Cheron Zekavat is a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, specializing in cognitive-behavioral and humanistic/existential approaches to therapy. She has training in Dialectical Behavior Therapy and Brief Crisis Intervention, and her therapeutic style blends strength based acceptance with practical skill development. Incorporating mindfulness-based interventions, she helps her clients move through difficult experiences and be more present in their lives.
Over the past nineteen years she has cultivated a therapeutic approach that centers on individual treatment needs while utilizing evidence-based practices. Her experience, both professionally and personally, has led her to collaborate with like-minded colleagues to create a warm, nurturing healing environment that facilitates integrated treatment of the mind, body and spirit . Cheron has extensive experience working therapeutically with adults, adolescents couples and families. She has successfully helped clients presenting with a variety of issues including anxiety, depression, bipolar disorder, adjustment disorders, relationship problems, psychotic disorders and personality disorders. She has worked in diverse settings, from private practice to community mental health centers.