Andrew is a 5th year doctoral student in clinical psychology at the Institute for the Psychological Sciences at Divine Mercy University. He has worked with clients of diverse backgrounds and a wide range of presenting concerns. He is particularly passionate about working with young adult populations. Andrew adopts an integrative approach to therapy that includes cognitive-behavioral, interpersonal, and psychodynamic elements in a solution-focused manner to create individualized treatment plans based on the client’s personal goals. As a second-generation Korean American child of immigrants, he embraces cultural humility and integrates culturally informed practice into his therapeutic work. He sees therapy as a collaborative process that relies on a supportive therapeutic relationship to meet the client’s unique, individual needs. In his free time, Andrew enjoys rock climbing and playing tennis. He is also an avid Philly sports fan. Go Eagles, Flyers, Phillies, and Sixers!