Hi! I’m Claudia Doty, Clinical Executive Director for Heredia Therapy Group. My goal is to manage our objectives, programs, and processes to offer an excellent service to you and your loved ones.
I’m a Clinical Executive Director with a Masters of Science in Psychology from Arizona State University and a Bachelor of Arts in Sociology from the California State University of San Bernardino.
When I’m not working, I enjoy socializing, being active outside, cooking, and anything to do with animals!
As a Clinical Executive Director, my role consists of setting and carrying out our practice’s strategies, policies, and procedures, ensuring all operational activities run smoothly.
I’m here to serve as a liaison between you, your family, and our team of health care professionals to facilitate your healing process.
To learn more about how we can support you, contact us today!
Hello. My name is Joselyn and I am a Bilingual Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist.I graduated from Alliant International University where I received my Doctorate in Psychology, as well as my Masters of Arts in Marriage and Family Therapy.I received my Bachelor of Arts degree from University of California, Irvine where I majored in Psychology and Social Behavior, and minored in Chicano Studies.
Symptoms and behaviors I have worked with before are youth with depression, anxiety, oppositional defiant behavior, conduct disorder, ADHD, auditory or visual hallucinations, suicide ideation, self-harming behaviors, low-self esteem, family conflict, and trauma, among others.
As a therapist, I firmly believe the importance of being an ally and partner in this journey where my client feels supported, cared for, acknowledged, validated, and heard. I feel that one of the best qualities I have, as a therapist, is being transparent. Transparency builds trust and honesty. The therapeutic relationship I develop with my clients is crucial in the overall progress of treatment.
As a bilingual therapist, I primarily work with monolingual Spanish speaking parents and their children. Although I can provide treatment within different modalities, my main “lens” of treatment is through Functional Family Therapy (FFT). FFT is an approach to working with family with youth at risk. My main focus through the use of FFT is to strengthen relationships in the family by opening up communication and reframing negative behavior’s by putting them within a positive relational context.
· Family Systems
· Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
· Solution Focused Therapy
· Functional Family Therapy
· Art Therapy
Hello! My name is Nancy Blumrich, and I’m the Finance Executive and HR Director here at Heredia Therapy Group. I lead and support all departments in their administration, finance, and human resources efforts.
Our mission is to help the community see that they are not alone. We are all in this together, struggling in different areas of our lives.
To learn more about how we can help, contact us today!
Early childhood and pre-adolescence can be a challenging time for children and parents alike. Parents often feel unprepared or do not understand their role in supporting their child’s emotional development. During the early childhood years, the quality of the relationship that is developed between the child and the parents can greatly influence the growth and development of the child. Parents play a critical role in modeling how to respond to strong feelings. Children need help and practice to develop their capacity to cope with and manage a variety of emotions. Feelings and behavior are closely linked; therefore, when feelings are not well managed, children’s ability to think can be impaired and maladaptive behaviors can result which could negatively impact the relationship between the child and parent. Sometimes parents can feel lost or have a painful sense of not being a “good enough” parent, even a well-meaning and conscientious parent is not free from reacting with anger or frustration when their child misbehaves. I am determined to create a safe space to discuss these frustrations and insecurities about parenting in order to strengthen and foster the relationship between the child and the parent.
I specialize in treating children and young adolescents with emotional, behavioral, and relational difficulties. I provide individual and dyadic family therapy utilizing an attachment-based theoretical framework. With a collaborative approach, I treat a variety of concerns including, early trauma, anxiety, depression, parent-child relationship problems, developmental and behavioral concerns. My view of the therapeutic process helps to support the many needs of the child, including healthy development, family relationships, and social and academic support.
My training in Play Therapy, Child-Parent Psychotherapy, and Parent-Child Interaction Therapy, allows me to integrate various relational concepts and modalities into my work with families. The collaborative therapeutic work will facilitate development of stronger relationships, social skills and coping tools to confront life’s challenges.
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*Alternative Languages: Spanish