We are Asian/Asian American mental health professionals and advocates who seek to improve the mental health of our communities through connection, mobilization, and compassion.
We strive to foster a sense of belonging to those who have felt othered, overlooked, invisible, and discarded.
As a collective, we believe in the transformative power of community and seek to create and enhance the strength of the communities we belong to and care for.
We honor who you are, where you come from, where you are now, and who you hope to be. We honor the courage it takes to seek help and to turn towards your vulnerability in finding alignment.
We believe strongly in creating mental health care that is accessible and address barriers that stand in the way of healing.
Mango Tree Counseling & Consulting is a mental health resource center that centers it's efforts on the needs of the Asian/Asian-American Community in the state of Pennsylvania. We provide healing-centered approaches towards mental health wellness and support to our communities in finding a home in their bodies, minds, and communities.
Statement on Intersectionality
Mango Tree Counseling & Consulting believes in the transformative power of relationships, building bridges, and creating change. We are committed to social justice, inclusion, and intersectionality; thus we seek to provide care to Asian/Asian American Communities as well as the larger Black, Indigenous, People of Color (BIPOC) and LGBTQIA communities. Our team is comprised of folx from varying backgrounds and lived experiences.
Our team provides individual, group, family, and group psychotherapy to children, adolescents, and adults. We offer a range of mental wellness programming to provide opportunities to improve your alignment towards your values, improve mental health, and to take mindful action to important decisions.
Our approach to counseling and psychotherapy is grounded in love, honor, and respect. We are committed to co-creating opportunities for folx to work through pain, frustration, anger, and hope in navigating what it means to be Asian/Asian-American, and navigating varying intersections of identity. The goal of our work is to enhance mental wellness, foster a sense of belonging, and to cultivate the resilience of our community.
We define Asian/ Asian American as:
- West Asian
- East Asian
- South Asian
- South East Asian
- Pacific Islander
- Mixed Race/Multi-Racial AAPI