High functioning adults with Autism Spectrum Disorder or Aspergers
Families of individuals with special needs
DBT for adults and teenagers
Anxiety and Depression in Gifted Children
Individuals, Couples, Families, Children
Introduction: Aletheia Regier is a registered marriage and family therapist intern and a master’s graduate of Phillips Graduate University with a double concentration in Co-Occurring Disorders and Mindfulness. Aletheia has a deep passion and interest in a variety of therapeutic issues, and brings a person-centered, unconditional positive regard approach to her clients while providing CBT and DBT structure, resources and tools in therapy. Aletheia has experience working in an IOP setting and teaching a variety of groups, including Mindfulness, DBT, Recovery in Literature and Film, Co-Dependency, Living in the Solution, and process groups. Aletheia also has Counseling Center experience from David H. Fox Center in Chatsworth, where she worked with families, couples, individuals, teens and children.
Currently, Aletheia facilitates or co-facilitates DBT, DBT for Teens, Visualization Vacation, Meal Support, and Eating Disorder Support at The New Beginnings Center in Camarillo, as well as seeing individuals, families, couples, teens and children individually.
What is DBT? Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT) is a cognitive-behavioral approach that provides tools for integrating Mindfulness into daily practice, managing emotional responses, surviving traumatic and distressing situations, and improving personal relationships. DBT is an evidence-based therapy that has helped countless teenagers and adults acquire the tools they need to cope with overwhelming situations.
Memberships: AAMFT – American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy CAMFT – California Association of Marriage and Family Therapists APA – American Psychological Association LAGPA – Lesbian and Gay Psychotherapy Association IAEDP – The International Association of Eating Disorders Professionals
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