Chloe Rodriguez, MA

Chloe Rodriguez, MA

Practicum Trainee; Program: Doctor of Psychology in Clinical Psychology, Fuller Theological Seminary 

Supervised by Grace Goodman, Psy.D. (PSY28905)

Pronouns: She / Her / Hers

As a member of the assessment team, I help clients gain insight about their internal and relational dynamics and neurocognitive strengths and struggles. I have a passion for collaborating with clients as they strive towards a greater understanding of themselves, others, and the world. I understand that everyone approaches the change process differently and I am here to provide a safe space for my clients in that process.

As a therapist, I utilize a nonjudgmental approach that focuses on the client’s whole self, and I tailor treatment to fit each of my client’s strengths, needs, and developmental stages. A few interventions that I implement include mindfulness, cognitive-behavioral therapy, grounding techniques, play therapy, and both psychodynamic and attachment-based approaches. I aim to holistically support clients’ health and well-being through strengthening interpersonal relationships, increasing connection to the systems and community around them, and fostering a deeper awareness of themselves and others. Additionally, I emphasize a trauma-focused approach to help clients process past experiences that are potentially impacting their current levels of functioning across various domains. My goal is to help my clients to become their most authentic selves and live their lives to the fullest. 


I provide support for growth in the following areas:

  • Trauma
  • Anxiety
  • Depression
  • Emotional Dysregulation
  • Relationships
  • Identify Formation
  • Disrupted Attachment
  • Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
  • Psychological Assessments
  • Foster Care and Adoption

Prior Experience:

  • Azusa Pacific University Community Counseling Center, Azusa
  • The Guidance Center, Compton


  • In Progress: Doctor of Psychology in Clinical Psychology, Azusa Pacific University
  • Master of Arts in Psychology, Azusa Pacific University
  • Bachelor of Arts in Psychology, Azusa Pacific University

Mission:  My mission is to empower clients to become their most authentic selves by strengthening their relationships to themselves and others and highlighting their unique strengths.  I help clients feel empowered and safe to explore their interpersonal and intrapersonal experiences to strive toward growth and healing. 


Phone: 626-585-8075 ext. 140

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