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David Ha


Supervised by Kenneth Bateman, LMFT-S

  • Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist-Associate
Practice Locations
  • Main Location
Life Stages
  • Children, under 5 years
  • Children, 5-12 years
  • Adolescents, 13-17 years
  • College, Young Adults
  • Couples
  • Families
Areas of Focus
  • Child and play therapy
  • Faith and spirituality
  • Family therapy
  • Grief and loss
  • Parenting
  • Social skills
  • Substance abuse/addiction
  • English
  • Korean
  • Bachelor of Arts in Sociology, Queens College
  • Masters of Divinity in Biblical Counseling from Westminster Theological Seminary, Glenside, Pennsylvania
  • Masters of Marriage and Family Therapy, Abilene Christian University, Abilene, Texas


The truth is that far too often, we place our emotional, spiritual and psychological concerns on the back-burner. Put an end to that today and invest in intentional time tackling your concerns. You deserve that time. Your children deserve that time. Your marriage deserves that time. Your family deserves that time.

I want to meet with you and work with you to help reach your goals. Although my approach is heavily influenced by my biblical faith, I integrate various aspects including but not limited to attachment focused family therapy, structural family therapy, emotionally focused therapy, and cognitive behavioral therapy. For adolescents, I use aspects of play therapy to create a safe and inviting space for them to address their struggles.

David has worked with children, teens, young adults, couples and families for over a decade in both the church setting and professional setting. He has worked with people of various demographics in the East Coast, Midwest and West Coast.

Additional areas of focus:

Anger management
Child and play therapy
Children with disruptive and oppositional behavior
Eating disorders/body image
Faith and spirituality
Family therapy
Grief and loss
Guilt and shame
Identity and self-image
Life changes/transitions
Marriage, couples
Relationship issues
School-related issues
Screen/internet addiction
Social skills
Stress management


  • Ordained in the Presbyterian Church of America (PCA)
  • Licensed in clinical pastoral counseling with the National Christian Counselors Association (N.C.A.A.)