Yoshiko Hall, Psy.D.
I'm a licensed clinical psychologist with a decade of experience working with adults.
I practice from a culturally-responsive and inclusive foundation, and I have extensive experience working with patients from various cultural, racial/ethnic, spiritual and religious backgrounds. In particular, I feel passionate about serving the Asian population. As an Asian immigrant myself, I understand our unique cultural challenges such as identity issues and intergenerational conflicts, and how cultural trauma and stressors can play a role in our mental health.
I earned a B.A. in psychology from Biola University, an M.S. in applied educational psychology from Northeastern University, and a doctorate in clinical psychology from Wheaton College. I completed my docotral internship at Stony Brook University, and post-doctoral fellowship at Baylor University. For the past several years, I worked at university counseling centers as a coordinator of multicultural services to meet the needs of students from diverse backgrounds. I'm a member of Asian American Psychological Association, American Psychological Association, and Missouri Psychological Association.
If you're finding yourself in the midst of difficulties and feeling stuck, I hope you reach out to me. I would love to help you relieve your emotional suffering, develop healthy and meaningful relationships, and cultivate a more enriching life. I’m happy to provide a 30-minute free phone consultation to answer any questions you may have, and see if I’m the right person to be of help to you.