The most recent wave of cognitive behavioral psychotherapy embraced the mindfulness from Buddhism. Neuroscientists have found that there are emotional and cognitive benefits of applying mindfulness in psychotherapy, education, and everyday settings. During years of my psychology and Buddhism practices, I found that the modern psychology provides numerous tools that are scientifically approved, and Buddhism provides theoretical frameworks of psychological pain and healing. I believed that using them together help me to become more efficient, proficient, and flexible with my clients. I offer traditional Psychotherapy, Mindful-life Consultation, and Behavioral Consultation.
Individual, Couple, Family, and Group Therapy
Lifestyle, Parenting, Relationship, and Self-Exploration
Parent and Teacher Consultation
Namhee Stokvis Psy.D
Qualification: NYS Licensed Psychologist (02735-01)
NJS Licensed Psychologist (#6858)
NJS Certified School Psychologist (1027885)
Education: Rutgers University, Psy.D.
Rutgers University, Psy.M.
The City College of New York, M.A.
The Catholic University of Korea, B.A.
Therapeutic Orientation: Integrative.
Therapeutic Methods: Psychoanalytic/dynamic, Cognitive (CBT), Dialectical(DBT), Behavioral, Structuralism, Mindfulness-based, Manual-based, and Humanitarian Approaches.
Language: English and Korean.