Change Is Possible
All of us go through difficult periods and face the challenge of standing alone at times. Many times, we feel trapped, without options, and feel that nothing can be changed. We passively accept lives that are dragged down by problems as inescapable fate. However, life is too precious for mere existence.
I believe in growth and change.
In order to bring healing and growth, I seek to provide a safe and supportive environment for a therapeutic relationship of trust and respect. I am committed to working through difficult issues with you with genuine concern and compassion.
Dr. Kyung So, Licensed Clinical Psychologist
Education & Credentials
Ph.D. Clinical Psychology, Loma Linda University
Master of Arts, Experimental Psychology, Loma Linda University
Master of Science, Marriage and Family Therapy, Loma Linda University
Licensed Clinical Psychologist, State of California, PSY 20313
Certified Facilitator for Domestic Violence
Certified Evaluator for child custody and divorce mediation
Professional Columnist for Korea Times
Loma Linda University Medical Center and LLUMC Community Medical Center (Neuropsychology dept.)
San Bernardino County Department of Behavioral Health Upland Community Counseling Center
Loma Linda University Marriage and Family Clinic
Riverside Family Service Association
Loma Linda University Rehabilitation Center Day Treatment center
Loma Linda University Medical Center Chaplin Services
Online & Tele-therapy Services
To heal unresolved wounds from childhood, achieve a greater sense of awareness and self-esteem, reduce troubling symptoms of anxiety and depression, address addiction, obsessive compulsive disorder, improve relationships, break unhealthy patterns, and utilize resources for change.
Couples & Family
Helping couples with communication problems, marital discord, loss of romance from infidelity, sexual and intimacy difficulties, and step-family adjustment
Helping Families to deal with parenting issues, reduce conflict with adolescents, divorce and custody issues, abusive relationship, and develop more mutually satisfying and caring relationships.
Issues depression, anxiety, self-esteem, recovering from a history of abuse, addiction, drug-use, obsessive compulsive disorder, truancy, defiance, social/cultural maladjustment, school performance, and friendship.
Presentations, Seminars & Workshops
Clinical Supervision & consultation