Clinical psychologist |
Dr. Nguyen-Louie is a licensed clinical psychologist who specializes in evidence-based treatments for depression, anxiety, trauma, and struggles specific to Asian-Americans.
She was awarded the National Research Service Award (F31) from the National Institute of Health’s National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism and was selected as a predoctoral fellow on an Institutional Research Training Grant (T32). Her research historically focused on substance use and cognition. Presently, Dr. Nguyen-Louie’s research includes a diverse array of topics broadly focused on mental health functioning in adults.
Published author |
Dr. Nguyen-Louie has published over 20 peer-reviewed scientific papers and book chapter, and continues to collaborate with researchers across the nation in her ongoing work. Her research is published in peer-reviewed journals such as as Psychopharmacology, Brain Imaging and Behavior, and Addiction Biology.
Some of Dr. Nguyen-Louie’s primary research papers are below.
Education and Training
Undergraduate - B.A.
Johns Hopkins University
Cognitive Science; Psychological & Brain Sciences
Doctorate - Ph.D.
San Diego State University/University of California San Diego
Joint Doctoral program in Clinical Psychology
Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine
Department of Psychiatry
Research and clinical fellowship
Every person has the right to happiness and fulfillment – sometimes, we just need a little support, encouragement, empowerment, and accountability to reach our goals.
I am a licensed clinical psychologist who believes that each individual is unique. Whether you are struggling with lifelong mental health difficulties, low self confidence, every day stress, or issues related to Asian-Americans, I will work with you as a collaborator and partner to help you get to where you want to be.
My individual therapy style is anchored in cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) , but I take a holistic, whole-person approach to fully address your specific concerns. I respect your identity, culture, and background and make sure that key considerations like your upbringing, beliefs, religion, sexuality, and acculturation are incorporated into treatment to the extent you feel necessary.
In addition to CBT, I also practice the following: compassion-focused therapy, acceptance and commitment therapy, solutions-focused therapy, and eye-movement desensitization and reprocessing (EMDR).