Take your Time.
You are coming home to yourself. "
Do you find your current relationship(s) disappointing, have trouble keeping relationships or finding one at all?
Do you sometimes wonder how much of the difficulty is about you?
The journey you begin with one of our clinicians will allow you to track and understand the unsettling and yet important feelings you have about yourself and others in your relationships. Together, we will learn more about these sometimes highly confusing relational patterns and how they may be altered to provide you with more genuinely satisfying connections.
Whether you are clear on what you would like to change, or you feel generally confused or unsettled, you are already taking great care of yourself by prioritizing time in your week for you.
Taking the step to examine this with someone else is not always easy but can be life-altering.
JENNA BENSON SHOLL
Master of Arts, Counseling Psychology – Santa Clara University
Membership Director – CAMFT, Silicon Valley Chapter
Focused training in the treatment of adolescents recovering from extensive trauma and displacement.
History of provided psychodynamic and behavioral therapy in residential, outpatient and intensive outpatient settings.
Weekly ongoing consultation and training in psychoanalysis and psychodynamic treatment
Co-facilitator – Becoming Real Center for Food Addiction
Rachel is a Registered Associate Marriage and Family Therapist under the supervision of Jenna Sholl, LMFT. Rachel received her Masters in Counseling Psychology from Santa Clara University and completed her Traineeship at the YWCA in San Jose. While at the YWCA, Rachel worked both in a school-based and a clinic-based setting. Currently, Rachel provides psychotherapy services to adults and adolescents. Rachel has a client-focused approach, pulling from a variety of psychotherapy models including Psychodynamic Therapy and Client-Centered Therapy.
Short-term consultation sessions provided for parents seeking meaningful change in parent-child relationships, child engagement and family dynamics