Mitchell Gale, AMFT
Associate Marriage & Family Therapist #115000
Supervised by Ingrid Higgins, LMFT &
Tricia Peterson, LMFT
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Mitchell is an Associate Marriage and Family Therapist at Campbell Teen & Family Therapy, Inc. He has experience working with children, teens and their families around trauma, eating disorders, depression, anxiety and substance use.
Mitchell is trained in EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing), a type of therapy that’s been scientifically proven to help clients heal from a variety of traumatic events.
He is also trained in Family Based Therapy (FBT), a specific type of therapy that’s been shown to be highly effective in treating anorexia. As a way to further help his clients with eating disorders, Mitchell is currently working towards his Certified Eating Disorder Specialist certificate.
As one of two Christian counselors on staff, Mitchell believes that therapy involves a spiritual dimension. He sees therapy as a deeply collaborative venture that provides clients the opportunity to improve their well-being and more easily navigate life’s challenges.
Prior to joining CTFT, Mitchell completed his yearlong traineeship at West Valley Community College, where he worked with a diverse student population. He provided counseling to students with anxiety, depression, substance abuse and intimate partner violence.
A Bay Area native, Mitchell enjoys spending time outdoors, cultivating connections with family and friends, and exploring his love of literature and the written word.
M.A., Santa Clara University, Counseling Psychology
B.A., University of Nevada-Reno, Psychology