Reankos Counseling Center ｜ Self-Acceptance -The first step toward change.
Taiwan Licensed Counseling Psychologist #000873
Doctor of Psychology (PsyD) in Clinical Psychology, AIU CSPP, CA, USA
M.S. in Clinical Psychology, AIU CSPP, CA, USA
M.S. in Education, Old Dominion University, VA, USA
Adjunct Assistant Professor, Tunghai University
Adjunct Assistant Professor, Tamkang University
Clinical Supervisor, Taipei City Government Community Mental Health Center
Licensed Counseling Psychologist, Tamkang University Counseling Center
Licensed Counseling Psychologist, National Taipei University Counseling Center
Dr. Carol Lan received her PsyD Degree of Clinical Psychology from AIU, CSPP. She is currently serving as Adjunct Assistant Professor in Tunghai University; counseling psychologist at Tamkang University and National Taipei University. Her work experience includes serving as an individual/group psychologist to clients with psychosis/emotional stress, drug abuse and clients with various issues of self-growth. Her counseling specialties include psychological/emotional stress, self accomplishment, interpersonal relationships, self-confidence and inferiority, and issues of gender relationship.
1. Emotional distress and adaptation related disorders
Nuisance in everyday life could result in emotional burden, sometimes leading to adaptation disorders. Having in-depth conversations helps you figure out the source of emotional distress and find solutions. I also offer professional counseling services for clients who are troubled by more severe mental issues and their family members, helping them get through the toughest time.
2. Sense of inferiority, self-worth, and self-exploration of identity related issues
Self-worth is an evaluative idea in our self-belief. Therefore, a deep-rooted sense of inferiority is a question about self-worth. Since our thoughts guide our behavior, re-establishing self-belief and value through a process of exploration together with a professional is the best way to combat sense of inferiority.
3. Cross-cultural adaptation
As members of the global community, we might leave our homeland to pursue our dreams at some point in life. When we face cross-cultural impacts, many of our beliefs are challenged, and many difficulties need to be resolved. Cross-cultural issues can be examined in detail through professional counseling.
4. Interpersonal and relationship issues
Interpersonal relationships exist in various areas of our lives, including those with our family, friends, intimate partners, colleagues and so on. All these relationships play a role on our emotions. Parenting principles from our family of orientation as well as experience we obtained while growing up all shape our current model for getting along with people. Through professional counseling, we get to understand our interpersonal model, gain insight into what we are like in relationships, truly accept our own thoughts, and establish more reasonable interpersonal boundaries in order to enjoy richer and more wholesome interpersonal and intimate relationships.