We are now accepting new clients via Telehealth.

Our offices are currently being renovated to ensure the best experience for you. In-person sessions coming soon, contact us for more information.

Find Us: 


1339 Orange Ave, Suite 2

Coronado, CA 92118

We are now accepting new clients via telehealth.

Call us (619-554-0120) or Schedule Now for a complimentary consultation with a licensed psychologist.

Our Dedication to You

At Coronado Psych, we are dedicated to providing the highest quality therapy and counseling services possible. We believe the best care comes from truly caring and compassionate experts who are highly skilled in tailoring evidence-based practices to meet your unique needs and goals.

Expert Care

Each clinician on our team is a doctoral-level psychologist, who has spent many thousands of hours honing their skills in helping clients just like you!

Goal Oriented

Not only are our clinicians the most highly trained mental health professionals, but all our clinicians are also truly dedicated to helping you find relief and reach your goals.


Our clinicians pride themselves on their professionalism, expertise, compassion, and care—and we encourage you to reach out for an initial consultation to see if we are the right fit for you.

Our Clinicians

Dr Rika Tanaka

Dr. Rika Tanaka

Founder/Licensed Clinical Psychologist
License #: PSY30925
Specialties: Anxiety, Depression, Chronic Illnesses, Life Transitions

Dr. Ryan Halquist

Dr. Ryan Halquist

Licensed Clinical Psychologist
License #: PSY27221
Specialties: LGTBQ+ Life Experiences, Substance Abuse or Use

Dr. Sarah Tuberman-Green, Psy.D.

Dr. Sarah Tuberman-Green

Registered Psychological Assistant
Under the Supervision of Rika Tanaka, Ph.D., PSY30925.
License #: PSB94024850
Specialties: Children, Adolescents, and Family

Learn More

If you would like more information about our services or fees, please contact us by phone (619-554-0120), email (info@coronadopsych.com) or schedule a initial complimentary consultation.

We Can Help With



Chronic Illness

Anger Management

Chronic Pain

Coping Skills

 Major Depression

 Gender Expression

 Behavioral Issues

 Autism Spectrum Disorders

 Social Skills

 Chronic Illness

Emotional Disturbance



Life Transitions


Pregnancy, Prenatal, Postpartum

 Anxiety Disorders

 Sexual Identity

 Interpersonal Issues

Learning Disabilities

Family Conflicts

Substance Dependance

Relationship Issues

Sleep or Insomnia

Stress Management

Women’s Issues

LGBTQ+ Issues

Substance Abuse

 Gender Identity

 Childhood Trauma

 Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder

 Academic difficulty

Our Services

Clinical Psychology

Struggling to cope? Or feeling stuck? Our psychologists can help you find ways to move forward and find relief.

Health Psychology

Having a hard time managing the stress of a new diagnosis or chronic illness? Feeling burnt out taking care of a loved one? Therapy with a trained counselor can help.


Finding it hard to find a therapist near you? With our telehealth service, you can access the care you need from the comfort and safety of you home.

Definition of negative
Dr. Rika Tanaka, PhD

Cognitive Restructuring: Part 1

Cognitive restructuring is another core component of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT). Cognitive restructuring refers to our ability to assess and challenge automatic negative thoughts that contribute to heightened distress. In part 1, we discuss building awareness of our automatic (negative) thoughts.

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Woman lying down meditating and reflecting
Dr. Rika Tanaka, PhD

The Mind-Body Connection

The mind-body connection is both how our mental states influence our bodies AND how our physical states influence our thoughts and feelings. For example, fear and anxiety can lead to increased muscle tension, heart rate, sweating, etc. And physical pain can lead to feelings of anxiety or depression, especially in the long-term.

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