Julia Wenegrat, LMFT

 Julia Wenegrat, LMFT Marriage and Family Therapy

Julia Wenegrat, LMFT
Marriage and Family Therapy

Julia Wenegrat is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist (100357) in California and in Washington State (LF60518318).  She received her Master’s degree in Marriage and Family Therapy from Pacific Lutheran University in 2012 and her undergraduate degree in Sociology from Reed College in 2002.  Julia obtained extensive post-graduate training in treating anxiety and Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD) and was in private practice for 3 years in Seattle, Washington before joining Pacific Anxiety Group.

Julia enjoys providing therapy to adults, teens and couples with a focus on anxiety and excessive worry. She has a natural talent in making quick, meaningful and lasting connections with the individuals she works with. Julia draws from Sue Johnson's Emotionally Focused Therapy and John Gottman’s clinical research as a framework for couple and individual therapy sessions and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy with Exposure and Response Prevention for the treatment of anxiety, OCD, and related disorders.  Julia is a Clinical Fellow of the American Association of Marriage and Family Therapists (AAMFT) and a Licensed Member of the California Association of Marriage and Family Therapy (CAMFT).

 

 

Selected Publications

Ackerman, S., Wenegrat, J., Rettew, D., Althoff, R., Bernier R. (2014). No increase in autism-associated genetic events in children conceived by assisted reproduction. Fertility and Sterility. Aug;102(2):388-93. doi: 10.1016/j.fertnstert.2014.04.020.

Wenegrat, J. & Bernier, R. (2012). Kaufman Assessment Battery for Children-2nd Edition. In F. Volkmar’s Encyclopedia of Autism Spectrum Disorders. New York, NY: Springer.

Wenegrat, J. & Bernier, R. (2012). Autism Epidemic. In M. Martin’s Encyclopedia of Autism. Santa Barbara, CA: Greenwood Press.

Wenegrat, J. & Bernier, R. (2012). School Psychologist. In F. Volkmar’s Encyclopedia of Autism Spectrum Disorders. New York, NY: Springer.

Simons Vip Consortium. (2012). Simons Variation in Individuals Project (Simons VIP): A genetics-first approach to studying autism spectrum and related neurodevelopmental disorders. Neuron, 73, 6, 1063-7.