STACEY MACKAMAN, AMFT
Stacey is an Associate Marriage and Family Therapist who is passionate about working with others to find meaning, purpose, and contentment in their lives. She uses an existential psychotherapeutic lens and draws on evidence-based strategies and techniques such as, cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), trauma-focused cognitive behavioral therapy (TF-CBT), acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT), mindfulness-based stress reduction (MBSR), attachment theory and mindfulness self-compassion.
Stacey will work with you through wholehearted engagement on identifying and removing the obstacles to growth as well as emphasizing personal responsibility while distinguishing what brings you meaning and purpose so you can live a life according to your authentic values. In a culturally sensitive way using her understanding of intergenerational trauma transmission and her work promoting social and disability justice issues she is poised to work with all ages and demographics.
Stacey’s primary specializations are depression, anxiety and life transitions with a special passion for working with all types of traumas. Because she has experienced her own life difficulties and challenges, she has a deep understanding and profound compassion for the distress of others as well as the innate resiliency in us all.
Stacey holds a Master of Arts degree in clinical psychology and a Bachelor of Arts degree in psychology at Antioch University Los Angeles. She completed her training at the Southern California Counseling Center providing affordable mental health care for those in need.
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Q Psychology Group can do for you?
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