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Therapists in Los Angeles

Jenna Laski, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Los Angeles
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
“Does your mind swirl with overwhelming worry? Are you frozen in doubt and uncertainty? Do you feel isolated and disconnected in your relationships? Are you struggling to manage the demands in your life? If so, I can help. My focus is to increase understanding and connection to enhance more joy in life. I work collaboratively with my clients to cultivate awareness about their interactions. Gaining awareness often leads to a shift in perspective which can increase your sense of connection and richer meaning in life.
(310) 684-3134
Los Angeles, California 90064
Deborah Galligani,   in Los Angeles
“Are you feeling depressed, anxious, overwhelmed or uncertain? Are you feeling unhappy in your relationships? Are you feeling stressed? No longer have clear vision of what you desire? Feeling unable to cope? Are you feeling there is a lack of focus in your life? Do you feel that your career or relationships are stagnant or disintegrating? Are you feeling uncertain about your future? I offer a full range of psychotherapy services to meet your unique needs. Finding the right therapist is an important part of reaching out for help.
(424) 744-3136
Los Angeles, California 90025
Sara Kenney, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Los Angeles
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“As a Licensed Clinical Social Worker, I have practiced analytically-oriented psychotherapy in Los Angeles for over 15 years. I specialize in working with people in transition personally, professionally, and in their relationships. Our work together can help you to expand your understanding of yourself and how you move through the world, allowing you to find new ways to change and grow. I work with adults and adolescents, individuals and couples.
(323) 904-9995
Los Angeles, California 90004
Lawrence J. Martin, Psychologist  in Los Angeles
“I am a licensed clinical psychologist with over 20 years experience in the field. I work collaboratively with my clients to help them get back in balance, feel and act more like themselves, to feel empowered and better able to effectively manage their lives. I help people to feel more in control over their circumstances: their own thoughts and feelings, their relationships, and their responsibilities.
(818) 660-1751
Los Angeles, California 90025
Camille Campbell, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Los Angeles
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MFT
“Everyone needs help at some point in their lives. You may feel like something needs to change, but not know exactly what it is or where to begin. You may find yourself choosing the same type of painful relationship over and over again and need help finding a healthy one that works. You may need help breaking old patterns and learning how to take care of yourself instead of everyone else in your life. You may be struggling with your own feelings of self acceptance and want to learn how to love yourself more fully.
(424) 625-0384
Los Angeles, California 90048
Sara Fraser, Psychologist  in Los Angeles
“I have a core belief in the power of relationships to heal and transform. My work focuses on relationship patterns and how to identify and change habits that prevent closeness and intimacy. I also work with people to identify how their feelings affect their thoughts and behaviors and how to find peace, calm and most importantly, balance in their lives and relationships. I am interactive, supportive and real with my clients in an effort to help them work toward their own goals and take charge of their own lives.
(323) 287-5846
Los Angeles, California 90029
Erika Nanes, Marriage & Family Therapist Intern  in Los Angeles
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist Intern
“NOT CURRENTLY TAKING NEW CLIENTS. Life is change. Sometimes those changes are welcome, as with weddings, births, and graduations; at other times, as with illness, death, and divorce, they may be unexpected and devastating. Either way, change can challenge who we thought we were, causing us to question habitual behaviors, long-standing beliefs, and deeply-held values. It can also ripple outward to our personal relationships, making them less stable at a time when we most need emotional support.
(213) 814-5577
Los Angeles, California 90036
Nelly Farnoody-Zahiri, Psychologist  in Los Angeles
“My practice is in Family Psychotherapy. I am committed to providing clients with the highest standard of professional practice, confidentiality, and privacy. I am passionate about working with Children and their Families, and as a Clinical Psychologist I like to use accurate psychometric tools for the purpose of assessment, and evidence-based interventions to help my clients achieve the most effective results in a nurturing and compassionate environment. When working with families, I like creating an atmosphere of warmth and support in which families can reach their maximum potential in terms of social, emotional, cognitive, behavioral, and spiritual functioning.
(310) 299-7126
Los Angeles, California 90024
Michele Conklin Montrone, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Los Angeles
“Everyone's journey is unique, yet few are without struggle. Life can be complicated and challenging, giving rise to difficult emotions, self doubt, harmful behaviors, and relationship issues, but you don't need to face it alone. I believe therapy is one of the few places where we can get to know our true selves--to let down the protective walls, to get underneath reactive emotions, to challenge assumptions and explore hopes and fears. I listen deeply and create a warm, compassionate and supportive environment to facilitate this process with you, your partner or your family.
(424) 231-6568
Los Angeles, California 90025
Brandee Brown, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Los Angeles
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“My approach begins by establishing a therapist-client relationship where you feel safe to address your very real concerns. I believe that everyone is a unique individual that possesses an innate set of skills and strengths that can be used to address the many complexities that arise in our daily lives. My goal is to help clients build upon these skills and strengths they already possess, in order to achieve goals they desire. Together we will work towards establishing clearly defined goals that will hopefully lead you to the life you desire.
(310) 933-4553
Los Angeles, California 90036
“A psychologist’s office ought to be–and I believe mine is–a safe place to express oneself, explore oneself, digest one’s experience and consider new and different modes of action. Digest experience? To me that means learning useful lessons that advance one’s life. Learning, however, in areas of emotion is different than learning arithmetic tables. Painful feelings often must be discharged before one can face how one contributed to the disaster, if one did, or who and what contributed to it. This can be a painful process at times, but a liberating and exciting one as well.
(213) 394-4539
Los Angeles, California 90015
Elise Franklin, Marriage & Family Therapist Intern  in Los Angeles
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist Intern, MA
“Looking for help rewiring dysfunctional patterns? I welcome clients from all walks of life. In addition to individuals and couples struggling with anxiety, depression and general life dissatisfaction, I specialize in performers and those in the entertainment industry (artists, musicians, artist management, and all creative types.) I teach couples new ways to have conversations to yield positive results and create a sense of connection. I work with a sex-positive attitude and specialization in intimacy. I work with depression, anxiety, self-esteem, trauma, relationship issues, parenting support, grief and loss, substance abuse, communication skills, and self harming behaviors.
(310) 776-6263
Los Angeles, California 90064
John Drimmer, Psychologist  in Los Angeles
“I am told that I'm warm, imaginative, and that I use my intelligence in really interesting ways. I am an expert in the field. However I don't do old-fashioned therapy. I am an agent of change. I want my clients to see their lives improve. Not to waste your time. I utilize the latest research from Positive Psychology and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy as well as Buddhism and the wisdom traditions.
(424) 294-8165
Los Angeles, California 90049
Chandler Sims Chang, Psychologist  in Los Angeles
“As a clinical psychologist, I was trained as a clinician and researcher and use both backgrounds to support you in making meaningful changes. In my downtown L.A. office, I offer evidence-based techniques including cognitive-behavioral therapy, exposure/response prevention, mindfulness, and interpersonal therapy. These strategies are effective in treating depression, anxiety, eating disorders and other compulsive behaviors. In addition, I provide positive psychology tools to help clients find joy in their daily activities and relationships.
(323) 275-9242
Los Angeles, California 90012
Michael Khayat, Marriage & Family Therapist Intern  in Los Angeles
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist Intern, MA
“Psychotherapy can help you overcome any challenge and heal different types of wounds, both old or new. I incorporate different models and approaches to best fit your personal needs. We will work together so that you can overcome obstacles that will help you uncover your unlimited potential. Together we will explore hidden strengths that can help you to take charge of your life. I am committed to establishing a safe environment where we will explore ways to shift patterns, and create change.
(323) 570-0385
Los Angeles, California 90048
Zack Oldenburg, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Los Angeles
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“It's hard to know when to look for help. Whether it's the loss of a loved one, relationship difficulties, or persistent feelings of sadness and anxiety, sometimes it can be too much. As a therapist, I work collaboratively with individuals, couples, and families to explore current problems and develop solutions.
(424) 324-5303
Los Angeles, California 90049
Rachel L Barr, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Los Angeles
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, MFT
“*COUPLES COUNSELING* Are you and your partner in a stuck place? Are you having difficulty navigating around the same conversation or disagreement? Are you working toward recovery from an infidelity? I work with couples and individuals to strengthen communication, validate needs and achieve more satisfaction within the relationship. I'm an active and collaborative therapist. I believe it's necessary to understand and have compassion for ourselves and also for our partner. When we have a deeper understanding of what drives our behaviors and our partner's behaviors, we feel more generous and capable of meeting one another's needs.
(323) 393-3678
Los Angeles, California 90039
Mary Fox, Psychologist  in Los Angeles
“I am a seasoned practitioner in psychology and psychotherapy and I address many of the concerns that motivate people to call for mental health help: anxiety, depression, relationship or work issues, among many other concerns. I pay close attention to people's strengths and resources, so that we focus both on current difficulties and long-term strengths.
(323) 546-3095
Los Angeles, California 90049
Nazila Amighi, Marriage & Family Therapist Intern  in Los Angeles
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist Intern, MA
“Are you stuck? experiencing difficulty in your relationship with your partner or your children. Are you challenged by your occupation? What if there were a way to become unstuck -- To truly have the satisfaction you want so that you could enjoy your experiences, have a happier and a better relationship with your partner or children. I am committed to working with individuals, couples and families to do just that by helping you discover your inner abilities and strengths to make things better so you can lead a more joyous life. It's time you discover a life with different possibilities.
(818) 794-7914
Los Angeles, California 90064
Angela Lisa Cordova-Dunning, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Los Angeles
“I PROVIDE A WISE, LOVING SPACE FOR YOU TO EXPLORE AND JOURNEY INTO THE MEANING OF YOUR LIFE. THROUGH HEALING THE PAST, LIVING POWERFULLY IN THE PRESENT AND VISUALIZING YOUR FUTURE. SIMULTANEOUSLY, YOU CAN EXPERIENCE LIFE FROM A AUTHENTIC PERSPECTIVE. FROM THIS DISCOVERY AND/OR EXPANSION OF YOUR UNIQUENESS, SUCCESSFUL INTIMATE RELATING CAN OCCUR IN YOUR PERSONAL AND PROFESSIONAL LIFE. THE SYMPTOMS OF DESPAIR, ANXIETY, BOREDOM, MELANCHOLIA, ANGER, ALIENATION,, HEARTACHE.... ALL CALLS OF THE INWARD JOURNEY, BECOME BEARABLE. A TRANSFORMATION OF ACCEPTING ALL ASPECTS OF YOUR TRUE SELF CAN LEAD TO PEACE, CONTENTMENT, CREATIVE AND JOYFUL LIVING.
(310) 989-0311
Los Angeles, California 90066
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