Jessica Sperber, MD

Dr. Sperber has a private practice where she sees people for psychotherapy and medication management. She enjoys working with people with mood and anxiety disorders, as well as those with difficulties with relationships, coping skills, and general sense of self.

Joanne Wolf, Ph.D.

Dr. Wolf has been a licensed clinical psychologist since 1992. She has worked at UCSD, in a group practice, in private practice in San Diego, and led workshops to help women heal from trauma. She has a special interest in

Sylvia Vella, Psy.D., LMFT

I learned about Practical Recovery from a colleague and became captivated when I saw the positive results from clients who attended the program. I became a part of the team in January 2015. Prior to that, I counseled members of

Nicole Kahn, LMFT

Nicole Kahn is a California licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, Somatic Experiencing Practitioner®, Certified Imago Relationship Therapist, and Trauma Touch Therapist who holds dual master degrees in psychological counseling from Columbia University. She specializes in trauma and addiction recovery and

Kristen Dahlin, M.A.

Kristen Dahlin, M.A., graduated with Honors (B.A.) from the University of California, Santa Barbara. Ms. Dahlin earned a Master’s degree in Psychology at the California School of Professional Psychology (CSPP) at Alliant International University, and is currently completing a PhD. in

Rachel Gobar, B.A.

Ms. Gobar is well grounded in several Meditation Methods or Mind Training Services as she prefers to call it. She has experience in both Business and Personal Training while working nationally and internationally. In sessions, Rachel uses your belief system

Reg Pyrke, C.Ht.

Mr. Pyrke, a master hypnotherapist, specializes in helping individuals overcome addictive behaviors. He also has sub-specialties in stress-related problems and pain management. Mr. Pyrke says “hypnosis is a state of focused consciousness. Your hypnotherapist will assist you in learning how

Kristy Elbert

Kristy Elbert believes that an integrated approach to healing the addicted brain includes all facets of the mind/body human experience. Knowing that both the brain and the body have inherent healing capabilities allowing them to reach their full functioning potential,

Tish McAllise Sjoberg

Tish McAllise Sjoberg specializes in working with people who are afraid of doing art or need to unblock or reconnect to artful expression in their lives. Ms. Sjoberg also helps people who have been in “survival mode” begin to see

Kathryn Green, HHP, CYT

“The journey of 1000 miles begins with a single step,” –Lao Tzu Kathryn Green’s journey to wellness began in 1994 when a surprising and unfamiliar experience occurred at the end of a yoga class. An experience of stillness, peace and