Lucy Zhang

marriage and family therapist

“If we really want to live a joyful, connected, and meaningful life, we must talk about things that get in the way.” -Brene Brown
 
There are times in our lives where we feel disconnected with ourselves, others, and the world, and instead of living with compassion, clarity, and calmness, we are stuck feeling overwhelmed, alone, hopeless, and angry. It’s hard to do this alone. I am passionate about helping you navigate this journey of self-discovery towards growth and healing.
Together, we can work on how to return to your authentic self. This means learning how to connect wholeheartedly, feel confident, and live purposefully. I understand that therapy is a big, and also scary, commitment. I provide a nurturing and collaborative environment in which you feel safe and seen.
 

LUCY ZHANG, MA

Licensed marriage and family therapist

PHONE NUMBER

(760) 453-7175

EMAIL ADDRESS

Lucy@ADRWellness.com

Professional Credentials

Licenses & Certifications

  • Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist
  • EMDR Trained

education background

  • Bachelor’s in Intensive Psychology at UC Santa Cruz
  • Master’s in Marital and Family Therapy at University of San Diego

Professional Experience

  • ADR Wellness and Wings, trauma treatment center
  • UCSD Collaborative Care center among doctors, nurses, and psychiatrists

Lucy provides therapy for individuals, families, couples, children and teens. She creates individualized treatment plans for every client based on their goals, diagnosis and learning style.

Lucy works with all kinds of trauma ranging from single incident trauma to developmental and complex trauma including personality disorders and dissociative disorders
 

The Therapists at ADR are compassionate and supportive and have all received specialized training and formal education in diagnostics, mental health treatment, trauma informed treatment, and culturally competent care. 

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