Gayana Berry is a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist who received her undergraduate degree in Sociology, Law and Society from University of California Irvine and her Master of Arts degree in Clinical Psychology with Emphasis in Marriage and Family Therapy from Pepperdine University. Gayana gained clinical training and experience working in various community clinics/settings working with adults and adolescents struggling with persistent mental health illness, substance abuse and having psychiatric crisis issues.
Gayana’s greatest goal is help others find personal growth, instill hope, motivate them to live life to the fullest and maximize life with healthy relationships whether its relationship with self or others. Gayana works with adults dealing with anxiety, depression, dual diagnosis, trauma, and grief. Her education in family systems allows her to work extensively with couples struggling with marital problems, family relationship conflicts, divorce and blended families. Gayana believes communication is the key. She also works with teen and adolescents struggling with various issues including anxiety, depression, self-harm, trauma and suicidal thoughts.
Gayana’s clinical experience allows her to utilize blend of therapeutic approaches including Family Systems, DBT, Attachment Theory, Cognitive-Behavioral, Object Relation and Solution Focused Therapies. Gayana creates uniquely individualized treatment plan for every client to assist them in discovering their way to overcoming their obstacles and reaching their goals.
Gayana Berry is currently licensed as a marriage and family therapist in the state of California. LMFT 92530