Dr. Randi Fredricks, Ph.D. is a therapist, researcher and author with a Ph.D. in Psychology and a Doctorate in Naturopathy. Dr. Fredricks works as a licensed marriage and family therapist in California (License #47803). She is also a certified clinical nutritionist, herbalist, hypnotherapist, and master NLP practitioner. She provides cognitive behavioral therapy and client-centered therapies for anxiety, depression, addiction, and eating disorders at San Jose Counseling and Psychotherapy, her private practices in San Jose, CA.
Dr. Fredricks was the CEO of a successful Silicon Valley corporation for over 10 years and has experience counseling some of Silicon Valley's top business executives with reducing work anxiety and stress and managing depression with natural remedies. Her undergraduate degree was from Santa Clara University where she published a landmark study on communication, addiction, and codependency. Dr. Fredricks' counseling psychology master's degree is from John F. Kennedy University and her Ph.D. in psychology is from the Institute of Transpersonal Psychology where she published a highly recognized study on cognitive behavioral therapy, depression, and alternative medicine.
Dr. Fredricks' best-selling books include Healing & Wholeness: Complementary and Alternative Therapies for Mental Health, a 650-page compendium that provides a comprehensive overview of complementary and alternative treatments for mental health, with information and research on their effectiveness for treating specific psychiatric disorders. Her latest book, Fasting: An Exceptional Human Experience has been lauded as a hugely successful major work.
Dr. Fredricks has a special way of making her clients feel supported and deeply cared for. She provides both individual psychotherapy and marriage counseling and has developed a proprietary therapeutic approach that combines alternative therapies with traditional evidenced-based psychotherapies.
To contact Dr. Fredricks, visit http://www.drrandifredricks.com or call her at (408) 264-3082.