Grace DeVoll, LMFT, APCC

I provide values-focused, trauma-informed therapy to couples, individuals, and adolescents seeking to improve their relationships, expand possibilities, and reassert agency over their lives. I will support you in identifying the many ways that language, environment, and culture shape your self-perception and seek to help you locate your stories within a larger context.

My approach is friendly and collaborative. I integrate principles of harm reduction, mindfulness practices, and somatic experiments with a postmodern theoretical perspective, with expertise in both narrative therapy and relational Gestalt theory. In therapy and in my personal life, I value creativity, interdependence, and humor, and am committed to working for equity and dignity for all people.

As human beings, we are engaged in a constant, iterative process of meaning-making. We tell stories to interpret and communicate the vastness of our lived experience, and to reinforce our sense of belonging through shared understanding. Our identities are co-created in collaboration with others as we move through life: communicating, connecting, affecting one another, revising, growing. Through strong interpersonal connection and a supportive space to focus on your needs, therapy can help you re-write your story to align with your goals.

My particular areas of interest include relationships, anxiety, career and life transitions, trauma, and working with millennials, adolescents, artists, and creative professionals.

Click here or email me to schedule a free, 20 minute initial consultation call via Zoom.
(626) 755-0726