Nalini is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist who has extensive experience working in Community Mental Health. She has worked with system-involved youth and multi-stressed Black and Latinx/e individuals, couples and families since 2014 at the Community Institute for Psychotherapy, the Carl B. Metoyer Center for Family Counseling, and the Multidimensional Family Therapy program at Lincoln. Ms. Calamur offers trainings to the Community Institute for Psychotherapy and the Carl B. Metoyer Center for Family Counseling such as De-escalation of Conflict in Family Work, and The Impact of Trauma on Attachment and Caregiver/Adolescent Relationship, and Countertransference in Treatment of Substance Use Disorders. She has a strong commitment to empowerment and healing in and for queer folk and communities of color and serves on the Diversity Committee for the International Centre for Excellence in Emotionally Focused Therapy (ICEEFT) and the Diversity Equity and Inclusion Committee for the Northern California Community for Emotionally Focused Therapy (NCCEFT). Ms. Calamur sees clients in her private practice in Berkeley and Marin and primarily works with BIPOCQ and multicultural individuals and/or cross-cultural relationships and families who are struggling with high conflict, trauma, substance use, and/or suicide.
Jay is a Certified Emotionally Focused Therapist and perennial EFT Supervisor-in-Training in private practice in San Francisco. He works with LGBT, BIPOCQ and interracial relationships; as an attachment-centered custody evaluator; and with preschooler-parent dyads after domestic violence, separation, loss or trauma. Dr. Seiff-Haron has taught graduate students at the Wright Institute and the Institute for Transpersonal Psychology. He has a strong social justice orientation and interest in cross-cultural dialogue, and believes passionately in better serving marginalized individuals, families and communities. Dr. Seiff-Haron is core faculty at Cross-Cultural Communications, an organization that offers week-long immersive, experiential trainings about antiracism and cross-cultural dialogue. He is presently serving on the Diversity Committee of the International Centre for Excellence in Emotionally Focused Therapy (ICEEFT), and served as Events Committee Chair for the Northern California Community for Emotionally Focused Therapy (NCCEFT), 2009-2014.