- Registered Associate Marriage and Family Therapist
Master of Arts in Counseling Psychology
I work with youth, adults, and families who are seeking a greater sense of wellbeing in their lives. I believe that each of us has the innate ability to heal, adapt, and thrive. I provide a safe, nonjudgmental space to explore, process, and thrive. I can support you in investigating patterns, deepening self-awareness, healing from old wounds, increasing self-compassion, and experimenting with new ways of being in relationship to yourself, others, and the world. Therapy is also a place to cultivate your sense of joy, confidence, meaning, energy, and ease. Together, we can work on parts of life that matter to you.
I find great joy in supporting others to improve their relationships with themselves and others. Over the past 12 years, I’ve provided care in various therapeutic settings, including community mental health clinics, middle and high school, hospice and long-term care facilities, hospitals, and private practice. I enjoy working across life stages from early childhood to end-of-life. To my clinical work, I bring a love of art, activism, science, movement, and nature.
I hold a Master’s Degree in Counseling Psychology at the Wright Institute in Berkeley, as well as a Bachelor’s Degree in Art History and Psychology from Middlebury College. I have worked in system change organizations within the fields of social innovation, sustainability, art, and education. I am a certified yoga teacher with over a decade of yoga, meditation, and healing arts practice.
My approach is holistic, collaborative, and experiential. Clients enter therapy with unique histories, hopes, and goals. Therefore, I integrate a range of effective modalities to best support you as a whole person. I incorporate mindfulness-based somatic therapy, relational therapy, attachment-focused therapy, expressive art therapy, and other research-based, trauma-informed techniques. Throughout our work, I bring a warm and attentive presence. Reach out for a free consultation today to learn more about if my approach could benefit you.
I value inclusivity and connection. I invite you as you are and who you are. I aim to celebrate your strengths and identities, as well as contextualize your experiences within social systems and power dynamics. To provide inclusive care, I actively engage in anti-racism and anti-oppression work inside and outside the therapy room.
- Youth: 12-18
- Young Adult: 18-25
- Adults: 25-65
- Seniors: 65+
- Premarital Couples
- Persons in Polyamorous Relationships
- Gender Fluid or Gender Non-Conforming Individuals
- LGBTQIAA+ persons
- Persons Experiencing Grief and Loss
- Persons in Polyamorous Relationships
- Persons Recovering from Traumatic Events/Experiences
- Persons Struggling with/Recovering from Addiction
- Persons with Histories of Physical or Emotional Abuse
- Persons with Disabilities
Adoptees; Spiritual Seekers/Practitioners
- Dialectical Behavioral Therapy
- Experiential Therapy
- Expressive Arts Therapy
- Humanistic Therapy
- Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction
- Relational Psychotherapy
- Sensorimotor Psychotherapy
- Somatic Psychotherapy
- Trauma-Informed Psychotherapy
Mindfulness- Based Self Compassion
- Credit Card
In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, I am currently offering video and phone to clients in the state of California.
- Monday Afternoon
- Monday Evening
- Tuesday Morning
- Tuesday Afternoon
- Tuesday Evening
- Wednesday Morning
- Wednesday Afternoon
- Wednesday Evening
- Thursday Morning
- Thursday Afternoon
- Thursday Evening
You can contact me by email, website, or phone. Please visit my website at sophiagreentherapy.com, email me at sophia@sophiagreentherapy, or call at (510) 214-3638 to set up a free 15 minute consultation to explore if we are a fit. I check my messages regularly and typically respond within 48 hours.
Rawna Romero, LMFT 41466