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La Mesa
5480 Baltimore Drive          Suites 106 & 250
La Mesa, CA 91942
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15525 Pomerado Road         Suite C5
Poway, CA 92064
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La Mesa Psychotherapy Office Hours:

Sun: 9:00 AM - 7:00 PM

Mon: 8:00 AM - 8:00 PM

Tue: 8:00 AM - 8:00 PM

Wed: 8:00 AM - 8:00 PM

Thu: 8:00 AM - 8:00 PM

Fri: 8:00 AM - 7:00 PM

Sat: 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM

Poway Psychotherapy Office Hours:

Tue: 10:00 AM - 6:00 PM (Megan Martz only)

Administrative Office Hours:

Mon - Fri: 8:00 AM - 4:00 PM

PCCC Therapists

Positive Change Counseling Center welcomes you to meet with one of our Licensed Psychotherapists who specialize in Individual, Family and Couples therapy. All therapists are practical, interactive, solution-focused therapists. Our treatment approach is to provide support and feedback to help clients resolve current problems and long-standing patterns. We incorporate a blend of conventional and alternative approaches, drawing upon a variety of styles and techniques to incorporate what will be most helpful for each client. With sensitivity and compassion, we work with each client to help them build on their strengths to identify and achieve life goals and maximize personal growth.

Please note: All psychotherapists are independent contractors for Jennifer Lundy Family Therapy, Inc. (Positive Change Counseling Center). Each individual therapist is responsible for the legal and ethical psychotherapy treatment of their own clients. The therapists on this page are not liable for the actions of one another.


fullsizeoutput_47de.jpeg Liza Helitzer, MFT#77128

Liza is a strengths-based, empathic, client-centered therapist with a passion for working with children, adolescents, and transition-aged youth on their journey of self discovery and developing ways to cope in the world we live in.  She has also worked with numerous couples on  not only improving the ways in which they communicate with one another, but also working on really trying to understand each other on the deepest levels in order to improve their marriage.   She has over a decade of experience in the field which ranges from treating those with anxiety and mood disorders, as well as victims of various kinds of trauma and their families, to those that struggle with drugs and alcohol to cope with life’s stressors. Liza’s mission as a therapist is to empower others to create their happiest and most fulfilling lives by confronting any challenges that they face and implementing the healthiest ways to manage their stress. 

Liza earned her undergraduate degree from UCLA in Sociology in 1999 and went on to work in administrative support positions with a law firm, and then for the Veterans Medical Research Foundation before deciding to go back to school to become a therapist in 2004.

Liza graduated with her Masters in Counseling Psychology from Boston College in 2006 and has been in the field in community and non profit settings for the past ten years.  Liza has experience working with the effects of various kinds of trauma and is trained in Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT). Liza was a program therapist at a residential treatment facility for adolescents both in Massachusetts as well as when she came back to San Diego. For 7 years, Liza dedicated her work to coordinating Wraparound services to children and teens within the system of care in San Diego County so that they can safely reunify with their families from foster care or juvenile hall. Liza has also done group therapy for both adults as well as adolescents who struggle with substance use concerns. Liza’s therapeutic approach is very individualized to each client, couple or family, but generally focuses on strengths-based and solution-focused interventions to empower clients toward their own positive changes.

Contact Liza directly at:


(619) 733-6414

image1.pngKelly Williams, MFT#96873

Kelly Williams is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist with over 10 years of helping children and adults achieve healthier family dynamics. Since graduation with her bachelors in psychology with an emphasis on early child development, Kelly has worked with children from the age of 3 to 18. It was in her beginning work with children where Kelly gained an interest in helping adults work to contain their interpersonal stressors that without treatment impact the rest of the family.

Kelly is currently accepting new referrals for individuals, couples, families and children.  However when seeing children, Kelly finds it important that the parents have an active role in treatment, as it is a family effort to seek improvement. 

Kelly strives to provide a space for clients to feel as comfortable as they do discussing their problems with a friend over coffee or while meeting for a play date.  One way she helps build this feeling of familiarity is through her own awareness of cultural, sexual, and gender variances that impact everyone in different ways.  Kelly understands that it can be a big step to start therapy for the first time. So it is in the relationship between client and therapist that encourages you to come back even after the hardest of sessions. Overall Kelly utilizes her sense of humor, humility and overall enjoyment of the therapy process to help her clients succeed.

Contact Kelly directly at:


(619) 733-6414

HeatherGibsonHeadshot.jpg Heather Gibson, MFT#97630

Heather Gibson is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist who is excited to offer her therapy services to clients in need. Heather has experience treating individuals struggling with Major Depressive Disorder, Anxiety Disorders, Adjustment Disorders, life stressors and trauma. Heather additionally has a special interest in treating individuals experiencing bereavement, grief & loss.

Heather earned her Bachelor's degree in Psychology with a minor in Philosophy at the University of California San Diego in 2010. After completing her undergraduate degree, Heather completed her Master’s degree in Marital and Family Therapy at the University of San Diego in 2014. Heather has a background in clinical and pharmaceutical research and gained experience working with individuals at UCSD, the VA, and Artemis Institute for Clinical Research. After completing her graduate degree, Heather completed her MFT Internship at (and continues to offer psychotherapy at) the UCSD Family Medicine Collaborative Care Program, working alongside physicians, psychiatrists, MFTs and Psychologists. Heather’s training in the UCSD Collaborative Care program has allowed her to gain experience treating a range of individuals, with varying mental health concerns, taking an integrative and evidence-based approach.

Heather is trained in a variety of theoretical models including: CBT, Behavior Modification, Narrative Therapy, Bowen Family Therapy, Structural Therapy, Motivational Interviewing, and Solution Focused Therapy. In her work, Heather adopts a , “bio/psycho/social/spiritual” perspective, seeing all of the parts that make the client whole. Heather welcomes clients of all backgrounds, ethnicities, faiths, genders, and sexual orientations to join her in working toward creating meaningful change. Through empowerment and creating self-efficacy, Heather hopes to join clients on the journey of creating the life they envision for themselves. 

Contact Heather directly at:


(619) 733-6414

MM headshot.jpeg Megan Martz, LPCC #2676

Since 2010, Megan has provided individual, family and group therapy to youth and adults struggling with a wide array of mental health symptoms related to trauma, depression and anxiety, behavioral difficulties, safety concerns, and ADHD. She has worked in a number of intensive settings with an emphasis on supporting teens and young adults, along with their families, to more effectively navigate life's challenges.  She approaches each participant from a collaborative and strength based lens; tailoring treatment interventions to each individual's unique needs. At Positive Change Counseling Center, she aims to create a safe and supportive space where we can begin the process toward living a happier and healthy life.

Contact Megan directly at:


(619) 733-6414

Please note: Megan sees clients in La Mesa on Sundays and Mondays and in Poway on Tuesdays.

LeaW headshot small.JPG Lea Walchshauser, MFT#53663

Lea has been providing mental health services for over 9 years helping families and individuals with her holistic approach to therapy. Lea has extensive experience developing treatment plans that combine talk therapy, play therapy, lifestyle modification, and incorporating yoga as a means for long lasting lifestyle changes. Lea serves a broad spectrum of clients with experience ranging from marriage and family therapy, drug addiction, trauma, and children, adolescents, and adults with anxiety and depressive disorders. Lea will work with you to build a personalized treatment plans aimed at helping you reach your specific goals. 
Lea earned her bachelors degree from the University of Kansas in 2004. In 2010 she fulfilled her passion to be of service to others by completing the Master of Counseling Psychology program at National University in La Jolla, CA. Lea has certifications in Play Therapy and Mindfulness. In the spring of 2016 Lea graduated from yoga teacher training and offers weekly classes for the community. Lea incorporates elements from yoga such as breathing, mindfulness, meditation, and physical movement where appropriate for her clients. 
Lea is currently accepting new clients.

Contact Lea directly at:


(619) 733-6414



RREYNOLDS headshot 1.jpgRebecca Reynolds, MFT#49473

Rebecca Mikell Reynolds, MA LMFT BSN RN is both a licensed marriage and family therapist and a registered nurse with over eighteen years of adult & pediatric critical care experience. She provides a warm, caring and compassionate environment to identify and address the issues that prevent individuals and families from becoming their best personal and professional selves.

Rebecca applies a bio-psychosocial approach to therapy where biological, psychological, social and spiritual factors each play a significant role in acute and chronic illness, as well as assist in determining one’s unique path toward mental and physical health. Rebecca believes that creating and maintaining wellness is essential for living a high quality of life. She works collaboratively with her clients to achieve their own wellness goals, and views mental health as an active process of becoming aware of destructive patterns and identifying life-affirming choices that will lead toward a healthy and more fulfilling life. Rebecca integrates techniques from cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), compassion focused therapy (CFT) and Bowen Family Systems with concepts from Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction (MBSR), Narrative and Solution-focused therapy.

As a seasoned healthcare professional, Rebecca is passionate about her work with physicians, nurses, first responders and other emergency personnel to subdue the stress and anxiety that can arise from encountering human pain, suffering and death on a daily basis, as well as to improve the communication skills necessary to ensure more positive interactions with those around them. Her areas of expertise include bereavement counseling, transition support for new graduates applying theory into practice, management of lateral violence, treatment of vicarious trauma & secondary victim phenomenon and prevention of professional burnout.

If you or a loved one are currently suffering from emotional or psychological issues and are seeking encouragement and guidance to find balance and promote optimal wellness, please contact Rebecca Reynolds for a consultation. 

Contact Rebecca directly at:


(619) 733-6414


KasiB headshot small.JPGKasi (Kazaran) Barkawi-Buck, MFT#50604 

Kasi is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist with the State of California Board of Behavioral Sciences. Born and raised in Southern California. Educational background includes Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from California State University, Long Beach; Master of Arts in Counseling Educational Psychology emphasis in Marriage and Family Therapy from the University of Nevada, Reno.  Certified Clinical Trauma Professional with the International Association of Trauma Professionals.  In September of 2016, certified to provide Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) therapy.  Relocated to San Diego, California with her spouse who is active duty in the United States Navy.  

Career in the mental health field began in the hospital/psychiatric setting with focus on patient care.  Transitioned to working with children of various age groups during the Millennium which includes counseling in a group home environment for adolescent male convicted sex offenders, career counseling to young adults attending a government residential educational program and school counseling services to children in an elementary school setting.  Current work experience of 6.7 years with a community based program for adult individuals, couples and families with the County of Orange to provide therapeutic services to a diverse community suffering from multiple forms of mental health related issues.

Kasi provides therapy, counseling, advocacy and education to individuals, couples, children and families; loved ones who encourage the healing process.  Guides the individual to achieve his/her optimal level of contentment.  Specialized to work with life stressors, conflicts with interpersonal relationships, difficulty with communication, feelings of sadness and worry, grief, fluctuations in energy and mood, loss of interest, negative thinking, self-esteem, abuse and trauma.  Familiar with the military community; welcome military spouses and children.    

Educational career influenced by Psychoanalytic Theory and Gestalt therapy; trained in Motivational Interviewing, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Dialectal Behavioral Therapy, Brief/ Solution Focused Therapy, Stress Management, and Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing.    


Contact Kasi directly at: 


(619) 733-6414


AmyBHeadshotSmall.jpgDr. Amy Balete, PsyD#24979

Dr. Balete is a licensed clinical psychologist specializing in assessment and treatment of children, adolescents and their families.  Dr. Balete serves a broad spectrum of clients and designs treatment to the individual needs and appropriate developmental level of each client.  Through a collaborative approach, Dr. Balete builds on existing strengths, providing support, practical feedback and interventions to effectively address concerns. She utilizes evidence-based practices, such as Cognitive Behavior Therapy, Motivational Interviewing, Dialectical Behavior Therapy and Systems Family Therapy. Specialty areas in which Dr. Balete provides developmentally appropriate assessment and intervention include: anxiety, depression, grief and loss, family conflict, and transitional aged youth (18-25 years old).

Dr. Balete grew up in Kansas and attended Emporia State University for her undergraduate studies.  She then received a Master of Science in Counseling Psychology with an emphasis in Marriage and Family Therapy at California Baptist University, Riverside CA.  Dr. Balete received her doctoral degree from Alliant International University, California School of Professional Psychology, Los Angeles, CA. 

Contact Dr. Balete directly at:


(619) 733-6414

Deanna headshot.jpg Deanna Jimenez, MFT#89989

Deanna enjoys working with diverse populations and is dedicated to providing multi-culturally sensitive services tailored to meet each client’s needs. Deanna believes all individuals possess the tools needed to have healthy fulfilling lives and when given the appropriate guidance can be successful in doing so. Utilizing a strength – based, trauma- informed approach, Deanna focuses on helping her clients use appropriate coping and life skills to live a well – balanced life.

Deanna is a bilingual Spanish/English therapist who specializes in working with children, adolescents and families.  Her experience ranges from working as a behavioral therapist serving children and youth on the Autism Spectrum to working at a non-profit agency serving youth with high and complex needs. She has experience working with clients dealing with depression, anxiety, trauma, self-identity/esteem issues, self –harming, ADHD, and various behavioral issues. She has also helped families with parenting, domestic violence, and stage of life transitions.

Deanna received her Masters of Arts in Marital and Family Therapy from the University of San Diego in 2012 and her Bachelors of Arts in Psychology from the University of California, Santa Barbara in 2009. 

Contact Deanna directly at:


(619) 733-6414


MW headshot.jpgDr. Megan Wilson, PsyD #22850 (not currently accepting new clients)

Dr. Megan Wilson, Psy.D. obtained her doctorate in 2008 from the California School of Professional Psychology, going on to complete her residency in Child Trauma. As a Certified Eating Disorder Specialist (CEDS), she has implemented and directed both eating disorder and substance abuse programs in multiple agencies, and is passionate about teaching recovery. She employs evidenced-based approaches including EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing), CBT (Cognitive Behavioral Therapy), TF-CBT (Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy), DBT (Dialectical Behavioral Therapy), MBSR (Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction), and Family-Based Therapy. Dr. Wilson has also served as an International Trainer with child victims of human trafficking, a member of the Crisis Unit with the San Diego Police Department, and as a Psychological First Aid Instructor in disaster response with the National Child Traumatic Stress Network.

Dr. Wilson is committed to restoring health by guiding others in strengthening important relationships, improving emotion management, practicing effective coping and thinking, and healing from traumatic events. Her passion is to bring both hope and renewed sense of value to individuals she meets.

Contact Megan directly at:


(619) 733-6414


fullsizeoutput_47db.jpeg Odelia Morovati, MFT#78963

Odelia Morovati is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist and Registered Play Therapist, specializing in work with children, teens, and their families.  She is additionally passionate in working with adults, specifically on early childhood trauma. Odelia has over 7 years of experience working at a non-profit organization serving underserved populations and at-risk youth and is committed to restoring lives shaken by stress and traumatic events. She believes in the importance of creating a safe, trusting, and non-judgmental environment, especially for children and teens.

Odelia has a deep understanding of the effects of trauma on children, families, and adults. She specializes in anxiety, depression, PTSD and complex trauma (I.e. physical, sexual, neglect, and emotional abuse, DV, life adjustments, grief/loss) and recognizes that traumatic experiences can impair a child’s ability to function each day in the following ways: brain development, attachment patterns, emotional regulation, self-harm, behavioral capacity, learning and school performance, self-worth and social skills. Survivors of childhood trauma generally experience a common set of problems as adults when they do not receive effective treatment. Odelia’s areas of expertise additionally include attachment repair in foster and adopted children, as well as other youth who have suffered attachment injuries with primary providers. As children, adults and families, we all face obstacles and experience traumatic events which shape our personalities and behaviors. Odelia firmly believes relationships are the heartbeats of life and strives to provide an integrative approach in working with and supporting parents or loved ones in the healing process.

Odelia received her undergraduate degree in Psychology and Child Development from San Diego State University in 2008 and earned her Masters of Arts degree in Marriage and Family Therapy at California School of Professional Psychology (CSPP), Alliant International University in 2010.  She is trained in Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR), an effective protocol that allows clients to become "unstuck" from past negative events and move forward to enhance life.

She has additional training in Attachment Theory, Mindfulness, Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavior Therapy (TFCBT), Solution Focused Therapy, and has her Certification in Play Therapy. She enjoys utilizing creative interventions, such as art, music, and sand-tray therapy. Odelia hopes to help clients on a journey of healing and empowerment to become the best version of themselves.

Contact Odelia directly at:


(619) 733-6414

EZ_website_pic.jpgDr. Emily Ziegler, Psy.D. #21402

Dr. Ziegler received her doctoral degree in forensic psychology from California School of Professional Psychology in 2005, after completing an APA-accredited internship in clinical psychology at a community mental health agency.  On internship, she worked with individuals and couples, as well as children and adolescents.  Emily also has experience working with both the victims and perpetrators of domestic violence and sexual offenses.  For the last several years, she has worked in a correctional facility and has extensive experience in the treatment of depression, anxiety, substance abuse, grief and trauma-based disorders.  In addition to therapy, Dr. Ziegler is well-versed in formal psychological testing and is adept in the use of intellectual, achievement, personality, projective and neuropsychological assessment measures.  Lastly, she is a Divison of Workers' Compensation Qualified Medical Examiner.

It is unlikely that we would delay treating a broken leg or a chronic medical condition, such as high blood pressure.  However, when feeling unhappy, anxious, stressed or unmotivated, one can often feel that waiting or toughing it out is the right solution.  Emily believes that seeking treatment, much like with other medical conditions, can be necessary to heal and can help avoid prolonged suffering.  Most of us will encounter a time in life when we could benefit from slowing down, taking care of ourselves and taling about different courses of action with someone who is caring, practical and objective.  Dr. Ziegler has a dynamic, individualized approach. She will work to be attuned to your unique needs and to create an environment in which you feel heard.

Contact Dr. Emily Ziegler directly:


(619) 733-6414


Carol Carol Dawidowicz, MFT#49433

Carol Dawidowicz is passionate about helping people improve their well-being and relationships. She has been working as a therapist with children, teens and adults since 2005. Carol started her counseling career at a non-profit agency serving at risk youth. Carol has over 2 years of experience working with military service members and their families. She has treated clients dealing with anxiety,depression, trauma, family of origin issues, grief & loss, separation & divorce, issues of identity/self esteem, and relationship problems. She has also worked with couples facing a variety of challenges including parenting issues, infidelity, communication difficulties, intimacy problems, conflict and domestic violence.

Carol received her undergraduate degree in Psychology from the University of Virginia in 2000. She obtained her graduate degree in Marital and Family Therapy from the University of San Diego in 2006. Carol is a CAMFT member in good standing.

Carol values diversity and strives to understand the unique needs of each individual. She helps clients identify their strengths and develop the tools and relationship skills to lead a more productive and satisfying life.

Contact Carol directly at:


(619) 733-6414


KHP_Headshot.jpgDr. Kristin Herzberg Purdy, Ph.D. #27449

Dr. Herzberg Purdy received her doctoral degree in clinical psychology at the University at Albany, SUNY in New York in 2013 and received her B.A. in Psychology from UCLA in 2004. Dr. Herzberg Purdy specializes in treating PTSD and anxiety disorders, particularly with time-limited, evidence-based treatments. Specifically, she has training and experience in delivering Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Prolonged Exposure (PE) Therapy and Cognitive Processing Therapy. Dr. Herzberg Purdy is also expertly trained in mindfulness-based approaches such as Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT). Dr. Herzberg Purdy is passionate about providing clinical services to individuals from diverse cultural backgrounds and has strived to provide warm and compassionate care in various treatment settings, including hospitals and community clinics. In addition to private practice, Dr. Herzberg Purdy also currently works at the Veterans Medical Research Foundation in La Jolla as a clinical research psychologist. In this role, Dr. Herzberg Purdy is the lead clinical evaluator, delivering gold-standard PTSD assessments, as well as coordinating recruitment and screening efforts for a Department of Defense funded PTSD research study.

In her work with trauma survivors and otherwise, she has helped individuals to strengthen intimate and family relationships as well as provided resources and support to those who have endured abusive relationships. She also enjoys teaching stress management, mindfulness and other skills in order to help individuals to live meaningful and fulfilling lives consistent with their values and goals. While practicing empirically-supported treatments, Dr. Herzberg Purdy understands that every person is unique and thus flexibility is important in order to meet each client’s needs. Additionally, Dr. Herzberg Purdy believes in fostering a safe and supportive environment in which a solid therapeutic relationship can be built and clients are empowered to achieve personal growth and a sense of self-sufficiency. In addition to providing therapy, Dr. Herzberg Purdy has also worked as a clinical supervisor of students and interns, provided psychological testing and clinical assessments, and taught various psychology courses. Additionally, her research interests have closely paralleled her clinical interests and have focused on evaluating the effectiveness of treatments, particularly ACT, for anxiety and PTSD.

Contact Dr. Herzberg Purdy directly at: 


(619) 733-6414


Jennifer LundyJennifer Lundy-Aguerre, MFT#42025

Jennifer currently provides treatment for post traumatic stress, general anxiety and depression, as well as consultation for new/expectant parents as they adjust to the many changes having a child can bring. 

Jennifer specializes in treating adolescents and adults with a variety of anxiety and depressive disorders. She will work with you to address past trauma, decrease work-related stress and teach you skills to help get "unstuck" with challenges you may be facing. She also does a great deal of work with couples and families to address common relationship concerns, such as: communication, conflict resolution, trust, intimacy issues and financial concerns. Relationship therapy focuses on providing couples with skills to help increase trust, gain intimacy and strengthen their overall relationship. 

One of Jennifer's passions includes working with expectant and new parents on their journey as they work toward creating a special space for the newest member of their family.  As an advocate for parents, Jennifer believes in the importance of understanding your rights during pregnancy, childbirth and beyond in providing the care you feel is best for you and your family. 

Jennifer received her Bachelors degree in Psychology from the University of Iowa in 2000 and a Masters of Arts from the University of San Diego in Marital and Family Therapy in 2002.  Jennifer co-founded Positive Change Counseling Center in 2006 and with over 10 years of experience she continues to provide effective treatment to her clients. She has worked as a Research Therapist at the Veteran's Medical Research Foundation in La Jolla providing evidence-based Prolonged Exposure therapy to U.S soldiers returning home from combat who are challenged by Post Traumatic Stress Disorder from combat and other traumatic events. Success rates are high in minimizing and eliminating issues such as increased fear, depressed mood, flashbacks, and poor concentration related to traumatic events including physical violence, sexual and combat trauma. Following an intensive training by the Office of Problem Gambling, Jennifer became registered in 2010 with the State of California to provide free treatment to individuals and family members affected by Problem Gambling.  Jennifer's background also includes human relations and diversity trainings, supporting survivors of domestic violence, providing in-home services for at-risk youth, facilitating an anxiety support group and providing residential treatment for adults with chronic mental illness and addiction.

Contact Jennifer directly:


(619) 733-6414

AA headshot.jpegAnna Askew, LPCC#2262 (not currently accepting new referrals)

Anna believes in a holistic approach to therapy, combining Mindfulness practices with Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and other evidenced-based interventions. She works equally well with teens, adults, couples and families, and has over 10 years of experience in the field. Anna uses an experiential type of therapy, helping her clients integrate mind, body and emotions to get to the core of their issues in a compassionate way. She has extensive experience helping clients manage anxiety, phobias, depression, trauma issues, life transitions, attachment, relationship and communication issues, ADHD, grief and loss, and other issues. 

Anna is a bilingual English-Spanish Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor. She was awarded her Bachelor’s degree in Psychology and Family Studies and Human Development by the University of Arizona in Tucson; and her Master’s degree in Transpersonal Counseling Psychology by the prestigious Naropa University in Boulder, Colorado. 

Her other trainings and experiences include: TEAM-CBT by David Burns, MD., Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing EMDR, Dialectical Behavioral Therapy DBT, Motivational Interviewing MI, Internal Family Systems IFS, Trauma-Focused CBT, Gestalt Therapy, and Couples Therapy using the Gottman’s Method and Emotionally Focused Therapy. Anna is also a certified Mindfulness Instructor and a certified Domestic Violence Counselor. 

Outside of work Anna loves to spend time in nature, hiking mountains and coastal trails; she also loves nature photography, the ocean, music and art; and has a committed relationship with mindful meditation practices. 

Contact Anna directly at:


(619) 733-6414



Formerly used DBA: "Positive Change Counseling Center", now Jodi Ashton, MFT and Krysten Rudy, MFT have new business names and websites. You may click to their links below:

jodi.jpgJodi Ashton, MFT can be reached at (619) 517-5684. Jodi's website click here:

krysten02.jpgKrysten Rudy, MFT can be reached at (858) 869-4128. Krysten's website click here: