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Therapists in Santa Monica

Sheila Forman, Psychologist  in Santa Monica
“Are you a yo-yo dieter? Do you start the day with the best of intentions only to slip off your diet before noon? Are you worried you'll never lose weight? Are you feeling discouraged about future weight loss efforts? Are you ready to eliminate the emotional obstacles that may be sabotaging your weight loss goals? If you answered yes to these questions then you are in the right place! Hello, I'm Dr. Sheila Forman, a psychologist in Santa Monica specializing in weight and eating issues.
(310) 828-8004
Santa Monica, California 90403
Elizabeth Schofield-Bickford, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Santa Monica
“Free yourself...I help facilitate the changes you seek so you may live more comfortably. Life, loss, trauma, dysfunctional relationships, addiction, creative blocks and much more can prevent anyone from moving on. I work with clients to help them identify and link issues of their past to behaviors and patterns in the present so that they may move forward in their lives with new vitality. This starts with the establishment of a sound trusting therapeutic relationship. From this foundation, I will educate and support you in uncovering and recovering your own resources and strengths.
(310) 226-7066
Santa Monica, California 90401
“I am a Licensed Clinical Psychologist with over 25 years of private practice experience. I trained within APA accredited doctoral program and internship programs. I am licensed to practice psychology in both California and Colorado. I specialize in the treatment of couples and individual adults, presenting with depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder, grief and loss reactions, substance abuse and relational conflict and dissatisfaction. I am trained in psychodynamic psychotherapy, but apply cognitive-behavioral and interpersonal psychotherapy techniques to best address each individual and his or her issues and needs.
(310) 339-8586
Santa Monica, California 90403
Tracy King, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Santa Monica
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, BCD
“By now you've been coping on your own, maybe pretty well, maybe not so well...Deciding to find a therapist means you'll be able to figure out your issues and feel better far more quickly. Finding a therapist who's a solid teammate, experienced, and who recognizes the strengths and accomplishments you already have means you'll reach your goals more quickly than you think. I'm a warm, real, smart therapist who would never dream of wasting your time with endless "uh huh"s and no real solutions. I work hard WITH you!
(424) 264-2659
Santa Monica, California 90405
Abby Adorney, Psychologist  in Santa Monica
“People usually call a therapist because they're struggling, and often they've already been struggling for a long time. With that in mind, I work to help my patients feel better as quickly as possible. One thing I emphasize is developing a warm relationship that enables us both to speak honestly-even though that honesty can sometimes be challenging. But I don't believe the whole purpose of therapy is just getting rid of symptoms. Ultimately, therapy is about opening up new possibilities for living. It's about feeling more connected to oneself and others, and developing a richer experience of life.
(310) 895-9691
Santa Monica, California 90405
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
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
Barbara Dreyfus, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Santa Monica
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
“I work with individuals and couples on a variety of relationship and interpersonal issues. I believe that each of has the innate desire and ability to lead satisfying and fulfilling lives. We are often stuck in old patterns of behavior and relating. Working together we can explore those patterns and how to move beyond them.
(310) 452-2260
Santa Monica, California 90404
Sigrid V Jensen, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Santa Monica
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
“"TELL ME, WHAT IS IT YOU PLAN TO DO WITH YOUR ONE WILD AND PRECIOUS LIFE?" -Mary Oliver. What happens in our inner world, manifests itself externally in our daily lives. Therapy offers an opportunity for us to rise to our potential through awareness, healing, growth, and change. By gaining insight we can become the person that we want to be. My areas of clinical specialty and interest include trauma, relationship issues, anxiety, depression, grieving and loss, and spirituality. My therapeutic style integrates a cognitive approach with mindfulness, and body-oriented psychotherapy.
(310) 740-9862
Santa Monica, California 90405
Bright Minds Wellness, Psychologist  in Santa Monica
“Bright Minds Wellness strives to provide evidence-based, client-centered psychological services at an affordable price. Our staff is made up of experienced, caring individuals who are excited to work with you! Our team is supervised by Licensed and Board Certified Clinical Psychologist and Assistant Professor at Pepperdine University, Dr. Judy Ho. Dr. Ho is involved in overseeing every case to ensure that all clients receive the most effective care through her licensed psychological assistants.
(424) 297-5390
Santa Monica, California 90403
Elizabeth (Liv) Estrup, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Santa Monica
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, MFT
“Gestalt therapy is my theoretical framework. I am interested in the whole person and how s/he functions in the world - physically, emotionally, socially, intellectually and professionally. I believe that awareness and choice are crucial elements in a collaborative therapy process as well as a combination of support and challenge. I'm particularly interested in people developing meaningful lives and in the creative process. I work with individuals and couples.
(310) 879-5578
Santa Monica, California 90405
Shoshana Levine, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Santa Monica
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, CHt
“Like the sculptor I provide the tools that help you discover the wholeness that exists within you . I use both a traditional and holistic approach to psychotherapy. Having a keen sense of intuition I tailor the sessions to fit each individual"s needs. Using such modalities as "Heart Centered Hypnotherapy", EMDR, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and Talk Therapy. I believe in healing your emotional, psychological and spiritual pain thereby integrating your body , mind, and soul. My goal is to help you heal the wounds of your past in order to be able to live fuller and happier lives in the present.
(424) 294-8948
Santa Monica, California 90403
Diane Reynolds, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Santa Monica
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, MFT
“Parenting children is full of both challenging and deeply gratifying experiences. I work with families from pregnancy through early childhood, helping parents to be the secure base that children need on their developmental path. Attachment research points out the vital importance of parental reflective capacity--that is, a parent's ability to understand that their child's behavior (and their own) is linked, in meaningful ways, to underlying mental states such as feelings, wishes, thoughts, intentions, and desires. AT THE HEART OF EFFECTIVE PARENTING IS OUR CAPACITY TO REFLECT.
(424) 570-3204
Santa Monica, California 90405
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
Jessa Sherman, Marriage & Family Therapist Intern  in Santa Monica
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist Intern, MA, MFTi
“When I work with clients, we spend time understanding in a deep and connected way how you are experiencing your life. With support and non-judgmental curiosity, we will look below the surface. We may examine family of origin dynamics, core beliefs you hold about yourself and where you may have learned them, values you have and how your choices do or do not support them, and when and how you limit yourself or get in your own way.
(310) 751-7487
Santa Monica, California 90405
Gerardo Horischnik, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Santa Monica
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, MFT
“I believe people want to express who they are and pursue satisfying work and relationships, but have emotional and cognitive patterns that keep them stuck. These patterns often consolidate into a persona that leaves people feeling not quite themselves, with needs unrealized, feelings ignored, and potential unused. Symptoms of anxiety and depression, addictions, or low self-esteem, are often the only messengers trying to let us know that we are needing change. In a supportive and safe environment, therapy can help to bring these patterns into awareness and liberate needs to connect, create, and expand with fuller emotional support.
(424) 256-0622
Santa Monica, California 90401
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
Angela Costello, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Santa Monica
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT, EMDR
“Therapy is not just about making an appointment, or sitting on a couch talking about "how that makes you feel." Therapy is a lifestyle choice that can change the way you think, feel and behave in your daily life. It's about setting goals and learning the skills to resolve issues with a professional. I work with clients around trauma, anxiety, depression, addiction, nutrition, and relationship issues.
(818) 470-9932
Santa Monica, California 90404
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
“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
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