Out of concern for the risk of spreading the Covid-19 virus, We are only scheduling video appointments at this time. Hopefully, we'll all pull together to keep everyone healthy!
Feel love and reconnect with your partner! We help couples save their relationships with treatment based on research. You deserve love and connection!
Anxiety is treatable! Our therapists offer innovative, evidence based treatment for PTSD, anxiety, and panic, including EMDR, exposure therapy, and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT).
We knows how hard it can be to fit therapy into your schedule. Most of our appointments are on weekends!
Dr. Jared Cozen is a licensed clinical psychologist and marriage family therapist with twenty years of experience as a clinician, supervisor, and trainer. He has worked with a wide variety of people and a broad range of issues including: depression, anxiety, PTSD, phobias, grief, relationship issues, navigating early adulthood, and coping with major life transitions.
He takes a client centered approach utilizing evidence based strategies within a supportive therapy relationship. His goal is to help clients see their problems in a more compassionate way, develop more effective coping responses and move toward a more meaningful, satisfying life.
Matthew Rojo has many years of training and experience treating anxiety disorders, providing couples therapy, and treating insomnia.
Matt provides couples therapy based on the work of John Gottman and Sue Johnson. Early traumatic experiences with others can have a negative effect on relationships. He has developed a treatment protocol that uses principles of EMDR and exposure therapy to alleviate problematic relational behaviors that originate in historical trauma. This protocol is heavily based on the work of John Gottman as well as an EMDR therapist, Ricky Greenwald.
Matt Rojo has a great deal of clinical experience and training treating PTSD, panic, and anxiety disorders using EMDR, exposure therapy, and cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT).
Matthew Rojo is a California licensed marriage and family therapist, MFC46969. He earned a master's degree in Clinical Psychology with an emphasis in Social Justice from New College of California. He has over 10 years of licensed clinical experience working in a wide variety of settings. He currently works full time at Kaiser Richmond Mental Health serving people with severe mental illness, and is working with patients in private practice in Walnut Creek on the weekends.
Matt is unable to treat patients who need help with couples therapy or anxiety in his work at Kaiser. He does not work with patients who have severe mental illness in his Walnut Creek practice. He does not provide group therapy in his private practice.