I am a licensed clinical psychologist with a doctoral degree in clinical psychology with an emphasis in marriage and family therapy from Azusa Pacific University. I am also a member of the American Psychological Association and the International Association for Eating Disorder Professionals.
I have been in private practice in since 2002 working with individuals, couples, and families. In particular, I work with people struggling with relational, emotional, and physical health issues that make it difficult for them to succeed in dealing with eating disorders, addictions, and in relationships. I have been an adjunct professor at Hope International University where I taught Philosophical Foundations for Ethics; Transition, Loss, and Death; Research Methods and Design; Introduction to Psychology; and Abnormal Psychology. Teaching enhanced and informed my work as a psychotherapist.
I believe in each person's ability to make changes that can significantly improve their life and relationships with others. My clients pick up on this belief and make changes they were never able to do so in the past.
I want to help you find hope and experience new levels of health in your relationship with your self and with others.
Kathryn Rehberg, Psy.D.