Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT, MBA
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"As an LMFT, I am fluent in Armenian and have a strong history of working with clients with varying challenges. I practice individual, family and couples therapy and also provide tele-medicine, ( via phone and video sessions) . My overall approach to treatment is focused on decreasing unwanted symptoms/stressors, increasing coping skills and improving overall wellbeing."
Gay Allied
(213) 863-0394
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"As an LMFT, I am fluent in Armenian and have a strong history of working with clients with varying challenges. I practice individual, family and couples therapy and also provide tele-medicine, ( via phone and video sessions) . My overall approach to treatment is focused on decreasing unwanted symptoms/stressors, increasing coping skills and improving overall wellbeing."
Tricia Kayiatos-Smith, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
Verified by Psychology Today
"Therapy can be a transformative experience of acknowledging Self and finding a higher level of functioning. The relationship between therapist and client facilitates gentle and foundational changes aiming to discard dysfunctional coping skills and to acquire healthier tools for living. I intend to create an accepting and nonjudgmental space and connect with my clients through compassion, empathy and unconditional positive regard. I understand and cherish the intimacy and honor that is my role in my clients' lives."
Gay Allied
(323) 831-7107
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Gay Allied
"Therapy can be a transformative experience of acknowledging Self and finding a higher level of functioning. The relationship between therapist and client facilitates gentle and foundational changes aiming to discard dysfunctional coping skills and to acquire healthier tools for living. I intend to create an accepting and nonjudgmental space and connect with my clients through compassion, empathy and unconditional positive regard. I understand and cherish the intimacy and honor that is my role in my clients' lives."
Shannon N Daneshrad, Marriage & Family Therapist Associate
Marriage & Family Therapist Associate, Psy.D, M.A.
Verified by Psychology Today
"Shannon Daneshrad, M.A., MFTi is a Marriage and Family Therapist Intern (IMF #97344) who practices individual and couples psychotherapy under the supervision of Paula Bruce, Ph.D. She received her Master's of Arts in Clinical Psychology, with an emphasis in Marriage and Family Therapy from Pepperdine University. She is currently working on her Doctorate (Psy. D.) in Applied Clinical Psychology from The Chicago School of Professional Psychology, Los Angeles. Shannon has experience working with a wide range of clients (children, teens and adults) in a variety of areas including anxiety, depression, trauma, substance abuse, intimacy, ASD, ADHD and relational issues."
Gay Allied
(213) 516-8792
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Gay Allied
"Shannon Daneshrad, M.A., MFTi is a Marriage and Family Therapist Intern (IMF #97344) who practices individual and couples psychotherapy under the supervision of Paula Bruce, Ph.D. She received her Master's of Arts in Clinical Psychology, with an emphasis in Marriage and Family Therapy from Pepperdine University. She is currently working on her Doctorate (Psy. D.) in Applied Clinical Psychology from The Chicago School of Professional Psychology, Los Angeles. Shannon has experience working with a wide range of clients (children, teens and adults) in a variety of areas including anxiety, depression, trauma, substance abuse, intimacy, ASD, ADHD and relational issues."
Anxiety Depression And Trauma Emdr Therapy Downtown Los Angeles Therapist Sergio Ocampo, Marriage & Family Therapist
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, MFT, SEP, BsE, EMDR II
Verified by Psychology Today
"Do LOVE and HAPPINESS elude you? Are you FEELING DOWN and blue or ON EDGE and irritable? Did something harmful, hurtful, or devastating happen long ago that still haunts and negatively influences you today? If you have the need to talk to someone in a safe, secure, confidential environment, I can help. Childhood experiences, traumatic events, and family issues often stay with us throughout our lives. These can affect our moods and views of the world and may show up as anxiety, depression and even PTSD symptoms – sleepless nights, constant worrying, and a sense of emptiness are not uncommon."
Gay Allied
(626) 406-2385
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Gay Allied
"Do LOVE and HAPPINESS elude you? Are you FEELING DOWN and blue or ON EDGE and irritable? Did something harmful, hurtful, or devastating happen long ago that still haunts and negatively influences you today? If you have the need to talk to someone in a safe, secure, confidential environment, I can help. Childhood experiences, traumatic events, and family issues often stay with us throughout our lives. These can affect our moods and views of the world and may show up as anxiety, depression and even PTSD symptoms – sleepless nights, constant worrying, and a sense of emptiness are not uncommon."
Kimberly Cox, Marriage & Family Therapist
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
Verified by Psychology Today
"One's experience with fear, stress, sadness or uncomfortable feelings in general can have major impacts on how we view ourselves and the world. However, when provided with therapeutic guidance, collaboration, skills training, education and support, I have learned that one can cultivate courage, growth and resilience that allows them to reengage in life in meaningful ways. The process of therapy is a collaborative one and I believe that the relationship we develop through our work together should aid in instilling hope and increasing motivation to tackle whatever challenges you face. "
Gay Allied
(323) 870-6462
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Gay Allied
"One's experience with fear, stress, sadness or uncomfortable feelings in general can have major impacts on how we view ourselves and the world. However, when provided with therapeutic guidance, collaboration, skills training, education and support, I have learned that one can cultivate courage, growth and resilience that allows them to reengage in life in meaningful ways. The process of therapy is a collaborative one and I believe that the relationship we develop through our work together should aid in instilling hope and increasing motivation to tackle whatever challenges you face. "
Adaobi Anyeji, Psychologist
Psychologist, PhD
Verified by Psychology Today
"The weight of emotional pain can be unbearable and lonely. It is difficult, impossible even, to envision feeling better, feeling fulfilled, feeling connected or just feeling like yourself again. These emotions may result from depression, anxiety, grief, relationship problems, pregnancy issues, or life/work stressors. I understand how daunting this first step can be and I provide a safe, warm space to help you make your way through this."
Gay Allied
(213) 292-5181
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Gay Allied
"The weight of emotional pain can be unbearable and lonely. It is difficult, impossible even, to envision feeling better, feeling fulfilled, feeling connected or just feeling like yourself again. These emotions may result from depression, anxiety, grief, relationship problems, pregnancy issues, or life/work stressors. I understand how daunting this first step can be and I provide a safe, warm space to help you make your way through this."
Paul Kindman, Marriage & Family Therapist
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT
Verified by Psychology Today
"I have always been in awe of the resilience of human beings. We live; we stumble, we hurt, we heal. If we have the courage to reach for a helping hand, together we can learn to thrive again. I reject the idea that we as individuals are the sole cause of our distress. Instead, I work with my clients to build awareness of the strengths they already possess, help them connect to additional resources, and build a lasting community to support them. "
Gay Allied
(628) 210-3268
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Gay Allied
"I have always been in awe of the resilience of human beings. We live; we stumble, we hurt, we heal. If we have the courage to reach for a helping hand, together we can learn to thrive again. I reject the idea that we as individuals are the sole cause of our distress. Instead, I work with my clients to build awareness of the strengths they already possess, help them connect to additional resources, and build a lasting community to support them. "
Dean Buckley, Marriage & Family Therapist
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, MFTI
Verified by Psychology Today
"Are you struggling in a relationship, or with your family? Do you need tools to relieve your depression or anxiety? Do you feel controlled by sexual desire? I can help you work on these issues & many others, to help you find ways ways to lead a life with more enthusiasm and joy."
Gay Allied
(213) 955-7414
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Gay Allied
"Are you struggling in a relationship, or with your family? Do you need tools to relieve your depression or anxiety? Do you feel controlled by sexual desire? I can help you work on these issues & many others, to help you find ways ways to lead a life with more enthusiasm and joy."
Martin Rodarte, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
Verified by Psychology Today
"My approach to psychotherapy is to help you achieve the emotional stability and personal growth you have wanted. I understand that disorders such as anxiety and depression (these are just some of the disorders that I have a great deal of experience in) can really impact your quality of life, and make it hard to engage in a fulfilling and meaningful daily experience. With the mental health services that I have to offer, you can learn to cope better with past, current, and even future problems, so that you may achieve your life worth living."
Gay Allied
(323) 553-5448
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Gay Allied
"My approach to psychotherapy is to help you achieve the emotional stability and personal growth you have wanted. I understand that disorders such as anxiety and depression (these are just some of the disorders that I have a great deal of experience in) can really impact your quality of life, and make it hard to engage in a fulfilling and meaningful daily experience. With the mental health services that I have to offer, you can learn to cope better with past, current, and even future problems, so that you may achieve your life worth living."
Matthew Shima, Marriage & Family Therapist
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT
Verified by Psychology Today
"I am so glad you are here. Whatever challenges you may bring, I welcome you. I think of therapy as time we set aside to dedicate ourselves to moving beyond what keeps us stuck. It is a time of learning and expanding ourselves. A time of exploring who we are and how we want to relate to the world around us. I believe in you and trust that you have what it takes to become more of the person you want to be. Let's figure this out."
Gay Allied
(805) 669-9209
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Gay Allied
"I am so glad you are here. Whatever challenges you may bring, I welcome you. I think of therapy as time we set aside to dedicate ourselves to moving beyond what keeps us stuck. It is a time of learning and expanding ourselves. A time of exploring who we are and how we want to relate to the world around us. I believe in you and trust that you have what it takes to become more of the person you want to be. Let's figure this out."
Jeremy Fain, Associate Clinical Social Worker
Associate Clinical Social Worker, MSW, ASW
Verified by Psychology Today
"I am one of the few Existential Therapists in Los Angeles who specializes in treating anxiety and depression. What distinguishes me as Existential is my emphasis on the four concerns of existence. These are the inevitability of death for each of us and for those we love; the absence of any obvious meaning to life; our ultimate aloneness; and the freedom to make our lives as we will. I believe that our individuality is formed by our beliefs about these concerns. Anxiety stems from a denial of them. Depression stems from a feeling of powerlessness in the face of them. Change occurs when you know what you believe."
Gay Allied
(973) 363-3067
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Gay Allied
"I am one of the few Existential Therapists in Los Angeles who specializes in treating anxiety and depression. What distinguishes me as Existential is my emphasis on the four concerns of existence. These are the inevitability of death for each of us and for those we love; the absence of any obvious meaning to life; our ultimate aloneness; and the freedom to make our lives as we will. I believe that our individuality is formed by our beliefs about these concerns. Anxiety stems from a denial of them. Depression stems from a feeling of powerlessness in the face of them. Change occurs when you know what you believe."
Kira Tirimacco, Marriage & Family Therapist
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
Verified by Psychology Today
"Let's work together! In these dark and complicated times, our lives and culture are more complex and stressful than ever before, often taking a toll on our relationships. This is often the motivation that brings clients to therapy because it's the relationship with ourselves, our loved ones, our community, and the world that powerfully defines whether or not we feel satisfied and happy with our life. I'd like to help you deepen your awareness of how you relate to yourself and others and support you in navigating your world. We will work toward increasing your resiliency and making a change, if that's what you need. Let me help you. "
Gay Allied
(323) 886-9721
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Gay Allied
"Let's work together! In these dark and complicated times, our lives and culture are more complex and stressful than ever before, often taking a toll on our relationships. This is often the motivation that brings clients to therapy because it's the relationship with ourselves, our loved ones, our community, and the world that powerfully defines whether or not we feel satisfied and happy with our life. I'd like to help you deepen your awareness of how you relate to yourself and others and support you in navigating your world. We will work toward increasing your resiliency and making a change, if that's what you need. Let me help you. "
Paul & Kaitlin Kindman / Couples Therapy, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Verified by Psychology Today
"We NEED each other. As humans we are social creatures built for connection, thus we thrive when we are in close relationships…AND being in relationship is no easy task! We are here to help. We work with relationships at all stages, including early partnering, long term partners/marriages, alternative formations, as well as separations. We assist you in improving the quality of your connection, feeling more relationship security, and better meeting each others’ needs. Working together as a couple ourselves, we create a more balanced configuration that provides equality, builds trust, and offers multiple perspectives in the room."
Gay Allied
(213) 806-6986
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Gay Allied
"We NEED each other. As humans we are social creatures built for connection, thus we thrive when we are in close relationships…AND being in relationship is no easy task! We are here to help. We work with relationships at all stages, including early partnering, long term partners/marriages, alternative formations, as well as separations. We assist you in improving the quality of your connection, feeling more relationship security, and better meeting each others’ needs. Working together as a couple ourselves, we create a more balanced configuration that provides equality, builds trust, and offers multiple perspectives in the room."
Jessica R. Sardas, Marriage & Family Therapist Associate
Marriage & Family Therapist Associate, AMFT
Verified by Psychology Today
"Do you ever feel like you have to hide parts of who you are from the rest of the world? Are you stuck in patterns that feel hard to break? I’m here to help you work through these issues. Many people I work with come in for anxiety, difficulties in relationships, boundaries, perfectionism, creative blocks, low self-esteem. You don't have to handle these struggles alone. Being in therapy can help you find new perspectives around old issues that keep coming up. I also work with and celebrate people of all genders and sexualities. I maintain curiosity about your unique identity and find it important to hold space for all of you."
Gay Allied
(323) 694-2081
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Gay Allied
"Do you ever feel like you have to hide parts of who you are from the rest of the world? Are you stuck in patterns that feel hard to break? I’m here to help you work through these issues. Many people I work with come in for anxiety, difficulties in relationships, boundaries, perfectionism, creative blocks, low self-esteem. You don't have to handle these struggles alone. Being in therapy can help you find new perspectives around old issues that keep coming up. I also work with and celebrate people of all genders and sexualities. I maintain curiosity about your unique identity and find it important to hold space for all of you."
Charmaine Nooshin Herzig, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, Ms Ed.
Verified by Psychology Today
"My office is a safe place where you can just sit and be listened to. It's uninterrupted time to address your thoughts and feelings. .I do have some specializations, yet I see all kinds of clients with all kinds of struggles. I see children, teens and adults. Depression, anxiety, health issues (breast cancer) and life stage crisis's are within my scope of expertise."
Gay Allied
(805) 360-5270
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Gay Allied
"My office is a safe place where you can just sit and be listened to. It's uninterrupted time to address your thoughts and feelings. .I do have some specializations, yet I see all kinds of clients with all kinds of struggles. I see children, teens and adults. Depression, anxiety, health issues (breast cancer) and life stage crisis's are within my scope of expertise."
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. "
Gay Allied
(310) 220-4047
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Gay Allied
"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. "
Manuel Mercado, Marriage & Family Therapist
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT
Verified by Psychology Today
"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."
Gay Allied
(626) 325-0107
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Gay Allied
"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."
Rachel E Levenfeld, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
Verified by Psychology Today
" We often come to therapy when we are at a turning point in our lives where we are looking for change. We are all on a different path, but that does not mean we need to be on this path alone. In life, we face many challenges and sometimes we find we are facing the same challenges over and over again. I strive to help people break unhealthy and unhelpful patterns in their lives. I believe in self determination and meeting people where they're at. I try to create a warm, supportive and nonjudgmental environment in which you can gain insight into yourself and the path that is right for you. "
Gay Allied
(323) 798-9499
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Gay Allied
" We often come to therapy when we are at a turning point in our lives where we are looking for change. We are all on a different path, but that does not mean we need to be on this path alone. In life, we face many challenges and sometimes we find we are facing the same challenges over and over again. I strive to help people break unhealthy and unhelpful patterns in their lives. I believe in self determination and meeting people where they're at. I try to create a warm, supportive and nonjudgmental environment in which you can gain insight into yourself and the path that is right for you. "
Vanessa Setteducato, Marriage & Family Therapist Associate
Marriage & Family Therapist Associate, AMFT
Verified by Psychology Today
"You are not bad because you’re struggling, you are not weak because you’re experiencing pain, and you are not undeserving of love because hope eludes you now. Your suffering is real and, with the right support, it can be the path that leads you to deeper self-knowledge and a more empowered relationship with life. I offer support to adolescents, adults, individuals, and couples, and have particular experience in working with disordered eating/ binge eating, body image, depression, anxiety, military veterans, trauma, and life transitions."
Gay Allied
(213) 814-0016
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Gay Allied
"You are not bad because you’re struggling, you are not weak because you’re experiencing pain, and you are not undeserving of love because hope eludes you now. Your suffering is real and, with the right support, it can be the path that leads you to deeper self-knowledge and a more empowered relationship with life. I offer support to adolescents, adults, individuals, and couples, and have particular experience in working with disordered eating/ binge eating, body image, depression, anxiety, military veterans, trauma, and life transitions."
Alo Johnston, Marriage & Family Therapist
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT
Verified by Psychology Today
"We live in a world of countless binaries, expectations, and assumptions about our lives, and escaping them in order to come into our own can be an incredibly difficult process. Perhaps you are here because you are struggling with obstacles in your life, or feel lost and unsure of what's next for you. Perhaps you are struggling with your identity or your personal relationships. Whatever the reason, you have already begun the process of seeking help and that means a great deal."
Gay Allied
Gay Allied
"We live in a world of countless binaries, expectations, and assumptions about our lives, and escaping them in order to come into our own can be an incredibly difficult process. Perhaps you are here because you are struggling with obstacles in your life, or feel lost and unsure of what's next for you. Perhaps you are struggling with your identity or your personal relationships. Whatever the reason, you have already begun the process of seeking help and that means a great deal."

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If you're gay or are looking for help with being gay in 90009 or for an 90009 gay therapist, these professionals provide therapy for gays in 90009 and counseling for gays or gay clients. Not all those listed here are gay themselves. They are sensitive to the gay lifestyle in 90009 or 90009 homosexual life, including gay couples, gay marriage in 90009, gay teens and gay parenting. Counseling may include LGBT Counseling in 90009, LGBTQ or 90009 GLBT Counseling.

How can I tell if a therapist is right for me?
Therapists in 90009 are able to work with a wide range of issues.

For example, if you're seeking a marriage counselor in 90009 you'll find that most therapists are trained in marriage counseling or couples counseling in 90009 and couples therapy. And they welcome families for family counseling in 90009 or family therapy in 90009.