YIGE “EAGER” CHEN, LPC-INTERN

Licensed Professional Counselor Intern
Under Supervision of Beth Harp, LPC-S
Currently completing EMDR training

 
Eager Counseling

Specialties:

PTSD & Complex Trauma
Mind Body Connection
Cross Cultural Relationships
Couples Counseling
Anxiety & Depression

*Speaks English & Mandarin

$75 per 50 minutes session for individual, $100 per 90 minutes session for couples

Out of pocket payment. Saturday appointments available.

Yige completed her Master of Education in Professional Counseling from Oklahoma City University. Yige has a background in working with adolescent and adult survivors of trauma. Yige also has experience working on relationship enrichment with interracial couples.

Yige is passionate about working with adults going through challenging life experiences such as sexual trauma, emotional abuse, depression, anxiety, relationship difficulties, and attachment issues. Yige is an Internal Family Systems and Gestalt therapy trained counselor who believes in creating a safe, relational space to foster connection with clients. She uses mind-body approaches, incorporating body movement and other treatment modalities with goals of facilitating wholehearted growth. Yige utilizes Internal Family Systems, an evidenced based approach, to help people heal wounds from trauma.  

With an open mind, Yige creates a sense of warmth and compassion in her sessions. Yige believes in the following teaching she received from a supervisor: “contact over time creates connection, connection over time creates relationship, and relationship over time creates intimacy.” She strongly believes that through an authentic, compassionate connection individuals can resolve and heal relational wounds. Yige provides bilingual therapy services with Chinese (Mandarin) and English.

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