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.
Liz has been a practicing psychotherapist for over 30 years and has a particular passion for helping couples find their way out of stuck and defeating patterns.. Couples find her to be warm, direct and highly focused on helping them identify and reach their unique goals for their relationship.
All of her work is grounded in neuroscience principles, attachment theory, and developmental theories. As part of her fascination in looking for what really works in couples therapy, Liz has developed a couples therapy curriculum for graduate students at SDSU. And she is currently writing a book on the variety of approaches to couples therapy.
She is herself deeply and widely trained in a range of couples' therapy approaches including the Gottman Method, the Developmental Model of Ellyn Bader and Pete Pearson, and Stan Tatkin's Psychobiological Approach to Couples Therapy model (otherwise known as PACT) of couples therapy. She most recently completed advanced training in therapy for sexual issues with the renowned trainer Martha Kauppi.
She has an extensive understanding of neuroscience and works with couples to help them understand and integrate their psychological reactions in order to support better processing, clearer thinking, and effective communication. Liz incorporates mindfulness skills into her practice as well as the latest research on therapeutic approaches while developing an individualized plan for everyone she works with. On a personal note, she has been married for over 25 years and has two thriving young adult children.
Linda has 30 years of experience as a licensed Clinical Psychologist and Marriage and Family Therapist. She is a Certified Mindfulness Facilitator, trained in the Gottman Method, and has earned the Somatic Experiencing Practitioner designation by completing over two year of advanced training in the somatic experiencing therapy. She has also developed a series on Mindful Awareness Practices for Couples to support the practice of mindfulness-based communication and relationship skills. Dr. Collins has maintained a personal mindfulness meditation practice over the past 16 years.
Linda's specialty is working with stress, anxiety, panic, and trauma. Linda also specializes in using mind and body therapies, such as combining mindfulness-based approaches with cognitive strategies, in order to facilitate personal and relationship change.
You will find Dr. Bohy to be warm, comfortable, and personable. He brings great empathy to the challenges all couples face. He helps couples with communication problems, struggles with parenting, and teaches couples how to better cope with mood problems, stress, and anxiety. Nate uses simple mindfulness-based exercises to increase awareness in relationships, help with partners' attention, manage individual stress, and improve overall relationship dynamics.
Nate'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.
Mako enjoys supporting the growth that can come with couples practice using Gottman interventions and other evidence-based tools. Utilizing various treatment approaches, Mako assists adults who are within transitions, seeking change, or need help with coping with life-stressors. Mako works to enhance awareness and address past disruptions that cause enduring behavioral patterns with aims of facilitating positive growth and healthier choices.
While working with adolescents, Mako offers developmentally appropriate and supportive tools to target independence, stress reduction, and thoughtful problem-solving. She also works to support family processes in order to reduce high-risk behaviors and enhance trust within the family unit.
Iliana Berezovsky, LMFT:
Iliana is a pragmatic and eclectic psychotherapist who incorporates the work and techniques of several well-researched and successful couples' therapy models including the Gottman Method (John Gottman), the Developmental Model (Ellyn Bader), Emotional Focused Therapy (Sue Johnson) and Solution-Focused Brief Therapy (Michelle Weiner-Davis), among others.
Iliana is a bi-lingual (English/Spanish) Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist in California where she has practiced for more than 25 years. Furthermore, she is also a Licensed Psychologist in Argentina, which is where she was born and grew up. She has conducted numerous seminars and workshops in English and Spanish both nationally and internationally.
Iliana was a resident supervisor and therapist trainer at St. Joseph Hospital of Orange in Orange, California and an adjunct professor at Antioch University in Marina Del Rey, California. At Antioch University, she taught brief psychotherapy and other treatment modalities.
Iliana has appeared on both radio and television and is the co-author of the book, How to Deal with Difficult People. Iliana also contributed to the book Institutional Psychotherapeutic Strategies, which was published in South America. Iliana has been married for over 30 years and has two married children. She has a passion for languages, traveling, and getting to know the local people and culture of the places she visits.