M.M.F.T., University of Southern California
B.A. Psychology, San Francisco State University
Cognitive Behavior Therapy
Grief and Loss
Candice focuses on helping adolescents, young professionals, couples & families in the Bay Area overcome obstacles that are holding them back from living out the life they desire. She provides guidance through anticipated milestones like starting a new career path, exploring personal identity, preparing for marriage or the birth of a child, and unexpected life events such as emotionally navigating through a divorce, coping with the death of a loved one, recovering from a traumatic event, managing feelings of anxiety or depression, or overcoming challenges with alcohol or drug use. Candice has a clinical interest in the affects early childhood experiences, attachment style & brain development have on her clients’ behaviors, thoughts, emotions, interpersonal relationships, and overall well-being.She utilizes cognitive behavioral therapy techniques and use a strength based approach. Candice received her Bachelor’s degree in psychology at San Francisco State University and completed her Master’s degree in marriage and family therapy at the University of Southern California. Additionally, she is currently completing a certification in Interpersonal Neurobiology from the Mindsight Institute.