Now Providing In Person and Video Sessions for California Residents

Rachel is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist and Registered Clinical Art Therapist.

Noah is a Clinical Psychologist, a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist and Board-Certified Art Therapist

Maggie is an Associate Marriage and Family Therapist and Art Therapist.

Meredith is an Associate Social Worker.

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Rachel

Rachel is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist and Registered Clinical Art Therapist.

NOAH

Noah is a Clinical Psychologist, a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist and Board-Certified Art Therapist

Maggie

Maggie is an Associate Marriage and Family Therapist and Art Therapist.

MEREDITH

Meredith is an Associate Social Worker.

Learn more about Rachel
Learn more about Noah
Learn more about Maggie
Learn more about Meredith

We specialize in:

CHILD THERAPY 

TRAUMA TREATMENT

& CLINICAL ART THERAPY

 

YOU DESERVE TO

HEAL, GROW, & THRIVE.

You don't have to remain stuck where you are or go through this alone. 

 

LET ME HOLD SPACE FOR YOU:

TO BE HEARD. 

TO RELEASE THE BURDENS YOU HAVE BEEN CARRYING.

TO CONNECT WITH YOUR INNATE WISDOM AND CAPACITY FOR GROWTH.

Are you in the midst of challenging life events, relationship issues, transition, depression or anxiety? Do you want to make changes, but feel something is holding you back?

 

Through therapies that engage the mind and body, we can help you express your feelings and let go of what you have been carrying, so that you feel lighter and calmer. 

Find your voice.

Know your worth. 

Advocate for yourself. 

Gain new coping skills. 

Express your feelings and needs. 

Create closeness with others.

Deepen relationships. 

Develop healthy boundaries.

Live authentically.

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mental health & developmental disability screens

These screens use standardized measures to help you gain valuable information to determine next steps and the best course of treatment.

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single session

This is the perfect treatment for people who have a singular issue they would like to resolve without committing to ongoing therapy.

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EMOTIONAL 

FREEDOM

TECHNIQUE

E.F.T. is an effective intervention for short term therapy that provides relief from emotional distress. 

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MEET OUR TEAM

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Rachel

Rachel is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist and Registered Clinical Art Therapist. She is the founder of Thrive Art Therapy.

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Maggie

Maggie is an Associate Marriage and Family Therapist and Art Therapist. Maggie also works with students at a school.

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Sara

Sara is an Associate Marriage and Family Therapist. She also works providing equine-assisted therapy.

SERVICES

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Trauma

RECOVERY

EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing) is an evidence-based treatment that helps people heal from the effects of traumatic experiences.

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Clinical

art therapy

Clinical art therapy brings traditional psychotherapy methods together with art-making to help you process difficult feelings through

embodied and nonverbal communication. 

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Mindful 

self-compassion

Mindful self-compassion can be described as "holding our pain with love" (Kristin Neff). When we learn to treat ourselves with kindness and compassion, it deepens our ability to meet our own needs for love and comfort. 

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needs-meeting

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Brainspotting

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DBT SKILLS

Developmental needs-meeting is a strengths-based, ego-state therapy that helps heal the childhood wounds that result in our current emotional pain and unwanted behaviors.

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Brainspotting harnesses and taps into the body’s natural ability to heal. It is a neurophysiological therapy, meaning that it promotes healing in your brain and body, resulting in positive psychological impacts.

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“An important distinguishing factor of DBT is its emphasis on learning how to tolerate and accept distress.”

-Marsha M. Linehan, PhD

(the founder of DBT)

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