Dr. Amy King
A professional guide for your journey towards psychological wellness
Dr. Amy King is a licensed psychologist who specializes in insight-oriented therapy. Symptoms such as panic attacks, depression, or anxiety are often outward signs of a deeper struggle. Coping skills and behavioral strategies are helpful, and sometimes necessary, first steps in managing symptoms. But for those seeking lasting change, clear understanding of the root problem paves the way for effective and powerful interventions that brings deep healing, not just symptom management. If you are tired of fighting the same fight, and if you are ready for productive and energizing change, I’m here for you. Let’s get started!
As a second-generation Asian-American and among the first in my family to attend college, I learned a lot about forging new paths and negotiating conflicting values and identities. Decisions (ours and others), opportunities, and natural limitations influence us everyday – figuring out how to navigate these issues would have been exponentially harder if I didn’t have teachers, mentors, and friends who encouraged me and walked with me. Being a psychologist allows me to integrate my lived experiences with formal training to help my clients live meaningful lives.
Early on in my career, I committed to working with a wide variety of mental health issues because I believe it is critical for an aspiring psychologist to see and understand the spectrum of human experience. I worked in the county jail system, community mental health centers, university counseling centers, hospital emergency rooms, psychiatric inpatient units, day treatment programs, and group practices.
I learned how to effectively help individuals and families all along the spectrum: some in the midst of acute crises (e.g., suicidal thoughts, self-destructive behaviors) and others had endured significant hardships so we worked on making meaning out of suffering and improving their quality of life.
Elaine L. Cameron, Psy.D
Dr. Elaine Cameron is a second-generation Asian-American, Clinical Psychologist, and full-time staff psychologist within the Veterans Administration (VA). Dr. Cameron artfully combines her lived experience as a second-generation immigrant with her expertise as a clinical psychologist. She understands the challenges that can come with living between cultures, feeling invisible, overt and covert racism, and complex emotions like guilt. In her work within the VA, Dr. Cameron has dedicated herself to helping those who experience significant barriers to seeking and receiving quality mental health care. She utilizes evidence-based and informed approaches to heal trauma, shame, anxiety, depression, and hopelessness. She is especially skilled in helping with complex issues that arise when trauma is triggered by life transitions.
Michelle Suh, B.A., MDiv
Michelle is a bilingual (English/Korean) doctoral level student therapist from the University of Denver. She served as a chaplain in several hospitals working with patients and families in palliative care, cancer treatment, and a variety of medical conditions. She has experience working with military populations and young adults around identity formation and life transitions. Michelle’s work has been grounded in grief and loss, meaning-making, and interpersonal/intrapersonal dynamics.
Michelle is especially interested in working with clients of various cultural backgrounds and those experiencing depression and anxiety related to cultural and religious trauma, intergenerational conflict, and identity conflict.
Michelle offers reduced rate services and is supervised by Dr. King. As we all work together, you can be confident you are receiving excellent mental health care. Contact us now to learn more about working with Michelle.