Carrie Cavigioli, M.A.
Associate Marriage & Family Therapist
IMF 98667
Supervisor, Jonathan H. Arnold, Ph.D.
Clinical Psychologist, PSY 6390
(650) 570-7273 Ext: 103
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 LANGUAGES:
Mandarin
Cantonese

 EDUCATION:
M.A. Marriage & Family Therapy, Western Seminary
B.S. University of Oregon

 CLIENT POPULATION:
Children
Adolescents
Adults
Couples
Families

 SPECIALTIES:
Anxiety
Anger Management
Autism Spectrum
ADHD/ADD
Cultural Issues
Depression
Family of Origin Issues
Grief and Loss
Life Transitions
Marital Therapy
Parenting Issues
Trauma Recovery

 ABOUT CARRIE:
We experience stress and challenges at different stages in life. In the Bay Area where the pace of life is fast and demanding, unresolved issues and new situations can often affect our sense of clarity, calm and balance. Carrie wishes to provide a place that is safe and accepting, to support and provide feedback and guidance to resolve personal struggles and relationship issues.

Carrie believes therapy is a collaborative approach in achieving personal growth and freedom. She is influenced by psychodynamic practices and draw from therapeutic interventions that are empirically grounded. She has experience dealing with multicultural issues, inter-generational issues as well as helping clients deal with life transitions. She like to help client work through anxiety, depression, women’s issues, family relationship challenges, grief and loss. She particularly interested in helping family with special needs children, children on the autism/ADHD spectrum, siblings of a special needs child, as well as helping couples navigate through challenges in their relationship.

Carrie is sensitive to the need of integrating faith into therapy. She is ready to work with you on resolve issues of concern. The use of spiritual disciplines in the therapy sessions is by mutual consent. As a believer in Christ, Carrie’s desire is to help facilitate a deeper understanding and growth of self, relationship with God and others.