Zoe Lantelme, PsyD (PSY 31233) provides harm reduction psychotherapy to individuals,couples, and families who are affected by drug and alcohol addiction, compulsive sexual behaviors, and compulsive stealing. She holds a doctoral degree from the clinical Psy.D. program at William James College, a Master’s of Education degree in Human Sexuality from Widener University, as well as a Master’s degree in Counseling Psychology from Northeastern University. She has received training and supervision from specialists in addiction treatment and has significant experience working with women from diverse cultural backgrounds who identify as members of the LGBTQ community.
Zoe Lantleme, PsyD
Core Skills:Working with young adults
Working with sex addiction and compulsive sexual behaviors
CRAFT training for parents and partners of people who use drugs
Certificates:Clinical Psychology PsyD
Human Sexuality M.Ed.
Location:San Francisco, CA
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 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