Katerim is a bilingual (Spanish/English) therapist who has experience working with individuals of all ages and backgrounds. She has worked in various clinical settings with diverse populations, including outpatient, schools, hospital and community-based agencies. She is very passionate about supporting people to achieve their goal and empowering patients in their life journey. Her goal is to create a safe place for patients and allow them to feel comfortable working with her as you go through the healing journey. She is committed to holding a genuine joyful safe space for patients. She adds value to her patients’ lives by helping to build courage, feel empowered, and embrace their strengths. Her work allows her to be a part of different journeys and guide people through difficult times, which she truly enjoys doing.
Pregnancy Loss Skills and Support Group
This small, intimate support group is for women who have experienced
miscarriage, involuntary abortion, stillbirth, or early infant loss. The
hope is that participants will feel connected and supported through this
group as they begin to understand and adjust to the many challenging
feelings that develop once a pregnancy or infant is lost.
Strict confidentiality is maintained and participation in the discussion is
completely optional. Sometimes, just being with others who have had a
similar experience can be comforting.
Losing a baby is an isolating and devastating experience. We support
bereaved mothers by naming the incredible challenges they are
experiencing, knowing that this group is one of the few places they can
speak the truth about the depth of their emotions and the details of their
Couples Institute Counseling
Our group of expert therapists specializes in counseling services for couples and individuals throughout the San Francisco Bay Area, and online. We help couples overcome difficulties and evolve as individuals and as a team; increasing understanding and love.
The Developmental Model of Couples Therapy explains normal and natural stages and struggles that growing couples encounter. The model provides a structure for couples therapy by identifying the developmental tasks, developmental stalemates, diagnosis and specific treatment interventions for each stage of development.
When Ellyn and Pete’s first book, “In Quest of the Mythical Mate” was first published in 1988, the theory of couples going through stages with predictable challenges and opportunities for growth was a new one. Since then it has been widely accepted, and the Bader-Pearson Developmental Model continues to grow and incorporate new depths of understanding.