So Yeon Park is a Ph.D. Candidate at Brigham Young University’s APA-accredited Clinical Psychology program. So Yeon received both her Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees in psychology from Brigham Young University, graduating as the valedictorian of her undergraduate class.
So Yeon’s clinical experience has focused on work with children and adolescents presenting with various concerns. She feels passionately about promoting well-being in children/adolescents and their families to improve daily functioning. She has sought clinical training to provide best services to her clients.
For the past three years, So Yeon has offered individual therapy and conducted psychological assessments to the broad Utah community. So Yeon refined her skill in psychological assessment during her time at Timpanogos Assessment and Psychological Services, where she primarily focused on conducting autism assessment for individuals ages between 2 and 30. She is comfortable performing a wide range of psychological assessments including ADHD testing, intellectual/achievement testing, and other behavioral and emotional assessments.
So Yeon has received training at a medical clinic and a hospital, primarily providing therapy and consultation. As an extern at Wasatch Pediatrics – Southpoint, So Yeon provided both psychological assessments (specifically ADHD and autism) and therapy for children and adolescents with anxiety, depression, ADHD, OCD, and other behavioral and emotional difficulties. So Yeon has also worked as a consultation liaison and at the GI/EoE clinic as a part of Primary Children’s Hospital Behavioral Health Clinic. She offered brief interventions and connected families to resources to alleviate distress related to chronic illnesses and behavioral concerns.
So Yeon strives to provide evidence-based treatment to ensure the likelihood of bringing positive outcomes to her clients. Her training also focused on providing multiculturally sensitive therapy to ensure that the larger population can receive and benefit from psychological services. So Yeon strives to bring meaningful behavioral and cognitive changes in accordance to the cognitive-behavioral model. So Yeon feels comfortable working with clients of various backgrounds and disorders.
So Yeon was born in South Korean and has lived in several states in the U.S. She enjoys spending her free time with her family.