Christine Oh, M.S.Ed.
Christine Oh received her M.S.Ed. in Counseling and Mental Health Services from the University of Pennsylvania. She was born and raised in New York and has lived in Korea since 2018. Christine has worked in education supporting adolescents and young adults over the last ten years.
Christine graduated with an M.S. Ed. in Counseling and Mental Health Services from the University of Pennsylvania and BA in Psychology from Syracuse University. She especially enjoys working with young adults/students and minority populations to help them heal from the past, become more self-aware, and feel more empowered to make healthy decisions.
My therapy approach is integrated where I draw from different approaches especially cognitive behavioral therapy, psychodynamic therapy, and person-centered therapy. My goal as a therapist is to help clients overcome emotional and mental challenges and to advocate for clients to make healthy choices.
I can incorporate a holistic approach, mindfulness, and/or a spiritual approach upon client requests. I always bring in empathy, nonjudgment, and cultural sensitivity for a safe therapeutic environment.
- Adjustment Stress
- Anxiety / Panic Attacks
- Career Counseling
- Family Conflict
- Self Esteem
- Social Skills & Peer Relationships
- Seoul (Sinsa)
My hobbies include Korean skincare, watching true crime documentaries, and exploring different cities.
- BA: Syracuse University (Psychology)
- M.S: University of Pennsylvania (Ed Counseling and Mental Health Services)