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Geoffrey Fletcher, LMFT

Geoffrey Fletcher, LMFT

He/him

Licensed in CA #84287
Insurances Accepted: Anthem Blue Cross, Aetna, Health Net/MHN
I seek to help clients understand themselves better while supporting their movement forward in positive directions.

My Therapy Style

I became a therapist after working for many years in business and finance. I was fortunate to then complete a master's and subsequently a doctoral program in Psychology. This professional and academic experience supports the therapy I've been providing for over a decade. By connecting academic theories with my clients' real-life situations and an empathic and thoughtful style, I seek to help clients understand themselves better while supporting their movement forward in positive directions.

In addition to working as a therapist, I have written about long-term success for couples and workplace stress and have led therapy groups on these topics as well as anxiety and depression. I specialize in these areas working with couples and individuals.

Education & Training

MA - Counseling Psychology, Alliant University

PsyD - Marital and Family Therapy, Alliant University

Get to Know Me

Why did you become a mental health professional?

I was born and raised in England where my mother worked as a medical doctor and therapist. So after spending some years in the world of business and finance I followed her footsteps. I have found it a privilege and a pleasure to work with the very diverse patients that I have treated.

What are your interests outside of work?

My interests include: exercise, bicycling, swimming and hiking. I like spending time with friends. As I was born in England, I still enjoy some British shows on TV.

What book have you read more than once?

The tin drum - Gunther Grass. It is a strange mix of psychology and history that describes very fully the feeling of being an outsider.

Favorite organization/non-profit?

The Childrens Psychological Health Center which I used to run and has done great work for children challenged by autism or trauma together with providing support for their parents