Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, MSG
Verified by Psychology Today
"The most valuable lesson I learned from my experiences in therapy was to trust my own responses, to realize that I am not “crazy” just because my view of the world is not necessarily the same as others’. Because many of us have been made to believe that our true self is not “right” or “good enough”, we go through life second-guessing ourselves. We criticize and punish ourselves because we don’t measure up to whom we think we should be. Sometimes our authentic needs have been denied for so long, we no longer know what they are."
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(818) 492-9564
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"The most valuable lesson I learned from my experiences in therapy was to trust my own responses, to realize that I am not “crazy” just because my view of the world is not necessarily the same as others’. Because many of us have been made to believe that our true self is not “right” or “good enough”, we go through life second-guessing ourselves. We criticize and punish ourselves because we don’t measure up to whom we think we should be. Sometimes our authentic needs have been denied for so long, we no longer know what they are."
Ian MacKinnon, Marriage & Family Therapist Associate
Marriage & Family Therapist Associate, MA, AMFT
Verified by Psychology Today
"Whether you are seeking a safe place to be heard and process feelings, a desire for greater self-awareness, or to access deeper sources of creativity, we will work together to set goals and understand the underlying issues that inform current life complications. I help individuals to identify undesirable patterns of behavior that do not serve them and address the roots of these issues in order to increase self-agency and overcome emotional blocks. I also enjoy facilitating creative people in realizing their fuller potential and authenticity."
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(818) 538-5230
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"Whether you are seeking a safe place to be heard and process feelings, a desire for greater self-awareness, or to access deeper sources of creativity, we will work together to set goals and understand the underlying issues that inform current life complications. I help individuals to identify undesirable patterns of behavior that do not serve them and address the roots of these issues in order to increase self-agency and overcome emotional blocks. I also enjoy facilitating creative people in realizing their fuller potential and authenticity."
Dan Drake, Marriage & Family Therapist
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT, LPCC, CSAT-S, CCPS-S
Verified by Psychology Today
"Are you struggling with pornography or do you have sexual behaviors you want to stop but can't? Has your partner's sexual behavior left you feeling betrayed and devastated? There IS a way out. I specialize in providing a safe, non-shaming space where we can work through issues related to sexual addiction and compulsivity."
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(818) 721-9157
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"Are you struggling with pornography or do you have sexual behaviors you want to stop but can't? Has your partner's sexual behavior left you feeling betrayed and devastated? There IS a way out. I specialize in providing a safe, non-shaming space where we can work through issues related to sexual addiction and compulsivity."
Dairek Morgan, Marriage & Family Therapist
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT, CSAT
Verified by Psychology Today
"Perhaps life has handed you a crisis. Or maybe it's a season in which your soul needs a bit more attention or you just feel stuck. Whatever the reason, whether your relationships need strengthening or it feels like you're on the brink, I thoroughly believe therapy is worth your time, your financial and your emotional investment. Together we will approach your trials with compassion, courage and hope. I believe in healing. I believe in peace. I believe growth is as much about the journey as the arrival. I'd be honored to be a part of that journey."
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(323) 736-4941
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"Perhaps life has handed you a crisis. Or maybe it's a season in which your soul needs a bit more attention or you just feel stuck. Whatever the reason, whether your relationships need strengthening or it feels like you're on the brink, I thoroughly believe therapy is worth your time, your financial and your emotional investment. Together we will approach your trials with compassion, courage and hope. I believe in healing. I believe in peace. I believe growth is as much about the journey as the arrival. I'd be honored to be a part of that journey."
Dr. Eric Perry, PhD, Psychological Associate
Psychological Associate, MA, PhD
Verified by Psychology Today
"I specialize in a solution focused and results-driven approach to treating depression, anxiety, relationship issues and narcissistic abuse. My therapeutic aim is to create a health-promoting environment that makes healing inevitable. I combine mindfulness with Western evidenced-based techniques such as Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Mind Map Therapy and Jungian Therapy."
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(747) 246-7941
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"I specialize in a solution focused and results-driven approach to treating depression, anxiety, relationship issues and narcissistic abuse. My therapeutic aim is to create a health-promoting environment that makes healing inevitable. I combine mindfulness with Western evidenced-based techniques such as Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Mind Map Therapy and Jungian Therapy."
Seth Chapman, Marriage & Family Therapist
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT, CSAT
Verified by Psychology Today
"I facilitate therapy that helps individuals and couples become more requiring in their relationships. Learning how to build more satisfying relationships leads to lasting change and empowerment. Old, less helpful ways of thinking are replaced with new, more realistic ideas of self-acceptance and how to rely on others. The result is a clearer picture of one's strengths, limitations, and belonging in the world."
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(323) 800-4753
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"I facilitate therapy that helps individuals and couples become more requiring in their relationships. Learning how to build more satisfying relationships leads to lasting change and empowerment. Old, less helpful ways of thinking are replaced with new, more realistic ideas of self-acceptance and how to rely on others. The result is a clearer picture of one's strengths, limitations, and belonging in the world."
Bryce McDavitt, Psychologist
Psychologist, PhD
Verified by Psychology Today
"With eighteen years experience in LGBTQ counseling, research, and teaching, I have a unique understanding of our community. Among gay men anxiety and depression may involve feelings of emptiness, relationship problems, interpersonal sensitivity, or addictions. The roots of these struggles can vary, but it helps to have a therapist who grasps the alienating impact of growing up in a world that disavows the core of who we are. I will help you address these issues, and others, through a deeper approach that can feel energizing, challenging, and even liberating."
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(323) 801-8123
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"With eighteen years experience in LGBTQ counseling, research, and teaching, I have a unique understanding of our community. Among gay men anxiety and depression may involve feelings of emptiness, relationship problems, interpersonal sensitivity, or addictions. The roots of these struggles can vary, but it helps to have a therapist who grasps the alienating impact of growing up in a world that disavows the core of who we are. I will help you address these issues, and others, through a deeper approach that can feel energizing, challenging, and even liberating."
Joshua Wyner, Marriage & Family Therapist
Marriage & Family Therapist, PhD, LMFT, LPCC
Verified by Psychology Today
"I work with you to find peace and meaning in your life. It might not be easy, but I believe it's possible for everyone. These days, especially here in Los Angeles, society ignores the vital role relationships and emotions play in our daily choices. We pretend that people are rational machines that just "process input" much like a really fancy computer, and that emotions and relationships should be ignored when they get in the way. Instead, I work with you to better understand your role in the larger tapestry and feel comfortable within it."
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(818) 574-5636
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"I work with you to find peace and meaning in your life. It might not be easy, but I believe it's possible for everyone. These days, especially here in Los Angeles, society ignores the vital role relationships and emotions play in our daily choices. We pretend that people are rational machines that just "process input" much like a really fancy computer, and that emotions and relationships should be ignored when they get in the way. Instead, I work with you to better understand your role in the larger tapestry and feel comfortable within it."
Psychologist
Verified by Psychology Today
"I have been practicing as a licensed psychotherapist since 1983. I work with children, adolescents, adults, and couples. I provide an understanding, caring and empathic environment to help you gain a better understanding of yourself and your circumstances. I utilize traditional “talk therapy,” which focuses on clarifying the nature of the problems. I help you to understand how your life-history contributes to your current situation, and to recognize and utilize your strengths in order to change negative patterns of thinking, behaving, and communicating."
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(213) 260-1709 x1
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"I have been practicing as a licensed psychotherapist since 1983. I work with children, adolescents, adults, and couples. I provide an understanding, caring and empathic environment to help you gain a better understanding of yourself and your circumstances. I utilize traditional “talk therapy,” which focuses on clarifying the nature of the problems. I help you to understand how your life-history contributes to your current situation, and to recognize and utilize your strengths in order to change negative patterns of thinking, behaving, and communicating."
George (Butch) Warner, Marriage & Family Therapist
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT, (CA), CADC-II, LAADC, CCAPP
Verified by Psychology Today
"My ideal client: An MFTI seeking supervision, or creative, motivated, and intelligent professionals with an obsession, usually drugs/alcohol and/or sex. A higher percentage of creative people struggle with addiction, because they just don't know when to quit! Creatives frequently have low self-esteem: Nothing is ever good enough, often despite proven success. Using cognitive (CBT) techniques and psychodynamic methods (how events from the past affect the present) I use a pragmatic, individualized approach. I include solution-focused and music/art therapy to help the client gain insight and put the insight to work to achieve realistic goals."
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(424) 285-1106
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"My ideal client: An MFTI seeking supervision, or creative, motivated, and intelligent professionals with an obsession, usually drugs/alcohol and/or sex. A higher percentage of creative people struggle with addiction, because they just don't know when to quit! Creatives frequently have low self-esteem: Nothing is ever good enough, often despite proven success. Using cognitive (CBT) techniques and psychodynamic methods (how events from the past affect the present) I use a pragmatic, individualized approach. I include solution-focused and music/art therapy to help the client gain insight and put the insight to work to achieve realistic goals."
Art Dielhenn,
"Actions can speak louder than words. I am not a therapist. I am a Certified Career/Life Coach. That said, I often work with clients who have experience in therapy. If therapy is "deepening the learning," then coaching is the "forwarding the action" part of the puzzle; a focused process designed to turn insight and intention into tangible results. What's next? What are your objectives and aspirations? Most of my clients are in transition raising the bar, shake things up and accelerating their progress toward accomplishing specific goals. They want to design a plan, be systematic and stay on-track through completion."
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(818) 485-4382
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"Actions can speak louder than words. I am not a therapist. I am a Certified Career/Life Coach. That said, I often work with clients who have experience in therapy. If therapy is "deepening the learning," then coaching is the "forwarding the action" part of the puzzle; a focused process designed to turn insight and intention into tangible results. What's next? What are your objectives and aspirations? Most of my clients are in transition raising the bar, shake things up and accelerating their progress toward accomplishing specific goals. They want to design a plan, be systematic and stay on-track through completion."
Sandy H. Kaufman, Marriage & Family Therapist
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, MFT
Verified by Psychology Today
"My clients often feel stuck making life decisions and seek to understand how they may have allowed their past choices to limit the potential for growth. In treatment, we will collaboratively look at how our needs and feelings affect our decisions and work on finding new outcomes which will provide happiness anf fulfillment in ways that couldn't have been imagined."
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(213) 260-1738
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"My clients often feel stuck making life decisions and seek to understand how they may have allowed their past choices to limit the potential for growth. In treatment, we will collaboratively look at how our needs and feelings affect our decisions and work on finding new outcomes which will provide happiness anf fulfillment in ways that couldn't have been imagined."
George J. Lough II, Psychologist
Psychologist, PhD, SEP
Verified by Psychology Today
"If you grew up in a dysfunctional family it is essential to understand and heal from the emotional wounds you suffered in that environment. You internalized bad relationship styles. Your wounds may appear in the form of excessive fears, unexplained sadness, inappropriate expressions of anger and an inability to be creative. Facing the truth about your emotional wounds can give you the freedom to be your true self. In our therapy I'll provide you with the support and guidance you need, bringing a spiritual perspective, giving you an understanding of how your past affects your present."
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(213) 290-3930
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Male
"If you grew up in a dysfunctional family it is essential to understand and heal from the emotional wounds you suffered in that environment. You internalized bad relationship styles. Your wounds may appear in the form of excessive fears, unexplained sadness, inappropriate expressions of anger and an inability to be creative. Facing the truth about your emotional wounds can give you the freedom to be your true self. In our therapy I'll provide you with the support and guidance you need, bringing a spiritual perspective, giving you an understanding of how your past affects your present."
Tony Zimbardi, Marriage & Family Therapist
Marriage & Family Therapist, PsyD, MFT
Verified by Psychology Today
"Whenever I "close" during the final session with my clients, I always survey them and ask for feedback about what "worked" and "didn't work" for them about me as their therapist. I primarily get the responses such as "you were a full participant", "You gave a lot of feedback", "You were really present". So I would say that I am a very "active" therapist. I don't simply mirror back what you've said to me. I believe the process is collaborative and exploratory in nature; and, I give LOTS of feedback!"
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(323) 800-4744
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"Whenever I "close" during the final session with my clients, I always survey them and ask for feedback about what "worked" and "didn't work" for them about me as their therapist. I primarily get the responses such as "you were a full participant", "You gave a lot of feedback", "You were really present". So I would say that I am a very "active" therapist. I don't simply mirror back what you've said to me. I believe the process is collaborative and exploratory in nature; and, I give LOTS of feedback!"
Bryan Hall, Marriage & Family Therapist
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT, CAMF
Verified by Psychology Today
"As a long time industry veteran, including years of being surrounded by highly dysfunctional behavior in recording studios, I understand the stress, hours, and pressure that creative people face. Whether its depression, abusive bosses, or creative blocks, we can work on unraveling the problems and getting through them. Similar to the "man behind the curtain" in the Wizard of Oz, there may be subconscious factors that are influencing your feelings, thoughts and decisions on a daily basis. Together we may be able to identify and neutralize any of these hidden or mysterious issues that appear to be holding you back."
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(323) 303-3987
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Male
"As a long time industry veteran, including years of being surrounded by highly dysfunctional behavior in recording studios, I understand the stress, hours, and pressure that creative people face. Whether its depression, abusive bosses, or creative blocks, we can work on unraveling the problems and getting through them. Similar to the "man behind the curtain" in the Wizard of Oz, there may be subconscious factors that are influencing your feelings, thoughts and decisions on a daily basis. Together we may be able to identify and neutralize any of these hidden or mysterious issues that appear to be holding you back."
Aydin Olson-Kennedy, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
Verified by Psychology Today
"Gender dysphoria is a diagnosis that describes the distress associated with the incongruence between assigned sex and gender identity. What the diagnosis doesn't describe, and is often poorly understood, is the experience of dysphoria. Physical or social role dysphoria, and what I call "gender dysphoria noise" can lead to anxiety, depression, and isolation. I will provide a safe space for you to dive deeper into the profoundly personal and vulnerable feelings of dysphoria. If you are a parent or partner, I can provide answers to the most commonly asked questions about dysphoria and offer you the support that you need. "
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(818) 850-2029
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"Gender dysphoria is a diagnosis that describes the distress associated with the incongruence between assigned sex and gender identity. What the diagnosis doesn't describe, and is often poorly understood, is the experience of dysphoria. Physical or social role dysphoria, and what I call "gender dysphoria noise" can lead to anxiety, depression, and isolation. I will provide a safe space for you to dive deeper into the profoundly personal and vulnerable feelings of dysphoria. If you are a parent or partner, I can provide answers to the most commonly asked questions about dysphoria and offer you the support that you need. "
Garret Benjamin Wyner, Psychologist
Psychologist, PhD, PhD, PsyD
Verified by Psychology Today
"Do you feel lost or tempted to despair? Do you feel as if you're not truly or deeply living? As if real and substantial change may not be possible for you? I believe your despair can give way to an unfolding realization of hope. You can be more than you are, better than you are, even transform your life as you know it. Your life can increasingly be marked by an enduring sense of inward peace that no one can take from you. If you're struggling with such core life issues, I believe I can help you."
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(818) 839-6877
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Male
"Do you feel lost or tempted to despair? Do you feel as if you're not truly or deeply living? As if real and substantial change may not be possible for you? I believe your despair can give way to an unfolding realization of hope. You can be more than you are, better than you are, even transform your life as you know it. Your life can increasingly be marked by an enduring sense of inward peace that no one can take from you. If you're struggling with such core life issues, I believe I can help you."
Michael W Mackie, Psychologist
Psychologist, Ph.D
Verified by Psychology Today
"As a Clinical-Forensic Psychologist, Dr. Mike Mackie is able to tailor his approach in order to meet both your clinical and legal needs. As a Clinical Psychologist, Mike teaches young adults and aspiring professionals how to manage the struggles of finding their best self. Amidst a world that sometimes appears to only demand excellence and perfection, Mike assists clients in making realistic, incremental changes in order to achieve success. Additionally, years of experience with addiction treatment offer Dr. Mackie the insight and flexibility to work with those struggling with their drug and alcohol use."
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(424) 465-2840
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"As a Clinical-Forensic Psychologist, Dr. Mike Mackie is able to tailor his approach in order to meet both your clinical and legal needs. As a Clinical Psychologist, Mike teaches young adults and aspiring professionals how to manage the struggles of finding their best self. Amidst a world that sometimes appears to only demand excellence and perfection, Mike assists clients in making realistic, incremental changes in order to achieve success. Additionally, years of experience with addiction treatment offer Dr. Mackie the insight and flexibility to work with those struggling with their drug and alcohol use."
Seth Meyers, Psychologist
Psychologist, PsyD
Verified by Psychology Today
"I'm a licensed clinical psychologist in private practice and have over 15 years of experience counseling clients. I have worked in most types of mental health settings: inpatient psych units, assessment teams, and outpatient clinics. In my practice, I tend to work with adults on a short-term basis who are dealing with an unexpected life situation or crisis (family issue, divorce, relationship breakup, career problem). I also work longer term with adults dealing with more chronic issues (managing complex family relationships, finding the right romantic partner, and anxiety, depression, and self-esteem issues). "
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(323) 765-3407
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"I'm a licensed clinical psychologist in private practice and have over 15 years of experience counseling clients. I have worked in most types of mental health settings: inpatient psych units, assessment teams, and outpatient clinics. In my practice, I tend to work with adults on a short-term basis who are dealing with an unexpected life situation or crisis (family issue, divorce, relationship breakup, career problem). I also work longer term with adults dealing with more chronic issues (managing complex family relationships, finding the right romantic partner, and anxiety, depression, and self-esteem issues). "
Eddie Hunt, Marriage & Family Therapist
Marriage & Family Therapist, MFT
Verified by Psychology Today
"Is something getting in your way? Feeling stuck? Lacking fulfillment in relationships? Through our work together, we'll uncover obstacles and negative patterns of behavior, identify and explore recurring themes, and reconnect you to your authentic wants and needs. I believe healing occurs through the bond formed by the therapist-client relationship. I welcome individuals, couples and families into my practice, and also facilitate a weekly men's therapy group."
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(310) 740-9843
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"Is something getting in your way? Feeling stuck? Lacking fulfillment in relationships? Through our work together, we'll uncover obstacles and negative patterns of behavior, identify and explore recurring themes, and reconnect you to your authentic wants and needs. I believe healing occurs through the bond formed by the therapist-client relationship. I welcome individuals, couples and families into my practice, and also facilitate a weekly men's therapy group."

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