Nancy Capers, LMFT#41057
Therapist, Consultant, and Writer in California
EMAIL: [email protected]
TEL: 858 232-9697
I am a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist who works with individuals, couples and families.
A Marriage and Family Therapist holds a masters or doctoral degree from an accredited school in addition to at least two years of post-masters supervised experience in a clinical setting. A therapist must be licensed at the clinical level in the jurisdiction of practice.
I provide services focused on interpersonal interactions, intrapsychic dynamics, and life management issues. Finding the right therapist will make a difference in your comfort level and your success. The best way to find out is to begin a conversation.
Services consist of assessment, diagnosis, and treatment (psychotherapy), client-centered advocacy, consultation, evaluation, and prevention of mental illness, emotional, or behavioral disturbances.
I work with individuals, couples and families, including those in the LGBTQ community. I approach couples therapy from an attachment perspective, utilizing object relations as a core model, while integrating various other techniques (cognitive behavioral, Gestalt, Rogerian, etc.). I also utilize Process Therapy Model.
I have written for and been interviewed by KUSI News, Time Magazine, Cosmopolitan Magazine. Appeared on radio and television talk shows.
I worked with the military for three years, as well as domestic violence, PTSD, life transitions, divorce, depression and anxiety.
I also work with people who have left closed religious movements.
- I have been a senior business consultant (Subject Matter Expert) with Mattersight, working with international as well as domestic companies. (Vodafone, Wells Fargo, Great West Healthcare, etc.)
- I directed and co-wrote a musical @ aging - "THE GEEZE & ME" - mounted in San Diego in spring of 2017. Member of the Dramatists Guild of America. Directed two stage productions in L.A.
Author - article: Hell on Athens Flight 840, Cosmopolitan Mag. 1987
PAPER: The Application of Rawlsian Concepts to Psychotherapy by Nancy Locke Capers, MFT#41057 and Albert Erdynast,Ph.D.
(Presented at Fordham University and invited to present by Harvard Medical School, 1996)
Abstract: A goal of psychotherapy is to affirm and to stimulate the development of the person as a free and equal moral individual. Rawlsian theory can be used in therapeutic settings to clarify and stimulate reasoning.