Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist

    in the state of California



    Ms. Capers works with individuals, couples, and families in San Diego, Ca. Currently Ms. Capers lectures and publishes on the topics of couples treatment. the trans-generational transmission of trauma, socio-politics/ideology. She earned her Masters Degree from Antioch, Los Angeles, where she was chosen as valedictorian. She has worked as a Subject Matter Expert as a Senior Consultant both domestically and abroad. Her background includes being an actress, screenwriter, theatre director/producer.


    Her specialities are depression, anxiety, PTSD, life transitions, living with suicide, LGBTQ issues, Stepfamily Issues.


    She co-wrote a paper presented at Fordham University and invited to Harvard Medical School, about the work of John Rawls.


    All communication is confidential (unless there is child abuse or elder abuse. I am a mandated reporter.)


    Contact: info@nancycapers.com, 858 232-9697.


    Change is made over time, through bite-sized steps that you may actually enjoy. Occasionally, an ah-ha moment will burst through, but ordinarily, it happens over time in small increments.




    California Marriage & Family Therapist



    Member American Assoc. of Marriage & Famliy Therapists





    Clinical Fellow has met the rigorous standards of training in marriage and family therapy and are recognized worldwide for these standards.



    Aging & transitions






    Seeing clients on encrypted Zoom



    Member of SAG-AFTRA, WGA





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  • Blog posts:


    October 6, 2019
    Foreword: I quickly wrote the article below in 1986, about three weeks after the event: a mid-air...
    The Application of Rawlsian Concepts to Psychotherapy (Presented at Fordham University; invited...
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  • Education and Presentations

    Ms. Capers provides education, training, and presentations to business and academic settings. SPEAKER presentations include:

    - Stepfamilies

    - PTSD

    - Utilizing Rawlsian Concepts in Psychotherapy

    - Acting teacher (groups or individual coaching)

    - Theatre Director/Producer

    - Process Therapy Model

    A Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist holds a master’s or doctoral degree from an accredited school in addition to a minimum 5,000 hours of post-masters supervised experience in a clinical setting. The therapist must be licensed, certified, and registered at the clinical level in the jurisdiction of practice. An LMFT provides direct services, including interventions focused on interpersonal interactions, intrapsychic dynamics, and life management issues. LMFT services are based on bio-psychosocial perspectives. Services consist of assessment, diagnosis, treatment (psychotherapy) client-centered advocacy, consultation, evaluation, and prevention of mental illness, emotional, or behavioral disturbances.



    “Therapy is like taking a course where YOU are the topic. Enjoy the journey and soak in every tidbit you can; you never know when it might come in handy. It can be an amazing, transformative process toward living a conscious life.” ~ Ryan PhD

    Interview San Diego Voyager: sdvoyager.com/interview/meet-nancy-capers-rag-lady-productions-la-jolla


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    La Jolla, CA
    858 232 9697
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