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Barbara F. Strouzas

Barbara Strouzas, M.A. (Holy Names University, May, 1996), MFT is in private practice in Livermore, CA since 2001. Her areas of specialty include adolescent and family issues, addiction, and anger management. Her experience includes working with Alameda County Juvenile Probation counseling adolescents involved in the justice system, leading Domestic Violence groups with court ordered adult perpetrators, and she volunteers in her community as the Mental Health Advisor for a juvenile diversion program for the local police department. She has been an Adjunct Professor at Holy Names University (Oakland, CA) since 2002, where she teaches graduate master’s students Domestic Violence, Group Psychotherapy, Marriage and Family Counseling, Psychopathology, Introduction to Practicum, and Practicum. In addition she lectures for local schools and philanthropic groups. She has completed basic and advanced trainings for Unearthing the Moment and continues advanced yearly trainings. Most recently, Barbara has become a published author with a chapter in Unearthing the Moment, Mindful Applications of Existential-Humanistic and Transpersonal Psychotherapy (Tonglen Press, 2014). Barbara can be reached at bobbistrouzas@yahoo.com or 925-960-0910. “I love having the opportunity to be able to teach where I received my master’s degree. The students are all so supportive of one another. It is great to be a part of this community.”