Wei “Rhouth” Zhou
CTSS Mental Health Practitioner
Year Joined: 2021
Years of Experience: 5
Huaihua University (China) - B.A.
University of St. Thomas (ant. May 2021) - M.A.
More About Wei “Rhouth” Zhou
I believe that everyone in this world has a unique sense of meaning and purpose in life. My vocational calling is to serve the psychological & spiritual well-being of children and adolescents within their family systems. Well-equipped with cross-cultural counseling, I have worked extensively among the Black, Latino and Asian communities, and with families of low social-economic status. I believe in examining the underlying assumptions and communicating with a spirit of empathy and compassion, to produce reconciliation among people from the various social-cultural background. My specialties involve working with children and adolescents who have experienced emotional disturbance, identity issues, lifespan trauma, developmental disabilities or interpersonal/relationship challenges.
A relational-focused, trauma-conscious and strength-based practice is the forefront of all my clinical and community work, and a family-systems perspective is my approach to understanding individual lifestyle issues and family dynamics. I believe that the transformation of children and adolescents happens when they embrace truth and experience freedom, peace and joy in life.
Nature walk, aerobic dancing, novels and musicals, strategic board game, foreign film and travel to appreciate diverse cultures.