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Therapists in Los Angeles

Stacy-Colleen (Sc) Nameth, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Los Angeles
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW, CCDC, SEP, RYT
“If you've become lost amongst obstacles on your journey, I'd like to help guide you to more happiness by offering suggestions, addressing self-defeating thoughts/behaviors, and leading you from the past to the present in order to note unhealthy patterns in the way of personal growth and happiness. Through changes in perceptions/attitudes and being willing to see situations with a new pair of glasses, you can reach your goals. My clients report that they enjoy my down-to-earth attitude and humor and my use of Somatic Experiencing and LifeForce Yoga to treat body-mind symptoms.
(818) 835-5969
Los Angeles, California 90039
Christopher Charles Meyer, Psychologist  in Los Angeles
“As a practioner following Jacques Lacan's return to Freud, I follow an analytic ethic: one in which each case presents me with the challenge of making a space for the uniquness and singularity of the client's unconscious. What is repeating itself in the life of the client in search of a space and a time for speech? What is insisting, seeking a way out, and resistant to other approaches, treatments, and therapies? As a psychoanalyst, I have a desire to know what is at stake in the suffering speaking beings bear in the singularity of their life context.
(323) 405-7906
Los Angeles, California 90048
Arlene Green Alvarez, Psychologist  in Los Angeles
“I am a clinical psychologist and board-certified psychoanalyst in practice for 35 years, employing both long-term psychoanalytic-oriented therapy and short-term cognitive- behavioral solution-based therapy. I see psychotherapy as a partnership, shaped by a creative, dynamic relationship that develops between patient and therapist through working together.
(424) 888-7070
Los Angeles, California 90025
Michael Roback, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Los Angeles
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I am often able to identify emotional and psychological obstacles that are preventing people from achieving the quality of life that they desire. I strive to assist people with personal, professional and work related concerns to achieve goals that will improve the quality of their life. I seek to facilitate self-respect and build on existing psychological strengths to assist people in developing a more empowered and confident self image. The overall primary goal of treatment in this office is to assist people in making choices that will increase the likelihood of their achieving more satisfying personal and professional success.
(310) 895-9857
Los Angeles, California 90024
Jenny C Yip, Psychologist  in Los Angeles
“Could you really experience relief from OCD and anxiety symptoms in as little as one treatment session? ... and could you be finished with treatment in as little as six months with lasting results? If you suffer from OCD or other anxiety disorders, you are not alone. The good news is that there is help. With specialized and proper treatment, our patients typically experience 70% symptom reduction by the 8th session, and complete the weekly treatment program within 6 months. Treatment is short-term with long-term benefits. You & other involved family members will learn the tools to overcome this challenging condition.
(310) 268-1888
Los Angeles, California 90025
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.
(424) 256-1928
Los Angeles, California 90019
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.
(424) 250-2941
Los Angeles, California 90049
Ana Santaolalla, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Los Angeles
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT, RYT
“I believe that a profound desire lies within each of us to thrive and live to our highest potential. I view therapy as a collaborative journey which encourages self-awareness and self-acceptance through the process of being present. In my work I seek to help my clients bring compassionate attention to the various dimensions of their emotional experience, may it be boundless joy or deep sadness. As we become more aware of our thoughts, feelings, and actions, we are better able to navigate through struggle and uncertainty.
(323) 545-4667
Los Angeles, California 90041
Marleen D Urbaitis, Psychologist  in Los Angeles
“I have been working as a Psychologist in private practice for more than 20 years. In addition I am a supervisor at a large medical center working with clients with varying mental health issues. I work best with adults, couples and teens who are experiencing some difficulty in their lives and have not been able to address it on their own. This often manifests as unhappiness, anxiety, relationship problems, anger, depression or even substance abuse. I enjoy working with someone to uncover the obstacles that keep them stuck and to facilitate what they may need to continue moving forward in their life.
(310) 945-2792
Los Angeles, California 90049
Robert Buhrow, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Los Angeles
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT
“Insight, encouragement, and challenge to grow, mixed with a healthy dose of humor makes for great success in the Baking Oven of life! Learning comes from multiple sources, such as life experience, books, others, and training. Learning without growing and maturing is not the definition of wisdom. What do you think? Want to grow wiser together, then call me. Making better decision in life, helps for greater happiness and joy. A trauma of your past controlling you today? Learn how to take the control back, how to get your life back, and how to enjoy life again.
(213) 973-4375
Los Angeles, California 90048
“The Westwood Institute for Anxiety Disorders, Inc. was founded in response to the lack of expertise and successful treatment of Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD). In 1994, upon completing her training with Dr. Edna Foa, an internationally renowned authority on the psychopathology and treatment of anxiety, Dr. Gorbis was granted the use of Dr. Foa's intensive method involving prolonged and repeated exposures and response prevention (ERP) for treating OCD. Dr. Gorbis had much success treating patients at the UCLA OCD Outpatient Program with the intensive ERP method, and many patients suffering from OCD came from around the world to seek this treatment for their debilitating condition. In 1996, Dr. Gorbis began working with Dr. Jeffrey Schwartz, and continued treating OCD patients using mindful awareness training and the 4-step method. Dr. Gorbis later integrated part of the 4-step method and mindful awareness training with the intensive ERP method in her attempt to improve treatment outcome.
(323) 203-1982
Los Angeles, California 90024
Lee Miller. Individual. Couples. Mediation, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Los Angeles
“Happiness in life is dependent upon relationships - the relationship with yourself, your partner, your children - and the other significant, albeit difficult, people in your life.
(310) 439-5091
Los Angeles, California 90049
Scott L Singer, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Los Angeles
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
“Hello, I specialize in working with individuals and couples who are seeking growth, healing, and life tools in order to live a happier and more successful life. I believe that good therapy is built on trust and understanding, and a good therapist needs to be able to dynamically participate in the client's therapy. This means doing more than just listening and nodding. My work is to accompany my clients down a difficult path in a way in which the client feels safe and supported. If I can assist you in your journey please feel free to call.
(213) 342-8691
Los Angeles, California 90048
Kate Clark, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Los Angeles
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
“You may have asked yourself, "Why do I keep making the same mistakes again and again?" By looking at both your present state and personal history, we can find out together. We will work to bring the unconscious into the conscious mind to help you get out of your own way, and get the things that you want and deserve. I will support you through that journey in a safe environment. I can help you find your own voice and learn to use it.
(323) 358-2538
Los Angeles, California 90048
Joan I Rosenberg, Psychologist  in Los Angeles
“Well-being involves having awareness of and connection to your self plus good connections with others. If you have struggled with distracting from your own experience, are lost in negative self evaluation, or if you have lost your curiousity about the world, face roadblocks or obstacles to your creativity and want to get relief, reclaim a sense of aliveness, vitality, presence, purpose or optimism - then I can be of help to you. I developed Emotional Pilates - the focus is on helping you build your core emotional strength, balance, flexibility and resilience, including learning how to speak your true experience.
(424) 294-8574
Los Angeles, California 90025
Sexual Recovery Institute, Treatment Facility  in Los Angeles
“The Sexual Recovery Institute (SRI) is a Southern California based Outpatient Treatment Program for men and women seeking healing from sexual addiction, sexual compulsion, online pornography problems and non-violent sexual offending. SRI also provides treatment to those spouses and partners whose lives have been affected by sexual addiction and sexual offending. SRI has a 20-year record of successfully treating local Southern California clients and patients in our two-week Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) which attracts clients worldwide. SRI also offers an Evening Intensive.
(855) 535-4847
Los Angeles, California 90025
Michael Scheer LMFT, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Los Angeles
“Most people at one time or another get stuck in their lives. Finding the right therapist is a difficult yet crucial first step in making the changes in your life that you are seeking. This process works best when you ask questions and, more importantly, when you trust your intuition. I am here to help you make the most organic and informed decision possible. Please feel free to contact me at any time with any questions you may have along the way.
(310) 740-9779
Los Angeles, California 90048
Erin Joyce Walsh, Psychologist  in Los Angeles
“If you are seeking therapy for a particular problem, such as depression, anxiety, or relationship difficulties, or because you are stressed out and struggling, I am confident I can help. I strive to create a warm, supportive environment in which you feel understood and are able to gain the knowledge, change, or growth you are seeking. I have been trained in the gold standard treatments (e.g., cognitive behavioral therapies) for a variety of mental health problems. Further, I tailor my therapeutic approach to meet your unique individual needs and life circumstances.
(424) 321-4579
Los Angeles, California 90049
Katherine Rose Peters, Psychologist  in Los Angeles
“It is difficult to ask for help and even more difficult to chose a psychologist. This is especially true if you are in crisis,having difficulty coping or worried about a loved one. I've had 34 years of experience working with people. It is an adventure getting to know a new client and rewarding to watch them become happier, more effective and improve their life.
(310) 475-1286
Los Angeles, California 90025
Marta A. Alquijay, Ph.D., Psychologist  in Los Angeles
“The secret to loving yourself is knowing yourself. Get rid of the clutter that gets in the way. You may be sad, scared, tired, lonely, or confused. These may be normal reactions to abnormal situations, or habits learned a long time ago. You can learn how to manage depression, stop anxiety in it's tracks, and develop communication skills to be a better parent, partner, friend, or finally get out of an unhealthy relationship.Talking it out helps. Developing a plan of action is better. Tracking your changes and practicing new skills lets you take control of your life NOW!
(213) 550-4642
Los Angeles, California 90041
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