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Julie Mond

Group Facilitator

Julie brings a holistic and integrative approach to her work with clients, where the full self is welcome: mind, body, and spirit.  Her approach is rooted in her passion for human stories of courage, resilience, healing, and transformation. Her work is psychodynamic, strength based, relational, somatic, and trauma informed. She works collaboratively with her clients honoring their unique wisdom and lived experience and is passionate about creating a safe space where her clients feel seen, honored, and understood. Julie aims to empower her clients to access the healer within, to move from feelings of isolation and stuckness towards a deeper heart connection with self, others, and the world. Julie brings her warmth, curiosity, and humor to her work with clients and believes in the healing power of the therapeutic relationship and group work. It gives Julie great joy to walk alongside her clients as they grow their innate resilience and human capacity to heal,  transform, and thrive.

Julie received her undergraduate degree from Barnard College at Columbia University where she studied English, Psychology, and Film. She received her graduate degree from Antioch University with a masters in Clinical Psychology with an emphasis in Marriage and Family Therapy and a specialization in Depth and Spiritual Psychology. She began her clinical work at The Southern California Counseling Center in Los Angeles, a nonprofit organization which provides affordable individual, couple, family, and group counseling to clients. Julie currently sees individuals and couples in private practice and runs groups with both adults and teens in treatment.