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Therapists in Long Beach

Andrea L Bell, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Long Beach
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I work well with many different people, and I have a knack for working with unusual or "out of the box" folks. The main focus of my practice is helping people who are overwhelmed--by traumatic events, or simply when life, feelings or relationships get to be "too much". This can show up as PTSD, anxiety, depression, low motivation, panic attacks, substance abuse, eating disorders, and other issues. I help people learn how to become grounded, find the positive and work through things at a manageable pace, which is individual to each person.
(562) 449-2252
Long Beach, California 90814
Artemis Tegan, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Long Beach
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
“For the past 16 years I have specialized in helping clients to reduce symptoms associated with complex trauma including anxiety, depression, anger, intimacy problems & chemical dependency. I work with individuals, couples & families. I utilize Mindfulness, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Integrative Somatic Therapy, Play-Therapy, EMDR, Clinical Hypnosis, Pet-Assisted Therapy & Eco Therapy.
(424) 738-3562
Long Beach, California 90804
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
Karen S. Conklin, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Long Beach
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
“I AM HERE TO HELP you live your BEST life Today. Stuff happens, major and minor, old and new hurts, that affect us. I provide that safe place to share your hurt, disappointments, pain and anger, your anxieties and stress, your mistakes, regrets and secrets, your goals, dreams and desires, and then begin the work at making your life better, the life you WANT to be living. TEENAGERS HAVE YOU STUMPED? MARRIAGE ON THE ROCKS? RELATIONSHIP PROBLEMS? FEARS, ANXIETY, SLEEPLESSNESS, ADDICTIONS, DEPRESSED? GRIEF AND LOSS? I CAN HELP.
(562) 375-4893
Long Beach, California 90804
Building Block Resolutions, Inc,   in Long Beach
“We love working with children! Although it's not always apparent, they are usually eager and grateful to learn effective skills to help them better manage their environment. We enjoy getting in there and finding out which method would be most effective and seeing noticeable changes.
(424) 488-7858
Long Beach, California 90802
Karma Brownlee, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Long Beach
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT
“Are you going through tough times and need someone you can trust to talk with? Are you looking for a non-judgmental confidential setting to explore struggles with a caring psychotherapist? You have found that person. I have over 13 years experience conducting therapy and I have seen great results. Together we can explore the challenges you are struggling with and I can work with you on developing solutions in a practical, productive, empathic fashion. I know it's hard when things happen in life, so the goal is to help make these challenges smoother and easier to cope with.
(562) 846-1054
Long Beach, California 90803
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“With over 17 years of experience working with children and families experiencing a variety of difficulties, I have learned about what works and what doesn't. I work with the whole family to address problem behaviors and difficult adjustments. I have extensive experience with adoptive(pre-post)parents, gay/lesbian parents, as well as traditional families, blended or step-families and couples. I also work with individuals dealing with life's stressors, feeling unbalanced or overwhelmed. I also have a deep understanding of the life-long complications stemming from childhood abuse and ACA issues. Se habla espanol.
(424) 226-4894
Long Beach, California 90807
“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
Tina Chung, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Long Beach
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I am Licensed Clinical Social Worker working in the field of mental health. Mental health issues are of a continuum and affect all of us to some degree. I believe that recovery is possible. Recovery centers on reclaiming hope, empowerment, self-responsibility, and meaningful roles, all of which are essential steps in effective intervention. Individual recovery is very personal and involves a person reclaiming their own power in making choices and achieving their desires. As a therapist, I hope to help you look at your own unique life experiences, find your strengths, roles, and direction toward recovery.
(510) 996-5928
Long Beach, California 90806
Eileen Wright, Marriage & Family Therapist Intern  in Long Beach
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist Intern, MS, MFTI
“I am a Marriage and Family Therapist Intern. I treat individuals of all ages, couples, and families. I truly believe that therapy is based on the salient alliance between you and the therapist. It is crucial to find someone who fits your style and can help you both recognize and meet your needs. Although this may seem challenging at times, I do believe it is possible. It is important to me that people find that fit for themselves, whether or not that fit is with me.
(562) 732-4419
Long Beach, California 90807
Alexia Kutzner, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Long Beach
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT, ATR
“You have taken the first and most important step. Sometimes our lives change drastically or we forget the meaning of it, leaving us lonely, scared and helpless. Have you experienced difficulty in your relationship? Are you becoming increasingly overwhelmed? Are you feeling imbalanced? I'm here to help you re-define and explore who you are and want to be. We create meaning and make sense of why and how certain patterns have and are occurring in your life and how to change them. I provide a positive and encouraging environment and believe that you have the power to change and grow.
(562) 285-6429
Long Beach, California 90803
Institute of Human Development Psychology PC, Psychologist  in Long Beach
“I believe in short term therapy. The goal of therapy is to clean the past, so that the patient can live life fully in the present and face the future with confidence and hope. I am multi-lingual. I specialize in the Hispanic culture. I have written a book: The Machismo and Marianismo Tango. I have specialized in Substance abuse for 24 years. Not only is the abuser treated but the co-dependent and the whole family. I also treat PTSD especially among the Latinas. I also do marital therapy.
(424) 268-2257
Long Beach, California 90815
Stephanie Gonzales, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Long Beach
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, MFT
“I can help you: improve your relationship, feel hopeful once again, feel calmness (less anxiety), feel confident once again, remove self doubt, decrease anger and feelings of jealousy, merge your spirituality conflicts with your sexuality, experience real liberation from substance abuse, become the person you've always wanted to be. My clients vary from individuals to couples who are struggling with their relationships, depression and anxiety, sexuality, loneliness, anger, and various other issues. My expertise also lies in working within the LGBTQ community.
(562) 239-3568
Long Beach, California 90815
Holly Lenore Richmond, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Long Beach
“I work with women, men and couples on relationship and sexuality issues. I include somatic (body-based) principles to help uncover subconscious issues that may be contributing to my clients' primary concerns.
(424) 255-3638
Long Beach, California 90815
New Found Life, Treatment Facility  in Long Beach
“Established in 1993, New Found Life is a gender specific, residential treatment center for men and women recovering from the disease of alcoholism and drug addiction. We offer Primary Care, Extended Care and Residential Continuing Care. For almost 20 years New Found Life has provided cost-effective, individual care for patients, and support for families and children. At New Found Life, alcoholism and addiction are recognized as diseases and not as moral failures. Although chemical dependence is the primary diagnosis for all our residents, we offer a comprehensive, no-nonsense program of recovery that includes psychiatric care, individual and group counseling, life skills training, yoga classes, music therapy, spiritual composure, planned recreation, in house 12 step meetings and a growth schedule based on all aspects of recovery. Our program addresses the psychological, physical, social and spiritual needs of the individual.
(866) 986-7906
Long Beach, California 90803
Brigitte Gisele Dutil, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Long Beach
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, ATR, LPCC, LMFT
“Aspirations for personal growth and self-improvement can be succeeded. I provide a safe, compassionate, and nurturing environment to help clients feel better able to share their thoughts, fears, and goals. I believe that my clinical training, education, and community advocacy allow me to understand and support your needs. People seek psychotherapy / counseling for a wide range of reasons: Difficulty sharing thoughts & feelings. Negative feelings about oneself and/or others. Lacking motivation or energy. Difficulty focusing. Excessive worrying. Increased family conflict. Differences in parenting styles. Sexual Orientation issues (self or child). Coming-Out issues. Gender Identity issues.
(562) 507-1974
Long Beach, California 90808
Sally Schmidt M.S., LMFT, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Long Beach
“I've successfully worked with individuals, couples and groups for over 20 years. My Humanistic/Cognitive/Behavioral approach is especially effective with relationship problems, depression and anxiety. I help clients manage challenging life and career problems, adjustments and transitions. I believe we can only move forward and make positive changes when we truly understand ourselves and feel good about who we are. In therapy my clients gain a better understanding of themselves based on their unique history, their life goals, how they relate to others and their own personal set of values.
(562) 731-2217
Long Beach, California 90803
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
Joni L. Davis, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Long Beach
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MS, LMFT
“Can People really Change? Yes. I've seen it in my office over and over again. Folks come in rigid and stuck, exclaiming how they can't get what they want and they leave open and flexible and believing they can get what they want. And creating powerful change in their lives. There is a method to do this and you can learn it too. How were you trained growing up to relate to yourself and others? How were you trained to get what you want, especially when someone else didn't agree with you? Discover your answers without blame.
(562) 543-3358
Long Beach, California 90803
Carolyn Sollitt, Psychologist  in Long Beach
“I have been practicing therapy for over 25 years, so I have a great deal of experience with different kinds of problems/issues, and with different types of clients. Most of the people I see are adults, but I do occasionally see teenagers and children. Many of my clients are having issues with anxiety, depression, relationships, or just the everyday challenges of living. I am a Christian and specialize in Christian counseling, but also have many clients who are not Christians. I enjoy helping people and seeing them improve their lives.
(562) 352-0301
Long Beach, California 90803
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