Meet Sophie Marchand, MFTI
Supervised by Doreen Maxwell, MFT License #41105
Are you ready to reclaim your life?
We all experience life stressors that can make us feel overwhelmed, unhappy, or stuck. If you find yourself in a such situation, hope and help are at your fingertips. Therapy can assist you in overcoming your difficulties by working to identify and change the thought, feeling and behavior patterns that keep you from feeling your best. Going to therapy is a courageous act that requires the ability to acknowledge we need extra help.
To support your needs, I provide a warm, compassionate, and non-judgmental environment that will help you deal with your personal challenges, concerns, and worries. I have a special interest in helping clients who struggle with depression, anxiety, parenting, co-parenting, and life transitions such as divorce or job loss. To address your specific needs and goals, I utilize a variety of techniques and modalities such as mindfulness, guided visualization, art therapy, and play therapy. Using a collaborative approach, wherein we talk through issues, I offer you feedback, reflective listening, and psycho-education. Feeling heard, understood, and accepted are the first steps that will lead you to a better place. Over time, you will be able to understand yourself better and develop more satisfying relationships with others. Other benefits may include how to make thoughtful decisions, develop coping skills, and learn how to empower yourself.
Working with you, I consider early life experiences, life transitions, impacts from family relationships, and your resources.
I look forward to working with you and being part of your journey.
Please feel free to contact me at 408 475 5966 or email me at email@example.com or a free phone consultation.
Meet Kathleen Graham, MFTI #102894
Supervised By Doreen Maxwell, LMFT #41105
Kathleen Graham M.A., Marriage and Family Therapist Intern #102894, Professional Clinical Counselor Intern #4534
Supervised by Doreen Maxwell MFT license number #41105
At times life can be filled with challenges and difficulties. Many people struggle with pain from the past or the present. I offer a safe place where individuals can work through their problems and gain a clearer understanding of themselves, who they are and what they desire. I support clients as they seek help in identifying what could bring greater meaning to their lives. Through these discoveries we can create hope for a deeper sense of satisfaction with life and in turn a stronger sense of well-being.
I help clients explore issues that impact their lives and their relationships. This may include help with depression, anxiety, communication with others, grief, loss, life transitions, changes in health or your personal life, or working towards overcoming past or current hurts and traumas. I am here to help you with your challenges. Together we will find ways to move through whatever difficulties you are encountering.
My approach stems from a place of warmth, understanding, compassion, practicality, and non-judgment to support you as you seek changes that you would like to make in your life.
I received my B.A. in Liberal Studies from San Jose State University and attended Palo Alto University where I completed my M.A. in Counseling. My previous work experience includes fifteen plus years in the technology field as well as providing counseling at a nonprofit agency in collaboration with children, teenagers, adults, couples, families, and groups. I have also been a volunteer with the Centre for Living with Dying program since 2014.
I look forward to hearing from you. I can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at 669-256-2660