We continue to offer video appointments for most patients. Dr. Cozen is currently seeing all patients by video.
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! We offer innovative, evidence based treatment for PTSD, anxiety, and panic, including EMDR, exposure therapy, and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT).
We know how hard it can be to fit therapy into your schedule. Most of our appointments are in the evenings and weekends!
Hi, my name is Matt Rojo. I am a licensed marriage and family therapist with over 12 years of experience helping individuals, couples, and families heal and grow. I know that it can be overwhelming to reach out for help, and that you're probably only doing this after you've tried everything else. I promise to provide treatment shown to be effective by clinical research, and to meet you with kindness, honesty, and acceptance.
Please feel free to check out my reviews on Yelp. If you’d like to learn more about how I’d work with you or have any questions about starting therapy, please use the form below or call me for a free phone consultation.
Matt 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 12 years of training, education and experience working in a wide variety of settings.
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.
His sensitivity, warmth and sense of humor build strong relationships with clients.
— Jeannie Wolitzer, LMFT
He is a man of integrity who has helped many people.
— Don Mathews, LMFT
Matt's humble, non-intimidating approach helps his clients.
— Alexis Stricker, LCSW
Matt is a clinician of integrity with solid clinical skills.
— Bob Carrere, PhD ABPP
He is a man who is willing to take on tough cases.
— Craig Toonder, LMFT
Matt is a skillful and thoughtful clinician.
— Gwynne Gilson, LMFT
At Walnut Creek Therapists, we aim to cultivate a climate of inclusion, an environment where all can feel safe, valued, cared for, and given an opportunity to form meaningful connections with each other and the ability to heal and grow. In all facets of our work we strive to embody what we hope to see in the world — a just, loving humanity and community in which people are free to be themselves fully — where people can embrace and pursue their most basic universal relationship and mental health needs without fear of persecution or marginalization as a result of religion, race, ethnic or national origin, sexual orientation, gender expression, age, class, mental health, physical characteristics, or disability.
We stand against all forms of racism and discrimination and stand in support of the Black community. We condemn the abhorrent impact of systemic racism in our world, our societies, and in our own business. We are committed to listening, learning and growing, so that we can better embody our values of inclusion, equality and diversity. As clinicians, we commit to becoming an anti-racist business, working in close collaboration with our diversity consultants as well as with members in our community who have experienced marginalization. Together we will fight racism, both as a principle and as a tangible reality in our clinical work and our interactions with communities across different systems of care.