Welcome to Gena Castro Rodriguez Psy.D. LMFT

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Psychotherapy Practice

 

I am a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist specializing in working  with people who have experience trauma in their lives or who work with  people who have experienced trauma . Trauma can have a profound impact  on our mental health, health, relationships and every day functioning,  but it can be treated.

Issues  like depression, anxiety and PTSD can all be rooted in our traumatic  experiences and lead to negative thoughts, beliefs, behaviors and coping  mechanisms. I create a safe, supportive space for you to look at the  challenges you are facing and build on your strengths and  resiliencies. I  work in a control mastery and relational framework to  understand how current, past  or secondary trauma is in the way of your  plan for a happy and healthy life and assist you becoming your best  self. 

Services

Consultation/Training

 Trainings, consultation and other speaking engagements 

Psychotherapy

 Individual, couples and group therapy 

Clinical Supervision

 Clinical supervision for MFT trainees and interns 

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About Dr. Castro Rodriguez

   

Dr. Gena Castro Rodriguez is a clinical psychologist and licensed marriage

and family therapist. She holds a Bachelor’s Degree in psychology from

Sacramento State University, a Masters in Counseling Psychology from

the University of San Francisco, and Doctorate in Clinical Psychology from

the California Institute for Integral Studies.

Dr.  Castro Rodriguez has worked with children, youth and families in the  dependency, delinquency and criminal justice systems for the last  twenty-five years, including 10 years as the co-founder and executive  director of the Girls Justice Initiative/Youth Justice Institute. Her  personal and professional interests are in the areas of trauma, female  delinquency, cultural humility, vicitmology and gender responsivity. She  has written in the areas of trauma informed care, sexual trauma,  delinquency, LGBT youth and vicarious trauma, including her doctoral  dissertation entitled “The Relationship between sexual trauma and risk  taking behavior for African American and Latina Girls”.

Education

  

psy.D, Clinical Psychology

california institute for integral studies 

 

MA, Counseling Psychology

University of san francisco 

 

registered Psychological assistant 

#94020603 

 

LMFT

#49717 

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Gena Castro Rodriguez Psy.D. LMFT

1801 Bush Street, San Francisco, CA, USA

(415) 420-4851