Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
Verified by Psychology Today
"I specialize in helping adults from all walks of life with emotional suffering. My focus is to help you regain your clarity & confidence that align with your life purpose, providing you guidance in a safe and non-judgmental environment that is collaborative and empowering. With 15 years of professional mental health experience, my commitment is to work with you in the most nurturing and empowering way so that you can be the best version of yourself. Location of my offices are: Woodland Hills & Downtown Los Angeles. "
(818) 574-5143
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"I specialize in helping adults from all walks of life with emotional suffering. My focus is to help you regain your clarity & confidence that align with your life purpose, providing you guidance in a safe and non-judgmental environment that is collaborative and empowering. With 15 years of professional mental health experience, my commitment is to work with you in the most nurturing and empowering way so that you can be the best version of yourself. Location of my offices are: Woodland Hills & Downtown Los Angeles. "
Anet Khechoumian, Marriage & Family Therapist
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT, MBA
Verified by Psychology Today
"As an LMFT, I am fluent in Armenian and have a strong history of working with clients with varying challenges. I practice individual, family and couples therapy and also provide tele-medicine, ( via phone and video sessions) . My overall approach to treatment is focused on decreasing unwanted symptoms/stressors, increasing coping skills and improving overall wellbeing."
(213) 863-0394
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"As an LMFT, I am fluent in Armenian and have a strong history of working with clients with varying challenges. I practice individual, family and couples therapy and also provide tele-medicine, ( via phone and video sessions) . My overall approach to treatment is focused on decreasing unwanted symptoms/stressors, increasing coping skills and improving overall wellbeing."
Danny R Gibson, Marriage & Family Therapist
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, MFT
Verified by Psychology Today
"My role as a psychotherapist is to provide a safe and nurturing therapeutic environment for clients to work through a wide range of problems. I work with clients as a partner and assist them in developing more useful ways of thinking and behaving. These changes in turn improve overall mood and relationships with others. My theoretical orientation and approach to psychotherapy is Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT). This theoretical orientation is based on the "here and now" type of therapy, which places an emphasis on problem-solving in the present and the future. It is a distinctly positive approach to psychotherapy."
(323) 825-5195
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"My role as a psychotherapist is to provide a safe and nurturing therapeutic environment for clients to work through a wide range of problems. I work with clients as a partner and assist them in developing more useful ways of thinking and behaving. These changes in turn improve overall mood and relationships with others. My theoretical orientation and approach to psychotherapy is Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT). This theoretical orientation is based on the "here and now" type of therapy, which places an emphasis on problem-solving in the present and the future. It is a distinctly positive approach to psychotherapy."
Hong Jeong, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, EMDR
Verified by Psychology Today
" We all go through emotional storms where we feel emotionally and physically stuck; we worry too much and lose control of ourselves. Do you find yourself thrown off balance by your upsetting or fearful experience in the past? Trauma can cause sadness (grief), depression, anxiety, and anger and can lead to addictions as a way of coping with these emotions. My approach is client-centered, flexible, solution-focused and tailored to your needs and goals. I am committed to providing a profound sense of safety and offering compassionate and actionable guidance to all my clients. "
(213) 275-2296
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" We all go through emotional storms where we feel emotionally and physically stuck; we worry too much and lose control of ourselves. Do you find yourself thrown off balance by your upsetting or fearful experience in the past? Trauma can cause sadness (grief), depression, anxiety, and anger and can lead to addictions as a way of coping with these emotions. My approach is client-centered, flexible, solution-focused and tailored to your needs and goals. I am committed to providing a profound sense of safety and offering compassionate and actionable guidance to all my clients. "
Wilfredo Canizalez, Marriage & Family Therapist Associate
Marriage & Family Therapist Associate, MA, IMFT
Verified by Psychology Today
"I believe you're here for a reason, and that God has a purpose for you. Depression, anxiety, marital issues, eating disorders, and many other problems, keep us from living full lives. I became a therapist because I have a passion for helping people who are hurting, and want more out of life. I believe my greatest strength is helping people find the missing keys needed to make positive change. I believe I connect well with my clients by not judging them and by empathizing with their struggles. I am passionate about helping people find the happiness they're looking for."
(818) 272-1095
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"I believe you're here for a reason, and that God has a purpose for you. Depression, anxiety, marital issues, eating disorders, and many other problems, keep us from living full lives. I became a therapist because I have a passion for helping people who are hurting, and want more out of life. I believe my greatest strength is helping people find the missing keys needed to make positive change. I believe I connect well with my clients by not judging them and by empathizing with their struggles. I am passionate about helping people find the happiness they're looking for."
Edna Ibel Barnes, Marriage & Family Therapist
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
Verified by Psychology Today
"Therapy is a process and it takes time. It can be confusing, intimidating and even traumatic. However, it is possible to resolve some of the issues that trauma can cause through professional help. I will bring authenticity and balance to explore the root cause of the ongoing distress in your life. I will provide a compassionate environment for you to feel comfortable. My approach to therapy is an eclectic approach. I believe that there is no single approach that fits every individual so I work collaboratively with my clients to find what works best for them."
(323) 701-0994
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"Therapy is a process and it takes time. It can be confusing, intimidating and even traumatic. However, it is possible to resolve some of the issues that trauma can cause through professional help. I will bring authenticity and balance to explore the root cause of the ongoing distress in your life. I will provide a compassionate environment for you to feel comfortable. My approach to therapy is an eclectic approach. I believe that there is no single approach that fits every individual so I work collaboratively with my clients to find what works best for them."
Olga Moreno, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
Verified by Psychology Today
"¡SÍ se puede! As a child of immigrants, I grappled with dilemmas of self-identity amidst the pressures of acculturation and assimilation. I embrace cultural diversity. Nonetheless, as a Latina I continue to fight against societal and cultural norms. How do you merge conflicting expectations and be at peace? My personal success with these issues, along with formal education and subsequent training have made me a strong bicultural therapist. Thus, I truly believe that memories and emotions are best processed in the language you experience them in because they are inextricably linked and are part of our identity."
(909) 347-5868
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"¡SÍ se puede! As a child of immigrants, I grappled with dilemmas of self-identity amidst the pressures of acculturation and assimilation. I embrace cultural diversity. Nonetheless, as a Latina I continue to fight against societal and cultural norms. How do you merge conflicting expectations and be at peace? My personal success with these issues, along with formal education and subsequent training have made me a strong bicultural therapist. Thus, I truly believe that memories and emotions are best processed in the language you experience them in because they are inextricably linked and are part of our identity."
Insight Los Angeles - Wilhelmina De Castro, LCSW, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
Verified by Psychology Today
"Los Angeles is not for the faint of heart. LA can be a difficult place to exist. Thinking clearly and finding sustainable peace and harmony often seems impossible. This often leads to anxiety, depression, decreased self worth, increased self criticism, loneliness and addiction. If you've felt anything close to that, know that you are not alone. Insight Los Angeles comes from a deep place of compassion and understanding and is equipped with the right therapeutic tools and skills to help you move through this journey. Insight Los Angeles is unique in collaborating with other healing practices to enhance your therapeutic experience. "
(424) 581-1107
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"Los Angeles is not for the faint of heart. LA can be a difficult place to exist. Thinking clearly and finding sustainable peace and harmony often seems impossible. This often leads to anxiety, depression, decreased self worth, increased self criticism, loneliness and addiction. If you've felt anything close to that, know that you are not alone. Insight Los Angeles comes from a deep place of compassion and understanding and is equipped with the right therapeutic tools and skills to help you move through this journey. Insight Los Angeles is unique in collaborating with other healing practices to enhance your therapeutic experience. "
Emma Bogdanoff, Marriage & Family Therapist
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
Verified by Psychology Today
"I believe therapy can benefit everyone who sincerely wishes to see a change in his or her life. Appropriate therapy can relieve feelings of distress, increase satisfaction in interpersonal relationships, create skills for managing anxiety, and help grow greater personal awareness and insight. Difficult changes have no specific design, but with help, you can learn from them, grow with them, and be better because of them."
(213) 267-9653
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"I believe therapy can benefit everyone who sincerely wishes to see a change in his or her life. Appropriate therapy can relieve feelings of distress, increase satisfaction in interpersonal relationships, create skills for managing anxiety, and help grow greater personal awareness and insight. Difficult changes have no specific design, but with help, you can learn from them, grow with them, and be better because of them."
Edward Gonzalez, Marriage & Family Therapist
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT, MBA
Verified by Psychology Today
"My mission is to provide professional clinical therapy at affordable fees. Services are provided in English or Spanish. I speak true Spanish. Espanol es mi lenguage de nacimiento. Las consultas estan al alcanse de su bolsillo."
(323) 508-1905
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"My mission is to provide professional clinical therapy at affordable fees. Services are provided in English or Spanish. I speak true Spanish. Espanol es mi lenguage de nacimiento. Las consultas estan al alcanse de su bolsillo."
Psychologist, PhD
Verified by Psychology Today
"A psychologist’s office ought to be–and I believe mine is–a safe place to express oneself, explore oneself, digest one’s experience and consider new and different modes of action. Digest experience? To me that means learning useful lessons that advance one’s life. Learning, however, in areas of emotion is different than learning arithmetic tables. Painful feelings often must be discharged before one can face how one contributed to the disaster, if one did, or who and what contributed to it. This can be a painful process at times, but a liberating and exciting one as well."
(213) 895-4472
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"A psychologist’s office ought to be–and I believe mine is–a safe place to express oneself, explore oneself, digest one’s experience and consider new and different modes of action. Digest experience? To me that means learning useful lessons that advance one’s life. Learning, however, in areas of emotion is different than learning arithmetic tables. Painful feelings often must be discharged before one can face how one contributed to the disaster, if one did, or who and what contributed to it. This can be a painful process at times, but a liberating and exciting one as well."
Ivette Somoza Arroyo, Marriage & Family Therapist
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT
Verified by Psychology Today
"Many people are hurting in their day- to- day life. Whether the hurt is from a personal challenge such as anxiety, depression, self- esteem, grief and loss or a relational one within marriage, with children or teens and or with family or friends- it is crucial to remember that healing is possible. Healing is a journey where acknowledgment of what caused your hurt is the first step then the often forgotten step is learning to thrive in that place where pain once lived. I am here to help you in your healing voyage. Don't let unspoken fears hold you back from getting help. "
(213) 863-0621
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"Many people are hurting in their day- to- day life. Whether the hurt is from a personal challenge such as anxiety, depression, self- esteem, grief and loss or a relational one within marriage, with children or teens and or with family or friends- it is crucial to remember that healing is possible. Healing is a journey where acknowledgment of what caused your hurt is the first step then the often forgotten step is learning to thrive in that place where pain once lived. I am here to help you in your healing voyage. Don't let unspoken fears hold you back from getting help. "
Luc Rolin, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
Verified by Psychology Today
"Hello, I provide online therapy with individuals and couples. Sessions are scheduled at your convenience via secure online video meetings. My online practice addresses the mental health needs of individuals, couples, and families affected by life changes and challenges. I strive to create an environment that allows for clear, authentic, and supportive collaboration between therapist and client in order to establish and achieve goals. Our collaboration creates a strong therapeutic relationship to help resolve symptoms of mental disorder, stress, relationship problems, and difficulties in coping in the social environment."
(213) 212-7379
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"Hello, I provide online therapy with individuals and couples. Sessions are scheduled at your convenience via secure online video meetings. My online practice addresses the mental health needs of individuals, couples, and families affected by life changes and challenges. I strive to create an environment that allows for clear, authentic, and supportive collaboration between therapist and client in order to establish and achieve goals. Our collaboration creates a strong therapeutic relationship to help resolve symptoms of mental disorder, stress, relationship problems, and difficulties in coping in the social environment."
Maribel Eck, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
Verified by Psychology Today
"Although it can be challenging to begin therapy, my primary objective is to make it a true collaborative process and to partner with you through every step of that process. "
(323) 924-3867
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"Although it can be challenging to begin therapy, my primary objective is to make it a true collaborative process and to partner with you through every step of that process. "
Victoria Goldfarb, Marriage & Family Therapist
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT, Esq
Verified by Psychology Today
"I help people who want help feel better about themselves, their lives and their relationships. Some seek my help because they engage in behaviors that interfere with their ability to enjoy their lives. Some seek my help because they feel "stuck in a rut," worthless, guilty or confused about their purpose. Some seek my help to improve or change their relationships or to grieve a break-up or death. Some just want a space where they can turn off their "devices" and turn inward or towards their loved-ones, in the presence of a trained professional who intends to heal."
(310) 712-3411
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"I help people who want help feel better about themselves, their lives and their relationships. Some seek my help because they engage in behaviors that interfere with their ability to enjoy their lives. Some seek my help because they feel "stuck in a rut," worthless, guilty or confused about their purpose. Some seek my help to improve or change their relationships or to grieve a break-up or death. Some just want a space where they can turn off their "devices" and turn inward or towards their loved-ones, in the presence of a trained professional who intends to heal."
Natalie D'Annibale, PsyD LMFT, Marriage & Family Therapist
Marriage & Family Therapist, PsyD, LMFT
Verified by Psychology Today
"It takes trust and courage to explore our emotional well-being, to resolve maladaptive behaviors, addictions, and to work on personal growth. As a therapist, I am invested in my client's commitment to self-improvement in our therapeutic and supportive alliance. My areas of expertise are in Humanistic, Existential, Family Systems, and Solution-Focused Brief Therapies. I encourage personal responsibility, self-actualization, and self-awareness utilizing strength-based advocacy with empathy and authenticity. If you are ready to improve your personal experiences and interpersonal relationships, reach out and we will get started on your next and best chapter."
(760) 621-7656
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"It takes trust and courage to explore our emotional well-being, to resolve maladaptive behaviors, addictions, and to work on personal growth. As a therapist, I am invested in my client's commitment to self-improvement in our therapeutic and supportive alliance. My areas of expertise are in Humanistic, Existential, Family Systems, and Solution-Focused Brief Therapies. I encourage personal responsibility, self-actualization, and self-awareness utilizing strength-based advocacy with empathy and authenticity. If you are ready to improve your personal experiences and interpersonal relationships, reach out and we will get started on your next and best chapter."
Centered Individual & Family Counseling, Marriage & Family Therapist
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT, ATR-BC
Verified by Psychology Today
Office is near:
Los Angeles, California 90015
"At CENTERED we focus on helping you regain balance and stability. Life can knock us off balance and we can begin to feel too anxious, too depressed, drink too much, sleep too much (or not enough), for example. If you've tried dealing with things on your own and you're still suffering, it may be time to come in and work with a professional. Give me a call and we can talk a little bit about what's going on and then I can recommend a course of action."
(323) 810-9233
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Office is near:
Los Angeles, California 90015
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"At CENTERED we focus on helping you regain balance and stability. Life can knock us off balance and we can begin to feel too anxious, too depressed, drink too much, sleep too much (or not enough), for example. If you've tried dealing with things on your own and you're still suffering, it may be time to come in and work with a professional. Give me a call and we can talk a little bit about what's going on and then I can recommend a course of action."
Nicole Schor, Marriage & Family Therapist
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
Verified by Psychology Today
Office is near:
Los Angeles, California 90015
"The connection that you have with your therapist is so important to feeling safe and wanting to continue on the journey of therapy together. It's through this connection, when you feel understood, that you're able to heal. My approach is nurturing, non- judgemental, and collaborative. I want to support you in gaining the self-awareness to understand your goals, identifying obstacles hindering your progress, and feeling empowered to make necessary changes for a healthier and happier life."
(702) 664-8025
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Office is near:
Los Angeles, California 90015
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"The connection that you have with your therapist is so important to feeling safe and wanting to continue on the journey of therapy together. It's through this connection, when you feel understood, that you're able to heal. My approach is nurturing, non- judgemental, and collaborative. I want to support you in gaining the self-awareness to understand your goals, identifying obstacles hindering your progress, and feeling empowered to make necessary changes for a healthier and happier life."
Dorrie Robles, Marriage & Family Therapist
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT, CHT, Life, Coach
Verified by Psychology Today
Office is near:
Los Angeles, California 90015
"I specialize in working with individuals who want to improve their intimate relationships with others, whether it is sexual, family, friends or peers they work with. I specialize in treating; Anxiety, Mood Disorders, Major Depression, Depression, Issues of Losses,Relationship Problems, weight loss issues, and Employment Difficulties. I specialize with working on improving communication and decreasing negative behaviors such as addictions."
(714) 203-6188
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Office is near:
Los Angeles, California 90015
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"I specialize in working with individuals who want to improve their intimate relationships with others, whether it is sexual, family, friends or peers they work with. I specialize in treating; Anxiety, Mood Disorders, Major Depression, Depression, Issues of Losses,Relationship Problems, weight loss issues, and Employment Difficulties. I specialize with working on improving communication and decreasing negative behaviors such as addictions."
Mark Tinley, Marriage & Family Therapist
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
Verified by Psychology Today
Office is near:
Los Angeles, California 90015
"If your life or relationships have been a struggle for too long, I can help. I offer counseling to individuals, couples, and teens that are experiencing relationship, work problems, depression, anxiety, or any other issue. My counseling can solve your frustration and pain. You can overcome your worry and fears. Life can be easier."
(213) 238-5403
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Office is near:
Los Angeles, California 90015
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"If your life or relationships have been a struggle for too long, I can help. I offer counseling to individuals, couples, and teens that are experiencing relationship, work problems, depression, anxiety, or any other issue. My counseling can solve your frustration and pain. You can overcome your worry and fears. Life can be easier."

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