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Patricia Stephens, Marriage & Family Therapist
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
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"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."
(818) 293-1626
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"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."
Jennifer Isabel Bieler, Marriage & Family Therapist
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT
Verified by Psychology Today
"Looking for a therapist can be a tough and tedious task. Take your time to find a good fit. I believe having a solid, positive rapport between therapist-client is the most important and critical part of therapy. I help support my clients in building trusting relationships with themselves and loved ones; Live authentically and be who they are. I believe we all have our struggles in life. We all, at one point in our lives, come up against grief, trauma(s), or distressful events, leaving us feeling stuck, alone or overwhelmed. Therapy is a perfect and sometimes necessary resource for anyone to work through those struggles."
(925) 452-4882
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"Looking for a therapist can be a tough and tedious task. Take your time to find a good fit. I believe having a solid, positive rapport between therapist-client is the most important and critical part of therapy. I help support my clients in building trusting relationships with themselves and loved ones; Live authentically and be who they are. I believe we all have our struggles in life. We all, at one point in our lives, come up against grief, trauma(s), or distressful events, leaving us feeling stuck, alone or overwhelmed. Therapy is a perfect and sometimes necessary resource for anyone to work through those struggles."
Andrea Andes, Marriage & Family Therapist
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
Verified by Psychology Today
"Being human isn't always easy, and when life gets complicated and becomes challenging, therapy can help offer tools to navigate through a crisis while providing you a deeper exploration of yourself. Problems in relationships often come from old ways of coping that served you in the past, but now may be keeping you from feeling fulfilled and satisfied with your life. I believe our most challenging times can also be our greatest opportunity for change. Healing is possible, and therapy is a journey towards self-discovery where you get to explore the landscape of your own mind."
(310) 773-5497
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"Being human isn't always easy, and when life gets complicated and becomes challenging, therapy can help offer tools to navigate through a crisis while providing you a deeper exploration of yourself. Problems in relationships often come from old ways of coping that served you in the past, but now may be keeping you from feeling fulfilled and satisfied with your life. I believe our most challenging times can also be our greatest opportunity for change. Healing is possible, and therapy is a journey towards self-discovery where you get to explore the landscape of your own mind."
Sharon Ellenbogen, Marriage & Family Therapist
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT
Verified by Psychology Today
"I have been in private practice for over 20 years in Los Angeles, California. I specialize in helping you with communication issues, relationship problems, life transitions, financial and career stress.. My approach to therapy is a collaborative effort using cognitive behavioral methods to empower you to develop and take responsibility for yourself. Together we build the awareness between thoughts, feelings and actions to align with your integrity and best intentions. I want you to become a better communicator of your needs and to be able to resource yourself effectively."
(323) 275-9257
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"I have been in private practice for over 20 years in Los Angeles, California. I specialize in helping you with communication issues, relationship problems, life transitions, financial and career stress.. My approach to therapy is a collaborative effort using cognitive behavioral methods to empower you to develop and take responsibility for yourself. Together we build the awareness between thoughts, feelings and actions to align with your integrity and best intentions. I want you to become a better communicator of your needs and to be able to resource yourself effectively."
Karly Gilbert, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
Verified by Psychology Today
"I specialize in helping individuals and couples feel more grounded and successful in their relationships and lives. I believe relationship issues as well as common symptoms like depression and anxiety often stem from habitual patterns of relating that may have historical importance, but may no longer be useful to us. As new issues arise in our lives these habitual patterns and our own vulnerabilities may impact our ability to feel competent and fulfilled."
(323) 489-6365
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"I specialize in helping individuals and couples feel more grounded and successful in their relationships and lives. I believe relationship issues as well as common symptoms like depression and anxiety often stem from habitual patterns of relating that may have historical importance, but may no longer be useful to us. As new issues arise in our lives these habitual patterns and our own vulnerabilities may impact our ability to feel competent and fulfilled."
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..."
(323) 400-6276
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"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..."
Oliver Viboolkij ovtherapy.com, Marriage & Family Therapist
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT
Verified by Psychology Today
"Unlike psychiatry where medication is prescribed to block your feelings from being experienced, my practice is designed to make sense and make use of the sensations we are receiving from ourselves. This approach puts us into direct contact with the core of our conflict(s) and sets forth a personal and clear direction for resolution."
(323) 430-9062
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"Unlike psychiatry where medication is prescribed to block your feelings from being experienced, my practice is designed to make sense and make use of the sensations we are receiving from ourselves. This approach puts us into direct contact with the core of our conflict(s) and sets forth a personal and clear direction for resolution."
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT
Verified by Psychology Today
"Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist providing psychotherapy with children, adolescents and adults. Consults with Preschool programs with teachers and parents with children presenting with developmental delays as well as children with social emotional challenges. Works in therapeutic classrooms, co-leads parent-child psychotherapy groups, therapeutic social skills groups, family therapy, play therapy, individual adolescent & adult therapy."
(310) 340-7595
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"Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist providing psychotherapy with children, adolescents and adults. Consults with Preschool programs with teachers and parents with children presenting with developmental delays as well as children with social emotional challenges. Works in therapeutic classrooms, co-leads parent-child psychotherapy groups, therapeutic social skills groups, family therapy, play therapy, individual adolescent & adult therapy."
Jordan Wolan,
CHT, NLP, CRM
"Are overwhelm and anxiety causing you to feel stuck and stressed out? It's possible to let go of the mental clutter so that you can free your mind and release stress from the body. Hypnosis works on a subconscious level to help us make changes, and function better. A blend of traditional talk therapy, with guided imagery, you will leave each session feeling relaxed and lighter. Whether you are looking for relief from emotional or physical pain, or just want to make a change, hypnotherapy can be used alone or along with psychotherapy and other holistic modalities."
(714) 804-0609
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"Are overwhelm and anxiety causing you to feel stuck and stressed out? It's possible to let go of the mental clutter so that you can free your mind and release stress from the body. Hypnosis works on a subconscious level to help us make changes, and function better. A blend of traditional talk therapy, with guided imagery, you will leave each session feeling relaxed and lighter. Whether you are looking for relief from emotional or physical pain, or just want to make a change, hypnotherapy can be used alone or along with psychotherapy and other holistic modalities."
John Buse, Marriage & Family Therapist
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, MFT
Verified by Psychology Today
"Sometimes we need a little help to reclaim or find our inner strength. I believe we all possess the wisdom to succeed somewhere within our psyche. My goal in therapy is to help clients overcome the obstacles that hinder them on their path. I tend to look for the strengths in individuals and my objective is to embrace each client without judgment in order to create a safe environment. I also believe it is important for one to feel heard and validated for their experience in order to move beyond their blocks."
(323) 601-5604
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"Sometimes we need a little help to reclaim or find our inner strength. I believe we all possess the wisdom to succeed somewhere within our psyche. My goal in therapy is to help clients overcome the obstacles that hinder them on their path. I tend to look for the strengths in individuals and my objective is to embrace each client without judgment in order to create a safe environment. I also believe it is important for one to feel heard and validated for their experience in order to move beyond their blocks."
Yonat Swimmer, Marriage & Family Therapist Associate
Marriage & Family Therapist Associate, MA, AMFT
Verified by Psychology Today
"I work with a broad range of clients dealing with issues such as low self esteem, depression, anxiety, loneliness, trauma, and more. We work together to become more aware of the root of the issues and find solutions that can create a stronger sense of self."
(323) 736-4913
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"I work with a broad range of clients dealing with issues such as low self esteem, depression, anxiety, loneliness, trauma, and more. We work together to become more aware of the root of the issues and find solutions that can create a stronger sense of self."
Laura Collura, Marriage & Family Therapist
Marriage & Family Therapist, MFT
Verified by Psychology Today
""The best way out is always through." This famous Robert Frost quote is at the core of my approach. When we get stuck -- in a rut at work, in a stormy relationship, in a lukewarm marriage, with our children -- we suffer but are often unwilling to go to the heart of the trouble. Sometimes, we're not even aware of what the true issue is. All we can do is try to avoid the pain, skirt problems, even pretend we are fine. We are blocked by fear -- another word for anxiety. Together, we can walk slowly through that fear, and get to the other side."
(323) 282-5262
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""The best way out is always through." This famous Robert Frost quote is at the core of my approach. When we get stuck -- in a rut at work, in a stormy relationship, in a lukewarm marriage, with our children -- we suffer but are often unwilling to go to the heart of the trouble. Sometimes, we're not even aware of what the true issue is. All we can do is try to avoid the pain, skirt problems, even pretend we are fine. We are blocked by fear -- another word for anxiety. Together, we can walk slowly through that fear, and get to the other side."
William Vidal Ofman, Psychologist
Psychologist, PhD
Verified by Psychology Today
"Earning my Ph.D. at UCLA, I became assistant manager of the Student Counseling Center. I was recruited from there to teach at USC from which I retired with rank of Associate Professor (tenured). I have written many articles in peer-reviewed journals and three books. The title of my best represents my position: "Affirmation and Reality: Fundamentals of Humanistic Existentialism." I believe in authentic encounter among all and especially between therapist and client. We structure our world for the best of all possible reasons, and we all suffer the positive and negative aspects of that way of being."
(310) 494-2759
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"Earning my Ph.D. at UCLA, I became assistant manager of the Student Counseling Center. I was recruited from there to teach at USC from which I retired with rank of Associate Professor (tenured). I have written many articles in peer-reviewed journals and three books. The title of my best represents my position: "Affirmation and Reality: Fundamentals of Humanistic Existentialism." I believe in authentic encounter among all and especially between therapist and client. We structure our world for the best of all possible reasons, and we all suffer the positive and negative aspects of that way of being."
Mara Eaton, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
Verified by Psychology Today
"People are defined by their strengths, not their difficulties. Each of us has the power to change. With my warm and interactive style, I offer a nonjudgmental and safe setting where you can feel comfortable sharing feelings and frustrations. I emphasize helping you make concrete, positive changes in your day to day life. This happens by gaining deeper self-knowledge and altering patterns of thoughts and behaviors that are preventing you from achieving greater personal fulfillment. At a pace that is comfortable for you, I will help you identify major issues that are holding you back, and make real, tangible progress."
(323) 761-2008
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"People are defined by their strengths, not their difficulties. Each of us has the power to change. With my warm and interactive style, I offer a nonjudgmental and safe setting where you can feel comfortable sharing feelings and frustrations. I emphasize helping you make concrete, positive changes in your day to day life. This happens by gaining deeper self-knowledge and altering patterns of thoughts and behaviors that are preventing you from achieving greater personal fulfillment. At a pace that is comfortable for you, I will help you identify major issues that are holding you back, and make real, tangible progress."
Timothy J Patterson, Marriage & Family Therapist
Marriage & Family Therapist, MFT, MA
Verified by Psychology Today
"I believe it takes a great deal of courage to contact a therapist for help with a personal or relational problem. I'd like to encourage you along this path of self discovery and relational health. As a Marriage and Family Therapist with over 33 years of experience I have seen the transforming power of a quality therapeutic relationship. If you are facing new and/or difficult life transitions, confusion or painful issues in your meaningful personal or professional relationships or needs for release from troubling moods or limiting personal beliefs, psychotherapy can be of tremendous help to you."
(310) 692-9435
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"I believe it takes a great deal of courage to contact a therapist for help with a personal or relational problem. I'd like to encourage you along this path of self discovery and relational health. As a Marriage and Family Therapist with over 33 years of experience I have seen the transforming power of a quality therapeutic relationship. If you are facing new and/or difficult life transitions, confusion or painful issues in your meaningful personal or professional relationships or needs for release from troubling moods or limiting personal beliefs, psychotherapy can be of tremendous help to you."
Jamie Krause, Marriage & Family Therapist Associate
Marriage & Family Therapist Associate, MA
Verified by Psychology Today
"I believe in meeting my clients where they are. My priority is creating a safe space where authentic and vulnerable collaboration can nurture positive change. I believe that while all individuals possess the ability to be healthy and happy, sometimes life events, obstacles or unhealthy patterns cause us to lose confidence in our ability to achieve our goals. The right support can elevate hope and get us back on track."
(424) 295-8651
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"I believe in meeting my clients where they are. My priority is creating a safe space where authentic and vulnerable collaboration can nurture positive change. I believe that while all individuals possess the ability to be healthy and happy, sometimes life events, obstacles or unhealthy patterns cause us to lose confidence in our ability to achieve our goals. The right support can elevate hope and get us back on track."
Steven Isaacman, Marriage & Family Therapist
Marriage & Family Therapist, PsyD, LMFT, FIPA
Verified by Psychology Today
"I enjoy working with married people and single people, gay people and straight people, men and women, therapy beginners and treatment seasoned soldiers. It is hard to narrow down to a "type" as I have experience with a broad array of people and presenting issues. That said, I do seem to connect especially well with creative people: actors, writers, producers, etc. The most important aspect of your relationship with your therapist is chemistry and that is tricky to predict from the reading of a profile. Better to call me or meet in person so we can see about the match."
(424) 294-8920
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"I enjoy working with married people and single people, gay people and straight people, men and women, therapy beginners and treatment seasoned soldiers. It is hard to narrow down to a "type" as I have experience with a broad array of people and presenting issues. That said, I do seem to connect especially well with creative people: actors, writers, producers, etc. The most important aspect of your relationship with your therapist is chemistry and that is tricky to predict from the reading of a profile. Better to call me or meet in person so we can see about the match."
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."
(424) 800-4126
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"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."
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."
(424) 383-7907
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"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."
Lisa Mazzetti Pierce, Marriage & Family Therapist
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, MFT
Verified by Psychology Today
"I work with adults and children over 16 years of age. The focus of my practice is individual clients and couples. Its difficult to summarize my work but here are some places I focus... I help my clients identify dysfunctional and negative patterns in their lives, become aware of the underlying root of sabotaging behavior, identify and access suppressed emotions and challenge negative thought patterns. I believe it is essential to create a safe, non-judgmental, empathic environment for my clients, which includes, most importantly, a safe, non-judgmental, empathic therapeutic relationship."
(424) 570-1156
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"I work with adults and children over 16 years of age. The focus of my practice is individual clients and couples. Its difficult to summarize my work but here are some places I focus... I help my clients identify dysfunctional and negative patterns in their lives, become aware of the underlying root of sabotaging behavior, identify and access suppressed emotions and challenge negative thought patterns. I believe it is essential to create a safe, non-judgmental, empathic environment for my clients, which includes, most importantly, a safe, non-judgmental, empathic therapeutic relationship."

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