Denisha Forch, LMFT
Denisha is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist who attained her BA Degree in Psychology from Concordia University Irvine and Master’s Degree in Clinical Psychology with an emphasis in Marriage and Family Therapy from Azusa Pacific University. She has over 10 years of experience in the mental health field which includes: working with teens and young adults in the residential setting of group homes, dual diagnosis centers, and the school setting. Denisha has also provided therapeutic services to college students, children and families in the foster care and probation systems, individuals from the LGBTQ community, and adults suffering from addiction and/or legal issues through government funded programs.
Denisha is trained in the seeking safety model which has assisted in helping individuals who struggle with overwhelming emotions, PTSD, and substance use. She operates from different theoretical approaches of CBT, psychodynamic, and client-centered. Denisha is passionate about helping individuals gain freedom in the area of identity and finding true purpose for their life. She believes finding hope and meaning is the foundation for the change that is needed to have fulfilling relationships.