Carol Potter, MFT
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        Carol Potter graduated from Harvard with a B.A. in Social Relations, also known as psychology. She received her Masters in Marriage and Family Therapy at Phillips Graduate Institute in Encino, CA in 1997 and was licensed four years later (MFT37766). As adjunct Faculty at Phillips, she has taught Narrative, Solution-Focused and other contemporary theories of Marriage and Family Therapy, Treatment planning and Presentation, Research and Workshop Presentation. Currently, she is teaching Best Practice Parenting at Southern California Counseling Center with her colleague Clay Crosby, a class which they designed incorporating mindfulness practice and appreciative inquiry, and where she also facilitates groups for the Community Counselor Certification program. She serves as the Narrative specialist at the Moonview Sanctuary Day Treatment Program in Santa Monica. In addition to her years of experience working with depression and anxiety, Carol has specialized training in grief and loss, anger management, couples therapy, mindfulness practice and contemplative prayer.