Psychotherapists & Counselors Member List

Not all of our members have elected to list their practices on this site. Some of our members are students or trainees and are not currently in private practice.

All of the mental health professionals listed below claim to carry the principles of Open Minds into their work. All of our members have also agreed to abide by the ethical guidelines of our respective disciplines.

However, please understand that Open Minds has not reviewed, investigated or evaluated any of the mental health professionals who list themselves with our organization. We make no guarantee as to the qualifications or the competence of those listed on our site.

  • Rosina Roibal, MFT

  • MFT | 116474
  • | (if applicable)
  • Contact Information

  • http://www.rosinaroibalmft.com
  • 1423 Broadway #210 Oakland, California 94612
  • (510) 239-7969
  • About Rosina Roibal MFT

  • Anger Management, Anxiety/Panic, Couples/Relationship Counseling, Creativity, Race/Ethnicity and Culture, Trauma/PTSD
  • English, Spanish
  • Sliding Scale / Low Fee
  • Experiential/Somatic Therapy, Expressive Arts, Family Therapy, Group Therapy, Mindfulness, Psychoanalytic
  • Out-of-Network provider, CalVCB (victim compensation)
  • Cisgender Female
  • Mexican/Mexican American, White/European American
  • I am a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist (LMFT) based in Oakland, CA. I received my master's degree from the California Institute of Integral Studies (CIIS) in San Francisco in the Expressive Arts Therapy program. Since graduation in 2016, I have worked in community mental health with children, teens, and parents. I started my private practice in the Fall of 2020, working mostly with adults. I identify as cis-gendered, queer, and bi-racial (Chicana and white). I am open and loving of all differences. I have a life-long commitment to social justice and I work towards cultural humility and sensitivity. I have been on my own recovery journey for years, which has led to choosing what issues I specialize in. I believe that being a therapist with a lived experience of mental health recovery is powerful, especially because my own suffering and healing can benefit others. I have also experienced the power of the arts, both experiencing personal healing and transformation and utilizing the arts to make social change.