Doctoral Candidate, Counseling Psychology, Indiana University Bloomington
M.S., Counseling Psychology, Indiana University Bloomington
Shu-Yi is interested in mindfulness, mood disorders, self-esteem issues, and social justice. He also enjoys working with international students, addressing the experiences of transitioning to another culture. In terms of research, he focuses on psychology of men and masculinities and cultural psychology.
Approach to Therapy
Shu-Yi’s approaches the counseling process from an integrative perspective, informed by strength-based principles, mindfulness, interpersonal-process theories, and cognitive-behavioral approaches.
Approach to Supervision
Shu-Yi’s approach to supervision mirrors his view on therapy. He believes in the necessity of a trusting relationship, upon which he utilizes techniques from constructivist and cognitive-behavioral theories to facilitate trainees’ professional growth.
Approach to Wellness
In his spare time, Shu-Yi enjoys exercising, watching movies of all kinds, hanging out with friends, and playing video games. He is also a big fan of SpongeBob SquarePants. Recently he has developed a love for Rick and Morty and BoJack Horseman.