Trish Stanley, PsyD, MFT is a Certified Gottman Couples Therapist specializing in individual, couple, and family therapy and maintains a private practice in San Diego, CA.
She has broad experience with premarital counseling, engaged couples, newlyweds and new parents, and with revitalizing long-term relationships. She works with same-sex couples, addiction, eating disorders, mood and anxiety disorders, and sexual dysfunction or dissatisfaction. She regularly works with two-career couples, affairs, betrayals, and trust problems. She supports couples through structuring a separation, planned reconciliations, co-parenting, and collaborative divorce.
As a full-time marriage and family psychotherapist for over 30 years, she is an experienced, eclectic clinician whose passion is helping couples become masters of their relationship. Clients find her to be warm, active, engaged and creative. She often uses humor, metaphor, and therapeutic experiment to enliven the sessions, and utilizes tools for home practice to support couples between sessions. She works to have each session build on the last one and to reach the client couple's goals in timely and powerful ways. She is committed to having each partner feel known, understood, supported, and appreciated throughout the therapeutic process.
Trish is deeply gratified to be a practitioner of a well-researched, evidence-based and emotion coaching approach. She also draws on her training and experience in the areas of executive coaching, management consulting and workplace issues. She often presents about the Gottman Method of Couples' therapy to professional and community groups. She is an experienced and enthusiastic presenter at The Art & Science of Love Weekend Couples Workshop in San Diego, CA.
She believes in the importance of an integrative approach to life, balancing awareness, wellness, purpose, exploration, community, and personal renewal. She encourages her clients to find an increasing sense of balance in the midst of change.
Liz Marucheau, LCSW:
Liz has provided direct psychotherapy services for infants, children, adolescents, adults and couples since 1987. All of her work is grounded in neuroscience principles, attachment theory and developmental theories. In addition to specializing in couples therapy, Liz runs parenting classes and is well versed in human development across the lifespan. She has worked at the federal, state, and local level advancing children's mental health issues.
Liz incorporates mindfulness and mediation into her practice as well as the latest research on therapeutic approaches while developing an individualized plan for everyone she works with. She currently teaches human development, assessment and diagnosis to graduate students at SDSU. On a personal note, she has been married for over 20 years and has raised two children.
Linda Collins, Ph.D.:
With 30 years of experience and am licensed as both a Marriage and Family Therapist and a Clinical Psychologist.
I specialize in working with stress, anxiety, panic and trauma and have earned the Somatic Experiencing Practitioner designation.
This designation means that I have completed over two years of advanced training in the somatic experiencing therapy developed by Peter Levine to work with these conditions.
I also specialize in using mind and body therapies such as mindfulness-based approaches together with cognitive strategies to work with personal and relationship change.
Nate Bohy, Psy.D.:
You will find Dr. Bohy to be warm, comfortable and personable. He brings great empathy to the challenges all couples face. He helps with communication problems, struggles with parenting. He also shows couples how to better cope with mood problems, stress and anxiety. He uses simple exercises from Mindfulness to increase awareness, help with attention, manage stress, and help make relationships better.
Dr. Bohy’s approach to working with couples is informed by his training with the Gottman Method, Emotionally Focused Couples Therapy, and Passionate Marriage approaches. He also frequently incorporate aspects of mindfulness practices, which are simple exercises to strengthen awareness, attention, and stress coping, and improve relationships.
Rebekkah Boronkay, ASCW:
Bio coming soon!!