Francine Zorehkey, Ph.D., L.M.F.T. #47234
Psychotheray offices located at:
Foremost Summit Properties
23282 Mill Creek Dr. - Ste. 130
Laguna Hills, CA 92653
(The East Building)
Dr. Francine Zorehkey is a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist and is an Advanced Bereavement Facilitator. She practices as a Marriage and Family Therapist and is a certified supervisor for Marriage and Family Therapy Interns in Laguna Hills, California. Dr. Zorehkey received her Bachelor of Science in Psychology at San Diego State University, is a graduate of Antioch University, Los Angeles with a Master's Degree in Psychology, and has received her Ph.D. in Psychology graduating Magna Cum Laude at Southern California University of Professional Studies.
Dr. Zorehkey's experience includes working with
* Relationship Issues
* Emotional, Psychosocial and Body Image Issues Not Related to Eating Disorders
and Some, Accompanying Cancer
* Grief and Loss (of a loved one including a pet)
* Body Image Issues (without eating disorders)
Now accepting: Aetna, Blue Shield, Cigna & TriWest Certified Provider
By appointment only (949) 916-6851
Karen Weaver, M.A.,
Marriage and Family Therapy Intern #61863
Supervised by Dr. Francine Zorehkey, Ph.D.
a liensed marriage and family therapist #47234
Karen Weaver, M.A., (IMF #61863) is a Marriage and Family Intern in Orange County. She completed her graduate studies at Chapman University in Orange. Karen is experienced working with a diverse clientele as a counselor in a community clinic in Garden Grove. She has helped people resolve issues with anxiety, depression, child abuse, self esteem and many other challenges. Karen has also worked with children in the foster care system as a counselor and as a volunteer. As a Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA), she mentored and advocated for several youths in the dependency system. Karen is active in the California Association of Marriage and Family Therapists in Orange County.
Karen's area of specialties include:
•helping people heal from past traumas or abuse
•assisting military families with stress of deployments, readjustments after return, trauma and grief and loss
•working with individuals, couples, families, children and adolescents
•supporting children and processing feelings related to parent's divorce
Karen uses an eclectic approach to therapy, combining elements of psychodynamic, cognitive behavioral, depth oriented and mindfulness methods and interventions. In a supportive and nonjudgmental manner, Karen will help you to access your strengths and use those strengths to resolve the difficult issues you are struggling with currently.
Contact Karen: (949) 300-1739
Nancy Bubica, M.A., (#IMF 57245) is a prelicensed therapist with a Masters of Arts Degree in Marriage and Family Therapy (MFT) from Hope International University and a Masters of Arts degree in Education/Counseling from Azusa Pacific University. She earned her Bachelor of Arts degree in Journalism from California State University of Long Beach “many moons ago”. She has counseled children, adolescents, adults and families in the areas of depression, anxiety, grief and Loss, ADHD, Spectrum Disorders, school performance anxiety and effective communication. She has also taught anti-bully classes to children in Orange County schools.
As a 4 ½ year breast cancer survivor, she considers it a sacred privilege to counsel cancer patients of all ages. She cherishes the opportunity to impart hope and humor in the face of formidable disease. “Coming alongside these precious and extraordinarily strong individuals in the cancer community is an honor.”
Contact Nancy at (562) 754-1900
Discounted fees available
through our internship program.
NEW!!! MARRIAGE AND FAMILY INTERNSHIP PROGRAM
From Chrysalis To Wings has launched its new internship program whereby well qualified and supervised marriage and family therapy interns who are completing their therapy hours will provide psychotherapy services at an affordable fee to individuals who qualify. Through the internship program From Chrysalis To Wings will also extend free counseling for up to six sessions within a two-month period to cancer survivors who are either underserved, underinsured or uninsured.
UPCOMING EVENTS AND WORKSHOPS