Hello, I’m Eunice No!
Hello! My name is Eunice No, and I am a registered associate therapist (AMFT #129406). I have eight years of experience working with children and youths in various settings, from mental health programs to homes and schools. I completed my undergraduate degree at UCSD in Clinical Psychology and my Masters at Alliant International University in Marriage and Family Therapy.
I love to go to local dog parks and beaches with my dog. I also enjoy drawing, cooking, and trying out new restaurants and boba shops.
My goal as a therapist is to help my clients discover their inner voice, self-compassion, strength and empower them.
My Areas of Focus
- trauma, abuse
- anger and aggression
- low self-esteem
- grief and loss
- oppositional and defiant behaviors
- communication skills
- coping skills
- positive communication within the family
- parent support
How I Can Help
“Enter into children’s play and you will ﬁnd the place where their minds, hearts, and souls meet” -Virginia Axline.
Adults may use words to communicate; Children use play to communicate and make sense of their worlds. I utilize play therapy in my work with children to nurture a space to express themselves, discover their voice and strength, and process their experiences. My other specializations include helping children and adolescents who struggle with low self-esteem, hopelessness, emotion dysregulation, and communication skills. I utilize various therapeutic modalities, including Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Dialectical Behavioral Therapy, and Solution Focused Brief Therapy, as well as Expressive Arts Therapy-based interventions.
Additionally, as an Asian-American immigrant, I understand the unique experience of immigration: the delicate balance of trying desperately to “fit in” while forming one’s identity between the two cultures and learning the new norms while grasping tightly onto one’s roots. A culturally sensitive approach is a huge part of my therapeutic work.
I am excited and honored to be part of the passionate and client-focused team of mental health professionals at Family Connections Therapy. Therapy is a collaborative process, and it would be an honor for me to walk with you and work with you through your and your family’s needs.