Tel: (858) 888-9683
Hello, and welcome to my webpage. I am a bilingual
(English/Chinese) and bicultural therapist. I provide individual and group therapy to adults, teens, and children. Whether you are feeling stuck or overwhelmed, one of the key
factors to predict positive change is the quality of relationship with your therapist. That is my focus. I utilize my cultural sensitivity to understand my clients’
struggles. You and I will collaborate to create an individualized treatment plan that is tailored to your
I completed my undergraduate training at the University of California, San Diego, where I have conducted researches with the Autism Lab and the Alcohol & Substance Prevention Program. Upon graduation, I began treating children with developmental disorders, and provided training for parents and behavioral therapists. I earned a Master’s degree in Clinical Psychology from Alliant International University in 2013 and my Doctor of Psychology degree in September 2015. My clinical experience includes providing clinical services in various treatment settings including community mental health clinics, psychiatric residential treatment center, in-home services, and school-based settings. In addition, I have treated culture-specific populations, non-English-speaking Asian immigrants, LGBT individuals, parolees, and individuals coping with substance use.
Areas of Specialized Training:
· Relationship conflicts
· LGBT issues
· Substance Use
· Autistic Spectrum Disorders
My hourly rate for individual and couples therapy is $110. I provide a sliding-scale rate for individuals who cannot pay the full fee. Please contact me for more information.
Raymond Peng, Psy.D. is supervised by Oded Shezifi, Psy.D., RPT-S - PSY21162
What is a registered psychological assistant? A psychological assistant is an unlicensed mental health professional who is registered with the California Board of Psychology and is supervised by a licensed psychologist. Working as a psychological assistant is one way that aspiring psychologists can collect hours in order to obtain licensure.