Mary Cipriani-Price, LMFT MFC32742, Owner/Director
A Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, Clinical Supervisor, Assistant Professor at Azusa Pacific University and Associate Professor at Bethel University, Mary’s personal mission is her passion to change the divorce statistics and help couples create a deeper and more meaningful connection that will last their lifetime. She is also passionate about helping individuals and families live to their greatest potential. Mary earned her B.A. from Eastern University, M.S. in Counseling and Human Relations at Villanova University and completed an advanced training certificate, doctoral level, in Marriage, Family and Sex Therapy with the Marriage Council at the University of Pennsylvania, School of Medicine, Department of Psychiatry. Mary has been in the counseling field for 29 years with a focus on couples counseling, individuals, and families. She continues her training in Couples Therapy from Susan Johnson, and has trained with the Couples Institute, John Gottman, EMDR, Domestic Violence, and Sex Therapy. She is currently a member of the California Association of Marriage and Family Therapists and the American Association of Marriage and Family Therapists.
Mary has extensive training and experience working with the following:
Sexual Difficulties and Intimacy
Adults Molested as Children
Grief and Loss
Healing from Affairs
"There are lots of therapists out there, but if you want your challenges fixed not just your symptoms treated and in the process loved and cared for you have come to the right place." Pastor Darren Carrington, Rock Church
"I left feeling "heard". I am so thankful and can't tell you how refreshing that was for me. " T.
"Other therapists suggested individual therapy or divorce...we had little hope. You were able to help us understand what went wrong in our marriage and helped us to break our destructive cycle. We are now happy and our children won't suffer the horrible consequences of divorce." L.
"My husband had an affair. We were devastated and ready to divorce. You did not judge us but helped us understand where we had disconnected and helped us to heal from our past injuries. We are now strong and helping other couples in our church." S.