Shoko Horiuchi

Each woman has her story, and each pregnancy has its own pathway. Since I had the privilege to closely observe women in their perinatal period, I have come to appreciate how diverse and unique their stories can be around pregnancy and child rearing. I am committed to provide culturally sensitive non-judgmental compassionate support for women to help them feel supported and accepted as they enter their motherhood.

My areas of clinical interest include perinatal anxiety and depression, pregnancy loss, grief, addiction, and compassion fatigue.

  • M.A. in Psychology from Showa Women’s University, Japan, in 2007.
  • Licensed as a clinical psychologist in Japan since 2008.
  • M.S. in Clinical Psychology from Palo Alto University, California, in 2013.
  • Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology from Palo Alto University, California, in 2017.
  • Pre-doctoral Internship at Kaiser Permanente Fresno in 2016.
  • Post-doctoral Fellowship at Kaiser Permanente Union City in 2017.
  • Licensed as a Clinical Psychologist in California since 2018.