Gina Famiglietti, M. S., MFTI #79858
Marriage and Family Therapist Intern
Professional Experience and Areas of Special Clinical Interest:
Gina has a Master of Science degree in Marriage and Family Therapy from the University of La Verne. During her graduate studies she worked with elementary school age children within the Claremont Unified School District. Specialty counseling areas with children include the successful use of Play Therapy for anxiety, stress, and imparting social skills.
Gina attended the Evolution of Psychotherapy, in Anaheim, California. Educational seminars were presented by leaders in the psychotherapy field. A few of the valuable techniques learned were “Successful Weight Loss and Maintenance”, “The Craft of Family Therapy”, “Couples Treatment of Infidelity: A Gottmann Method Therapy”, “Posttraumatic Disorders”, and “How to Produce Change”, “Creating Connection: Emotionally Focused Couple Therapy in Action” and “Family and Couples Therapy”.
Areas of Special Clinical Interest
- Individual, Children, Couples and Family Counseling
- Anxiety Disorders
- Binge Eating Disorder
- Eating and Food Issues
- Self Esteem
- Self Confidence
- Weight Management
- Life Transitions
- Women’s Issues
- Couple Relationships
- Premarital Counseling
- Stress Management
- Personal Growth
Holistic Mind Body Approach, Cognitive Behavior Therapy, Mindfulness, Gestalt Therapy, Play Therapy, and Family Systems.
Master of Science, Marriage and Family Therapy, University of La Verne
Bachelor of Arts, Psychology, California State University of San Bernardino
Professional Member of California Association of Marriage and Family Therapists (CAMFT)
Fees & Availability:
A sliding-scale fee is based on household income. Fees are set prior to first session.
Available Thursday evenings and Saturday at the Rancho Cucamonga office
Gina has been married for over 26 years and honors the work it takes to be in a long term relationship. Gina believes that the basis for whole mind, body and spiritual wellness comes from having a strong family foundation. Therapy is a way to find that wellness.