Dr. Oye-Trautloff is a Licensed Psychologist at Sentiero. She played a pivotal role in the founding and development of Sentiero from inception, and was solely responsible for naming the group. In addition to her role as a psychologist, she holds various administrative responsibilities and serves as a clinical supervisor for the pre-licensed psychology students.
Dr. Oye-Trautloff earned her Psy.D. in clinical psychology from Alliant International University, San Diego. Throughout her predoctoral training, she worked in residential and outpatient settings with individuals who had culturally diverse backgrounds and various clinical presentations. She gained experience with older adults, adolescents, individuals who were homeless, and those who identified as LGBTQIA+. She completed her predoctoral psychology internship at Dual Diagnosis Treatment Center located in San Clemente and El Cajon. At Dual Diagnosis Treatment Center, she provided therapy in the residential and outpatient treatment programs. She also conducted psychological assessments for adults and adolescents struggling with mental health issues, substance abuse, and eating disorders.
Dr. Oye-Trautloff completed her postdoctoral residency at San Diego Psychology Center where she trained in the administration of neurocognitive and psychological assessments for diagnostic clarification of mood disorders, learning disabilities, cognitive impairment, and personality disorders. Additionally, she engaged in psychotherapeutic treatment with children, adolescents, and adults struggling with a range of emotional and behavioral issues under the supervision of a psychoanalyst.
Dr. Oye-Trautloff is in the Psychoanalytic Training Program at San Diego Psychoanalytic Center. She is engaged in a tripartite model of training that consists of weekly didactic lectures, supervision of psychoanalytic treatment, and being a patient in psychoanalysis. She is currently a member at SDPC and enthusiastic about psychoanalytic thought and practice.
Dr. Oye-Trautloff’s clinical interests include psychological assessment, working with adolescents regarding the development of mental toughness and resiliency, mood disorders, psychotherapy with LGBTQIA and older adults, as well as adjustment issues surrounding grief and loss. She utilizes an integrative modality of treatment that draws upon psychodynamic and cognitive behavioral therapies to help support and provide growth for her patients.