Kaneeza Lafir, Psychologist
Psychologist, PsyD, PsyD, PhD., CAMS-II
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"Sleep rarely visits you anymore. As you watch the clock, your mind swims with what was and what could be… you scrutinize your day, only seeing what you did wrong. Even when you're surrounded by friends, all you can feel is lonely, invisible. This moment should be a happy one, but you’re weighed down by self-doubt. How to make sense of this? You think, "Aren’t I supposed to be a successful adult? Then why is this so hard?" This level of disappointment is heavy to bear, hard to throw off, and even harder to ignore, in order to move forward to who and what you think you could, and want, to be. "
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Alcohol Abuse
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"Sleep rarely visits you anymore. As you watch the clock, your mind swims with what was and what could be… you scrutinize your day, only seeing what you did wrong. Even when you're surrounded by friends, all you can feel is lonely, invisible. This moment should be a happy one, but you’re weighed down by self-doubt. How to make sense of this? You think, "Aren’t I supposed to be a successful adult? Then why is this so hard?" This level of disappointment is heavy to bear, hard to throw off, and even harder to ignore, in order to move forward to who and what you think you could, and want, to be. "
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Maxine M. Hughes, Marriage & Family Therapist
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT, CST-C
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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. "
(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. "
Jaime Hubbard, Marriage & Family Therapist
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT
Verified by Psychology Today
"I engage in conversations that explore the ideas and understandings you have of yourself, others and of the world. Together we identify your strengths and values so that you may generate productive and effective choices that enable you to achieve the goals in life you desire."
(323) 553-3892
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"I engage in conversations that explore the ideas and understandings you have of yourself, others and of the world. Together we identify your strengths and values so that you may generate productive and effective choices that enable you to achieve the goals in life you desire."
Dena Schwimmer, Marriage & Family Therapist Associate
Marriage & Family Therapist Associate, MA, MFTA
Verified by Psychology Today
"As a Mindfulness and Trauma/EMDR trained therapist, I believe in creating a collaborative space for positive change, growing trust in self, and resolving the obstacles that block your path to peace, creativity and joy. Together we will explore the road to your own happiness and wellbeing. Learning mindfulness techniques and understanding how the body processes trauma can help you heal from the past and be more present in the now. In a supportive environment we create pathways to access and fortify your uniqueness and unexplored talents allowing you to grow into the person you always imagined."
(323) 694-3173
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"As a Mindfulness and Trauma/EMDR trained therapist, I believe in creating a collaborative space for positive change, growing trust in self, and resolving the obstacles that block your path to peace, creativity and joy. Together we will explore the road to your own happiness and wellbeing. Learning mindfulness techniques and understanding how the body processes trauma can help you heal from the past and be more present in the now. In a supportive environment we create pathways to access and fortify your uniqueness and unexplored talents allowing you to grow into the person you always imagined."
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."
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."
Brian Wry, Marriage & Family Therapist
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT
Verified by Psychology Today
"Many couples think fighting is bad for their relationship. It's time to think differently. You and your partner may find yourselves fighting fiercely. And frequently. Despite your best efforts to stop, the friction between you may only escalate. You may feel lonely, angry and hopeless, and wonder if the two of you can survive together. No, you didn't pick the wrong person. These fights can change. Yes, they can... and for the better! Life is filled with challenges, some small and some large. All couples struggle with these hurdles. But they don't have to determine your future."
(323) 815-8691
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"Many couples think fighting is bad for their relationship. It's time to think differently. You and your partner may find yourselves fighting fiercely. And frequently. Despite your best efforts to stop, the friction between you may only escalate. You may feel lonely, angry and hopeless, and wonder if the two of you can survive together. No, you didn't pick the wrong person. These fights can change. Yes, they can... and for the better! Life is filled with challenges, some small and some large. All couples struggle with these hurdles. But they don't have to determine your future."
Mark Danson, Psychologist
Psychologist, PhD
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"When you find yourself struggling, in emotional pain, or unable to attain goals, psychotherapy can assist in ways that doing it on your own cannot. Much of how we relate to others and even many of the ideas we have about ourselves developed within the context of relationships to others: parents, siblings, teachers, friends, etc. In therapy these dynamics come alive in ways that shed light so that together we can work through ways in which you feel stuck and develop new ways of being in the world."
(323) 271-4276
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"When you find yourself struggling, in emotional pain, or unable to attain goals, psychotherapy can assist in ways that doing it on your own cannot. Much of how we relate to others and even many of the ideas we have about ourselves developed within the context of relationships to others: parents, siblings, teachers, friends, etc. In therapy these dynamics come alive in ways that shed light so that together we can work through ways in which you feel stuck and develop new ways of being in the world."
Sarah Schupack, Marriage & Family Therapist
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT
Verified by Psychology Today
"Are you stuck and can't find a way out? Wanting to feel better but feel like nothing is working? I can help! Often at the core of being stuck is trauma: something that is too big and too fast that overwhelms us and leaves us frozen. Things like a mild or major car accident, the sudden death of a loved one, witnessing or experiencing violence, a medical procedure or the early absence of a caregiver (to name a few). Being stuck can interfere with our sleep, mood, thinking, and relationships. The good news is that our bodies are naturally wired to heal and recover from such events and I can help guide you out of the stuck places. "
(424) 352-8231
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"Are you stuck and can't find a way out? Wanting to feel better but feel like nothing is working? I can help! Often at the core of being stuck is trauma: something that is too big and too fast that overwhelms us and leaves us frozen. Things like a mild or major car accident, the sudden death of a loved one, witnessing or experiencing violence, a medical procedure or the early absence of a caregiver (to name a few). Being stuck can interfere with our sleep, mood, thinking, and relationships. The good news is that our bodies are naturally wired to heal and recover from such events and I can help guide you out of the stuck places. "
Stephanie J Hubbard, Marriage & Family Therapist
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
Verified by Psychology Today
"There is a part of you right now that knows therapy can help, and probably another part that is scared to try. I laugh a lot with my clients and even though sometimes therapy can be painful, they usually feel much better because of it and keep coming. I work well with creative people, and work with clients and couples that identify as straight or are LBGT (or anywhere in between). With specializations in Psychoanalytic, and Jungian therapy, I also draw on mindfulness, somatic experiencing, TF-CBT and narrative approaches integrating modalities to help you and your relationships thrive."
(323) 999-5341
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"There is a part of you right now that knows therapy can help, and probably another part that is scared to try. I laugh a lot with my clients and even though sometimes therapy can be painful, they usually feel much better because of it and keep coming. I work well with creative people, and work with clients and couples that identify as straight or are LBGT (or anywhere in between). With specializations in Psychoanalytic, and Jungian therapy, I also draw on mindfulness, somatic experiencing, TF-CBT and narrative approaches integrating modalities to help you and your relationships thrive."
Meisha (Mechelle) Battiste, Marriage & Family Therapist Associate
Marriage & Family Therapist Associate, MA
Verified by Psychology Today
"I am a Mindfulness and Trauma Resilience trainer who believes success and happiness result from a balanced mindset. Being stuck in unhealthy patterns, failing to accomplish the change we desire, or sustaining the nurturing relationships we deserve are all issues we expect to resolve on our own, but when we can't we feel defeated. Therapy is support that helps unearth our own best solutions while increasing skills and practices that grow fulfillment."
(323) 736-4464
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"I am a Mindfulness and Trauma Resilience trainer who believes success and happiness result from a balanced mindset. Being stuck in unhealthy patterns, failing to accomplish the change we desire, or sustaining the nurturing relationships we deserve are all issues we expect to resolve on our own, but when we can't we feel defeated. Therapy is support that helps unearth our own best solutions while increasing skills and practices that grow fulfillment."
Ryan Ashley Brown, Marriage & Family Therapist Associate
Marriage & Family Therapist Associate, MA
Verified by Psychology Today
"Starting the process of exploring challenging memories, finding ways to let light in through the cracks, and get up and meet your challenges can be a difficult task to tackle on your own. I strive to be the person to advocate, provide a safe environment, and collaborate with you during unexpected, unrehearsed times of resilience, heart ache, loss, or just confusing times. I am also an ally to the LGBTQ+ community and dedicated to providing a safe space and affirmative supports. My primary goal is to establish therapeutic alliance that foster hope, healing, personal growth, and insight to continue to get up and show up in the world."
(323) 375-5910
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"Starting the process of exploring challenging memories, finding ways to let light in through the cracks, and get up and meet your challenges can be a difficult task to tackle on your own. I strive to be the person to advocate, provide a safe environment, and collaborate with you during unexpected, unrehearsed times of resilience, heart ache, loss, or just confusing times. I am also an ally to the LGBTQ+ community and dedicated to providing a safe space and affirmative supports. My primary goal is to establish therapeutic alliance that foster hope, healing, personal growth, and insight to continue to get up and show up in the world."
Dominic Valdes, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW, CSAT, EMDR
Verified by Psychology Today
"You want a specific step to take to feel better about your job, relationship (or relationship status), and about yourself as a whole. Feeling like you aren’t where you should be in life is scary - especially as a gay man in Los Angeles. Without making a change, you may have developed some distracting, yet unhealthy habits: meaningless hookups, less sex in your relationship, isolating, more time attached to technology, substances, or simply spending way too much time in your own thoughts and worry. The relationship you have with yourself is probably the last thing on your busy schedule - ironically, it's the foundation for your life."
(562) 645-4643
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"You want a specific step to take to feel better about your job, relationship (or relationship status), and about yourself as a whole. Feeling like you aren’t where you should be in life is scary - especially as a gay man in Los Angeles. Without making a change, you may have developed some distracting, yet unhealthy habits: meaningless hookups, less sex in your relationship, isolating, more time attached to technology, substances, or simply spending way too much time in your own thoughts and worry. The relationship you have with yourself is probably the last thing on your busy schedule - ironically, it's the foundation for your life."
Roger Kirtz,
"My ideal clients are those with the desire to perform at their best when the lights are brightest, but don't know how. I will teach you how to clear negative thoughts, rid nerves and tension and put in positive intensions into your performance"
(424) 363-0807
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"My ideal clients are those with the desire to perform at their best when the lights are brightest, but don't know how. I will teach you how to clear negative thoughts, rid nerves and tension and put in positive intensions into your performance"
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT
Verified by Psychology Today
"Congrats on taking the first step in finding the support that you need. I am a licensed Marriage Family Therapist in practice in mid-Wilshire area of Los Angeles, CA. I work with individuals, families, and couples. I enjoy working with children, adolescents, and adults."
(310) 776-6756
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"Congrats on taking the first step in finding the support that you need. I am a licensed Marriage Family Therapist in practice in mid-Wilshire area of Los Angeles, CA. I work with individuals, families, and couples. I enjoy working with children, adolescents, and adults."
Michelle Cauley, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, BCD
Verified by Psychology Today
"We realize contacting a therapist can be anxiety provoking. At Cauley & Associates, we cover a wide-range of services/issues that are common in everyday life. Prior to scheduling an appointment, we will have an initial consultation over the phone to get a sense of the issue and determine if we are a good fit or if a referral should be provided."
(323) 570-5986
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"We realize contacting a therapist can be anxiety provoking. At Cauley & Associates, we cover a wide-range of services/issues that are common in everyday life. Prior to scheduling an appointment, we will have an initial consultation over the phone to get a sense of the issue and determine if we are a good fit or if a referral should be provided."
Ann Gottuso, Psychologist
Psychologist, PhD
Verified by Psychology Today
"Life can bring about many obstacles - whether stressors or a medical condition - and a therapist can facilitate change or healing. I specialize in providing psychotherapy to individuals experiencing adjustment issues to a medical condition or stressor, anxiety, depression, trauma, or a spiritual crisis. If you have cognitive difficulties, I provide cognitive rehabilitation and executive skills coaching to strengthen your mental abilities to engage in home and work. At times, neurological injury brings behavioral changes. We can jointly develop a behavioral plan to manage behaviors to improve relationships and ensure safety."
(424) 231-6224
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"Life can bring about many obstacles - whether stressors or a medical condition - and a therapist can facilitate change or healing. I specialize in providing psychotherapy to individuals experiencing adjustment issues to a medical condition or stressor, anxiety, depression, trauma, or a spiritual crisis. If you have cognitive difficulties, I provide cognitive rehabilitation and executive skills coaching to strengthen your mental abilities to engage in home and work. At times, neurological injury brings behavioral changes. We can jointly develop a behavioral plan to manage behaviors to improve relationships and ensure safety."
Gia Buonaguro, Marriage & Family Therapist
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, MFT, EMDR
"I am a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist and at heart, a Healer. I believe healing involves the mind, body, and spirit and that through this connection, we can let go of limiting, false beliefs about ourselves. In this integration of Traditional Psychotherapy with Healing and Wellness, we are learning to nourish the deepest and most intimate relationship there is, the relationship with the self. When we come from this place of self-awareness, we can have truly satisfying relationships with others because we know who we are and how to feel fulfilled sharing ourselves in our world."
(310) 740-9870
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"I am a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist and at heart, a Healer. I believe healing involves the mind, body, and spirit and that through this connection, we can let go of limiting, false beliefs about ourselves. In this integration of Traditional Psychotherapy with Healing and Wellness, we are learning to nourish the deepest and most intimate relationship there is, the relationship with the self. When we come from this place of self-awareness, we can have truly satisfying relationships with others because we know who we are and how to feel fulfilled sharing ourselves in our world."
Davina Cohen, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
Verified by Psychology Today
"Davina is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker with 15+ years experience working with children and families. Her passion is helping families achieve homeostasis, primarily utilizing Strength Based and Solution Focused Strategies to problem solve issues. Davina has worked in many settings from social agencies, hospitals and school settings providing both clinical and group counseling to school aged children/adolescents, their families. in addition, Davina has numerous years acting as a liaison between families and their school systems to implement strategies for continued positive growth."
(747) 322-4640
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"Davina is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker with 15+ years experience working with children and families. Her passion is helping families achieve homeostasis, primarily utilizing Strength Based and Solution Focused Strategies to problem solve issues. Davina has worked in many settings from social agencies, hospitals and school settings providing both clinical and group counseling to school aged children/adolescents, their families. in addition, Davina has numerous years acting as a liaison between families and their school systems to implement strategies for continued positive growth."
Nina Asher, Psychologist
Psychologist, PhD
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"My ideal populations are young adults, parents at all stages of the parenting life cycle, children and teens, and individual adults who are interested in investigating how their inner workings and early experiences have presented roadblocks to growth. I use the relationship between the client and myself as a laboratory for exploration and development of the self. I educate parents about developmental stages, and I help them see more clearly what they see of themselves in their children, and what characteristics are unique and separate to their child."
(310) 341-0909 x1
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"My ideal populations are young adults, parents at all stages of the parenting life cycle, children and teens, and individual adults who are interested in investigating how their inner workings and early experiences have presented roadblocks to growth. I use the relationship between the client and myself as a laboratory for exploration and development of the self. I educate parents about developmental stages, and I help them see more clearly what they see of themselves in their children, and what characteristics are unique and separate to their child."

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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.