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REGINA L. SMALLEY, Ph.D.
Clinical Psychologist (PSY 18314)
(619) 255-2787 • Hillcrest

I have worked with clients with diverse issues, including depression; confusion and conflicts about career and other self-identity issues; relationship problems, including break-ups and conflicts with family; feeling worthless; low self-esteem; difficulty in making transitions—moving, new career, new roles; coming to terms with abuse; understanding sexual or gender orientation; aging issues, including mid-life changes, menopause, getting “old”; difficulty with intimacy; grief and loss; “codependence”; feeling stuck; and wanting to change.

My experience also includes supervising therapists and doing presentations and training for people in the helping professions.

My approach to therapy is integrative, drawing from different theories, including psychodynamic, cognitive-behavioral, interpersonal, and relational. My goal is to provide a safe, supportive environment for clients to articulate, explore, and confront those difficult thoughts, feelings, and meanings that can become obstacles to achieving relief, change, and growth.

Located at First and Pennsylvania in Hillcrest

Regina Smalley, Clinical Psychologist in San Diego
• Ph.D., University of Missouri,
St. Louis
• Internship and post-doctoral work
at Northwestern in Chicago
• Listed in National Register of
Health Service Providers in
Psychology
• Certificate of Professional
Qualification in Psychology from
the Association of State and
Provincial Psychology Boards

 
        

   


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