Julie Iverson | LMFT

License #110168


Hi There! I’m Julie Iverson, a Marriage and Family Therapist licensed in the state of California who provides online mental health sessions while I travel North America, work on writing, and continue to pursue knowledge that will help me offer the most help to the clients I get to work with.

You must register before paying or scheduling any services.


Texting Hours

Mon. Tues. Thurs. 11:00 am – 7:00 pm

Text sessions are completed through a private and secure app.

Your registration confirmation email will have complete details on the texting app.

I have a passion for helping children, teens, and young adults grow their skills and confidence so they can live a life where they feel they can thrive. I love working with youth and young adults who are struggling with trauma, PTSD, depression, anxiety and/or their sense of self-worth. I exclusively provide tele-therapy (think FaceTime) for people who reside in California. I help my clients understand why their life is not working and I offer them creative and effective solutions. I use a variety of psychological approaches and customize the therapy to meet my clients where they are. I ran a successful school-based mental health program and a grief program for several years. Now I offer individual therapy via an online platform for people of all ages who have experienced a loss of any kind, including the death of a loved one, as well as the various challenges life can present. If you’re looking for support, feel free to reach out!

Approach & Values

I am experienced in working with all ages and populations but particularly specialize in teens and adults with depression, anxiety, trauma or struggling with grief. I utilize Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Solution Focused Therapy, Mindfulness, Self-Compassion, and other modalities to help you build coping skills, find balance in life, learn a long-term approach to self-care, and build your ability to offer yourself compassion. My goal is to help you feel ready to move toward a life that feels more fulfilling while also dealing with the challenge’s life has thrown at you.


I’ve worked in a residential program for teens with dual diagnosis, in community clinics providing services for children, couples, and young adults, at a non-profit where I built a school-based mental health program and grief program while offering services to those populations as well, and in a group practice where I provided services for teens and adults struggling with complex emotional and behavioral issues