Thasja Hoffmann graduated from California State University of Northridge’s Marriage and Family Therapy Masters Program in 2007 and has worked as a licensed MFT at a variety of mental health agencies including Alcott Center for Mental Health Services as well as developed her own private practice.
Following graduate school, Thasja became interested in specializing in trauma after a neighbor told her about a somatic therapist that he was seeing. This therapist changed the way she approaches therapy with her clients. Since then, she has been studying how life events impact our nervous system and brain and the various modalities that help treat it.
License number, MFC 49366, License number, LPC 136
Just a little about Thasja Hoffmann...
She has been working with trauma and stress for over 10 years and continues to explore more ways to improve mental health.
Over the past 15 plus years, she has studied and attended neuroscience and trauma trainings from recognized professionals, some of whom are: Dr. Daniel Siegel, Dr. Bessel van der Kolk and Dr. Peter Levine. She is certified in EMDR, is an EMDR coach and consultant in training as well as is trained in Mindfulness and Level Two of Sensorimotor Psychotherapy. She has found that a blend of person-centered therapy, psychodynamic approaches, somatic and mindfulness interventions as well as EMDR are helpful for healing.