Yuko T. Inzana, MSW, LCSW has been providing clinical treatment for adolescents and adults in NY and NJ for over a decade. She received her Master of Social Work degree from Fordham University in 2003. During her internship, Yuko counseled and advocated for recent immigrants who were also victims of Domestic Violence.
She has also completed the postgraduate Bowen Family Systems Theory Certification Program Level I & II at Rutgers University.
Yuko has successfully treated people with depression, anxiety, trauma, sexual identity issues (LGBTQ+), family problems, and conflict at work. Before she began her private practice in Princeton, NJ, she worked at an outpatient mental health clinic in New York City. Yuko also oversaw all clinical treatment for adolescents and young adults with behavioral, emotional, and chronic medical problems while she was serving as the Director of Clinical Services at several Group Home residential programs in Trenton, NJ for 5 years.
Yuko continues to work closely with recent immigrants to assist in their cultural assimilation process to the US and provides workshops that focus on mental health and cultural assimilation issues for Japanese Americans in Princeton, NJ.