Los Altos Psychotherapy is a group practice for marriage and family therapy based in Los Altos, California that works with clients to change lives together. We support teens, families, and adults facing a wide range of personal and family challenges such as depression, anxiety, and young adult support. The practice has a particular focus on difficult to resolve issues like trauma, eating disorders, and teens in crisis. Through empathetic understanding and caring engagement the goal is to help people achieve lasting positive changes in their lives and relationships.
The practice has its origins in 2014 when owner Tracy Greene began her work as a therapist. Tracy found herself working with clients who had struggled with the same issues for many years without finding resolution or any sense of real progress. More difficult issues had often just been avoided due to a lack of a supportive resource who could help. This is the gap Tracy worked with her clients to fill. A global pandemic and events of the last few years magnified both the need for this deeper level of support and the lack of available services, particularly for adolescents. In response, Tracy opened Los Altos Psychotherapy in 2021.
Meet The Team
Services are provided by a team of licensed and associate marriage and family therapists. All associate therapists are personally trained and supervised by Tracy Greene. Appointments are held in person at our Los Altos office or online anywhere in California, based on client preference.
Tracy Greene, LMFT
Tracy specializes in supporting individuals and families in crisis, helping sort though the emotional impact while developing strategies to move forward. One of her strengths is working with teens and their parents to create stronger bonds. Her work with individuals focuses identifying and changing emotional patterns that keep them stuck.
Tracy’s areas of expertise include:
- depression / suicidality
- self-esteem / self-worth
- eating disorders
- learning disorders / ADHD
- teen sexuality and gender issues
- trauma — emotional and childhood
- grief and loss
Tracy’s style is genuine, empathetic, humorous, and direct, supporting open conversations on painful and difficult topics.
Tracy holds a master’s degree in Counseling Psychology from Santa Clara University. She is psychodynamic and relationally orientated. Tracy has attended a two year analytic program at the San Francisco Center for Psychoanalysis and continues to study in this area.
Aria Kenney, AMFT
Aria provides psychotherapy services for children, teens, and individuals, applying a trauma-informed lens and her extensive psychodynamic training. For clients of all ages her treatment approach includes a focus on building and incorporating an awareness of the body through somatic work.
Aria’s areas of expertise include:
- depression / suicidality
- childhood trauma / PTSD
- sexual violence
- sexuality and gender identity
- anxiety / stress
Aria’s style is gentle, steady, and warm to meet you where you are. She thinks it is important to continually acknowledge the power dynamics in the therapy process and invites discussion around this.
Aria has a master’s degree in Counseling Psychology from Santa Clara University. She has experience providing psychotherapy in elementary and middle school settings, non-profit clinics, and private practice. She is an associate, supervised by Tracy, and is on her way to licensure.
Lilo Campeau, AMFT
Lilo provides psychotherapy for children, adolescents, adults, and older adults, in individual or family sessions. Lilo starts with a relational approach, supported by trauma-informed techniques, to create a safe place to work through internal and external struggles. Identifying resources, including the client’s own strengths, extends the growth and healing that begins in sessions.
Lilo’s areas of expertise include:
- Childhood Trauma/PTSD
- Relationship Issues
- Complex Grief and Loss
- Life Transitions
Lilo’s approach is warm, allowing the client space to work on whatever they choose to bring into the room. Understanding the role of the emotions that can overwhelm us is often key to shifting one’s experience and activating one’s sense of power within that world.
Lilo has a Masters in Counseling Psychology from Santa Clara University with an emphasis on Health Psychology, and a Masters in Education from Stanford University. Her areas of interest include the impact of the digital age on navigating each developmental stage of life and finding meaning at each stage of life. She is currently working her way towards licensure and is supervised by Tracy Greene.