Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
Verified by Psychology Today
"I have maintained a private practice providing individual, couple, and group psychotherapy in the Los Angeles area for the last 21 years. Life is not easy, and sometimes it gets really hard. But the measure of success is how we cope with life's challenges. I believe that therapy is at its core simply a relationship between two people, one of whom shares those life concerns which are most pressing, painful, or frustrating, while the other is genuinely committed to helping understand those concerns and to facilitating the personal changes most desired."
Gay Allied
(323) 825-0855
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Gay Allied
"I have maintained a private practice providing individual, couple, and group psychotherapy in the Los Angeles area for the last 21 years. Life is not easy, and sometimes it gets really hard. But the measure of success is how we cope with life's challenges. I believe that therapy is at its core simply a relationship between two people, one of whom shares those life concerns which are most pressing, painful, or frustrating, while the other is genuinely committed to helping understand those concerns and to facilitating the personal changes most desired."
Jonathan Vickburg, Marriage & Family Therapist
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT
Verified by Psychology Today
"Relationships, work, and life, in general, can be tough. Being told, "it will get better" or "time will help", although well intended, doesn't help. Being able to connect with someone who listens, connects with you, is honest and direct about challenges in order to help you navigate through the process can help."
Gay Allied
(424) 235-1360
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Gay Allied
"Relationships, work, and life, in general, can be tough. Being told, "it will get better" or "time will help", although well intended, doesn't help. Being able to connect with someone who listens, connects with you, is honest and direct about challenges in order to help you navigate through the process can help."
John D Berndt, Marriage & Family Therapist
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
Verified by Psychology Today
"I am a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist helping couples who are repeatedly caught in conflict find better ways of communicating. I enjoy helping couples work together toward changing their interactions to more positive, more productive and less stressful patterns of communication. I strive to create a collaborative, nonjudgmental space where both members of a couple will feel heard and understood. I also help individuals connect with others, strengthen their core identity and live more authentic lives. I love helping people create stronger, more meaningful relationships with themselves and with others."
Gay Allied
(323) 312-5199
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Gay Allied
"I am a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist helping couples who are repeatedly caught in conflict find better ways of communicating. I enjoy helping couples work together toward changing their interactions to more positive, more productive and less stressful patterns of communication. I strive to create a collaborative, nonjudgmental space where both members of a couple will feel heard and understood. I also help individuals connect with others, strengthen their core identity and live more authentic lives. I love helping people create stronger, more meaningful relationships with themselves and with others."
Melinda A Duran, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
Verified by Psychology Today
"As we navigate through life, we experience ups and downs, and each of us perceives our experiences in a unique way. Sometimes negative life experiences can take a toll on us; emotionally, mentally and physically. For some, the ability to overcome obstacles is a constant struggle. Over time, this can be detrimental to a person’s overall quality of life. Experiencing losses, trauma, anxiety and depression can make an indelible impression, but they do not have to define a person. We are in control of how we respond to the issues we face. "
Gay Allied
(626) 406-2471
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Gay Allied
"As we navigate through life, we experience ups and downs, and each of us perceives our experiences in a unique way. Sometimes negative life experiences can take a toll on us; emotionally, mentally and physically. For some, the ability to overcome obstacles is a constant struggle. Over time, this can be detrimental to a person’s overall quality of life. Experiencing losses, trauma, anxiety and depression can make an indelible impression, but they do not have to define a person. We are in control of how we respond to the issues we face. "
Dr. Sarah Schewitz, Psychologist
Psychologist, PsyD
Verified by Psychology Today
"You’re not sure how it happened, but you don’t recognize the person sleeping next to you anymore. It’s terrifying and heartbreaking to think that this might be the end of your relationship. Maybe it started after you moved in together, or maybe you’re just now realizing that you might not be as compatible as you always thought you were. Either way, there’s this distance between the two of you that cannot be ignored anymore. You’ve become nothing more than roommates, or worse, enemies. You want so much more for your relationship. You really want this to work but you're afraid it might be too late."
Gay Allied
(424) 383-7907
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Gay Allied
"You’re not sure how it happened, but you don’t recognize the person sleeping next to you anymore. It’s terrifying and heartbreaking to think that this might be the end of your relationship. Maybe it started after you moved in together, or maybe you’re just now realizing that you might not be as compatible as you always thought you were. Either way, there’s this distance between the two of you that cannot be ignored anymore. You’ve become nothing more than roommates, or worse, enemies. You want so much more for your relationship. You really want this to work but you're afraid it might be too late."
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."
Gay Allied
(323) 694-3173
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Gay Allied
"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."
Shemena Johnson, Marriage & Family Therapist
Marriage & Family Therapist, PsyD, LMFT
Verified by Psychology Today
"Suffering through hardships with the support of others is far better than suffering alone. Once we begin to understand the causes of our problems, discomforts and deprivations, then relief can happen. Psychotherapy is helpful in discovering the challenges and conflicts responsible for one's difficulties, often bringing about a new perspective that can help an individual view themselves through a lens of compassion and empathy. I believe change is facilitated when a person feels understood in their own pain."
Gay Allied
(323) 391-1404
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Gay Allied
"Suffering through hardships with the support of others is far better than suffering alone. Once we begin to understand the causes of our problems, discomforts and deprivations, then relief can happen. Psychotherapy is helpful in discovering the challenges and conflicts responsible for one's difficulties, often bringing about a new perspective that can help an individual view themselves through a lens of compassion and empathy. I believe change is facilitated when a person feels understood in their own pain."
Patricia Stephens, Marriage & Family Therapist
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
Verified by Psychology Today
"EVENING APPOINTMENTS AVAILABLE NOW!! Life is challenging and it never stays the same! Sometimes we find ourselves in a tough place where we need help to find our way through the changes. I believe that the work of therapy is about finding the courage to change the things you can change, finding the peace and serenity to live with what you can't and most importantly, figuring out which is which."
Gay Allied
(818) 293-1626
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Gay Allied
"EVENING APPOINTMENTS AVAILABLE NOW!! Life is challenging and it never stays the same! Sometimes we find ourselves in a tough place where we need help to find our way through the changes. I believe that the work of therapy is about finding the courage to change the things you can change, finding the peace and serenity to live with what you can't and most importantly, figuring out which is which."
Lisa Kimsey, Marriage & Family Therapist
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT, MA
Verified by Psychology Today
"If you are trans*, gender non-binary, and/or queer-identified, you have probably faced a very unique set of challenges in your life. Whether you're considering possible next steps or you've been living authentically for years, you'll find a safe, compassionate, and empathetic space to navigate and process your life in my office. You may be facing relationship issues, work challenges, or trying to understand the "why" behind the things you do. Let's explore how you got to where you are, where you might go from here, and what the future may hold for you."
Gay Allied
(323) 689-5655
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Gay Allied
"If you are trans*, gender non-binary, and/or queer-identified, you have probably faced a very unique set of challenges in your life. Whether you're considering possible next steps or you've been living authentically for years, you'll find a safe, compassionate, and empathetic space to navigate and process your life in my office. You may be facing relationship issues, work challenges, or trying to understand the "why" behind the things you do. Let's explore how you got to where you are, where you might go from here, and what the future may hold for you."
Brett D. Morana, Psychologist
Psychologist, PsyD
Verified by Psychology Today
"Although "pain" is something we would like to avoid, it is an inevitable part of life. But the positive aspect of painful experiences is that they can provide the opportunity to change... change that helps us grow and transform ourselves, bringing our lives a deeper sense of meaning. It is often very difficult to recognize these positive life changing opportunities while in the midst of profound pain or even after it subsides but that is where therapy can help. Collaborative work in therapy can facilitate awareness, promote healing, and illuminate paths for change leading to a more meaningful relationship with yourself and others..."
Gay Allied
(323) 400-6276
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Gay Allied
"Although "pain" is something we would like to avoid, it is an inevitable part of life. But the positive aspect of painful experiences is that they can provide the opportunity to change... change that helps us grow and transform ourselves, bringing our lives a deeper sense of meaning. It is often very difficult to recognize these positive life changing opportunities while in the midst of profound pain or even after it subsides but that is where therapy can help. Collaborative work in therapy can facilitate awareness, promote healing, and illuminate paths for change leading to a more meaningful relationship with yourself and others..."
Richard(Rick) Deaton, Psychologist
Psychologist, PsyD
Verified by Psychology Today
"I treat both couples and individuals (18+) and tailor psychotherapy to meet the goals and needs of the patient. The therapeutic relationship is especially important and my goal is to provide a collaborative and interactive psychotherapy experience. I have almost 20 years experience treating people who experience depression, anxiety and bipolar disorder and symptoms of alcohol and drug abuse. I also have the experience and privilege of serving a culturally and ethnically diverse population, including the gay and lesbian community. My office is conveniently located with free parking in the mid-Wilshire area of Los Angeles near the Beverly Center."
Gay Allied
(213) 400-2434
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Gay Allied
"I treat both couples and individuals (18+) and tailor psychotherapy to meet the goals and needs of the patient. The therapeutic relationship is especially important and my goal is to provide a collaborative and interactive psychotherapy experience. I have almost 20 years experience treating people who experience depression, anxiety and bipolar disorder and symptoms of alcohol and drug abuse. I also have the experience and privilege of serving a culturally and ethnically diverse population, including the gay and lesbian community. My office is conveniently located with free parking in the mid-Wilshire area of Los Angeles near the Beverly Center."
Grant Courtney, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
Verified by Psychology Today
"The process of finding that right fit of a therapeutic relationship in which you feel comfortable can be overwhelming. Whether you have a specific issue, or you are experiencing discontentment and are unsure about what needs to change, the experience of psychotherapy can be rich and valuable - something most could benefit from at some point in their lives. I create a welcoming and accepting environment in which you are able to identify what needs to change and work toward solutions using practical strategies to provide coping, understanding of your thought processes and support for whatever you are going through."
Gay Allied
(424) 332-5857
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Gay Allied
"The process of finding that right fit of a therapeutic relationship in which you feel comfortable can be overwhelming. Whether you have a specific issue, or you are experiencing discontentment and are unsure about what needs to change, the experience of psychotherapy can be rich and valuable - something most could benefit from at some point in their lives. I create a welcoming and accepting environment in which you are able to identify what needs to change and work toward solutions using practical strategies to provide coping, understanding of your thought processes and support for whatever you are going through."
Jason Ickovitz, Marriage & Family Therapist
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT
Verified by Psychology Today
"I have been described as a good listener, empathic, honest, insightful, and compassionate. My role is to provide a supportive and comfortable environment so that clients can engage in the therapeutic process. I consider myself to be a significant part of each client's personal change. I offer a safe, non-judgmental space to gain insight and develop a path towards individual and emotional growth."
Gay Allied
(424) 800-4126
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Gay Allied
"I have been described as a good listener, empathic, honest, insightful, and compassionate. My role is to provide a supportive and comfortable environment so that clients can engage in the therapeutic process. I consider myself to be a significant part of each client's personal change. I offer a safe, non-judgmental space to gain insight and develop a path towards individual and emotional growth."
Howard M Cohen LPCC, Licensed Professional Counselor
Licensed Professional Counselor, LPCC, NCC, MS
Verified by Psychology Today
"I work with people dealing with stressful situations who find it difficult to manage their lives with ease and sense of purpose. My clients may be faced with depression and anxiety, grief and loss, addiction issues, career challenges, and family-related conflicts. I teach my clients to learn new coping methods and guide them to find the specific tools that will help them build a stronger and more satisfied self. I enjoy working with adolescents and adults on an individual basis or with loving couples to work through their personal struggles. I offer a supportive and nurturing environment."
Gay Allied
(805) 307-7634
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Gay Allied
"I work with people dealing with stressful situations who find it difficult to manage their lives with ease and sense of purpose. My clients may be faced with depression and anxiety, grief and loss, addiction issues, career challenges, and family-related conflicts. I teach my clients to learn new coping methods and guide them to find the specific tools that will help them build a stronger and more satisfied self. I enjoy working with adolescents and adults on an individual basis or with loving couples to work through their personal struggles. I offer a supportive and nurturing environment."
Kyra Haglund, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, SEP, ERYT
Verified by Psychology Today
"Kyra Haglund, LCSW, SEP, E-RYT, is a clinical social worker and Somatic Experiencing practitioner dedicated to working with adolescents and adults in individual and group therapy. She is an integrative therapist that draws on traditional psychodynamic and cognitive interventions, mindfulness practices, and somatic psychotherapy to meet the individual needs of each client. Kyra views therapy as an active process between client and therapist. Within the safe and compassionate environment of the therapeutic relationship, new perspectives on life's challenges and the ability to make healthier choices emerge. The underlying goal is to help the client live a more fulfilling life."
Gay Allied
(310) 499-2685
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Gay Allied
"Kyra Haglund, LCSW, SEP, E-RYT, is a clinical social worker and Somatic Experiencing practitioner dedicated to working with adolescents and adults in individual and group therapy. She is an integrative therapist that draws on traditional psychodynamic and cognitive interventions, mindfulness practices, and somatic psychotherapy to meet the individual needs of each client. Kyra views therapy as an active process between client and therapist. Within the safe and compassionate environment of the therapeutic relationship, new perspectives on life's challenges and the ability to make healthier choices emerge. The underlying goal is to help the client live a more fulfilling life."
Vanessa Katz, Psychologist
Psychologist, PsyD
Verified by Psychology Today
"Even though therapy can be challenging and often a painful process of self-discovery, when done in a supportive and empathic environment it can be immensely life changing. Together we will explore how the past has influenced you and make changes in the present, so you can create a more gratifying future. I have extensive experience in treating depression, life transitions, anxiety, relationship & family issues, loss & trauma and sexual abuse."
Gay Allied
(323) 870-7225
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Gay Allied
"Even though therapy can be challenging and often a painful process of self-discovery, when done in a supportive and empathic environment it can be immensely life changing. Together we will explore how the past has influenced you and make changes in the present, so you can create a more gratifying future. I have extensive experience in treating depression, life transitions, anxiety, relationship & family issues, loss & trauma and sexual abuse."
Nicoletta Heidegger, Marriage & Family Therapist
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, MEd, LMFT
Verified by Psychology Today
"Do other therapists not understand your sexual preferences? Are you struggling to connect with others or your partner? Are you satisfied? Our culture features sex everywhere, but we don't or often can't talk about it. Whether you were raised in a Catholic household that never had any discussions or displays of sexuality, or if you are looking to explore the swinging lifestyle, look no further! Sex is a complicated part of our lives- encompassing culture, religion, self esteem, time; the list goes on. Let me help you find yourself and increase pleasure and satisfaction in all aspects of your life! www.Nicolettavheidegger.com"
Gay Allied
(323) 306-3682
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Gay Allied
"Do other therapists not understand your sexual preferences? Are you struggling to connect with others or your partner? Are you satisfied? Our culture features sex everywhere, but we don't or often can't talk about it. Whether you were raised in a Catholic household that never had any discussions or displays of sexuality, or if you are looking to explore the swinging lifestyle, look no further! Sex is a complicated part of our lives- encompassing culture, religion, self esteem, time; the list goes on. Let me help you find yourself and increase pleasure and satisfaction in all aspects of your life! www.Nicolettavheidegger.com"
David M Brooks, Psychologist
Psychologist, PhD, PsyD
Verified by Psychology Today
"In our contemporary society it is easy to be content and even glad for medications that soothe symptoms, but healing comes from working through our underlying inner conflicts in a textured human relationship in which we can feel what we truly feel and become who we truly are. I believe distressful symptoms, whether depression, anxiety, anger, hurt, a sense of meaninglessness, a sense of emptiness, addictions, or behavior problems are signs. They are signs that it is time to grow our mindfulness of our underlying needs, feelings, and thereby gain choices for living more contently within our communities and families."
Gay Allied
(424) 245-0927
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Gay Allied
"In our contemporary society it is easy to be content and even glad for medications that soothe symptoms, but healing comes from working through our underlying inner conflicts in a textured human relationship in which we can feel what we truly feel and become who we truly are. I believe distressful symptoms, whether depression, anxiety, anger, hurt, a sense of meaninglessness, a sense of emptiness, addictions, or behavior problems are signs. They are signs that it is time to grow our mindfulness of our underlying needs, feelings, and thereby gain choices for living more contently within our communities and families."
Bonnie A Jacobs, Psychologist
Psychologist, PhD
Verified by Psychology Today
"Clients I see are often experiencing feelings that are disrupting their lives. You may be one of the many people who has a hard time acknowledging, asking for & accepting assistance. Therapy can help with many problems life presents such as relationship difficulties with partners, family & friends; death of a loved one; job loss; caring for someone ill; assault; rape; witnessing a crime, & other life issues. Others come to gain insight into how to make their lives better, more productive & happier. For 20 years I have helped people "get out of their own way" and see how they unknowingly sabotage themselves & relationships."
Gay Allied
(323) 284-2732
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Gay Allied
"Clients I see are often experiencing feelings that are disrupting their lives. You may be one of the many people who has a hard time acknowledging, asking for & accepting assistance. Therapy can help with many problems life presents such as relationship difficulties with partners, family & friends; death of a loved one; job loss; caring for someone ill; assault; rape; witnessing a crime, & other life issues. Others come to gain insight into how to make their lives better, more productive & happier. For 20 years I have helped people "get out of their own way" and see how they unknowingly sabotage themselves & relationships."
Shannon Hanrahan, Psychologist
Psychologist, PsyD, PhD
Verified by Psychology Today
"I help people who feel they are stuck and therefore unable to reach their full potential in various areas of their life. I work with clients to address the issues that have them stuck while offering support and education about the behavior patterns they are engaging in that are no longer effective. I encourage clients to find the balance they need to live an authentic lifestyle."
Gay Allied
(949) 390-9669
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Gay Allied
"I help people who feel they are stuck and therefore unable to reach their full potential in various areas of their life. I work with clients to address the issues that have them stuck while offering support and education about the behavior patterns they are engaging in that are no longer effective. I encourage clients to find the balance they need to live an authentic lifestyle."

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Gay Allied Counseling in 90048 for Gay Clients

If you're gay or are looking for help with being gay in 90048 or for an 90048 gay therapist, these professionals provide therapy for gays in 90048 and counseling for gays or gay clients. Not all those listed here are gay themselves. They are sensitive to the gay lifestyle in 90048 or 90048 homosexual life, including gay couples, gay marriage in 90048, gay teens and gay parenting. Counseling may include LGBT Counseling in 90048, LGBTQ or 90048 GLBT Counseling.

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.