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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

Molli McIlvaine, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Los Angeles
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT
“Now. How do you feel right now? You are considering therapy and this experience can bring on a multitude of feelings: relief, fear, excitement and worry. These emotions may be pushing you into action, distracting you from accomplishing this task or perhaps both. Apparently, there is something going on in your life that you are ready to discuss and I am eager to listen.
(323) 472-5844
Los Angeles, California 90039
Amy Ruffolo, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Los Angeles
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, ASW, LSW
“Life is an amazing gift. It brings excitement and adventure but also can be quite frustrating and overwhelming. My approach to therapy is authentic, warm, and compassionate. I specialize in treating eating disorders and use a combination of different therapeutic approaches such as psychodynamic, motivational interviewing, and mindfulness to name a few. If you are struggling with poor body image, low self-esteem, yo-yo diets, overeating, restricting, binging and purging, or other life disrupting patterns, you have come to the right place.
(724) 717-2076
Los Angeles, California 90025
Robin S Cohen, Psychologist  in Los Angeles
“An examined life IS worth living. In this stressful world, many of us are troubled by anxiety, worry, sadness and depression, as well as frustration in our relationships. Although it is easy to feel helpless to make changes in our lives, I have been a part of many amazing transformations coming about through therapy. Therapy is a collaboration and I am dedicated to and active in the process. I have extensive training and experience and I use a multiplicity of approaches, including psychotherapy, relational psychoanalysis, hypnosis, relaxation training, and mindfulness practices, to help change the mind and the brain.
(424) 294-8871
Los Angeles, California 90024
Kristin F. Jones Affirmative Psychotherapy, Marriage & Family Therapist Intern  in Los Angeles
“How does your need for certainty play out? Does it force you to predict? Does it persuade you to declare things that you don't actually know? Perhaps the need for certainty is powerful enough to rob you of genuine moments with loved ones or with yourself. Research finds that people who take risks (those who step into the unknown) are happier than those who merely reach for reward or gratification. Why? Because healthy risk-taking has rewards sewn into the experience when we authentically try. It builds skills in self-advocacy, self-love and self-worth.
(818) 294-7092
Los Angeles, California 90039
Paul Keeley, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Los Angeles
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MFT
“I am dedicated to helping others improve the quality of their lives. I have a deep respect for those who come into my office and want to look at issues that can often be very painful and challenging. We all have areas that we struggle with at different times. I provide a very compassionate approach, one that will help you gain insight into what gets in the way of you having a fuller, healthier and happier life.
(323) 570-5678
Los Angeles, California 90004
Barbara Wilson, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Los Angeles
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, MFT
“I consider it a privilege and an honor to work with people who want to find balance in their lives. People come into therapy seeking help for a variety of problems. You may be in severe pain, suffering the effects of trauma, stressful events, ruptured relationships or addiction problems. You may need help to achieve healthy emotional boundaries with friends, loved ones, co-workers. Perhaps you wish to live a more full and satisfying life. While I typically draw from psychodynamic, family systems and relational/humanistic approaches, I am very flexible and tailor my approach to each individual.
(310) 256-4815
Los Angeles, California 90049
Shaelyn T Pham, Psychologist  in Los Angeles
“My mission is to help you achieve your mission! I have helped over 1,000 of people to find joy in life, satisfaction in relationships, & success in career. My clinical focus include children, adolescents, & adults with depression, bipolar, anxiety, anger management, trauma, substance-related disorders, personality disorders & relationship issues. I'm committed to the process of deep emotional understanding & relationship development to work collaboratively with you through challenges in your life. Through transformational journeys of self-discovery, you will understand & find meaningful solutions to your issues. You'll establish healthier relationships with yourself and others so that you may lead a happy and fulfilling life.
(949) 200-8984
Los Angeles, California 90017
Michael Kobel, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Los Angeles
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, PhD, MFT, DAPA
“If your feeling sad, lonely, have difficulty concentrating or making important decisions or if you worry, feel insecure or inadequate in some way, or are struggling with an unsatisfying and difficult relationship or job then psychotherapy can help. With 30+ years of experience, I have helped many people recover from depression, anxiety, ADD and ADHD, failed relationships and problems with alcohol and drug abuse. As a result of Psychotherapy, you will grow to feel stronger, more confident and self assured, make more empowered decisions and gain more satisfaction in all your relationships.
(424) 244-1977
Los Angeles, California 90025
David J Gyepes, Psychologist  in Los Angeles
“I work with clients on issues including: Life changes, work/professional problems, relationships, parenting, family dynamics, divorce, addiction, impulse control, physical and emotional trauma, posttraumatic stress disorder, physical pain, anxiety and depression. Depending on a person's needs and psychological organization, treatment modalities vary from cognitive behavioral and/or psychodynamic therapy to hypnosis.
(310) 945-2743
Los Angeles, California 90064
Jeanne Young, Psychologist  in Los Angeles
“Are you struggling with feelings of hopelessness, fatigue, low energy, moodiness or loneliness? These can be symptoms of depression. Sometimes depression triggers feeling out of control with eating, alcohol or compulsive spending. Are you trying to improve your relationships with loved ones? I have been helping people improve their inner life and relationships for over 20 years.
(424) 571-9489
Los Angeles, California 90064
The Canyon at Santa Monica, Treatment Facility  in Los Angeles
“The Canyon at Santa Monica is a modern healing sanctuary in the heart of West LA just two blocks from Santa Monica. Our Intensive Outpatient Program offers integrated treatment for addiction and mental health conditions, providing effective, holistic therapy for long-term recovery. Each patient is matched with a primary therapist with expertise in his or her specific area, and patients can participate in individual and group therapy sessions and life skills classes integrated with traditional and Eastern 12-Step principles. The experienced staff is comprised of Master's and Doctoral level clinicians who have extensive working knowledge of treating substance abuse and co-occurring mental health issues. In addition to daytime programming, the Canyon at Santa Monica also offers an intensive outpatient program with evening hours that is tailored specifically for students and working professionals.
(424) 268-3003
Los Angeles, California 90025
Catherine Auman, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Los Angeles
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT
“Are you looking for a psychotherapist who is both spiritually-based and clinically competent? Finding the right therapist is a crucial step toward personal healing and spiritual advancement. I am here to help you holistically, in every way possible.
(310) 906-4054
Los Angeles, California 90064
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MS, LLD, MFT
“with over forty-five years of experience i've grown to utilize that experience and awareness to connect with you in such a way that you might expand your understanding of yourself in the world and expand the quality of your self and your relationships. Empathy, insight, education,positive regard, mindfulness, and gentle confrontation are all tools for each of to utilize.
(310) 740-9056
Los Angeles, California 90024
Cheryl A. Kempinsky, Psychologist  in Los Angeles
“Welcome! Thank you for considering me as your psychologist. My training and professional experience have guided me toward a philosophical outlook towards therapy. I believe that a therapeutic relationship must be mutually engaging, and, as such, involves active participation by both the patient and the clinician. My desire is to help you reach your goals in life, particularly in the context of your values and beliefs, facilitating growth and reaching for a fulfilling life worth living.
(424) 216-5847
Los Angeles, California 90024
Affinity Therapy, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Los Angeles
“With over 20 years of clinical experience helping people change, I can appreciate the challenge of searching for the right therapist. You want a caring, professional but most of all an EFFECTIVE therapist. The point of all therapies is to do one thing--HELP YOU TO MAKE POSITIVE CHANGES, changes more beneficial to you and to those around you. You're seeking a therapist because whatever was working up until now isn't working as well. You've hit a bump thats knocked you off your path. My task is to assist you in getting back on that growth path.
(323) 248-9379
Los Angeles, California 90036
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, MFT
“I have been in practice for 22 years and my strengths as a therapist include my knowledge, education and experience in working with children, young adults, adults, couples, and clients of all sexual orientations. I also specialize in addictive behaviors family of origin issues, and intimacy issues. My preferred method of practicing is eclectic and psychodynamic, based in the needs of the client. However, I am also partial to cognitive behavioral therapy and EMDR. I use an eclectic style that is suited to the individual.
(310) 299-2438
Los Angeles, California 90025
Doryann M. Lebe, Psychiatrist  in Los Angeles
“I am a psychiatrist, analytically trained, who has been practicing in the Los Angeles area for thirty-five years. I am broadly in general psychiatry, psychoanalysis, psychodynamic and humanistic psychology as well as psychopharmacology and geriatric psychiatry. My approach utilizes humanistic, relational, cognitive and psychodynamic techniques that are interactive and unique to each person I treat. My special skills are in treating individuals with relationship and or career conflicts and life transitions.
(424) 240-5957
Los Angeles, California 90025
Natalie Abrahami, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Los Angeles
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“My areas of expertise and passion are anxiety, family therapy and self/spiritual growth. I have been treating OCD for 10 years and can help you or your child using an empirically supported combination of Exposure and Response Prevention (ERP) and family and mindfulness techniques when appropriate. I treat other anxiety disorders such as GAD, social anxiety, panic, and specific phobias and can help you get through your fears. I use strength and evidence based treatment modalities to empower the parent-child relationships and address issues such as anxiety, emotional dysregulation, defiance and acting out behaviors.
(818) 305-6644
Los Angeles, California 90025
Herb Goldberg, Psychologist  in Los Angeles
“Over the years I have specialized in working with male/female relationships and with men and women in crisis over divorce, custody battles, break-ups as well as career issues. I work effectively helping to resolve conflicts, overcome fears, getting in touch with your emotions and maintaining caring and loving relationships.
(323) 680-5908
Los Angeles, California 90065
Angela Mason, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Los Angeles
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, MPH
“I practice Integrated Body Psychotherapy, a mind body therapy that helps clients of all ages take charge of their lives, increase confidence, energy, and well-being. By integrating the body, clients are able to get to the root of their problems faster while achieving deeper, long-lasting success in their relationships and careers. I teach mental health techniques to reduce stress, develop love and connection to one's authentic self, and achieve life goals and aspirations. I offer flexible hours and a sliding scale to those with limited income.
(310) 494-2984
Los Angeles, California 90016
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