Wen Zhang, Intern
Wen Zhang (he/him) works with individual adults and adolescents. Wen employs a person-centered and trauma-informed approach to work with clients. He believes the therapeutic relationship is rooted in authenticity, heightened awareness, and collaboration.
Wen is pursuing a master’s degree in mental health counseling from the University of Pennsylvania. He has also been working with individuals (adults, adolescents, and children) and families on trauma, anxiety, depression, and life transitions at Georgia Hope, a community-based mental health service. Before switching to the mental health counseling field, Wen worked in data analytics for 5 years. The pandemic experience prompted him to reevaluate his career aspirations, leading him to counseling.
Wen is interested in applying ACT, CBT, and existential techniques, or co-creating techniques best-fit to each client. As a 1st-generation Asian immigrant, Wen places a significant emphasis on incorporating a multicultural perspective, understanding the influence of societal systems and cultural nuances on the client's mental well-being.
Wen is currently working toward his M.S.Ed in mental health counseling degree and is interning under the supervision of Terri Abraham.
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