Jennifer Fernández, PhD
Dr. Jennifer Fernández (PSY 26573) specializes in addiction treatment, including compulsive sexual and stealing behaviors as well as substance use disorders. She received a doctorate in Clinical Psychology from the California School of Professional Psychology and has trained under experts in the field of addiction treatment at the Harm Reduction Therapy Center and Pathways Institute for Impulse Control in San Francisco, CA.
Dr. Fernández is currently available for consultation, evaluations, and trainings. Consultations are offered to people who want to learn more about harm reduction psychotherapy and their options for addiction treatment. She also consults with family members who want to learn about addiction, the change process, and how they can be supportive to people with addiction. Professional consultation is also available for clinicians who are interested in learning more about harm reduction psychotherapy or the treatment of impulse control disorders such as compulsive sexual behaviors and compulsive stealing.
She provides disability, immigration, and forensic evaluations. Learn more at https://jenniferfernandezphd.com/psychological-evaluations/
Professional trainings are also offered for agencies wanting to train their staff on the application of harm reduction psychotherapy, institutions who want to promote evidence-based drug education, and employers interested in supporting their staff with the responsible use of alcohol. Learn more at https://jenniferfernandezphd.com/workshops-professional-trainings/
Dr. Fernández is not accepting new patients at this time.
Zoe Lantelme, PsyD
Zoe Lantelme, PsyD (PSY 31233) is joining me in providing harm reduction psychotherapy to individuals, couples, and families who are affected by drug and alcohol addiction, compulsive sexual behaviors, and compulsive stealing.
We are excited to offer psychoeducational addiction support groups for people struggling with problematic use of alcohol and drugs in addition to CRAFT groups for concerned significant others. Please contact us directly for more information.
Dr. Lantelme also has a special interest in working with women, from young to older adulthood, from diverse cultural backgrounds, and who may or may not identify as members of the LGBTQ community.
Dr. Lantelme specializes in issues related to dating, relationships, and/or sexual concerns:
- as a single parent
- later in life
- with a history of trauma
- after the death of a loved one
- after divorce (or infidelity)
- in consensual nonmonogamous relationships
Mireya Gonzalez, AMFT
Mireya Gonzalez, Registered Associate MFT (AMFT 116925) is joining us in providing harm reduction psychotherapy to individuals, couples, and families who are affected by drug and alcohol addiction, compulsive sexual behaviors, and compulsive stealing. She received her Masters in Counseling Psychology from the Wright Institute where she was awarded the American Psychological Association’s Minority Fellowship for her continued work in supporting underrepresented and underserved communities of color.
She is excited to offer a Harm Reduction Support Group as well as a Compulsive Stealing Group for folks who find group therapy to be a supportive, therapeutic environment.
Mireya comes to us from Queer Lifespace in the Castro where she specialized in providing psychotherapy for LGBTQ+ people of color.
She has a special interest in working with couples and families, as well as providing immigration evaluations.
For more information, contact Mireya at (510) 239-3545 or firstname.lastname@example.org