CHARLETTA ERB, MARRIAGE FAMILY THERAPY

Relationship therapy as an engaging workout for connection, conflict de-escalation and communication.

Conflicted Couples/Families/Groups

Individuals with Anxiety/Depression/Anger

License: LMFT #98832

charletteaerb@gmail.com

www.charlettaerb.com

 

BARBARA FREIE, MA, MARRIAGE FAMILY THERAPY

If you are ready to heal, want a witness and assistance in ushering in a life transition, contact me today to see if we are a good fit for your journey to self awareness. I can help you retrieve lost parts of self resulting in a more rewarding life, and resolving emotional trauma that may be interfering with your present. Together, we might access dreams, expressive arts, metaphor, movement, mindfulness and mythology, as we journey together through your process. My goal is to collaborate with you to set reachable goals, and be with you in the process.
I specialize working with persons in 12 step programs and those struggling with/affected by addictions, particularly Adult Children of Alcoholics and Dysfunctional Families. Together we will venture into whatever light or darkness that your soul needs to find your true identity and become more fully your true self.
I was trained in depth psychotherapy at Pacifica Graduate Institute, tending to the soul of the world. Playful Inner Child Creative Expressive Art Therapy Self Awareness Self Advocacy Identity Spiritual Mindfulness Traumatic Dissociation Flexible Life Transitions T’ai Chi Chih Healing Psyche Archetypes Soul Reintegration
Please call/text (805) 300-7420 or email barbara_freie@yahoo.com for an appointment today!
License: MFT #32399

CECILIA CERRUTTI – MARRIAGE FAMILY THERAPY

Psychotherapy is a process of discovery! Overcoming fears, depression and anxiety offers a new insight into how you relate to yourself and others and frees you to reach out for what is more nurturing and affirming to your life.

Life Transitions

Women Issues

Relationship Issues

Coping Skills

Self Esteem

Depression

Grief Self Growth

License: MFC 36623 California
Languages: English and Spanish
Population: Adults 18 and older
Years in practice: 12 years
School: California Lutheran University

NYSSA SENZIG – MARRIAGE FAMILY THERAPY

Finding a therapist that you connect with is so important. Creating a space that feels safe is vital to working on your goals. My hope is that together we can work on what needs to change, what you need to figure out or simply learn how to identify, process and learn how to manage feelings, stressors or transitions. I work with people that experience depression, anxiety, addiction, PTSD, grief, eating disorders, relationship difficulties, identity, LGBT and significant and persistent mental illness.

Communication, coping skills, mindfulness, deep breathing and healthy expression are some of the tools that I find to be helpful in therapy. My hope is that through the process of building a safe environment we will begin to gain insight, learn new tools and make progress towards your goals.