Anjuelle Floyd is a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist. Her experience has taught her that life can be an ever unfolding process of making friends with one’s self and becoming comfortable in one’s body. Bringing awareness, compassion and acceptance to the person that we are is an important element in this process. Using a psychodynamic framework and a Jungian approach involving inquiry, deep exploration and curiosity, Anjuelle seeks to facilitate clients in embracing the most challenging aspects of their personalities, which often reveal themselves as integral to their greatest strengths. Anjuelle works with adults and adolescents in both individual and family therapy, as well as young adults transitioning from home to school and/or work. She also helps mothers and fathers develop more effective parenting strategies. Anjuelle welcomes clients interested in dream analysis and has a special interest in mother-daughter relationships.
MA, The California Institute of Integral Studies
BHS, Duke University School of Medicine
Anthem East Bay
Beacon Health Options, Inc.
United Behavioral Health