Jenny isn’t built like many others. Born in Seoul, Korea, her family migrated to Northern Virginia when she was just seven years old. In her adult life, Jenny’s strong will and determination has gotten her through a severe depression, living in New York City during 9/11 as well as being diagnosed with breast cancer. She is a survivor who uses her experience to strengthen and help others as a psychotherapist.

Jenny is a marital and family therapist, life coach, and neurofeedback clinician. She’s been privileged to witness courage and vulnerability with full authenticity.  She has seen miracles in healing, forgiveness, hope, wisdom, and power of communication from the space she creates from her space. Jenny will never forget the day she was there to provide care for families during 9/11. It forever changed her and she holds those families near to her heart as it’s a reminder to Jenny, her purpose in life; and that is to help others.


What do you wake up thinking about?

Another day to rejoice in this day!  Each day counts for me after going through cancer treatment.  Also I am thirsty and hungry!


What's your morning ritual?

I have many rituals!  Love them! Bathroom first. Good morning to my boys and my husband! Getting all to start the day well.... school, work, sports, etc. I have my mouth guard out and cleaned, brush my teeth, make the bed, coffee after the green juice, supplements, food, etc. I am also blessed when I can start my day with yoga!


How does social media play into your daily life?

I know it is increasingly a powerful way in getting connected, informed, and I may want to look into blogs for my business.


Are we more connected or disconnected than before?

There is addictions in social media too.   I have some experiences in my profession in this increasing concerns in extreme forms.  In anything, moderation is the key for balance and freedom.


What is most important to you in life?

I hope I do not waste my life! It is important for me that people are connected and accepted as they are!  I do not want anyone to think they do not matter or that no one cares.  We all matter! We need more fun and play time!