Paige Cline is an Associate Marriage and Family Therapist (#107378) who provides therapy and counseling services to adult women, men, and couples of all ages, as well as older teens. She received her master’s degree in clinical counseling from California State University, Fullerton, and is currently working under the supervision of Dr. Megan Phillips (PSY28184).
Paige specializes in working with clients in the areas of depression and anxiety, romantic, family and peer relationship concerns, LGBTQ issues, self-esteem, stress, compassion fatigue in caregivers, grief and loss, trauma, pet loss and bereavement, premarital counseling, codependency, infidelity, divorce and life transitions.
Paige works from a person-centered, humanistic, and solution-focused point of view that values the client’s own experience and honors their pain with empathy and nonjudgmental understanding. Once the client has had an opportunity to examine and process their experiences, and feels fully supported and ready to move forward, she uses a hopeful, optimistic, strengths-based approach to help them identify and implement solutions to their problems, and change their lives for the better. Humor and lightheartedness – when appropriate – are hallmarks of Paige’s approach, and she believes humor is a powerful coping and healing mechanism. Truvy in “Steel Magnolias” said it best: “Laughter through tears is my favorite emotion!”
To speak with Paige about her services and availability, you can contact her directly at 562-888-0768 or Paige@cottonwoodpsychology.com. You can also view our pricing options on our Fees & Payments page.
Cottonwood Psychology Center is proud to offer in office & online cognitive-behavioral and strengths-based therapy services to clients in Anaheim, Yorba Linda, Villa Park, Placentia, Orange and surrounding areas.