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Marriage and Family Therapist
Pasadena, CA
I am passionate about providing a safe space for my clients to process and talk about the negative and positive experiences that life brings their way. It is my focus to help my clients achieve their life goals, cultivate a meaningful life, improve their quality of life, find their voice, better ...

Next Availability: Monday, 10/18


Behavioral Health Therapist
Huntington Beach, CA
As a licensed therapist in Huntington Beach, Orange County, I tailor a therapy session to the unique needs of the client. I believe in pulling from many successful techniques in an eclectic and integrated approach to therapy. Therapist flexibility is important, so I offer options of tele-health, ...

Next Availability: Sunday, 10/17


LMFT
Encino, CA | Irvine, CA
Hello, I am Ilana! I am a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist in the State of California (LMFT #116296). I received my undergraduate degree in psychology from UC Berkeley. Prior to enrolling in my Master’s program, I worked with children who have autism. I then received my Master’s in Psychol...

Next Availability: Sunday, 10/17


Behavioral health therapy
Los Angeles, CA | Inglewood, CA
Introduce yourself to prospective clients. We suggest adding how you got started, any treatment or client specializations, and how your services can provide a meaningful impact to clients.

Next Availability: Sunday, 10/17


Honored Intuition Therapist
Los Angeles, CA
Hey there, I'm Ashanique and I'm so glad your intuition led you here. I am a Los Angeles Licensed Clinical Social Worker in private practice. I have experience working with adults and youths to improve their self-awareness and improve coping skills. I am passionate about Maternal Mental Health...

Next Availability: Sunday, 10/17


LCSW
Irvine, CA
I have spent thousands of hours parenting, leading and helping others. In my work as a California-based therapist, professor and leadership coach, I am able to pass forward specific tools and wisdom to help others find their way through hard times and keep a mindset of hope while they take their ...

Next Availability: Monday, 10/18


LCSW
Long Beach, CA | LONG BEACH, CA
As a licensed clinical social worker, my education and professional discipline are concentrated on understanding human behavior. Our experiences feed and deplete our soul, then inform how we respond to ourselves and others. Those events get seared into our brain and set the stage for what we do n...

Next Availability: Friday, 10/22


AMFT, APCC
Upland, CA | Pomona, CA
I am a marriage and family therapist specializing in helping clients developing healthier relationships with themselves first which contributes then helps foster healthier relationships with others. I set a foundation of helping clients understand themselves and the behaviors that are causing the...

Next Availability: Monday, 10/18


LMFT, 122514
Los Angeles, CA
Life can be inherently stressful. We often feel trapped by our own circumstances, voiceless in our relationships and powerless to significant change in our lives. We even convince ourselves that if we just wait a little while longer, the problem might go away. Well first let me start by saying t...

Next Availability: Monday, 10/18


PsyD, LMFT
Costa Mesa, CA
I am a white presenting multicultural therapist and am passionate about working with families. I identify with the LGBTQIA+ population and believe in decolonizing mental health and advocating for my clients in their healing journey. I started my private practice during COVID in order to support c...

Next Availability: Wednesday, 10/20


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