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Josie Valderrama, Psy.D.
- Psychologist | PSY27913
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- 2489 Mission Street Suite 10 San Francisco, California 94110
- (415) 683-0470
About Josie Valderrama Psy.D.
- ACA/Codependency, ADD/ADHD, Anxiety/Panic, BDSM/Kink, Creativity, Depression, Fetishism, LGBQIA, Race/Ethnicity and Culture, Sex Work, Spirituality, Substance Use/Abuse/Addiction, Trauma/PTSD, Violence/Abuse
- Sliding Scale / Low Fee, Supervision/Consultation
- CBT, DBT, Experiential/Somatic Therapy, Feminist, Group Therapy, Hypnotherapy, Mindfulness
- Filipino, White/European American, Asian (Other)
Founding member of Open Minds, I have been in private practice for 4 years with over 6 years of training as a healer, as well as 6 years prior experience as a trainer. My clinical expertise and personal identification with non-monogamy, kink/BDSM, pansexuality and gender fluidity can help bridge the gap between these worlds and the venue of therapy, where inhabiting a shared reality can allow you, as the client, to feel validated and more deeply understood. In addition to working with gender and sexual minorities, I work extensively with women of color in tech. I utilize a mindfulness-based cognitive behavioral approach (Acceptance & Commitment Therapy) combined with Somatic Experiencing™ and transpersonal interventions (Dr Stephen Gilligan's Generative Trancework). Please see my website for more info.
Pronouns: She/Her, or They/Them