I've had a life-long interest in health, wellness, and creating a more connected, sustainable world in which people can find balance between self, family, community, and work.
I began my career in nonprofit management before becoming a parent when I was fortunate enough to be able to take some time out of the paid workforce.
Returning to work, I switched career paths to working with individuals and groups (including couples and families) helping them access their own healing potential.
In 2012, I enrolled in a three-year program at the Berkeley Institute of Homeopathy. The training provided a solid grounding in the history, theory, and practice of homeopathy. This is also where I began my development as a clinician, working one-on-one or with small groups or families.
In 2019 I enrolled in the Master of Arts in Counseling Psychology, Concentration in Somatic Psychology program at California Institute of Integral Studies, completing a practicum training program at the Center for Somatic Psychotherapy in 2021.
At the same time, the global pandemic and broad utilization of telehealth coincided with the start of my work as a therapist. While I continue to offer telehealth, it is my intention to provide safe, accessible, in-person therapy to those who desire it.
I incorporate multiple somatic modalities and approaches, including EMDR.
Delilah Raybee, AMFT #131707
Supervised by Eugene Porter, LMFT #19703
AMFT (Registered Associate Marriage and Family Therapist)