Josh Kalsbeek, M.A.
Marriage & Family Therapist
MFC 88618
(408) 535-0110

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Western Seminary – Master’s (MA) degree in Marriage and Family Therapy with an Addiction Studies Certificate
California State University, Hayward – Bachelor’s (BA) degree in Art, Multimedia

California Association of Marriage and Family Therapists (CAMFT)

Addiction/Compulsive Behaviors
Art Therapy
Existential/Spiritual Issues/Spiritual Leadership Issues

Family-of-Origin Issues
Grief and Loss
Life Transition
Men’s Issues
Premarital Issues
Sexuality and Sexual Abuse

Josh is a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist and Co-Founder of the sex addiction recovery App rTribe. Learn more about this at He is passionate about helping others move from a place of darkness and difficulty towards hope and healing. He is committed to your health and will walk with you in warmth, patience, and compassion as you face the difficulties of life. He enjoys working with those struggling with compulsive or addictive behaviors, including sexual addiction, helping show a way out.

He works with adults, couples, adolescents, and groups. His experience centers around those struggling with addiction, depression, anxiety, anger, shame and guilt, spiritual and religious issues, grief and loss, and relationship issues.

He has received training as a Spiritual Director at the Institute in Spiritual Formation through Talbot School of Theology at Biola University in La Mirada and has worked on staff at a church in Long Beach, California. He completed his Master’s degree in Marriage and Family Therapy along with an Addiction Studies Certificate from Western Seminary and completed his counseling training at New Life Community Center, a residential drug and alcohol treatment center in Santa Cruz. Josh is a member of the California Association of Marriage and Family Therapists (CAMFT). He loves to spend his time in the mountains climbing and hiking, working out doing crossfit, and pursuing creative outlets such as writing.

A note from Josh:

“I get it. I have lived under addiction’s power. Isolated. Desperately trying to find freedom. Hurting myself and those closest to me. It wasn’t until I started seeing a counselor and sharing my struggles honestly that I began to deeply heal. I was accepted, made sense of addiction, and applied truth to my life. I’ have dedicated my life to share what I know about addiction and recovery with the world.It’s not easy to begin. Take that courageous first step and call me today. You don’t have to face these challenges alone.”