Sharon B. Uy, LMFT, MA
Sharon B. Uy
LMFT, MA
Sharon B. Uy, LMFT, MA

Sharon B. Uy

LMFT, MA

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General Information
Online & In-Person Sessions
Female
Asian or East Indian, Native Hawaiian or Pacific Islander

Bio

I believe in our inherent ability as spiritual and human beings to recognize and access our true nature as one of peace. That’s not to say that shit doesn’t occasionally (if not more often) hit the proverbial fan, but there can be comfort in knowing that underneath all that, our true nature continues to be. I also believe that through mindfully moving the body and the process of creating intuitive art, as well as, alternatively, through observing what happens (or wants to happen) in stillness and silence, we have a greater chance of living more from that place of peace. (But if you want to just talk, we can do that, too.) There’s no need for “fixing” – you’re simply learning how to use the tools you already have to live the kind of life you want.

I’m a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist with an emphasis in Clinical Art Therapy, am certified in Level-1 Sensorimotor Psychotherapy, and have completed two 200-hour yoga teacher and meditation trainings. Through all of the populations I’ve had the honor of working with (including adults with severe mental disorders, children with learning disabilities, adolescents in the juvenile justice system, those in recovery, and through deployments to areas affected by natural disasters), I’ve found that an integral part of healing is simply connection – through laughter, story, and presence. It is my hope that we can connect more of these moments with ourselves, between each other, and out towards the whole of our local and global community.

I’m available for in-person, Skype, and text sessions. You can learn more at www.sharonuy.com.

Areas of Expertise
  • Coping with Life Transitions
  • Cultural Issues & Trauma
  • Spiritual Struggles
Additional Specialties
  • Addictions
  • Anxiety and Stress
  • Depression
  • Trauma
Treatment Approaches
  • Art Therapy
  • Body-Oriented Psychotherapy
  • Mind-Body & Holistic Healing
  • Spiritual Psychology

E-counseling.com verifies the therapist information at the time the therapist is initially listed in the directory. If you find any of the information to be inaccurate in any way, please tell us by emailing: staff@e-counseling.com. We recommend that you contact the provider listed below directly to verify any information that may be of interest to you. This information is subject to change at any time and we take no responsibility for its accuracy.

I believe in our inherent ability as spiritual and human beings to recognize and access our true nature as one of peace. That’s not to say that shit doesn’t occasionally (if not more often) hit the proverbial fan, but there can be comfort in knowing that underneath all that, our true nature continues to be. I also believe that through mindfully moving the body and the process of creating intuitive art, as well as, alternatively, through observing what happens (or wants to happen) in stillness and silence, we have a greater chance of living more from that place of peace. (But if you want to just talk, we can do that, too.) There’s no need for “fixing” – you’re simply learning how to use the tools you already have to live the kind of life you want.

I’m a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist with an emphasis in Clinical Art Therapy, am certified in Level-1 Sensorimotor Psychotherapy, and have completed two 200-hour yoga teacher and meditation trainings. Through all of the populations I’ve had the honor of working with (including adults with severe mental disorders, children with learning disabilities, adolescents in the juvenile justice system, those in recovery, and through deployments to areas affected by natural disasters), I’ve found that an integral part of healing is simply connection – through laughter, story, and presence. It is my hope that we can connect more of these moments with ourselves, between each other, and out towards the whole of our local and global community.

I’m available for in-person, Skype, and text sessions. You can learn more at www.sharonuy.com.

Qualifications
License Number: 113109
Type: LMFT
State: California
Experience:
5 years

Languages:
English
  • sharon.b.uy@gmail.com
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