Psychotherapists in Moreno Valley CA. Caring and Licensed Psychotherapy in Moreno Valley, California.


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Psychotherapist

Lu Ann Ahrens, MS, LMFT

Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist

5053 La Mart Drive, Suite 105, Riverside, CA

I count it a privilege to walk with my clients into a new version of themselves through sessions in the therapy room. I work to deeply hear and understand my clients. We will look at how they got where they are and work to change the perspective/dynamic that's keeping them in this painful place. We will look at how past and current relationships have impacted them and changes they can make to improve their relationships.

Psychotherapist

Randy Stier, LMFT, LPCC, CT, GC-C

Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor

1325 E. Cooley Dr., Suite 105, Colton, CA

I am a thoughtful and compassionate therapist who strives to integrate the most helpful concepts from modern therapeutic approaches. I have an affinity for object relations theory (how we unconsciously recreate our past relationships), family systems theory (how each person plays a role in maintaining family "stability"), and attachment theory (how we learned to attach to our caretakers to survive or thrive as children). I approach counseling from a hopeful, strength-based perspective and believe that the therapeutic relationship is the most important factor for a positive outcome. It has been my honor to witness the resiliency of the human spirit to overcome daunting obstacles.

Psychotherapist

Colleen Young, M.S., LMFT

Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist

7121 Magnolia Avenue, Suite K, Riverside, CA

I chose the field of counseling because I am passionate about people & the process of growth. I chose to be a psychotherapist out of a sincere desire to help others believe in themselves and reach the goals they have set to lead more sucessful lives and enjoy healthier, happier relationships with those around them. I have a broad experience in working with individuals, children, couples & families. I consider it an honor to be present alongside my clients on such a rich, rewarding and powerful journey.

Psychotherapist

Thomas Schmierer, LMFT

Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist

4308 Lime Street, Ste 400, Riverside, CA

Are you sick of some persistent feeling, thought, behavior, or situation? There is a way out. Your time and money are valuable, thus I use the latest accelerated approaches for change. I use two key elements in therapy: (1) A non-judgmental approach towards your feelings and (2) a process of cause-and-effect discovery. Once my clients accept their "feeling selves" and discover the sources of their current unwanted psychological experiences, they usually experience a "felt shift" -- a lasting transformation that sets them free. To start working towards inner peace, call Thomas today!

Psychotherapist

Sarah Nunley, M.S., LMFT

Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist

620 Edgar Ave., Beaumont, CA

Therapy is something everyone can benefit from at some point in their lifetime. We are made to connect with others and as human beings connecting to others can be helpful and can also have the ability to hurt us. How we manage that hurt is sometimes what brings people to therapy. Having a good therapist to work with to achieve goals together is what can make for a rewarding and healing therapeutic process.

Psychotherapist

Thomas Luttrell, PhD

Registered Marriage and Family Therapist Intern (MFTI)

1881 Commercenter East, Suite 232, San Bernardino, CA

While I am technically a psychotherapist, I do not like the word "psychotherapy" for two reasons. First, when people hear the word, they usually think of a troubled person reclining on a couch. I like to think of myself as an advanced coach because I can help people regardless of the severity of their challenges, but we can get deep into the nitty-gritty emotional content of a relationship if we need to. Second, I work with more than one person, because I help improve relationships, which *may* involve two or more people in the room.

Psychotherapist

Priscilla Baudoin, MFT

Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist

5030 Mission Hills Dr., Banning, CA

In order to understand why one feels and acts as they do requires exploring early childhood experiences that influenced current behaviors. Through this understanding one can learn new behaviors. There are messages you received as a child that live within your subconscious and affect how you feel about yourself. Gaining some insight into those early childhood messages you received from your caretakers will help you understand why you feel as you do and with that understanding you can choose new self-concepts and behaviors.

Psychotherapist

Catherine Wheeler, MFT

Dr.

1411 Rimpau Ave., Corona, CA

Today we want so much from life and from love. Finally we have tools to help us grow out of issues that keep us stuck! Tools can be used to release buried feelings that keep us wound up, anxious and too compulsive (or addictive) to really connect and feel nourished. Using tools helps us regain our center and overcome the wounds from our childhood that hold us back. Depression, anxiety and old anger can restrict our capacity to really live a full life. Tools give us a way to have healthy boundaries, to manage our moods better, to be more sensual and passionate and to make life feel like an adventure, not a endurance test! We don't have to be perfect but we can reach our potential!

Psychotherapist

Carol Adkisson, MA

LMFT

9161 Sierra Ave. Suite 201-C, Fontana, CA

Psychotherapy is a means by which the therapist helps you to challenge your thoughts and feelings and explore new ideas that help you to manage your life in a healthier manner. Do you want to make these changes in your life? I know it is difficult to make new choices. Those new choices will bring you the life that you currently want. All it takes is willingness on your part.

Psychotherapist

Inland Integrated Wellness Center, Licensed Marriage Family Therapist

Inland Integrated Wellness Center

817 West Grand Blvd., Corona, CA

Clients quickly notice the qualitative difference between Counselors and Psychotherapists. Psychotherapy is practiced by licensed and pre-licensed professionals that are (or in the process of being ) board certified and under the ethical and legal guidelines of the mental health professions. They are qualified to diagnose, evaluate assess, and treat individuals and families effected by mental illness, and comprehensive relational problems. Our clients benefit from therapists who practice and utilize a variety of psychotherapy modalities including: Cognitive Behavioral, EMDR, Solution Focused, Emotionally Focused, Brief Therapy, Gestalt, Experiential, and Family therapy.

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Psychotherapist in Moreno Valley CA.

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