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Therapists in Santa Monica

Dyan Haspel-Johnson, Psychologist  in Santa Monica
“Are you looking for greater balance and harmony in your life? I am aware of the interaction between mind, body, and spirit and how challenges to these components can be opportunities for growth, strength, and wisdom. We are all unique individuals so my approach to each person varies to suit each particular issue and patient. By focusing on your core values, I will actively help you to reach your potential. I see therapy as a collaborative process with myself here to facilitate the building of your resources and strengths to empower you.
(424) 294-8970
Santa Monica, California 90401
Jeffrey Arden, Psychologist  in Santa Monica
“I have been a practicing psychologist for over 20 years. I have specialties in forensics, psychological testing and neuropsychology. As well, I specialize in all aspects of high conflict child custody, psychotherapy, divorce mediation, child custody evaluations, criminal evaluations and litigation support to attorneys.
(310) 299-8129
Santa Monica, California 90404
Darcy Lubbers, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Santa Monica
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MFT, ATR-BC
“My work as a Marriage and Family Therapist and Clinical Art Therapist is integrative, interactive, and holistic. Drawing on 25 years of experience in private practice, residential and outpatient treatment, I offer pathways to healing and well-being within the context of a safe and supportive environment. In my work with individuals, couples and families, treatment specialties include the healing of communication and relationship issues, depression, anxiety, trauma, eating disorders and other addictions, family and personal illness, grief and loss.
(310) 896-8889
Santa Monica, California 90405
Kathy Anne Conaty, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Santa Monica
“Are you dealing with anxiety-based fears such as self doubt (my boss is angry, it must be my fault), or excessive worrying (I won't have enough money, I am not where I should be in my career, no one will want to be with me)? Or perhaps you feel self conscious (I am afraid to go to social events, I have nothing to contribute). These thoughts and feelings are often triggered daily, by a grouchy boss, a scary thought, a smell from childhood, an upcoming holiday or an impeding airplane trip.
(424) 570-3114
Santa Monica, California 90405
Beverly Shoenberger,   in Santa Monica
“My approach to coaching is informed by Appreciative Inquiry, Gendlin Focusing, Expressive Arts and Mindfulness Meditation. My skill is in deep listening and asking powerful questions that help you land in your own truth. I help you get clear on your vision of what you want and to develop practical, do-able steps to get there. I help you be accountable to yourself each week so that you can maintain momentum to make forward progress. Having a coach can make a world of difference! I invite you to email for a complementary session on the phone or in person.
(424) 210-5743
Santa Monica, California 90403
Jennifer Chen Speckman, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Santa Monica
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“My practice focuses on a whole person, integrative approach (mind, body, spirit). I utilize tools which support integration such as neurofeedback and other tools that promote regulation. Over my 10 plus years of practice, I have taken great joy in seeing clients find wellness. I specialize in couples therapy, and have completed the level 2 Gottman training. I find this evidence-based method empowering to couples, especially when couples are feeling stuck or where one or both have experienced trauma. I create space for exploring experiences of identity, including but not limited to immigration, sexual orientation, race, religion and gender.
(424) 772-3613
Santa Monica, California 90405
Nancy Beaney, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Santa Monica
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
“I am interested in your unique life journey, your struggles and your deepest longings. Therapy helps transform limiting patterns that keep us stuck and unable to experience life in a more fulfilling and nourishing way. With a compassionate and collaborative presence, I support my clients in reconnecting with themselves, deepening relationships with others, and feeling aligned with their true nature. Uncovering obstacles and connecting with inner guidance helps alleviate suffering and makes room for new possibilities and enlivening choices to emerge.
(310) 494-2999
Santa Monica, California 90403
Jesse Lauricella, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Santa Monica
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, MFT
“Psychotherapy is an opportunity to feel better, to learn what makes you happy, and to become your most genuine and creative self. As a safe and empathetic environment, therapy can help reduce symptoms like anxiety and depression. By providing insight into the unconscious forces in decision making, it can help improve your relationships and encourage personal growth. I do this while respecting your right to make your own decisions. My areas of expertise include anxiety, depression, trauma, relationship issues, and addiction. _________________________________
(310) 736-1772
Santa Monica, California 90403
Jane Bryson, Psychologist  in Santa Monica
“My approach to therapy is providing a caring & objective atmosphere that encourages self-awareness and emotional growth. A strong therapeutic relationship is vital to success. Therefore I will be your partner throughout the therapy process, both supporting & challenging you along the way. During the 35 years I have provided therapy, I have developed many approaches tailored to the unique needs of each client. Originally trained in psychodynamic therapist, my therapeutic approach now is eclectic and includes a humanistic application of cognitive behavioral therapy. I encourage you to click on my website to learn more about me & how I work.
(310) 935-4521
Santa Monica, California 90403
“My clients are motivated to change unwanted thoughts, feelings and behavior. They know that working together, we can achieve their goals in the most time efficient manner. Often the desired results are seen after one visit. Anxiety and pain relief are two of the main focuses of my practice and are often linked together. My clients also come to see me in order to improve their relationships and make life transitions including marriage, divorce and grief. Because I work with anxiety related problems, I also see clients for smoking cessation, test preparation, as well as fears and phobias.
(310) 817-6337
Santa Monica, California 90403
Duane M Harvey, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Santa Monica
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, MFT
“What we seek in our partner is connection. Deep, relaxed, secure connection is the springboard to passion. I help couples re-connect and stay connected by enhancing the positive, eliminating the negative and becoming each other's advocate. I help singles identify patterns that have haunted past relationships and help find and forge a new kind of loving partnership. Anxiety, depression and addictions all stem from, or are fueled by, deficient early connections. Learning the skill and discipline to navigate a conscious romantic relationship can heal much of the past and free us from many restricting thoughts, feelings and behaviors.
(310) 740-9853
Santa Monica, California 90405
Thea Harvey, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Santa Monica
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, MFT
“Get connected. Our lives are made up of relationships. Our primary relationship is to ourself and then to our partner. When our relationships are negatively impacted our whole well-being is affected. I help couples and individuals retore loving connections to each other and themselves. There is no greater feeling than being in love. We feel confident and full of life. Romantic and self-love are states of being that can be cultivated. My couples work is greatly influenced by Harville Hendrix's Imago Relationship Therapy and mindfulness techniques.
(310) 359-9394
Santa Monica, California 90405
Mallory Leitner, Marriage & Family Therapist Registered Intern  in Santa Monica
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist Registered Intern, MA, MFTi, RYT
“Are you tired of being "REACTIVE" instead of "RESPONSIVE"? Would you like to feel more "CONNECTED" to yourself and to others? If so, I urge you to embark on a personal psychotherapeutic journey with me to discover what might be keeping you from feeling good about yourself and the choices you make. In my work I see the individual as a mental, physical, and spiritual being. I bring awareness to the whole body and how it unconsciously mirrors thoughts and feelings. By integrating the two, one has the possibility of moving with fluidity from conscious choice.
(505) 600-3207
Santa Monica, California 90401
Rachel E Fintzy, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Santa Monica
“Are you prone to anxiety or depression? Do you have difficulty controlling your impulses? Is this causing you trouble with alcohol, drugs, food, or other compulsive behaviors? Do you tend to feel things more deeply than other people? Do challenging situations in life throw you for a loop? Have people frequently told you, "You're too sensitive?" Do you suffer from fibromyalgia, immune system problems, or chronic fatigue? Are any of these issues causing you problems in your relationships? Are your family and friends expressing concern? The good news is that there are solutions -- and I'm here to help.
(310) 365-1632
Santa Monica, California 90401
Annie Wilson, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Santa Monica
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MS, LCSW
“In my 11 years of practicing psychotherapy, I have been fortunate to experience the curative benefits of the therapeutic relationship. My interest lies in working with individuals from early childhood to adulthood who are suffering from anxiety, depression, relationship issues, grief, loss, and trauma. The children and adolescents I have had in my practice have struggled with issues of divorce, adoption, peer pressures, anxiety, depression, sibling rivalry, and social difficulties. Working with parents, both in groups and individually, has been a particular joy of mine.
(310) 740-9821
Santa Monica, California 90405
Paul Gutrecht, Marriage & Family Therapist Intern  in Santa Monica
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist Intern, MA, CAMF
“It's okay to ask for help.
(213) 984-2514
Santa Monica, California 90403
Danielle C White, Psychologist  in Santa Monica
“By facing our inner worlds, we may begin to quiet the past and change how we meet the future. As life inevitably presents us with transitions and loss, these experiences become an integral part of what awakens us into the fullness of our human experience. The collaborative and creative process of therapy can help you to shift your perspective so that new solutions and fulfilling growth can occur in your life.
(917) 746-1039
Santa Monica, California 90403
Sharon Margaret Friedman, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Santa Monica
“I encourage you to get help when you need it despite how difficult it feels. As an experienced, professional psychotherapist, I can work with you in an individual or group setting to help you get through your issues and make changes in your life. You may come see me in my Santa Monica, California office or in my New York City office where I see clients once a month. I can also work with you online using Skype. I have clients as far away as London and Hong Kong. Call me if you would like a consultation.
(310) 736-1423
Santa Monica, California 90402
Reza Nabavi, Psychologist  in Santa Monica
“I am a licensed clinical psychologist who has over 12 years of experience working with individuals and families suffering from alcohol and chemical dependency, problem gambling, low self-esteem, mood and anxiety disorders, chronic mental illness, men's issues, interpersonal problems, domestic violence, process addictions, and co-occurring disorders. My humanistic approach incorporates psychodynamic, cognitive behavioral, and family systems techniques. Clients describe me as warm and understanding, while appreciating my honest and direct feedback as well. I use a strengths-based approach and believe in empowering clients by teaching them effective coping skills that they can utilize on their own.
(310) 740-9826
Santa Monica, California 90403
Tely Toumani, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Santa Monica
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MS, MFT
“I have a passion for this work and honor and appreciate my clients. Starting from wherever you are “stuck,” we’ll work on developing your ability to deal with problems in such a way that they become opportunities for personal growth. Our greatest difficulties can be life’s greatest gifts in disguise if we can learn how to translate their messages. It may be hard to imagine that your eating disorder or anxiety attacks (for example) can take you somewhere positive, but every problem we encounter has the potential to move us to a place of greater self-understanding,
(310) 572-2700
Santa Monica, California 90403
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