top of page

I'm Jodi


Jodi Engstrom, Psy.D.
Clinical Psychologist


I’m passionate about helping individuals and families forge deeper relationships and create meaningful lives. 


I have a warm, collaborative, and interactive style. My aim is to create an environment where you feel safe to begin a process of curiosity, exploration, and discovery. A deeper understanding of the self often leads to self-compassion and reduces discomfort. Over time, you will begin to feel more solid in your choices and experience more meaning in your life. I believe you have a plan to overcome what's difficult for you and my role is to help you actualize it.


There are many reasons to see a therapist. Some people use therapy to process trauma and other painful experiences, like death, divorce, or injury. Others feel a sense of stuckness, or wonder if they might be able to get more out of life. Still others are looking for a guide to help them think through tricky relationships, endeavors, and transitions. Whatever your reason for seeking a therapist, I look forward to seeing how we might work together. 

"I believe you have a plan to overcome what's difficult for you and my role is to help you actualize it."
– JE


Jodi Engstrom

I earned my BA in Family and Human Services with a minor in Special Education from the University of Oregon. After pursuing a Master's in Social Work and finding it wasn't the right fit, I pursued my doctoral degree in psychology from the California School of Professional Psychology in San Francisco with an emphasis in children and families, and am a licensed clinical psychologist (CA PSY 28086). I have been working with children and adults since 2002 in a variety of settings, from residential and community mental health centers, to private practice. 


I was born and raised in Marin County. As such I have decades of personal and professional expertise unique to the area. In my free time I enjoy spending time with my three kids and husband, visiting with friends and family, cooking new recipes, and being outside. 




"...begin a process of curiosity, exploration,
and discovery..."

bottom of page