Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
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"I offer clients a safe, non-judgmental and interactive space to work through personal issues, problems and dilemmas of life. I believe there are times to look outside our usual supports and find a consistent and supportive place to develop balance in our lives. Therapy is an opportunity for growth; to feel less stuck and less overwhelmed. I will collaborate with you to identify goals and explore challenges to feeling relief and contentment both within yourself and in your relationships with others. We will recognize your strengths, discover your resilience, and develop your authentic self."
(323) 405-7942
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"I offer clients a safe, non-judgmental and interactive space to work through personal issues, problems and dilemmas of life. I believe there are times to look outside our usual supports and find a consistent and supportive place to develop balance in our lives. Therapy is an opportunity for growth; to feel less stuck and less overwhelmed. I will collaborate with you to identify goals and explore challenges to feeling relief and contentment both within yourself and in your relationships with others. We will recognize your strengths, discover your resilience, and develop your authentic self."
Jennifer Campoy, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
Verified by Psychology Today
"I believe that if we don’t ask the questions about how our history shaped us, patterns repeat themselves. My approach is geared towards helping people identify ways in which they've coped with hardship, but may have put them out of touch with their feelings & themselves. I see people who are struggling with mood conditions of all kinds, such as depression, anxiety, reactions from past trauma, intimacy & relationship problems. People seeking therapy are often interested in understanding how their earlier needs for attention and understanding went unfulfilled yet continues to impact their sense of self and their relationships."
(626) 478-3884
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"I believe that if we don’t ask the questions about how our history shaped us, patterns repeat themselves. My approach is geared towards helping people identify ways in which they've coped with hardship, but may have put them out of touch with their feelings & themselves. I see people who are struggling with mood conditions of all kinds, such as depression, anxiety, reactions from past trauma, intimacy & relationship problems. People seeking therapy are often interested in understanding how their earlier needs for attention and understanding went unfulfilled yet continues to impact their sense of self and their relationships."
Jennifer Ann Giancola, Marriage & Family Therapist
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, MFT
Verified by Psychology Today
"My work focuses on the process of acceptance and integration of aspects of ourselves that we like and those that we find challenging. We all struggle at times with self-doubt and self-worth issues. These feelings are difficult to cope with and hinder our ability to really get to know ourselves and others. Through conversation and a deep curiosity and caring about my client's, I help to broaden their understanding of themselves. My clients begin to have more authentic experiences by finding meaning in their life experiences and gaining new insights that help them achieve their personal goals."
(323) 870-8341
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"My work focuses on the process of acceptance and integration of aspects of ourselves that we like and those that we find challenging. We all struggle at times with self-doubt and self-worth issues. These feelings are difficult to cope with and hinder our ability to really get to know ourselves and others. Through conversation and a deep curiosity and caring about my client's, I help to broaden their understanding of themselves. My clients begin to have more authentic experiences by finding meaning in their life experiences and gaining new insights that help them achieve their personal goals."
Alisa Dennis, Psychologist
Psychologist, PhD
Verified by Psychology Today
"People come to my office with a variety of concerns related to relationships, identity, spirituality, career, self-development, or life purpose. Others may be seeking relief from anxiety or depression. In what seems like a rapidly changing and tumultuous world, people often feel comforted by the presence of a therapist who can provide a safe space within which to resolve conflicts, relieve symptoms, and get clearer about who they really are. I listen to you with an intuitive and empathic ear and a compassionate heart. I serve as a guide and witness to your journey of self-discovery and fulfillment."
(818) 946-2125
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"People come to my office with a variety of concerns related to relationships, identity, spirituality, career, self-development, or life purpose. Others may be seeking relief from anxiety or depression. In what seems like a rapidly changing and tumultuous world, people often feel comforted by the presence of a therapist who can provide a safe space within which to resolve conflicts, relieve symptoms, and get clearer about who they really are. I listen to you with an intuitive and empathic ear and a compassionate heart. I serve as a guide and witness to your journey of self-discovery and fulfillment."
Patrick Jensen, Marriage & Family Therapist
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, MFT
Verified by Psychology Today
"Life can be painful and difficult. Intimate relationships can be particularly challenging if you don't have the communication skills needed to express your feelings and resolve conflicts effectively. This can lead to anger, resentment, fear and loneliness. Over time, intimacy and sexual connection will often suffer due to these feelings. Therapy can help you sort through and understand the challenges you're facing, and identify solutions that work for you. With the proper support, things can get better."
(323) 472-5914
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"Life can be painful and difficult. Intimate relationships can be particularly challenging if you don't have the communication skills needed to express your feelings and resolve conflicts effectively. This can lead to anger, resentment, fear and loneliness. Over time, intimacy and sexual connection will often suffer due to these feelings. Therapy can help you sort through and understand the challenges you're facing, and identify solutions that work for you. With the proper support, things can get better."
Steve Gratwick, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
Verified by Psychology Today
"As a compassionate therapist, I have over eight years of experience supporting people as they work through challenging issues, and aim for their potential. My therapy style uses many different approaches, and is flexible to best fit your needs. This includes Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, and also Coaching. Relief from anxiety, depression and other issues often requires a team of support, and I periodically make referrals to additional practitioners for holistic options. Practicing wellness and healthy living are central to my supportive approach."
(323) 870-8937
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"As a compassionate therapist, I have over eight years of experience supporting people as they work through challenging issues, and aim for their potential. My therapy style uses many different approaches, and is flexible to best fit your needs. This includes Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, and also Coaching. Relief from anxiety, depression and other issues often requires a team of support, and I periodically make referrals to additional practitioners for holistic options. Practicing wellness and healthy living are central to my supportive approach."
Teryn Leaper, Marriage & Family Therapist Associate
Marriage & Family Therapist Associate, AMFT
Verified by Psychology Today
"You're not crazy. You're not a burden. You're not weak. You're just human. And as such, we're constantly changing and evolving. Life is full of endless transitions, whether that be a departure from a relationship, coping with the death of a loved one, changing career paths, or just learning how to better communicate with those around us. No matter what you might want to work on, therapy gives you the space to not only focus on yourself, but to feel supported in whatever stage of life you find yourself navigating."
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"You're not crazy. You're not a burden. You're not weak. You're just human. And as such, we're constantly changing and evolving. Life is full of endless transitions, whether that be a departure from a relationship, coping with the death of a loved one, changing career paths, or just learning how to better communicate with those around us. No matter what you might want to work on, therapy gives you the space to not only focus on yourself, but to feel supported in whatever stage of life you find yourself navigating."
Amy-Lynn Gerber, Marriage & Family Therapist
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
Verified by Psychology Today
"Life has a way of facing us with innumerable challenges, and at times it can feel like there is no hope of getting through. We can feel "stuck" and unsure of how to proceed. However, these experiences can become opportunities to flourish in ways you never thought possible. Through a supportive therapeutic relationship, my goal is to help you find strength and resiliency, and build a healthy loving relationship with your mind, body, and soul. I believe that each of us is on a unique journey of personal growth, and discovering how to harness our strengths and evolve through our setbacks, we can tap in to our individual potential. "
(213) 293-1468
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"Life has a way of facing us with innumerable challenges, and at times it can feel like there is no hope of getting through. We can feel "stuck" and unsure of how to proceed. However, these experiences can become opportunities to flourish in ways you never thought possible. Through a supportive therapeutic relationship, my goal is to help you find strength and resiliency, and build a healthy loving relationship with your mind, body, and soul. I believe that each of us is on a unique journey of personal growth, and discovering how to harness our strengths and evolve through our setbacks, we can tap in to our individual potential. "
Brenda Marie LeShay, Marriage & Family Therapist Associate
Marriage & Family Therapist Associate, AMFT
Verified by Psychology Today
"Experiencing life’s vast and continuous challenges can sometimes seem overwhelming. It is in times like these when we need a little extra support. I am passionate about providing a safe space that is nonjudgmental and respectful, where I can help guide clients on a path of self-reflection, to a place of self-understanding, growth, and healing. With greater self-awareness and the development of coping skills, future challenges in life can seem less daunting and be conquered in stride."
(626) 317-6276
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"Experiencing life’s vast and continuous challenges can sometimes seem overwhelming. It is in times like these when we need a little extra support. I am passionate about providing a safe space that is nonjudgmental and respectful, where I can help guide clients on a path of self-reflection, to a place of self-understanding, growth, and healing. With greater self-awareness and the development of coping skills, future challenges in life can seem less daunting and be conquered in stride."
Lindsay Sullivan, Marriage & Family Therapist
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, RYT
Verified by Psychology Today
"Individuals, couples and teens seek my support for a range of issues and life moments including depression, anxiety, substance abuse, body image, and more. I work with physical, emotional, and developmental trauma, supplementing psychotherapy with body awareness and mindfulness techniques. As a therapeutic yoga instructor, I love incorporating somatic embodied awareness into the process of therapy. I am trained in Attachment Focused EMDR and the somatic TRM method. We'll work together to express your goals and design a unique healing experience that works for you."
(213) 947-9137
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"Individuals, couples and teens seek my support for a range of issues and life moments including depression, anxiety, substance abuse, body image, and more. I work with physical, emotional, and developmental trauma, supplementing psychotherapy with body awareness and mindfulness techniques. As a therapeutic yoga instructor, I love incorporating somatic embodied awareness into the process of therapy. I am trained in Attachment Focused EMDR and the somatic TRM method. We'll work together to express your goals and design a unique healing experience that works for you."
Andrew Sears | Therapy & Couples Counseling, Marriage & Family Therapist
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
Verified by Psychology Today
"From personal experience, traumas as children or as adults can plague us for the rest of our lives. They impact us in many ways. Goals feel out of reach, peers unsupportive, or you feel alienated from yourself. These feelings tend to make us seek out changes, but how far are we willing to go? The best parts of ourselves are often locked deep inside us. Self-doubt, a need for validation, a deprived or inflated sense of identity - these all lead to feelings of inadequacy, social anxiety, chronic depression, mania, fragmentation, sleeplessness, poor diet and exercise, boredom, loneliness, and despair."
(213) 394-4589
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"From personal experience, traumas as children or as adults can plague us for the rest of our lives. They impact us in many ways. Goals feel out of reach, peers unsupportive, or you feel alienated from yourself. These feelings tend to make us seek out changes, but how far are we willing to go? The best parts of ourselves are often locked deep inside us. Self-doubt, a need for validation, a deprived or inflated sense of identity - these all lead to feelings of inadequacy, social anxiety, chronic depression, mania, fragmentation, sleeplessness, poor diet and exercise, boredom, loneliness, and despair."
Ray Cochran, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
Verified by Psychology Today
"The relationship between client and therapist is the most important factor in successful therapy. The process of therapy is part science and part art. The science of therapy provides us with data that tells us which therapeutic strategies work best for specific problems. For me, knowing the science is crucial; using it, however, is an art. The art of therapy starts with the cumulative life experiences of the therapist--this is crucial in finding a good therapist and should not be discounted. A therapist should also be kind, empathic, humorous, direct, open, and honest."
(323) 638-2956
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"The relationship between client and therapist is the most important factor in successful therapy. The process of therapy is part science and part art. The science of therapy provides us with data that tells us which therapeutic strategies work best for specific problems. For me, knowing the science is crucial; using it, however, is an art. The art of therapy starts with the cumulative life experiences of the therapist--this is crucial in finding a good therapist and should not be discounted. A therapist should also be kind, empathic, humorous, direct, open, and honest."
Maryem Irias, Marriage & Family Therapist Associate
Marriage & Family Therapist Associate, MA
Verified by Psychology Today
"I believe the therapeutic relationship is sacred and conducive to the healing process. I cultivate a warm, nurturing presence so that my clients can feel firmly held and supported. My areas of focus include: managing anxiety, depression, stress-related conditions, life transitions, trans-generational trauma, cultural mistreatment, career/academic issues, parenting, co-parenting, authentic self expression, conscious relationship, transformation of life, relational trauma, body image issues. My work focuses on fostering in clients a mindful presence, attuned connection, conscious communication, and the sacred path of deep intimacy. "
(626) 593-4262
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"I believe the therapeutic relationship is sacred and conducive to the healing process. I cultivate a warm, nurturing presence so that my clients can feel firmly held and supported. My areas of focus include: managing anxiety, depression, stress-related conditions, life transitions, trans-generational trauma, cultural mistreatment, career/academic issues, parenting, co-parenting, authentic self expression, conscious relationship, transformation of life, relational trauma, body image issues. My work focuses on fostering in clients a mindful presence, attuned connection, conscious communication, and the sacred path of deep intimacy. "
Morgan Rebane, Marriage & Family Therapist Associate
Marriage & Family Therapist Associate, M.A., AMFT
"I offer individual and couples therapy on a sliding scale. I'm passionate about holding a non-judgmental environment in which clients are able to explore healing and growth as they reconnect with their values and strengths."
(323) 641-4808
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"I offer individual and couples therapy on a sliding scale. I'm passionate about holding a non-judgmental environment in which clients are able to explore healing and growth as they reconnect with their values and strengths."
Dana Plyler, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
Verified by Psychology Today
"Are you baffled lately by your teenager's emotions and behavior? I specialize in helping older children and teens who are struggling with past traumatic experiences, anxiety, school problems, low self-esteem, depression, self-harming behaviors, suicidal thoughts, and other issues that are specific to being a teenager in the world today. "
(323) 629-4893
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"Are you baffled lately by your teenager's emotions and behavior? I specialize in helping older children and teens who are struggling with past traumatic experiences, anxiety, school problems, low self-esteem, depression, self-harming behaviors, suicidal thoughts, and other issues that are specific to being a teenager in the world today. "
Katie Enney, Psychologist
Psychologist, PsyD
Verified by Psychology Today
"We all encounter experiences in our lives which will challenge us, and sometimes cause us pain. Sometimes we are challenged by our relationships, previous trauma, bad experiences, depression or anxiety. We can make the choice to work through these events and grow even when things are hard and confusing. My goal as a therapist is not only to provide a safe place for you to explore your struggles, but also to give you objective feedback and guidance to help you improve your life. I will work with you to create an approach to help you with your unique situation."
(818) 405-9110
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"We all encounter experiences in our lives which will challenge us, and sometimes cause us pain. Sometimes we are challenged by our relationships, previous trauma, bad experiences, depression or anxiety. We can make the choice to work through these events and grow even when things are hard and confusing. My goal as a therapist is not only to provide a safe place for you to explore your struggles, but also to give you objective feedback and guidance to help you improve your life. I will work with you to create an approach to help you with your unique situation."
Mario Prietto, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, PhD, LCSW
Verified by Psychology Today
"Working together, we greet Pain and Suffering and ask "How will you serve my development?" Psychotherapy isn't about finding perfection, but pursuing wholeness and respecting our Self. It's simple. It's complicated. It can be very difficult, and and there are laughter and surprises to be enjoyed. Go for it: tend to your emotional to-do list, relationship overhaul/finesse, deep discovery, gather energy to take your journey to the next level. Mid-life? Starting out on your own? Starting/ending a relationship? Creative and stuck? Uncertain times like these require support, wisdom and creativity."
(323) 387-3938
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"Working together, we greet Pain and Suffering and ask "How will you serve my development?" Psychotherapy isn't about finding perfection, but pursuing wholeness and respecting our Self. It's simple. It's complicated. It can be very difficult, and and there are laughter and surprises to be enjoyed. Go for it: tend to your emotional to-do list, relationship overhaul/finesse, deep discovery, gather energy to take your journey to the next level. Mid-life? Starting out on your own? Starting/ending a relationship? Creative and stuck? Uncertain times like these require support, wisdom and creativity."
Damiana A Valentini, Marriage & Family Therapist Associate
Marriage & Family Therapist Associate, AMFT
Verified by Psychology Today
"Whether one is suffering from depression, anxiety, grief and loss, unresolved trauma, or challenges in relationships, I am here to provide a space to explore these issues and foster personal growth. I understand that you are the expert in your life, and I am there to provide the support and feedback you need to address life’s challenges, identify barriers, explore solutions, and help you achieve your goals. "
(818) 696-5613
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"Whether one is suffering from depression, anxiety, grief and loss, unresolved trauma, or challenges in relationships, I am here to provide a space to explore these issues and foster personal growth. I understand that you are the expert in your life, and I am there to provide the support and feedback you need to address life’s challenges, identify barriers, explore solutions, and help you achieve your goals. "
Jacinda Marie Mitchell, Marriage & Family Therapist
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT
Verified by Psychology Today
"Through counseling, I support teens and adults struggling with anxiety, depression, and relationship struggles to find their voice and live their best life. My goal as your therapist is to create an environment that is comfortable and non-judgmental as a way to guide you to a place where you can embrace your strengths and confront your challenges. Working together to empower you to find, and follow the path of your true self. Through the use of empathetic listening, curiosity, humor, and - most importantly - collaboration, I believe I can help you achieve the goals you set for yourself and your relationships."
(702) 983-2692
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"Through counseling, I support teens and adults struggling with anxiety, depression, and relationship struggles to find their voice and live their best life. My goal as your therapist is to create an environment that is comfortable and non-judgmental as a way to guide you to a place where you can embrace your strengths and confront your challenges. Working together to empower you to find, and follow the path of your true self. Through the use of empathetic listening, curiosity, humor, and - most importantly - collaboration, I believe I can help you achieve the goals you set for yourself and your relationships."
Jenny Walton-Wetzel, Associate Clinical Social Worker
Associate Clinical Social Worker, MA, MSW
Verified by Psychology Today
"I believe that therapy is a collaborative, creative process that can help people live more freely and find more fulfilling ways to love, work, and play. My practice style is warm, conversational, and direct. I provide a safe and supportive space for people to explore, experiment, and surprise themselves as they release old patterns and grow into new parts of who they are. I have experience working with people struggling with a range of issues including personal & professional transitions, anxiety, depression, self-doubt & internal conflict, challenging relationships, creative & artistic difficulties, living with chronic illness, and recovering from trauma & loss."
(323) 741-6191
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"I believe that therapy is a collaborative, creative process that can help people live more freely and find more fulfilling ways to love, work, and play. My practice style is warm, conversational, and direct. I provide a safe and supportive space for people to explore, experiment, and surprise themselves as they release old patterns and grow into new parts of who they are. I have experience working with people struggling with a range of issues including personal & professional transitions, anxiety, depression, self-doubt & internal conflict, challenging relationships, creative & artistic difficulties, living with chronic illness, and recovering from trauma & loss."

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