Jeannette Goldsberry, Psy.D.
Dr. Jeannette Goldsberry is a licensed clinical psychologist in San Diego, CA. Dr. Goldsberry earned her Master of Arts and Doctorate of Psychology degrees in clinical psychology from the Arizona School of Professional Psychology, at Argosy University. She received her Bachelor of Arts from Arizona State University and graduated summa cum laude.
Dr. Goldsberry believes all people deserve access to quality, culturally competent therapeutic services and this is reflected in the breadth of her clinical experience. She has treated children, adolescents, adults, and families in a variety of settings from private practice to state and federal correctional facilities. Across settings, her clients have varied in age, race, ethnicity, immigration, acculturation, sexual orientation, socioeconomic status, academic achievement, gender identity, spirituality, religious affiliation, and ability. She is accustomed to adapting treatment to meet the needs of the individual, whether adaptations are needed due to diversity factors and/or environmental factors. While training in a maximum-security jail, she adapted and implemented an evidence-based substance abuse treatment to those in restrictive housing and provided data for research, the results of which were presented at a national conference on correctional mental health. She also developed, implemented, and researched the effectiveness of individualized treatment plans for high-risk patients who were decompensating due to isolation, and/or who exhibited frequent need for inpatient stabilization due to being a danger to themselves and/or others. She has experience treating people with a wide range of mental health concerns including mood, psychotic disorders, and suicidal ideation. In addition to her treatment experience, Dr. Goldsberry has extensive evaluative experience. She has conducted evaluations for family court and criminal court at the state and federal level. She provided low-cost legal mitigation evaluations for those who were indigent. She conducted court-ordered forensic evaluations concerning legal issues of competency to stand trial and responsibility. She has also conducted psychological evaluations to clarify diagnostic and or functional concerns for adolescents and adults.
Dr. Goldsberry has a holistic, integrative, and collaborative approach to care. She meets clients where they are at and relies on evidence-based methods of treatment including cognitive behavioral treatment (CBT), solution-focused, and mindfulness-based interventions. She is empathic, open, and works to ensure everyone in her care feels safe and understood.