Hello, my name is Fue Vang. I am a first-generation, cis-male, bi-lingual, Hmong-American. I would like to first off applaud your strength, courage, and resilience that brought you here. I currently hold a Master’s Degree in Clinical Counseling with an emphasis on Substance Use Disorders. I am licensed as a Drug and Alcohol Counselor with the board of behavioral health and working towards my LPCC. I have worked in the mental health field for over 12 years. Over these past 12 years, I have gained experience working with (but not limited to); individuals that struggle with depression, trauma, SPMI, anxiety, family conflict, grief, abuse, difficulty with adjustments, substance use disorders, and societal conflicts.
My approach to therapy is an eclectic approach. This approach is an integrative approach that adapts to you and your specific needs. I utilize different techniques from different modalities of therapy and these include but are not limited to; strength-based therapy, person-centered therapy, a solutions-focused brief therapy, cognitive behavioral therapy, narrative therapy, mindfulness, multicultural responsiveness, and humanistic therapy.
Over the years, I have learned is that every individual is unique and special in his/her own way. My goals are to create a safe environment where you can reflect, be yourself, be open, be heard, be understood, and create a therapeutic partnership. Healing can be an incredibly difficult but sacred journey, and I thank you and am honored for the opportunity to be alongside you.