Areas of Specialty

  • Individuals

  • Couples

  • Anxiety

  • ​Depression

  • Highly Sensitive Persons

  • Cancer Patients/Survivors

  • Communication Difficulties

  • Mindfulness Training

  • Spiritual Coaching/Mentoring

  • Existential Anxiety

  • Caregiver Issues

  • Chronic Illness​

  • Women's Spirituality​​

Therapeutic Services

I am an eclectic therapist, in that I use a variety of techniques best suited to my client's needs. If it doesn't work for you - we won't use it! Some areas I pull from are Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Mindfulness-Based Relaxation Techniques, Gestalt/Role-Play Therapy, and Intuitive Therapeutic Techniques to help you on your healing journey. I may occasionally give homework or take-home challenges to facilitate more effective results.

For younger children, play therapy, creative arts and sand tray work can help to facilitate emotional expression even when verbalization is challenging. I also like to work with children of diverse or non-traditional family structures, and offer a non-judgmental space for families of all types. 

Why Seek Therapy?

Often in life feel we feel misunderstood - or terrified that if we reveal our true nature we will be shunned or abandoned. We may feel something is wrong with us, or become upset when we cannot 'deal' with life's challenges. Therapy helps you to reconnect with yourself and in turn, with others in your life. It helps provide the tools to overcome difficult times, and the empathy for self that we so often reject.

How would you like to communicate effectively in a way that you will be truly understood? Or how to actively listen to friends, families, or partners to create deeper and more meaningful connections? Therapy can help you express yourself in ways you may not have thought possible, and create greater intimacy between friends, families and partners.

We have instead been taught to self-isolate, to compete with one another and believe we are disconnected from one another and the world. I help my clients regain a sense of belonging within their community in order to build and grow their support network. I believe once we have found our 'tribe' and fostered deep connections, we can heal from our wounds at a faster pace.

I feel a strong desire to help those seek to find themselves, who desire to live without shame or fear. I serve those who seek change for themselves and their relationships. I hope that together we can slowly remove the mask you wear so that your true light shines for all to see. 

Writer, Therapist, Thriver

Stephanie Noble-King

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  • Masters of Science, California State University Fullerton, 2014
  • Bachelor of Arts in Psychology, Haverford College, 2009

Professional Organizations

  • California Association of Marriage and Family Therapists (CAMFT )
  • Santa Clara Valley Chapter of CAMFT 
  • Bay Area Open Minds - Psychotherapists Affirming Sexual & Gender Diversity
  • Gaylesta​ - Psychotherapist Association for Gender & Sexual Diversity