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Welcome to the Los Angeles Therapist Directory

Here you'll find the most comprehensive local listings of Therapists in and around Los Angeles, California.

Therapists in Los Angeles

Hilary D Garland, Psychologist  in Los Angeles
“Individuals seek therapy in order to change a current pattern, behavior, or way of thinking that is causing anxiety and suffering. Often times, individuals who are feeling significant internal upset are further stressed by demands of work, family and intimate relationships/friendships. Individuals can experience a crisis due to a significant change (death, divorce, job status, relocation) or a past trauma (abuse, sexual assault, serious illnesses). Therapy provides a place to unpack emotions and thoughts which then allows an individual more emotional freedom and less reactivity. Therapy can also help to stop cycles of behavior that are harmful and destructive.
(818) 493-1626
Los Angeles, California 90025
Melissa Lopez, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Los Angeles
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, MFT
“The clientele I work with come into my office with a variety of pressing life issues that are affecting their relationships. My practice is devoted to being an empathetic ear and a constructive partner in my clients' growth. I work with individuals, couples, families, and children. I specialize in working with LGBT clients.
(323) 312-5250
Los Angeles, California 90039
Bruce A. Levine Ph.D., Psychologist  in Los Angeles
“Within 5 miles of zip code 90210 (Beverly Hills) there are hundreds of "therapists" and "counselors" but only 12 Board-Certified Clinical Psychologists and Dr. Levine is one of them! Find out why this should matter to you at: http://www.abpp.org. Prior to moving to LA in 2011, Dr. Levine was Chief Psychologist at a large hospital in New York and currently serves as a Clinical Psychologist at the UCLA School of Medicine. He was a Psychologist for the hit TV series "Hoarders" on the A&E Network and completed a 2-year Post-Doctoral Fellowship at Temple University Medical School in Philadelphia.
(323) 250-2256
Los Angeles, California 90048
Lauren Kerwin, Psychologist  in Los Angeles
“I am a licensed clinical psychologist primarily serving adolescents and adults with intolerable, painful emotions; intense, unstable relationships; and/or impulsive behaviors including suicidal and self-injurious behavior as well as with borderline personality disorder, depression, anxiety, eating concerns, substance and/or alcohol use and a history of trauma.
(424) 488-0922
Los Angeles, California 90049
Erica Marchand, Psychologist  in Los Angeles
“Welcome. I provide sex therapy and couples therapy with a modern, evidence-based approach. I work with individuals and couples experiencing: problems with sexual desire, arousal, and orgasm, sexual pain, erectile difficulty, rapid ejaculation, performance anxiety, anxiety related to urination (paruresis or "shy bladder" syndrome), persistent genital arousal disorder (PGAD), sexual adjustment after cancer or illness, and relationship conflict and dating problems. You can expect cultural sensitivity, a thorough and caring approach to your problem, and a sense of humor in our work together. Visit my website for complete details on my practice, including hours, fees, and insurance information.
(310) 736-4803
Los Angeles, California 90048
“The Westwood Institute for Anxiety Disorders, Inc. was founded in response to the lack of expertise and successful treatment of Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD). In 1994, upon completing her training with Dr. Edna Foa, an internationally renowned authority on the psychopathology and treatment of anxiety, Dr. Gorbis was granted the use of Dr. Foa's intensive method involving prolonged and repeated exposures and response prevention (ERP) for treating OCD. Dr. Gorbis had much success treating patients at the UCLA OCD Outpatient Program with the intensive ERP method, and many patients suffering from OCD came from around the world to seek this treatment for their debilitating condition. In 1996, Dr. Gorbis began working with Dr. Jeffrey Schwartz, and continued treating OCD patients using mindful awareness training and the 4-step method. Dr. Gorbis later integrated part of the 4-step method and mindful awareness training with the intensive ERP method in her attempt to improve treatment outcome.
(323) 203-1982
Los Angeles, California 90024
Joseph W Keene, Psychiatrist  in Los Angeles
“Hello and thank you for viewing my profile on Psychology Today. I work in a small private practice setting in the Cedars-Sinai Medical Office Towers in West Los Angeles. Our clinic specializes in treating all primary psychiatric illnesses as well as substance use disorders. We aim to provide the best care possible by using evidence-based practices and coordinating care with each patient's treatment team.
(310) 220-0646
Los Angeles, California 90048
“The PCH Psychological Testing Clinic offers comprehensive and targeted assessments for psychiatric, psychological and neuropsychological issues, learning disabilities and ADHD or ADD. Each evaluation utilizes qualitative and quantitative testing to produce a thorough appraisal with recommendations for treatment and referrals. Assessments are individualized for each client based on a developmental and psychosocial history, medication history and medical and psychiatric histories. Testing focuses on the specific, relevant problems that need to be investigated, such as psychological problems, treatment resistance or failure, difficulties in school or work, cognitive processing issues, failure to launch and treatment dilemmas.
(888) 675-7185
Los Angeles, California 90066
“I have a general clinical practice and enjoy working with adults and teenagers faced with problems of living, such as relationships, anxiety, depression, and the like. I enjoy working with couples. I have a particular specialty in the area of performance issues, including sports, creative arts, business, and academics. I try to be flexible about fees and practical about solutions that can work within people's lives. I encourage people to talk with several potential therapists and to choose someone who feels right for you.
(424) 250-2700
Los Angeles, California 90035
David M Brooks, Psychologist  in Los Angeles
“In our contemporary society it is easy to be content and even glad for medications that soothe symptoms, but healing comes from working through our underlying inner conflicts in a textured human relationship in which we can feel what we truly feel and become who we truly are. I believe distressful symptoms, whether depression, anxiety, anger, hurt, a sense of meaninglessness, a sense of emptiness, addictions, or behavior problems are signs. They are signs that it is time to grow our mindfulness of our underlying needs, feelings, and thereby gain choices for living more contently within our communities and families.
(424) 245-0927
Los Angeles, California 90048
Marcia Margolis, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Los Angeles
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MFT
“Are you dealing with life threatening illness? Would you like to recapture sexual intimacy in your relationship? Are you having relationship, grief or divorce struggles? Having experienced the grief and loss brought forward by my spouse's terminal illness, I have developed strong insights to help my clients: * Live with illness * Recapture sexual intimacy * Live a full life after divorce or widowhood * Sustain deeper intimate relationships, and * Gain autonomy
(310) 945-2910
Los Angeles, California 90064
Gitu Bhatia, Psychologist  in Los Angeles
“As a cognitive-behavioral therapist, I believe that people's emotions and behaviors are influenced by their perceptions and interpretation of events. I work collaboratively with my clients in a proactive manner in order for them to learn effective strategies that they can use for the rest of their lives. I also believe that we are influenced by the cultural context in which we grow up. All relationships are, to some extent, are contextual and intercultural. People often face new challenges as they go through transitions in their lives. I bring my life experiences and professional knowledge to therapy.
(424) 256-1535
Los Angeles, California 90049
Christine L. Triano, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Los Angeles
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“Taking that first step of seeking help for oneself can be daunting. When the one in need of help is your child, it may be overwhelming. Where do you begin? How do you know that therapy will help? How do you make the right choice? I have worked with hundreds of families facing just this question as a clinical social worker on an adolescent inpatient psychiatric unit for the past four years. I have been humbled and honored by the opportunity to see families emerge from crisis and to witness the incredible resilience and insight of my clients.
(818) 639-8717
Los Angeles, California 90039
Lara Marshall Lisbe, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Los Angeles
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“"It is never too late to be what you might have been." These words spoken by George Eliot reflect my philosophy as a therapist. Change can happen at any age - all it takes is a commitment to look at oneself, gain insight, and put action steps in to place. I am passionate about helping you walk through this process and navigate the barriers that stand in your way.
(424) 732-3083
Los Angeles, California 90025
Andrea A Thornton, Psychologist  in Los Angeles
“My primary goals as a therapist are to help you achieve symptom relief from the issues or problems that led you to seek therapy, and to support your ability to sustain these changes to create a life that is more meaningful and fulfilling. My approach is warm and compassionate, as well as practical and focused on the areas that are important to you. I draw from evidence-based treatments including: CBT (cognitive behavioral therapy), DBT (dialectical behavioral therapy), and IPT (interpersonal therapy).
(626) 400-5388
Los Angeles, California 90025
Andrew Sears | Therapy & Couples Counseling, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Los Angeles
“Trauma that we experience as children or as adults can plague us for the rest of our lives. They change us in many ways. Your goals might feel out of reach, your peers are unsupportive, or you feel alienated from yourself and others. These feelings tend to make us seek out changes. I believe the best parts of ourselves are often locked deep inside us. Self-doubt, a need for confirmation from others, or a deprived or inflated sense of identity - these all lead to feelings of inadequacy, social anxiety, chronic depression, mania, fragmentation, sleeplessness, poor diet and exercise, boredom, loneliness, and despair.
(213) 394-4589
Los Angeles, California 90039
Fiona E. Steele, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Los Angeles
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
“Were you raised by a parent who cared more for themselves than they did for you? Were they overly critical except when you reflected well upon them? Did you lack the experience of genuine nurturing? If so, you may be the child of a narcissistic parent. As a result, you may hide or deny your pain, become involved in unhealthy, abondoning relationships, overachieve (while feeling like an impostor) or self-sabotage. "Will I ever be good enough?" is a question that may have plagued your life for as long as you can remember.
(310) 906-4657
Los Angeles, California 90025
Janet K Smith, Psychologist  in Los Angeles
“We all face conflicts that at times feel out of control, and feel we must restore a sense of balance and order in ourselves and our lives. Conflicts in love and work, body image, weight or physical symptoms lead to anxiety, shame and a sense of "going through the motions." Whether your difficulties are present-day or long-standing, I have found through 30 years of experience, that we can find effective ways to understand and deal with painful feelings. Life can improve! You can open to new directions, break repetitive cycles and find authentic self expression.
(310) 751-7039
Los Angeles, California 90025
Kim Carlson, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Los Angeles
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, MFT
“Are you feeling overwhelmed, confused, or "in a funk?" Are you at a point in your life when your ideas of where you should be don't match up with where you are? Does it seem as though there is no way out of your current situation? I can help you navigate your way through these feelings to a place where you have more clarity and choice about what you think, feel, and do. With a sensitive and non-judgmental therapist, you will gain the ability to explore the parts of yourself that will bring about the changes you desire and more.
(323) 529-3799
Los Angeles, California 90027
Judy Victor, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Los Angeles
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, MFT
“Life can be difficult. Often, we are faced with issues and circumstances that can be challenging at best, and most of us were not taught the skills to help us successfully navigate through our experiences. We feel the pressure to please others while forgoing our own needs & feelings. We all want to feel more joy in our lives, but we don't always know how to achieve it.
(323) 545-4752
Los Angeles, California 90025
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