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Therapists in Venice

Brenda K. Beardsley, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Venice
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, MFT
“There are times in life when all we really need is to be heard. Utilizing an in-depth yet solution-focused approach, my goal is to work with you to uncover your true potential and lead a life that is worth celebrating. While we can't change situations of the past, we can work together to better understand how your past experiences may be presenting challenges or road blocks in your life today.
(310) 945-2804
Venice, California 90291
Spencer D Presler, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Venice
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I believe that at times we all get sad, down, bummed-out, etc… but nobody needs to be depressed; I believe that therapy need not be: - intimidating; uncomfortable; awkward; unsafe; labeling/diagnostic, OR indoors; I believe that life can be really challenging, especially for those who try to get through it alone; I believe that nobody should even attempt to get through it alone; I believe that "craziness" is in the eye of the beholder & each of us is crazy in our own uniquely beautiful ways..
(951) 530-4283
Venice, California 90292
Desy Safán-Gerard, Licensed Psychoanalyst  in Venice
“I have over 40 years experience treating individuals, couples & groups with a psychodynamic focus. I like working with creative people in the fields of writing, visual arts, science, music & performing arts. As a painter, I understand the creative process and help creative people achieve their full potential. I am compiling 30 years of writings on creativity into a book to be published by Karnac, London, next year. Relationship problems can affect creative work and difficulties with work can impact relationships. I like my work with patients to focus on both worlds, whether it is psychoanalytic psychotherapy or a full analysis.
(310) 945-2685
Venice, California 90291
Nancy Zoss, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Venice
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, MFT
“I am an interactive therapist. I help clients attain their therapy goals more quickly by taking an active role, rather than simply mirroring their feelings, which I also do. I focus primarily on mind/body connections, however, my overall approach is creative and eclectic. In therapy we explore the past, finding connections to current patterns that cause pain and dysfunction; then work on bringing the client's life into balance. I have many years working in business, schools and private practice, working with depression, anxiety, panic, PTSD, addictions, bereavement, relationship problems, occupational stresses, at-risk adolescents and marital problems.
(424) 294-8931
Venice, California 90291
Caron Post, Psychologist  in Venice
“The work you can expect that we will engage in together is based on the healing power of a safe and confidential therapeutic relationship, a dynamic interaction between two people in which exploring and understanding your internal and interpersonal landscapes in the here and the now, can help you release old pain and negative patterns. The ultimate goals of this work are to come to know yourself more deeply; to live with more compassion, connectedness, satisfaction, joy and freedom. My approach is an integrated one, primarily influenced by attachment theory, contemporary relational psychoanalysis, emotional regulation, mind-body integration and mindfulness.
(424) 488-0909
Venice, California 90291
Michael Nee, Marriage & Family Therapist Intern  in Venice
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist Intern, MFTi, MA
“As even the research indicates that the most important factor in psychotherapy may be the alliance between client and therapist, it makes sense that any individual or couple or family would reflect heavily on this aspect of their search. Initial consultations are about providing a uniquely safe, private space for the client to share thoughts, questions, feelings or concerns, while remaining open to the process of change that takes place through psychotherapy.
(424) 294-8870
Venice, California 90291
Colleen Perry, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Venice
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MFT
“Most people come to see a therapist because they are in emotional pain, physical pain, or both, as one often creates the other. I understand how vulnerable this can make you feel. I am committed to giving my full attention and respect to the unique experience of each client. It is for this reason that I maintain a small "boutique" practice, where I listen to what you want for your life and together we create a course of treatment that meets your goals and your needs. I don't believe in a "cookie-cutter" approach to therapy.
(310) 896-8984
Venice, California 90291
Clearview Treatment Programs, Treatment Facility  in Venice
“Since its launch in 2000, Clearview Treatment Programs has provided the most current dual diagnosis treatments available to help its clients achieve a lasting recovery, including Dialectical Behavior Therapy, CBT, EMDR, Motivational Interviewing, ACT, and mindfulness. Clearview offers a full continuum of care, including residential treatment, day treatment, outpatient treatment, and transitional living treatment centers
(866) 552-7636
Venice, California 90291
David Delange, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Venice
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MFCC, PhD
“Suffering from stress, depression, anxiety? Feeling overwhelmed? Having serious relationship problems? If your answer to any of these questions is yes, I would like to help you. I'd do so by helping you find the solutions within yourself, that is, by helping you develop the unrealized potentials within yourself and your relationships. Maybe you need assistance in discovering these hidden possibilities. Or maybe you already know who you could become but are hindered by anxiety, depression, addictions, harmful attachments, or other obstacles. As you overcome these obstacles, you will start to feel better about yourself and about life.
(424) 270-9180
Venice, California 90291
Valerie Friedman, Psychologist  in Venice
“We are living in very stressful times that challenge us to find meaning. Often the very painful issues that bring people to therapy -- anxiety and/or depression, difficulty with relationships, life-cycle transitions, trauma, illness, aging, lack of purpose and belonging -- present a wonderful opportunity for exploration, growth, and development. I especially enjoy working with individuals in transition, whether in early adulthood, mid-life, or the "third chapter" of older age and have a special place in my heart for those who struggle with feelings of not fitting in, living non-traditional lives or in non-traditional relationships.
(805) 960-5496
Venice, California 90291
Roni Weisberg-Ross, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Venice
“Not sleeping well or sleeping too much? Feeling depressed - overwhelmed - sometimes hopeless? Wondering if the relationship or life you want will ever happen? Let me help you. Whether you're trying to resolve painful family issues, improve relationships, struggling with professional setbacks, or simply want to get more joy out of life, I can help. While you can't control everything that happens to you - you can learn how to make choices that put you in touch with the person you want to be and the kind of life you want to live.
(310) 479-9798 x3
Venice, California 90291
David Delange, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Venice
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MFCC, PhD
“Suffering from stress, depression, anxiety? Feeling overwhelmed? Having serious relationship problems? If your answer to any of these questions is yes, I would like to help you. I'd do so by helping you find the solutions within yourself, that is, by helping you develop the unrealized potentials within yourself and your relationships. Maybe you need assistance in discovering these hidden possibilities. Or maybe you already know who you could become but are hindered by anxiety, depression, addictions, harmful attachments, or other obstacles. As you overcome these obstacles, you will start to feel better about yourself and about life.
(424) 342-8390
Venice, California 90291
Chris Thomas, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Venice
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, MFT
“I help people identify obstacles preventing them from achieving their goals in life. By taking time to investigate the effects of a problem, we discover strategies that will lessen the overall influences and point them back to the path they want to be on. My approach is informal, conversational, and engaged. While I work with individuals, people in relationships, and families, I have a special focus in couples struggling with jealousy and mistrust.
(424) 322-7124
Venice, California 90291
Barbro Klausner, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Venice
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, MFT
“Are you feeling unbalanced? Therapy is a journey of self-discovery. I offer a warm, safe and nurturing environment for you. My approach is to integrate the mind-body-spirit connection with mindfulness therapy, so that you can connect with your inner guide and your inner strength and wisdom. I can help you find your balance. I work with a range of emotional and behavioral issues that span from therapy for depression, anxiety, relationship issues, self esteem issues, grief, parenting support, and beyond. I am happy to speak with you over the phone or to meet with you for a free consultation.
(310) 317-8685
Venice, California 90291
Greg Henderson, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Venice
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, PhD, LMFT
“Greg is a marriage & family therapist in private practice with offices in Beverly Hills & Venice, California. He specializes in adult individual & couples psychotherapy. He received his education & training from UCLA (BA in 1997), Antioch University (MA in 2003), & Pacifica Graduate Institute (PhD in 2009). Greg's work focuses on relationships of all kinds - resolving repetitive patterns of dysfunction, healing ruptures of trust, improving the overall efficacy & satisfaction of love & intimacy. He specializes in the treatment of mood & anxiety disorders, personality disorders, loss & trauma, issues of sexuality & gender, and difficulties adjusting to life transitions & challenges.
(310) 299-7387
Venice, California 90291
James D Babl, Psychologist  in Venice
“I have a doctorate in clinical psychology from Purdue University, and most recently spent a number of years as the Clinical Director at the UCLA Counseling Center. I have worked in VA and Community Mental Health settings, and received additional extended training at the UCLA Human Sexuality Program. I come across as warm, down to earth, and easy to trust and talk to. I offer confidential, professional services to adults and couples in a relaxed Santa Monica setting, where I have an integrative approach (using insight-oriented, psychodynamic, cognitive behavioral and other orientations) tailored to your needs and concerns.
(424) 294-8959
Venice, California 90291
Lindsay Burke  in Venice
“Lindsay Burke, M.S., is an MFT Registered Intern #IMF76245, consultant and lifecoach with over 15 years of experience working in mental health. She offers specialized, evidence-based PSYCHOTHERAPY, PARENT COACHING, RELATIONSHIP THERAPY to adults and floortime-based PLAY THERAPY to children ages 20 months to 8 years of age. In treatment, she believes in taking a hands-on approach, creating a family friendly environment which promotes and reinforces growth and healing. Lindsay integrates many different approaches in order to develop a treatment plan that best fits each unique individual and their family.
(424) 356-0573
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Venice, California 90291
Anna Schick, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Venice
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
“Is your mind filled with constant worry? Are you stuck in the past or the future? Are you scared to pursue a more rewarding career? Can't find yourself committing to a healthy and meaningful relationships? Or are you feeling unworthy of embracing good things in your life? I will work with you to empower your to start making changes to better your life now.
(424) 704-1963
Office is near:
Venice, California 90292
Caitlin Tonda, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Venice
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, MFT
“I serve men and women struggling with life transitions, depression, anxiety and problems in their relationships. I offer support and reflection in a safe, private environment to explore thoughts and feelings. My perspective is that each session should provide relief and a sense of personal growth. I strive to focus on my clients' strengths while providing a safe place for their vulnerability. I strive to customize the therapy experience to your goals and interests.
(424) 781-3255
Office is near:
Venice, California 90291
Beth Rosenblatt, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Venice
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT, ATR, MBA
“Life can be complicated, full of change and challenges. Although we have all come up with ways get through these times or cope, sometimes challenges persist, resurface or feel overwhelming. Significant change requires deep personal examination, something difficult to do on our own. Psychotherapy is an effective way to help us understand our behavior and its connection to our inner emotional experience. It helps to resolve common problems that often impact our daily functioning including depression, anxiety, stress, relationship issues, bereavement, and difficult life phases. Psychotherapy is a supportive process promoting exploration, growth and change.
(310) 415-3416
Office is near:
Venice, California 90291

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