Christine Lemmon, LMFT
Marriage and Family Therapist 112471
Many of the clients I have worked with have been impacted by some of the following:
Violence and abuse
Grief and loss
I am a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist providing therapeutic services to adults impacted by trauma.
In my work I understand trauma as how we are impacted by the painful experiences in our lives and the ways in which those experiences shape the way we form relationships with others, with ourselves, and the degree to which we are able to find joy.
I believe that healing is possible and that people are much more than what they have survived. I believe that everyone deserves to experience connection and delight in their life. I believe that each person I work with has different needs and deserves unique attention and understanding.
I am a white, cisgendered woman and my pronouns are she/her/ella. I strive to continually deepen my awareness of the way my race and gender influence my perspective and I am committed to being open to conversations about how these aspects of myself impact my work in the therapy.
If you are curious as to what the healing journey looks like for you and you would like to explore that here, let's begin with a conversation.
Training and Experience
Masters of Arts, Counseling Psychology with Latino Counseling Emphasis - Santa Clara University
Experience providing therapy in elementary and middle school settings, non-profit clinics, and private practice
Ongoing training and consultation in psychodynamic theory in therapy
Former contractor with Bay Area Center for Immigration Evaluations
Pro bono clinician for the Bay Area Asylum Mental Health Project of Research Institute Without Walls
Meet The Team
Marriage and Family Therapy Associates
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Jonna joined the practice in 2021 as an Associate Marriage and Family Therapist. With a Masters in Counseling Psychology from Santa Clara University, she comes with extensive experience working in the areas of mentorship, domestic violence, psychotherapy in school and non-profit clinic settings, and advocacy for girls and teens. She is currently accepting patients and is offering individual therapy to adults and adolescents.
Associate Marriage and Family Therapist 127587
Morgan joined the practice in 2022 as an Associate Marriage and Family Therapist. She received her
Masters in Counseling Psychology with an LGBTQ+ Emphasis from Santa Clara University. Morgan’s
unique experience includes extensive postgraduate education in gender and sexuality, trauma
focused therapy for both adolescents and adults, and leadership roles in mental health advocacy in
higher education. She is currently accepting patients and is offering individual therapy to adults and
Associate Marriage and Family Therapist 133701
Pooja joined the practice in 2022 as an Associate Marriage and Family Therapist. She received
her Masters in Counseling Psychology from Santa Clara University. She has had experience
providing psychotherapy in elementary schools, and in supporting domestic violence survivors.
Pooja’s unique strength is to provide culturally sensitive and trauma informed care. She is
bilingual and can provide therapy in both English and Hindi. She is currently accepting patients
and is offering individual therapy to both adults and children.
Andy joined the practice in 2022 as an Associate Marriage and Family Therapist. He provides treatment through a psychodynamic framework, integrated with an existential-spiritual and multicultural lens. He specializes in working with anxiety, depression, relationship and identity stress, life transitions, personal growth, and working with LGBTQ+ community members. His experience includes community mental health clinics, middle schools, and higher education. Andy received his Master's in Counseling Psychology with an LGBTQ+ Emphasis from Santa Clara University. He is bilingual and provides psychotherapy in English and Spanish. He is currently accepting patients and is offering individual therapy to adults and adolescents.