Kit Tang, AMFT
I am Kit Tang, an associate marriage and family therapist supervised by Sunita Roychoudhury. I earned my B.A. in psychology from UC Davis and my M.A. in counseling psychology from Golden Gate University. I completed my internship at Youth Service Bureau and previously worked at UCSF Department of Psychiatry. I provide culturally sensitive therapy to clients coming from diverse backgrounds.
How I Help:
I come from a culture where there is a strong stigma around seeking help for mental health. I understand the courage it takes to look for a therapist and show up to the first session. Stepping out of your comfort zone is not an easy step, but if you’re here, you are one step closer to getting in touch with your feelings. I am here to provide you support and help you to become the person that you want to be.
As a therapist, I will provide a safe space for you to talk about your feelings. We will work together so that you can process your negative emotions and develop coping skills to manage them. Every individual has a unique set of strengths. I want to help you to build on your strengths, better understand yourself, and improve your confidence. Therapy can help you to have a better relationship with yourself and your loved ones.
I specialized in treating anxiety, depression, trauma, stress, grief and loss, life transitions, self-esteem, racial identity, women’s issues, peer relationships, and school issues.
Types of Therapeutic Modalities I Utilize:
Cognitive and behavioral therapy (CBT)
Culturally sensitive therapy
English, Cantonese, and Mandarin