Is your relationship in trouble?
Are you struggling with your eating habits?
Are you struggling to have children?
Do you desire passion in your career?
Dr. Hillary Lynn Goldsher, Psy.D and MBA, is committed to providing compassionate support to these and many more life issues.
ABOUT DR. GOLDSHER:
Dr. Goldsher’s journey to becoming a psychologist was an unusual one. In 1998, She graduated from
Northwestern's Kellogg School of Management with an MBA in Business and worked for over 10 years in a fortune 500 medical supply corporation. There, she worked in sales and marketing, where she participated in the positioning and selling of complex medical devices. Dr. Goldsher was very successful in this arena but always felt a pull towards the world of helping others. After a decade in the business world, she could no longer deny this pull and began her pursuit of a doctorate in clinical psychology at the California School of Professional Psychology.
Dr. Goldsher is a clinical psychologist who specializes in the treatment of:
- eating disorders
- couples therapy
- domestic violence
- women dealing with fertility issues
During the course of her studies, Dr. Goldsher became particularly
interested in eating disorders and dedicates a significant portion of
her practice to those suffering with anorexia and bulimia nervosa. Dr.
Goldsher also focused her study and attention on working with couples
and helping women deal with the pain, grief, and anxiety associated with
In addition, she works regularly with clients dealing with:
Dr Goldsher also works with clients dealing with issues related to the business and/or corporate environment due to her extensive experience in the business world.
- relationship/family issues
- work conflicts
- self-improvement or growth
Dr. Goldsher believes that healing comes from a willingness to deeply experience, explore, and feel one’s emotions that are related to both present and past circumstances. Unexamined feelings can often lead to unwanted or painful symptoms. The process of understanding one’s feelings and emotions allows one to grieve. Grieving allows for the purging of emotions which creates space for new, more positive emotions, thoughts, and behaviors.
Dr. Goldher believes that therapy is not magic, but rather a process that requires work, commitment, and faith. Change often comes as a whisper rather than as a thunder bolt. However, Dr. Goldsher believes it is the slow,steady changes that lead to sustained changes.
IN THE MEDIA:
Dr. Goldsher is presently working in her private practice located in Beverly Hills, CA. To learn more about her and her approach to psychotherapy, please go to www.drhillarygoldsher.com
Written Works by Hillary GoldsherExperiential Therapy and Family Systems Not So Different: Pseudoimportant Distinctions Between Psychological Study Types A Review of the Etiology and Epidemiology of Anorexia Nervosa Gender Differences in the Connection Between Social Support and Health Intercultural Processes and Human Diversity
Dr. Hillary Goldsher ReachesBeverly Hills CACulver City CALos Angeles CAGlendale CA