Crystal Meng Dixon, M.A., Psy.D.
Dr. Meng is a Licensed Clinical Psychologist and Clinical Supervisor. She ob
tained her bachelor's degree in Psychology with a minor in Chinese, her master's degree in Marriage and Family Therapy, and her doctorate in Applied Clinical Psychology. Her higher education training has included Alameda, Los Angeles, Orange County, and San Diego counties. Dr. Meng primarily provides child and adolescent psychological and neurocognitive evaluations. She is a skilled diagnostician and is passionate in helping individuals identify the root causes to their mental health using sophisticated, evidence based instruments and biopsychosocial assessments. She identifies as a systemic, social justice therapist who aims at destigmatizing mental health and integrating holistic wellness with evidence-based modalities, scientific research and humanistic theories to help individuals achieve optimal health. For fun, she enjoys spending time with her loved ones and exploring her passions of dance, eating, traveling and art.

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Andrea Temple, M.A., Ph.D.

Dr. Temple is a Registered Psychological Associate. She provides both testing and therapy. She studied at the University of San Diego and completed her masters at the University of Phoenix finishing a practicum at the Alvarado Parkway Institute. Dr. Temple was then accepted into the doctoral program at Fielding Graduate University, where she obtained a second Master’s degree in psychology and completed the clinical psychology doctoral program with a concentration in Neuropsychology.  As a part of this course of study, she completed two practicums: one with the Parkinson’s Association and another neuropsychological practicum in a private practice setting. She went on to complete two part-time predoctoral internships, one with Catholic Charities, and another at Bayview and Paradise Valley hospitals. Ultimately, Dr. Temple hopes to help others understand themselves, as she has been fortunate enough to learn about herself and the human condition through all of her experiences and studies.


Jonathan Feinberg, Ph.D.
Dr. Feinberg is a Licensed Neuropsychologist. He completed his doctorate in clinical psychology from Palo Alto University in 2016, with a specialty in neuropsychology. He completed his pre-doctoral internship at the VA Nebraska-Western Iowa Health Care System, and his post-doctoral fellowship at Kaiser Permanente in San Francisco and in a private practice in Walnut Creek. His experience includes conducting adult and geriatric neuropsychological evaluations on both an outpatient and inpatient basis. He has a particular focus on conducting dementia evaluations, but his clinical training has included work with patients following strokes, TBI, seizures, and other medical conditions. He has also conducted evaluations for children with a history of pediatric cancer as well as post-concussion evaluations in adolescents. Dr. Feinberg recently relocated to San Diego to be closer to extended family. As a San Diego native, he is ecstatic to return to the sun and beaches of his hometown. When not practicing psychology, he enjoys hiking, going to the beach, and spending time with his family, particularly his 1-year-old daughter.


Alina Salisbury, M.S.

Ms. Salisbury is an Associate Marriage and Family Therapist.  She has a B.A. in Psychology and Religious Studies and an M.S. in Marriage and Family Therapy. She provides individual psychotherapy to children and adolescents. It is important to Alina to create a holistic counseling experience and she strives to create a judgment-free therapeutic space. She utilizes a multitude of modalities including Play Therapy, Restoration Therapy, Narrative Therapy, DBT, and CBT to walk alongside her patients and help them grow in their own journeys. Through her own experience of adoption, Ms. Salisbury utilizes a humanistic approach. She has experience working with children ages 6+ and adults, families and couples, focused on a variety of issues including mood disorders, social anxiety, self-image concerns, and eating disorders.

Xennia Dorr, M.A.

Ms. Dorr is an Associate Marriage and Family Therapist. She earned her master's degree from Point Loma Nazarene University. She provides individual and family therapy for children and adolescents. As a bicultural, bilingual clinician, she has gained experience from community mental health inpatient treatment, private practice and school-based settings. She specializes in working and treating diverse populations who are suffering from trauma, depression, anxiety, and attachment issues. Ms. Dorr embraces a holistic and humanistic approach to provide a safe and warm space to build an honest, open and trusting therapeutic relationship. She also utilizes CBT and DBT to support the clients' internal strengths and resources to reach their goals. In her free time, Ms. Dorr enjoys camping, hiking, visiting National Parks, cooking and spending time with her loved ones.


Celia Martinez

Ms. Martínez is the administrative assistant. She is bilingual in English and Spanish.  Is currently attending Cuyamaca College and is studying Child Development and Sociology. Her goal is to become a school psychologist. In her free time she enjoys spending time with her family and taking walks while exploring San Diego.

Anastasia Shiryaeva
Ms. Shiryaeva is LJPC’s office assistant and handles all administrative tasks. She is currently attending
UCSD for Human Biology and History, and hopes to pursue the field of psychiatry after completing her
bachelor's degree.


What are Registered Psychological Associates and Associate Marriage Family Therapists?

*These are titles designated for clinicians advanced in their clinical training, but who are not yet licensed and able to provide services independently.  They are working towards their final requirements for licensure, are supervised by Dr. Boscan directly, and are employees of her corporation.  They have been thoroughly screened and registered through the Board of Psychology for this position.