Corine Garcia, LMFT
Clinical Supervisor

Nurturing Therapeutic Growth

In my role as a dedicated clinical supervisor for mental health therapists, I am driven by a profound commitment to fostering their professional development until they achieve licensure as Clinicians. My journey in the field has equipped me with the skills and insights necessary to guide individuals through various mental health challenges, including depression, stress/anxiety, confidence/self-esteem issues, coping with life changes, and enhancing optimism.

My professional journey commenced with a Bachelor’s Degree in Human Services from the University of Phoenix in 2012, laying the foundation for my passion to contribute to the well-being of individuals and communities. Building upon this, I pursued a Master’s Degree in Clinical Psychology with an emphasis on Marriage and Family Therapy from Antioch University, Los Angeles, which finalized in 2014. This advanced education equipped me with a nuanced understanding of the complexities involved in therapeutic interventions.

Having obtained licensure as a Marriage and Family Therapist (LMFT#121010) in 2020, I possess the necessary credentials to guide and mentor aspiring therapists on their path to licensure. With over 12 years of experience in the human and social services field, my professional journey has been marked by a commitment to inclusivity and a focus on diverse groups such as women, children, and survivors of domestic violence.

One of the cornerstones of my approach is supporting therapists in addressing depression, a pervasive mental health challenge that requires empathy, skill, and a comprehensive understanding of the therapeutic process. By imparting evidence-based interventions and fostering a safe, supportive environment, I guide associates in tailoring treatment modalities such as Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Humanistic Therapy, Client-Centered Therapy, and Solution-Focused Therapy to meet the unique needs of their clients battling various mental health ailments.

Stress and anxiety are also prevalent issues in today’s fast-paced world, and I am dedicated to equipping therapists with tools and strategies to help clients manage and overcome these challenges. My guidance emphasizes the importance of self-care, stress reduction techniques, and evidence-based interventions to empower therapists in supporting their clients effectively.

Confidence and self-esteem are foundational to mental well-being, and I am passionate about instilling these qualities in aspiring therapists. Through mentorship, constructive feedback, and skill-building exercises, I aim to boost the confidence of associates therapists that I supervise, enabling them to navigate the complexities of therapeutic relationships with assurance.

Navigating life changes can be daunting, and I provide associates therapists with the necessary skills to assist clients in coping with transitions. Additionally, my guidance extends to improving optimism, fostering resilience, and enhancing overall well-being.

In the realm of marriage and couples counseling, I draw on my specialized training to impart insights into effective therapeutic interventions. By sharing practical experience and knowledge, I guide clinicians in developing the skills necessary for navigating the intricacies of relational dynamics.

In conclusion, my multifaceted approach to supporting associate mental health therapists encompasses a deep commitment to addressing a spectrum of mental health challenges. Grounded in a rich educational background and extensive professional experience, I am dedicated to nurturing the growth of therapists until they emerge as competent and compassionate Clinicians.

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1672 W. Avenue J, #202
Lancaster, CA 93534
(661) 214-3044

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