LeAnn O’Neal Berger, M.A., LMFT, is a graduate of Chapman University licensed in marriage and family therapy since March 2001.
She is a certified Eye Movement Desensitization Reprocessing (EMDR) practitioner and specializes in working with highly sensitive people (HSP). She opened her practice in El Dorado Hills CA in April 2001 with extensive training and experience working with children in play therapy and adults using mindfulness, EMDR, and transpersonal approaches. LeAnn is also adjunct faculty at both Brandman University and University of the People International. She teaches both at the graduate and undergraduate level in courses such as advanced adult psychopathology, child and adolescent, psychopathology, marital systems and domestic violence. Further, she instructs graduate students in clinical issues in human diversity, life span, aging, dying and death. Some of her undergraduate courses include spirituality and mental health and introduction to psychology measurements.
LeAnn has been consulting and providing supervision for Healing Pathways Psychological Services since 2011, using a developmental supervision approach to mentoring those new to the field of psychology.