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Marie Barrett

AMFT #138302, APCC #13539

In my work, I am informed by, epigenetic, inter-generational, mind/body,

trauma-responsive ideals with a deep commitment to the concept of decolonizing

therapy. I work alongside clients from diverse intersectional identities, backgrounds, and

locations, respecting and integrating their unique cultural perspectives and experiences.

I believe that every person has the innate ability to heal and grow, particularly in

relationship. In this process, I view you as the expert on your lived experience.

I am dedicated to co-creating a safe and sacred space with clients to discover and

nurture their self-compassion, resilience, love, and wisdom, essential for managing life's

challenges. My necessary euro-centric educational journey includes a bachelor's degree

in psychology from the University of California at Davis and a master's in Marriage and

Family Counseling from Palo Alto University. These are complemented by my own

personal experiences in community, in therapy, and as a mother, partner, and

co-conspirator who has navigated systems and significant life challenges.

In my capacity as a “helper,” I emphasize cultural humility and recognize systemic

effects on mental health. I aim to provide holistic and inclusive support that addresses

both individual issues and the wider societal factors influencing mental health.

Supervised by 

Yvonne Beyer LMFT 36544

(510) 200-8410

Marie Barrett
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