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Therapists in Santa Monica

Robert Grossbard, Psychologist  in Santa Monica
“People who see me for the first time are often feeling overwhelmed, confused, depressed or anxious. Some people are unable to sleep, have distressing thoughts, or cannot control troublesome habits and behaviors. Others have have struggled with chronic pain due to injuries or illnesses. Many have endured the stigma of having a major mental illness which created difficulties in daily functioning, mood swings, or poor judgement and distorted thinking. And others have functioned well with significant achievements in their careers, family, and relationships but still feel empty inside, and cannot experience pleasure, meaning, or fulfillment from their lives.
(424) 570-1193
Santa Monica, California 90403
David Bock,   in Santa Monica
DCOSH, MBMN, SBLA
“I am a dedicated therapist who has spent a lot of time exploring and refining the work of the mind. My therapeutic approach, therapy under hypnosis (www.therapyunderhypnosis.com), is based on a new method which allows us to create a new logic which is more suitable for your success. This therapy is very effective at clearing symptoms like anxiety, depression, codependency, lack of self-confidence, fears, anger, self-sabotage, feeling overwhelmed, lack of self-love, loneliness, feeling stuck, failing relationships and many more. This therapy helps you achieve self-leadership and independence in your life.
(909) 303-6317
Santa Monica, California 90403
Michael Stroud, Marriage & Family Therapist Intern  in Santa Monica
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist Intern, MA
“I specialize in working with depression, bipolar disorder and other mood disorders, anxiety, stress, addiction, eating disorders, relationship and family issues, career focus and problems and spiritual crisis. My work with clients is informed by cognitive behavioral therapy, mindfulness and insight or psychodynamic therapy.
(424) 287-4909
Santa Monica, California 90405
Hillary Lipstein, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Santa Monica
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
“Welcome! I am passionate about being a therapist and welcome you to give me a call for a complimentary consultation. This will enable you to feel your initial comfort level with me and determine if we are a good fit for the work you hope to accomplish. My emphasis as a therapist is on relationships and family. With my emphasis on relationships, I work with individual adults, couples, children and teens. I welcome individuals and couples of any sexual orientation and background.
(424) 789-7754
Santa Monica, California 90401
Judy Zexter, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Santa Monica
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I am an experienced therapist, dedicated to helping people meet their challenges in a safe and non-judgmental environment. I provide feedback that allows people to gain perspective and insight into their difficulties so that they can develop the ability to meet their personal goals. I empower clients by helping them to realize their strengths so that they can proceed in a realistic and self influenced way. When I assist people with recognizing, understanding and shifting patterns of behavior that are counterproductive for them, they begin to lead more satisfying and happy lives.
(424) 247-5929
Santa Monica, California 90405
Devika Singh, Psychologist  in Santa Monica
“My psychotherapy approach is right for you if you want to see and understand the tendencies and beliefs (often unconscious) that hold you back or lead you into situations that don't serve you. Every problem and painful experience is an opportunity to connect with your own heart's wisdom, even as we deal directly with the issue or difficulty you are facing. Healing your relationship with yourself positively affects all your relationships. For instance, feelings of not being good enough turn into compassionate acceptance - of others as well. "Baggage" from the past that weighs you down is released.
(310) 998-1965
Santa Monica, California 90403
“I understand that life's transitions often come with the obvious changes in ones perspective, in ones relationships, and in ones lifestyle, but transitions also come with more hidden emotional changes. These usually surface as sleepless nights, fights with people you care about, mood lability, and a feeling of sadness or dissatisfaction with life. On your own, it is difficult to untangle the complex puzzle that underlies these ongoing issues and acknowledge these emotional changes. Together we can uncover the root of your emotional challenges using emotionally focused therapy.
(424) 785-0908
Santa Monica, California 90403
Amy Goldman, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Santa Monica
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MA, MSW, LCSW
“Psychotherapist, private practice, adult, child and family psychotherapy, child custody mediation, co-parenting counseling, individualized health awareness programs, including stress reduction, mindfulness meditation, and nutritional education. Other areas of specialization include anxiety, depression, addiction, eating disorders, obsessive-compulsive disorder, and career counseling
(424) 294-8982
Santa Monica, California 90402
“Dr. Michael Greenwald specializes in depression, anxiety and relationship issues. He received his BA from UCLA, MA from Columbia University, and MA and Ph.D. from the California School of Professional Psychology. He is a cognitive therapist (CBT) with extensive training in Cognitive Therapy (CBT). He has a certificate in psychoanalytic psychotherapy and a certificate in treating alcohol and substance abuse. He published an article on depression in a professional journal and has given training presentations on Cognitive Therapy to mental health professionals locally and nationally. He has been a source of information regarding psychological matters for television and magazines.
(424) 294-8958
Santa Monica, California 90403
Neevon Esmaili, Psychiatrist  in Santa Monica
“I enjoy the process of providing care to my patients, and entered the medical field with the intent to become a psychiatrist from the beginning. I have a passion for clinical care and dedication to providing the highest quality of service. Bringing together my medical, psychotherapeutic, and psychiatric knowledge inspires me everyday. Providing a safe and therapeutic environment is my goal. I am dual board certified to work with children and adolescents and also with adults.
(424) 324-3241
Santa Monica, California 90403
Timothy Tillman, Marriage & Family Therapist Intern  in Santa Monica
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist Intern, MA, CHT
“Life can present us with many challenges. Are you feeling stuck or overwhelmed by life? Are you going through a current life transition? Through a direct and compassionate approach I help people find their center, access personal resources, and begin to see real life opportunities for growth and change. The goal is knowing oneself well enough to respond to life's challenges and successes with curiosity, compassion, humor, and conviction. People often show up confused, depressed, doubtful, or anxious about their life. With some support and exploration these difficult states can be doorways to a more authentic and happier you.
(805) 472-4257
Santa Monica, California 90401
Georgina Kim Smith, Psychologist  in Santa Monica
“Dr. Smith's passionate, grounded and integrated therapeutic approach allows for a connection to her clients where there is a focus on insight and change, discovering and healing the core self, learning to regulate emotion and express needs in healthy ways, adapting internal self-dialogue and narrative,and building a wealth of internal and external coping resources allowing for a successful, evidence-based path to recovery, while creating a renewed sense of self, empowerment and hope. Dr. Smith believes in building a therapeutic relationship based on respect, genuineness, empathy, challenge and change. Mission Statement: To alleviate suffering and promote thriving.
(424) 258-5793
Santa Monica, California 90403
Sarah Neustadter, Psychologist  in Santa Monica
“I'm a licensed clinical psychologist, and our work is an opportunity to transform feelings of depression, stress, anxiety, grief into more profound levels of wellbeing and success on emotional, mental, physical, and spiritual levels. I work with young adults, adults, and teenagers who struggle with depression, loss & grief; a general low-desire to live; or have an unclear sense of who they are and their purpose in life.
(310) 299-8225
Santa Monica, California 90405
Peggy Barrett, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Santa Monica
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
“If you are stuck in a relationship that is going nowhere or the pain of a past trauma is interfering with your daily life, don't let these things go untreated. I can help you discover what is preventing you from living fully and finding joy in each moment. I would like to help you sort out what is causing you difficulty so you can reduce the anxiety you might be feeling, increase your enthusiasm and discover your potential.
(310) 878-4087
Santa Monica, California 90405
Susan Harper Slate, Psychologist  in Santa Monica
“Since 1982, I have had a private practice working with adults of all ages and issues. I am an "active" therapist, asking questions and providing feedback. I consider myself direct but kind.
(310) 895-9773
Santa Monica, California 90403
Nicole Moore, Marriage & Family Therapist Intern  in Santa Monica
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist Intern, MA
“I strive to make a true connection with each client in order to better understand them and to learn how to best help. I use traditional and alternative modalities to personalize each treatment plan. I am certified in Basic EMDR Training and hypnosis.
(323) 648-3486
Santa Monica, California 90403
Vera C. Eck, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Santa Monica
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MFT
“While garnishing the recent developments in the field of neuroscience, I utilize a variety of modalities to help people re-connect with themselves and others. As a certified Imago Relationship Therapist, I specialize in helping couples re-build safety, improve communication, and decrease tension. I am also incorporating techniques from PACT Therapy: A Psycho-biological Approach to Couple's Therapy. Please feel free to call for a free consultation.
(424) 243-5974
Santa Monica, California 90404
Susan M. Kleinman, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Santa Monica
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“My specialties are movement (tic) disorders, trauma, domestic violence, and maternity and parenting issues, having had extensive medical experience working in a hospital emergency room. In my 15 years of experience, I have worked with many populations: L.A. County Child Services, adoptions, foster care, probation youth, hospital,and community mental health. Recently I had worked at a busy urban hospital in all departments, covering patients in ICU, trauma, maternity, elder care, emergency care, and palliative care. I have learned to be flexible, patient, honest, and open. In my hobby as a painter and exhibitor, I have learned to appreciate views from many differing perspectives.
(310) 393-2796
Santa Monica, California 90403
Cathy Goldfarb, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Santa Monica
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, PsyD, LCSW
“If you are struggling and feeling stuck in ways that make it difficult to enjoy and be present in your life and in your relationships; if you feel alone, lost, anxious, depressed, overwhelmed and under a lot of stress and want to make changes for yourself, one of my primary goals is to provide you a safe place in which to do this work. You don't have to try to find your way alone. This experience can be a transformative and empowering one for you. Asking for help comes from a place of strength, not of weakness.
(310) 736-2847
Santa Monica, California 90405
Eric L. Strang, Psychologist  in Santa Monica
“I am a practical clinician who draws from an array of psychological approaches to assist my clients in achieving their goals. In addition to being practical, my therapeutic approach is aimed at understanding and integrating the dissonant thoughts and feelings at the core of most problems. I employ a focused and systematic method to identify the barriers to an individual's development and bring about change through an understanding and relinquishing of old models of coping. I am also able to utilize psychological measures of personality and aptitude to assist my clients in making decisions about their treatment and goals.
(310) 450-2301
Santa Monica, California 90403
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