Joelle Rabow Maletis LLC
1061 El Monte Avenue
Mountain View, CA 94040
Joelle Maletis, MA.Ed., MA, LMFT
Joelle practices a competency and skill-based, solution-focused, and intern-centered clinical supervision. She conducts competency-based clinical supervision founded on the knowledge, skills, values, and experience she has gained in working with both multiculturalism and diversity as well as legal and ethical parameters.
In 2010, Joelle established her private practice in Los Altos and Mountain View, CA, the heart of Silicon Valley. At the practice, she works tirelessly with her clients to provide the support and practical feedback they need to effectively address personal challenges and to build personal strengths. A licensed marriage and family therapist as well as a MAEd in education, Joelle is one of the leading experts military psychology professionals in her field. She has received special training and certifications to help her effectively aid all types of military personnel and veterans with everything from rebuilding or strengthening their relationships, to combating stress and deployment trauma.
In addition to her specialization in military psychology, Joelle has established herself as an expert in numerous other areas as well. She has worked extensively with people who have been dealing with eating disorders, multi-complex addictions, self-harming behavior, anxiety, depression, bipolar issues, dual-diagnosis/CD PHP and IOP programs.
Joelle has been featured on ABC7 with Cheryl Jennings Special Report on Eating Disorders and Body Image, 60 Minutes. She continues to make regular radio, podcast and television appearances to educate people on mental health topics, and has presented a TED-Ed animation video on Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder, PTSD. Recently, Joelle was the assistant producer/director of Goodfellows Film’s new short film, REPRESSIVE FIRE, about a soldier who struggles to piece together sporadic memories of his harrowing deployment in Iraq.
Joelle is also a Behavior Threat Assessment & Certified Trainer by Sigma and provides training to clients. Her training sessions address risks for potential violence by a student, colleague, or patient who may be a potential threat to the workplace. Sessions explore and focus on identifying Pre-Attack Behavior, differentiating self-harming behavior and behavior that indicates potential harm to others, and the actions that need to be taken to prevent violence or injury.
In addition to being a prominent family and relationship psychotherapist, Joelle is also an author, motivational speaker, Silicon Valley executive coach, and the clinical director. She is a published author as well as a presenter on both local and national levels.
Years In Practice
Marriage & Family Therapist
John F. Kennedy University; 2008
MA Holistic Counseling Psychology
*Certifications in addictions; Broad Spectrum Eating Disorder;
LGBQTI/sexual identity issues
*Fellowship in co-occuring (dual diagnosis) mental health issues
Stanford University/San Jose State University;1997
MA.Ed Higher education with a specialization in performance dance
Masters in Holistic Counseling Psychology
MAEd, MA, LMFT
MFC # 51094
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