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Meet The Co-Founders

L. Jennifer Chou-Sachdeva, Ph.D. (she/her)


I am a clinical psychologist by trade; a wife, mom (of a beloved fur-baby), daughter, sister, and friend always; and an ever evolving spiritual sojourner. 


I was born to and raised by Chinese/Taiwanese immigrants on occupied Ohlone, Tamien, and Muwekma land (SF south and east bay areas), and currently live in the city of San Francisco.  Outside of psychology, I enjoy yoga, ballroom dancing, and learning to cook and make plant-based versions of authentic Chinese and Indian recipes passed down by both sides of my family.


As a psychologist, I am committed to helping people, especially Asian Americans and other people of color, heal from (racial, relational, psychological, and/or physical) suffering.  My work focuses on helping people better align with their true values, self, and life purpose so that they can live fuller more liberated lives.  I also help couples navigate cultural differences to build clearer communication, deeper connection, and more joy and adventure in their relationship. 


I am passionate about providing people of color paths to healing and growth that is centered around their lived experiences.  Additionally, I believe that healing of the mind, body, and spirit comes from within ourselves, the communities we create, and the relationships we hold most dear.

Ivy Hall, Ph.D. (she/her)


Human | Psychologist | Wife | Mama


I help Black, Indigenous, Latine, and AANHPI heal racial and relational trauma, dismantle white supremacy culture, and navigate cultural conflicts so they can have healthier, authentic relationships with themselves and others.


About me:

Born and raised in occupied Muwekma Ohlone and ramaytush land (SF)

Currently live on occupied Muwekma and Patwin land

2nd generation 🇻🇳 🇨🇳 🇺🇸

Child of immigrants

Giants/Dubs/Niners fanatic


Passionate about:

Dismantling white supremacy culture and decolonizing mental health

Social justice

Healing racial trauma

Community care

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