Psychologist, PhD
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"I am a Licensed Psychologist & earned my doctorate in Clinical & Forensic Psychology, with over 20 years of experience in providing both therapy & evaluation for adults, children, couples and families in various settings-such as private practice, correctional facilities, counseling centers, and schools throughout California-I am qualified to administer & interpret a wide range of tests: cognitive, personality, achievement. I believe that therapy is a gift that you give yourself. You have the ability to change your life in amazing and rewarding ways."
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Dance/Movement Therapy
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Dance/Movement Therapy
"I am a Licensed Psychologist & earned my doctorate in Clinical & Forensic Psychology, with over 20 years of experience in providing both therapy & evaluation for adults, children, couples and families in various settings-such as private practice, correctional facilities, counseling centers, and schools throughout California-I am qualified to administer & interpret a wide range of tests: cognitive, personality, achievement. I believe that therapy is a gift that you give yourself. You have the ability to change your life in amazing and rewarding ways."
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Angela K Wallace, Marriage & Family Therapist
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, MFT
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"Do you feel pulled in too many directions? Are there times when you feel invisible, unheard, under appreciated or overwhelmed? You deserve some restorative stillness - a moment (or an hour) to tune in, to connect and be compassionate with yourself. Often, the experience of psychotherapy - reflecting on your life's events; establishing and nurturing your true self; discovering your hidden patterns - is a radical gesture of self care that can change the course of your life."
(424) 336-9970
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"Do you feel pulled in too many directions? Are there times when you feel invisible, unheard, under appreciated or overwhelmed? You deserve some restorative stillness - a moment (or an hour) to tune in, to connect and be compassionate with yourself. Often, the experience of psychotherapy - reflecting on your life's events; establishing and nurturing your true self; discovering your hidden patterns - is a radical gesture of self care that can change the course of your life."
Karly Gilbert, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
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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."
(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."
Sheila Gross, Marriage & Family Therapist
Marriage & Family Therapist, PhD, MFT
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"Feel like you're falling apart? Anxiety getting you down? Need help moving forward in your life? I've been working with depressed and anxious clients for over 40 years and I can help! If you're tired of feeling miserable, suffering from insecurity, pain, or anger, filled with shame, experiencing self - sabotaging behaviors, or in a relationship that is toxic or abusive, I can show you how to let those things go and start feeling better."
(323) 544-5805
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"Feel like you're falling apart? Anxiety getting you down? Need help moving forward in your life? I've been working with depressed and anxious clients for over 40 years and I can help! If you're tired of feeling miserable, suffering from insecurity, pain, or anger, filled with shame, experiencing self - sabotaging behaviors, or in a relationship that is toxic or abusive, I can show you how to let those things go and start feeling better."
Camille Campbell, Marriage & Family Therapist
Marriage & Family Therapist, MFT
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"People come to therapy for different reasons. You may feel frustrated that you'll never find the right relationship, feel overwhelmed with anxiety or feel like you can't stop beating yourself up for past mistakes. You may be constantly comparing yourself to other people and feel like everyone else has things more figured out than you. You may feel ashamed of some aspect of your life and worry that no one will ever be able to truly accept you. Therapy is a way to deepen understanding and move towards healing, self-acceptance and a greater sense of well-being."
(424) 625-0384
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"People come to therapy for different reasons. You may feel frustrated that you'll never find the right relationship, feel overwhelmed with anxiety or feel like you can't stop beating yourself up for past mistakes. You may be constantly comparing yourself to other people and feel like everyone else has things more figured out than you. You may feel ashamed of some aspect of your life and worry that no one will ever be able to truly accept you. Therapy is a way to deepen understanding and move towards healing, self-acceptance and a greater sense of well-being."
Danny R Gibson, Marriage & Family Therapist
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, MFT
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"My role as a psychotherapist is to provide a safe and nurturing therapeutic environment for clients to work through a wide range of problems. I work with clients as a partner and assist them in developing more useful ways of thinking and behaving. These changes in turn improve overall mood and relationships with others. My theoretical orientation and approach to psychotherapy is Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT). This theoretical orientation is based on the "here and now" type of therapy, which places an emphasis on problem-solving in the present and the future. It is a distinctly positive approach to psychotherapy."
(323) 825-5195
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"My role as a psychotherapist is to provide a safe and nurturing therapeutic environment for clients to work through a wide range of problems. I work with clients as a partner and assist them in developing more useful ways of thinking and behaving. These changes in turn improve overall mood and relationships with others. My theoretical orientation and approach to psychotherapy is Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT). This theoretical orientation is based on the "here and now" type of therapy, which places an emphasis on problem-solving in the present and the future. It is a distinctly positive approach to psychotherapy."
Karla Jenkins Turner, Marriage & Family Therapist
Marriage & Family Therapist, MS, MFT, JD, BCBA
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"When you're feeling worried, unhappy or experience the stress of trauma, counseling can provide the supportive environment you need to move your life forward. As we work together towards achieving your goals, you will find an empathetic and collaborative partner dedicated to helping you develop insight into the beliefs or patterns that interfere with your ability to have satisfying relationships or achieve personal fulfillment. Whether you're struggling with a crisis or need support with a parenting, family or relationship issue, we will work together to identify your roadblocks and develop solutions to reduce stress."
(310) 484-5470
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"When you're feeling worried, unhappy or experience the stress of trauma, counseling can provide the supportive environment you need to move your life forward. As we work together towards achieving your goals, you will find an empathetic and collaborative partner dedicated to helping you develop insight into the beliefs or patterns that interfere with your ability to have satisfying relationships or achieve personal fulfillment. Whether you're struggling with a crisis or need support with a parenting, family or relationship issue, we will work together to identify your roadblocks and develop solutions to reduce stress."
Brandi Camille Bakewell, Marriage & Family Therapist
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT, MSEd, PPS
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"My focus is helping each of my clients to achieve their best life and show up authentically. People usually turn to therapy because there is something "not working" in his or her life. I define my job as helping each individual figure out what is blocking him or her from achieving their potential. Kindness and empathy define my work as a therapist. I won't tell you what to do but instead will work to help you figure out what it is you want to do. Please call me If you'd like to get started!"
(323) 446-2346
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"My focus is helping each of my clients to achieve their best life and show up authentically. People usually turn to therapy because there is something "not working" in his or her life. I define my job as helping each individual figure out what is blocking him or her from achieving their potential. Kindness and empathy define my work as a therapist. I won't tell you what to do but instead will work to help you figure out what it is you want to do. Please call me If you'd like to get started!"
David M Brooks, Psychologist
Psychologist, PhD, PsyD
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"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."
(424) 245-0927
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"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."
Michael Southerland, Marriage & Family Therapist
Marriage & Family Therapist, MS, LMFT
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"My ideal client has the potential to recognize that they have the answer lies within and that I, as a therapist, am there to help them find the answer within themselves. All of us seeking therapy have that potential within ourselves. I am trained and skilled in working with all ages. I have experience in working with clients with different cultural backgrounds, especially LGBT clients."
(323) 473-5015
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"My ideal client has the potential to recognize that they have the answer lies within and that I, as a therapist, am there to help them find the answer within themselves. All of us seeking therapy have that potential within ourselves. I am trained and skilled in working with all ages. I have experience in working with clients with different cultural backgrounds, especially LGBT clients."
GayTherapyLA (Ken Howard, LCSW), Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
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"I have over 27 years experience as specialist in therapy for gay men and gay male couples, as the founder of GayTherapyLA. I help you overcome challenges, setbacks, barriers, and losses in life, to heal and thrive again. I also teach graduate courses in psychotherapy practice and LGBT issues at USC. Working together, I help you overcome challenges such as depression, anxiety, trauma, job stress, career direction, dating/relationship skills, sexual dysfunction, and addictions, as well as building a better relationship with your partner. In-person and phone/webcam sessions available. Weekend sessions available with my associates."
(310) 905-8997
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"I have over 27 years experience as specialist in therapy for gay men and gay male couples, as the founder of GayTherapyLA. I help you overcome challenges, setbacks, barriers, and losses in life, to heal and thrive again. I also teach graduate courses in psychotherapy practice and LGBT issues at USC. Working together, I help you overcome challenges such as depression, anxiety, trauma, job stress, career direction, dating/relationship skills, sexual dysfunction, and addictions, as well as building a better relationship with your partner. In-person and phone/webcam sessions available. Weekend sessions available with my associates."
Tracy Santomarco, Marriage & Family Therapist Associate
Marriage & Family Therapist Associate, AMFT, #10523
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"You may have visited this page wondering if therapy is for you—the answer is yes. Therapy is for everyone because everyone deserves a safe space to be heard, understood, and supported as they work through how to overcome the disappointments and traumas from the past. I use a collaborative approach to work with you to determine how to explore what you may have spent a lifetime trying not to confront…until now. One of the most healing factors will be finding a therapist with whom you feel comfortable and supported as you begin to make the changes to progress toward a happier and healthier way of being—this is the first step."
(424) 302-5444
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"You may have visited this page wondering if therapy is for you—the answer is yes. Therapy is for everyone because everyone deserves a safe space to be heard, understood, and supported as they work through how to overcome the disappointments and traumas from the past. I use a collaborative approach to work with you to determine how to explore what you may have spent a lifetime trying not to confront…until now. One of the most healing factors will be finding a therapist with whom you feel comfortable and supported as you begin to make the changes to progress toward a happier and healthier way of being—this is the first step."
Sasha Hawkes, Marriage & Family Therapist
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
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"Being a new parent is hard work. There are so many unexpected challenges and emotions that arise that can feel overwhelming and isolating. I work with families who are struggling with parenting challenges, child sleep issues, postpartum mothers and fathers and couples who are adjusting to life as a family. I believe in a holistic approach where we focus on the individual as whole and connect past and present as well as the mind, body and spirit."
(213) 817-5264
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"Being a new parent is hard work. There are so many unexpected challenges and emotions that arise that can feel overwhelming and isolating. I work with families who are struggling with parenting challenges, child sleep issues, postpartum mothers and fathers and couples who are adjusting to life as a family. I believe in a holistic approach where we focus on the individual as whole and connect past and present as well as the mind, body and spirit."
Jeffrey Yates, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, TEP
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"My goal is to help you change and create the life you desire. In my practice with individuals, couples and families, I'll work together with you to identify the problem and work towards the solution. By applying creative therapeutic approaches and techniques, we'll discover unhelpful behavior patterns or negative thoughts that may be holding you back from experiencing a more fulfilling and meaningful life. I am able to integrate powerful techniques in treating couples. I completed Levels 1&2 Gottman training in assessment and intervention with couples."
(310) 596-4052
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"My goal is to help you change and create the life you desire. In my practice with individuals, couples and families, I'll work together with you to identify the problem and work towards the solution. By applying creative therapeutic approaches and techniques, we'll discover unhelpful behavior patterns or negative thoughts that may be holding you back from experiencing a more fulfilling and meaningful life. I am able to integrate powerful techniques in treating couples. I completed Levels 1&2 Gottman training in assessment and intervention with couples."
Brett D. Morana, Psychologist
Psychologist, PsyD
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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..."
(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..."
Psychologist, PsyD
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"As a licensed psychologist, my clinical experience is with individuals, children, adolescents, and families dealing with stressful and agonizing life events. In addition, my professional expertise also includes providing psychological testing and evaluations, psycho-educational assessments, and immigration evaluations."
(424) 294-8902
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"As a licensed psychologist, my clinical experience is with individuals, children, adolescents, and families dealing with stressful and agonizing life events. In addition, my professional expertise also includes providing psychological testing and evaluations, psycho-educational assessments, and immigration evaluations."
Grant Courtney, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
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"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."
(424) 332-5857
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"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."
Michel Horvat, Marriage & Family Therapist
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT, AACAST
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"I offer an initial brief consultation session at no charge. Please reach out - I will be happy to talk to you about how I can help! Are you feeling anxious about the future? Do you feel depressed about your life? Are you struggling with addiction or bad habits? Are you stuck in a relationship that does not feel good? During difficult times all of us can use some support. I'm here to provide that. In a non-judgmental environment we will explore what is setting you back and how to change it. Therapy can be immensely helpful in this courageous journey."
(323) 545-6381
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"I offer an initial brief consultation session at no charge. Please reach out - I will be happy to talk to you about how I can help! Are you feeling anxious about the future? Do you feel depressed about your life? Are you struggling with addiction or bad habits? Are you stuck in a relationship that does not feel good? During difficult times all of us can use some support. I'm here to provide that. In a non-judgmental environment we will explore what is setting you back and how to change it. Therapy can be immensely helpful in this courageous journey."
Darren Hummel, Marriage & Family Therapist Associate
Marriage & Family Therapist Associate, MA, AMFT
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"I work primarily with men who want more than just getting through life - those who feel like the drudgery of ordinary existence has killed any sense of adventure or excitement. Together we can work towards renewing your sense of fulfillment, power and purpose. I can help you reach a place of confidence and contentment. If you are someone other therapists may struggle to understand, someone who identifies as straightforward though your life is complex, or someone who's just plain ol' skeptical of psychotherapy, we're a good fit."
(424) 396-0417
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"I work primarily with men who want more than just getting through life - those who feel like the drudgery of ordinary existence has killed any sense of adventure or excitement. Together we can work towards renewing your sense of fulfillment, power and purpose. I can help you reach a place of confidence and contentment. If you are someone other therapists may struggle to understand, someone who identifies as straightforward though your life is complex, or someone who's just plain ol' skeptical of psychotherapy, we're a good fit."
Bradley A Tepaske, Psychologist
Psychologist, PhD
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"A Certified Jungian Analyst (C.G. Jung Institute Zurich 1982) as well as attentive conscientious Clinical Psychologist of 30 years, I bring a uniquely personalized depth-psychological understanding (with penetrating dream work and a keen eye for emergent possibilities) to individuals dealing with ordinary life, grief, long standing trauma, conflicted family, relational challenges and soulful yearnings all along the SGBLT spectrum. Holistic, ecological, practical, the title of my recent book, "Sexuality and the Religious Imagination" (Spring Journal Books 2008) offers a ready hint of my comfort with and interest in your personal journey."
(424) 271-6556
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"A Certified Jungian Analyst (C.G. Jung Institute Zurich 1982) as well as attentive conscientious Clinical Psychologist of 30 years, I bring a uniquely personalized depth-psychological understanding (with penetrating dream work and a keen eye for emergent possibilities) to individuals dealing with ordinary life, grief, long standing trauma, conflicted family, relational challenges and soulful yearnings all along the SGBLT spectrum. Holistic, ecological, practical, the title of my recent book, "Sexuality and the Religious Imagination" (Spring Journal Books 2008) offers a ready hint of my comfort with and interest in your personal journey."

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