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A language barrier can make it impossible to communicate effectively, thwarting your therapy experience from the start. Good communication between you and your therapist is key to success in therapy.

If Korean is your native language and you feel most comfortable expressing yourself in that language, you should seek therapy from a bilingual therapist or a Korean-speaking therapist. Wherever you are located in Arizona from Apache Junction to Yuma or even Maricopa, or anywhere else nearby, Mental Health Match can help you easily find an experienced therapist or counselor who best meets your needs.

Ways a Language Barrier Can Hinder Therapy

Here are several ways that a language barrier can decrease the effectiveness of therapy and counseling:

  • It can cause a misdiagnosis based on an insufficient understanding of your symptoms.
  • Your therapist may misunderstand statements or cultural factors important to your health.
  • Without good communication, you may not fully understand the therapist’s treatment plan.

Due to the above reasons, it’s in your best interest to see a therapist who speaks your native language. We also encourage you to read licensed therapist Meredith Walker’s article to learn about additional things to consider when choosing a therapist.

See a Therapist Who Speaks Your Native Language Today!

Licensed Korean-speaking therapists are available to get to know you, pinpoint your issues, and create a plan to get you on track toward a happier life. With Mental Health Match, finding a qualified bilingual therapist is easy! Start by browsing experts below or by using our free therapist matching tool.

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Danielle Le Blanc
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Mental health issues such as anxiety, depression, grief, post-traumatic stress and addiction can be difficult and overwhelming to face alone. Support and guidance are often needed for healing.


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Mental health issues such as anxiety, depression, grief, post-traumatic stress and addiction can be difficult and overwhelming to face alone. Support and guidance are often needed for healing.

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Each person needs their own unique therapeutic experience, and I use a variety of evidence-based techniques tailored to meet those needs.

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  • Anxiety Disorders
  • Depression
  • grief
  • Stress Management
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Georgia Bichekas
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Explore how shame distorts thinking and contributes to life's difficulties; Identify faulty thinking and negative thought patterns that create Anxiety and Depression then go on to "rewire" the brain so they no longer interfere.


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Explore how shame distorts thinking and contributes to life's difficulties; Identify faulty thinking and negative thought patterns that create Anxiety and Depression then go on to "rewire" the brain so they no longer interfere.

Something to know about my approach is:

I practice a wholistic approach that considers: the role of diet and lifestyle in mental health symptoms; Human development and attachment; and the role of symptoms as self protection. I treat the whole person not just a diagnosis.

FOCUS AREAS:
  • Abuse
  • Chronic Fear
  • Depression
  • Functional Anxiety
  • Life Stress
  • Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
  • Shame
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Jen Nye
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Life can be challenging. The challenges can bring on feelings of loneliness and sadness, that may feel difficult to work through. I became a therapist to help people navigate through those challenges and heal.


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Life can be challenging. The challenges can bring on feelings of loneliness and sadness, that may feel difficult to work through. I became a therapist to help people navigate through those challenges and heal.

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I have experience working with victims of domestic violence, trauma, grief due loss of child or loved one, depression, anxiety along with a multitude of other behavioral health concerns.

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  • Adolescents
  • Anxiety
  • Depression
  • Domestic Violence
  • grief
  • Young Adults
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Aurelio Duarte-Encinas
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Make changes in thinking, daily routines and make use of tools based on nervous providing cognitive, mindfulness and somatic interventions helping clients improve their overall well-being.


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Make changes in thinking, daily routines and make use of tools based on nervous providing cognitive, mindfulness and somatic interventions helping clients improve their overall well-being.

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Like you, the last thing I want to do is spend an hour on a snoozefest yak session. I strive for you to find your experience as enjoyable as it is valuable. I provide a relaxed, accepting, non-judgemental and supportive platform to be heard.

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  • Adjusting
  • Anxiety
  • Anxiety Disorders
  • Career Transitions
  • Cultural Adjustment
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  • Fear of Failure
  • Financial Anxiety
  • Functional Anxiety
  • grief
  • Health Anxiety
  • Life Transitions
  • multicultural identity
  • New Job Transition
  • Peer Relationships
  • Self Esteem & Confidence Issues
  • Social Anxiety
  • Social Justice
  • Stress Management
  • Test/Performance Anxiety
  • Trauma Sensitive
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Brittani Antunes
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heal from your trauma. If you've been through something upsetting that continues to invade your mind we will stop the flashbacks, nightmares, and confusing emotions, leaving the past in the past. Big or small, if it bothers you, let's heal from it.


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heal from your trauma. If you've been through something upsetting that continues to invade your mind we will stop the flashbacks, nightmares, and confusing emotions, leaving the past in the past. Big or small, if it bothers you, let's heal from it.

Something to know about my approach is:

that I have learned that, with trauma, sometimes talking can only do so much. I fill your coping skills toolbox and then use EMDR and A.R.T. to 'rewire' the brain so that traumatic events don't keep popping in your mind and take over your emotions.

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  • Birth trauma
  • Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
  • Secondary Trauma
  • Trauma
  • Trauma EMDR
  • Vicarious Trauma
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