PeakConnection and the PeakConnection podcast are geared towards helping people become better emotionally connected humans.


Life is busy, chaotic, and downright messy at times. In a world filled with technological connections, many of us find ourselves feeling more alone and isolated than ever before--sometimes it's easier to just disconnect entirely. But without human connection, we lose the connection to the world around us and become lost.


PeakConnection guides people to a place of vulnerability, helping others see them for who they truly are and respond to them in a caring way--ultimately allowing for what we all crave for most, which is a genuine human connection.

Sam Jinich, Ph.D.

Sam Jinich, Ph.D. is a Clinical Psychologist in private practice in San Francisco. He was licensed as a Psychologist by the State of California Board of Psychology in 1995. Sam’s areas of professional practice include psychotherapy, teaching, psychological testing and forensic evaluations.


Sam has expertise working with couples, families, and individuals experiencing emotional distress and/or experiencing a desire to deepen their understanding of themselves, improve in the areas of parenting, communication, commitment, relationship-building and conflict resolution.


Sam has been endorsed and certified by the International Centre of Exellence in Emotionally Focused Therapy (ICEEFT) as a Certified Emotionally Focused Couple Therapist, Supervisor, and Trainer. Sam is the Clinical Director of the San Francisco Center for Emotionally Focused Therapy (SFCEFT) and of the Instituto de Terapia Focalizada en las Emociones (ITFE). Sam is active and engaging in his approach with clients.

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Alex Rosenblatt, CLTC

A native San Franciscan, Alex graduated with honors from the University of San Francisco where he met his wife, Kelly Jane.


The couple has two bright and enthusiastic daughters, Mathilda and Lucie. The family shares a deep passion for helping others throughout their community. Committed to philanthropic endeavors, Alex is a Board Member for the San Francisco General Hospital Foundation.


In addition to the collaborative work here at and the PeakConnection Podcast, professionally Alex is a Wealth Management Advisor with Northwestern Mutual.

Lindsey A. Douros

A freelance writer and editor, Lindsey gained a B.A. in English at Azusa Pacific University, where she wrote for student publications The Clause and The West Wind.

After gaining newspaper experience from Grass Valley's The Union, she did a stint in the corporate world, while moonlighting for Monterey's 831 Magazine as a writer. She quickly took over as Co-Managing Editor, writing every conceivable kind of copy. 


Lindsey specializes in stories with an acute human element, and brings a relentless commitment to connecting readers with the subjects of her writing. She specializes even more in deadlines, especially if she is editing your work.

She lives in Dixon, California with her husband, two children, dog, and an over-worked colony of bacteria forced to constantly produce sourdough.