Junghwa Kang, m.A., M.Ed.
Junghwa Kang, M.A., M.Ed. is a fourth-year PsyD student at the University of Indianapolis who provides individual therapy for adults and adolescents. Her clinical interests include anxiety, depression, trauma, family dynamics, interpersonal relationship concerns, academic or workplace issues, substance use, emotion regulation, identity development, individual and cultural diversity, self-compassion, self-esteem, acculturation issues, and illness/pain/disability management.
Junghwa believes in everyone’s full potential to live a life they desire. She strives to build a genuine, supportive, and collaborative therapeutic alliance in a safe and welcoming space where her clients can explore ways to reach their goals. Taking an integrative approach informed by client-centered, cognitive-behavioral, and psychodynamic theories, she tailors interventions to the unique needs of each client. Individual and cultural diversity factors are highly respected and valued in her work.
In her free time, Junghwa enjoys traveling, trying out good food, being with family and friends, and watching thrillers and action movies.
Junghwa is supervised by Dr. Katherine Bolsen for therapy.