Certified Brainspotting Practitioner
I am a Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor (LPCC), #10720, Certified Alcohol and Drug Counselor —CADC II and Certified in Brainspotting.
I would like to help you identify and heal from issues past and present that prevent you from living your best life (including trauma, anxiety, depression, stress, codependency, grief/loss, abuse, self-esteem, and substance abuse/use). In addition to Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), I am a certified Brainspotting Practitioner; CADC II (certified Alcohol and Drug Counselor). and trained in other modalities to include Imago therapy for couples.
I have worked with veterans affected by substance use, mental illness and homelessness and worked with incarcerated women at Folsom Women’s Facility. I am trained to work with First Responders.
I strive to provide a safe, non-judgmental environment where you can heal, recognize your strengths, and rebuild relationships. I am committed to walking along side you as you rediscover your truth, resilience and joy in your life. I help clients gain a better understanding of themselves by learning new skills and tools that they can use daily—I want to connect you to what matters most.
I have a Bachelor’s degree from University of California, Davis and a Master’s in Rehabilitation Counseling from California State University, Sacramento. I am passionate about working with people of all ages, genders, social and cultural backgrounds. With empathy and understanding, I will work with you to accomplish your individual therapy goals. I am currently accepting new clients. Call Alice today at 916-542-8893.
Supervised by Amanda Jacobson, LMFT # 97234
Let me introduce myself! I’m Deana Sellarole, an Associate Marriage & Family Therapist #136373, who joined Alice’s team this year. I am under the supervision of Amanda Jacobson, Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist #97234.
I work with teen, adults, couples, and families focusing on many types of challenges, such as grief, life transitions, relationship issues, and anxiety. I am a person-centered therapist, however, I will use different therapy approaches and techniques tailored to your needs as we work together. Ultimately, as a therapist, I believe my job is to make myself unnecessary to you, and will always be my goal.
I completed my Masters of Arts in Counseling from Palo Alto University and have a Bachelor of Science in Journalism and Mass Communication from San Jose State University.
When my therapist hat is hung up for the day, you can find me spending time with loved ones—my husband, my 3 kids, my extended family, or close friends—because they make my heart and mind happy. And if that time together involves a grilled cheese sandwich, even better!
I am currently accepting new clients for in-person therapy at the El Dorado Hills office as well as online throughout California via tele-health sessions. Call or text me today at 916-850-0198.
Supervised by Amanda Jacobson, LMFT # 97234
I am an Associate Marriage & Family Therapist (AMFT #130076), and am under the supervision of Amanda Jacobson, Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist (LMFT #97234). I am also a Brainspotting practitioner and a Certified First Responder Counselor (CFRC). I am currently accepting new clients throughout California for telehealth therapy sessions.
I have a soft spot in my heart for those with PTSD, anxiety, and other traumas, and have worked extensively with wildfire survivors. My base is in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), but I tend to use an eclectic approach, including Brainspotting, based on what is clinically appropriatefor my client. I am also an interfaith chaplain, so clients who choose may also request a more spiritual approach.
Nature and humor are two great healers, free of charge. When not in the office, I find joy caring for many animals (“love is a four-legged word”), and participating in various rescue efforts. I can regularly be found on the hiking trails around Northern California, and as such, I may also able to work with you through local “walk-and-talk” nature therapy sessions, if clinically appropriate, after a therapeutic relationship has been well-established. I believe in finding humor in as many areas of life as possible, and try to live the motto: “The only way to get through life is to laugh your way through it. You either have to laugh or cry. I prefer to laugh. Crying gives me a headache” (Marjorie Pay Hinckley).
Please feel free to email me if you’d like to learn more: counselorkristy @ gmx.com
Or text me at (NINE ONE SIX)-284-9585
Welcome! It’s great to have you here. I’m Dacia Martinez, an Associate Professional Clinical Counselor #13006, under the supervision of Amanda Jacobson, Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist #97234. Have you ever thought to yourself, life is too hard, and no matter how hard I try, I’m not good enough? Therapy can help provide a safe place for you to be yourself whether it’s a problem with anxiety, addiction, communication, depression, grief, trauma, behavior problems, self-esteem, life transitions, etc., I would like to help.
I have a background on working with foster youth, veterans, substance use, immigrant communities, college students with learning disabilities (ADHD and Autism), and kids as young as 7 years old. I am verse on Person-Center Therapy, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Solution Focused Therapy, and Mindfulness Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and other modalities that fit each individual needs. I hold a Bachelors of Arts in Psychology from the University of California, Santa Cruz and a Master’s in Education Counseling form San Jose State University.
Three days out of the week you can catch me training at a Karate dojo. On my spare time, I soak all the cuddles and cuteness of my two children. I am an avid reader and enjoy spending most of my time outdoors whether I’m gardening or going on walks with my kids and Labrador.
You have taken initiative on the hardest step, accepting the help of a professional. To make the process more comfortable, I offer a free phone consultatiou. I’m currently accepn to talk about problems you are experiencing and answer any questions you may have about the therapeutic process. Take control of your life and your future; give yourself the gift of healing and empower yourself to live life to it’s fullest potential. I look forward to hearing from yoting new clients throughout California for telehealth therapy sessions and for in-person therapy at the El Dorado Hills office. You can reach me via text and call at (408) 755-5138 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Dacia Martinez APCC #13006 Supervised by Amanda Jacobson LMFT #97234
“Positive thinking will let you do everything better than negative thinking will.”