Anjuli Corzine, M.A.
Anjuli moved to Santa Cruz five years ago to begin her educational journey at the University of California, Santa Cruz. After graduating with a bachelor's degree in psychology and anthropology, she went on to complete her MA in clinical psychology at Columbia University with a concentration in psychotherapeutic theory. During her master's, Anjuli worked in a lab that researched trauma, emotion regulation, and resiliency in the context of loss and psychopathology, and regularly incorporates this knowledge into her treatment ideologies. Anjuli's clinical background is in treating substance use disorder, and she has gained a deep appreciation for the art of healing and recovery while working with this population. Additionally, she has experienced a diverse clientele with a variety of backgrounds, diagnoses, and struggles, which has provided her with a rich appreciation for the individual healing processes that different people pursue. She also has a passion for working with youth and young adults, and believes that there is great power in anyone who can choose to seek help. Anjuli draws from a humanistic and trauma informed approach to treatment, and believes that there is great importance in making a person feel heard and held in a safe space while they begin to unpack the journey that brought them into treatment. She also believes in the significance of client collaboration in treatment, and that incorporating the unique values and experiences of each individual has the capacity to create an impactful treatment environment.