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A Conference for Northern California Churches
March 4-6, 2021
Hosted at Redwood Chapel
19300 Redwood Rd.
Castro Valley, CA

BASS Convention Presenter: Ann Lo

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Ann Lo
Ann Lo

Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist
Christian Counseling Center, San Jose
San Jose, Ca

Ann is a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist with a Master’s degree in Counseling from Western Seminary and a Bachelor’s degree from UC Berkeley. Ann helps couples experiencing various relationship issues, including conflicts, lack of intimacy, affairs, as well as those preparing for marriage. She has extensive experience working with youth and parents through school-based counseling programs and church ministries, and enjoys helping families navigate cultural and generational gaps. Her specialties with individual clients include codependency, self-esteem, depression, anger management, Asian American identity, and young adults in transition. Ann welcomes clients to incorporate spiritual issues in their process. She has given workshops on parenting, communication, lay counseling, and depression. Ann is bilingual in English and Mandarin. She is married and has one child.

2017 Workshops

Asian: Leveraging Parenting as an Asian Family Ministry Strategy (Mandarin)


Parenting is a passionate concern for Christians and non-Christians alike, and can be used strategically as both an outreach and discipleship tool. The workshop suggests practical ideas for what to cover in parenting classes, books and resources that are available, and options for formats. Emphasis will be on reaching Asian families and the particular concerns of Asian immigrant parents. This workshop will be presented in Mandarin.

2016 Workshops

Asian: Regaining Your Parenting Sanity (in Mandarin)


Parental urgency can sometimes create more tension and yield the opposite effect of what was intended. Learn strategies to understand, manage and resolve your anxiety, and find strength in God’s abiding care for you. Workshop will have ample time for Q&A. Presented in Mandarin.

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Asian: Emotionally and Spiritually Healthy Family for Asian Families


Raising a family is hard enough. It is even more difficult when you cannot raise your children the way your parents raised you. This is the typical struggle Asian immigrants face when they raise their Americanized children. This seminar hopes to address some of these cultural gaps and help Asian parents to raise up emotionally and spiritually healthy children in America.

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