Matthew Van Osch, AMFT

I am Matt Van Osch, an associate marriage and family therapist supervised by Jordan Boehlder.  I received my B.A. in Psychology from Sonoma State University and my M.A. in Counseling Psychology from John F. Kennedy University.  I have experience working with adolescents, adults, groups, and couples using a variety of evidence based practices.  I have worked in a diverse range of community and academic settings.


My therapeutic approach involves providing a safe space for my clients to express their feelings and share their experiences.  My style is both collaborative and tailored to the individual needs of each person I work with.  I can help by providing tools and strategies for managing mental health, but I also believe in the healing nature of the therapeutic relationship, in and of itself.  I am passionate about helping my clients develop a deeper understanding of their thoughts, emotions, and values.  And then, turning those insights into action.

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    Matthew Van Osch, AMFT
         Supervised by:
      Jordan Boehler, LCSW

Trainings and Certificates:

  • Cognitive-behavior therapy

  • Narrative therapy

  • Person-centered talk therapy

  • Cognitive processing therapy

  • Gottman's Therapy for couples

  • Attachment in couples relationship

  • Nonviolent communication