Julia Renedo, PsyD

Psychologist located in Irvine, CA

Julia Renedo, PsyD, at Mente Operandi, is a highly skilled psychologist providing therapy and consulting for adults via telehealth. Clients benefit from convenient access to Dr. Renedo without needing to leave home or work and even when traveling.

Dr. Renedo has considerable experience in several professional fields. Her time as a violin concert meister and luxury-retail executive gave her plenty of insight into life and the people she uses to help clients at Mente Operandi. She also has a bachelor’s degree in sociology and business from Cornell University in Ithaca, New York, and earned her Doctor of Clinical Psychology at the University of Denver in Denver, Colorado. 

Mente Operandi represents how psychotherapy changes the mind’s harmful habits. Dr. Renedo helps align clients’ behaviors and thoughts to their highest life standards, encouraging personal growth, value-oriented work, and constructive change for those aged 20 and older. She helps people achieve their goals effectively and efficiently with a straightforward yet comforting style.

Dr. Renedo’s holistic approach considers the mind-body connection when helping patients with problems like anxiety, low self-esteem, and attachment issues. She offers individual, divorce, and relationship counseling and communication skills training and is an expert in executive coaching using the Process Communication Model®

Dr. Renedo offers a broad range of psychotherapies to suit each patient’s needs, including cognitive-behavioral therapy, emotionally focused therapy, dialectical behavior therapy, rational emotive behavioral therapy, and acceptance and commitment therapy. Working with Dr. Renedo helps people overcome psychological and emotional challenges, improving relationships, careers, and overall quality of life.

Call Mente Operandi to learn more about benefiting from Dr. Renedo’s expertise, or book an appointment online today.


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