Karen K. Yeh, Psy.D.
Karen K. Yeh, Psy.D., is co-founder and Director of Training at the Feeling Good Therapy & Training Center of Fremont. Dr. Yeh is a clinical psychologist specializing in working with patients who have the ability to make choices and learn self-help skills based in cognitive behavioral therapy. More simply put, if a person really wants to feel better, she can help make it happen.
Dr. Yeh works with individuals, couples, and families. She started out in 2003 working exclusively with children, teens and their parents. Since 2005, she has treated adult individuals as well. Her skills address mood problems like feeling depressed, lonely, or hopeless, or feeling anxious or stressed. Her relationship work includes problems between peers at work or in school, between parents and kids, between spouses or partners, or just problems relating to other people or situations. Her work is tailored to the individual, rather than to the diagnosis, and her approach is based on the idea that how people think affects how they feel. Her goals are to facilitate, teach, and equip her patients with the tools to deal with their problems.
Karen K. Yeh, Psy.D., is a certified trainer of TEAM-CBT (level 4), a model of therapy developed by David Burns, M.D., of the Stanford University School of Medicine and author of bestselling books, including Feeling Good: The New Mood Therapy. Dr. Yeh is a graduate of MIT, and earned graduate degrees from the Harvard Graduate School of Education and the California School of Professional Psychology. As a Christian, she supports local churches and pastors with referrals and expertise. She is bilingual in English and Mandarin.
ADHD, Anger Management, Anxiety, Bipolar Disorder, Child, Depression, Family, Marriage, Parenting, Teen
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Type of license：Licensed
License Number：CA PSY18928
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Language Spoken：English, Mandarin
Address：39210 State Street, Fremont, California 94538, USA