Dr. Mary Roche is a licensed psychologist with over 25 years of experience working with adults, adolescents, and children. Her work is relational, informed by psychodynamic and Jungian theory, though ultimately integrative and guided by the need of the individual. Dr. Roche’s experience includes working with trauma, addiction and recovery, grief and loss, life transitions, relationship and intimacy issues, mood disorders and other emotional disturbance, spirituality, and dreams. She enjoys working with individuals with varying backgrounds, identities, and life experiences. Dr. Roche believes in the innate capacity for healing and wholeness, and she sees her role as supporting the individual in their quest for a more authentic and fulfilling life. Dr. Roche is the former training director for the Wright Institute Recovery Clinic, is Adjunct Clinical Faculty at the Wright Institute, and teaches in several California state prisons in the Offender Mentor Certification Program.
PhD in Clinical Psychology, The Wright Institute, Berkeley
BA in Psychology and Music, University of California, Santa Cruz
Anthem East Bay
Beacon Health Options, Inc.
United Behavioral Health