Marriage & Family Therapist Associate, MA, CADC II, E500RYT
Verified by Psychology Today
"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."
Alcohol Abuse
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Alcohol Abuse
Divorce
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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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Melissa Cherry Counseling, Marriage & Family Therapist Associate
Marriage & Family Therapist Associate, MA
Verified by Psychology Today
"Life transitions, past traumas, feelings of anxiety and/or depression can often us leave feeling hopeless and at a crossroads in our lives. Your healing and growth will evolve through our unique therapeutic relationship. I work from a psychodynamic perspective, which means our process will guide your unconscious into conscious awareness, promoting insight to make lasting impact, and ultimately create greater meaning for your life. We will work collaboratively to uncover patterns in behavior, parts of self, and relating to self and others that are no longer serving you. "
(310) 982-2203
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"Life transitions, past traumas, feelings of anxiety and/or depression can often us leave feeling hopeless and at a crossroads in our lives. Your healing and growth will evolve through our unique therapeutic relationship. I work from a psychodynamic perspective, which means our process will guide your unconscious into conscious awareness, promoting insight to make lasting impact, and ultimately create greater meaning for your life. We will work collaboratively to uncover patterns in behavior, parts of self, and relating to self and others that are no longer serving you. "
Hilary Haldeman, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
Verified by Psychology Today
"I work with clients in a compassionately direct way to address trauma, anxiety, chronic dissatisfaction and unhealthy relationship patterns in order to shift from surviving to thriving. I work with individuals navigating life transitions, parenting, separation/divorce, relationship difficulties, grief and loss, and both early childhood and ongoing trauma. My approach is psychodynamic and relational and I also utilize elements of cognitive behavioral therapy, EMDR, and mindfulness to address the key memories, beliefs, thoughts and feelings that are at the root cause of relationship distress and attachment difficulties."
(323) 545-6416
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"I work with clients in a compassionately direct way to address trauma, anxiety, chronic dissatisfaction and unhealthy relationship patterns in order to shift from surviving to thriving. I work with individuals navigating life transitions, parenting, separation/divorce, relationship difficulties, grief and loss, and both early childhood and ongoing trauma. My approach is psychodynamic and relational and I also utilize elements of cognitive behavioral therapy, EMDR, and mindfulness to address the key memories, beliefs, thoughts and feelings that are at the root cause of relationship distress and attachment difficulties."
Believe Psychology Group, Psychologist
Psychologist, PhD
Verified by Psychology Today
"Are you seeking Healing, Personal Growth & Empowerment? Free yourself from emotional pain. Build strength & resiliency. Take control of your success. Dr. Damond is a Licensed Clinical Psychologist that offers support and guidance to tackle a wide-array of psychological needs to diverse populations. Are you struggling with symptoms of depression, stress, anxiety or going through a life transition? Are you a student looking for assistance with maintaining school-life balance? Perhaps you want to improve your life with the help of a compassionate psychologist. Believe in your potential, start living the life you deserve."
(213) 297-3921
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"Are you seeking Healing, Personal Growth & Empowerment? Free yourself from emotional pain. Build strength & resiliency. Take control of your success. Dr. Damond is a Licensed Clinical Psychologist that offers support and guidance to tackle a wide-array of psychological needs to diverse populations. Are you struggling with symptoms of depression, stress, anxiety or going through a life transition? Are you a student looking for assistance with maintaining school-life balance? Perhaps you want to improve your life with the help of a compassionate psychologist. Believe in your potential, start living the life you deserve."
Caley O'Dwyer, Marriage & Family Therapist
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, MFT
Verified by Psychology Today
Chinatown
Los Angeles, California 90031
"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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Chinatown
Los Angeles, California 90031
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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."
Darrin M Dennis
APCC
Verified by Psychology Today
"Hi there! My name is Darrin Dennis. I am a registered associate professional clinical counselor who believes that people reach out for help because they're experiencing some kind of pain they can no longer manage on their own. As a therapist, I come alongside my clients, building a personal and authentic relationship so I can walk with you through your first steps toward growth and onto helping you understand, face, then manage and heal from that pain. I am a firm believer in the power of transformation, inwardly and outwardly, and I believe this is the key to living one’s life to the greatest and fullest potential possible."
(424) 373-4172
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"Hi there! My name is Darrin Dennis. I am a registered associate professional clinical counselor who believes that people reach out for help because they're experiencing some kind of pain they can no longer manage on their own. As a therapist, I come alongside my clients, building a personal and authentic relationship so I can walk with you through your first steps toward growth and onto helping you understand, face, then manage and heal from that pain. I am a firm believer in the power of transformation, inwardly and outwardly, and I believe this is the key to living one’s life to the greatest and fullest potential possible."
Connor McClenahan, Psychologist
Psychologist, PsyD
Verified by Psychology Today
"You can't sleep at night because your mind keeps replaying things over and over. Constant demands make it impossible to focus, and impossible to rest. It's hard to remember the last time you felt relaxed. You want to just stop and take a breath in, but as soon as you do, you feel this pang of guilt, like you’re being selfish and destructive. You want to make clear decisions, use your time intentionally, and make space for what you love. You wish you could focus attention on things you care about. You want to enjoy close relationships without worrying about work, and set boundaries so you can actually enjoy time off. "
(626) 317-6842
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"You can't sleep at night because your mind keeps replaying things over and over. Constant demands make it impossible to focus, and impossible to rest. It's hard to remember the last time you felt relaxed. You want to just stop and take a breath in, but as soon as you do, you feel this pang of guilt, like you’re being selfish and destructive. You want to make clear decisions, use your time intentionally, and make space for what you love. You wish you could focus attention on things you care about. You want to enjoy close relationships without worrying about work, and set boundaries so you can actually enjoy time off. "
Michelle Smit, Marriage & Family Therapist
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT
Verified by Psychology Today
"Is your life everything that you want it to be? Do you experience peace, joy and love on a daily basis? Is there a sense that there must be something more to life? Do you find yourself frustrated by the choices you make and the things that you do? Do you find yourself frustrated by other people in your life, your work, your family, your relationships?There are many things that can get in the way of living the life you want to live. Are you living in the past and feeling depressed? Are you living in the future and feeling anxious? "
(310) 906-4378
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"Is your life everything that you want it to be? Do you experience peace, joy and love on a daily basis? Is there a sense that there must be something more to life? Do you find yourself frustrated by the choices you make and the things that you do? Do you find yourself frustrated by other people in your life, your work, your family, your relationships?There are many things that can get in the way of living the life you want to live. Are you living in the past and feeling depressed? Are you living in the future and feeling anxious? "
Rita Celina Jacques, Marriage & Family Therapist
Marriage & Family Therapist, ATR-BC, LMFT
Verified by Psychology Today
"If you are dealing with the effects of trauma, anxiety, or depression, sometimes having someone that understands you can get you through the toughest times. We've all found ourselves standing on a road we didn't plan, wondering how we got to where we are. I'm here to support, see, and know you. You can heal emotional wounds by creatively exploring and understanding your thoughts and experiences as well as generations of dynamics and trauma. Together we can fortify your strengths, cultivate a centered approach to life, and find acceptance and wholeness."
(626) 498-2755
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"If you are dealing with the effects of trauma, anxiety, or depression, sometimes having someone that understands you can get you through the toughest times. We've all found ourselves standing on a road we didn't plan, wondering how we got to where we are. I'm here to support, see, and know you. You can heal emotional wounds by creatively exploring and understanding your thoughts and experiences as well as generations of dynamics and trauma. Together we can fortify your strengths, cultivate a centered approach to life, and find acceptance and wholeness."
Amanda Stemen, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MS, LCSW
Verified by Psychology Today
"On the outside, it seems like you’re achieving big things, creating cool stuff, helping others live their best lives. But on the inside something isn’t quite right. You feel worried, angry, or sad. You don't think you're "good enough." It's hard to get things done. You can't let loose and really enjoy life. You aren't where you thought you'd be at this point in life and you know you’re capable of so much more. You want more fulfillment, success, fun, money, and love. If perfectionism, ADHD, substance use, electronic addiction, anxiety, depression, or other challenges are getting in the way of your life, I can help."
(424) 903-2655
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"On the outside, it seems like you’re achieving big things, creating cool stuff, helping others live their best lives. But on the inside something isn’t quite right. You feel worried, angry, or sad. You don't think you're "good enough." It's hard to get things done. You can't let loose and really enjoy life. You aren't where you thought you'd be at this point in life and you know you’re capable of so much more. You want more fulfillment, success, fun, money, and love. If perfectionism, ADHD, substance use, electronic addiction, anxiety, depression, or other challenges are getting in the way of your life, I can help."
Gary Schapper, Marriage & Family Therapist
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT, MA, MDiv
Verified by Psychology Today
"Often, when we feel the weakest we also find the strength to reach out for help. To do so is human…and courageous. Whether wanting to fine-tune some aspect of your current story or help with old stories that come up for you in unhelpful, painful ways, I am here to explore with you what will help “inspire your focus.” I do so with the help of FOUR LIFE-SKILLS which you can see at my website (click the “Website” button to the left). I work with individuals, couples, families, and relationships of all kinds and all ages. "
(310) 220-4047
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"Often, when we feel the weakest we also find the strength to reach out for help. To do so is human…and courageous. Whether wanting to fine-tune some aspect of your current story or help with old stories that come up for you in unhelpful, painful ways, I am here to explore with you what will help “inspire your focus.” I do so with the help of FOUR LIFE-SKILLS which you can see at my website (click the “Website” button to the left). I work with individuals, couples, families, and relationships of all kinds and all ages. "
Kim Hollingdale, Marriage & Family Therapist
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT, RYT, CPT
Verified by Psychology Today
"Now accepting new clients 04/28/19. You're basically running the show at work and/or the one that holds EVERYTHING together at home, but you are realizing that your success has come at a personal price... you're too busy and stressed to attend to your past trauma (from way back or from just last week), or to even take care of your self healthfully now. Believe me, I get it. But if you're quietly struggling to manage your life and deal with depression, anxiety, insomnia, PTSD, disordered eating or a chronic disease like Fibromyalgia, IBS, Eczema or Lupus, I can help (within your busy schedule and without a life-long commitment)!"
(424) 351-9513
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"Now accepting new clients 04/28/19. You're basically running the show at work and/or the one that holds EVERYTHING together at home, but you are realizing that your success has come at a personal price... you're too busy and stressed to attend to your past trauma (from way back or from just last week), or to even take care of your self healthfully now. Believe me, I get it. But if you're quietly struggling to manage your life and deal with depression, anxiety, insomnia, PTSD, disordered eating or a chronic disease like Fibromyalgia, IBS, Eczema or Lupus, I can help (within your busy schedule and without a life-long commitment)!"
Michelle R. Kobayashi, Marriage & Family Therapist
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
Verified by Psychology Today
"Life hits all of us with the unexpected – sometimes delightful, sometimes the polar opposite. Depression, anxiety, relationship problems, grief and loss are all part of being human. I'm fortunate to have excellent training and experience supporting people through change, crisis and opportunity. Some of my clients have suffered tsunami size losses - a cancer diagnosis, the loss of a loved one through death, betrayal, a divorce/breakup, a big move or just “life.” A desired gain, like a new baby, means the loss of a childfree lifestyle. Change and uncertainty are givens, but we can change how we interpret and relate to what is."
(213) 810-3275
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"Life hits all of us with the unexpected – sometimes delightful, sometimes the polar opposite. Depression, anxiety, relationship problems, grief and loss are all part of being human. I'm fortunate to have excellent training and experience supporting people through change, crisis and opportunity. Some of my clients have suffered tsunami size losses - a cancer diagnosis, the loss of a loved one through death, betrayal, a divorce/breakup, a big move or just “life.” A desired gain, like a new baby, means the loss of a childfree lifestyle. Change and uncertainty are givens, but we can change how we interpret and relate to what is."
Dr. Jeff Creely, Psychologist
Psychologist, PhD
Verified by Psychology Today
"(Evening Hours Available) --- Worry, frustration, guilt, and sadness: our past taught us how to respond to those feelings. Problems start when how we respond no longer works to get us what we want. In therapy, my goal is to be curious about why you feel and act the way you do. Awareness doesn’t bring change, it brings choice. I ask questions to help us be aware of the patterns that no longer work for you and help us move toward choices that honor your values. I often focus on emotions because they communicate something we can’t yet speak. Listening to those emotions gives us the power to help them. https://youtu.be/6bbFWsebAMA"
(626) 317-6438
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"(Evening Hours Available) --- Worry, frustration, guilt, and sadness: our past taught us how to respond to those feelings. Problems start when how we respond no longer works to get us what we want. In therapy, my goal is to be curious about why you feel and act the way you do. Awareness doesn’t bring change, it brings choice. I ask questions to help us be aware of the patterns that no longer work for you and help us move toward choices that honor your values. I often focus on emotions because they communicate something we can’t yet speak. Listening to those emotions gives us the power to help them. https://youtu.be/6bbFWsebAMA"
Charlotte Kay, Marriage & Family Therapist
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, MFT
Verified by Psychology Today
"The clients that I work with come from all walks of life with at least 3 common goals: learn how to manage personal difficulties, increase moments of joy, & feel more empowered. I can assist you in reaching these & other goals with warmth, sensitivity, & humor. I'm also a fan of providing treatment that is worth your time and money so I will give you the space to tap into yourself while remaining interactive with you. This way, we make sure treatment is meeting your needs. My office is a comfortable, unique space that promotes self-reflectiveness and insight--please see photos and visit my website for additional information."
(323) 686-6750
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"The clients that I work with come from all walks of life with at least 3 common goals: learn how to manage personal difficulties, increase moments of joy, & feel more empowered. I can assist you in reaching these & other goals with warmth, sensitivity, & humor. I'm also a fan of providing treatment that is worth your time and money so I will give you the space to tap into yourself while remaining interactive with you. This way, we make sure treatment is meeting your needs. My office is a comfortable, unique space that promotes self-reflectiveness and insight--please see photos and visit my website for additional information."
Sync Counseling Center - Downtown Los Angeles, Psychologist
Psychologist, PsyD
Verified by Psychology Today
"You tell yourself to try harder, but you're exhausted. You have trouble focusing long enough on your work to get something done. You feel distant from people around you, like there's a wall between you and them. You wonder what’s wrong inside, and try to snap out of it. You wish you could just take a deep breath in, to just feel like yourself again. Yet when you slow down you don’t feel better, you feel guilty. "
(626) 774-7827
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"You tell yourself to try harder, but you're exhausted. You have trouble focusing long enough on your work to get something done. You feel distant from people around you, like there's a wall between you and them. You wonder what’s wrong inside, and try to snap out of it. You wish you could just take a deep breath in, to just feel like yourself again. Yet when you slow down you don’t feel better, you feel guilty. "
Manuel Mercado, Marriage & Family Therapist
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT
Verified by Psychology Today
Chinatown
Los Angeles, California 90031
"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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Chinatown
Los Angeles, California 90031
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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."
Alfonso Sanchez, Marriage & Family Therapist
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT
Verified by Psychology Today
"Highly skilled in preparing expert forensic mental health reports, conducting Independent Mental Health Exams (IME), testifying in deposition and court-room trials, and in providing litigation consulting as a non-testifying expert on issues related to immigration, personal injury, criminal law, and abuse and trauma. I also also have extensive experience administering psychological tests that evaluate major symptoms of psychopathology, personality characteristics, competency, substance abuse, and behavioral proclivities in clients. Services are mobile - all consultations take place at the client's home or attorney's office."
(323) 498-1264
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"Highly skilled in preparing expert forensic mental health reports, conducting Independent Mental Health Exams (IME), testifying in deposition and court-room trials, and in providing litigation consulting as a non-testifying expert on issues related to immigration, personal injury, criminal law, and abuse and trauma. I also also have extensive experience administering psychological tests that evaluate major symptoms of psychopathology, personality characteristics, competency, substance abuse, and behavioral proclivities in clients. Services are mobile - all consultations take place at the client's home or attorney's office."
Dr. Vanessa Spooner, Psychologist
Psychologist, PsyD
Verified by Psychology Today
"Are you struggling to get your creative vision off the ground? The creative process is a deeply personal process, you are challenged to open up, be vulnerable, and share your inner self with the world. But we sometimes get held back by our past -- we want to express ourselves, but old stories about not being good enough rattle around in our heads. Psychotherapy can help you to become free of these limiting beliefs and self-critical thoughts and really shine as an artist. Doing your inner work will enhance your creative work."
(323) 474-0521
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"Are you struggling to get your creative vision off the ground? The creative process is a deeply personal process, you are challenged to open up, be vulnerable, and share your inner self with the world. But we sometimes get held back by our past -- we want to express ourselves, but old stories about not being good enough rattle around in our heads. Psychotherapy can help you to become free of these limiting beliefs and self-critical thoughts and really shine as an artist. Doing your inner work will enhance your creative work."
Jennifer M. Sandoval, Psychologist
Psychologist, PhD
Verified by Psychology Today
"C.G. Jung famously said, "I would rather be whole than good." Wholeness, knowledge and acceptance of oneself, and living life fully is what depth psychotherapy is all about. Each person or couple begins the process of psychotherapy for different reasons. For some, there may be an immediate crisis or trauma to be worked through. Others may be experiencing extended symptoms of depression, hopelessness, anxiety, addiction, anger, confusion, procrastination, loneliness, sexual and relationship problems, or grief. Many seek to explore important questions of meaning, identity, spirituality, philosophy, gender issues, psychology, politics and power. All are suitable reasons for depth psychotherapy."
(831) 346-1042
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"C.G. Jung famously said, "I would rather be whole than good." Wholeness, knowledge and acceptance of oneself, and living life fully is what depth psychotherapy is all about. Each person or couple begins the process of psychotherapy for different reasons. For some, there may be an immediate crisis or trauma to be worked through. Others may be experiencing extended symptoms of depression, hopelessness, anxiety, addiction, anger, confusion, procrastination, loneliness, sexual and relationship problems, or grief. Many seek to explore important questions of meaning, identity, spirituality, philosophy, gender issues, psychology, politics and power. All are suitable reasons for depth psychotherapy."

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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 Chinatown, Los Angeles or for a Chinatown, Los Angeles 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 Chinatown, Los Angeles alcohol abuse therapists, alcohol abuse psychologists and Chinatown, Los Angeles alcohol abuse counselors. They can help with alcoholics in Chinatown, Los Angeles, drug alcohol abuse, teenage alcohol abuse, substance and alcohol abuse and treatments for alcohol abuse in Chinatown, Los Angeles. 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 Chinatown, Los Angeles or joining AA ( Chinatown, Los Angeles Alcoholics Anonymous).

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

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

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