I am a healer with 30 + years of psychotherapist and teaching experience. I use Internal Family Systems Self Leadership, Mindfulness, Yoga Nidra, Enneagram, Non Violent Communication, Hand in Hand parenting frameworks to support individual and couple’s wellness goals living their lives with less suffering and more satisfaction. I specialize in trauma resolution which releases energy to be used in more constructive ways with less effort. I see people for traditional 50 minute sessions and other configurations as desired and needed. Please see my website and online presence for details regarding therapy, consults, groups, classes and workshops. Warmly, Regina Segura (certified IFS therapist).
Trauma, like most things, exists on a spectrum. The key to overcoming it is to identify where you are on that spectrum and identify your individual challenges to happiness. That’s where I come in.
In my time as an integrative hospital therapist, I learned just how essential a holistic response is to facilitating proper healing. My practice takes into account the specific details of your personhood, and will progress at the pace that works best for you – one step, one breath at a time.
In therapy, my hope is to help turn judgement into curiosity, and to convert one’s inner critic into one’s most nurturing confidant. Together we can develop strategies to face anxiety and depression with self-assurance.
Take the first step. Call or email to schedule a consultation.
Lyndsey specializes in working with youth at school and in private sessions. She uses a strength-based modality, as well as play therapy and cognitive behavioral techniques and interventions. Lyndsey works with teens and children to increase their emotional regulation and social skills to cope with feelings of anxiety, balance the pressure to achieve at school, effectively communicate with their parents and thrive emotionally. Before founding Life Light Counseling, she had the pleasure of working with Beacon Wellness Team as a therapist to gifted teens and children, as well as many years providing counseling within our Public and Private Schools, Campbell Union School District and The Harker School. She received her Masters degree in Clinical Psychology from the Chicago School of Professional Psychology.
When not in the office she enjoys time with her son and family. She loves the beach, museums, travel and dance.
Lyndsey is a licensed marriage and family therapist #113189.
Hello, I’m Kamaria, a third year art therapy graduate student, at Notre Dame de Namur University. I am looking for adults of Color who have experienced racialized trauma in their educational experiences to be part of a therapeutic arts healing group and study for 4 weeks (90 min on zoom).
My path to Art Therapy encompassed growth and discovery in the fields of education, social services, mental health, community organizing, vocational rehabilitation, political, and legal fields. During these varied experiences she was introduced to art making and discovered the therapeutic nature of art through personal process. The universality of Art Therapy is beautiful, every individual ranging from nonverbal with physical limitations to extremely able cognitively and physically, can benefit from it. With a BA in International Studies from UNC-Charlotte, Kamaria’s multi-cultural knowledge will enhance her ability to work with various communities and accommodate traditional healing needs. Kamaria looks forward to continuing to work in underserved communities and helping destigmatize therapy, as Art Therapy is the bridge that allows traditional talk therapy to be more accessible and less intimidating, especially for those often forgotten and omitted from history.
Ride the wave…
Ride the wave is an expression that reminds us that sorrow, pain, happiness, triggers, relapses, slips, high highs, low lows, and everything in-between need not be waves that consume us, overtake us, define us, or drown us; rather we can gently and skillfully navigate these waves, from the surface, as if on a psychological or spiritual surfboard, with the help of others, our Wise Mind, our Higher Power, or Self, or Source keeping us afloat.
Our offices in Santa Cruz sit on the unceded territory of the Awaswas, one of the eight divisions of the Ohlone people. Their descendants are known today as the Amah-Mutsun Tribal Band. You can learn more about their conservation efforts that continue to this day and consider a donation HERE. Our offices in Oakland sit on the unceded territory of the Bay Miwok, also of the Ohlone people. Some of their descendants are members of the Muwekma Ohlone Tribe.
We honor the history that precedes us, we are grateful for the opportunity to work and live here and offer healing and relationship to clients and each other, on these indigenous peoples’ traditional homelands.
Please join us in taking a moment of silence to pay respect to all Ohlone people past and present.
IN RECOVERY, ABOVE ALL, WE HAVE OPTIONS, AND REMEMBERING WE HAVE OPTIONS HELPS US RIDE THE WAVE.
HOPE SANDLER ADHD COACHING
Consultant, Executive Function Specialist, Advocate
Hope is an ADHD coach and consultant with 30 years experience in the human development and education fields. Her passion is to provide coaching for ADHD individuals and couples, as well as offer groups, presentations, workshops and training on ADHD to professionals and ADHD audiences.
Hope specializes in working with clients with or without an ADHD diagnosis, and the significant people in their personal and professional lives. She provides services that increase personal effectiveness and life satisfaction for the adults and young people she coaches.
Hope brings training and facility in ADHD coaching skills; knowledge about ADHD, including a thorough understanding of the neurobiological nature of ADHD and co-morbid conditions; familiarity with current literature and research about ADHD; a fund of ADHD coaching tools, strategies and interventions and the skill to use them appropriately.
As someone with ADHD, Hope has a unique and personal insight into many of the struggles her clients may be experiencing.