Julianne Guida, PSY.D.
Julianne specializes in treating adults, teens and children experiencing depression, anxiety, grief, trauma, PTSD, relationship issues, and stress related to life transitions. Julianne is trained in Psychodynamic/ Relational Therapy, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, Dialectical Behavioral Therapy, and Somatic Therapy. She enjoys using an integrative approach while prioritizing the significance of interpersonal dynamics, both past and present. Clients appreciate her ability to provide a warm and supportive space to grapple with some of life’s most difficult challenges. Additionally, Julianne provides parent coaching to support parents in deepening their connection with their children. Through using a Conscious Parenting Paradigm, Julianne seeks to address cycles of behavior that lead to painful feelings of disconnection and frustration. Oftentimes, within these challenging moments are opportunities for growth and healing. Julianne is passionate about helping individuals strengthen their relationship with themselves and their families.
Julianne received her Doctorate in Clinical Psychology from the Wright Institute in Berkeley, CA with an emphasis in Psychodynamic Theory. She has vast experience within community mental health care settings treating adults and adolescents. While completing her pre-doctoral fellowship at Providence Family Medicine Center, she gained a deep appreciation for the intricate connection between physical and mental health. Julianne has also worked for various non-profit agencies that support neurodivergent children and young adults with Autism Spectrum Disorder and/or with developmental differences.
Julianne’s diverse clinical expertise allows her to meet clients where they are and tailor the therapy to their unique needs. Through working with Julianne, clients can expect to deepen their insightful capacities and lead a more fulfilling life that resonates with their true self.
Psychological license #: PSY34708