Meet Dr. Dee!

I pride myself on courteous, efficient and professional service. I am Licensed as a Marriage & Family Therapist (MFT) and I am in the process of being licensed as a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPCC). I regularly attend seminars and conventions to ensure that my work is informed by the most advanced psychoanalytic methods.

This is who I am:

Dee-Anna R. Bradley, Psy.D., LMFT, LPCC (LMFC47061 & LPC879)

Psy.D., General Psychology, American Behavioral Studies Institute

Further Graduate work (Ph.D, Clinical Psychology), Pacifica Graduate Institute

Master of Science, Marital & Family Therapy, CSU Dominguez Hills

Bachelor of Science, Human Services, CSU Fullerton


Hello and Welcome to my webpage! I'm Dee-Anna, otherwise known as "Dr. Dee." I specialize in Adult, Teen, and group counseling. I also work with Families in a therapeutic setting as well. I have been a licensed Marriage & Family Therapist since March 2009. I have been licensed as a Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor since February, 2014.


My experience prior to being licensed as a therapist was gained at AIDS Project Los Angeles. Here, I provided individual and group counseling services to adults and teens diagnosed with the HIV virus. The bulk of both my pre and post-licensure experience was gained at The Salvation Army Adult Rehabilitation Center in Anaheim, CA. I spent 6 years working with the Male and Female Rehabilitation programs, I facilitated weekly process groups as well as working with children of the rehabilitation beneficiaries. I gained valuable experience here, working with various issue, including depression, anxiety, drug and alcohol abuse and recovery, transition issues and domestic violence/PTSD recovery.


People often ask what "my style" of therapy is. I listen intently to what the presenting problem or concern is from my client, and then work from many different schools of thought in order to formulate and produce a treatment plan that best suits them.  Not every technique works for the same person. Often times, the first session, also known as the "Intake Session," is the best time to gather information, as well as for each party to get to know each other, to see if the therapeutic match is a good fit for both client and therapist. I tend to be direct with adults and groups, which might or might not fit the needs of your situation. I present very genuinely and truthfully, and sometimes, people who come to counseling aren't ready to hear that. But oftentimes, we work through it and strength from within the client is gained and with that, the client gains clarity.


When I'm "off the clock" as a counselor, I enjoy fishing, bicycle riding, camping, going to the river, hiking, gold panning, and enjoying all of the things El Dorado County has to offer.