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Ray Santamaria

“The master’s in Psychology program prepared me really well to be a therapist. One of the biggest things I took away from the program was identifying and nurturing what I consider my authentic self. So today when I’m with clients, I can really show up being my own best tool, my own best asset. A carpenter has a hammer, a saw. Those are their tools; that’s what they invest in. I have to invest in myself. So when I invested in Antioch, I really feel that I invested in myself… I’ve hired six Antioch graduates and current students. I know that they’re going to be able to fit into how [my clinic] functions.”

Ray is the executive director and primary therapist at One to One Treatment, which he founded in 2009 in Los Angeles. His interests include comic books, tech gadgets, the Los Angeles Kings and the Los Angeles Lakers.

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