Telehealth (Video Therapy) Clinicians

All of the therapists at Positive Change Counseling Center are able to provide telehealth sessions for their clients. The following therapists ONLY provide telehealth sessions and do not offer in-person sessions.
*Clients must physically be in the state of CA during telehealth session*


Caroline "Carolina" Moxley, AMFT

Registered AMFT #117083 (Telehealth Video Sessions Only)

Supervised by Janette Valverde, MFT #85853

Carolina is an Associate Marriage and Family Therapist who is passionate about helping clients create healthy relationships. She aids clients by helping them identify, embody, and express their emotional needs. Carolina aims to help people develop secure attachment skills so that they may enjoy nourishing and fulfilling relationships. She finds meaning in helping clients work through many life transitions and challenges so that they may construct a life which aligns with their most deeply held values and which includes a loving support system.


Carolina has a special interest in grief counseling and spent 15 months at Elizabeth Hospice where she provided bereavement counseling for both hospice families and community members. Carolina also has 2 years of experience working with college students, helping them identify their strengths, improve their relationships, and come to understand their lives more profoundly. Carolina enjoys working with a wide range of clients, including but not limited to immigrants, second-generation Americans, and transcultural clients. She also has a special interest in uplifting women by helping them increase their self-esteem, self-compassion, courage, and self-confidence.


Carolina received her Master of Science in Marriage and Family Therapy and her Master of Arts in Applied Linguistics, both from San Diego State University. Carolina's theoretical approach draws upon Narrative Therapy and Attachment Theory, which address problems from systemic and relational perspectives. Carolina strongly believes in the importance of understanding clients’ intersecting identities (such as age, race, ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation, religion, ability, and SES) and how societal discourses of power and privilege are inextricably tied to many of the problems which clients seek to address in therapy.

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Rebecca Boon, LCSW, Clinical Supervisor

LCSW #84403 (Telehealth Video Sessions Only)

Rebecca is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker specializing in stress management, grief and loss, mood disorders, family caregivers, military families, and relationship issues. She has experience providing individual and group services to adults and seniors in medical, behavioral health, and non-profit settings. 

Rebecca takes an active, non-judgmental, and creative approach in treatment to support clients in reaching their goals and sustaining meaningful growth, balance and change. She prioritizes strengths-based and client-centered approaches with respect for diverse backgrounds while offering humor, psychoeducation, and practical coping strategies to increase healthy behaviors, self-awareness, and self-compassion. She most often draws upon techniques and theories found in mindfulness, solution-focused therapy, art therapy, motivational interviewing, and cognitive-behavioral therapy. 

Rebecca received her Bachelor’s Degree in Social Work from Northwestern College in Orange City, Iowa, and her Masters of Social Work from Roberts Wesleyan College in Rochester, New York in 2015.


Marissa Muniz, MFT

MFT #130597 (Telehealth Video Sessions Only)

*Not Currently Accepting New Clients*

Marissa is a Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist who is passionate about building a strong therapeutic relationship by way of collaboratively creating a safe and transparent space for individuals. She has expertise providing individual, group, couples, and forensic psychotherapy to adolescents, teens and adults. Marissa has obtained skills in treating a variety of painful life experiences including but not limited to depression, anxiety, PTSD, complex trauma, suicidality, homicidality, personality disorders and interpersonal conflict. Specific clinical settings include private practice, intensive outpatient care, and mandated therapy working with the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation. 
Marissa received her BA in Psychology from The University of California, Riverside, and received her MA in Clinical Counseling: Marriage and Family Therapy, from Point Loma Nazarene University. She also holds several certifications in Suicide Assessment, Somatic Experiencing, and is working towards her certificate of Somatic Experience Practitioner with The Trauma Institute. Marissa utilizes a variety of techniques based in Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, Mindfulness, Cognitive Processing Therapy, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT), and The Transtheoretical Model. She also incorporates non-judgmental awareness and radical empathy into her clinical practice, with the intent to meet clients wherever they’re at in their journey.
Human experience is hard enough to process, but our strength is not measured by how much we are willing to endure. Marissa desires to walk beside you with compassion and cultural sensitivity, while also committing to continue to grow, learn and challenge herself to maintain a trusting and secure therapeutic alliance. 

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Megan "Meggie" Zanger, LPCC

LPCC #5688 (Telehealth Video Sessions Only)

*Not currently accepting new clients*


Meggie provides a compassionate, judgement-free, safe space in which she collaborates with clients to work through life’s challenges. Meggie promotes the idea that while pain is inevitable, suffering is optional. She helps clients develop psychological flexibility to prevent pain from becoming suffering. Meggie believes practicing acceptance and self-compassion is integral to achieving wholistic wellness and incorporates interventions that she practices in her own life.

Since earning her Master of Arts degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling at the University of San Diego, Meggie has worked in a variety of settings including universities, community non-profit agencies, residential treatment facilities, and private practice, providing individual, family, and couples therapy to children, teens, and adults. She has experience treating anxiety, issues of identity/self-esteem, relationship problems, trauma, adjustment disorders, and loss. Meggie’s compassion, multicultural competency, and self-awareness of her own social identities has assisted her in connecting with clients who represent diverse backgrounds.  

Meggie’s clinical passions include working with college students, empowering woman to find their voice, reduce shame, and improve their self-worth, supporting survivors of sexual assault and intimate partner violence, aiding clients in their career discernment process as well as other life transitions, promoting sexual health, teaching parenting skills, and incorporating spirituality and mindfulness into treatment.  

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