Nsight takes an Integrative and Solution Focused approach to therapy based on evidenced based practices. CBT, DBT, and Family Systems orientations are utilized in an emotionally focused manner to assist client in overcoming emotional issues that reinforce the dependence on substances as a coping skill.
Mary Helen is an experienced lawyer and advocates for people who have been diagnosed with a mental illness and those who have substance abuse issues. Prior to founding Nsight she worked in a firm whose clients included a 100 bed treatment center in Orange County, and represented clients in both state and federal courts. In 2011 a treatment center had a vacancy at their CEO position and believed that Mary Helen, with her expertise and knowledge of the center and its clients, was a perfect candidate. She had worked as the company’s outside counsel for more than three years and then ran the company as the CEO for another two.More
Chelsea Nicole Weinstein, LMFT, is one of the professional therapists on the Nsight Psychology & Addiction team. She received a BA in psychology from Pepperdine and also received a teaching certificate while a student at the University. Besides being an academic standout, Chelsea was also a member of the Pepperdine swim team, an activity she was engaged in for 17 years. After graduation with a BA, she entered the Phillips Graduate Institute and was awarded an MS in Psychology with a Marriage and Family concentration.More
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