Rosa Ray – IMF #74220
Marriage and Family Therapist, Intern
Professional Experience and Areas of Special Clinical Interest:
I grew up in the area graduating from Chaffey High School. My parents migrated from Mexico in the 1950’s and were farmworkers. I grew up experiencing poverty and language barriers first hand. I enjoy working with families and individuals and have a lot of experience with the family court systems.
Rosa utilizes a multidimensional approach to therapy, exploring each individual’s biological, psychological, social and spiritual needs. She desires to come along side others to assist them in healing from trauma, building self-worth, improving communication in their relationships and reaching their goals.
Rosa specializes in Narrative Therapy: An empowering style of therapy that allows clients to share their life stories and learn to “re-write” them in a new way that focuses on personal strengths.
Areas of Experience/Specialty Include the Following:
- Individual/Child/Adolescent Counseling
- Life Transitions
- Pre-marital/Couples Counseling
- Depression, Anxiety, and Stress
- Domestic violence-Abusive Relationships (including sexual abuse)
- Struggles with Identity and Self-Worth
- Parenting and Co-Parenting Challenges
- Divorce and Step-Family Issues
Credentials, Certifications and Professional Training:
- Master of Arts Degree in Marital and Family Therapy from Chapman University, 2012
- Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology from Chapman University, 2010
- Domestic Violence Facilitator certification from Anderson & Anderson Psychological Services
- Member of CA Association of marriage Family Therapists (CAMFT)
- Registered Marriage and Family Therapist Intern (IMF #74220)
Fees & Availability:
A sliding-scale fee is based on household income. Fees are set prior to first session.
Rosa is available to see clients in Rancho Cucamonga on Monday and Thursday evenings, and Saturdays.