Migum Gweon is a licensed marriage and family therapist and the director of clinical training for the Department of Marriage and Family. She coordinates all things related to the student practicum experience and is passionate about training and equipping MFT students. She has a diverse clinical training background, having worked at a DMH-contracted agency, at a community mental health agency, in church and school-based settings, and in private practice.
Migum also has unique skill sets gained in previous careers, bringing with her years of investment banking experience, college ministry experience (InterVarsity Christian Fellowship), church ministry experience (including immigrant Korean churches), and classical piano training.
Migum has a private practice in Pasadena and has special interests in marital conflict and resolution, pre-marital counseling, immigrant cultural issues, and divorce care. In her therapeutic work, Migum primarily uses the Restoration Therapy Model to promote insight into relational conflicts. Migum regularly speaks at conferences, churches, and women’s retreats.