Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT, ATR-BC
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"At CENTERED we focus on helping you regain balance and stability. Life can knock us off balance and we can begin to feel too anxious, too depressed, drink too much, sleep too much (or not enough), for example. If you've tried dealing with things on your own and you're still suffering, it may be time to come in and work with a professional. Give me a call and we can talk a little bit about what's going on and then I can recommend a course of action."
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"At CENTERED we focus on helping you regain balance and stability. Life can knock us off balance and we can begin to feel too anxious, too depressed, drink too much, sleep too much (or not enough), for example. If you've tried dealing with things on your own and you're still suffering, it may be time to come in and work with a professional. Give me a call and we can talk a little bit about what's going on and then I can recommend a course of action."
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Debi Kim, Marriage & Family Therapist
Marriage & Family Therapist, PhD, LMFT, BCN
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"Are you looking for an answer to better manage your emotion? Are you feeling helpless about your child's or family member's behaviors? As the Director at Cypress Clinic, I work with our group of MFTs to provide comprehensive and individualized assessment and treatment for mental health issues to promote the well-being of help-seeking individuals and their families. Our experienced and dedicated team helps people with a wide range of mental issues, such as depression, anxiety, trauma, ADHD, addictions, anger problems, and relational issues. Assessment methods include qEEG BrainMapping, clinical interviews, questionnaires, and computerized performance tests."
(909) 667-7263
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"Are you looking for an answer to better manage your emotion? Are you feeling helpless about your child's or family member's behaviors? As the Director at Cypress Clinic, I work with our group of MFTs to provide comprehensive and individualized assessment and treatment for mental health issues to promote the well-being of help-seeking individuals and their families. Our experienced and dedicated team helps people with a wide range of mental issues, such as depression, anxiety, trauma, ADHD, addictions, anger problems, and relational issues. Assessment methods include qEEG BrainMapping, clinical interviews, questionnaires, and computerized performance tests."
Ladd Sullivan, Marriage & Family Therapist
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
Verified by Psychology Today
"Let's face it. Men HATE talking about their feelings. Really hate it. They would rather have a root canal. Women spend their whole lives sharing their thoughts and feelings, but that is not true for men. Just the opposite. I understand what a challenge it is for your husband or boyfriend to open up and express their feelings. I help guys like me talk about their feelings to increase emotional intimacy, decrease conflict and improve their relationships with their girlfriends or wives. My mission is to HELP COUPLES HEAL."
(323) 531-5948
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"Let's face it. Men HATE talking about their feelings. Really hate it. They would rather have a root canal. Women spend their whole lives sharing their thoughts and feelings, but that is not true for men. Just the opposite. I understand what a challenge it is for your husband or boyfriend to open up and express their feelings. I help guys like me talk about their feelings to increase emotional intimacy, decrease conflict and improve their relationships with their girlfriends or wives. My mission is to HELP COUPLES HEAL."
Ana Carla G Laidley, Marriage & Family Therapist
Marriage & Family Therapist, MFT
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"One of my primary career objectives is help people helping themselves. I see Psychotherapy as a powerful tool for self-assistance and personal growth. My primary mission as psychotherapist is to encourage and assist people in finding ways to solve their emotional problems and develop more effective coping skills to deal with their issues. Through therapy people may find help to improve self-esteem, obtain self-confidence that promote a better quality life. Additionally, people may work on interpersonal relationship issues, fears, emotional conflicts, and traumas."
(424) 322-7401
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"One of my primary career objectives is help people helping themselves. I see Psychotherapy as a powerful tool for self-assistance and personal growth. My primary mission as psychotherapist is to encourage and assist people in finding ways to solve their emotional problems and develop more effective coping skills to deal with their issues. Through therapy people may find help to improve self-esteem, obtain self-confidence that promote a better quality life. Additionally, people may work on interpersonal relationship issues, fears, emotional conflicts, and traumas."
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
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"I believe the relationship between therapist and client is essential in understanding the underlying issues affecting one's obstacles to personal growth and happiness. It is my goal to provide a calm space and safe relationship towards that end. Working with adults, young adults and families for more than 20 years has given me a breadth of experience that I bring to the therapeutic relationship. I have particular experience with early trauma and PTSD; depression/anxiety; life transitions; addiction related symptoms; and, relationship issues."
(323) 745-2381
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"I believe the relationship between therapist and client is essential in understanding the underlying issues affecting one's obstacles to personal growth and happiness. It is my goal to provide a calm space and safe relationship towards that end. Working with adults, young adults and families for more than 20 years has given me a breadth of experience that I bring to the therapeutic relationship. I have particular experience with early trauma and PTSD; depression/anxiety; life transitions; addiction related symptoms; and, relationship issues."
Chong Yu, Marriage & Family Therapist
Marriage & Family Therapist, MFT
Verified by Psychology Today
"Bi-lingual: Korean-American Marriage and Family Therapist in Los Angeles County - Just minutes from Koreatown and Hancock Park area. Although looking in the mirror may not seem so difficult, looking beyond what is on the surface and into our souls - it can be. What everyone sees on the outside may not be how it feels inside. What seems small to others may be life changing for you. How do you cope with what life brings to you? How is it working for you?"
(626) 344-9975
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"Bi-lingual: Korean-American Marriage and Family Therapist in Los Angeles County - Just minutes from Koreatown and Hancock Park area. Although looking in the mirror may not seem so difficult, looking beyond what is on the surface and into our souls - it can be. What everyone sees on the outside may not be how it feels inside. What seems small to others may be life changing for you. How do you cope with what life brings to you? How is it working for you?"
Sujin Jeon, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
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"My name is Suzie and I am a licensed clinical social worker who is passionate about helping people. I graduated UCLA with my Master's in Social Work and went on to receive extensive training and experience in child welfare, mood disorders, psychotic disorders, addiction, chronic mental illness, community mental health, behavioral addictions, and client centered therapy. I believe that people are genuinely doing their best but may be lacking the support they need to improve their quality of life. "
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"My name is Suzie and I am a licensed clinical social worker who is passionate about helping people. I graduated UCLA with my Master's in Social Work and went on to receive extensive training and experience in child welfare, mood disorders, psychotic disorders, addiction, chronic mental illness, community mental health, behavioral addictions, and client centered therapy. I believe that people are genuinely doing their best but may be lacking the support they need to improve their quality of life. "
Jennifer Bergman, Marriage & Family Therapist
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
Verified by Psychology Today
"I provide a safe, collaborative space to help you get back to who you were, or would like to be. Sometimes this means looking to your past to help explain the present. Other times it means identifying outdated roles and stories that you are living by but no longer serve you. I will help you to explore, challenge, and learn more about who you are and what you need in order to be happy, and thriving."
(310) 321-4376
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"I provide a safe, collaborative space to help you get back to who you were, or would like to be. Sometimes this means looking to your past to help explain the present. Other times it means identifying outdated roles and stories that you are living by but no longer serve you. I will help you to explore, challenge, and learn more about who you are and what you need in order to be happy, and thriving."
Lauren Muhlheim, Psychologist
Psychologist, PsyD, FAED, CEDS
Verified by Psychology Today
"Are you worried about your child's eating? Has your child lost weight? Are you having trouble figuring out how to get him or her to eat? Are you feeling scared? Perhaps your teen is receiving eating disorder treatment that excludes you and you want to play a more active role. Maybe other treatments haven't helped. I can help you help your teen with an eating disorder heal and become a healthy independent young adult who can go about the business of building his or her life. I wrote, "When Your Teen Has an Eating Disorder...," New Harbinger, 2018."
(323) 387-3917
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"Are you worried about your child's eating? Has your child lost weight? Are you having trouble figuring out how to get him or her to eat? Are you feeling scared? Perhaps your teen is receiving eating disorder treatment that excludes you and you want to play a more active role. Maybe other treatments haven't helped. I can help you help your teen with an eating disorder heal and become a healthy independent young adult who can go about the business of building his or her life. I wrote, "When Your Teen Has an Eating Disorder...," New Harbinger, 2018."
Carolina Louis, Marriage & Family Therapist
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT
Verified by Psychology Today
"My approach to therapy focuses on establishing a warm, trusting relationship with my clients to help us explore deep personal issues. My areas of specialization include depression, anxiety, trauma, addictive behaviors, co-dependency, and life transitions. In my approach I use psycho-dynamic and solution-focused approaches to help dislodge old behavioral patterns and emphasize the importance of how our previous relationships impact our present. In therapy we will look to find meaning in our present day challenges, experiment with new ways of thinking and seek resolution."
(562) 210-0269
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"My approach to therapy focuses on establishing a warm, trusting relationship with my clients to help us explore deep personal issues. My areas of specialization include depression, anxiety, trauma, addictive behaviors, co-dependency, and life transitions. In my approach I use psycho-dynamic and solution-focused approaches to help dislodge old behavioral patterns and emphasize the importance of how our previous relationships impact our present. In therapy we will look to find meaning in our present day challenges, experiment with new ways of thinking and seek resolution."
April Mollner, Marriage & Family Therapist
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT, MA
Verified by Psychology Today
"April Mollner graduated from Antioch University with a master's degree in clinical psychology. A nationally-recognized anti-bullying advocate and keynote speaker at psychological conferences in the country who specializes in addiction & recovery. Known for her work with transgender youth in Hollywood & leading therapy in marginalized populations with a focus on helping individuals in recovery. Life stories are sometimes saturated in trauma, her hope is to help find positive narratives that help people heal through their resilience. Her dedication to 'lived in experiences' bridges new beginnings through a journey of strengths."
(323) 672-4191
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"April Mollner graduated from Antioch University with a master's degree in clinical psychology. A nationally-recognized anti-bullying advocate and keynote speaker at psychological conferences in the country who specializes in addiction & recovery. Known for her work with transgender youth in Hollywood & leading therapy in marginalized populations with a focus on helping individuals in recovery. Life stories are sometimes saturated in trauma, her hope is to help find positive narratives that help people heal through their resilience. Her dedication to 'lived in experiences' bridges new beginnings through a journey of strengths."
Helen Land, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, PhD, LCSW
Verified by Psychology Today
"If you have relationship conflict, feel depressed, anxious, or have trauma, you need a therapist who is both knowledgeable and experienced. In my many years practicing I've had the pleasure of teaching, writing, and helping individuals, couples, and families who've had vastly different problems. Everyone is different; therefore, I adapt to your particular needs. Together we work to help you feel better. I listen and I work with you to accomplish what works best for you as I know a wide array of best approaches. I think you will find me warm, open and friendly, and that I have a very broad knowledge base to draw upon."
(323) 271-4629
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"If you have relationship conflict, feel depressed, anxious, or have trauma, you need a therapist who is both knowledgeable and experienced. In my many years practicing I've had the pleasure of teaching, writing, and helping individuals, couples, and families who've had vastly different problems. Everyone is different; therefore, I adapt to your particular needs. Together we work to help you feel better. I listen and I work with you to accomplish what works best for you as I know a wide array of best approaches. I think you will find me warm, open and friendly, and that I have a very broad knowledge base to draw upon."
Maryam Rahimi Abundance Therapy Center, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
Verified by Psychology Today
"I am a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and I realize that seeking help may not be easy, whether you are just beginning or continuing your therapeutic journey. Nonetheless, seeking help is a powerful and courageous step to take and my goal is to provide a safe, comfortable and nonjudgmental place for you to express yourself. Throughout my clinical career, I have had the privilege of working with multiple populations from children, adolescents, adults, couples and families in different settings. "
(213) 344-0789
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"I am a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and I realize that seeking help may not be easy, whether you are just beginning or continuing your therapeutic journey. Nonetheless, seeking help is a powerful and courageous step to take and my goal is to provide a safe, comfortable and nonjudgmental place for you to express yourself. Throughout my clinical career, I have had the privilege of working with multiple populations from children, adolescents, adults, couples and families in different settings. "
Carol Kelson, Marriage & Family Therapist
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT, PhD
Verified by Psychology Today
"If you are looking for help with anxiety, depression, relationship issues and/or trauma, I hope to be of assistance to you. Because I utilize neurofeedback in my work, I also assist those with emotional issues relating to hormones, insomnia, tics, panic attacks, migraines, pain, ADHD, and mood swings. In addition to various treatment modalities, positive relationships help facilitate healing. A key aspect to the therapeutic process is the relationship between the client and therapist. Please feel free to contact or meet with me to see if you feel our relationship and my style of treatment is right for you."
(424) 336-9384
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"If you are looking for help with anxiety, depression, relationship issues and/or trauma, I hope to be of assistance to you. Because I utilize neurofeedback in my work, I also assist those with emotional issues relating to hormones, insomnia, tics, panic attacks, migraines, pain, ADHD, and mood swings. In addition to various treatment modalities, positive relationships help facilitate healing. A key aspect to the therapeutic process is the relationship between the client and therapist. Please feel free to contact or meet with me to see if you feel our relationship and my style of treatment is right for you."
Lynn Easley, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
Verified by Psychology Today
"For many people, a symptom is initially what brings them into therapy: relationship stress, anxiety, depression, perhaps an addiction. This symptom lets one know that life in its current arrangement is not working. For any number of reasons - trauma, loss - one's true nature has been diminished, co-opted, denied. It can give one a sense of feeling unrelated to one's life."
(323) 498-2898
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"For many people, a symptom is initially what brings them into therapy: relationship stress, anxiety, depression, perhaps an addiction. This symptom lets one know that life in its current arrangement is not working. For any number of reasons - trauma, loss - one's true nature has been diminished, co-opted, denied. It can give one a sense of feeling unrelated to one's life."
Christine Chae Abundance Therapy Center, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
Verified by Psychology Today
"You spend your day hustling only to end up feeling like you never measure up. You stay up at night thinking about all the mistakes you made. You want to be seen as able to "do it all" or "having it all together" but inside you feel like you're a wreck and out of control. You can't say "No" to your friends, family, co-workers, or boss when they ask you to do something you really don't want to do or have time for. If this sounds like you, you've come to the right place."
(213) 817-5486
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"You spend your day hustling only to end up feeling like you never measure up. You stay up at night thinking about all the mistakes you made. You want to be seen as able to "do it all" or "having it all together" but inside you feel like you're a wreck and out of control. You can't say "No" to your friends, family, co-workers, or boss when they ask you to do something you really don't want to do or have time for. If this sounds like you, you've come to the right place."
Robyn Sheiniuk, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
Verified by Psychology Today
"I believe it's a privilege to be invited into the inner-most lives of my clients. Building a trusting relationship with my clients is the basis of my practice. I have 20 years of experience built on a combination of psychodynamic and cognitive-behavioral therapeutic approaches. These approaches are used to reveal and understand both what drives a behavior, and practical ways to change and improve behaviors and patterns of relationships that are not working well. I believe that people are resilient and can learn to cope with the most difficult problems with the right tools and someone who supports them through the changes."
(323) 553-7268
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"I believe it's a privilege to be invited into the inner-most lives of my clients. Building a trusting relationship with my clients is the basis of my practice. I have 20 years of experience built on a combination of psychodynamic and cognitive-behavioral therapeutic approaches. These approaches are used to reveal and understand both what drives a behavior, and practical ways to change and improve behaviors and patterns of relationships that are not working well. I believe that people are resilient and can learn to cope with the most difficult problems with the right tools and someone who supports them through the changes."
Siri Sat Nam, Marriage & Family Therapist
Marriage & Family Therapist, PhD, LMFT
Verified by Psychology Today
"My ideal client is one who is ready to do the work! Yes, if we do the work then life becomes an opportunity to love, live, and live life. One of my former clients who just happened to have been an Emmy and Tony award winner stated, "Siri has the formula." I have humbly bowed my head at the feet of several masters. Now is the time when I am being called to lovingly share what I have learned as I hopefully elevate others in the process."
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"My ideal client is one who is ready to do the work! Yes, if we do the work then life becomes an opportunity to love, live, and live life. One of my former clients who just happened to have been an Emmy and Tony award winner stated, "Siri has the formula." I have humbly bowed my head at the feet of several masters. Now is the time when I am being called to lovingly share what I have learned as I hopefully elevate others in the process."
Patrice Bone, Marriage & Family Therapist
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA
Verified by Psychology Today
"Have you been putting up with half-assed relationships because it seems better than nothing? Have you been giving your all to everyone and everything around you and wondering when are you going to get something back? Do you look at yourself in the mirror sometimes and say I don't like myself anymore? Have you been noticing that the things that are most important to you get the least amount of time energy and nurturing?"
(323) 342-2277
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"Have you been putting up with half-assed relationships because it seems better than nothing? Have you been giving your all to everyone and everything around you and wondering when are you going to get something back? Do you look at yourself in the mirror sometimes and say I don't like myself anymore? Have you been noticing that the things that are most important to you get the least amount of time energy and nurturing?"
John X Gaspar, Marriage & Family Therapist
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
Verified by Psychology Today
"I am a Licensed Psychotherapist specializing in providing mental health services for those with psychological disorders and behavioral-emotional concerns. As a former Research Associate at UCLA's Semel Institute for Neuroscience, I come from a neuro-psychological background and have over ten years of experience as a mental health professional. I treat a wide range of psychological disorders including anxiety, depression, OCD, and behavioral disorders. Together with cognitive-behavioral techniques and therapeutic insights, we will work to help you overcome insecurities, embrace growth, and maximize your overall wellbeing."
(213) 699-4233
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"I am a Licensed Psychotherapist specializing in providing mental health services for those with psychological disorders and behavioral-emotional concerns. As a former Research Associate at UCLA's Semel Institute for Neuroscience, I come from a neuro-psychological background and have over ten years of experience as a mental health professional. I treat a wide range of psychological disorders including anxiety, depression, OCD, and behavioral disorders. Together with cognitive-behavioral techniques and therapeutic insights, we will work to help you overcome insecurities, embrace growth, and maximize your overall wellbeing."

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Oppositional Defiance Therapists
All children are oppositional from time to time. But their behavior can become incessantly and openly uncooperative such that it stands out relative to other children. Oppositional Defiant Disorder (or sometimes referred to as "ODD") tends to be evidenced by frequent temper tantrums, excessive arguing with adults, the questioning of rules, active defiance and refusal to comply with adult requests. You may also see deliberate attempts to annoy or upset people, blaming of others, being touchy or easily annoyed by others, frequent anger and resentment, mean and hateful talking when upset, a spiteful attitude and revenge seeking.

These therapists can help with oppositional defiance in 90010 or provide counseling for parents handling an oppositional defiant kid in 90010, oppositional defiant teen or oppositional defiant children in 90010.

How can I tell if a therapist is right for me?
Therapists in 90010 are able to work with a wide range of issues.

For example, if you're seeking a marriage counselor in 90010 you'll find that most therapists are trained in marriage counseling or couples counseling in 90010 and couples therapy. And they welcome families for family counseling in 90010 or family therapy in 90010.