Dr. Dashtban has been a licensed clinical psychologist in California since 2008. She received her doctor of psychology degree from California School of Professional Psychology, Alliant International University in the bay area.
See Dr. Dashtban's Clinical Vitae here.
Dr. Dashtban's area of clinical emphasis is in behavioral medicine, which is an interplay between medicine and psychology. Since 1985 when Dr. Dashtban was introduced to the field of psychology, she studied Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) and based her clinical and research emphasis on the premises of CBT. In 2009 Dr. Dashtban attended one of Dr. David Burns' seminars in Anaheim, CA and was introduced to the T.E.A.M model. Since then she continued her studies in TEAM at Stanford weekly seminars and in 2013 she joined hands with other clinicians in the opening of Feeling Good Institute and was among the first series of Fellows at FGI. In 2014 she completed her final level of training in TEAM therapy at FGI as a level 4 certified TEAM Trainer and therapist and in the same year she co-found Feeling Good Therapy and Training Center of Fremont.
At the Fremont Center, Dr. Dashtban uses the TEAM method, a highly effective, CBT based and patient centered style of psychotherapy to treat patients with anxiety and mood disorders, those struggling with unwanted habits and addictions, and those struggling with chronic health conditions.
Professional Memberships and affiliations:
Alameda Psychological Association