Evelyn Rodriguez, LMFT

Evelyn Rodriguez
LMFT

The adage “Learn from yesterday, live for today, hope for tomorrow” rings true in my practice. Adversity is part of life, but it should not be an overwhelming part. A difficult situation is simply the starting point towards improvement. I work towards providing guidance and tools to help achieve self-determined success. I believe that teamwork establishes the strength and support needed to reach and maintain long-lasting happiness and improve upon difficult situations. You don’t have to struggle alone.

My therapeutic approach is based on attachment theory, which maintains that in regards to our loved ones, we need each other, but it’s not a matter of clinging to each other or losing our independence. The idea is that when we are securely attached and our bond is safe and strong, our growth and development as human beings is nurtured. I specialize in working with anxiety and depressive disorders in individuals and adolescents. My other specialty is in couple counseling, focusing on helping to improve a couple’s dynamic through the maintenance of boundaries and perspective, and improving intimacy. I also work in women’s issues/roles, including fertility, pregnancy and post-partum concerns.

I have training in levels I-IV of Emotional Transformation Therapy (ETT), which is geared towards facilitating fast relief of emotional distress associated with traumatic events. ETT is a new brain-based intervention using light/color that can dramatically alleviate unresolved emotions around personal conflicts in a gentle and meaningful way. For more information, visit www.ettia.org. I am also trained in The Incredible Years, a parenting skills and bonding enhancement program. My couple therapy training includes the Gottman Method, and Emotionally Focused Couple Therapy (EFT).

I am a Licensed Marriage Family Therapist (License # 92600) who graduated from the California School of Professional Psychology with a Masters degree in Marriage and Family Therapy. I am a member of the California Association of Marriage and Family Therapists (CAMFT) and am currently supervising Associate Marriage and Family Therapists. I am a bilingual therapist and speak fluent Spanish.
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