Ashley Azra Tucic, AMFT


I graduated from Santa Clara University with a Master’s in Counseling Psychology, with an Emphasis on Health Psychology. During my schooling, I was elected as the VP of Student Affairs for the Graduate Student Association. Additionally, I volunteered at Stanford Medical School for the Walk With Me Program to advocate for patient-centered care.

I am committed to empowering teens facing various challenges, shaping my approach with compassion and understanding. The population with whom I have experience includes high school students diagnosed with Autism, anxiety, depression, self-esteem issues, medication compliance challenges, and chronic medical health conditions. I create a nurturing environment where teenagers feel safe to express themselves and pursue their aspirations through an integrative approach to treatment. Drawing from a diverse array of therapies such as CBT, DBT, patient-centered therapy, and play therapy, I strive to empower each individual on their journey toward growth and fulfillment. I have worked with families and am open to working with adults facing similar challenges.

I possess a unique ability to connect with students diagnosed with Autism, behavior problems, and mood disorders.