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Meet Our Staff
Eric Anderson, LMFT, CSAT
M.S. in Marital and Family Therapy
Eric Anderson LMFT CSAT-S is the founder and clinical director at Pathway Therapy Center. He graduated in 2012 with his Masters In Marriage and Family Therapy from Fuller Theological Seminary’s school of psychology and began working in the field off addiction treatment as a primary therapist in a residential chemical dependency treatment center in Southern California.
Renee Swanson AMFT
M.A in. Clinical Psychology for Marriage & Family Therapy
Renee Swanson is an Associate Marriage and Family Therapist at Pathway Therapy Center with a passion for psychology, interpersonal relationships, and understanding how people think, feel, and behave. She holds a master’s degree in clinical psychology with an emphasis on Marriage and Family Therapy from Pepperdine University.
Renee's previous experience includes working with clients at an inpatient substance abuse rehabilitation center, where she addressed mental health issues including trauma, depression, anxiety, and personality disorders, in addition to substance abuse and addiction. Renee also has experience working as a Certified Nutrition Consultant and owning a small retail business. Currently, Renee works with individuals, couples, and partners as they navigate the effects of sex and pornography addiction. She believes that each client is unique and should have a tailored therapeutic experience to meet their specific needs and goals. Renee works in an integrative manner, utilizing tools from different types of therapy including psychodynamic, cognitive-behavioral therapy, narrative therapy, relational, and acceptance and commitment. Renee's philosophy is to collaborate with the client and provide respect, non-judgmental support, and empathy as they determine their next steps in life. If you are interested in working with Renee, she offers consultations to discuss what you are looking to gain from therapy.
Philip Huang AMFT
M.A. in Counseling Psychology
Philip Huang is an AMFT and an experienced sex educator, specializing in men’s sexual health. With over 20 years of experience, Philip helps men understand the underlying needs they are trying to meet through sex and porn, how they consume sex and porn to avoid intimacy or feeling, and how to communicate their needs and desires with their partner(s).
Philip helps his clients develop a healthy, pleasurable, and fulfilling sexual practice that benefits both them and their partner(s). He holds a M.A. in Counseling Psychology from the Wright Institute and believes in incremental change, as he works with his clients to try new things for a week or two and evaluate their progress. Through his work, Philip believes that understanding, rather than shame or guilt, leads to meaningful change. He also views therapy as a defined space where clients can practice new ways of being and relating before moving on to the next phase of their lives.
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