Laguna Niguel Counseling offers a range of psychotherapy services including marriage and couples counseling, child and teen therapy as well as counseling for substance abuse, depression and LGBTQ issues. You will experience a non-judgmental, supportive response to your concerns. Rest assured that your concerns will be addressed immediately and that the process of problem resolution will begin quickly and produce continuous results.
Whether your marriage counseling concerns stem from infidelity, depression, grief or an addiction, I'm confident that I can provide the tools and ongoing counseling you need to overcome your obstacles in a healthy and productive way.
To schedule a free 20 minute consultation to begin your healing process just write me an email. My email address is: firstname.lastname@example.org
Let me introduce myself, I'm Roxanne Cherry. Marriage, Family and Child Therapist. I’m committed to helping couples in relationship, adolescents, children and families resolve problems and improve communication.
By asking key questions I help clients gain insight. While focusing on your strengths, I coach, guide, and advocate for you and your best interest. You’ll learn how to navigate through common issues including anxiety, depression, anger, grief and addiction. Whether your current challenges are short or long term, together we will address issues including communication, intimacy, sexuality, gender identity, workplace, financial or learning difficulties.
Clients with special needs including those related to transgender issues are a focus of my practice. Other areas of focus include group work with parents, women, children, the LGBT community and members of a 12-Step Recovery Group including Orange County AA.
Most times counseling takes place in my office, other times by in-home counseling, video chat, or phone. Please feel free to call with any inquiry, there's no fee for the initial telephone 20 minute consultation.
For the past eight years, I have served as a certified clinical supervisor for MFT Trainees and Interns in the process of obtaining hours toward licensure. I'm happy to serve as an adjunct supervisor for trainees and interns working in non-profit and for-profit settings.
Additionally, I have special expertise in the area of supervising LGBT issues, and also provide supervision for licensed individuals.
Ph.D., Ryokan College, Human Behavior, 1991 M.A., Antioch University, Clinical Psychology, 1984 B.A., Antioch College, Liberal Arts, 1983 (including 3 years at Neve Yerushalim in Israel)