Yige “Eager” Chen is a Licensed Professional Counselor. Yige completed her Master of Education in Professional Counseling from Oklahoma City University. Yige has a background in working with college students and adult survivors of trauma. Yige also has experience working on relationship enrichment with interracial couples.
Yige is passionate about working with emerging adults going through life transitions, such as interpersonal relationship issues, academic stress, adjustment issues, depression, anxiety, breakups, developmental/childhood trauma and sexual trauma.
Besides practicing in private practice, Yige has gained her experiencing through many settings including the inpatient facility The Ross Institute Trauma Program at UBH, and the non-profit outpatient facility, North Care in Oklahoma. She has received certificate trainings in Trauma Studies from PESI &JRI and Internal Family System Level 1 . IFS model is an approach to help people cope with their inner critic. Yige has trained in EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing) which is a treatment approach to alleviate traumatic memories and bring adaptive resolution to past trauma.
As a bilingual and bicultural counselor, Yige understands that integrating cultures can be complex and a life-changing event. Transition is inevitable, but how you navigate it is most important. I am here to listen to your stories and help you navigate the integration of two cultures.
I provide services in Chinese （Mandarin） and English.