Marriage & Family Therapist Associate, MA, CADC II, E500RYT
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"Are past traumatic experiences, being an adult child of a dysfunctional home, incest survival experiences, addiction issues, or symptoms of anxiety and depression affecting your success? Are issues from your past impacting your ability to feel successful at your place of employment, in your partner relationships, or in relationships with family members? Are you surviving instead of thriving? I provide psychotherapy for couples and individuals who are challenged by emotional unhappiness, PTSD, incest, addiction, and depression."
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"Are past traumatic experiences, being an adult child of a dysfunctional home, incest survival experiences, addiction issues, or symptoms of anxiety and depression affecting your success? Are issues from your past impacting your ability to feel successful at your place of employment, in your partner relationships, or in relationships with family members? Are you surviving instead of thriving? I provide psychotherapy for couples and individuals who are challenged by emotional unhappiness, PTSD, incest, addiction, and depression."
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Manuel Mercado, Marriage & Family Therapist
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT
Verified by Psychology Today
"Personal growth, depression, anxiety, trauma, relationship problems, issues surrounding sexual orientation or gender identification, life transitions or everyday life impediments are my primary focus for treatment. I draw upon your own personal strengths, talents, and desires to identify the options you have to move past the challenges you've identified and create alternative outcomes. Whatever the need, growth is a process that is worked on collaboratively in treatment. When the challenge exists between you and a loved one, treatment highlights the development of clear, honest, and respectful communication so that all parties may gain a greater appreciation and understanding of the person next to them."
(626) 325-0107
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"Personal growth, depression, anxiety, trauma, relationship problems, issues surrounding sexual orientation or gender identification, life transitions or everyday life impediments are my primary focus for treatment. I draw upon your own personal strengths, talents, and desires to identify the options you have to move past the challenges you've identified and create alternative outcomes. Whatever the need, growth is a process that is worked on collaboratively in treatment. When the challenge exists between you and a loved one, treatment highlights the development of clear, honest, and respectful communication so that all parties may gain a greater appreciation and understanding of the person next to them."
Yadira Enriquez, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
Verified by Psychology Today
"Therapy should be accessible, culturally relevant and most importantly, a safe space. My approach is holistic. I am guided by intersectionality (the connections between class, race, sexual orientation, religion, creed, disability, gender) and how that shapes every individuals mental health journey. I work to dismantle outdated and inaccessible concepts of therapy and create services that speak your language and culture. I am bilingual, a daughter of immigrant parents and the first in my family to have had access to college and graduate studies. "
(213) 223-8028
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"Therapy should be accessible, culturally relevant and most importantly, a safe space. My approach is holistic. I am guided by intersectionality (the connections between class, race, sexual orientation, religion, creed, disability, gender) and how that shapes every individuals mental health journey. I work to dismantle outdated and inaccessible concepts of therapy and create services that speak your language and culture. I am bilingual, a daughter of immigrant parents and the first in my family to have had access to college and graduate studies. "
Cynthia Cerrato, Marriage & Family Therapist
Marriage & Family Therapist, MS, LMFT
Verified by Psychology Today
"As a Woman of Color, I'm very passionate and dedicated towards promoting wellness, healing and recovery. Living in our fast paced world, we often find ourselves feeling empty, depleted, irritable and disconnected. We begin to question life, our existence, and our purpose. My approach is holistic and mindfulness based. I have extensive experience working with diverse communities of color. This has allowed me to understand the mind body connection and how our environments contribute to our dysfunction. I am a bilingual, bi-cultural licensed therapist and graduated from Mt. St. Mary's University."
(626) 624-4645
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"As a Woman of Color, I'm very passionate and dedicated towards promoting wellness, healing and recovery. Living in our fast paced world, we often find ourselves feeling empty, depleted, irritable and disconnected. We begin to question life, our existence, and our purpose. My approach is holistic and mindfulness based. I have extensive experience working with diverse communities of color. This has allowed me to understand the mind body connection and how our environments contribute to our dysfunction. I am a bilingual, bi-cultural licensed therapist and graduated from Mt. St. Mary's University."
Marney E Stofflet, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, ACSW
Verified by Psychology Today
"I have been in private practice as a psychotherapist for over 36 years and have had the good fortune of working with individuals, couples and families dealing with a variety of life's challenges. I work with issues of sexuality,life needs, anxiety, adolescent and family problems,depression,abuse, addictions, special needs children and interpersonal relationships.I also do extensive work with people confronting the hard work of grief and loss and with individuals who have lost someone to suicide. My goals as a clinician are to guide individuals toward healing and self-understanding in an atmosphere of trust and self-respect."
(323) 454-2122
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"I have been in private practice as a psychotherapist for over 36 years and have had the good fortune of working with individuals, couples and families dealing with a variety of life's challenges. I work with issues of sexuality,life needs, anxiety, adolescent and family problems,depression,abuse, addictions, special needs children and interpersonal relationships.I also do extensive work with people confronting the hard work of grief and loss and with individuals who have lost someone to suicide. My goals as a clinician are to guide individuals toward healing and self-understanding in an atmosphere of trust and self-respect."
Caley O'Dwyer, Marriage & Family Therapist
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, MFT
Verified by Psychology Today
"I help people draw upon their hopes, talents, skills, desires, and values to lessen the influence of problems and to create new life possibilities. Through rich curiosity and a set of change-oriented practices derived primarily from Narrative and Solution-Focused therapies, I assist people in renegotiating their relationships with problems and getting more of what they want out of their lives."
(323) 527-0629
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"I help people draw upon their hopes, talents, skills, desires, and values to lessen the influence of problems and to create new life possibilities. Through rich curiosity and a set of change-oriented practices derived primarily from Narrative and Solution-Focused therapies, I assist people in renegotiating their relationships with problems and getting more of what they want out of their lives."
Mia Raymond, Marriage & Family Therapist
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT, CEDS, -S
Verified by Psychology Today
Office is near:
Los Angeles, California 90031
"It's tough to be human. I use a trauma-informed approach, working primarily from a place of wanting to understand your perspective. I believe in supporting you with reframing thoughts and narratives that may no longer serve you. I work relationally, supporting you identify themes in your life that may hinder you from having the most meaningful life possible. I believe in supporting you create an experience that is purposeful; the pace of therapy can move as slowly or quickly as you deem comfortable."
(323) 703-5643
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Los Angeles, California 90031
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"It's tough to be human. I use a trauma-informed approach, working primarily from a place of wanting to understand your perspective. I believe in supporting you with reframing thoughts and narratives that may no longer serve you. I work relationally, supporting you identify themes in your life that may hinder you from having the most meaningful life possible. I believe in supporting you create an experience that is purposeful; the pace of therapy can move as slowly or quickly as you deem comfortable."
Audrey Ham, Psychologist
Psychologist, PhD
Verified by Psychology Today
"Compassionate Practice with an Open Mind is my motto. Everyone has the power to alter upsetting or confusing feelings, thoughts and behaviors through personal exploration and insight. My aim is to address the specific issues that have led you to therapy at this time of your life. I use therapeutic approaches that are compatible with your unique personality, problems and learning style. Clients describe my approach as caring and compassionate but at the same time straight forward. I am committed to accompanying you on your personal journey towards better mental health."
(626) 385-7953
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"Compassionate Practice with an Open Mind is my motto. Everyone has the power to alter upsetting or confusing feelings, thoughts and behaviors through personal exploration and insight. My aim is to address the specific issues that have led you to therapy at this time of your life. I use therapeutic approaches that are compatible with your unique personality, problems and learning style. Clients describe my approach as caring and compassionate but at the same time straight forward. I am committed to accompanying you on your personal journey towards better mental health."
Jeanne Klein Clevenger, Psychologist
Psychologist, PsyD
Verified by Psychology Today
"Who am I, now that I am a mother? Why do I feel so disconnected from my spouse since having a child? Why doesn't parenting come more naturally? Am I a good enough mom? Entering the realm of motherhood is one of the most amazingly wonderful, beautiful, messy, confusing, and challenging times in a woman's life. Depression and anxiety during pregnancy, following childbirth, and throughout the motherhood journey, is common. Both your physical AND emotional health are important for you and your child to thrive. If you are a mom or mom-to-be, consider seeking support today."
(213) 263-5917
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"Who am I, now that I am a mother? Why do I feel so disconnected from my spouse since having a child? Why doesn't parenting come more naturally? Am I a good enough mom? Entering the realm of motherhood is one of the most amazingly wonderful, beautiful, messy, confusing, and challenging times in a woman's life. Depression and anxiety during pregnancy, following childbirth, and throughout the motherhood journey, is common. Both your physical AND emotional health are important for you and your child to thrive. If you are a mom or mom-to-be, consider seeking support today."
Wesley Stahler, Marriage & Family Therapist
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT, RDT, ECMH
Verified by Psychology Today
"Wishing like parenting came with directions. Realizing you are not the parent, and or partner you thought. Negative behaviors bringing you down. Wondering if your child's ok? Challenges with siblings, bedtimes, strong emotions, school, fill in the blank... Parenting can be the most stressful time, when it is touted as the most joyful. It is a fast track to getting your PhD in personal growth & development. I have been there. And, I can help. We can talk about those dirty, little secrets. Together, concretely creating a plan with long, lasting results. Bringing ease and strength, breaking unhealthy patterns."
(323) 992-4031
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"Wishing like parenting came with directions. Realizing you are not the parent, and or partner you thought. Negative behaviors bringing you down. Wondering if your child's ok? Challenges with siblings, bedtimes, strong emotions, school, fill in the blank... Parenting can be the most stressful time, when it is touted as the most joyful. It is a fast track to getting your PhD in personal growth & development. I have been there. And, I can help. We can talk about those dirty, little secrets. Together, concretely creating a plan with long, lasting results. Bringing ease and strength, breaking unhealthy patterns."
Charles Pilavian, Psychologist
Psychologist, PsyD
Verified by Psychology Today
"It takes courage to understand the need for healing. My mission in psychotherapy is to help you learn how to help yourself. It should be emphasized that psychotherapy is far from "one size fit all." Therefore, the art of change in psychotherapy is achieved through a thorough psychological assessment in order to apply the precise remedies to your specific challenges. As a result, healing is often achieved by re-conceptualizing your past and presence, but most importantly is to improve your outlook on the future. I have been practicing as a psychologist for 26 years, on three continents."
(818) 696-2704
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"It takes courage to understand the need for healing. My mission in psychotherapy is to help you learn how to help yourself. It should be emphasized that psychotherapy is far from "one size fit all." Therefore, the art of change in psychotherapy is achieved through a thorough psychological assessment in order to apply the precise remedies to your specific challenges. As a result, healing is often achieved by re-conceptualizing your past and presence, but most importantly is to improve your outlook on the future. I have been practicing as a psychologist for 26 years, on three continents."
Biljana Bujko, Psychologist
Psychologist, PhD
Verified by Psychology Today
"Finding the right therapist from a website is difficult, which is why I offer phone or in-person consultations. It takes courage to address challenges such as relationships, personal problems, or general unhappiness. Your success in treatment will depend on your readiness to open up and my ability to be authentic and to create a safe space for you. Together we will work on identifying, experiencing and expanding your capacity to tolerate all ranges of feelings. You will become more conscious of your limiting patterns while developing healthy ones as your sense of a genuine and stronger self emerges."
(818) 960-6244
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"Finding the right therapist from a website is difficult, which is why I offer phone or in-person consultations. It takes courage to address challenges such as relationships, personal problems, or general unhappiness. Your success in treatment will depend on your readiness to open up and my ability to be authentic and to create a safe space for you. Together we will work on identifying, experiencing and expanding your capacity to tolerate all ranges of feelings. You will become more conscious of your limiting patterns while developing healthy ones as your sense of a genuine and stronger self emerges."
Holly A Evans, Marriage & Family Therapist
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, MSG
Verified by Psychology Today
"When you've been through a horrible experience, it can be difficult to simply "let it go" or make sense of what's happened to you. Maybe the connection between your life experiences and how you're feeling is clear. Or you may have no idea why you become anxious in certain situations, why certain people set you on edge, or what sends your body into distress. I specialize in treating trauma, and helping women find relief from the pain of past experiences and relationships. My goal is to help you free yourself from the hold that past experiences have on you, so that you can enjoy your life and your relationships more fully."
(626) 465-3169
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"When you've been through a horrible experience, it can be difficult to simply "let it go" or make sense of what's happened to you. Maybe the connection between your life experiences and how you're feeling is clear. Or you may have no idea why you become anxious in certain situations, why certain people set you on edge, or what sends your body into distress. I specialize in treating trauma, and helping women find relief from the pain of past experiences and relationships. My goal is to help you free yourself from the hold that past experiences have on you, so that you can enjoy your life and your relationships more fully."
Sachiko Taki Reece, Marriage & Family Therapist
Marriage & Family Therapist, Ed.D, MFT
Verified by Psychology Today
"As a Jungian analyst, I have a special tool I will share with you to work through life’s glitches, helping you to hone your communication skills and deepen self-understanding while nurturing trust and respect for yourself and others. We can work with your dreams to help improve self-awareness. We look at dreams as though they are a gift sent to us to access our own depth, our psyche. Together, we will explore and appreciate this gift carefully and sense its flavor and try to decipher and enjoy it. If you don't remember your dreams we can also use Jungian Sandplay Therapy. This powerful method, does not need any preparation."
(323) 457-2857
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"As a Jungian analyst, I have a special tool I will share with you to work through life’s glitches, helping you to hone your communication skills and deepen self-understanding while nurturing trust and respect for yourself and others. We can work with your dreams to help improve self-awareness. We look at dreams as though they are a gift sent to us to access our own depth, our psyche. Together, we will explore and appreciate this gift carefully and sense its flavor and try to decipher and enjoy it. If you don't remember your dreams we can also use Jungian Sandplay Therapy. This powerful method, does not need any preparation."
Susan Hollywood Papalia, Marriage & Family Therapist
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT
"I know how to help you. I've been working with men and women for over 30 years and have discovered that it can be difficult to find a successful relationship and keep it. It takes a certain amount of knowledge and skill to find a good partner. I have a system that will quickly point you in the right direction. If you're tired of looking, give me a call and I'd like to help you."
(626) 709-6978
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"I know how to help you. I've been working with men and women for over 30 years and have discovered that it can be difficult to find a successful relationship and keep it. It takes a certain amount of knowledge and skill to find a good partner. I have a system that will quickly point you in the right direction. If you're tired of looking, give me a call and I'd like to help you."
Lynn Steinberg, Marriage & Family Therapist
Marriage & Family Therapist, PhD
Verified by Psychology Today
"Dr. Steinberg has worked institutional settings with adults and adolescents. She has been in Private Practice since 1984. During that time, she has specialized in working with all kinds of abuse issues and become an expert in the treatment of sexual abuse. She has worked with individuals, couples, and families. Throughout this time, she worked with depression and anxiety, PTSD, and personality disorders. She is interested in providing motivational coaching for those trying to find their preferred career."
(323) 621-3175
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"Dr. Steinberg has worked institutional settings with adults and adolescents. She has been in Private Practice since 1984. During that time, she has specialized in working with all kinds of abuse issues and become an expert in the treatment of sexual abuse. She has worked with individuals, couples, and families. Throughout this time, she worked with depression and anxiety, PTSD, and personality disorders. She is interested in providing motivational coaching for those trying to find their preferred career."
Rachel Ward, Marriage & Family Therapist
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT, ATR
Verified by Psychology Today
"We all want to be understood and feel like we are making progress towards our life goals. My approach is comforting, humorous, humble, creative and lovingly direct. Everyone needs connection and in my experience the benefits of connecting and being seen by someone in therapy are many. Are you interested in working on an issue related to a relationship, major life change, depression and/or anxiety? Visit my website www.rachelwardlmft.com or call at 626-327-3456 for a free 25 minute consultation to see if we are a good fit. Making sure we connect is very important."
(626) 264-8724 x626327
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"We all want to be understood and feel like we are making progress towards our life goals. My approach is comforting, humorous, humble, creative and lovingly direct. Everyone needs connection and in my experience the benefits of connecting and being seen by someone in therapy are many. Are you interested in working on an issue related to a relationship, major life change, depression and/or anxiety? Visit my website www.rachelwardlmft.com or call at 626-327-3456 for a free 25 minute consultation to see if we are a good fit. Making sure we connect is very important."
Mary Aroyan, Marriage & Family Therapist
Marriage & Family Therapist, M.S., LMFT
Verified by Psychology Today
"CHANGE! Does something need to change? Are you overwhelmed, sad, anxious, or unsure of what's going on? There's hope! You're already on the right track; hardest step is to admit you need help. All individuals are capable of change and therapy can bring new insight to the changes that you want to see within yourself, relationships and other sectors of your life. I am here to provide you with tools and coping skills to accomplish that change in a safe and relaxing environment set at a comfortable pace to ease the process that can often be difficult."
(323) 746-1189
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"CHANGE! Does something need to change? Are you overwhelmed, sad, anxious, or unsure of what's going on? There's hope! You're already on the right track; hardest step is to admit you need help. All individuals are capable of change and therapy can bring new insight to the changes that you want to see within yourself, relationships and other sectors of your life. I am here to provide you with tools and coping skills to accomplish that change in a safe and relaxing environment set at a comfortable pace to ease the process that can often be difficult."
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."
Pak N. Poon, Marriage & Family Therapist
Marriage & Family Therapist, M.S., LMFT
Verified by Psychology Today
"Finding solutions to problems in life is a difficult task. It can be frustrating and time-consuming. My focus as a therapist is to provide a safe and supportive space for couples and individuals to resolve issues that are hindering growth. My goal is to help my clients develop meaningful insight that will contribute to better self-awareness and personal growth. I am a true believer in relationships. Healthy relationships will lead to emotional strength. My hope for my clients is to develop healthier relationships through the process of therapy."
(626) 414-5204
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"Finding solutions to problems in life is a difficult task. It can be frustrating and time-consuming. My focus as a therapist is to provide a safe and supportive space for couples and individuals to resolve issues that are hindering growth. My goal is to help my clients develop meaningful insight that will contribute to better self-awareness and personal growth. I am a true believer in relationships. Healthy relationships will lead to emotional strength. My hope for my clients is to develop healthier relationships through the process of therapy."

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Alcoholism, or alcohol dependence, is the most severe form of alcohol abuse. It is a chronic disease characterized by the consumption of alcohol at a level that interferes with physical and mental health and with family and social responsibilities. An alcoholic will continue to drink despite serious health, family, or legal problems.

If you're looking for help with alcohol abuse in 90031 or for an 90031 alcohol abuse therapist, these professionals provide confidential support for alcohol abuse or for individuals and couples in a relationship where alcohol is a disruptive factor. They include 90031 alcohol abuse therapists, alcohol abuse psychologists and 90031 alcohol abuse counselors. They can help with alcoholics in 90031, drug alcohol abuse, teenage alcohol abuse, substance and alcohol abuse and treatments for alcohol abuse in 90031. therapists can identify the signs and causes of alcohol abuse, discuss intervention and refer victims to alcohol abuse treatment centers. A therapist may also discuss 12 step programs in 90031 or joining AA ( 90031 Alcoholics Anonymous).

Alcohol abuse causes problems for the family and loved ones of alcoholics--they may also need help and support, which these 90031 therapists can provide.

How can I tell if a therapist is right for me?
Therapists in Los Angeles 90031 are able to work with a wide range of issues.

For example, if you're seeking a marriage counselor in 90031 you'll find that most therapists are trained in marriage counseling or couples counseling in 90031 and couples therapy. And they welcome families for family counseling in 90031 or family therapy in Los Angeles 90031.