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1-805-699-6834 1515 State St, Suite 7, Santa Barbara, CA 93101


Riviera Therapy has expanded. We now have several skilled associates working under supervision with Jenn Kennedy, PhD, LMFT. They are available for counseling or EMDR services at fees ranging from $150-$185.

Contact them directly or ask Jenn for a recommendation.

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Annie Finch, AMFT

Registered Associate Marriage and Family Therapist, #130349
Certified Addictions Counselor, CADC I CiCA01160519
Certified Sex Addiction Therapist – Candidate (CSAT Candidate)
Tel: (805) 724-0915

I believe we are hardwired for connection. When we feel disconnected from ourselves, we feel disconnected from our lives and others. My goal for you is to have a healthy and happy life and good relationships. I help individuals, and couples get through challenging times in the areas of addiction, intimacy, communication, anxiety/depression, and life transitions. I specialize in the treatment of anxiety and addiction. I am a CSAT candidate (certified sex addiction therapist-candidate), certified alcohol & drug counselor, and fully trained in EMDR to treat trauma. My goal is to help you feel better and live better.

I use an integrative therapy style. Using attachment theory and neuropsychology, I weave in CBT, trauma-informed and person-centered approaches to help increase resiliency, improve relationships, regulate emotions, enhance communication, and promote healthy coping. I am trained in Gottman Method couples therapy and Nurturing Parenting.

I provide a safe, supportive environment in our comfortable office or via telehealth where you can process life challenges. I understand the pain that addiction, anxiety, relationship problems, and intense emotions cause. I want to help ease that pain and work with you to be your best self, the person you are meant to be.

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Sophia Willis-Conger, AMFT

Registered Associate Marriage and Family Therapist, #133082
Tel: (805) 242-6495

I would be honored to be part of your journey of healing and growth by providing a warm and non-judgemental space to process life’s most confusing, joyful, and painful moments. My goal is to help you cultivate greater self love, awareness, and understanding. The insights that I have gained from years of my own therapy have facilitated meaningful transformations in my relationships with others and within myself; I am fueled in this work by a desire to offer that opportunity to others.

I work with youth, couples, and individuals to build on strengths, improve communication skills, and identify areas for growth. I am a member of the queer community and feel passionately about serving LGBTQPIA2S+ people. I have professional experience working with this community at Pacific Pride Foundation, at Noah’s Anchorage (a crisis shelter for youth) and during the two years that I volunteered with the Peace Corps in Nicaragua.

My approach weaves together a few modalities to guide our work: a focus on our connection (relational therapy), childhood environment (psychodynamic therapy), and experiences within the larger context of culture and society (feminist therapy) as the main sources of information. These theoretical orientations build on my training at Pacifica Graduate Institute, a program which emphasizes depth psychology (the unconscious as expressed through image, dream, myth, etc.).

I hold an undergraduate degree from Scripps College in Feminist, Gender & Sexuality Studies and in Latin American Studies. I offer bilingual therapy sessions in both Spanish and English. I am Reiki level 2 certified. I also offer EMDR Therapy.

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Rebekah Lovejoy, Ph.D., AMFT

Registered Associate Marriage and Family Therapist #130001
Tel: (805) 724-2805

As a person-centered therapist, I lean into everything you bring to the therapeutic process. I have training in somatic psychology, archetypal psychology, trauma informed strategies, gender and sexuality, and evidence-based psychodynamics. We will leverage this toolbox in a creative, dynamic, and compassionate process.

I believe in supporting all bodies–I am sex positive, and allied with polyamory, kink and queer. I’m also neuro-divergent-informed. I embrace cultural and racial diversity. I hold a MA and PhD in Mythological Studies with Depth Psychology as well as a MA in Clinical Psychology with Somatic Psychology emphasis.

Clinically, I focus on areas of sexuality, addiction, parenting and identity. I am both a painter and a writer and thrive in supporting creative processes in groups, couples, and with individuals.

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Mai Timberlake, AMFT

Registered Associate Marriage and Family Therapist #130350
Registered Associate Professional Clinical Counselor #10966
Tel: (805) 316-1136

Together we can create the life you have always envisioned for yourself. My style of therapy draws from a person-centered approach, empowering you to be the author in your healing journey. My aim is to create a nonjudgemental, compassionate, and safe space for genuine understanding of your needs and goals.

I have training in Dialectical Behavior Therapy and somatic psychotherapy, utilizing a holistic approach to incorporate mind, body, spirit, and emotions into the healing process. I have experience working with teens and adults struggling with addictions, depression, anxiety, life transitions, trauma, and relationship concerns, in addition to parenting and family issues. I also have experience working within the juvenile justice court systems.

I received my Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from the University of Hawaii at Manoa and my Master of Arts in Clinical Psychology from Antioch University Santa Barbara. I work with LGBTQIA+ individuals and couples and I am passionate about viewing therapy through a cultural lens; I am attentive to social justice issues and systemic factors that may impact a person’s sense of well-being. I am BDSM and Kink allied.

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Jacquelyn De Longe, AMFT

Registered Associate Marriage and Family Therapist #136854
Registered Associate Professional Clinical Counselor
Tel: (805) 826-1104

I am passionate about your personal growth and helping you identify and achieve your life goals. I use attachment theory and somatic awareness to help you understand the mind-body connection, as a means to identify your thoughts and feelings and heal from trauma. We will work to increase understanding, coping skills, and focus through the exploration of your unique story in a safe and supportive environment.

My clinical experience includes counseling individuals and couples, helping clients process anxiety, life changes, and grief, and I provide support through the divorce process. I have also worked with adolescents and children in SBUSD and GUSD providing emotional and mental health services.

I hold a Master’s in Clinical Psychology from Antioch University Santa Barbara and am trained in the Gottman Couples Method. I also hold a Bachelor’s degree in Fine Arts from the Art Center College of Design in Pasadena.

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Matthew Chung, AMFT

Registered Associate Marriage and Family Therapist #130865
Tel: (805) 242-3216

My focus is to help individuals bring voice to their most authentic-self and reduce the emotional pain and consequence of living a life in which they are conflicted or dissatisfied. Whether you feel completely lost or stuck in one or more areas, we will uncover paths toward greater fulfillment and a more congruent life.

I will support you on your wellness journey and work to help heal emotional wounds with empathy, compassion, and honesty in a safe space free of judgment. My approach is person-centered and trauma-informed and integrates EMDR with the neurobiology of Attachment, Psychodynamic, Gestalt, and Cognitive Behavioral therapies. Through these lenses, we can address unsuccessful ways of thinking and feeling while identifying strengths, increasing resilience, and improving communication with the self and others.

I earned a MA in Clinical Psychology from Antioch University Santa Barbara and have experience working with addiction. I am an EMDR-trained clinician and enjoy working with individuals, teens, and couples, especially from BIPOC and Multiracial populations.

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