Philosophy and Approach: Grace uses a client-centered approach focusing on awareness and self- responsibility. Her goal is to walk alongside clients through their struggles in life and relationships towards growth. She sees this as a lifelong process that sometimes requires us to look at the past and explore issues getting in the way to create change towards the life we want.
Formal Training and Education: Grace holds an M.A. in Clinical Psychology from accredited Azusa Pacific University in Azusa, CA with major coursework in child/adolescent therapy, marital therapy, spiritual formation, cultural diversity, crisis and trauma, community mental health, family therapy, and psychological assessment. She also holds a B.S. in psychology and business from University of Oregon in Eugene, OR.
Grace’s experience includes working at schools, intensive outpatient/residential levels, and integrative health settings addressing: spirituality, trauma, cultural identity, death, abuse, family systems, couples, individuals/groups, eating disorders, phases of life changes, relationships, anxiety, and depression.
EMDR S.A.F.E. trained
Prepare and Enrich certified
Completion of Level 1 training in Gottman Method Couples
DBT with eating disorders
CPT for the treatment of PTSD.
California LMFT 101249
Oregon LMFT T1349
California Association of Marriage and Family Therapists
Specializations: PTSD, EMDR, CPT, Couples, Gottman, Eating Disorders
Client focus: Adults
Services available: Telehealth | Sliding scale: Yes
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