Dr. Katherine Dublinski holds a doctorate degree in clinical psychology with an emphasis in depth psychology; centering on each client’s needs and building on individual strengths. Dr. Dublinski uses an integrative, holistic and collaborative approach to therapy while seeking to create a compassionate, supportive and validating environment for inner work to occur.
Dr. Dublinski encourages the development of embodied presence in her clients by using experiential and mindfulness-based practices as well Jungian and other complementary techniques relevant to the particular client and their circumstances.
By cultivating symbolic awareness and understanding in clients, she facilitates individuals in nurturing a deeper relationship to their internal world so they might harvest the inner wisdom and creativity of the psyche.
- Spiritual growth
- Anxiety and depression
- Grief and loss
- Stress reduction and sleep
Education and Training:
- Ph.D., Clinical Psychology, with an emphasis in Depth Psychology, Pacifica Graduate Institute, Carpinteria, CA
Dissertation and research: The Transformation of Consciousness: The Experiences of Long-term Meditators
- M.A., Whole Systems Design, Antioch University Seattle, WA
Emphasis: Embodied Knowing: Design and Facilitation of Experiential Learning Environments
- Registered Nurse/Holistic Nurse
Worked with midwives in a birthing center emphasizing women’s empowerment, enhanced bonding and attachment, and natural pain management. She has also worked at a healing facility that utilizes solely non-medical interventions to heal and transform individuals physically, mentally, and spiritually—those attending often report experiencing profound life transformations.
Licensed Massage Practitioner (Inactive status): Trainings and practice include SomatoEmotional Release, CranioSacral Therapy, Pediatric CranioSacral Therapy, therapeutic bodywork within the Ayurvedic tradition of ancient India as well as Sacred Hawaiian Temple massage.
Spirituality: A long time practitioner of spiritual yoga and meditation. Traveled to India and other parts of the world in order to learn directly from spiritual adepts steeped in the ancient yet ever new tradition of yoga.
Creative Arts: Extensive background as a dancer, creative and performance artist.
Intro to Dialectical Behavior Therapy: Tuesdays, 6:30-8:00 P.M.
This class will consist of 3 modules: Distress tolerance, Emotional Regulation, and Interpersonal Effectiveness.
Note: Dr. Dublinski (PSB94025819) is a psychological assistant working directly under the supervision of Dr. Halliday (PSY23206). At this time she is not accepting insurance plans, but we offer sliding scale prices.
To work with Dr. Dublinski, please contact our Client Care Advocate, Ry: (760) 635-3310 Ext 104