Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist
Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist #47974 for Omega Mental Health

Clinical Supervisor

Catherine is dedicated to the mental health field and the art of therapy. As a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist she is deeply committed to the well-being of children, adolescents, adults, and families. Catherine believes that every individual, no matter what age, deserves an opportunity to explore their path to wellness in a non-judgmental, empathic, culturally sensitive, and strength-based environment that empowers growth to a meaningful and healthy life.

Catherine currently serves as a Licensed Marriage Family Therapist with Path Mental Health Services providing telehealth services for adults and adolescents within the state of California with multiple managed care companies.

Catherine served for 4 years as a Mental Health Clinician for Remarkable Marriage and Family Institute in Walnut Creek, CA serving children, adolescents, adults, and families for the Contra Costa County Medi-Cal population. In addition to being an MHC, Catherine served as the Clinical Director and a Clinical Supervisor for Remarkable’s LUHSD school-based counseling program.

Catherine has extensive 11 years plus experience serving foster youth and families in mental health from Alameda County, Contra Costa county and San Francisco County as a Mental Health Clinician and collaborating with wraparound services and Intensive Service Foster Care with Alternative Family Services Foster/Adopt agency. She has also served as a supervisor for the agency’s Alameda County Katie A/Intensive Care Coordinator program for 4 years. She served as a Clinical Supervisor for AMFT, ASW and APCC associates accruing licensure hours and provided multiple trainings for mental health staff and foster parents on various clinical topics. She worked with Regional Center’s Early Intervention unit – infants/toddlers (ages 0 – 3 population) and their families with special needs.

She is trained and has experienced with Evidenced Based Practices, which includes Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and has a certification in Triple P – Positive Parent Practices. She has experience with the African American culture and has facilitated training for several organizations on Depression and the African American Culture. Catherine’s 10-year experience as a former educator in the academic arena has enhanced her support with client and families with educational advocacy and linkage of services.

Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist
Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist #47974 for Omega Mental Health

Clinical Supervisor

Catherine is dedicated to the mental health field and the art of therapy. As a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist she is deeply committed to the well-being of children, adolescents, adults, and families. Catherine believes that every individual, no matter what age, deserves an opportunity to explore their path to wellness in a non-judgmental, empathic, culturally sensitive, and strength-based environment that empowers growth to a meaningful and healthy life.

Catherine currently serves as a Licensed Marriage Family Therapist with Path Mental Health Services providing telehealth services for adults and adolescents within the state of California with multiple managed care companies.

Catherine served for 4 years as a Mental Health Clinician for Remarkable Marriage and Family Institute in Walnut Creek, CA serving children, adolescents, adults, and families for the Contra Costa County Medi-Cal population. In addition to being an MHC, Catherine served as the Clinical Director and a Clinical Supervisor for Remarkable’s LUHSD school-based counseling program.

Catherine has extensive 11 years plus experience serving foster youth and families in mental health from Alameda County, Contra Costa county and San Francisco County as a Mental Health Clinician and collaborating with wraparound services and Intensive Service Foster Care with Alternative Family Services Foster/Adopt agency. She has also served as a supervisor for the agency’s Alameda County Katie A/Intensive Care Coordinator program for 4 years. She served as a Clinical Supervisor for AMFT, ASW and APCC associates accruing licensure hours and provided multiple trainings for mental health staff and foster parents on various clinical topics. She worked with Regional Center’s Early Intervention unit – infants/toddlers (ages 0 – 3 population) and their families with special needs.

She is trained and has experienced with Evidenced Based Practices, which includes Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and has a certification in Triple P – Positive Parent Practices. She has experience with the African American culture and has facilitated training for several organizations on Depression and the African American Culture. Catherine’s 10-year experience as a former educator in the academic arena has enhanced her support with client and families with educational advocacy and linkage of services.

Associates

Angela Jaime

Angela Jaime

Associate Professional Clinical Counselor, #9848
Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) Trained

My name is Angela. I am a graduate from Colorado Christian University.

I believe the therapeutic alliance and safety are important aspects for effective treatment. I have gained these skills during my time as an intern with Omega Mental Health and continue to grow under supervision as an Associate Professional Clinical Counselor to best meet the diverse needs of Central Valley’s underserved communities and populations. Specialties — I have been trained to practice faith-based interventions along with other theoretical orientations such as Solution-Focused, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Narrative Therapy, and Existential as my primary modalities. I am EMDR Trained and am working towards EMDR Certification. I am open to using varying treatment styles based on client needs.

Dorthina Morris

Dorthina Morris

Associate Marriage and Family Therapist, #128367

Dorthina is an Associate Marriage and Family Therapist that enjoys working with teens, young adults, older adults, families and especially couples. Dorthina believes that everyone should have a space to safely process, without judgement, and nurtures the courage to be imperfect. Dorthina works from a collaborative, strengths-based approach, supporting clients to be the author of their own lives. Dorthina also encourages her clients to pursue a holistic approach to health, combining exercise, proper sleep and nutrition, spiritual practices, nurturing relationships, and activities they enjoy. Dorthina works with clients experiencing anxiety, depression, disruptive behaviors, relationship challenges, self-esteem, and trauma in various forms