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Therapists in Long Beach

Megan Layton, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Long Beach
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
“It is a privilege for me to work with my client in a therapeutic capacity. I honor your desire to grow and seek assistance for dealing with life's obstacles. Therapy provides a safe and healing opportunity to examine your life and relationships, and to better understand your thoughts and feelings. I feel honored to work with each of my clients and to support them on their path to health and wellness.
(562) 774-2658
Long Beach, California 90815
Denise J. Hockley Counseling, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Long Beach
“Looking for a therapist to meet your particular needs can be a complex process. How do you trust someone with your concerns and issues? No one has all the answers. What I have developed over the years are the compassion, skills, approaches and persistence to help you tailor goals and create plans for your situation. Let's work together to make your life more hopeful, fulfilling and happy. I have spent much of my career working with individuals and adolescents in transition and can help you achieve the same success.
(760) 545-4463
Long Beach, California 90802
Duane Osterlind, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Long Beach
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT, CSAT
“Are you worried you are going to lose your relationship or marriage? Are you concerned that your online or in-person sexual activity is too much or out of control. Have you tried to stop, only to find yourself back where you started? I work with people and couples that are struggling with cybersex, internet pornography, in-person sexual behavior.
(562) 239-4921
Long Beach, California 90803
Gail Billings-Beck, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Long Beach
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, PhD, LMFT
“Dr. Gail Billings-Beck works best with individuals facing transitions in life and with couples, both gay and straight. Her theoretical background is based on the work of Alfred Adler, and her approach is individualized to the needs presented by each client. She specializes in self-esteem, substance abuse, anger management. aging and death and dying issues. Sometimes hypnotherapy is used to help deal with past trauma. Psychotherapy with Dr. Gail helps clients regain perspective and balance, managing anger and practicing calming, self-soothing techniques. Increased self-awareness and ability to make healthy choices quickly improves energy and focus.
(562) 912-2165
Long Beach, California 90803
Hope Goss, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Long Beach
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MFT
“Are you having difficulties with relationships, either at home or at work? Are people getting on your last nerve? I love to help people who want to take a look at repetitive patterns in relationships that aren't working for them. Together, we will work to unearth underlying issues that contribute to these patterns. With mindfulness and effort, we can work together to heal these patterns and replace them with healthier, more satisfying ways of navigating the planet. My goal is your empowerment! I want you to have a more satisfying life, and go out there and shine your light!
(310) 736-4061
Long Beach, California 90804
Michael Sherman, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Long Beach
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MFT
“My clinical approach is based on Solution-Focused Short-Term Therapy. I believe strongly that each client comes to therapy equipped with the inherent strengths and abilities necessary to uncover and implement the steps required to resolve the difficulties facing him or her. I see my role in that process as being one of assisting my client to heighten their awareness of, and access to, those strengths. I help my client become aware of all the possibilities for change and then collaborate with them in the creation of alternative solutions.
(562) 281-8156
Long Beach, California 90804
Shahriar 'Shane' Pooladzandi, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Long Beach
“Sometimes the stresses of life, past and/or present, can become so much that we lose our way. We can become immobile and we don't know where or who to turn to. In working together, I can provide you with the tools and the guidance to get through the mental and emotional storms of life by lighting your way back to a safe haven to once again enjoy your life and the opportunities that life brings.
(714) 503-0378
Long Beach, California 90814
Patrick Cleveland M.A., L.M.F.T., Marriage & Family Therapist  in Long Beach
“Taking the first step toward getting help is the hardest part and I understand that. I have overcome many obstacles in life and am grateful to now be in a position to help others. I focus on providing a safe environment in order to help you speak freely, share your story, ask any questions, and face all issues that arise. In beginning this inquiry, today you are one step closer to finding answers. Whether you are feeling down, confused, have relationship issues, or just want to grow emotionally and learn more about yourself, therapy can help.
(562) 285-9957
Long Beach, California 90808
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
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
Shoreline Center for Eating Disorder Treatment, Treatment Facility  in Long Beach
“Since 1995, Shoreline Center for Eating Disorder Treatment has successfully helped individuals achieve recovery. We believe that our personalized, compassionate and integrated treatment from a multidisciplinary staff of eating disorder specialists, including therapists, dietitians, and physicians is at the heart of our approach, and has proven to be the optimal path to recovery.
(562) 309-4569
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
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 anxiety & depression, grief & loss, trauma, relationship & behavioral issues, chronic pain/ 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
Abbeyfield Psychotherapy Inc., Marriage & Family Therapist  in Long Beach
“The clinicians at Abbeyfield Psychotherapy provide a safe, compassionate, and nurturing environment to help clients better able to share their thoughts, fears, and goals. Through therapy, aspirations for personal growth and self-improvement can be achieved. 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, increased family conflict, differences in parenting styles and many others. The clinical training, education, and community advocacy of the therapists allow them to appropriately understand and support your needs. Se Habla Espanol. Marque 23 cuando llamemos.
(562) 731-0542
Long Beach, California 90815
Pam Pudewa, Marriage & Family Therapist Intern  in Long Beach
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist Intern, MS, CATC, MFTI
“In my experience the two most important things in life are to give and receive love. We build layer upon layer of beliefs that once served us reasonably well, but might not be serving us as we are now. I help individuals and couples work through identifying old beliefs and choosing new alternatives. I teach people how to live their way into better thinking. If you have ever wondered why mere insight has not produced change for you or in your relationship, I have an approach that can help you get un-stuck.
(562) 275-7362
Long Beach, California 90803
Samantha Cox, Marriage & Family Therapist Intern  in Long Beach
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist Intern, MA
“Are you struggling to keep your head above water? Are you wondering when you will catch a break? We have all had days that have felt overwhelming, but maybe those days have been outweighing the days of freedom, joy, and peace in your life. You do not have to struggle alone. I value connecting present-day circumstances to past relationships, making sense of old patterns being replayed. When we connect the past with the present, we open ourselves up to more potential for growth and healing in today's relationships and emotional states, leading to a more fulfilling life.
(714) 215-9286 x7
Long Beach, California 90806
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
Lilia Sheynman, Psychologist  in Long Beach
“The decision to seek therapy services is often a difficult one. Whether you are struggling with transitional life issues, addiction, anxiety, or depressed mood, you have come to the right place. Together, we can work to improve your quality of life and to maximize your potential. You should not have to live with the pain and discomfort that you are experiencing. Allow me to help you to work through the issues that are interfering in your daily life, so that you can grow and succeed.
(562) 276-2133
Long Beach, California 90755
Andrea Cairella, Counselor  in Long Beach
“Do you desire inner harmony, life satisfaction & greater joy in your life? Are you ready to heal from emotional pain & enhance the quality of your relationships? If you are feeling stressed and overwhelmed by life's challenges or are experiencing negativity in your relationships then you might be ready to get some support and learn new ways of coping. As a compassionate therapist, I can guide you along your healing journey. I am dedicated to helping my clients succeed, experience inner peace, self-acceptance, joy, hope and love. I am intuitive, empathetic, multicultural & multilingual with over 10 years of experience.
(562) 732-4936
Long Beach, California 90803
Lateefah Wielenga,   in Long Beach
“Relationships have been my interest for over two decades, with time they've become my expertise. I'm known as the Relationship Referee. My PhD is in depth psychology, my background is in psychotherapy. I practice relationship/couples coaching, partnering with you and offering you concrete guidance and direction. I provide knowledge and understanding of the reasons you are experiencing your current difficulties. I help you to make decisions that will positively affect your relationship. You will lean ways to communicate clearly and effectively with ease. The art of communication will lead you to self-love and appreciation.
(562) 303-5893
Long Beach, California 90814
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