Dr. Rozakis and her team have a geriatric practice totaling a combined 75 years of passionate experience working with the elderly, their families and community. Upon calling the Insight for Wellness Center you will be prompted to leave a message. Dr. Rozakis or one of her team members will be calling you back for a phone consultation. After the phone consultation you will be paired with one of our geriatric team members.
For complex medical issues, including death and dying, we have created the Center for Collaborative HealthCare at Insight for Welllnes Center.
Dr. Katerina Rozakis, Ph.D., LCSW, DAPA, BCIM
Dr. Rozakis developed and operated several geriatric mental health programs as well as serving on the education committee for the Alzheimer's association in southern California.
Caroline Allen, LCSW 28904
I love working with seniors and see the later years as a journey of evolvement marked frequently by the changing roles and experiences that can either enhance or challenge our ability to live fully. Seniors see the world in a different way often counting success in the quality of their relationships and the place they hold in the lives of those they share. Depression and anxiety are common in this age group however there is a very special authenticity as we age that allows for the creation of new insights and wellness. Working through depression can increase this potential toward mindfulness and wellbeing. My specialty is Neurolinguistic programming using an audio visual device called Braintap that directly targets common problems such as brain fogginess, stress reduction, insomnia,motivation and. This state of art technology takes the hard work out of mediation, deep breathing and relaxation My work concentrates on guiding seniors toward finding meaning, hope and joy in the midst of great changes such as retirement, loss of family and friends, chronic health conditions, disability and or death and dying. This practice acknowledges that every being brings an innate sense of inquiry that searches for the value and meaning of relationships and self worth as we negotiate growing into being grey.
Hello, my name is Christina Balboni. I am a native to the Tri-Valley area. Being a late bloomer in life, my family and I have achieved a Master’s degree in Social Work (I do believe life is a team effort) and I work within the healthcare and elderly population; where I have found my passion. My family includes two older teens and a Pomeranian puppy; all of whom keep me on my toes. Currently I am working towards my license in clinical social work and always expanding my skill set, education and experience.