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Therapists in Long Beach

Daniella Jones, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Long Beach
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
“An uncomfortable feeling is not an enemy. It's a gift that says "Get honest; inquire" -Byron Katie. I believe that therapy is one of the greatest gifts that a person can give themselves. It allows the person to get interested and to inquire about who they are to increase their conscious awareness. I believe that each and every person has all of the answers that they need but they may need some assistance in navigating through the process because fear and judgment have gotten in the way. I am here to travel alongside you through your journey.
(818) 495-8374
Long Beach, California 90804
Leroy Fitzgerald Thompson, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Long Beach
“I am an African American male with a Caribbean background and I am fluent in Spanish. I am comfortable working with individuals, couples or families who are struggling with personal and relational issues. My approach to therapy is to provide create a healthy rapport with my clients to ensure that my clients are at ease and comfortable to tackle the issues they are facing in daily life. My cognitive behavioral background will be an effective and efficient way to assist my client to a practical approach to daily life issues and to develop healthy self awareness and development.
(714) 880-9585
Long Beach, California 90807
Nadeshda Hernandez, Marriage & Family Therapist Intern  in Long Beach
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist Intern, MA, MFTI, MBA
“You are probably dissatisfied with something in your life and you deserve a change. Let's capitalize and build on your STRENGTHS. Everyone is looking for ways to feel free and happy. I believe you deserve to dance at the beat of your song with the reality of your life. I welcome you to explore new options and resolve challenges in a space that you can feel your own and safe.
(909) 833-7672
Long Beach, California 90807
Terrance William Dushenko, Psychologist  in Long Beach
“My approach is based on treating the person as a whole being. I believe that learning to integrate how we live is essential to heal, change and grow. Practically speaking, this means guiding heart, mind and body to work together, rather than being controlled by our fears or judgements. My initial goal is to assist each person to find effective ways to relieve symptoms, then, if they're willing and desire it, to explore ways to move beyond symptoms, learn how to live increasingly in the present, and create deeper and more enduring happiness and acceptance of self and others.
(562) 354-8950
Long Beach, California 90813
Aimee McCaffrey Brasher, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Long Beach
“I know picking up the phone and choosing a therapist can be a very anxiety provoking process, I believe my role as a therapist is to create a safe and non-judgemental environment while working with clients conjointly in learning more about themselves, resolving past pain in an effort to promote insight and healing. I believe in assisting my clients in identifying their goals, while exploring healthy strategies they can utilize in achieving these goals. Personal growth and happiness is a goal that is unique to each individual, utilizing multiple strategies in an effort to promote happiness through awareness and insight.
(562) 354-8634
Long Beach, California 90807
William E Feuerborn, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Long Beach
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW, CSAT
“Are you afraid your wife or partner is going to break up with you? Are you worried that people will find out about your online or in-person sexual activity? My specialty is helping men who are spending too much time viewing pornography or engaged in cybersex, keep going to prostitutes or massage parlors even when they try to stop, or cruise for sex online or in person and have trouble stopping. No matter what, I will help you succeed. It may be hard work; but you have so much to gain--your relationships and your life.
(562) 431-5100
Long Beach, California 90803
Valerie Wilson-lindberg, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Long Beach
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW, RPT-S
“As a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and Registered Play Therapy Supervisor I have been honored to work with a diverse clientele over the last 17 years. My initial training and specialization was psycho-dynamic in nature and focused on treating children and adolescents utilizing expressive therapies. I am also trained in Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and Family Systems Therapy. It is my belief that no matter what our age we all have the same basic need for connection, unconditional acceptance and support as well as creative and flexible interventions that meet our individual needs and help us feel heard.
(562) 986-9300
Long Beach, California 90815, Drug & Alcohol Counselor  in Long Beach
“I am available for a consultation 24/7. I have over 23 years of treatment experience in the field of addictive disorders, I feel confident that we can collaborate in trudging a passage through the difficulties of early recovery. I have assisted hundreds of difficult cases in various settings including but not limited to residential treatment facilities, outpatient clinics, detoxification units, partial hospitalization settings, in-custody facilities and brief intervention programs. I specialize in very difficult, chronic cases where other providers have given up . I can help you get over the " hump" and on your way to long term recovery and peace of mind.
(949) 243-0832
Long Beach, California 90815
Kim Poehler, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Long Beach
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
“I specialize in treatment of eating disorders, negative body image, low self esteem, depression, anxiety, substance abuse, and relational issues. As the Program Director for a residential eating disorder treatment facility for adolescents, I work closely with teens and their families through the journey of healing from disordered eating. I'm passionate about empowering clients in their recovery and providing compassionate support and guidance. While attending graduate school, I provided treatment to adolescents in residential treatment for substance abuse.
(562) 653-4216
Long Beach, California 90815
Trevor Monroe, Psychologist  in Long Beach
“I have been in private practice for the last 12 years. I work with individuals, couples, and families. Most of my clients are feeling overwhelmed, anxious, depressed, or all three. Typically they are making their way through a major upheaval in their lives, such as divorce, tragic loss, job stress, severe communication problems, and strained family relationships. They're often depressed, angry, confused, or anxious. My work with couples and families is for the most part communication therapy. I never stop being amazed when clients explain to me that for the first time they're feeling heard, really heard, by their partners, children, or parents.
(562) 276-2204
Long Beach, California 90807
Kayla Blanche Tse, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Long Beach
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
“Art therapy tells a story about our internal life that isn't accessible by words alone. It can help you release stress, increase self-esteem, improve body-image, creatively problem-solve, communicate safely and meaningfully through imagery. Art therapy is a body-centered approach great for working with emotional issues/ deep wounds, chronic pain, disability, medical issues, & serious illnesses. Art therapy reaches parts of the brain not reached by talk therapy alone, allowing us to access parts of our unconscious hidden to our awareness, while bringing light into the darkness. Plus, creative expression is healing itself. (No art experience needed.)
(323) 498-2913
Long Beach, California 90814
“In this often complicated, sometimes confusing world, it can be difficult to get through the rough spots to a more fulfilling life. That's why my gentle and supportive approach to therapy has helped so many individuals.
(562) 449-3866
Long Beach, California 90815
Gwen Schwimmer, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Long Beach
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, PhD, LCSW
“It takes courage and humility to seek help for oneself. I strive to create an empathic, collaborative atmosphere to help you address and diminish pain and conflict in your life. My approach is eclectic drawing from two decades of experience treating a wide range of emotional issues. There is no need for you to suffer any longer. I offer guidance and tools for you to reduce distress in your life.
(646) 760-3708
Long Beach, California 90803
Winnie Kordich, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Long Beach
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
“I utilize various techniques to support individuals and couples to access their strengths, thereby enhancing their ability and desire to heal.
(714) 922-0911
Long Beach, California 90803
Kimber Del Valle, Psychologist  in Long Beach
“I am a licensed psychologist conducting therapy and counseling. I specialize in working with adults. I have specialties in the areas of grief, traumas, depression and anxiety however have seen clients for a variety of issues. My primary approach to therapy is based on an insight-oriented relational model to treatment however, I supplement my work with Somatic Experiencing, a trauma treatment informed by the mind and body connection. My clinical work is informed by the understanding that a therapeutic relationship can help restructure one's internal emotional world and cognitive functioning, which is supported by attachment and neuropsychology research.
(562) 368-8961
Long Beach, California 90755
Nicole Kristine Thorn, Psychologist  in Long Beach
“Sometimes in life we all need a little extra help. What we've done in the past is no longer effective for us now. I've found that it can be tremendously valuable to have a supportive, empathic, caring person to explore the various external and internal factors that are contributing to the challenges we may be facing. Personal discovery and growth is one of life's greatest challenges but also provides one of life's greatest rewards. As a therapist, my job is to help you navigate this journey.
(562) 735-6318
Long Beach, California 90805
Marilyn Shenker, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Long Beach
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MFT
“Everyone is in a relationship with someone -- lover, partner, parent, child, sibling, friend -- and all relationships need tending. Personal relationships are basically loving partnerships. Too often, busy people forget to tend the partnership part, which includes communication & business concerns, or to nurture the loving part. My role is to help all partners express, request and honor their needs without judgment or blame and to build strategies to support mutual growth and satisfaction in any relationship. I regard all clients as individuals who are their own experts who occasionally need help from a neutral, respectful, professionally-trained "third party."
(562) 375-4815
Long Beach, California 90805
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I have practiced for nearly 30 years, in private practice and inpatient psychiatric settings. I focus on the needs and particular circumstances of the person I am working with. Emphasis placed on the process of personal empowerment, boundary settings and learning how to respect yourself and your feelings. I am comfortable coordinating services with other professionals and will work with challenging stages of life, losses through death, divorce, illness, and other life displacements. I am also an expert in issues of abuse in middle and upper middle class relationships and have trained professional responders in abuse response for 30 years.
(562) 250-5476
Long Beach, California 90803
Jerry Wilson, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Long Beach
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MEd, MS, CT, LMFT
“Sometimes we just get overwhelmed with the challenges that life brings our way. We may feel fearful or worried, angry, discouraged, even devastated or hurt by things outside of our control. In these times of vulnerability, it can be difficult to even reach out for help. I believe you have the inner resources to overcome whatever difficulties you are struggling with and I want to help you find those resources.
(562) 275-8081
Long Beach, California 90807
Katy Manetta, Psychologist  in Long Beach
“I believe that with every new day, there is hope for change. Life brings so many stressful situations. When you feel it is hard for you to bear the burden alone, I am here to help. I love being a therapist. From our first meeting, you will be able to feel the enthusiasm I have for this work. And within a few sessions, you will likely begin to feel something you may not have felt in a long time...hope.
(562) 799-6700
Long Beach, California 90803
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