Min Yoon

Process-Oriented Psychologist, Somatic Therapist & Conflict Facilitator
Portrait of Min Yoon
  • Flexible pricing available
  • Online sessions available
  • English
  • 90 Eur (50 minutes)
About Min

In my life, I searched to connect my mind and body, and make sense of what’s happening within myself with the surrounding relationships and systemic issues. This led me to the lenses of Process Work and Somatic Expressive Arts.

Process Work or Process-Oriented Psychology was created by Dr. Arnold Mindell applying Jungian transpersonal, depth psychology to work with innerwork, body symptoms, altered states of consciousness, and organizations and groups. Where many psychological and medical paths may be looking at one area of the person and the world, Process Work opens and connects different aspects of individuals, relationships, groups and systems toward deeper meaning and a sense of connected and moving flow in life and existence.

Somatic movement therapy combines how we sense the physical, emotional, and mental states. At times, the body can speak what is unspeakable with the mind, beyond social constructs. Somatic movement can uncover new expressions of the self and integrate what is internal to how we show up in life. I hold a creative and safe space for exploring imaginations, dreams, and symbols in connection with the body with its sensations, symptoms and illnesses - to identify patterns, new possibilities, and resources.

I integrate my experiences as a professional dance artist with The Tamalpa Life/Art Process (TLAP), an intermodal expressive arts approach that supports the development of creative resources, artful communication, and embodied presence.

With couples and groups, I hold space for deep listening and communication. Conflicts can be the starting place for getting to know one another again and again, and what you create together more deeply. We may unravel situational and past challenges, rank, power, privilege, new ways to express and communicate, and how to work and move together.

With compassion for all voices, I am committed to understanding and affirming intersectional aspects of social and political, including different kinds of marginalized identities and collectively growing from the challenges of discrimination, injustice, privilege, and power.

I have supported clients with finding meaning in their lives, depression, trauma, chronic physical symptoms, altered and extreme states, embodied leadership, expression, creativity, communication, inner critics, living your values, as well as relationship / systemic challenges.

Education & Experience
  • 2020-Present  

    Private Praxis

  • 2022

    Teacher at Process Work Center of Hawai’i

  • 2022

    MA, Process-Oriented Facilitation and Conflict Studies at Process Work Institute

  • 2021

    Certified in Somatic Expressive Arts at Tamalpa Institute co-founded by Anna Halprin and Daria Halprin

  • 2021

    RSMT / RSDE Registered Somatic Movement Therapist and Educator at The International Somatic Movement Education and Therapy Association (ISMETA)

  • 2020

    Clinical Internship at River’s Way Clinic


  • 2012-2020

    Community, Social / Systemic Research, and Art

  • 2012

    BA, Rhetoric & Philosophy, focus on existential and political philosophy,

    University of California, Berkeley