Elisa Dombrowski, LMFT has been an adjunct faculty member in the Pepperdine University Graduate School of Education and Psychology since 2003. She is a fellow Pepperdine graduate, who earned her master's degree in Clinical Psychology in 1996.
As a diplomat of the American Psychotherapy Association, Dombrowski has had a wide range of clinical experiences within culturally diverse settings. Her professional background includes working in non-profit executive administrations, community mental health clinics, school counseling programs, impatient hospitals, public speaking programs, private practice, and academic institutions.
After becoming licensed as a Marriage and Family Therapist (MFT) and becoming a certified Clinical Supervisor, Dombrowski founded the Corona Del Mar Counseling Center to create an environment ideally suited for counseling and supervising MFT Interns. She maintains her private practice in Corona Del Mar, where she specializes in pre-marital counseling, relationship issues, and divorce recovery. Dombrowski has also incorporated a Registered Therapy Dog into her practice to provide Animal-Assisted Therapy with the use of her Italian Greyhound, Bella.
- MA, Pepperdine University
- BA, Arizona State University