Yejin Yoo, MFA, MPS, ATR-BC, LCAT (she/her) is an artist, licensed creative arts therapist and Reiki master. Her practice is informed by body-centered psychotherapy, Internal Family Systems (IFS), and trauma-informed somatic modalities. Yejin approaches her work from a psycho-emotional and holistic lens, integrating art making, vocal tuning, and sensory resonance into her practice. She finds deep meaning connecting with individuals from multicultural backgrounds tuning into inner guidance. With cultural sensitivity, Yejin holds space for processing intergenerational and/or religious trauma, and integrating spiritual emergency. Yejin’s primary focus is working with BIPOC individuals, and offers sliding scale rates to historically underserved communities seeking mental health services.
Yejin is a graduate of the School of Visual Arts Art Therapy masters program. Her person-centered practice has led her to facilitate numerous groups for survivors of gender-based violence that incorporate art making, Reiki, movement and sound. Yejin has worked with the Asian American Federation, the Creative Arts Therapies Summit, as well as at VillageCare, Womankind (formally known as New York Asian Women’s Center), the Bronx Community Charter School, the Solomon Guggenheim Museum, Four Winds Hospital, and the Coler-Goldwater Specialty Hospital and Nursing Facility.
She is fluent in English and Korean.
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