About Dr. Chun

DaHyun Chun


M.S. (2004) and Ph.D. (2008) in Clinical Psychology at Ohio University

B.A. (2001) in English Literature & Psychology at Yonsei University


  1. Licensed Clinical Psychologist (Virginia, US)
  2. Clinical Psychologist (South Korea, #1129)

Predoctoral internship: University of Pittsburgh Student Counseling Center

Past Workplaces: Cook Counseling Center at Virginia Tech, group practice in Seoul

Specialties: Depression, Anxiety, Trauma/PTSD, Eating Disorders, Issues with Self-Esteem, Grief, Relationships, Identity, Acculturation

Target Population: Teens/Adolescents, Adults, Families, Couples, Returning Koreans, Expats, Adoptees, Military Families

Utilize: CBT, Client-centered, Gestalt, EMDR therapy, Eclectic therapy

Personal interests: Good coffee, traveling, learning new approaches to therapy, working out, laughing with friends, self-care

Teaching: Instructor at Konkuk University

  1. Taught Abnormal Psychology (Spring, 2015)
  2. Taught Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (Fall, 2015)

Trainings/Conferences Attended

28th Annual International Trauma Conference (Boston, 2017)-Hosted by Bessel van der Kolk

New Paths of Gestalt Therapy: Dr. Michael Vincent Miller (Seoul; 6.11.16)

Individuality and Its Implications for Psychotherapy: Dr. Nancy Williams (Seoul; Jan 2015)

From Despair to Repair: Advanced 3-day workshop on Imago Couples therapy (Seoul; Aug 2015)

EMDR 3-Day Intensive Training (presenter: Linda Curran) (San Francisco: Jan 2015)

Affiliations: EMDR International Association

LinkedIn Profile: https://www.linkedin.com/in/therapyinkorea