Arial Carr-Boothe
MAEd, Psychological Associate PSB 94026262

My name is Arial Carr-Boothe, and I am currently earning my Doctorate in Applied Clinical Psychology from the Chicago School of Professional Psychology. I currently have a Masters in Education, and am a registered Psychological Assistant, under clinical supervision of a licensed Psychologist, with the Board of Psychology. I treat a wide range of people to include, children, adolescents, and adults through individual, family and group counseling atmospheres, struggling with depression, anxiety, trauma, life stressors and relational concerns. When working with my clients, I use trust and rapport building as a primary tool for navigating through internal struggles and utilize attachment and object relations theory approaches to help treat the internal struggles, while providing a secure base for clients, and creating a safe and nurturing environment for individuals to process and explore. I find importance in creating space for comfort and expressiveness in a non-judgmental environment, so clients may work through their internal struggles, and find autonomy within their therapeutic journey, goal setting, and healing process. I also conduct psychological testing and assessments for a variety potential diagnoses such as ADHD, Autism Spectrum Disorder, Mood Disorders, Intellectual Disabilities, etc. Whether you need guidance with working through depression, life issues, behavioral concerns etc., or need clarity with more in depth, objective testing, and assessments, I am here to collaborate with you to take care of your needs. I look forward to our work together!

Modality: -Children/Adolescents(ages 9-17) -Adults(18-64)

Therapy Type: -Individual -Families -Groups

Treatment Approaches: -Attachment/ Objects Relations Theory -Person Centered -Cognitive Behavioral Therapy

Specialties: Psychological testing and assessments

Claudia Doty, M.S.
Clinical Executive Director

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 am deeply passionate about supporting the mental, emotional, and social development of youth, especially those in foster care.  That drive stems from my experience growing up in the system and the years I’ve spent working with families in the social service field. 
I believe caring for our mental health is crucial, as it affects us all in some capacity—whether it’s through our struggles or through those of people we know and love. 
My hope is that we can continue to provide quality therapy services to create a safe and supportive community.

Who I Am

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.  

I’ve spent more than 11 years working with kids and families touched by adoption and foster care, leveraging my personal story to guide them through the process.  My work as a foster youth mentor for the Children’s Bureau has allowed me to support vulnerable people as they navigate the challenges and risk factors of foster care.  Additionally, my personal experience as a foster child has also empowered me to work with prospective parents and participate in conferences to find ways to increase community opportunities.

When I’m not working, I enjoy socializing, being active outside, cooking, and anything to do with animals!

What I Do


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!