Khiet Ho Jenkins is clinical social worker, licensed in North Carolina, USA. She is fluent in English, and conversational in Vietnamese and Spanish.
Khiet earned her undergraduate degree from Brown University and earned two graduate degrees from the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) – a Master’s in Social Work and Master’s in Public Health. She has worked with individuals with severe and persistent mental illnesses, like schizophrenia and bipolar disorder, as well as with individuals, couples, and families without a clinical diagnosis but experience difficulty during life transitions or stages, such as moving/immigrating, military deployments, recent marriage, grief, pregnancy, or parenting. Khiet has extensive experience working with couples. She is also trained in several manualized treatment modalities, including cognitive behavioral therapy and cognitive processing therapy, and primarily uses a blend of approaches to customize therapy to the individual, couple, or family. Khiet has expertise working with LGBTQ+ folks, military families, couples/sex-positivity, immigrants, and critical race theory.