Major transitions in life can create stress and anxiety. Families sometimes wound each other deeply. Discrimination and prejudices require us to confront the ways that the world is unsafe or unfair.
If you are experiencing change, turmoil, or injustice or if life feels disorienting and chaotic, Loo-Gen can assist you in regaining a solid foundation and footing. She can help you process anger, doubt, confusion, and sadness and replace those difficulties with hope.
Loo Gen Seah-McCrea is a Master’s candidate at Grace College & Theological Seminary, pursuing a degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling. Born in Malaysia, Loo Gen obtained her bachelor’s degree in law (LL.B.) from Leeds University, United Kingdom in 1991 and worked as a legal attorney in Malaysia before her emigration to the United States. Loo Gen’s interests in the counseling field include life transitions, family therapy, addictions, career development, and social justice issues. She has received training in the Hope-Focused couples counseling approach (Worthington & Ripley) and is a 2018 National Board for Certified Counselors (NBCC) Minority Fellowship Program Master’s Mental Health Fellow. Loo Gen is fluent in English and Bahasa Malaysia (Malay) and enjoys working with people of all ages and cultural backgrounds.
*Graduate Student Interns (GSIs) are supervised by Jamie McNally, MA, LLP, LPC and by a faculty supervisor.