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Therapists in Santa Monica

Layla Jillood, Psychologist  in Santa Monica
“"The greatest thing you can do in life is to overcome your insecurities and fears" Mahatma Gandhi. It is common for us to feel stuck in areas of our life that are not working. The primary task of psychotherapy, is to offer a different perspective in order to gain a deep level of self awareness. This awareness can challenge existing patterns that are no longer serving us. Together, we will explore areas in your life where you feel stuck/trapped, difficulty in relationships, unresolved early childhood issues and life transitions.
(424) 268-2253
Santa Monica, California 90401
Gary A Glickman, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Santa Monica
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, PhD, LMFT, SEP, MFA
“Safety, compassion, expertise, authenticity-- these are what to look for in your therapist: don't accept anything less. Please check out my website, www.garyglickman.com to get a deep sense of how I do my work with you-- and your partner. Usually anxiety&depression can be traced to earlier relational traumas still haunting you, in old, painful habits, obsolete fears, and feelings of being trapped in the same situation, again and again. As a somatic specialist, I help you pay deeper attention to your body's own messages of healing waiting to happen-- and then help it happen!
(310) 980-4188
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
“Relationships are complex and bring up our greatest hopes and fears. I work with individuals and couples interested in improving their relationships by gaining a greater understanding of themselves. Focusing on helping my clients develop compassion and tolerance for their own experiences, I work with clients to embrace their hopes and disappointments in order to move toward a more productive and satisfying future. The goal of this psychotherapeutic work is the creation of an emotionally safe home where acceptance and recognition can foster personal emotional growth.
(323) 419-0421
Santa Monica, California 90403
James D Babl, Psychologist  in Santa Monica
“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
Santa Monica, California 90404
LA Teen Therapist - Sandra Dupont, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Santa Monica
“It is vital that parents understand their teen's behavior rather than merely react to it. I help you get the whole picture of what's going on in your child's mind, including the developmental changes that occur during the teen years. As an experienced Teen Therapist, I help teens and their parents meet the challenges of adolescence with confidence and success. Specializing in shy, sensitive and creative adolescents from diverse, multi-cultural families.
(310) 951-5678
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
John Drimmer, Psychologist  in Santa Monica
“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.
(310) 896-4310
Santa Monica, California 90404
Helen Zielinski Landon,   in Santa Monica
“Many of my clients are in their 20s and 30s. They are dealing with various issues: adjusting to life in LA, finding and maintaining relationships, dealing with the aftermath of childhood abuse, overcoming depression and anxiety, improving their self esteem, and setting and meeting personal goals. I also work with professional women who want to integrate marriage and family into their busy lives. -- women who have been focused on career and are now focused on their "biological clock". Being the mom of 3 young children, including twins, I find myself uniquely qualified to help other parents.
(310) 895-9123
Santa Monica, California 90404
Roni Susan Blau, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Santa Monica
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I know that finding the right therapist can be an overwhelming process. In my practice, I attempt to create a safe, nurturing space where we can actively engage in the process of self discovery together. I am passionate about this work and believe that it really does lead to lasting change. I work with adults struggling with depression, anxiety, life transitions and also have experience with creative professionals. I offer flexible evening and weekend hours. I have also worked with people struggling with bipolar disorder, trauma, eating issues, and maintaining sobriety, having worked at UCLA Neuropsychiatric Institute, where I led groups to improve coping skills.
(310) 502-4701
Santa Monica, California 90403
Sandra De Silva, Psychologist  in Santa Monica
“My approach in therapy is warm, active, goal- directed, and solution focused. I not only offer support and a listening ear, but also strategies and recommendations to reach desired change in a time efficient manner. Together we identify goals and key changes that would enable you to live happier and more effectively. We determine a plan of action to develop the skills and awareness needed to meet your goals and achieve the lifestyle and satisfaction you desire. My work is based in cognitive behavioral therapy, which research consistently highlights as most effective in creating lasting change.
(310) 425-5381
Santa Monica, California 90401
Aaron E Berger, Psychologist  in Santa Monica
“If the time has come to make some much needed changes in your life, give me a call and let's get to work.
(424) 294-8968
Santa Monica, California 90403
Robyn Blythe, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Santa Monica
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, EMDR
“As a therapist, I value and create a safe, nurturing, and empathic environment for individuals, couples, and families to explore underlying issues to relationship problems, depression, anxiety, grief and loss, and substance abuse. I am trained in EMDR, which helps a person to quickly move through recent and past trauma and successfully overcome symptoms related to PTSD (post traumatic stress disorder). We'll work together to help you find a healthy balance between body, mind, and emotions that allow for success in relationships and work, self-empowerment, and to live a life full of hope, meaning, and purpose.
(818) 963-9309
Santa Monica, California 90403
Devika Singh, Psychologist  in Santa Monica
Psychologist, PhD
“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
Monica Farassat, Psy.D. askyourtherapists.com, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Santa Monica
“Many people shy away from asking for help when in emotional and psychological pain. It is not easy to ask for help. Perhaps there are feelings of shame underlying the recognition of one's vulnerability. But in essence these are the times that important and life-altering changes can occur. I am invested in establishing a safe, supportive, and truthful interaction with you towards improving your life, your choices, and your relationships, & have over 20 years of experience as proof. The concerns that I have worked with extensively include depression, anxiety, grief, life transitions, substance-abuse, adjustment, crisis intervention, & individuation.
(310) 737-8975
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
Jennifer Musselman, Marriage & Family Therapist Intern  in Santa Monica
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist Intern, MA, MFTI
“LIFE CAN BE TOUGH. Who has your back? Are you bored in your life or career? Do you feel alone and lonely, despite that you love your partner and your two adorable kids? Are you the last single one left in your group and are questioning if you will ever meet the love of your life? Do you feel misunderstood, not good enough, scared? Are you escaping your feelings with drugs and alcohol, elaborate vacations, shopping, work? You know something is there, percolating beneath the surface and you can't quite put your finger on it. Come, I am here.
(310) 421-2985
Santa Monica, California 90404
Gerry Owen, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Santa Monica
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MS
“Relationships delight and enhance us but sometimes we get stuck. We stuck when conversations repeat, frustrations increase, and resolution can't be found! Working together, we uncover your unmet desires that fuel those complaints. Your desire becomes our guide to better ways voicing requests and feelings with safety. When our loved ones hear and respond well, resolution is possible. Conversations open up, frustrations diminish and inner turmoil quiets. Everyone enjoys more of what they want. n counseling, we can talk and like a coach, from the sidelines I can see and suggest ways to improve your relationships.
(310) 895-9465
Santa Monica, California 90401
Sue Cox, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Santa Monica
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
“Do your problems feel overwhelming and unmanageable? Are relationships with others, or issues within yourself, too difficult and stressful? Sometimes life becomes very challenging and it's hard to figure out how change things, to know what to do next. If this is where you find yourself, I can provide support and guidance to help you get these issues back on track. When client and therapist work collaboratively change does happens. Your participation in therapy can put thoughts and emotions back in balance, resolve relationship issues, restore self-esteem, and move you to the happier, healthier life you desire.
(424) 329-5601
Santa Monica, California 90403
Jeffrey Arden, Psychologist  in Santa Monica
“I have been a practicing psychologist for over 20 years. I have specialties in forensics, psychological testing and neuropsychology. As well, I specialize in all aspects of high conflict child custody, psychotherapy, divorce mediation, child custody evaluations, criminal evaluations and litigation support to attorneys.
(310) 299-8129
Santa Monica, California 90404
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