Joyce Weideling, MA

Registered Associate Marriage and Family Therapist

AMFT 108573
(408) 703-9961
Supervised by Kristen Hannah, LMFT 97199

Education:
Santa Clara University – MA in Counseling Psychology
University of California, Riverside – BA in Sociology and Japanese Studies

Areas of Focus:
Identity and self worth
Grief and loss
ADHD
Anxiety
Depression
Life and Career Transitions
Peer Relationships
Parenting and Co-parenting
Divorce
Cultural Issues
Character Strength Development

Memberships:
California Association of Marriage and Family Therapists (CAMFT)

Do you ever feel stuck or overwhelmed? Do you feel like everyone around you is progressing while you sit anxiously waiting for your life to finally start? Are you the one standing at the edge of a pool waiting to jump in but you’re too afraid? What if it’s too deep? What if the water is too cold? You’re not alone. Sometimes we carry negative patterns of thinking from our past that serve as roadblocks to deeper levels of self-awareness. I can help you navigate through the challenging moments in life, and together we can work to uncover what is holding you back from reaching your full potential.

I graduated from Santa Clara University with a Masters in Counseling Psychology. I have experience in school-based counseling and have worked in an educational setting for more than 10 years. I work with couples, families, and individuals of all ages who struggle to find their purpose. Learning about and understanding ourselves comes with great courage, and I want to support this process in a place where there is no judgment. We will go at a pace that is most comfortable for you to help guide you to greater empowerment.

Are you ready to jump in? To test the waters and understand what makes you feel so stuck? Now is your time. Let me help you take control of your life and feel hopeful of your path.