June grew up with a single mom and a special needs brother and later experienced her mother’s unexpected death. Because of her own history, she understands that life can throw hardships we struggle to battle on our own without support. June’s therapeutic approach is strength-based and she believes in a holistic treatment model by addressing her clients’ bio-social-psycho-spiritual needs. June earned her MA in Special Education in Michigan and later completed her MS degree in Family Therapy at Fuller Seminary. She has had many opportunities working with families from a broad array of backgrounds for 20 years as an educator. She is dual-certified as a Special Education Teacher Consultant and a Licensed Associate Marriage and Family Therapist in the state of Arizona.

June’s specialties include depression, codependency, family of origin wounds, childhood attachment issues, identity and image, self-esteem, boundary in marriage, parenting skills, resilience development, immigrant & cultural challenges. June’s passion is to come alongside individuals and families towards restoring wellbeing and building healthy relationships in life journey. June also has a “special heart” for single parents, family with special needs children, and caregivers seeking strength towards on-going caregiving responsibilities for their love ones. As an immigrant from Taiwan raising children in the United States, June is fluent in Taiwanese, Mandarin, and English. June also has profound knowledge in providing therapy for individuals, couples, and families facing challenges in multi-cultural and multi-generational issues.