How do I REALLY~ Connect with others and God?

by Lydia Chun Psy.D

Lydia Chun Psy.D

Lydia Chun Psy.D

GIFT Professional Counseling

Date: June 24, 2016

  • Speaker: Lydia Chun Psy.D
  • Source: GMMA/KAMHC 2016
  • Language: English
  • Length: 53 Minutes 11 Seconds


How do you REALLY feel and connect with others and God?  What are your gut intuitions about God the Father’s love for you? So often there is a gap between what you know intellectually about God (your God concept) and what you feel at the deepest level about God (your God image).  In addition, how do you REALLY connect with others and yourself?  Many research found that the early infant attachment styles do impact how one views and relate with oneself, others and God at the deepest level. This workshop will help participants to examine their attachment styles and learn more about themselves, so that they will be better equipped to connect and love others and God.  Anyone who wants to examine and deepen their capacity to love others and God is welcome!


Dr. Lydia Chun is a licensed clinical psychologist and is the founder and an Executive Director of GIFT Professional Counseling ( and a co-founder of GIFT Counseling and Wellness Centers ( She earned her B.A. from the University of Southern California in Psychology.  She advanced graduate training and received her masters and doctorate in clinical psychology from Rosemead School of Psychology, Biola University.  She has been trained in diverse theoretical orientations and treatment modalities including psychodynamic psychotherapy, cognitive-behavioral therapy, behavioral therapy, couple’s therapy, play therapy, children, adolescent and family therapy. She works with individuals, couples, adolescents and children on a wide variety of issues including anxiety, depression, and relationship and family problems. Dr. Lydia Chun also has been in the ministry, serving as a Family & Healing Ministry director of HolyWave English Ministry at Sarang Community Church in Anaheim, CA, with her husband, Dr. Joseph Chun, since 2006.

Her passion is to help people, couples and families to grow deeper in their relationship with themselves, each other, and God as they work through the challenges they face. She incorporates faith-based and Biblical principles and the power of Holy Spirit in her work actively. She desires to help others become the people God created them to be by working through patterns that prevent them from growing and reaching their full potential. She has been married for 30 years and has two grown up children.

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