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Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist (#126451) and owner of Jade Tree Psychotherapy

Marielle embodies a gentle, intuitive approach to psychotherapy rooted in psychodynamic, holistic, and depth-oriented principles. She strives to treat the whole person, by honoring the individuality and uniqueness of each client. Marielle builds a collaborative relationship with clients by embodying warmth, curiosity, and empathy, to uncover some of the root causes of suffering. This creates space for the healing to be directed to the core, revealing a healthier, more whole sense of self and identity. Marielle assists her clients to tap into the innate wisdom and healing potential of the psyche, to support them in reaching their unique goals, hopes and dreams.

Marielle earned her Master’s degree in Clinical Psychology from Antioch University Los Angeles, with a focus on spiritual and depth psychology. She received additional clinical training at the prestigious Maple Counseling Center in Los Angeles, and the Institute for Creative Mindfulness where Marielle trained in EMDR therapy.

You can also find Marielle on Psychology Today.


Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist (#84382) and Board-Certified Art Therapist

Tracy Hofstatter is a licensed psychotherapist and art therapist offering virtual psychotherapy sessions to clients throughout California. She helps clients access their strength and creativity to live a life that is attuned with their values and goals. Her therapeutic style is collaborative, empathetic, honest, practical, and creative. Tracy has a dual Master of Arts degree in Marital and Family Therapy and Clinical Art Therapy from Loyola Marymount University and completed her Bachelor of Arts in Psychology at the University of California, Berkeley.


Tracy has clinical experience working children, adolescents, and adults struggling with issues such as depression, anxiety, trauma, relationship issues, low self-esteem, parenting challenges, and substance abuse. She is an expert in the use of art-based storytelling in trauma treatment and has presented at local and national art therapy conferences. Tracy is a Senior Lecturer in Loyola Marymount's graduate department of Marital and Family Therapy and also facilitates parenting groups and classes.

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