Marriage & Family Therapist Associate, MA, AMFT
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"I believe when it comes to finding the right therapist, it is crucial to find someone who truly makes you feel seen, understood, and like things really can get better. I concentrate on the relationship between client and therapist; while fostering a climate of collaboration, support and greater self-awareness to assist and guide you through meeting your desired goals. I infuse insight, a sense of humor and interventions tailored to each unique individual's needs. Though formally trained psychodynamically, I am relationally oriented and tend to integrate elements of modalities such as CBT, Family Systems and Narrative."
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(323) 613-2578
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"I believe when it comes to finding the right therapist, it is crucial to find someone who truly makes you feel seen, understood, and like things really can get better. I concentrate on the relationship between client and therapist; while fostering a climate of collaboration, support and greater self-awareness to assist and guide you through meeting your desired goals. I infuse insight, a sense of humor and interventions tailored to each unique individual's needs. Though formally trained psychodynamically, I am relationally oriented and tend to integrate elements of modalities such as CBT, Family Systems and Narrative."
Tanya Gaum, Marriage & Family Therapist Associate
Marriage & Family Therapist Associate, MEd, MA, AMFT, APCC
Verified by Psychology Today
"I believe clients are the experts on their own lives. I take a strength-based and person-centered approach to therapy, meaning that while I see myself as a consultant in peoples' journeys toward enhanced wellness, I work in a collaborative way that keeps the client's goals and priorities front and center. During our time together, I will listen to your story, offer reflections, and ask creative questions to gain clarity and discover the deeper and richer meanings within your narrative. Together, we will work to understand your pain and to mutually identify your strengths, resources, and desired future."
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(213) 372-0264
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"I believe clients are the experts on their own lives. I take a strength-based and person-centered approach to therapy, meaning that while I see myself as a consultant in peoples' journeys toward enhanced wellness, I work in a collaborative way that keeps the client's goals and priorities front and center. During our time together, I will listen to your story, offer reflections, and ask creative questions to gain clarity and discover the deeper and richer meanings within your narrative. Together, we will work to understand your pain and to mutually identify your strengths, resources, and desired future."
Anna Selena Cho, Marriage & Family Therapist
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT, ATR
Verified by Psychology Today
"Dr. Anna Selena Cho, was born in Los Angeles and has personal experience living bi-culturally. Dr. Cho was traditionally trained in visual arts in her early developmental years and eventually obtained her Bachelor of Fine Arts at the University of Southern California, M.A. in Marriage and Family Therapy and Art Therapy at Phillips Graduate University, and her Doctorate in Applied Clinical Psychology at The Chicago School of Professional Psychology. Dr. Cho has developed programs with organizations wanting to further expand their learning standards towards socio-emotional integration."
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(310) 340-2835
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"Dr. Anna Selena Cho, was born in Los Angeles and has personal experience living bi-culturally. Dr. Cho was traditionally trained in visual arts in her early developmental years and eventually obtained her Bachelor of Fine Arts at the University of Southern California, M.A. in Marriage and Family Therapy and Art Therapy at Phillips Graduate University, and her Doctorate in Applied Clinical Psychology at The Chicago School of Professional Psychology. Dr. Cho has developed programs with organizations wanting to further expand their learning standards towards socio-emotional integration."
Jessica Dirks, Associate Clinical Social Worker
Associate Clinical Social Worker
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"If you feel that you have taken some wrong turns because your path has not led you to where you thought you would be, welcome! You’re probably struggling with some of your memories from the past, or worried about keeping up with your present, or even constantly stressing about your future! When all of these anxieties are lingering around, you can start to feel overwhelmed, drowning or just down right stuck. "
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(626) 759-4461
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"If you feel that you have taken some wrong turns because your path has not led you to where you thought you would be, welcome! You’re probably struggling with some of your memories from the past, or worried about keeping up with your present, or even constantly stressing about your future! When all of these anxieties are lingering around, you can start to feel overwhelmed, drowning or just down right stuck. "
Pamela J. Warren, Marriage & Family Therapist
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
Verified by Psychology Today
""YOUR VISION WILL BECOME CLEAR WHEN YOU LOOK INTO YOUR HEART. Who looks outside, dreams; who looks inside, awakens." Carl Jung. As a therapist, I am here to support each individual define his or her vision and life's purpose. When one feels stuck, sometimes the idea of change or transition can seem overwhelming. Issues such as anxiety, depression, addiction, relationship distress, loneliness and low-self esteem can be an indicator that a shift is imminent."
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(424) 273-8413
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""YOUR VISION WILL BECOME CLEAR WHEN YOU LOOK INTO YOUR HEART. Who looks outside, dreams; who looks inside, awakens." Carl Jung. As a therapist, I am here to support each individual define his or her vision and life's purpose. When one feels stuck, sometimes the idea of change or transition can seem overwhelming. Issues such as anxiety, depression, addiction, relationship distress, loneliness and low-self esteem can be an indicator that a shift is imminent."
Laura Kay Mclauchlin, Marriage & Family Therapist
Marriage & Family Therapist, MS, LMFT
Verified by Psychology Today
"Are you struggling with DEPRESSION or ANXIETY? Is your RELATIONSHIP stuck in negative patterns?Is SUBSTANCE USE getting in your way, or you're needing extra support in RECOVERY? Are you going through a stressful LIFE TRANSITION? If you answered "yes" to any these questions, or even "maybe", I might be the help you are looking for. I've been told by my clients that I take a more active, direct approach to therapy, and I believe humor is a great healer. It is my 1st job to help you feel completely accepted, and listened to. I want to help you achieve your therapeutic goals by learning about what motivates you as a unique individual."
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(310) 484-5715
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"Are you struggling with DEPRESSION or ANXIETY? Is your RELATIONSHIP stuck in negative patterns?Is SUBSTANCE USE getting in your way, or you're needing extra support in RECOVERY? Are you going through a stressful LIFE TRANSITION? If you answered "yes" to any these questions, or even "maybe", I might be the help you are looking for. I've been told by my clients that I take a more active, direct approach to therapy, and I believe humor is a great healer. It is my 1st job to help you feel completely accepted, and listened to. I want to help you achieve your therapeutic goals by learning about what motivates you as a unique individual."
Natalie Feinblatt, Psychologist
Psychologist, PsyD
Verified by Psychology Today
"Trauma Survivor. Alcoholic/Addict. Creative. Do at least two of these three describe you? If you're struggling to get sober, you're fearful about the impact sobriety might have on your creativity (and life in general). If you're in early sobriety, you're trying to gain your footing in a new landscape. If you're a trauma survivor, you're confused as to why your sensitivity & insight aren't helping you get to that light at the end of the tunnel. What do you do if your pain is too great to manage on your own?"
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(323) 688-4839
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"Trauma Survivor. Alcoholic/Addict. Creative. Do at least two of these three describe you? If you're struggling to get sober, you're fearful about the impact sobriety might have on your creativity (and life in general). If you're in early sobriety, you're trying to gain your footing in a new landscape. If you're a trauma survivor, you're confused as to why your sensitivity & insight aren't helping you get to that light at the end of the tunnel. What do you do if your pain is too great to manage on your own?"
Erika Ober, Marriage & Family Therapist
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT
Verified by Psychology Today
"While I love working with women in their 20's and 30's, I am also VERY passionate about working with adolescents and their families! This is such a crucial time in our brain's development, and my goal in therapy is to assist my client's and their parents in learning how to manage the complexities of this dynamic period of life. Teenage years are a time of rapid growth and desire for autonomy. This can be very disruptive to the family system without the proper tools to manage the overwhelming emotions that adolescence is infamously known for, and unfortuantely some teens turn to unhelpful coping tools to avoid discomfort and stress. "
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(213) 292-5354
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"While I love working with women in their 20's and 30's, I am also VERY passionate about working with adolescents and their families! This is such a crucial time in our brain's development, and my goal in therapy is to assist my client's and their parents in learning how to manage the complexities of this dynamic period of life. Teenage years are a time of rapid growth and desire for autonomy. This can be very disruptive to the family system without the proper tools to manage the overwhelming emotions that adolescence is infamously known for, and unfortuantely some teens turn to unhelpful coping tools to avoid discomfort and stress. "
Lara (Ko) Kim, Marriage & Family Therapist
Marriage & Family Therapist, MS, LMFT
Verified by Psychology Today
"Marriage and Family Therapy is a second career for me and one that I was drawn to by a deeply held conviction that people are capable of change. My passion for therapy is founded on the belief that we do not have to be bound by our wounds or fears. While these are important parts of our journey, they do not have to define who we are nor who we can become."
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(626) 658-3775
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"Marriage and Family Therapy is a second career for me and one that I was drawn to by a deeply held conviction that people are capable of change. My passion for therapy is founded on the belief that we do not have to be bound by our wounds or fears. While these are important parts of our journey, they do not have to define who we are nor who we can become."
West Los Angeles, Psychologist
Psychologist, PsyD
Verified by Psychology Today
"We all have experienced times of overwhelm, sadness, and worry, or simply just finding ourselves at a crossroad. These situations can leave us feeling uncertain about how to move forward successfully in our lives. Psychotherapy can help you discover your innate strengths and resources to cope with while also facilitating the process of growth. "
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(310) 853-2072
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"We all have experienced times of overwhelm, sadness, and worry, or simply just finding ourselves at a crossroad. These situations can leave us feeling uncertain about how to move forward successfully in our lives. Psychotherapy can help you discover your innate strengths and resources to cope with while also facilitating the process of growth. "
Lydia Kosinar, Marriage & Family Therapist
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
Verified by Psychology Today
"As a marriage and family therapist, I believe that with a strong therapeutic relationship and using the treatment modalities that best fit your needs you can overcome your struggles and live life to its fullest potential. I am experienced in Dialectical Behavioral Therapy as well as Psychodynamic, Mindfulness and Client-Oriented therapeutic techniques to assist individuals, children, couples, or families to improve their ability to manage stress, depressive symptoms and anxiety, cope with emotional difficulties, relapse prevention issues, develop insight and improve their communications."
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(254) 534-6648
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"As a marriage and family therapist, I believe that with a strong therapeutic relationship and using the treatment modalities that best fit your needs you can overcome your struggles and live life to its fullest potential. I am experienced in Dialectical Behavioral Therapy as well as Psychodynamic, Mindfulness and Client-Oriented therapeutic techniques to assist individuals, children, couples, or families to improve their ability to manage stress, depressive symptoms and anxiety, cope with emotional difficulties, relapse prevention issues, develop insight and improve their communications."
Richard Espinoza, Psy.D., Psychologist PC, Psychologist
Psychologist, PsyD
Verified by Psychology Today
"You might have what people think is a "good life," but feel something is missing. And while you may be able to get out of bed in the morning, you might feel it's harder for you than others. You may be struggling with: intense emotions; anxiety; depression; personal or professional life changes; excessive worry; difficult relationships or falling into old romantic habits; difficult break-ups or divorce; grief or feelings of guilt; chronic pain; substance or behavioral addictions; feelings of isolation; adjustments to growing older; fear of mental decline or dementia; poor self-esteem; or LGBTQQIA2 concerns."
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(323) 909-4461
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"You might have what people think is a "good life," but feel something is missing. And while you may be able to get out of bed in the morning, you might feel it's harder for you than others. You may be struggling with: intense emotions; anxiety; depression; personal or professional life changes; excessive worry; difficult relationships or falling into old romantic habits; difficult break-ups or divorce; grief or feelings of guilt; chronic pain; substance or behavioral addictions; feelings of isolation; adjustments to growing older; fear of mental decline or dementia; poor self-esteem; or LGBTQQIA2 concerns."
Leila Farjami, MA, LMFT, EMDR, Marriage & Family Therapist
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT, EMDR
Verified by Psychology Today
"Welcome to my profile page! Your life matters. If you have felt that you have walked through the darkness for a while or a long time, carrying the burdens of past losses or traumas, I'm here to work with you in bringing back light and joy to your life. Taking the first step can be intimidating but the journey of self-knowledge is immensely rewarding and liberating. I have had years of professional experience and training to feel confident in addressing a variety of symptoms and issues such as anxiety, shame, depression, PTSD, grief, relationship conflicts, addiction and co-dependency, and life transitions. "
Lesbian
(310) 359-9160
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Lesbian
"Welcome to my profile page! Your life matters. If you have felt that you have walked through the darkness for a while or a long time, carrying the burdens of past losses or traumas, I'm here to work with you in bringing back light and joy to your life. Taking the first step can be intimidating but the journey of self-knowledge is immensely rewarding and liberating. I have had years of professional experience and training to feel confident in addressing a variety of symptoms and issues such as anxiety, shame, depression, PTSD, grief, relationship conflicts, addiction and co-dependency, and life transitions. "
Lorraine Watkins, Marriage & Family Therapist
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT
Verified by Psychology Today
"Stuck? In pain? Contemplating a life change, or just had one thrust upon you? Let's explore your options and make things better. Call for a free consult. Day, evening, and weekend appointments available."
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(310) 773-5164
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"Stuck? In pain? Contemplating a life change, or just had one thrust upon you? Let's explore your options and make things better. Call for a free consult. Day, evening, and weekend appointments available."
Psychologist, PhD, MPP
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"My work as a psychologist is rooted in a profound belief that by recognizing and honoring our complex, messy life stories with honesty and gentleness, we lay the foundation to heal the obstacles preventing us from building fulfilling, meaningful lives. Throughout life, we all create narratives about ourselves to help us survive. These narratives are shaped by myriad factors (individual life experiences, relationships, intergenerational legacies, and experiences of oppression/privilege, belonging/rejection, among others). Over time, our narratives and coping mechanisms fall short. We wonder, what went wrong?Why? What's wrong with me?"
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(310) 879-1637
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"My work as a psychologist is rooted in a profound belief that by recognizing and honoring our complex, messy life stories with honesty and gentleness, we lay the foundation to heal the obstacles preventing us from building fulfilling, meaningful lives. Throughout life, we all create narratives about ourselves to help us survive. These narratives are shaped by myriad factors (individual life experiences, relationships, intergenerational legacies, and experiences of oppression/privilege, belonging/rejection, among others). Over time, our narratives and coping mechanisms fall short. We wonder, what went wrong?Why? What's wrong with me?"
Raymond F Bakaitis, Psychologist
Psychologist
Verified by Psychology Today
"I've been practicing for 30 thirty years. I work mostly with relationship and sexual problems and with mood disorders. I find that people's needs in psychotherapy differ. Some persons need a safe place to explore their inner life. Others need direct advice. Most people need both and I try to provide both. I think it helps people to understand their current problems in the context of their personality and the greater arc of their life, that is, their past, present, and where they can head."
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(310) 256-2753
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"I've been practicing for 30 thirty years. I work mostly with relationship and sexual problems and with mood disorders. I find that people's needs in psychotherapy differ. Some persons need a safe place to explore their inner life. Others need direct advice. Most people need both and I try to provide both. I think it helps people to understand their current problems in the context of their personality and the greater arc of their life, that is, their past, present, and where they can head."
Erin G Amini, Marriage & Family Therapist
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
Verified by Psychology Today
"We often feel lost when solutions cannot be found for the challenges we face. It's at this point that our challenges become obstacles that block us from fully living our lives. Unfortunately, time doesn't heal all pain and our anxiety, anger, depression, and fear don't always go away on their own. As a therapist, my goal is to help you better understand yourself, find purpose in your pain, alleviate your stress, and make more space for creativity, love, and happiness in your life."
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(310) 776-6045
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"We often feel lost when solutions cannot be found for the challenges we face. It's at this point that our challenges become obstacles that block us from fully living our lives. Unfortunately, time doesn't heal all pain and our anxiety, anger, depression, and fear don't always go away on their own. As a therapist, my goal is to help you better understand yourself, find purpose in your pain, alleviate your stress, and make more space for creativity, love, and happiness in your life."
Steven Reigns, Marriage & Family Therapist
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
Verified by Psychology Today
"Relationship stress, conflict, and anxiety can rob the joy of dating and being in love. The pain of not fully connecting, cheating, and addiction issues with a loved one can feel unstabilizing. "
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(323) 621-3501
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"Relationship stress, conflict, and anxiety can rob the joy of dating and being in love. The pain of not fully connecting, cheating, and addiction issues with a loved one can feel unstabilizing. "
Cristina Benitez Allen, Marriage & Family Therapist Associate
Marriage & Family Therapist Associate, MA, AMFT
Verified by Psychology Today
"None of us choose the suffering in our lives. Often we suffer in silence, sensing that talking about our problems leads to more pain, confusion, guilt, and shame. And sometimes the stories we tell about ourselves, about our lives, childhood, parents, partner, children, culture, only cements the groove in the record. Going over all the tales of disappointment can leave us feeling misunderstood, bitter, and mistrusting that we will ever be fully received, seen, and valued. What we really want is not for someone to tell us we have depression or anxiety, we want a magic wand."
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(213) 293-1056
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"None of us choose the suffering in our lives. Often we suffer in silence, sensing that talking about our problems leads to more pain, confusion, guilt, and shame. And sometimes the stories we tell about ourselves, about our lives, childhood, parents, partner, children, culture, only cements the groove in the record. Going over all the tales of disappointment can leave us feeling misunderstood, bitter, and mistrusting that we will ever be fully received, seen, and valued. What we really want is not for someone to tell us we have depression or anxiety, we want a magic wand."
Kevin Wittenberg, Psychologist
Psychologist, PhD
Verified by Psychology Today
"Our capacity to connect, both with ourselves (i.e. our passions, feelings, and body) and with others, is crucial to our feelings of well-being. When we connect, we generally feel a sense of aliveness in ourselves and the world. When we can't connect, we feel anxious, isolated, empty, or depressed. I feel my job is to help clients to more fully connect to the range of their experiences. I help adults, adolescents, and couples explore why they lose connection. I help them identify, understand, and overcome the deep root of their disconnection. I help them find well-being, which gives me great joy."
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(310) 889-0384
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"Our capacity to connect, both with ourselves (i.e. our passions, feelings, and body) and with others, is crucial to our feelings of well-being. When we connect, we generally feel a sense of aliveness in ourselves and the world. When we can't connect, we feel anxious, isolated, empty, or depressed. I feel my job is to help clients to more fully connect to the range of their experiences. I help adults, adolescents, and couples explore why they lose connection. I help them identify, understand, and overcome the deep root of their disconnection. I help them find well-being, which gives me great joy."

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