Joseph Chen

As a Chinese American who has been living in both cultures for decades, I’ve learned from personal experience the importance of seeing each individual and event from multiple narratives. Life is a book, a person being its author, though one may often find oneself losing touch with their inner “pen”. A therapist’s job is to help clients regain control of the pen and the flow of their stories, so they can become both its author and its editor. More importantly, you need not walk alone in your story, as family, friends, and colleagues are all part of the plot, perhaps even this therapist could walk a few pages with you, until you finish one of many chapters in your life.


  • Adults
  • Children
  • Adolescents
  • Families


Credentials: MA, Counseling Psychology

Insurance: Private Pay

Languages: Mandarin, English 

Practice Focus:

  •  Anxiety
  •  Depression
  • Trauma
  • Cultural Issues 
  • Self-Esteem 
  • Life Transitions
  • Stress
  • Career Concerns
  • LBTQ+
  • Communication/Relationships
  • Sexuality
  • Work/Life Balance
  • Parenting Concerns & Support
  • Identity Issues 

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