Dr. Yun has been at CU since 2001 and has served the university community in a variety of capacities. She completed her doctoral internship at Wardenburg Health Center in what was then called the Department of Psychiatry and then moved to the Office Victim Assistance (OVA) to coordinate the Violence Against Women grant awarded to the University in 2001. While at OVA, she became very familiar with issues related to gender violence and oppression. It was also a time when she served as a victim advocate. She then moved to the Center for Multicultural Affairs (CMA) where she served as a counselor as well as Coordinator of Multicultural Graduate Student Services and developed a strong interest in working with international students. Dr. Yun joined CAPS in 2008 serving as Outreach Coordinator and currently serves as Director of Clinical Services.
Dr. Yun’s career path has been varied and community focused. She has a strong appreciation of diversity and the importance of context in better understanding someone’s experience. Given her career trajectory, it is not surprising that she has an interest in working with people who face and have had to overcome adversity or challenges to get to where they are in their individual journeys. This gets reflected in her interest in working with trauma, multicultural issues, anxiety, and grief and loss. She also has a expertise in working with domestic and international graduate students. She is trained as a generalist and has experience working with a broad spectrum of issues impacting CU students.
Health and Wellness RAP
Student Outreach and Resource Center for Equity (SORCE)
Office of International Education
Office of Student Conduct
United Government of Graduate Students
Leadership Team (CAPS)
Clinical Team (CAPS)
Student Affairs Diversity Committee
Pan Asian faculty Staff Association (co-founder)
Women’s Resource Center Board
International Student Resources Committee
Center for Community Building Committee
Grief and Loss
Reduction of health disparities, diversity, increasing access to mental health services, graduate student services, international student support, and social justice.