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I received my Bachelor’s degree from UCLA with a major in Sociology and a specialization in issues of race, class, gender and sexual orientation; I received my Master’s degree in Clinical Psychology from Antioch University, where I began many years of clinical experience working with diverse populations and age groups in community mental health clinics, group practice and private practice.  My background in Sociology informs my perspective as a therapist.  I see the individual within the larger contexts of family, culture and society in order to best understand their perspective and needs, and I prioritize providing a safe and welcoming space for all of my clients.  I value working together to identify and conceptualize ways to address roadblocks hindering the path to healing, positive growth and reaching goals.  

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