Julie Greenberg, MFT-I
Julie entered the healing profession as a physical therapy assistant after receiving her BA in physical education with a concentration in pre-physical therapy from San Francisco State University. Following her passion for the integration of mind, body, and spirit, Julie earned her MS in counseling psychology at Dominican University in San Rafael in 2010. She has provided psychotherapy and group therapy in a variety of settings. At the Novato Youth Center, she provided counseling for Kindergarten through fifth-grade students at an elementary school and for teens, adults, couples, and families in the agency’s clinic. She also provided therapy for adults at the Petaluma People Services Center. She was a clinical team member at the Family Service Agency of Marin, where she provided psychotherapy for adults, teens, couples, and families dealing with addiction, recovery, and trauma. Julie currently provides psychotherapy to adults, adolescents, and couples, and Parent–Child Interactive Therapy to families in her private practice. Her work is focused on participants with chemical dependency, dual diagnoses, PTSD and complex trauma, substance use disorders, multigenerational trauma, and substance use and the phases of recovery. Her passion is guiding those seeking healing from the disease of addiction and trauma and supporting a path to recovery, to ultimately help them live a life they can find meaningful.