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Therapists in Santa Monica

Josephine McNary, Psychiatrist  in Santa Monica
“I am a board-certified general psychiatrist practicing in Santa Monica. I earned my M.D. from Tulane University and I completed my psychiatry residency at the UCLA Neuropsychiatric Institute. My residency training included women's mental health, mood and anxiety disorders, cognitive behavioral therapy, and couples and family therapy. Currently I am attending staff at the UCLA Department of Psychiatry, and I also have a private practice in Santa Monica. I am particularly interested in the use of complementary medicine for mood and anxiety disorders.
(310) 596-4110
Santa Monica, California 90403
Joseph Verrone, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Santa Monica
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I believe that change can happen when you least expect it, and therapy is a wonderful way to look at what is holding you back and understand yourself. I bring an empathic, caring persona to the therapeutic process and believe that the relationship developed in therapy is a powerful tool for insight and growth. I have witnessed many patients develop an increased capacity for self-reflection and apply skills learned in therapy to creating a more fulfilled life. I have over 13 years of experience in the social services field, and that experience, as well as postgraduate training in psychoanalytic psychotherapy, greatly informs my work.
(310) 906-4298
Santa Monica, California 90404
Eliot Estrin, Marriage & Family Therapist Intern  in Santa Monica
Marriage & Family Therapist Intern, MA
“Unfortunately I am not taking on additional clients at this time...It's often difficult to find a therapist who feels like a good fit. As someone who is trained in depth psychology and mindfulness, I believe psychotherapy is about integrating and bringing to consciousness parts of ourselves that have been left behind or ignored. I see psychotherapy as a journey to move forward in life. I help clients gain an understanding of who they are, how life experiences shape patterns that govern their lives, and provide them with practical tools to change those patterns.
(424) 888-6207
Santa Monica, California 90403
Todd Irvin, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Santa Monica
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MFT
“Everyone has moments of experiencing significant loss or struggle with enacting change in their lives. Feelings of fear, anger, sadness, confusion are often part of this experience. I've been effective helping clients manage their anxiety and depression while facilitating their skillful movement through difficult transitions. Committing to therapy is a "hero's journey" and I will act as your ally as you emerge from troubled times with a deeper sense of self-acceptance, wisdom and renewed connection with others. Regaining your perspective and rediscovering your vision, vitality and voice is possible and I will help you keep the hope in reaching these goals.
(310) 776-6872
Santa Monica, California 90401
Robert A Shain, Psychiatrist  in Santa Monica
“ROBERT A. SHAIN, M.D.,PH.D. Board Certified in Psychiatry and Addiction Psychiatry Treating patients successfully whether anxiety or depression, drinking too much alcohol or taking too many drugs and everything else we are prone to is what I was trained to do and have done for many years. I also offer outpatient therapy, detox and Medication and Suboxone maintenance. I have offices in Santa Monica and Malibu.
(310) 736-2719
Santa Monica, California 90403
John Collins, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Santa Monica
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
“I work with adults, young adults and teenagers who might be lacking meaning or purpose in life or simply need help navigating through the challenges and difficulties life brings. You might be feeling depressed, anxious, stuck, disconnected, lonely or have experienced loss. You may be isolating yourself from others and are simply overwhelmed. You might be angry and irritable and don't know why. Well then, I want to help. I can offer short-term term therapy focusing on relieving painful symptoms or stabilizing a crisis situation or long term therapy focusing on deeper self awareness/insight, and lasting change.
(310) 359-9378
Santa Monica, California 90405
David W Schreiber, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Santa Monica
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, MFT
“I work primarily with adults who have depression, anxiety, trauma histories, and/or relationship problems. I also work with those who are in recovery and struggling with mood symptoms (or co-occurring disorders). And finally, I work with clients struggling with job-related issues, such as interpersonal relationships with colleagues, job performance issues, or job satisfaction issues. I also have a limited number of time slots available for couples therapy. The age-range of my clients tends to be in the mid 20's to late 50's.
(310) 503-1767
Santa Monica, California 90403
Kimberly A Clapp, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Santa Monica
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT
“Are you stuck, stressed out, confused? I work with adults, teens, couples and families helping them find relief from stress, confusion and creative blocks. Helping couples and families connect, communicate and rebuild. I often find people come to me to work through a break up or to work through underlying issues that keep them from having the life they want. Some are struggling with grief and loss either because of a death or loss of relationship. I offer a safe supportive nonjudgmental space to explore these issues, a place to reflect, rebuild and renew. Remember, you deserve to be happy, healthy and whole.
(310) 895-9105
Santa Monica, California 90405
Cynthia Wong, Psychologist  in Santa Monica
“I provide psychotherapy to people who experience pain, distress, loneliness, depression and/or anxiety. I offer a safe, professional and engaging environment where clients can feel heard and listened to. Additionally, clients can learn more about themselves in hopes of creating richer and fuller lives.
(310) 989-8054
Santa Monica, California 90403
MBMcenter.com, Psychiatrist  in Santa Monica
“Our clients come from all walks of life and may enter our program with trouble sleeping, depression, anxiety, apathy, a sense of numbness in life or even unresolved complex medical issues that doctors have failed to solve. Others feel stuck finding their way in relationships, family life and career.
(310) 773-3511
Santa Monica, California 90405
Dawn Pesso, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Santa Monica
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, MFT
“I mainly work with adults who begin therapy for a variety of different reasons. Some clients start therapy because of relationship problems, work issues (such as anger management, or stress), addiction problems, psychosomatic disorder, anxiety, or depression.
(310) 484-5943
Santa Monica, California 90404
David Kane, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Santa Monica
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT
“Choosing a therapist is a tough decision and it is important you have a great fit. I'll work with you to decide on the best course of treatment for you and we will agree on a treatment plan that address your immediate concerns. I focus on working with you to find the solutions that address your short-term needs and find ways to make the permanent changes you are looking for. I believe that learning to move on from the pain of past is important for us to live life to it's fullest in the future.
(310) 596-8223
Santa Monica, California 90404
Marc Lubin, Psychologist  in Santa Monica
“I draw on current psychodynamic and interpersonal therapy models in my understanding of relational problems. In a safe and collaborative therapy relationship, my clients and I talk and learn about their significant past and present difficulties. We do so together to discover those patterns and important life experiences that have most affected their current life concerns. With this understanding, clients can gain an increased ability to recognize and manage their own reactions when experiencing troubling interpersonal situations. A major goal of this process is to deepen client self awareness and self acceptance through the therapy relationship.
(310) 694-5271
Santa Monica, California 90405
Alicia Ruelaz Maher, Psychiatrist  in Santa Monica
“Through over 15 years of studying, practicing and teaching in academic medicine, living yoga in yearly ashram retreats, and observing medical care during travel to more than 30 countries, I have developed tools to guide clients in understanding and utilizing their brains more effectively. I will 'meet you where you are', and work with you to discover what optimum mental wellness means to you. I will then offer you a wide array of resources including medication, psychotherapy, alternative therapies, Eastern practices and others, allowing you to choose what resonates with you.
(310) 570-2476
Santa Monica, California 90405
Tom Danis, Counselor  in Santa Monica
“Creating a successful family is the greatest challenge any of us face. So often when our kids enter the teenage years, the dynamics suddenly change. The son or daughter who used to be a part of the family can seem like a different person. The old activities, conversations and rules are different and then journey of raising a teenage begins. As a therapist, high school teacher, and group leader, I have watched adolescents, their parents, and couples go through times of great struggle and come out the other side with a clearer sense of who they are in the world .
(323) 378-3521
Santa Monica, California 90403
Ketamine Clinics of Los Angeles, Treatment Facility  in Santa Monica
“Our team at Ketamine Clinics of Los Angeles is committed to providing outstanding care that produces real, lasting results. We're here for you from the moment you call our office to long after your last treatment. Ketamine Clinics Ketamine Infusion Therapy offers more comprehensive, affordable, and effective care than any of the other depression treatment centers in the United States. With an 83% success rate, and depression lifted in as fast as one hour, no other severe depression treatment has ever caused such rapid and robust results. At Ketamine Clinics, we believe that personalized care tailored to you is the best way to succeed in helping you, so we take even the smallest details into consideration when discussing your treatment options. With over 35 years of devotion to patient care, our team is experienced and compassionate. With the latest information and state of the art technology, Ketamine Clinics of Los Angeles is the choice for anyone interested in Ketamine Infusion Therapy.
(310) 776-6738
Santa Monica, California 90404
Rena Kleiman, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Santa Monica
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, MFT
“There are times we all must examine painful feelings that complicate our lives and prevent us from finding satisfaction. Obstacles may stand in the way of our leading more meaningful lives. We may feel stuck or helpless to take important steps, make decisions, work toward goals and improve relationships.
(310) 707-1480
Santa Monica, California 90403
Kate Balestrieri, Psychologist  in Santa Monica
“"In any given moment we have two options: to step forward into growth or to step back into safety." - Abraham Maslow. Deciding to make changes in one's life takes courage, and you have taken the first step! My goal is to empower you to find relief from distress and to help you grow in concert with your goals. I specialize in treating a variety of concerns, such as posttraumatic stress disorder, addiction (substance and behavioral), eating disorders, body image issues, bipolar disorder, depression, and anxiety, as well as difficulties with anger management, relationships, interpersonal communication, recovery and relapse prevention.
(424) 295-7390
Santa Monica, California 90403
Terry Marks-Tarlow, Psychologist  in Santa Monica
“The more pain you are in, the more important it is to find a safe yet challenging therapeutic relationship. I will support you in expressing your inner truths. I will help you to heal and grow no matter what it takes. I will coax you to confront your stuck and blind places, even if you have lived with them a long time. If you suffer from anxiety, depression, stress, overwhelm, confusion about relationships or struggles with work or your spiritual path, please allow me to be of service.
(424) 235-1981
Santa Monica, California 90401
Danielle C White, Psychologist  in Santa Monica
“By facing our inner worlds, we may begin to quiet the past and change how we meet the future. As life inevitably presents us with transitions and loss, these experiences become an integral part of what awakens us into the fullness of our human experience. The collaborative and creative process of therapy can help you to shift your perspective so that new solutions and fulfilling growth can occur in your life.
(917) 746-1039
Santa Monica, California 90403
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