GLENN GOVEIA M.S., LMFT
Education and Training
Master’s of Science in Counseling, Marriage and Family Therapy; California State University, Northridge (Dec. 2003). Elected Phi Kappa Phi Honor Society, graduated “with distinction.”
Group facilitation on Anxiety, Self-Esteem, LGBT Support, & HIV/AIDS.
Providing psychotherapy to individuals and couples with depression, anxiety, life transition difficulties, grief/loss, shame, communication challenges, & sexuality questions/concerns.
Respect for a diverse population is an integral component of my practice. I have experience working with many different cultures (various ethnicities and socioeconomic levels), as well as: Elderly; LGBTQ (Graduate project: Handbook on Counseling Gays and Lesbians); HIV/AIDS and chronic illness; and the creative/artistic community. I am empathetic to each individual’s unique traditions and values, providing therapy that is respectful and culturally sensitive.
Since each person is unique, I work from an eclectic theoretical orientation including, but not limited to, the following modalities: Humanistic, Interpersonal/Relational, Psychodynamic, Solution-Focused, and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy.