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Couples Counseling Therapists in Los Angeles

Jessica Sanchez, Marriage & Family Therapist Intern  in Los Angeles
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist Intern, MA
“I am a Bilingual/Bicultural Spanish speaking psychotherapist who works with individuals and couples experiencing a wide range of difficulties. Some of which include anxiety disorders, depression, relationship issues and life transitions.
Couples Counseling
(424) 293-3951
Los Angeles, California 90049
Leila Farjami, MA, LMFT, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Los Angeles
“Taking the initial step to improve your life may seem intimidating and overwhelming. You may have been experiencing sadness, anger, frustration, grief, confusion, anxiety, panic, and/or fear as result of a relationship or a life transition. These symptoms may have been chronic or short-lived, but it is understandable why you may need professional and consistent support. Your quality of life, happiness, and joy come first, and as an experienced therapist I am able to offer you a helping hand to discover your strengths, potential, and healthier options to make a lasting change.
Couples Counseling
(310) 359-9160
Los Angeles, California 90064
Mark Winitsky, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Los Angeles
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MFT
“When a client first comes in for counseling or therapy, there's usually a sense that things could be going better. Too much fighting, too little energy, too much worry, or loneliness, or disappointment, or just a sense that something is wrong. Therapy can help you feel better, work better, and have better relationships.
Couples Counseling
(310) 895-9845
Los Angeles, California 90024
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, MFT
“My education, training, and experience --both in life and as a therapist -- have given me the tools to successfully assist clients with their problems and personal growth. I deal with a wide range of issues, working with individual adolescents and adults, couples, families,and groups. I believe the primary goal of most clients is to develop a strong sense of self in order to better handle life's struggles -- I help clients to strengthen their selves by understanding their issues more fully, changing their problematical behaviors, learning coping tools, and setting limits to protect themselves, thereby living more satisfying and productive lives.
Couples Counseling
(310) 395-6639
Los Angeles, California 90025
Carly Arenaz, Marriage & Family Therapist Intern  in Los Angeles
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist Intern, MA, MFTI
“Therapy can help you find relief from suffering and dislodge old habits undermining your life and relationships. In my work with clients, I emphasize mindfulness, authentic relating and acceptance of the self and the present moment. I am experienced in working with trauma, Borderline Personality Disorder, grief and loss, Bipolar Disorder, depression, anxiety and addiction. I also work with couples using unique techniques that emphasize the preexisting positive assets in the relationship.
Couples Counseling
(323) 745-1369
Los Angeles, California 90039
Keith Rand, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Los Angeles
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MFT, CGP
“People come to me for many reasons. Some are experiencing a crisis, a transition, or are feeling stuck and seek a more satisfying way forward. I work to create a non-judgmental environment so that whatever parts of your story that need attention can be effectively explored. I use an active, engaged style. The goal is to find more effective ways of interacting with yourself and others. We look closely at how the symptoms you carry (e.g., depression, anxiety, addictive behaviors) maintain themselves despite your wish to be free of them. I use the therapeutic relationship to understand what gets in your way interpersonally.
Couples Counseling
(323) 302-8936
Los Angeles, California 90048
Jill Solomon-Hardie, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Los Angeles
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, MFT
“Your therapy has to feel like a 'good fit', so I use my curiosity and experience to help us discover what feels right. People can confront the more difficult parts of themselves in a safe therapeutic environment. I provide this in our sessions together, bringing warmth and respect to the relationship. Through increased awareness and insight, therapy will help you make healthier choices, and let go of old patterns. You may feel a strength and wisdom that you haven't felt in a while. In time, you may feel better and see your difficulties through a different lens.
Couples Counseling
(323) 647-5126
Los Angeles, California 90046
Peter J Galvin, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Los Angeles
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I specialize in working with issues of of mid-life and with the life-stage losses that come with being an older adult. I work from a strengths-based perspective, with the belief that, despite our past and present emotional issues, we all possess unique skills and abilities that can help us transcend painful circumstances, leading us to a recognition of the richness that is possible in our lives. I have worked extensively with adults, couples, and older adults dealing with mental health issues such as depression; anxiety; problems in relationships; substance abuse; and bipolar disorder.
Couples Counseling
(310) 400-5942
Los Angeles, California 90048
Paragon Psychotherapy, Inc., Psychologist  in Los Angeles
“Every therapeutic relationship and moment in session, is expressly unique. One that is devoted exclusively to you where memories of the past stream into thoughts of the future and all is said in a protected, confidential space. Whether you are dealing with relationship or trauma issues, or seeking treatment for various symptoms, the therapists at Paragon can help you to clarify underlying feelings reveal patterns - make the unconscious conscious. In doing so, therapy can enhance a person's sense of empowerment, enrich relationship experiences, illuminate the Self.
Couples Counseling
(424) 288-7243
Los Angeles, California 90020
Kate Ainslie, Psychologist  in Los Angeles
“Finding a therapist is tricky. If you are scanning through this website toying with the idea of talking with a therapist you have enough on your mind. Trying to discern from a photograph and a blurb who will be a good fit for you can be bewildering and might overwhelm your motivation and lead you to give up. Don't. I would be happy to meet with you and if ours is not a good fit I will help you find the right person through my deep resources for personal referral.
Couples Counseling
(310) 439-8924
Los Angeles, California 90035
Sarah Fitzsimmons, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Los Angeles
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MFT, ATR-BC
“Creating compassion for yourself can be transformative. If you are wrestling with emotional clarity, the desire for better relationships, or the resolution of past experiences or circumstances, a connection with a psychotherapist can help process those feelings. Having someone to listen -- really listen -- to your thoughts, emotions and needs in a non-judgmental compassionate space, may allow you to welcome a more desired path in life. I will provide a safe emotional and intellectual space for you to explore yourself and your relationship with yourself and others. I work with individuals and couples.
Couples Counseling
Los Angeles, California 90025
Polly Harrison, Marriage & Family Therapist Intern  in Los Angeles
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist Intern, MFTi
“I believe that compassion for our own struggle is fundamental to healthy functioning, and that maintaining that compassion is sometimes the most difficult challenge we may face.
Couples Counseling
(323) 498-1211
Los Angeles, California 90034
Jose Cabrera, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Los Angeles
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MFT, ATR
“I believe no two people are alike and my approach is eclectic, deriving from many different modalities to better serve my client's needs. My style integrates humanistic, mindfulness and problem solving. We all have the ability to heal from anything life throws our way and I'm here to assist in uncovering your healing potential. My way of looking at therapy is simple, people come to me because they're experiencing some kind of pain. I help them come to terms with what that pain is, where it's coming from and how to manage and heal it.
Couples Counseling
(424) 294-8979
Los Angeles, California 90025
Christine Schnieber, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Los Angeles
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Adoption can easily be described as roller coaster of emotions that starts before a child is brought into your home that never really ends. I would love to go on this ride with you, adoption is an amazing way to grow and expand your family. It does not happen magically over night, but rather after a great deal of soul-searching. The journey can be filled with grief and loss, which is why I strive to provide an environment that will be supportive as you seek to reconcile all of these conflicting and confusing emotions.
Couples Counseling
(818) 857-4424
Los Angeles, California 90025
Adam Sheck, Psychologist  in Los Angeles
“Tired of struggling so much in your life, repeating the same painful patterns? Are your relationships the "same sh*t, different day?" Are you lost, wondering what your purpose on the planet is, wandering aimlessly, wanting to discover your calling, your mission? Has your relationship lost that spark, that passion? Do you want more romance, more intimacy, more sexuality?
Couples Counseling
(310) 879-5871
Los Angeles, California 90048
Judy Kann, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Los Angeles
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, PsyD, LCSW
“I work with people who are concerned about important relationships in their life. These worries can involve parents, siblings, children, spouses or significant others. It is difficult to sort through complex emotions that are laden with hope and fear. In my safe confidential office we will discuss these conflicting and competing thoughts and feelings. I will help you sort through your many different emotional experiences that can cause confusion. I will work to help you clarify your goals and assist you to achieve more satisfaction with your relationships with others and with yourself.
Couples Counseling
(310) 751-7058
Los Angeles, California 90025
Ilissa E Greenberg, Psychologist  in Los Angeles
“My practice is based on the belief that people have the potential for upward growth and change. Psychotherapy can be extremely helpful, whether you are struggling with depression, anxiety, stress, relationship conflicts, traumatic experiences, or any other life challenges. Taking into consideration early development, peer and family relationships, health, mind, finances, relational contexts, and work/career satisfaction, can help understand your current concerns. I believe deeply in the therapeutic dialogue as a means for understanding and integrating these aspects of oneself. Awareness of this unique information can increase self awareness, enhance personal growth, create life satisfaction and happiness, and provide a resolution of conflicts.
Couples Counseling
(424) 250-2941
Los Angeles, California 90049
Emmada Psychology Center, Psychologist  in Los Angeles
“Looking for the "right" therapist? We are here to help. Emmada's therapists reflect your diversity. We specialize in providing culturally informed therapy to people of all ages. We offer an interpersonal approach to the whole person that addresses the emotional and relational challenges that hamper your vitality and ability to thrive.
Couples Counseling
(866) 362-8739
Los Angeles, California 90045
Connie Hall, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Los Angeles
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT
“Do you feel useful and fulfilled in life? Are your relationships deep and meaningful? Are all your dreams coming true? Or are you overwhelmed by life? Do you doubt yourself? Are you disappointed with the people closest to you? If you are experiencing difficulty coping with the realities of your life and find yourself sinking into negativity, I can help you. In a compassionate, safe environment we can work together to overcome your problems. We can address the issues that are limiting your enjoyment of life and holding you back from happiness as your authentic self.
Couples Counseling
(424) 256-1928
Los Angeles, California 90019
Alyson Lees, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Los Angeles
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
“My goal is to provide a safe space for you to learn, explore, and build the skills needed to create positive change. I believe that meaningful change and growth best occur in the context of a collaborative therapeutic relationship that is warm, trusting, and nonjudgmental. I feel that therapy should not be provided with a "one size fits all" mentality, and as such, I make an effort to tailor my approach to best fit the needs and personality of each individual client. My style is compassionate and intuitive, but also influenced by evidence-based practices.
Couples Counseling
(888) 329-8941 x4
Los Angeles, California 90048
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