It can be a difficult step to seek out professional support, but in doing so you are demonstrating your willingness to invest in yourself and your well-being. As Morgan Harper Nichols said, “You do not have to be fearless. Doing it afraid is just as brave.”
“Sometimes when you are in a dark place, you think you have been buried, but actually you have been planted.” – Christine Caine
I primarily work with adult individuals, teens, and couples.
Whether you are struggling with anxiety, depression, self-esteem, past trauma, your romantic relationship, or any other issue, my goal is to help you rediscover your strengths, work through your challenges, and lead a happier, well-balanced life. I strive to make your therapeutic experience fulfilling for you.
I also have a special interest in working with the LGBTQ+ community, including teens, around gender identity/sexual orientation.
If you’re interested in making positive changes to your life, I would be honored to support you every step of the way.
Please contact me today!
I look forward to the opportunity to work with you.
About Michelle Anderson
I received my B.A. in Psychology from California State University, Chico and then went on to earn my M.A. in Counseling Psychology for Marriage and Family Therapy from Santa Clara University. I previously worked as a Teen Dating Violence Prevention Coordinator, educating teens, teachers, and youth leaders throughout the Bay Area about healthy and unhealthy relationships. I have experience providing counseling and crisis intervention services in a school setting and enjoy working with high school aged teens. Additionally, I have provided therapy services to domestic violence and sexual assault survivors in the Tri-Valley area. I am currently working with individuals, teenagers, and couples.