I got to speak with Dr. Anna Huang, PhD, Dr. Martin Hsia, PsyD, and Dr. Joseph Lee, MD about the everyday reality of being a mental health care provider. We debated what the best kind of doctor is, and discussed some of the challenges and rewards of being a therapist.
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Dr. Anna Huang, PhD. is a licensed psychologist with doctoral and master’s degrees in Clinical Psychology from Rosemead School of Psychology, Biola University (APA accredited). She provides individual and couples therapy to adults and is certified to conduct pre-marital and couples therapy with the Prepare and Enrich program.
Dr. Martin Hsia, PsyD. is a Psychologist and the Clinical Director at the Cognitive Behavior Therapy Center of Southern California (CBT SoCal). His specialties are helping people with OCD, Anxiety Disorders, and Insomnia. Dr. Hsia has a doctorate of Clinical Psychology from Fuller Graduate School of Psychology, a M.A. in Christian Leadership from Fuller Graduate School of Theology, and a B.A. in psychology and Spanish from Tufts University.
Dr. Joseph Lee, MD., is a Psychiatrist in private practice in Redondo Beach, California. He is also an educator in social and emotional learning (SEL) and provides individual and group supervision to licensed therapists looking to add mental healthiness and SEL principles to their own practices. Dr. Lee has a medical doctorate from University Of California, Los Angeles, School Of Medicine.
Links and Resources:
- Dr. Huang’s personal website
- CIFT Counseling (Dr. Huang practices here)
- Acacia Irvine (and here!)
- Cognitive Behavior Therapy of Southern California (Dr. Hsia’s practice website)
- Dr. Lee’s personal and practice website
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