Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, SEP
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"Rachel Melvald is a practicing Psychotherapist with over 15 years of experience working with infants, children, adults, couples and families. In her training at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor outpatient and inpatient settings, Rachel developed her practice in a family systems-psychodynamic framework. During her 13 years of work with the Department of Mental Health, Rachel has become familiar with the organizational system's impact on the mental health of the client. Her further training in Infant Mental Health and Attachment models further influenced her therapy practice to treat the client in the developmental trajectory."
Alcohol Abuse
Anger Management
Relational
Adults
Somatic
(424) 570-1190
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Alcohol Abuse
Anger Management
Relational
Adults
Somatic
"Rachel Melvald is a practicing Psychotherapist with over 15 years of experience working with infants, children, adults, couples and families. In her training at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor outpatient and inpatient settings, Rachel developed her practice in a family systems-psychodynamic framework. During her 13 years of work with the Department of Mental Health, Rachel has become familiar with the organizational system's impact on the mental health of the client. Her further training in Infant Mental Health and Attachment models further influenced her therapy practice to treat the client in the developmental trajectory."
Emily Hamilton, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
Verified by Psychology Today
"Sometimes life can be challenging and you need a safe, inviting place to get support, feel heard, and to start to move forward in your life. My therapy style is warm, curious, and honest. I like to balance compassion with a "don't beat around the bush" attitude. I specialize in treating eating disorders, substance abuse, anxiety, depression, identity formation, and relational issues. I use a combination of different therapeutic approaches which depends on what the client needs and can change throughout the therapeutic process."
Alcohol Abuse
Anger Management
Relational
Adults
Somatic
(424) 301-8583
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Alcohol Abuse
Anger Management
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Adults
Somatic
"Sometimes life can be challenging and you need a safe, inviting place to get support, feel heard, and to start to move forward in your life. My therapy style is warm, curious, and honest. I like to balance compassion with a "don't beat around the bush" attitude. I specialize in treating eating disorders, substance abuse, anxiety, depression, identity formation, and relational issues. I use a combination of different therapeutic approaches which depends on what the client needs and can change throughout the therapeutic process."
Dr. Susan Shapiro, Psychologist
Psychologist, PhD, MS, MS, RDN, FAND
Verified by Psychology Today
Office is near:
Los Angeles, California 90048
"Do you struggle with sadness, depression, relationships, stress, an unusual relationship with food, or other substances, or.....? For some calling a psychologist is easy. For others it can be challenging. Dr. Shapiro is kind, compassionate, and listens closely to what you are saying. The therapy provided is dynamic, interactive, and individualized. Dr. Shapiro will use the correct therapeutic interventions that are best to help resolve your difficulties, develop new understanding of you and your issues, as well as identify your strengths. Humor is included! If Dr. Shapiro's approach sounds like a good match for what you need, then call to schedule an initial consultation."
Alcohol Abuse
Anger Management
Relational
Adults
Somatic
(310) 905-8953
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Office is near:
Los Angeles, California 90048
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Alcohol Abuse
Anger Management
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Adults
Somatic
"Do you struggle with sadness, depression, relationships, stress, an unusual relationship with food, or other substances, or.....? For some calling a psychologist is easy. For others it can be challenging. Dr. Shapiro is kind, compassionate, and listens closely to what you are saying. The therapy provided is dynamic, interactive, and individualized. Dr. Shapiro will use the correct therapeutic interventions that are best to help resolve your difficulties, develop new understanding of you and your issues, as well as identify your strengths. Humor is included! If Dr. Shapiro's approach sounds like a good match for what you need, then call to schedule an initial consultation."
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Psychologist, PsyD
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"As a licensed psychologist, my clinical experience is with individuals, children, adolescents, and families dealing with stressful and agonizing life events. In addition, my professional expertise also includes providing psychological testing and evaluations, psycho-educational assessments, and immigration evaluations."
(424) 294-8902
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"As a licensed psychologist, my clinical experience is with individuals, children, adolescents, and families dealing with stressful and agonizing life events. In addition, my professional expertise also includes providing psychological testing and evaluations, psycho-educational assessments, and immigration evaluations."
Sarah Craft, Marriage & Family Therapist
Marriage & Family Therapist, M.A., LMFT
Verified by Psychology Today
"I am a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist. My training is focused in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy while also using Psychodynamic approaches when needed. I have many years of experience working with adults & couples who are struggling with various forms of anxiety disorders; as well as assisting those who need help with depression, addiction & relationship issues. I believe that taking small steps each day to improve your thoughts & behaviors are important tools in changing your life. As we work together as a team, we collaborate to attain these small goals that will ultimately help you build & achieve a more successful future."
(323) 746-4908
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"I am a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist. My training is focused in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy while also using Psychodynamic approaches when needed. I have many years of experience working with adults & couples who are struggling with various forms of anxiety disorders; as well as assisting those who need help with depression, addiction & relationship issues. I believe that taking small steps each day to improve your thoughts & behaviors are important tools in changing your life. As we work together as a team, we collaborate to attain these small goals that will ultimately help you build & achieve a more successful future."
The April Center for Anxiety Attack Management, Psychologist
Psychologist, PhD
Verified by Psychology Today
"We are committed to helping you remove the destructive barriers of anxiety, so that you may lead a calmer, healthier, happier life. Our services treat anxiety-related symptoms, such as: Panic Attacks, Fear of "going crazy" "dying" or "losing control", Fear of being trapped in places you can't quickly escape, Fear of embarrassment, Extreme Shyness/Social Anxiety, Specific phobias, such as driving anxiety, fear of vomiting (emetophobia), agoraphobia, fear of flying OCD, Unwanted and repetitive thoughts, Excessive Worry/Generalized Anxiety, Post-Traumatic Stress, Relationship anxiety, Dating anxiety, Life change anxiety, and Life Stress (family, work, etc.)"
(424) 570-1254
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"We are committed to helping you remove the destructive barriers of anxiety, so that you may lead a calmer, healthier, happier life. Our services treat anxiety-related symptoms, such as: Panic Attacks, Fear of "going crazy" "dying" or "losing control", Fear of being trapped in places you can't quickly escape, Fear of embarrassment, Extreme Shyness/Social Anxiety, Specific phobias, such as driving anxiety, fear of vomiting (emetophobia), agoraphobia, fear of flying OCD, Unwanted and repetitive thoughts, Excessive Worry/Generalized Anxiety, Post-Traumatic Stress, Relationship anxiety, Dating anxiety, Life change anxiety, and Life Stress (family, work, etc.)"
Jordan Wolan,
CHT, NLP, CRM
"Are overwhelm and anxiety causing you to feel stuck and stressed out? It's possible to let go of the mental clutter so that you can free your mind and release stress from the body. Hypnosis works on a subconscious level to help us make changes, and function better. A blend of traditional talk therapy, with guided imagery, you will leave each session feeling relaxed and lighter. Whether you are looking for relief from emotional or physical pain, or just want to make a change, hypnotherapy can be used alone or along with psychotherapy and other holistic modalities."
(714) 804-0609
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"Are overwhelm and anxiety causing you to feel stuck and stressed out? It's possible to let go of the mental clutter so that you can free your mind and release stress from the body. Hypnosis works on a subconscious level to help us make changes, and function better. A blend of traditional talk therapy, with guided imagery, you will leave each session feeling relaxed and lighter. Whether you are looking for relief from emotional or physical pain, or just want to make a change, hypnotherapy can be used alone or along with psychotherapy and other holistic modalities."
Nikki Demeter, Marriage & Family Therapist
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
Verified by Psychology Today
""When we are no longer able to change a situation, we are challenged to change ourselves." - Victor Frankl. To me, to be human is to experience loneliness, fear, doubt, death, loss, and other emotions. When you are "stuck" in your feelings, experiencing hopelessness, helplessness, sadness, or feeling overwhelmed, talking with others opens new opportunities and allows for a different perspective. I am here because I am passionate about this process. I aim to provide a safe, non-judgmental atmosphere to do this work. I hope to work, think, and feel with you as we explore these challenges together. "
(747) 322-4277
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""When we are no longer able to change a situation, we are challenged to change ourselves." - Victor Frankl. To me, to be human is to experience loneliness, fear, doubt, death, loss, and other emotions. When you are "stuck" in your feelings, experiencing hopelessness, helplessness, sadness, or feeling overwhelmed, talking with others opens new opportunities and allows for a different perspective. I am here because I am passionate about this process. I aim to provide a safe, non-judgmental atmosphere to do this work. I hope to work, think, and feel with you as we explore these challenges together. "
Seth Menachem, Marriage & Family Therapist
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
Verified by Psychology Today
"My goals as a therapist are to help you understand your history, recognize patterns in your life, resolve your inner conflicts, and find your "truth." I am a psychodynamically oriented therapist, with an array of clients, many of whom come into my office because of transitional life issues, as well as anxiety, depression, and substance use disorders. I spent my years as a trainee at Beit T'Shuvah, an inpatient addiction facility, working with a variety of clients--some coming from a life of privilege; others who are formerly incarcerated residents on alternative sentencing."
(323) 498-1227
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"My goals as a therapist are to help you understand your history, recognize patterns in your life, resolve your inner conflicts, and find your "truth." I am a psychodynamically oriented therapist, with an array of clients, many of whom come into my office because of transitional life issues, as well as anxiety, depression, and substance use disorders. I spent my years as a trainee at Beit T'Shuvah, an inpatient addiction facility, working with a variety of clients--some coming from a life of privilege; others who are formerly incarcerated residents on alternative sentencing."
Brandi Camille Bakewell, Marriage & Family Therapist
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT, MSEd, PPS
Verified by Psychology Today
"My focus is helping each of my clients to achieve their best life and show up authentically. People usually turn to therapy because there is something "not working" in his or her life. I define my job as helping each individual figure out what is blocking him or her from achieving their potential. Kindness and empathy define my work as a therapist. I won't tell you what to do but instead will work to help you figure out what it is you want to do. Please call me If you'd like to get started!"
(323) 446-2346
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"My focus is helping each of my clients to achieve their best life and show up authentically. People usually turn to therapy because there is something "not working" in his or her life. I define my job as helping each individual figure out what is blocking him or her from achieving their potential. Kindness and empathy define my work as a therapist. I won't tell you what to do but instead will work to help you figure out what it is you want to do. Please call me If you'd like to get started!"
Jennifer Isabel Bieler, Marriage & Family Therapist
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT
Verified by Psychology Today
"Looking for a therapist can be a tough and tedious task. Take your time to find a good fit. I believe having a solid, positive rapport between therapist-client is the most important and critical part of therapy. I help support my clients in building trusting relationships with themselves and loved ones; Live authentically and be who they are. I believe we all have our struggles in life. We all, at one point in our lives, come up against grief, trauma(s), or distressful events, leaving us feeling stuck, alone or overwhelmed. Therapy is a perfect and sometimes necessary resource for anyone to work through those struggles."
(925) 452-4882
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"Looking for a therapist can be a tough and tedious task. Take your time to find a good fit. I believe having a solid, positive rapport between therapist-client is the most important and critical part of therapy. I help support my clients in building trusting relationships with themselves and loved ones; Live authentically and be who they are. I believe we all have our struggles in life. We all, at one point in our lives, come up against grief, trauma(s), or distressful events, leaving us feeling stuck, alone or overwhelmed. Therapy is a perfect and sometimes necessary resource for anyone to work through those struggles."
Constance Hammen, Psychologist
Psychologist, PhD
Verified by Psychology Today
"I like to work with people who are fundamentally effective but who are struggling with an obstacle that impairs their well-being and focus. Emotional disorders like depression and anxiety, and relationship or work challenges are typical examples of such obstacles. The therapy I do works best with those who are willing to be active in their own therapy, and want tools that they can use outside the therapy hour. Therapy is a collaborative partnership."
(323) 362-6902
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"I like to work with people who are fundamentally effective but who are struggling with an obstacle that impairs their well-being and focus. Emotional disorders like depression and anxiety, and relationship or work challenges are typical examples of such obstacles. The therapy I do works best with those who are willing to be active in their own therapy, and want tools that they can use outside the therapy hour. Therapy is a collaborative partnership."
Monica Manibusan, Marriage & Family Therapist Associate
Marriage & Family Therapist Associate, MA, AMFT
Verified by Psychology Today
"Life can be challenging. If you're feeling stressed and overwhelmed, therapy can help. I believe that each person holds the key to their own happiness and it is my job to help them find it."
(323) 616-2354
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"Life can be challenging. If you're feeling stressed and overwhelmed, therapy can help. I believe that each person holds the key to their own happiness and it is my job to help them find it."
Shemena Johnson, Marriage & Family Therapist
Marriage & Family Therapist, PsyD, LMFT
Verified by Psychology Today
"Suffering through hardships with the support of others is far better than suffering alone. Once we begin to understand the causes of our problems, discomforts and deprivations, then relief can happen. Psychotherapy is helpful in discovering the challenges and conflicts responsible for one's difficulties, often bringing about a new perspective that can help an individual view themselves through a lens of compassion and empathy. I believe change is facilitated when a person feels understood in their own pain."
(323) 391-1404
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"Suffering through hardships with the support of others is far better than suffering alone. Once we begin to understand the causes of our problems, discomforts and deprivations, then relief can happen. Psychotherapy is helpful in discovering the challenges and conflicts responsible for one's difficulties, often bringing about a new perspective that can help an individual view themselves through a lens of compassion and empathy. I believe change is facilitated when a person feels understood in their own pain."
Peter Schou, Psychologist
Psychologist, PhD
Verified by Psychology Today
"Psychotherapy is a pathway to understanding, insight and change. In my work, I focus on helping my patients to develop a greater ability to reflect on oneself, that is, "connect the dots", and a greater ability to feel and to act in the world. I believe that an understanding of a persons's relationships with others, both historically and currently, is central to the process of change. I strive to develop this understanding collaboratively in an atmosphere of openness,safety, honesty and curiosity."
(323) 934-9628
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"Psychotherapy is a pathway to understanding, insight and change. In my work, I focus on helping my patients to develop a greater ability to reflect on oneself, that is, "connect the dots", and a greater ability to feel and to act in the world. I believe that an understanding of a persons's relationships with others, both historically and currently, is central to the process of change. I strive to develop this understanding collaboratively in an atmosphere of openness,safety, honesty and curiosity."
Natalie David, Marriage & Family Therapist
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT
Verified by Psychology Today
"I am incredibly passionate about psychotherapy, and not only that, I believe in it with all my heart. I value the individuality of each and every one of my clients, and I believe the relationship we form is the basis for real change and growth. I am committed to understanding my clients very deeply, and in helping them understand themselves. In addition to gaining insight and awareness, I encourage clients to utilize skills and implement change to help them live life to their fullest. I give 100% of my effort, attention, and focus on my clients to provide the best care needed."
(310) 929-6240
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"I am incredibly passionate about psychotherapy, and not only that, I believe in it with all my heart. I value the individuality of each and every one of my clients, and I believe the relationship we form is the basis for real change and growth. I am committed to understanding my clients very deeply, and in helping them understand themselves. In addition to gaining insight and awareness, I encourage clients to utilize skills and implement change to help them live life to their fullest. I give 100% of my effort, attention, and focus on my clients to provide the best care needed."
Grant Courtney, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
Verified by Psychology Today
"The process of finding that right fit of a therapeutic relationship in which you feel comfortable can be overwhelming. Whether you have a specific issue, or you are experiencing discontentment and are unsure about what needs to change, the experience of psychotherapy can be rich and valuable - something most could benefit from at some point in their lives. I create a welcoming and accepting environment in which you are able to identify what needs to change and work toward solutions using practical strategies to provide coping, understanding of your thought processes and support for whatever you are going through."
(424) 332-5857
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"The process of finding that right fit of a therapeutic relationship in which you feel comfortable can be overwhelming. Whether you have a specific issue, or you are experiencing discontentment and are unsure about what needs to change, the experience of psychotherapy can be rich and valuable - something most could benefit from at some point in their lives. I create a welcoming and accepting environment in which you are able to identify what needs to change and work toward solutions using practical strategies to provide coping, understanding of your thought processes and support for whatever you are going through."
Maxine M. Hughes, Marriage & Family Therapist
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT, CST-C
Verified by Psychology Today
"Is it difficult to trust others or your partner? Do you find yourself avoiding people or lacking energy to do the things you enjoy? Would you like a better relationship with yourself and others? I am a LGBTQ affirmative therapist, my goal is to provide a sex positive environment for you to be authentically who you are, without judgment. I provide support during the hard times, ask tough questions when necessary and work with you to find practical solutions to your challenges. I aim to forge a deep and trusting relationship, so that you feel comfortable discussing your most protected thoughts and feelings. "
(951) 692-4360
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"Is it difficult to trust others or your partner? Do you find yourself avoiding people or lacking energy to do the things you enjoy? Would you like a better relationship with yourself and others? I am a LGBTQ affirmative therapist, my goal is to provide a sex positive environment for you to be authentically who you are, without judgment. I provide support during the hard times, ask tough questions when necessary and work with you to find practical solutions to your challenges. I aim to forge a deep and trusting relationship, so that you feel comfortable discussing your most protected thoughts and feelings. "
Bryan Ritchey, Psychologist
Psychologist, Psy.D.
Verified by Psychology Today
"I enjoy working with adults and couples who are struggling with issues related to identity development, self-esteem and self-confidence, communication, mood disorders, anxiety problems, health concerns, sexual orientation, and parenting skills. I also enjoy working with professionals who are motivated to improve their performance and to move higher up in their careers. I have an extensive background working with college aged individuals, early to late career professionals, and couples. Therapeutically, I work primarily from a cognitive-behavioral therapy framework while also incorporating elements of acceptance and commitment therapy, interpersonal psychotherapy, and mindfulness skills into my sessions."
(323) 205-5450
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"I enjoy working with adults and couples who are struggling with issues related to identity development, self-esteem and self-confidence, communication, mood disorders, anxiety problems, health concerns, sexual orientation, and parenting skills. I also enjoy working with professionals who are motivated to improve their performance and to move higher up in their careers. I have an extensive background working with college aged individuals, early to late career professionals, and couples. Therapeutically, I work primarily from a cognitive-behavioral therapy framework while also incorporating elements of acceptance and commitment therapy, interpersonal psychotherapy, and mindfulness skills into my sessions."
David C. Hayes, Marriage & Family Therapist
Marriage & Family Therapist, MFT, LPCC
Verified by Psychology Today
"Therapy can be a rich and powerful experience of growth and change. Through an exploration of patterns of thoughts and behaviors, we can uncover a more authentic self; one free from the stuck feelings of repetitive, discouraging patterns, and one grounded in a more comfortable sense of being."
(424) 327-9073
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"Therapy can be a rich and powerful experience of growth and change. Through an exploration of patterns of thoughts and behaviors, we can uncover a more authentic self; one free from the stuck feelings of repetitive, discouraging patterns, and one grounded in a more comfortable sense of being."

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Alcohol Abuse Therapists
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 90048 or for an 90048 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 90048 alcohol abuse therapists, alcohol abuse psychologists and 90048 alcohol abuse counselors. They can help with alcoholics in 90048, drug alcohol abuse, teenage alcohol abuse, substance and alcohol abuse and treatments for alcohol abuse in 90048. 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 90048 or joining AA ( 90048 Alcoholics Anonymous).

Alcohol abuse causes problems for the family and loved ones of alcoholics--they may also need help and support, which these 90048 therapists can provide.

How can I tell if a therapist is right for me?
Therapists in 90048 are able to work with a wide range of issues.

For example, if you're seeking a marriage counselor in 90048 you'll find that most therapists are trained in marriage counseling or couples counseling in 90048 and couples therapy. And they welcome families for family counseling in 90048 or family therapy in 90048.