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Fully Health is sponsored by Oak Health Foundation, a nonprofit organization committed to integrating the Gospel message into mental health treatment and reducing the stigma and prevalence of mental health disorders by addressing the whole person – mind, body, and spirit.
Monday - Fridays:
9:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Saturdays & Sundays :
Amy Cameron is a board certified psychiatric mental health nurse practitioner. She started her nursing career in 2008 working in critical care. Through this she experienced how important the psychological aspects are to optimizing mental health. She became a nurse practitioner in 2020 receiving her Masters through Azusa Pacific University. She is a Christian, a wife, and a mother of two teenagers-blended family. Life and clinical experience brings a perspective to look at the whole picture when advocating for patients. Amy believes good mental health provides a nurturing of the relational, spiritual, physical, and psychological aspects of the person. In her free time Amy loves going to the beach. Also she greatly enjoys weights and worship with friends.
Alice obtained a Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology at University of California, Los Angeles and a Master of Science at Fuller Theological Seminary. Alice is bilingual in English and Korean. As a “1.5 generation” immigrant, she is culturally sensitive and attuned to both Western and Eastern cultures. Alice has many years of experience as she had a chance to explore different positions from research to business and marketing while working in a community mental health setting. Alice hopes to work with clients toward a deeper mental health awareness within their family systemic, cultural and spiritual context. On her spare time, Alice enjoys to cook, brew coffee and explore different cafes and restaurants.
Tracy Peralta is a board certified psychiatric mental health nurse practitioner. She started her nursing career in 2007 working in the emergency department and cardiac intensive care unit. She became an adult/geriatric nurse practitioner in 2014. As a nurse practitioner, she realized how important mental health is to a person’s well being. She is passionate about caring for the geriatric population and is excited about caring for the child, adolescent, and adult population as a psychiatric nurse practitioner. In her free time, she loves exploring the community parks with her family.
Do you feel like no one gets you? Like something is wrong with you? That you’re too much but also not enough? Mike knows the pain of feeling misunderstood and broken and the exhaustion of trying to fit in and prove your worth. He is passionate about walking alongside others through their pain and struggles and offering them hope in the midst of their brokenness. He believes that people who hurt and struggle need someone who cares and understands them instead of quick fixes and easy answers. As a fellow struggler, Mike wants to provide a space where people are free to struggle without fear of shame or judgement.
Mike is an Associate Marriage and Family Therapist and Associate Professional Clinical Counselor at Fully Health. He has a Bachelor’s in Religious Studies from UC Riverside and a Master’s in Counseling from Western Seminary. Mike has also completed biblical counseling coursework through the Christian Counseling & Educational Foundation and is a Bible geek. Outside of counseling, he is an active member of his church and enjoys connecting and hanging out with friends, dancing, cooking (and eating good food, of course), staying fit, being outdoors, a good podcast, laughing, and spending as much time as possible relaxing.
David is an Associate Marriage and Family Therapist at Fully Health. David completed his bachelor’s degree in Psychology at California State University Fullerton and a master’s degree in Marriage and Family Therapy at Hope International University. With a background of college and young adults ministry, he has a passion working with young adults that are suffering from broken relationships and psychological challenges. He also has a passion working with couples who want to understand and improve their relationship. In his free time, David loves to spend time with his family, cook for his family, and enjoys working out.
Rev. David Chung is an ordained minister with the Presbyterian Church (USA) and has served in local church ministry for over 17 years. In the past two years, David began work as a hospital chaplain with Providence St. Joseph. During this pandemic season, he spends his time taking care of his wife and son, his parents and his in-laws while leading virtual Bible studies and counseling sessions.
Rev. Yung Kim is an ordained minister of the Gospel specializing in discipleship, spiritual formation, and churchplanting. He believes that the Gospel is for the entire person, which includes one’s mental health, and serves on the board of the Oak Health Foundation. After graduating from UCLA with a BA in English Lit. & Cross-Cultural Studies, he worked for a missions agency, Partners International. During that time, he met and married his wife Christy and together are experiencing the great joys (and trials) of parenting 4 growing children. After completing his Master of Divinity & Intercultural Studies at Fuller Theological Seminary, twenty-five years of pastoral ministry, and church planting, Yung is currently serving as Pastor of Adult Ministries at Revive Presbyterian Church of Silicon Valley.
Dr. Lukas is a licensed clinical psychologist who has been working in the mental health field for over 15 years. Her specialties include psychological assessment as well as individual and family therapy for issues such as anxiety, stress, depression, low self-esteem, trauma, relational issues, LGBTQIA+, and challenges related to life transitions. She utilizes many different treatment modalities including, but not limited to, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Dialectical Behavioral Therapy, Functional Family Therapy and Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing. She is passionate about empowering individuals to find the hope and motivation to increase happiness and life satisfaction. In her free time, she loves hiking with her dog Bailey.
Isaac Lee is a psychiatric mental health nurse practitioner. He earned his Bachelor of Arts in Global Studies at University of California, Santa Barbara, and his Bachelor of Science in Nursing from National University and went back to National University for his Master of Science in Nursing. He believes in a holistic approach to mental health that involves the mind, body, and spirit. In his spare time, he enjoys working out, practicing Brazilian Jiu Jitsu, hiking and eating street tacos.
Mijin Park, Psy.D. is a licensed clinical psychologist who provides psychological services for clients of all ages. A graduate from the Chicago School of Psychology, Dr. Park is an expert in intergenerational conflict within multicultural families. Dr. Mijin performs psychological assessments for ADHD, executive functioning, and emotional dysregulation, among others. She particularly enjoys working with adolescents and providing their parents with effective skills and strategies for fostering their children’s growth. She has experience supervising pre-licensed therapists (Associate Marriage Family Therapist or Psychological Assistant) since 2018. In her spare time, Dr. Park enjoys cooking, hiking, and gardening.
Dr. Park is a board certified child & adolescent, and adult psychiatrist. Her pre-med studies were completed at UCLA. She trained to be a doctor at Kirksville College of Osteopathic Medicine, and did her psychiatric specialty training at LAC/USC Medical Center. Dr. Park has more than 17 years of outpatient clinical experience treating children and adults and has supervised mid-level practitioners since 2015. Her desire is, “I truly hope everyone can receive the proper care when necessary and to discover their true identity and the wonderful purpose of their lives by knowing Jesus!”
Rika Matoba Lopez is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist in California providing exclusive telehealth (online counseling) to adults and couples. She completed her Masters of Arts in Clinical Psychology with an emphasis in Marriage Family Therapy at Azusa Pacific University in 2009. Lopez is a member of the California Association of Marriage and Family Therapists (CAMFT) and registered with the Board of Behavioral Sciences with the State of California with 10+ years of experience in working with a variety of different therapeutic approaches such as Attachment based, Internal Family Systems, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Meditation/Mindfulness, and Faith Based Inner healing modalities. She is also a Certified Sex Addiction Therapist Candidate (CSAT) with IITAP (International Institute for Trauma and Addiction Therapists).
June is an Associate Marriage and Family Therapist at Fully Health. June obtained a Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology at University of California, Irvine and a Master of Arts degree in Counseling Psychology at Simpson University. June is bilingual in English and Korean. During her 12 years of teaching, June realized the importance of fostering the mental and emotional health of her students to prepare them for success. As a result, June is passionate about helping people find freedom and healing from trauma, anxiety, and depression through spiritual and evidence-based therapeutic modalities.
This Renew & Revive (R&R) group is a program established by the team at Fully Health to provide a comprehensive approach to address all our needs – physical, mental, and spiritual. Through attending these complimentary group sessions, you will learn about the good news of Jesus Christ and how God will intervene during our journey toward achieving healing and greatest potential.
All individuals 18+ are welcome to attend! You do not need to be a Fully Health client or patient to attend. This service is free of charge. Please note, these sessions are not a clinical service. You may come and go as you like. We would be happy to have you whenever you may be available to join!
Wednesdays 7:30 – 8:30 pm on Zoom
What to expect from R&R
– To deeply understand, believe, and enjoy the Gospel, and know who I am
– To be able to have any question answered without judgment. For example, “Why am I struggling so much even though I have faith?” and “If I seek psychiatric treatment, does that mean my faith is small?”
– To experience the ability to fight the spiritual battle in life, especially regarding mental health struggles around me
– If Jesus is the Christ who solved my fundamental spiritual problem that led to all the “bad fruits” of life, then He is the answer to any other problem (mental and/or physical) that I may face on this earth.