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"Feeling worried all the time? Feeling down or depressed? Dealing with negative thinking that wont go away? Having difficulties in your relationships? Struggling to maintain a balance between responsibilities and everyday challenges? Let me help you! I will guide you to effectively manage anxiety, depression or elevated stress that may arise when dealing with past or present relationship issues, family conflict, divorce, separation, parenting difficulties, trauma, illness, loss, transitions or other life stressors. I offer individual, couples, or family therapy services using brief or long term approaches specific to your needs."
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"Feeling worried all the time? Feeling down or depressed? Dealing with negative thinking that wont go away? Having difficulties in your relationships? Struggling to maintain a balance between responsibilities and everyday challenges? Let me help you! I will guide you to effectively manage anxiety, depression or elevated stress that may arise when dealing with past or present relationship issues, family conflict, divorce, separation, parenting difficulties, trauma, illness, loss, transitions or other life stressors. I offer individual, couples, or family therapy services using brief or long term approaches specific to your needs."
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"It can be hard growing up in Los Angeles and dealing with the intense pressure of school, family and friends. It's also hard trying to be an adult, working to establish one's self and feel comfortable in saying, "This is who I am, this is who I want to be." We all come through this process with different stories, experiences and perspective. I love to work with families and individuals on this journey. I have had over five years of experience working with families during their deepest moments of pain and confusion, joy and growth."
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"It can be hard growing up in Los Angeles and dealing with the intense pressure of school, family and friends. It's also hard trying to be an adult, working to establish one's self and feel comfortable in saying, "This is who I am, this is who I want to be." We all come through this process with different stories, experiences and perspective. I love to work with families and individuals on this journey. I have had over five years of experience working with families during their deepest moments of pain and confusion, joy and growth."
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"How does "therapy" work? Psychotherapy works by helping you look at feelings, thoughts and behavior in situations which you find problematic. It helps you to learn more effective ways in dealing with those situations. Psychotherapy is a collaborative effort. You and I will identify your goals -- what you want to have happen, and agree on how you'll know when you're making progress. I will talk to you about the length of time it may take to help you see changes. Progress, and change, can happen."
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"How does "therapy" work? Psychotherapy works by helping you look at feelings, thoughts and behavior in situations which you find problematic. It helps you to learn more effective ways in dealing with those situations. Psychotherapy is a collaborative effort. You and I will identify your goals -- what you want to have happen, and agree on how you'll know when you're making progress. I will talk to you about the length of time it may take to help you see changes. Progress, and change, can happen."
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""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."
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""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."
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"I believe in the power of kindness, hope, and possibility; I believe with desire, courage, vulnerability, and determination a healthy and rewarding life is possible; I believe you matter. While I wish I could give you more of a sense of the healing process in this brief introduction, it can only truly begin when you reach out. Your call will activate healing. I look forward to taking your healing journey together. "
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"I believe in the power of kindness, hope, and possibility; I believe with desire, courage, vulnerability, and determination a healthy and rewarding life is possible; I believe you matter. While I wish I could give you more of a sense of the healing process in this brief introduction, it can only truly begin when you reach out. Your call will activate healing. I look forward to taking your healing journey together. "
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"You deserve to feel confident, connected, heard rather than alone and fearful in your life. Anxiety and depression do not have to rule your day-to-day world, or keep you from experiencing a bright future. Letting go of what no longer works is possible with a few simple practices: watching negative self-talk, stop comparing and living in the here and now. With compassion, wit and hope, I support women in identifying and expressing feelings, build healthy boundaries and finding their passions. Psychotherapy can be an exciting journey to greater awareness and joy. "
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"You deserve to feel confident, connected, heard rather than alone and fearful in your life. Anxiety and depression do not have to rule your day-to-day world, or keep you from experiencing a bright future. Letting go of what no longer works is possible with a few simple practices: watching negative self-talk, stop comparing and living in the here and now. With compassion, wit and hope, I support women in identifying and expressing feelings, build healthy boundaries and finding their passions. Psychotherapy can be an exciting journey to greater awareness and joy. "
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"NOW OFFERING TELETHERAPY. Our emotional pain can become all consuming and take over our daily lives. When the pain becomes so great it hinders relationships and daily functioning, it is a signal that it’s time to get help. With the support of meaningful therapy, and a safe place to share thoughts and challenges, the heaIing process can begin. Healing and growth is always possible and I am committed to helping you create lasting change in your life and assisting you in being your authentic self. "
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"NOW OFFERING TELETHERAPY. Our emotional pain can become all consuming and take over our daily lives. When the pain becomes so great it hinders relationships and daily functioning, it is a signal that it’s time to get help. With the support of meaningful therapy, and a safe place to share thoughts and challenges, the heaIing process can begin. Healing and growth is always possible and I am committed to helping you create lasting change in your life and assisting you in being your authentic self. "
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Marriage & Family Therapist Associate, MA
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"Does fear or sadness hold you back from living your best life ? Are you in a mid-life or existential crisis and not sure how to make meaningful change ? Perhaps past relationships and traumas continue to sabotage you from your goals, or continue to limit you. You do not have to figure this out alone. Together we can work collaboratively to uncover patterns in thoughts and behaviors that do not serve you. Whether as an individual, or within a relationship, we will make meaningful change in your life."
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"Does fear or sadness hold you back from living your best life ? Are you in a mid-life or existential crisis and not sure how to make meaningful change ? Perhaps past relationships and traumas continue to sabotage you from your goals, or continue to limit you. You do not have to figure this out alone. Together we can work collaboratively to uncover patterns in thoughts and behaviors that do not serve you. Whether as an individual, or within a relationship, we will make meaningful change in your life."
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"The therapeutic relationship is unique. It must offer the client a place to speak freely and safely about any and all problems, issues, and concerns that s/he is experiencing. I foster an atmosphere in which my clients are able to confide, question, explore and reflect, so as to better understand themselves and their lives, and make choices toward living fuller, more balanced, more satisfying lives. I listen closely and carefully. I work interactively, asking questions and making observations. I am honored to see a diverse clientele of adults, couples, and adolescents and their families."
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"The therapeutic relationship is unique. It must offer the client a place to speak freely and safely about any and all problems, issues, and concerns that s/he is experiencing. I foster an atmosphere in which my clients are able to confide, question, explore and reflect, so as to better understand themselves and their lives, and make choices toward living fuller, more balanced, more satisfying lives. I listen closely and carefully. I work interactively, asking questions and making observations. I am honored to see a diverse clientele of adults, couples, and adolescents and their families."
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"I focus on individuals, couples, children and families struggling with life challenges we all face from time to time. I offer a warm, nurturing environment in which you can share your concerns, hopefully rebalance situations in your life and perhaps find a sense of direction. This is best accomplished taking direction from you and in collaboration with you and your needs. The best approach to healing is to discuss your needs and together develop a plan of action. I welcome people of any kind who are in need. You will find my door and my heart open."
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"I focus on individuals, couples, children and families struggling with life challenges we all face from time to time. I offer a warm, nurturing environment in which you can share your concerns, hopefully rebalance situations in your life and perhaps find a sense of direction. This is best accomplished taking direction from you and in collaboration with you and your needs. The best approach to healing is to discuss your needs and together develop a plan of action. I welcome people of any kind who are in need. You will find my door and my heart open."
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"You want to live your best life and feel terrified by the thought of moving forward. On the outside you may look like you have it together. On the inside you’re caught in a spin cycle, trapped in the same destructive habits and repeating the same mistakes. Shame controls your thoughts and behaviors, preventing you from feeling any joy. You’ve gone to therapy and talked about your feelings. Yet your past memories and experiences still leave you feeling edgy, anxious, and disconnected. You want relief and are looking for something different."
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"You want to live your best life and feel terrified by the thought of moving forward. On the outside you may look like you have it together. On the inside you’re caught in a spin cycle, trapped in the same destructive habits and repeating the same mistakes. Shame controls your thoughts and behaviors, preventing you from feeling any joy. You’ve gone to therapy and talked about your feelings. Yet your past memories and experiences still leave you feeling edgy, anxious, and disconnected. You want relief and are looking for something different."
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"Change can feel overwhelming! A difficult or abusive childhood leaves scars that can have an impact at any time, especially when you're going through major changes or transitions. Old coping mechanisms don't always work as well as they used to and we struggle with life, relationships, and career. We feel anxious, stressed, and unable to cope alone. I can help you change old patterns that frustrate you and no longer work for you."
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"Change can feel overwhelming! A difficult or abusive childhood leaves scars that can have an impact at any time, especially when you're going through major changes or transitions. Old coping mechanisms don't always work as well as they used to and we struggle with life, relationships, and career. We feel anxious, stressed, and unable to cope alone. I can help you change old patterns that frustrate you and no longer work for you."
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"Life is often challenging and can leave us feeling anxious, depressed, or emotionally overwhelmed. Therapy provides an opportunity to address and work through the difficulties we face so that we can lead a more satisfying and fulfilling life. A vital component of therapy is creating a safe and comfortable environment so that issues can be explored openly and honestly. I provide a collaborative and supportive environment through acceptance, compassion, and genuineness."
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"Life is often challenging and can leave us feeling anxious, depressed, or emotionally overwhelmed. Therapy provides an opportunity to address and work through the difficulties we face so that we can lead a more satisfying and fulfilling life. A vital component of therapy is creating a safe and comfortable environment so that issues can be explored openly and honestly. I provide a collaborative and supportive environment through acceptance, compassion, and genuineness."
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"Finding a therapist can be quite overwhelming. It is a courageous step to allow another person in and build a safe relationship in order to facilitate change. I provide a nonjudgemental supportive environment where we can work together to decrease feelings of depression, anxiety, confusion, and other uncomfortable states we often find ourselves in. I will empower and challenge you to increase self-awareness, develop insight, and learn healthy ways to cope with life's challenges. I am an active participant in the therapy process and help my patients expand perspective to reach their full potential. "
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"Finding a therapist can be quite overwhelming. It is a courageous step to allow another person in and build a safe relationship in order to facilitate change. I provide a nonjudgemental supportive environment where we can work together to decrease feelings of depression, anxiety, confusion, and other uncomfortable states we often find ourselves in. I will empower and challenge you to increase self-awareness, develop insight, and learn healthy ways to cope with life's challenges. I am an active participant in the therapy process and help my patients expand perspective to reach their full potential. "
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"I work with adult individuals, adolescents, couples and families to help them cope with not only life's daily struggles, but also on issues around grief and loss, crisis, traumas, challenging life transitions and relationship issues. I use talk and narrative therapy as well as mindfulness based practices to help clients decrease anxiety and depression, manage stress, cope with challenges and enhance their creativity and productivity. My approach is very conversational, interactive and pro-active. In contrast to heavy analysis, I strive to uncover and cultivate my client's strengths, abilities and values to help them overcome their problems."
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"I work with adult individuals, adolescents, couples and families to help them cope with not only life's daily struggles, but also on issues around grief and loss, crisis, traumas, challenging life transitions and relationship issues. I use talk and narrative therapy as well as mindfulness based practices to help clients decrease anxiety and depression, manage stress, cope with challenges and enhance their creativity and productivity. My approach is very conversational, interactive and pro-active. In contrast to heavy analysis, I strive to uncover and cultivate my client's strengths, abilities and values to help them overcome their problems."
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"Do you suffer from unwanted OCD thoughts and anxiety? Do you worry about bad things happening to you or those you love? Maybe you are having thoughts that you have harmed someone or may harm someone in the future. Perhaps you fear that you will become contaminated or that you will be responsible for a tragedy. Do you wash your hands excessively or check things like door locks or the stove? Or do you avoid things like knives, public restrooms, or anything that might trigger your fearful thoughts? OCD thoughts can take any form, and there is successful treatment available."
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"Do you suffer from unwanted OCD thoughts and anxiety? Do you worry about bad things happening to you or those you love? Maybe you are having thoughts that you have harmed someone or may harm someone in the future. Perhaps you fear that you will become contaminated or that you will be responsible for a tragedy. Do you wash your hands excessively or check things like door locks or the stove? Or do you avoid things like knives, public restrooms, or anything that might trigger your fearful thoughts? OCD thoughts can take any form, and there is successful treatment available."
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"Dr. David is currently in private practice full-time in Los Angeles, California and is also licensed in the states of Massachusetts and Florida. He holds a faculty appointment as Assistant Clinical Professor in the UCLA Department of Psychiatry and Biobehavioral Sciences where he supervises interns and residents. Dr. David received his Ph.D. in clinical psychology from the University of Southern California and he completed both his clinical psychology internship and his neuropsychology post-doctoral residency at the UCLA Semel Institute for Neuroscience and Human Behavior and Resnick Neuropsychiatric Hospital."
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"Dr. David is currently in private practice full-time in Los Angeles, California and is also licensed in the states of Massachusetts and Florida. He holds a faculty appointment as Assistant Clinical Professor in the UCLA Department of Psychiatry and Biobehavioral Sciences where he supervises interns and residents. Dr. David received his Ph.D. in clinical psychology from the University of Southern California and he completed both his clinical psychology internship and his neuropsychology post-doctoral residency at the UCLA Semel Institute for Neuroscience and Human Behavior and Resnick Neuropsychiatric Hospital."
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"I understand you are struggling right now. You may be feeling anxious and/or depressed. Dysfunctional patterns of behavior may be affecting your job, your relationship or marriage, as well as your overall self-esteem. You want to understand why you do what you do, and are looking for effective tools to change the behaviors that either no longer work for you, or perhaps never did. By empathically exploring the "why am I the way that I am" questions in a safe environment, we will look to find some answers that will help enable you to battle and place your critics and demons in their proper place going forward."
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"I understand you are struggling right now. You may be feeling anxious and/or depressed. Dysfunctional patterns of behavior may be affecting your job, your relationship or marriage, as well as your overall self-esteem. You want to understand why you do what you do, and are looking for effective tools to change the behaviors that either no longer work for you, or perhaps never did. By empathically exploring the "why am I the way that I am" questions in a safe environment, we will look to find some answers that will help enable you to battle and place your critics and demons in their proper place going forward."
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"It is not always easy separating our personal lives from our professional lives when the boundaries we try to maintain in order to excel in both spheres often bleed into each other. You want to bring the best of yourself to all facets of your life, but when issues such as substance abuse, depression, marital strife, family problems, & conflicts with co-workers are so prevalent, how do we cope? What do we do with our mental and emotional baggage? How do we remain balanced and calm when the world we live in demands so much of us? "
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"It is not always easy separating our personal lives from our professional lives when the boundaries we try to maintain in order to excel in both spheres often bleed into each other. You want to bring the best of yourself to all facets of your life, but when issues such as substance abuse, depression, marital strife, family problems, & conflicts with co-workers are so prevalent, how do we cope? What do we do with our mental and emotional baggage? How do we remain balanced and calm when the world we live in demands so much of us? "
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"I meet every day with people who are overcoming worry, depression, dissatisfaction and conflict to find greater joy, and fulfillment in their life. My specialties include working with depression/anxiety, OCD/ADD, personality disorders, and addiction. I also have expertise in working with the LGBTQQI community.My approach to psychotherapy is practical and interactive, providing the support and insight to help you resolve current issues and historical patterns. Through empathy and direct communication, I assist you in finding the solutions to life's adversities, challenges, and mental health."
(562) 354-8330
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"I meet every day with people who are overcoming worry, depression, dissatisfaction and conflict to find greater joy, and fulfillment in their life. My specialties include working with depression/anxiety, OCD/ADD, personality disorders, and addiction. I also have expertise in working with the LGBTQQI community.My approach to psychotherapy is practical and interactive, providing the support and insight to help you resolve current issues and historical patterns. Through empathy and direct communication, I assist you in finding the solutions to life's adversities, challenges, and mental health."

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