Margaret Obilor, M.A. is a graduate of Santa Clara University, where she obtained a master’s degree in Counseling Psychology, with an emphasis in Career Development. She developed an expertise administering the Myers-Briggs and other career related assessment tools to assist individuals in career transition. She has nearly completed her doctoral degree at Argosy University-San Francisco where she studied the impact of western culture on immigrant grandmothers, living with their adult children. She enjoys working with teens and adolescents, families, adults, as well as geriatric populations. She specializes in mood disorders (depression, Bipolar disorder, anxiety disorders, acculturation and immigration concerns as well as general multicultural concerns. In addition, she works frequently with individuals who present with addiction and substance abuse concerns, Interpersonal difficulties, trauma and PTSD-related presentations. Margaret utilizes Solution-Focused and Narrative therapy approaches to treatment, with emphasis on empowering individuals to work towards their own recovery, and full potential in life. In addition, she has worked both in County Behavioral Health and Non-Profit Community–Based Organizations.