Dr. Sack is a Licensed Clinical Psychologist (PSY23839) who conducts individual, couples and family therapy in Camarillo, CA. He also conducts a wide array of psychological assessments. Dr. Sack specializes in working with adolescents, young adults and parents/families.
He is an interactive, reflective therapist who provides support, insight and practical feedback to help clients effectively address personal life challenges. He integrates complementary methods and techniques to offer a highly personalized approach tailored to each person. With respect and understanding, he works with each individual to help build the strengths and attain the personal growth we are committed to accomplishing. The goal in therapy is to not just "fix" the current problem, but to also help you identify and work through the foundational issues.
I work with a wide variety of clients, but
I specialize in working with teenagers and young adults, along with their family/support systems. My goal is to not just help you ‘feel better’ but to assist you in learning more about yourself and what you can do to better your life, not just for today but for many years to come.
PhD, Alliant International University
MA, Alliant International University
BS, California Lutheran University
Clinical Psychologist, State of California (PSY23839)
Professional Activities and Memberships
Ventura County Psychological Association (VCPA)
Lara Buckley, M.S.
Registered Psychological Assistant (94023109)
Lara Buckley, M.S. is a doctoral student at California Lutheran University, studying Clinical Psychology. She is under the direct supervision of Dr. Sack as a psychological assistant. She received a B.A. from Sonoma State University in 2009 where she was trained in Humanistic and Existential Psychology. In 2016 she received a Master’s of Science degree in Clinical Psychology from California Lutheran University, where she was trained in Cognitive-Behavioral Psychology. Through her clinical and professional experience, Lara has been in the field for 10 years. Her experience includes working with children in art therapy, providing individual and group treatment for adolescents and adults who are experiencing symptoms of ADHD, intellectual disabilities, conduct disorder, mood disorders, schizophrenia, trauma, and addiction while working for several county agencies and in private practice. Additionally she has also been conducting forensic and neuropsychological evaluations with adolescents over the past two years. Lara’s research interests include increasing internal assets in at-risk youth, the effectiveness of cognitive-behavioral based treatment in universal interventions, and improving outcomes for juvenile offenders and youth who are at risk for developing social, emotional, and behavioral concerns.
Psy.D., California Lutheran University (projected completion Spring 2018)
MS, California Lutheran University
BA, Sonoma State University
Registration (supervisor Dr. Robert Sack)
Registered Psychological Assistant, State of California (94023109)