Nina Carnevale, LMFT 121361

Hi there!
Thank you for considering me to assist you with your journey. You’ve already taken the first step, which is to notice that something doesn’t seem right, or you’ve reached a pivotal point. Maybe you’re asking yourself, “What really matters to me?” Or wondering why your relationships aren’t quite where you want them to be. I believe my role is to meet you where you are in life and assist you on this journey for however long, or short you feel necessary. In order to do this, building a safe, trusting and attuned relationship is essential. I strive to create a space where people feel free to be themselves, feel heard, accepted and authentic to who they are. I use an integrated approach from a variety of modalities mainly DBT, CBT, internal family systems, attachment -based theory and a humanistic approach. I approach therapy holistically because we are complex beings with intersectional identities and it’s not usually a one size fits all!  I have over 10 years of experience working with a wide range of individuals including adults, professionals, 1st/2nd generation immigrants, children, families, young adults, LGBTQIAA individuals, POC and underserved populations.  I look forward to meeting you.




Individual Therapy/Counseling


LGBTQIA++ community
Bipolar affective disorder




My Qualifications


Master of Arts, Clinical and Counseling Psychology

Argosy University, Alameda

Bachelor of Science

Major: Human Development

Minor: Middle East/South Asian Studies

University of California, Davis

Professional Training and Experience

  • Licensed Psychotherapist, Kaiser Permanente Department of Adult Psychiatry

  • Pacific Center for Human Growth

  • Telecare Partners in Wellness

  • San Mateo County Behavioral Health and Recovery Services

  • Department of Defense Education Activity, Aviano Air Base, Italy

  • Case Management

Specialized Training

  • DBT Skills Training- Behavioral Tech, a Linehan Institute Training Company

  • CBT

  • Emotion Focused Therapy

  • Codependency 

  • Internal Family Systems

  • Attachment Based Therapy


  • Therapists of Color

  • Queer POC Bay Area

  • Norsled Dog Rescue- Walnut Creek, CA      

  • Family Dog Rescue

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Consultation Inquiry



648 Menlo Ave, Menlo Park, CA 94025

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