Brooke Barnett, Psy.D (Wednesday & Saturday) is a licensed clinical psychologist who has been working in the field for nearly two decades. Dr. Barnett specializes in working with children, families, and young adults who have experienced trauma and/or attachment disruptions. Other areas of specialization include childhood anxiety and depression, adoption related issues, sensory processing and learning issues, “acting out” behaviors, co-parenting struggles, and life transitions in young adulthood. In addition, to psychotherapy she also provides parent and school consultations, home visiting, and psychoeducational testing. Drawing on attachment, family systems, and psychodynamic theory her clinical approach is holistic, relational, and family- centered. She utilizes a variety of different play and art based interventions during sessions, to help facilitate healing, emotional expression and regulation, along with reflective capacity. Dr. Barnett received her Doctoral degree in Clinical Psychology from the California School of Professional Psychology in 2011. She has trained at Children’s Hospital & Research Center of Oakland in the Early Intervention Services and Behavioral Pediatrics Department, along with completing UCSF’s Child-Parent Psychotherapy training program. In addition to her private practice, Dr. Barnett also serves as Clinical Manager in the Early Childhood Mental Health department at Lincoln, a Bay Area non-profit dedicated to supporting emotionally vulnerable children and families. To learn more about Dr. Barnett and her services, please contact her at: (415) 672-0667 or via email a email@example.com.