San Francisco, CA
About San Francisco, CA
The Golden Gate Bridge, cable cars, a sparkling bay, streets lined with elegant Victorian homes, and rich cuisine—San Francisco is undeniably one of the world’s great cities. The Bay Area is also home to some of the world’s finest wine country, including Napa Valley and Sonoma, plus waterfront towns, dramatic beaches, and the tech-savvy southern end of the bay known as the Silicon Valley. Here, lunchtime ideas at Google, Facebook, and Apple, turn into the next brilliant innovation.
In-Home Community Support
Serves clients ages 14-24, and their families. Our clients frequently come to us before or after completion of a wilderness program or short/long term residential treatment.
San Francisco Staff
Julie Foley is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist with a Master of Science degree in Marital and Family Therapy from Loma Linda University and a Bachelor of Arts degree in Family Resources and Human Development from Arizona State University. Julie has been working as a therapist for over 18 years. For the majority of that time, Julie’s focus has been working with adolescents and their families. She is passionate about helping young people to develop and grow into healthy adults.Additionally, Julie places a strong emphasis on helping families to overcome their challenges and to function in a healthier manner. The clients Julie has worked with have come to value her expertise and the ability to build strong therapeutic relationships. Julie has vast experience including community counseling, outpatient therapy, intensive outpatient programming, and both short-term and long-term residential treatment settings. She is highly experienced in treating anxiety, depression, self-harm, substance abuse, and trauma, as well as parent education, family dynamics, and family dysfunction.Julie and her husband are empty nesters and enjoy spending time with their adult daughters. She also enjoys traveling, going for long walks, and trying new hobbies.
Jessica Lang, LMFT has a deep knowledge and compassion for helping survivors of childhood sexual abuse and other complex traumas. With over a decade of experience helping children and adolescents who’ve experienced multiple traumas, and as a result had trouble with emotional regulation and attachment problems, she has uses a treatment approach that integrates the body and mind connection. As an NMT certified provider, Jessica uses this brain mapping assessment tool in her private practice to help target specific areas of the brain that need special attention, and uses this information to help survivors release the trapped energy from past traumas and replace these maladaptive coping skills with healthier alternatives that are right for the individual.
Joanna Ricco, MS, LMFT received a Masters of Science in Clinical Psychology from Notre Dame de Namur. Having spent her practicum and internship years working with teenagers, she has honed the skills and discovered the passion for working with this unique population. Joanna’s commitment to her clients begins with a firmly held belief in the ability of individuals to advocate for themselves. When acceptance can overcome stagnating fear and doubt, real change is within reach. Occasionally, we find ourselves in a holding pattern and guidance through psychotherapy can be the portal to a renewed sense of self.
Keith completed his Master’s Degree from Cal State East Bay and is an Associate Marriage Family Therapist registered with the BBS. Keith is passionate about helping people develop positive functionality in their lives. Working primarily with adolescents and adults through a family systems approach has found effective when looking to treat patients holistically.
Keith’s vast experience working with different cultures includes being a clinician/therapist for school-based and community programs. Keith also has experience supporting families and adolescents as a High School Guidance Counselor. Keith is skilled in treating trauma, depression, anxiety, self-harm, as well as parent education.
Rebecca Li earned her Master of Social Work at Smith College School for Social Work. She has over seven years of clinical experience working with families at all stages in the family life cycle in hospitals, clinics, and residential settings. She is passionate about supporting families that have experienced trauma and loss, and she believes that all families have the ability to heal, communicate better, and experience joy. Rebecca loves helping people build healthy, positive relationships during what can be a challenging time of growth and change. Her approach is warm and curious – after all, every person and family is different. She is committed to continuing education and loves deepening her learning about evidence based therapies. In her free time, Rebecca enjoys spending time with her family and friends, swimming, and reading.