Contact Ulash
(415) 570-3820

Check out my interview on FOX 2 KTVU on the psychological impact of the fire victims in the North Bay,

Counseling/therapy slots available. If interested, call or email me.

Excited to win the 2018-2019 American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy (AAMFT) Certificate in Leadership Scholarship. This competitive scholarship is offered to AAMFT members with high potential to develop as leaders in the profession. I am so excited to be joining the 2018-19 cohort! Click here for more information.

Book is out, "Motherhood: A Guide to Surviving the First 30 Days. Click here for more information.

Check out my children's book! Click here 

We have been busy at The Mental Health Board of San Francisco. Click here for website

Love my teaching job at the Wright Institute. Click here to see what we have been up to!

Live outside of the United States and interested in my services? Offering international folks coaching sessions and trainings. Contact me.






I have over 15 years of teaching experience in the United States and United Kingdom. Currently I am full-time faculty at the Wright Institute, Masters in Counseling and Psychology Program. I also teach in the Masters in Counseling Program, San Francisco, State University.

My experience includes: 

  • I currently teach full-time at the Wright Institute. Classes taught in the MA Counseling Psychology program include Community Mental Health, Children and Adolescent Counseling, Common Therapeutic Factors and Professional Development Series.
  • San Francisco State University. Classes taught in the MS Counseling program include Practicum and Supervision, School Counseling, Couples and Family Counseling I, and Crisis Counseling for Counselors.
  • Information Technology and Business Studies in secondary schools (high school equivalent) in the United Kingdom
  • Business Studies (GCSE’S, A-levels and GNVQ’s) at St. Charles Catholic Sixth Form College, London, United Kingdom
  • Teaching in after-school programs in San Francisco
  • Mentoring students (elementary and high school students)
  • Providing academic and teacher workshops in schools, colleges and universities on mental health topics.