Stephanie Takeuchi, M.A.

Stephanie Takeuchi

Position Title
Doctoral Intern

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Bio
Education 

M.A. Clinical Psychology, The Wright Institute

Professional Interests

Adult attachment, identity development, relationship concerns, acculturation issues, anxiety, depression, coping strategies, mindfulness

Languages

English, Spanish

Which Communities Represent Me

Asian Pacific Islander

About Me

I grew up on Southern California and studied Anthropology as an undergraduate at Dartmouth. I am currently working towards my Psy.D. in Clinical Psychology at The Wright Institute in Berkeley. Throughout my clinical training, I have also worked in community mental health and integrated primary care settings. In my free time, I enjoy being outside, practicing yoga, biking, and cooking.

How I Work With Students

Navigating the demands of undergraduate or graduate school can feel overwhelming and isolating. I view therapy as an opportunity for clients to be authentic, gain insight, and learn new skills. My goal is to provide a space for students that supports their personal growth, highlights strengths, and enables change. My approach to providing therapy is collaborative and genuine, and I integrate cognitive behavioral and multicultural frameworks into my clinical work.