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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 Mandarin Chinese is your native language and you feel most comfortable expressing yourself in that language, you should seek therapy from a bilingual therapist or a Mandarin Chinese-speaking therapist. Whether you are located in downtown White Plains, the suburbs of White Plains, other nearby places such as Mount Vernon, Stamford, or anywhere else in New York, 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 Mandarin Chinese-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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process your feelings, thoughts and experiences in a non-judgmental and safe environment; and to work towards making positive change, building greater resilience and life satisfaction.

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My therapeutic style is person-centered and collaborative, with emphasis on compassion, respect and empowerment. I provide culturally sensitive and inclusive care to clients from all backgrounds.

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  • Anxiety
  • Coping Skills
  • Depression
  • East Asian Cultural Issues
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Whatever your struggle is, it's worth talking about. My goal is to come up with treatment that feels right to you, ultimately hoping that together we can alleviate some of the pain, anxiety, or stress that you are experiencing.

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I am a thoughtful, patient therapist, who strives to meet my clients where they are. I understand that every client is unique in their therapeutic needs, so I utilize a variety of techniques that will benefit each individual client.

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  • Racial Justice
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Together, we will explore effective anxiety management strategies, navigate complex relationship dynamics with insight, cultivate deeper intimacy through communication, process past traumas with empathy, and foster personal growth and resilience.

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Something to know about as an anxiety therapist and certified sex addiction therapist, my primary focus is working with those who struggle with anxiety, relationships, intimacy, and avoidant behaviors and issues related to adult or childhood trauma.

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Kristie Tse
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set clear goals for what you want to achieve in therapy and create a plan to help you get there. I'll be monitoring your progress throughout treatment, and adapt the approach as needed to ensure you are getting the most out of the therapy.


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set clear goals for what you want to achieve in therapy and create a plan to help you get there. I'll be monitoring your progress throughout treatment, and adapt the approach as needed to ensure you are getting the most out of the therapy.

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I'm focused on helping you understand your thoughts and feelings, and how they may be impacting your behavior in ways that you might not have realized.

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Kwan-Ting Andy Kong
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Practice compassionate curiosity and authenticity to themselves, validating their emotions, understand and uncover motivations and beliefs that are barriers to health, and building affirming thoughts and beliefs toward their sense of self.


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Practice compassionate curiosity and authenticity to themselves, validating their emotions, understand and uncover motivations and beliefs that are barriers to health, and building affirming thoughts and beliefs toward their sense of self.

Something to know about my approach is:

That I ask thoughtful exploratory questions, have energetic, thoughtful and nuanced discussions about what matters the most to you. I draw from mindfulness, CBT, and parts work, which includes a focus on the present while being informed by our past.

FOCUS AREAS:
  • Anxiety Disorders
  • Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)
  • Bipolar Disorder
  • Depression
  • East Asian Cultural Issues
  • Faith and Spirituality
  • Family of Origin
  • Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD)
  • Pornography
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