Dr. Hyun is an Associate Professor in the NSU Department of Counseling. Previously, she worked at Seattle Pacific University's Department of Counselor Education where she served as an Associate Professor teaching, supervising and advising master level students. She graduated with her Ph.D. from Georgia State University in Counselor Education and Practice in 2009. She earned a master’s degree in Counseling and Personnel Pupil Service in School Counseling from California State University in 2005. She is a Board Certified and licensed mental health counselor.
She teaches core counseling courses: counseling skills, counseling theory, multicultural counseling, and systems theories and supervises practicum and internship students. She has co-authored 10 peer-reviewed articles, published a book chapter, done 31 conference presentations both nationally and internationally and 21 at the regional level. Her scholarly work includes multicultural counseling and social justice issues, school counselor supervision, SFC (School, Family, and Community) partnership, and promoting resiliency of AAPI. In Seattle, she provided play therapy for children and adolescents and parenting workshops for BIPOC populations.