Justin Carnate

AMFT #135138

Justin Carnate-Headshot Photo
Justin Carnate-Headshot Photo

Justin Carnate

AMFT #135138

Aloha, I'm Justin. Yes, you guessed it, I am from Hawaii and grew up on the island of Kauai. I received my master's at Alliant International University in couple and family therapy and am currently pursuing my doctorate in the same field. Moreover, I am an Army veteran with professional experience working at various mental health, nutrition, and behavioral intervention service organizations. I am a telehealth therapist who provides therapy online throughout California.

 

As a trauma-informed systemic therapist, I take a collaborative and humanistic approach as I provide psychotherapy to individuals, couples, and families. 

It is essential to understand an individual's worldview and meet them where they are. So, connecting with people through a humanistic approach allows us to comprehend one another through fundamental connections that we share, such as emotions and sensations.  Furthermore, utilizing collaborative language systems (CLS) as a foundation and dialectical behavioral therapy (DBT) as a structure, I am able to be present with my clients and show up authentically while using myself as a tool to encourage change.

Want to learn more about Justin? You can check out his site HERE

What Can Justin Help With?

Change. How does change occur? Change can occur in various ways, but one way is through insight and action. For example, identifying our behaviors and those within our system who are reinforcing the problem rather than improving them and taking the initiative in implementing a different strategy to help influence change. Moreover, we can learn to accept differences and effectively communicate our concerns by understanding alternative perspectives, leading to compromise, and achieving balance within our relational systems.

BIPOC

LGBTQIA+

Military/Veterans

Depression

Anxiety

What Can Justin Help With?

Change. How does change occur? Change can occur in various ways, but one way is through insight and action. For example, identifying our behaviors and those within our system who are reinforcing the problem rather than improving them and taking the initiative in implementing a different strategy to help influence change. Moreover, we can learn to accept differences and effectively communicate our concerns by understanding alternative perspectives, leading to compromise, and achieving balance within our relational systems.

BIPOC

LGBTQIA+

Military/Veterans

Depression

Anxiety

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