David Silverman, LMFT, EMDR Trained

Stanford University Psychotherapist (Licensed LMFT)

Location: 2001 Barrington Ave. , West Los Angeles 90025
Fast Contact: Email or Call David.
Anxiety/Panic AttacksSex Therapy/Couples Intimacy
Depression/Suicidality.Addictions/ Alcohol - Heroin
Victims Of Violence/PTSD - EMDRRelationship/ Family Problems.
Writer's Block/Creative CareersCouples And Family/Children

You're sick of feeling frustrated, anxious, sad, overwhelmed, or maybe even depressed. Don't worry, I'm here to give you the tools that will help right away. You will be okay. Please call me, David Silverman, Stanford University Psychotherapist FREE at 310-850-470

Lori Chaikin, Psy.D., LMFT, ATR


Location Near Therapist: West Los Angeles, CA
Fast Contact: Email or Call Dr. Chaikin.
Abuse; Complex Trauma; PTSDAddiction And Substance Abuse
Children And AdolescentsDepression And Anxiety
Life TransitionsLoss And Bereavement
RelationshipsSelf-Esteem & Identity Issues

The only issue there ever is, is how you are with yourself while you go through any experience. I collaborate with clients in creating a new relationship with themselves so that they can learn to thrive regardless of life's circumstances.

Ellie Zarrabian, PhD, CMT

Founder & Spiritual Director

Location: Centerpeace Foundation, West Los Angeles 90024
Fast Contact: Email or Call Dr. Zarrabian.
AnxietySexual Orientation
Death and DyingParenting

If you are sensitive, intuitive, creative, spiritual but not religious, feel easily overwhelmed and struggling with work or relationships then you may be a Highly Sensitive Person (HSP). Read on to see if you are an HSP and types of therapy available for you.

Corey Hooper, MA, MFT

Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist

Location Near Therapist: West Los Angeles, CA
Fast Contact: Email or Call Corey.
Dreamwork/depth psychologySandplay/active imagination
Anxiety & DepressionRelational Issues
Jungian analysisTrauma, PTSD
Life transitionsSelf-awareness/self-worth

I specialize in working with individuals who want to connect with their inner lives, dreams, and unrealized potentials. Although I work in the spirit of C.G. Jung and other depth-oriented psychotherapists, I am flexible in providing treatment that is suited for you.

Kristin Allen, MA, LMFT

Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist

Location Near Therapist: West Los Angeles, CA
Fast Contact: Email or Call Kristin.
TeensGrief and Loss

Does life feel overwhelming? Have you been feeling sad, worried or having trouble managing your emotions? Have you tried to cope on your own, but still feel stuck? There is hope. Together, you and I will address what’s going on and help free you from your pain.

Dr. Pamela Sobo, Psy. D.

Clinical Psychologist

Location Near Therapist: West Los Angeles, CA
Fast Contact: Email or Call Dr. Sobo.
TraumaIssues due to medical conditions
Chronic Pain And DisabilityOvereating/ Addiction

My interest is to help relieve your distress and to help you achieve a better sense of well being in a safe private setting. Contact me for a phone consultation and let's talk. Let's work to discover your path for restoration and growth.

Related Sites:
West Los Angeles Chamber of Commerce
California Board of Behavioral Sciences

Therapist West Los Angeles California

Counselor Elmira, Dixon, Fairfield, Winters, Davis, Napa, Vallejo

West Los Angeles is located right in the middle of Los Angeles County. This prime location makes it very attractive to businesses and families alike. Many young professionals and working class families make West Los Angeles their home. The city's proximity to the University of California at Los Angeles also makes it an attractive option for students who want to live off campus. The city's parks and recreation department operates Stoner Recreation Center, which includes a waterpark, barbeque pits, a baseball diamond and basketball courts for every family's enjoyment.1

Mental Health in West Los Angeles

In Los Angeles County, one in five children live in poverty. Nearly 60,000 people do not have a permanent home, nearly 7,000 of which are veterans of the U.S. armed forces. Furthermore, just 61 percent of students in the Los Angeles Unified School District graduate from high school. As a result, these populations have increased difficulty finding adequate employment, permanent housing, and access to medical and mental health care services.2

Children and teenagers who are experiencing grief and loss can get support services at their school as part of the school-based support services provided by Our House. The groups provide a safe, caring place where children can express and work through their emotions. Groups meet for ten weeks, during which kids learn resiliency skills, learn how to express their emotions, and experience support from their peers. All school-based groups are provided free of charge. For more information about Our House's in-school groups, call 1-888-417-1444.3

Current Education

Human services workers who wish to advance their education can enroll in graduate and doctoral degree programs at Argosy University. Both programs provide students with foundational knowledge of clinical psychology. Academically challenging classes provide students with the knowledge and skills they need to be effective counselors. Field experiences allow students to hone their craft while under the supervision of experienced clinicians. For more information about these degree programs, call 310-531-9700.4


1. Wikipedia. (2014). West Los Angeles, California. Retrieved from http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/West_Los_Angeles.
2. United Way LA. (2014). Our Work. Retrieved from http://www.unitedwayla.org/our-work/.
3. Our House. (2013). School-Based Grief Support Program. Retrieved from https://www.ourhouse-grief.org/support-groups/groups_a_schools/.
4. Argosy University. (2014). College of Clinical Psychology. Retrieved from http://www.argosy.edu/colleges/college-of-clinical-psychology-at-argosy-university/default.aspx.