Jasmine DeGuzman

Jasmine is a Marriage and Family Therapist registered intern. She has completed her undergraduate degree in psychology and behavioral science at San Jose State University. She has continued to earn her graduate degree in counseling psychology with an emphasis in Marriage and Family Therapy at Argosy University in Orange, California. Jasmine's post internship was completed at Young Women of California Domestic Violence Center in San Diego, Haight Ashbury Free Clinics in Los Angeles and in a private practice setting.

Jasmine has been counseling for over 9 years, working with individuals, couples, children and families. Her experiences include: depression, bipolar disorder, sexual abuse, PTSD, childhood trauma, marriage crisis, chemical addiction, criminality, stress in returning military veterans and their families, trauma intervention, grief and loss, dual diagnosis, parental concerns, behavioral and crisis intervention, victims of crime, anger issues and stress management.

Jasmine also has experience in facilitating closed psycho-educational groups that include: anger management, social anxiety, Dialectic Behavioral Therapy, relationship building, understanding depression and anxiety, communication skills, crisis management, parenting skills, understanding the cycle of domestic and family violence, self-esteem workshop, and facilitating a “Celebrating Families” workshop.

Jasmine's personal thoughts:

I believe every individual is capable of tasting the passion they have for life in whatever aspect they personally desire. I continuously strive to help individuals become inspired by their own personal strengths and growth. I strongly believe that it is “the therapist's job to do everything in her power not just to promote self-understanding but to encourage risk taking.” --Kottler.

Professional member of:

California Association of Marriage and Family Therapy

Cell: (626) 893-0647