“I work with adults who are seeking therapy to overcome difficulties in relationships, cope with work-related stress, manage intense emotions related to past experiences, or deal with anxiety, depression, or substance use that feels unmanageable. I also work with couples to improve their communication and connection, better understand their relationship dynamics, and manage conflict.
I practice a number of therapeutic modalities including ACT, CBT, DBT, and mindfulness, and I tailor my approach to fit my patients’ needs, while bringing irreverence, warmth, and humility to our sessions. I view therapy as a collaborative process and my goal is to help clients reconnect with their own strengths to empower them to build the life they want to live.”
Dr. Moberg is passionate about increasing access to mental health care. In addition to clinical practice, she has worked to disseminate evidence-based tools to support emotional well-being through the use of technology. This work has included intervention design, research on outcomes, and translating clinical concepts into information that non-clinicians can understand and utilize. During her graduate training at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, Dr. Moberg received multiple NIH-funded grants to study emotional processing in addiction and recovery. Dr Moberg completed her postdoctoral fellowship at the Stanford University Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences.
General, Trauma Recovery Clinic, Relationship Clinic
Graduate School: University of Wisconsin-Madison
Internship: VA Palo Alto Health Care System
Post-doctoral Fellowship: Stanford University – Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences