Rhiannon Martin, LMFT License #15596 in AZ and CA #99793
Rhiannon has had the pleasure of working with all ages over the last few years and has gained extensive experience working with teens and young adults. Through working in various high school settings as well as junior college she has learned that the difficulties and struggles facing young adults today can lead to not only stress but anxiety, depression and many other issues leading to an unfulfilling and unhappy life.
Through support, guidance, confidence-building and focusing on finding and using strengths Rhiannon has helped not just young adults, but people of all ages facing these struggles come to a better, more peaceful and productive place in life. Rhiannon also has experience working with domestic violence issues. She has the state of California 40 hour domestic violence training and did an internship at a domestic violence shelter where she provided individual and group therapy to victims of DV and their children.
YOU already have positive skills and tools but may find yourself stuck and just need to learn some new tools in order to continue your journey forward. I help you capitalize your strengths in order to build new ways of thinking and decision making and change your behaviors so YOU can get unstuck!!! When we can truly embrace and explore our current circumstances, we can then courageously change or enhance our lives – be it in love, relationships, health, fitness, work, or even money. Life is filled with joyous and painful events. Some of the greatest gifts can come through the most painful events of our lives. I am consistently amazed at the human resiliency that I see in the people that I support!
I work collaboratively with my clients, while also providing specific tools and techniques to help begin the process of change and growth. Topics in individual therapy include depression & anxiety, self-awareness, anger management, and stress management. Couples work often centers on communication, conflict resolution and emotional & physical intimacy. Common topics with families include parent-child conflict, sibling conflict, boundary setting and life transitions.
Masters in Counseling Psychology – National University
Bachelors in Sociology – Cal State San Marcos