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Katherine Jo, M.A.

Psychological Associate | PSB 94026810
(Currently not accepting new clients.)

Katherine is a BIPOC therapist with training and experience in working with clients from diverse backgrounds with regard to age, identity, sexual orientation, and socioeconomic status. She practices from a relational psychodynamic model with an emphasis on attachment, interpersonal-relational theory, and the experiential-affective component to understand her clients. She is especially interested in working with multicultural children and emerging adults with concerns around neurodiversity, identity formation, advocacy, and outreach. Her research experience focuses on understanding the intersection of multiculturalism, resilience factors, and coping skills within marginalized populations. 

Katherine earned her Master's in Clinical Psychology from APA-Accredited Fuller Graduate School of Psychology and is a Psy.D. doctoral student at the same institution. She is registered with the Board of Psychology in California as a Psychological Associate (PSB 94026810) and is working under the direct supervision of Dr. Jennifer Lee-Dick (PSY 29250).  Katherine has worked in a variety of mental health settings serving diverse populations in English and Korean, such as community mental health, intensive outpatient, university counseling center, and private practice. She also has assessment experience administering neuropsychological evaluations in private practice and intensive outpatient settings.

Pink Blossom


  • Anxiety Disorders 

  • ADHD

  • Autism Spectrum Disorder

  • Behavioral Problems 

  • College Students/Emerging Adults

  • BIPOC (Racial Stress and Trauma)

  • Depression 

  • Identity (Gender, Race, Culture, Sexuality)


  • Learning Disabilities/Differences 

  • Life Adjustment/Transitions


  • Individual Therapy

  • Group Therapy

  • Family Therapy

  • Psychological Assessment

  • Consultation & Training

Our world is an interpersonal space where all of us are linked to one another through shared experiences. Katherine's multicultural background heavily emphasizes the importance of community. As such, she focuses on how key relationships impact and shape each client. By identifying cyclical maladaptive patterns in relationships, she is able to work with clients to understand the why of their behaviors and to work towards gaining self-understanding and caring for your psychological well-being. Her goal is to develop an authentic and secure relationship where the client is able to pursue wholeness, authenticity, and healing in an environment that places holistic and multifactorial development at the center of the therapeutic process. She is passionate about fostering a culturally sensitive space for clients. Currently, she works with clients of all ages through individual, group, and family therapy and provides assessment services with a focus on ADHD, ASD, and learning disabilities/differences.

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