Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
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"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
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(424) 301-8583
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Alcohol Abuse
Anger Management
Relational
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
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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
Somatic
(310) 905-8953
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Los Angeles, California 90048
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Alcohol Abuse
Anger Management
Relational
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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Randi Gottlieb, Marriage & Family Therapist
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT
Verified by Psychology Today
"Are you seeking help for a child or teen who is struggling emotionally, displaying challenging behaviors, experiencing difficulties in school or in personal relationships? I have over 30 years experience treating children exposed to trauma, whether from family conflict, divorce, exposure to violence, bullying, alienation, accidental injury, or abuse. When children experience trauma, they can become detached from their bodies, numbed to emotion, and stuck in repetitive trauma memories. The work (and play) of therapy is to assist them in reconnecting to those parts of their Self that have "shut down" so that the process of healing can begin."
(424) 206-5465
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"Are you seeking help for a child or teen who is struggling emotionally, displaying challenging behaviors, experiencing difficulties in school or in personal relationships? I have over 30 years experience treating children exposed to trauma, whether from family conflict, divorce, exposure to violence, bullying, alienation, accidental injury, or abuse. When children experience trauma, they can become detached from their bodies, numbed to emotion, and stuck in repetitive trauma memories. The work (and play) of therapy is to assist them in reconnecting to those parts of their Self that have "shut down" so that the process of healing can begin."
Patricia Stephens, Marriage & Family Therapist
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
Verified by Psychology Today
"EVENING APPOINTMENTS AVAILABLE NOW!! Life is challenging and it never stays the same! Sometimes we find ourselves in a tough place where we need help to find our way through the changes. I believe that the work of therapy is about finding the courage to change the things you can change, finding the peace and serenity to live with what you can't and most importantly, figuring out which is which."
(818) 293-1626
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"EVENING APPOINTMENTS AVAILABLE NOW!! Life is challenging and it never stays the same! Sometimes we find ourselves in a tough place where we need help to find our way through the changes. I believe that the work of therapy is about finding the courage to change the things you can change, finding the peace and serenity to live with what you can't and most importantly, figuring out which is which."
John Buse, Marriage & Family Therapist
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, MFT
Verified by Psychology Today
"Sometimes we need a little help to reclaim or find our inner strength. I believe we all possess the wisdom to succeed somewhere within our psyche. My goal in therapy is to help clients overcome the obstacles that hinder them on their path. I tend to look for the strengths in individuals and my objective is to embrace each client without judgment in order to create a safe environment. I also believe it is important for one to feel heard and validated for their experience in order to move beyond their blocks."
(323) 601-5604
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"Sometimes we need a little help to reclaim or find our inner strength. I believe we all possess the wisdom to succeed somewhere within our psyche. My goal in therapy is to help clients overcome the obstacles that hinder them on their path. I tend to look for the strengths in individuals and my objective is to embrace each client without judgment in order to create a safe environment. I also believe it is important for one to feel heard and validated for their experience in order to move beyond their blocks."
Bruce A. Levine Ph.D., Psychologist
Psychologist, PhD, ABPP
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"Within 5 miles of Beverly Hills there are hundreds of "therapists", but ONLY 12 BOARD-CERTIFIED CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGISTS AND DR LEVINE IS ONE OF THEM! You would demand a board-certified surgeon - see why you should also demand the same from your psychologist at: http://www.ABPP.org. Dr Levine is currently a psychologist at the UCLA School of Medicine and before moving to LA, he served as Chief Psychologist at a large hospital in NY. He completed a Post-Doctoral Fellowship at Temple University Medical School in Philadelphia and also served as a Psychologist for the hit TV series "Hoarders" on A&E."
(323) 250-2256
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"Within 5 miles of Beverly Hills there are hundreds of "therapists", but ONLY 12 BOARD-CERTIFIED CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGISTS AND DR LEVINE IS ONE OF THEM! You would demand a board-certified surgeon - see why you should also demand the same from your psychologist at: http://www.ABPP.org. Dr Levine is currently a psychologist at the UCLA School of Medicine and before moving to LA, he served as Chief Psychologist at a large hospital in NY. He completed a Post-Doctoral Fellowship at Temple University Medical School in Philadelphia and also served as a Psychologist for the hit TV series "Hoarders" on A&E."
Karly Gilbert, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
Verified by Psychology Today
"I specialize in helping individuals and couples feel more grounded and successful in their relationships and lives. I believe relationship issues as well as common symptoms like depression and anxiety often stem from habitual patterns of relating that may have historical importance, but may no longer be useful to us. As new issues arise in our lives these habitual patterns and our own vulnerabilities may impact our ability to feel competent and fulfilled."
(323) 489-6365
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"I specialize in helping individuals and couples feel more grounded and successful in their relationships and lives. I believe relationship issues as well as common symptoms like depression and anxiety often stem from habitual patterns of relating that may have historical importance, but may no longer be useful to us. As new issues arise in our lives these habitual patterns and our own vulnerabilities may impact our ability to feel competent and fulfilled."
Rebecca Ishida, Marriage & Family Therapist
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, MFT
Verified by Psychology Today
"I have been in practice for over 20 years and have worked with a variety of issues. Life is hard and we want our lives and relationships to be healthy and good. Sometimes we lose sight of what is important in life and become complacent, depressed, lost. I am a direct, solution-focused therapist who can help you get back on track. People who see me have a variety of concerns: gaining self-awareness, anxiety/depression, relationship concerns and more. I think therapy can be very powerful in discovering our true selves and what we want out of life."
(213) 342-8302
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"I have been in practice for over 20 years and have worked with a variety of issues. Life is hard and we want our lives and relationships to be healthy and good. Sometimes we lose sight of what is important in life and become complacent, depressed, lost. I am a direct, solution-focused therapist who can help you get back on track. People who see me have a variety of concerns: gaining self-awareness, anxiety/depression, relationship concerns and more. I think therapy can be very powerful in discovering our true selves and what we want out of life."
Jonathan Reith-Thompson, Marriage & Family Therapist
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
Verified by Psychology Today
"I have maintained a private practice providing individual, couple, and group psychotherapy in the Los Angeles area for the last 21 years. Life is not easy, and sometimes it gets really hard. But the measure of success is how we cope with life's challenges. I believe that therapy is at its core simply a relationship between two people, one of whom shares those life concerns which are most pressing, painful, or frustrating, while the other is genuinely committed to helping understand those concerns and to facilitating the personal changes most desired."
(323) 825-0855
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"I have maintained a private practice providing individual, couple, and group psychotherapy in the Los Angeles area for the last 21 years. Life is not easy, and sometimes it gets really hard. But the measure of success is how we cope with life's challenges. I believe that therapy is at its core simply a relationship between two people, one of whom shares those life concerns which are most pressing, painful, or frustrating, while the other is genuinely committed to helping understand those concerns and to facilitating the personal changes most desired."
Rose Safran, Marriage & Family Therapist
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, MFT
Verified by Psychology Today
"A loving relationship, a happy marriage, a home filled with love and trust, is what you will achieve through therapy, If you feel stuck, and you don't have a clue how to achieve a satisfying meaningful relationship with your partner, than I will give you the tools to make your relationship work! I will give you concrete, specific tasks to start the process of change, regardless of your coming with your partner or by yourself. You can achieve amazing results towards that relationship you have always hoped to have, as long as you are willing to do something about it."
(310) 740-9875
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"A loving relationship, a happy marriage, a home filled with love and trust, is what you will achieve through therapy, If you feel stuck, and you don't have a clue how to achieve a satisfying meaningful relationship with your partner, than I will give you the tools to make your relationship work! I will give you concrete, specific tasks to start the process of change, regardless of your coming with your partner or by yourself. You can achieve amazing results towards that relationship you have always hoped to have, as long as you are willing to do something about it."
Kevin Gruenberg, Psychologist
Psychologist, PsyD
Verified by Psychology Today
"In life, relationships matter most. Connected relationships expand one's capacity for growth, self understanding and ability to form meaningful bonds. My work focuses on building relationships that deepen my patients sense of vitality, as well as their ability to see themselves and others more clearly. I will help forge new possibilities, and amplify courage and grit."
(424) 377-8403
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"In life, relationships matter most. Connected relationships expand one's capacity for growth, self understanding and ability to form meaningful bonds. My work focuses on building relationships that deepen my patients sense of vitality, as well as their ability to see themselves and others more clearly. I will help forge new possibilities, and amplify courage and grit."
Robert Markovic, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
Verified by Psychology Today
"I have been in private practice since 1986, over 30 years. My specialty is helping individuals who suffer from the whole spectrum of anxiety disorders. Any therapist "worth their salt" is one who has been tested by fire and has lived through a transformative experience so that they can truly share their wisdom with others. When I speak about anxiety to a client, I've been there. I am an expert on anxiety, fear, phobias, and panic."
(310) 570-2497
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"I have been in private practice since 1986, over 30 years. My specialty is helping individuals who suffer from the whole spectrum of anxiety disorders. Any therapist "worth their salt" is one who has been tested by fire and has lived through a transformative experience so that they can truly share their wisdom with others. When I speak about anxiety to a client, I've been there. I am an expert on anxiety, fear, phobias, and panic."
Diana Harlin, Marriage & Family Therapist
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
Verified by Psychology Today
"I work with individuals, couples and families. I work with many people in recovery and individuals who have experienced different levels of trauma ( whether it was by having difficulties in childhood or a specific recent event). Creating a safe space to uncover some of the layers that guard us from our truths is something I believe firmly in.I think our nervous systems are partners in our understanding of ourselves. Thru therapy we aim to grow a deeper self awareness and acceptance of ourselves and those around us."
(310) 773-0686
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"I work with individuals, couples and families. I work with many people in recovery and individuals who have experienced different levels of trauma ( whether it was by having difficulties in childhood or a specific recent event). Creating a safe space to uncover some of the layers that guard us from our truths is something I believe firmly in.I think our nervous systems are partners in our understanding of ourselves. Thru therapy we aim to grow a deeper self awareness and acceptance of ourselves and those around us."
Gila Shapiro, Marriage & Family Therapist
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, MFT, CST
Verified by Psychology Today
"My holistic approach integrates cognitive behavioral therapy, mindfulness practices and direct interventions that are based on your needs in the moment. I work with issues ranging from anxiety, depression, low self-esteem and sexual difficulties (couples and individuals). I help people develop emotional insight and clarity and we learn new skills to facilitate growth and balance. My purpose is to help people live more authentically, with intention and meaning."
(323) 744-1847
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"My holistic approach integrates cognitive behavioral therapy, mindfulness practices and direct interventions that are based on your needs in the moment. I work with issues ranging from anxiety, depression, low self-esteem and sexual difficulties (couples and individuals). I help people develop emotional insight and clarity and we learn new skills to facilitate growth and balance. My purpose is to help people live more authentically, with intention and meaning."
Mary Barbour, Marriage & Family Therapist Associate
Marriage & Family Therapist Associate, AMFT, RDN, MS, MA
Verified by Psychology Today
"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 feel stuck and don’t know why. You want relief and are looking for something different."
(323) 621-3389
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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 feel stuck and don’t know why. You want relief and are looking for something different."
Nora Goudsmit, Psychologist
Psychologist, PhD
Verified by Psychology Today
"In our sessions, we will engage in an open process where you can safely explore your feelings, thoughts, wishes, and behaviors. My expertise will help you to understand the underlying causes of your current difficulties. In therapy, we will clarify how your emotions impact your everyday experiences and relationships, and we will work to solve problems by identifying patterns that may be connected to your distress. I believe through therapy, as awareness is raised and insights are established, shifts and changes can be made for the betterment of your relationships, career, and daily life."
(323) 679-6194
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"In our sessions, we will engage in an open process where you can safely explore your feelings, thoughts, wishes, and behaviors. My expertise will help you to understand the underlying causes of your current difficulties. In therapy, we will clarify how your emotions impact your everyday experiences and relationships, and we will work to solve problems by identifying patterns that may be connected to your distress. I believe through therapy, as awareness is raised and insights are established, shifts and changes can be made for the betterment of your relationships, career, and daily life."
Gila Brown, Marriage & Family Therapist
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
Verified by Psychology Today
"You hide it well. You dress the part. You focus on other people so they won't focus on you. You do well professionally and it distracts you from how deeply alone you feel. Often if seems easier to pretend that you're OK, but deep down... you hope for something more. I specialize in psychoanalytic psychotherapy with adults who struggle with shame, depression, suicidality, divorce, anger, anxiety, isolation, or estrangment from family members. I also specialize in working with friends and family members of narcissistic personalities."
(310) 626-4427
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"You hide it well. You dress the part. You focus on other people so they won't focus on you. You do well professionally and it distracts you from how deeply alone you feel. Often if seems easier to pretend that you're OK, but deep down... you hope for something more. I specialize in psychoanalytic psychotherapy with adults who struggle with shame, depression, suicidality, divorce, anger, anxiety, isolation, or estrangment from family members. I also specialize in working with friends and family members of narcissistic personalities."
Vida Nikzad, Psychologist
Psychologist, PsyD
Verified by Psychology Today
"Do you feel alone, disconnected, or misunderstood in your marriage or your other relationships ? These feelings are absolutely normal for almost every person at some time in their lives. Fortunately you can do something about it. Clients come to me because something in their lives is not working as they would wish and they feel stuck."
(424) 294-8924
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"Do you feel alone, disconnected, or misunderstood in your marriage or your other relationships ? These feelings are absolutely normal for almost every person at some time in their lives. Fortunately you can do something about it. Clients come to me because something in their lives is not working as they would wish and they feel stuck."
Laura Collura, Marriage & Family Therapist
Marriage & Family Therapist, MFT
Verified by Psychology Today
""The best way out is always through." This famous Robert Frost quote is at the core of my approach. When we get stuck -- in a rut at work, in a stormy relationship, in a lukewarm marriage, with our children -- we suffer but are often unwilling to go to the heart of the trouble. Sometimes, we're not even aware of what the true issue is. All we can do is try to avoid the pain, skirt problems, even pretend we are fine. We are blocked by fear -- another word for anxiety. Together, we can walk slowly through that fear, and get to the other side."
(323) 282-5262
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""The best way out is always through." This famous Robert Frost quote is at the core of my approach. When we get stuck -- in a rut at work, in a stormy relationship, in a lukewarm marriage, with our children -- we suffer but are often unwilling to go to the heart of the trouble. Sometimes, we're not even aware of what the true issue is. All we can do is try to avoid the pain, skirt problems, even pretend we are fine. We are blocked by fear -- another word for anxiety. Together, we can walk slowly through that fear, and get to the other side."
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."

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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 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.