Mitchell Gale, AMFT
Associate Marriage & Family Therapist #115000
Supervised by Ingrid Higgins, LMFT &
Tricia Peterson, LMFT
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Mitchell Gale graduated from Santa Clara University with a Master of Arts in Counseling Psychology, with an emphasis in Health Psychology. He is a Bay Area who attended the University of Nevada, Reno as an undergraduate, obtaining a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology, with a research emphasis. Mitch is trained in EMDR. Mitch is working towards his CEDS (Certified Eating Disorder Specialist) certificate and has completed level 1 of 3.
He completed his yearlong traineeship at West Valley Community College, where he worked with a diverse student population in areas such as phase of life issues, intimate partner violence, substance abuse, depression, and anxiety. During this time Mitchell participated in with West Valley’s Mental Health Services Advisory Committee, which liaises with the college’s student services departments to provide wraparound care for at-risk individuals.
Mitchell is registered with the California Board of Behavioral sciences as an Associate Marriage and Family Therapist (AMFT #115000). Since registration he also has experience working with children, families, and teens regarding the challenges of severe trauma, depression, anxiety, and substance use. Mitchell believes therapy is at heart a collaborative venture that affords families and individuals the opportunity to improve their well-being, better navigate challenging life circumstances, and alleviate a wide variety of symptoms of mental illness.
Understanding the multidimensional nature of human wellness motivates Mitchell to spend his free time experiencing the beauty of California’s outdoor spaces, cultivating community with family and friends, and exploring his love of literature and the written word.