Raina Lawler, LMFT

Outpatient Clinician and Clinical Operations Coordinator

MA in Clinical Mental Health Counseling, Sonoma State University & licensed in the state of California (#119678)

Having someone to talk to in a safe, nonjudgemental space is so important to our well being. I became a therapist because I have experienced the healing that happens when people feel seen, heard, and understood through connecting with a supportive person. I can help you feel less alone, by giving practical tools to cope with your struggles, with the ultimate goal of being an emotionally healthy, connected person who can handle the challenges that come your way.

I am an IFS Informed therapist (Internal Family Systems), and when we work together we will explore the different parts of you, and how these parts and feelings are affecting your life. I also incorporate Depth Therapy, and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy approaches, and we get to decide together what will be most beneficial for you from week to week.

The therapy I provide is attachment based, which includes your attachment to people in your life, and the relationship between you and me. Building the therapeutic relationship is always step one, and we do that together by creating a safe space for you to openly share what your life is like, and what is on your heart and mind.

I have many years of experience working with youth and young adults, and have worked in a variety of settings including clinics, schools, community outreach programs, family homes, and therapeutic nature camps. I have experience working with people at different life stages and with different stresses, including:

  • Childhood trauma and abuse
  • Substance Abuse in the family (Adult Children of Alcoholics)
  • Anxiety and phase of life changes
  • Gender identity
  • Depression and grief

You are a fascinating, complex, lovable person with a rich inner world that I can help guide you through. Click the link below to get in touch.

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