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It is impossible for you to go on as you were before, so you must go on as you never have.

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Joanna Zygmont

Psy.D. Psychologist
CA Lic PSY24120

Joanna is a clinical-community psychologist, specializing in the treatment of complex grief, depression, trauma, post-partum mental health complications, and self- injurious behavior. She has over 20 years of experience working with people from diverse walks of life, psycho- emotional health needs, multicultural backgrounds, and life circumstances. She holds sacred the many encounters with individuals and their families, and awes at her clients’ abilities to let go of the goal of having a better past and instead, find deep satisfaction in their current lives.

Joanna’s approach is personable, compassionate, non-judgmental, and warm. She is Spanish-English bilingual/bicultural, trains emerging psychologists and other mental health professionals, and leads clinical teams around the Bay Area. She has extensive experience being part of multidisciplinary teams providing direct care, consultation, and leadership in managed care, residential, correctional, school, and community mental health settings. She provides assessments and family and individual psychotherapy.

Emily Lohmeyer

A.C.S.W. Psychotherapist
CA Reg 90609

Supervised by Joanna Zygmont, Psy.D.

Emily is an Associate Clinical Social Worker who offers a warm, compassionate, and strengths-based approach to therapy. She utilizes Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) Therapy, Emotionally Focused Therapy (EFT), mindfulness practices, and other modalities to facilitate healing and collaborate with her clients to reach their goals.

For Emily it is an honor to walk alongside those who are looking for a way forward after experiencing traumatic events, major life transitions, anxiety, depression, and other challenges. She seeks to provide a therapeutic space where people can speak freely, gain insight, find joy, and deepen their relationship with themselves and others. She is bilingual in English and Spanish and enjoys working with folks from diverse backgrounds using a social justice-based lens.

Yaneth Ulloa Tantiyavarong

A.M.F.T & A.PC.C. Psychotherapist
CA A.M.F.T #142496 & CA A.P.C.C. #15030

Supervised by Joanna Zygmont, Psy.D.

Yaneth is an Associate Marriage and Family Therapist and Associate Professional Clinical Counselor who provides a client-centered, strength-based approach to therapy. Her empathy and warmth help to create a nonjudgmental space where clients can process and heal. She utilizes a collaborative approach in which she works alongside clients in identifying and creating meaningful change.

Yaneth is passionate about mental health, healing, and social justice. She works with clients experiencing trauma, depression, anxiety, parenting and relationship challenges, life transitions, domestic violence, identity exploration and self-esteem. She utilizes various therapeutic approaches including trauma informed, attachment-based, narrative, somatic and mindfulness-based interventions. She is bilingual in English and Spanish and enjoys working with individuals from diverse backgrounds.

Karin Cooke

A.M.F.T. Psychotherapist
CA A.M.F.T #143661

Supervised by Joanna Zygmont, Psy.D.

Karin is an Associate Marriage and Family Therapist, who uses a compassionate, strengths-based approach to helping people through welcome and unwelcome changes. Karin uses a trauma-informed, evidence-based approach to therapy, using acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT), cognitive behavior therapy (CBT), and dialectical behavior therapy (DBT) while also integrating an attachment and emotion-focused lens.

Karin provides support to people through life’s transitions, whether it is grief and loss, relationships beginning or ending, or new stages of life, including college students/graduates, new jobs/careers, new parents, empty nesters, and retirees. She works to create a comfortable and brave space for people to integrate their strengths and work towards a more hopeful present and future. With experience working with adolescents, young adults, adults, and families. Karin matches her approach to the unique needs of each client.

A curious, life-long learner, Karin enjoys music, books, and the outdoors and will happily integrate all of those into therapy. In addition to having master’s in counseling with an emphasis in marriage and family therapy from the Kaiser Permanente School of Allied Health Sciences, Karin brings experience as a health care professional, focused on strategy, innovation, and empowering people and organizations to grow and change.