Psychotherapists in Mid Wilshire CA. Caring and Licensed Psychotherapy in Mid Wilshire, California.


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Psychotherapist

Kaitlin Dull, LMSW, ASW

Registered Associate Clinical Social Worker

Within Driving Distance of Mid Wilshire, CA

I am deeply committed to a therapeutic approach that celebrates my clients' uniquenesses and explores the ways that your differences are actually strengths. We will work together to help you further develop these innate strengths, providing you with tools to navigate challenging relationships & transitions, support meaningful relationship growth, achieve your goals, and build a more enriching, sustainable life. I practice relational therapy, which emphasizes your experience in the present moment through awareness of both mind & body, as well as placing significant value on our therapeutic relationship as a primary support for facilitating the change you desire.

Psychotherapist

Adam Sheck, PsyD

Licensed Clinical Psychologist

Within Driving Distance of Mid Wilshire, CA

As a Clinical Psychologist with over 25 years of experience, the focus of my work is PASSION. My work with individuals and couples is to create a deeper relationship first with ourselves and then within the relationship to have a more fulfilled and passionate life. In my experience, passion comes when our inner life matches our outer life, when we live authentically and in integrity with our values. My work with individuals begins there, identifying our values and what excites us and removing the blocks to living that inner truth more fully in our lives.

Psychotherapist

Jamey Hecht, MA, PhD, LMFT

Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist

Within Driving Distance of Mid Wilshire, CA

Psychotherapy brings insight, and there is some relief in this--sometimes even joy. But what heals people from pain, freeing them to move on from developmental states of being stuck, is a relationship of integrity and empathic responsiveness. Together the client and the clinician explore the issues that brought him or her through the door. It's a safe place to feel your feelings, to cry any necessary tears, and to say what must be said. More than this, it's a regularly recurring chance to be heard as you figure out what you want your life to be, and how you can become the stronger person that you ultimately are.

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