Ph.D., Counseling Psychology, University of Florida
M.A., Psychology, Yonsei University, South Korea
B.A., Psychology, Yonsei University, South Korea
My primary research interest lies in examining stress and resilience, with an emphasis on exploring the feasibility and effectiveness of wellness-promoting interventions. Specifically, I research personal factors (e.g., perfectionism) that precipitate stress-proneness, and ways to enhance optimal functioning through mindfulness-based interventions. I draw attention to whether cultivating mindfulness increase eudaimonic well-being and am interested in the meaning-making process as a mechanism through which well-being is built and experienced. I frequently use online modalities for interventions.
CEP 548: Coaching for Wellness and Physiological Integration