Dr. Genesee Herzberg received her doctorate in Clinical Psychology from the California Institute of Integral Studies. She trained in MDMA-assisted therapy for PTSD with MAPS and Ketamine-assisted therapy with the KRIYA Institute. She offers individual, couple and family therapy, ketamine-assisted therapy, and non-pathologizing and skilled support in integrating psychedelic experiences. Dr. Herzberg specializes in helping people heal from childhood trauma, cultural trauma, and loss. She is sensitive to the impact of oppressive structures and issues related to race, culture, gender and sexual identity.
Dr. Herzberg's approach is depth-oriented, relational, somatic, and mindfulness-based, with a social justice lens. She is skilled at creating a safe, warm, and nonjudgmental environment. Her gentle curiosity and compassionate understanding support people in sorting through confusion, overcoming challenges, improving relationships, and becoming more authentically themselves.
"Genesee provides a calm, professional, and nonjudgmental therapy environment. She is patient, insightful, and aptly offers feedback. My experience working with Genesee was a helpful and supportive one, where she was refreshingly transparent, and consistently held a rigor and attention to understanding diverse backgrounds and ways of thinking. I'd recommend her practice to any friend because of her clear dedication to her work, and therefore to her clients."