Clinical Staff

Therapists & Practice Locations

All therapists are English speaking and sensitive to bi-cultural issues. A number of our staff are also bilingual in one or more Asian languages, including Mandarin, Cantonese, Taiwanese, Japanese, Korean, Indonesian, Cambodian and Vietnamese. We have staff members who also speak Spanish and Portuguese. Additionally, we have staff members who are former pastors and missionaries and have graduate degrees in theology or divinity.

Emi Bojan, LMFT  – Adults, children, cross-cultural adjustment, depression, anxiety & substance abuse. Alhambra and Cerritos offices. Japanese speaking.

Hanna Byeon, AMFT – Children, adolescents, individuals struggling with depression, anxiety, identity, faith, and/or relationship issues, premarital or marital couple therapy, families, ministry and pastoral care. Alhambra office. Korean speaking.

Joice Fong, LMFT – Adults, children, cross cultural and generation issues, depression, bipolar disorder, anxiety, schizophrenia disorder, PTSD, grief & loss, faith, relationship issue, stress management, support and care to families of the mentally ill.  Alhambra office. Mandarin and Cantonese speaking. 

Eva Fukumoto, LCSW – Children, adults, couples, pre-engagement, elderly, families, trauma, grief/loss, life transition, stress, parenting, mental illness (depression, anxiety, PTSD, postpartum, depression), pregnancy/childbirth, suicide survivors, nonviolent communication, domestic violence, child abuse. Cerritos office. Mandarin and Cantonese speaking.

Rhonda Gee, LCSW – Parenting, young adults in transition, depression, communication and conflict resolution skills, codependency issues, grief, pre-marital, EMDR trained for treatment of trauma. Alhambra office.

Caroline Han, LMFT – Individual, couples, premarital, families, children parent education, communication, conflict resolution, domestic violence, cross cultural and generational issues. Torrance office. Mandarin and Cantonese speaking.

Dan Jeung, AMFT  – Adults, adolescents, children, couples, families. Depression, anxiety, relationship stress, marital therapy. Family of origin and acculturation issues. Masculinity, identity and faith. Ministry and member care. Alhambra, Torrance and West LA offices.

Vicky Kwan, LCSW – Children, adolescents, young adults in transition, families, depression, anxiety & trauma. Alhambra office.  Cantonese speaking.

Amy Lee, LCSW – Children, adolescents, individual adults, couples and families, school related issues, eating disorders. Cerritos office. Limited Cantonese speaking.

Lili Liew, APCC – Adults, adolescents, families, couples(dating, premarital, married), PTSD, survivors of adverse childhood experiences(sexual, verbal, physical, neglect abuses), domestic violence, anxiety, depression, bipolar disorder, suicide, grief and loss, cross-cultural adjustment, interpersonal relational issues, chronic pain, chronic medical illness and/or disabilities. Alhambra office. Mandarin, Cantonese and Indonesian speaking.

Davy Lin, LMFT – Adults, couples, young-adults, depression, anxiety, faith/spiritual issues, cross-cultural adjustment, addictions, loss & grief, PTSD, adult children of alcoholics, ministry psychological assessments. Alhambra office. Spanish and Portuguese speaking.

Eun-hyey Lok, LMFT Care for ministry leaders and staff, spiritual issues, burn-out, self-care, cross-cultural issues, self-acceptance and integration, grief and loss, transitions, anxiety, depression, couples (dating, pre-marital, marital), adults, young adults. Certified in Restoration Therapy and Prepare/Enrich. Alhambra office. Korean speaking. 

Jenny Lu, LCSW – Couples (dating, premarital, married), parenting, families, children, loss & grief. Alhambra office. Limited Cantonese and Mandarin speaking.

Irene Luu, MHCRN, LMFT – Individuals and families suffering from long term mental illness, phase of life issues related to inter-generational and cross-cultural issues in restoring lives and relationships. Alhambra,Cerritos and Torrance offices. Cantonese, Mandarin and limited Vietnamese speaking.

Samantha Maeda, LCSW  – Young adults, adults, trauma, stress management, cross-cultural issues. Torrance office. Khmer (Cambodian) speaking.

Micheal Mikulski, LMFT – Adults, adolescents, couples, families. Alhambra and Cerritos offices. Spanish speaking.

Carol Miyake, LCSW – Adults, couples, young adults, adult children of alcoholics, identity issues, cross cultural & generational issues, pastoral & missionary care, depression & relational issues, ministry psychological assessments. Alhambra office.

Rie Honda Mizuki, Ph.D, Licensed Psychologist – Individuals, couples, parenting issues, relationship issues, depression, ministry psychological assessments, counseling for missionaries and pastors. Cerritos, and Torrance offices. Japanese speaking.

Stephanie Nakayama, LMFT – Children, families, couples, premarital, parenting, survivors of childhood abuse, depression, anxiety, self-esteem issues, boundary & co-dependency issues, ADHD & Autism Spectrum Disorder. Torrance office.

Joseph Ozawa, Ph.D. Licensed Psychologist – Adults, young adults, families, cross cultural issues, pastoral & missionary care, stress & trauma recovery, domestic problems (violence, substance abuse, etc), medical-psychological healthcare integration and mental disorders; including mood disorders, chronic anxiety, autism/Asperger’s and eating disorders, ministry psychological assessments. Alhambra office. Limited Japanese speaking.

Jane Shintaku, LMFT – Adults, young adults, couples, anxiety, stress management, depression, singleness, transitions, identity & relationship issues, boundary issues. Cerritos and Torrance offices.

Hyun Kyung (Carol) Sim, AMFT – Children, adolescents, adults, pre-marital, marital issues, pastoral and missionary care, spiritual issues, families, and trauma.  Cerritos and Torrance offices. Korean speaking.

Jean Un, LCSWAdults, young adults, couples, communication, affairs, grief & loss, suicide, depression, anxiety, bipolar disorders, psychotic disorders, support & care of families of the mentally ill and other chronic illnesses, family of origin issues, cross cultural issues, pastoral and missionary care, and domestic violence.  Cerritos office. Korean speaking.

Iris Wong, LMFT– Self awareness & self growth, relationship issue, parent-child issue, family & marital therapy, emotion management, stress management, Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, counseling for clergy and their families.  Alhambra office.  Mandarin and Cantonese speaking.

Timothy Wong, Ph.D, Licensed Psychologist  ministry psychological assessments. West LA office

Ken Yabuki, LMFT – Depression, anxiety, couples, PTSD, spiritual issues, grief, adolescent boys. Alhambra office. Japanese speaking.

Ryan Yamamoto, AMFT – Child, adolescent, and college/young adult counseling specifically in school-related content, college and post-college transitional life and how faith is integrated into these important life-stages.  Alhambra,  Cerritos  & Torrance offices.   

Ru-Ting(Emily) Yang, AMFT – Children, adolescent, adults and families therapy, issues related to family of origin, acculturation issues, depression, anxiety, trauma. Cerritos office. Mandarin Speaking.

Qualifications

Our multidisciplinary clinical staff consists of Licensed Psychologists, Licensed Clinical Social Workers (LCSW), Licensed Marriage Family Therapists (LMFT), Associate SW, Associate MFT, Associate PCC and MFT Trainees. While the specific training of each staff member varies with their particular discipline and work experience, all of our clinical staff have at least a masters degree in their profession except for trainees.

Licensed Psychologists have completed four or more years of graduate studies culminating in the doctoral degree, as well as both pre- and post- doctoral clinical training experience. Psychologists must have passed a licensing exam consisting of a written examination and are required to complete a minimum number of continuing education hours to maintain their license.

Licensed Clinical Social Workers (LCSW) have completed a minimum of two years of graduate training to receive the Master of Social Work degree and are required to complete a minimum number of pre- and post- graduate clinical training hours. LCSW’s must pass a licensing exam and are required to complete a minimum number of continuing education hours to maintain their licenses.

Licensed Marriage Family Therapists (LMFT) must have completed a minimum of two years of graduate studies culminating in the Master’s degree, as well as a minimum number of pre- and post-graduate clinical training hours. MFT’s must pass a licensing exam and are required to complete a minimum number of continuing education hours to maintain their licenses.

Associates:
ACSW – Registered Associate Clinical Social Worker
AMFT – Registered Associate Marriage and Family Therapist
APCC – Registered Associate Professional Clinical Counselor
are post-graduate therapists who are completing their hours prior to taking the licensure exam. They are registered with the Board of Behavioral Science Examiners (California), and have had a minimum of 1-2 years of clinical experience prior to joining the staff of AACCS. They are supervised by an AACCS licensed therapists.

Marriage and Family Therapist Trainess(MFT Trainees) are MFT students who are completing their graduate studies and accumulating clinical training experience prior to graduation. All of our trainees are closely supervised by a licensed therapist, and are required to simultaneously be in clinical training at a site approved by their graduate training program.

Master in Social Work Student Intern(MSW Intern) are enrolled in an appropriate graduate studies and accumulating clinical and social work experience prior to graduation. These interns are closely supervised by Licensed Clinical Social Workers, involving in clinical training at a site approved by their graduate training program.