Ming enters the counseling profession in a mid-life career change and with a conviction that we author our own life. Ming joins with medical students in their journey and works with them to help them remove obstacles to wellness and growth. Ming draws on existential and here-and-now approaches to guide students in exploring their strengths, hopes and dreams, values, difficulties, thoughts, emotions, and interpersonal relationships. She supports them in identifying directions, making decisions, and finding a way forward.
Ming came to the United States as an international student from China over 20 years ago. Since then, she has worked in professional training and development and executive search, with a brief stint in between in financial services. Her personal and professional experiences provide her with a desire and an ability to connect and empathize with people as fellow humans beings.
Ming is currently working toward her Master’s degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling while working as an intern at Counseling Associates.
Master of Science, Clinical Mental Health Counseling (expected)
Plymouth State University, Plymouth, New Hampshire
Master of Education, Human Resource and Organizational Development
University of Georgia, Athens, Georgia
Bachelor of Arts, Business
Guangdong University of Foreign Studies, Guangzhou, China