Antoinette Temple, LMFT
Antoinette graduated with a Master’s Degree in Counseling Psychology, from the graduate school of Holistic studies at John F. Kennedy University. Her practice is client-centered and collaborative based on the conviction that a client’s psyche guides the way. She has a passion for working with families and especially couples utilizing the Gottman method, and internal family systems techniques. She is currently licensed as a Marriage and Family Therapist in the state of California. She has worked in the field of substance abuse for over ten years counseling individuals and families and facilitating process and educational groups. Her formal training includes dialectical and cognitive behavioral therapy. Currently, Antoinette is studying integrated processing technique at the Institute of Healing Arts in Lindon, Utah. This technique is especially useful in helping clients process deep trauma. She specializes in holistic mind, body, and spirit modalities which help heal the effects of trauma and addiction which include, role-play, meditation, and guided imagery.
Substance abuse recovery