Hopefully, you expect a therapist to be warm, caring, empathetic, and helpful, so I won't emphasize those qualities here. Here are some of what MacKenzie considers to be her more unique features:
MacKenzie has a BA in Political Theory from Scripps College and an MA in Counseling Psychology from John F. Kennedy University.
MacKenzie is proud to have begun her private practice career as an intern with Audrea Butler Acuña at Alameda Counseling Associates.
She began her mental health career with Crisis Support Services of Alameda County. In addition to spending six years on their suicide and crisis hotlines, MacKenzie worked as a therapist for a variety of populations and served as a member of the community education team. To learn more about the services Crisis Support offers, please visit their website.
MacKenzie is the Program Manager for a service team that provides case management to adults struggling with poverty, homelessness, and mental health challenges as part of Bay Area Community Services.