Relationship Issues Therapists in Los Angeles, CA

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Jin S. Kim
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
Verified
Authenticity, self-acceptance, and social justice are the tenets that guide my work as a therapist. Through our work in cultivating an affirming and nonjudgemental relationship , and drawing from both of our lived experiences, I will support you in deconstructing what is causing ongoing distress in your life, help facilitate insight and empowerment, and foster building healthier and more authentic relationships with your self and with others.
(213) 322-1535 
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Los Angeles, CA 90010
Offers online therapy
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Francisca Fenwick
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
Verified
I have primarily worked with clients experiencing the effects of anxiety, depression, shame, guilt, relationship issues , break-ups, anger, loneliness, love addiction, disordered eating/body issues, occupational challenges, grief, and loss.
My goal as a therapist is to help you examine your lived experience in a safe and inspiring way. In addition to my clinical experience I provide an environment that can be humorous and fun as well as vulnerable and challenging. We will identify the desired and undesired aspects of your habits and beliefs and attend to them with compassion and accountability. I am an active therapist and will help you connect the patterns and themes present in your psyche, in addition to your past and present actions, so that you can experience your life with increased self-compassion and gratitude.
(443) 341-9889 
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Los Angeles, CA 90039
Offers online therapy
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Lannie Lee
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT
Verified
It is important to me that the space we create is safe, open, curious, and reflective, where you can bring all parts of yourself and be genuine, without judgment and where we can both discover and deepen your self-understanding with compassion. Life can be challenging with all that one attends to, in addition to the stressors and impacts of this pandemic. Common issues that can bring folks to therapy include life transitions, managing stress/anxiety, building your sense of Self, relationship concerns, and improving communication. Considering therapy is a courageous step and it's my privilege to join in the journey.
(213) 348-7421 
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Los Angeles, CA 90003
Offers online therapy
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Carol-Ann Flicker
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, PhD, LCSW, MFT
Verified
All the lonely people, where do they all come from? Is this you? You can be in a relationship or single, yet still feel lonely. Are you not living the life you want? Do you rush around and not pay attention to yourself or do you retreat into yourself sadly and quietly? If you want to change, it is not easy; but it can be a lot easier with a well-trained, highly experienced and compassionate therapist who can help you to move forward.
(424) 324-5355 
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Los Angeles, CA 90024
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Meridian Counseling: Individual & Family Therapy
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT
Verified
Life can get complicated and there is no handbook on how to handle things like depression, anxiety, addiction and relationship problems. It is important to know two things: 1. you are not alone, 2. challenges are always opportunities to grow and change your life. You are probably here because it's time to "do something different." Let us help guide you through this journey!
(323) 214-3699 
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Los Angeles, CA 90064
Offers online therapy
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Elizabeth Hill
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
Verified
Additional work that clients seek me out for includes, but is not limited to: relationship therapy, affirmative LGBTQ+ work, trauma resolution, empowerment, life and career transitions, addressing self worth/self esteem difficulties, codependency, grief work, and blended families.
The belief that you are inadequate is a myth. I believe in looking for what is right with you. I am not the therapist who is going to merely sit back, listen and tell you what is wrong with you. Together we will find the gold of you, and walk the journey towards your most alive, most authentic self. We will have active conversations. I will participate. We will laugh here and there, because I’m a big believer in the healing power of humor. I will not tell you what to do or how to live, but I will help guide you toward your own inner-knowing. ​
(323) 906-7898 
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Los Angeles, CA 90004
Offers online therapy
Waitlist for new clients
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Justine Roach
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
Verified
Justine is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) who treats children, adolescents, and young adults. Her style is collaborative, compassionate, and holistic. She helps those struggling with anxiety, depression, ADHD, PTSD, divorce, relationship challenges, and parenting. She draws from various evidence-based practices including Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Mindfulness Meditation, Reflective Parenting, and Violet Oaklander’s Model of Gestalt and Play Therapy. She empowers her clients and gives them life-long tools to cope with stressors and overcome challenges.
(323) 688-4912 
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Los Angeles, CA 90025
Offers online therapy
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Bradley Allenstein
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
Verified
You are not alone.... Millions of Americans struggle with depression, anxiety, eating disorders, body image dysmorphia, relationship troubles, the death of loved ones, low self-esteem, job loss, thoughts of suicide and self-harm, restlessness, irritability, substance abuse, and many other issues.
(310) 490-5015 
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Los Angeles, CA 90064
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Staci Atkins
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, PsyD, LCSW
Verified
Life's stressors can feel overwhelming, and sometimes downright debilitating. Many of us struggle with managing obligations in our personal and professional lives. This can leave one feeling anxious, depressed, fearful, hopeless and distraught. Therapy can provide a safe and non-judgmental environment in which to unpack and unload some of the emotional baggage that has been weighing you down. I offer a warm, supportive, non-judgmental approach, and believe a strong therapeutic relationship is key.
(310) 912-3575 
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Los Angeles, CA 90066
Offers online therapy
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Susan P Frankel
Psychologist, PhD, JD
Verified
We will explore your thoughts, feelings, dreams, imagination, current difficulties, and the emerging relationship between us.
I understand that beginning therapy may feel frightening or overwhelming. I believe that therapy is a deeply personal process between us. I offer a safe, respectful, and non-judgmental space in which you can explore painful issues that you are presently experiencing. We become partners in your therapy. How I work depends on what you need. I am a depth therapist and a Jungian Psychoanalyst and I can be of most use by carefully listening and helping you understand parts of yourself that presently limit your creativity, intimacy, self expression and well-being.
(310) 776-6980 
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Los Angeles, CA 90064
Offers online therapy
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Hope Phillips
Pre-Licensed Professional, MS, AMFT
Verified
I believe in the power of restoration that we can experience, once we work together to find our first experience of hurt in relationship .
Are you exhausted by having the same cyclical arguments with your significant other? Or do you find it terrifying to step out and experience true intimacy in a relationship ? Connection can be so difficult to experience, even though it's our core desire. Painful experiences or memories we have had can cause us to cope by numbing out, becoming avoidant, controlling, becoming anxious or clingy. These coping mechanisms we've practiced overtime, while we may not even be aware of them, come in our own way of healing and experiencing healthy and life-giving relationships.
(310) 294-8261 
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Los Angeles, CA 90025
Offers online therapy
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Khana Lacewell
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
Verified
Are you a woman in your 20's, 30's or 40's who is struggling with anxiety, depression, relationship /sex issues, career concerns, stress, low self-esteem, or difficult emotions like fear, anger, & sadness? Are you trying to find your path, yet feel blocked by self-doubt? Trying to find or maintain a partner, yet often feel alone? You may feel stuck or behind in life-burdened by your past, worried about your future, and overwhelmed by the present. If you need help healing old wounds and learning to master daily life with courage, calm, strength and resiliency, we all need help sometimes. Reaching out for help is a sign of strength.
(310) 927-1086 
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Los Angeles, CA 90066
Not accepting new clients
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Cira Winarto
Marriage & Family Therapist Associate, MA, AMFT
Verified
I'm a sex and relationship therapist whose priority is providing a safe, compassionate, and comfortable space to work through relational traumas and attachment wounds using relational and evidence-based therapeutic approaches.
I specialize in helping individuals and couples tackle the underlying issues behind relationship difficulties, sexual inexperience, infidelity/betrayal trauma, sex/porn/love addictions, and common sex therapy issues including erectile dysfunction, rapid ejaculation, mismatched libidos, compulsive sexual behaviors, and painful, awkward, or unfulfilling sex. I'm passionate about supporting adults and adolescents struggling to navigate marriages and dating in the digital age. My clients want to modify maladaptive patterns, move away from codependency, increase coping/emotional regulation skills, and redefine healthy intimacy.
(424) 395-3765 
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Los Angeles, CA 90064
Not accepting new clients
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Elizabeth Weinberger, PhD, MPH
Psychologist, PhD, MPH
Verified
Life is challenging enough without being hampered by painful or unpleasant thoughts, feelings or memories. I have been in private practice since 1990, helping people overcome the emotional obstacles that prevent them from living full and satisfying lives. These obstacles include: low self-esteem, difficulty relating to others, relationship problems, unresolved grief, immobilizing anxiety, unresolved issues from childhood, maladaptive ways of coping with stress etc.. I see adults only and do not do couple's therapy. When contacting me, please briefly state what you need help with, and, your insurance, if planning to use it.
(424) 289-6341 
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Los Angeles, CA 90025
Offers online therapy
Waitlist for new clients
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Patty Lancaster
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
Verified
Our relationship is always the priority.
I work with motivated adolescents/adults to help them cope with transitions in their lives where they feel stuck and in emotional pain. My clients usually want tools they can use themselves as well as a healing environment. I work collaboratively with clients to cultivate their strengths as well as support them in overcoming inner obstacles. They want a more positive relationship with themselves and others and to move forward in healthy ways behaviorally. They want better boundaries and joy in their lives.
(424) 402-5378 
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Los Angeles, CA 90049
Offers online therapy
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Lindsay Reiten
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
Verified
I believe the therapist client relationship is the most valuable component of therapy and embrace curiosity as a way to better support your unique needs.
I’m Lindsay and I am a Licensed Clinical Social Worker. Beyond that, I am also a human being that feels privileged to hold space for you and your story. Our stories are vast and unique and deserve to be held with the utmost compassion. I am here to help you navigate what it means for you to move toward healing and believe each and every one of us has the capacity to heal. Often, this journey begins when we bravely step into our stories and allow ourselves to show up and be seen, despite the possible fear and messiness that can come with it. I believe you are here to courageously start taking steps to prioritize your healing.
(323) 990-7364 
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Los Angeles, CA 90003
Offers online therapy
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Su Fern Khoo
Marriage & Family Therapist, MS, LMFT
Verified
My work as a therapist is focused on accompanying individuals (14 years+) and couples through their struggles with life transitions, depression, anxiety, relationship issues , and unprocessed trauma or difficult childhood experiences. Improving your quality of life is my goal. I know that feeling heard, seen, understood, and connected to someone you trust in a safe and non-judgmental space is essential for the process of healing, finding new direction and making healthy long-lasting changes.
(310) 254-9671 
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Los Angeles, CA 90025
Not accepting new clients
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Marcia Margolis
Marriage & Family Therapist, MFT
Verified
Are you dealing with life threatening illness? Would you like to recapture sexual intimacy in your relationship ? Are you having relationship , grief or divorce struggles? Having experienced the grief and loss brought forward by my spouse's terminal illness, I have developed strong insights to help my clients: * Live with illness * Recapture sexual intimacy * Live a full life after divorce or widowhood * Sustain deeper intimate relationships, and * Gain autonomy
(310) 945-2910 
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Los Angeles, CA 90064
Offers online therapy
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Charles B Walker
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
Verified
Life is a journey full of ups, downs, and forks in the road which can bring about stress, anxiety, depression, and an overall feeling of helplessness. Most of the time it’s easy to navigate on our own, but quite often a licensed psychotherapist is needed to restore balance and provide you with the necessary tools to rebuild and/or redirect your life towards becoming more fulfilling, uplifting, and ENJOYABLE. As your therapist, I’m committed to creating a safe place to address any issues you feel are holding you back from becoming the very best version of yourself; creating a relationship built on trust, honesty, and understanding.
(310) 421-9655 
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Los Angeles, CA 90045
Offers online therapy
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Constance Kaplan
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT
Verified
My therapeutic tools are informed by advances in psychology and creatively used to alleviate the depression, anxiety, relationship issues , addictions, low self-esteem, creative blocks and health problems that result from various kinds of life challenges and traumas -- past and present.
With over 20 years of experience, I integrate into my West Los Angeles psychotherapy practice the most effective and contemporary clinical skills to meet the unique needs of each client and couple. My goal is to empower individuals and couples to identify their unsatisfying and painful patterns in love, health and work and to replace them with more creative, resilient, authentic and pleasurable ways of living.
(310) 513-5422 
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Los Angeles, CA 90025
Not accepting new clients


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Relationship Issues Therapists
While need for human connection appears to be innate, the ability to form healthy, loving relationships is learned. Some evidence suggests that the ability to form a stable relationship starts to form in infancy, in a child's earliest experiences with a caregiver who reliably meets the infant's needs for food, care, warmth, protection, stimulation, and social contact. Such relationships are not destiny, but they are theorized to establish deeply ingrained patterns of relating to others. The end of a relationship, however, is often a source of great psychological anguish.

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