Kathryn Bryan, LMFT, ATR-BC
Marriage and Family Therapist, Board-Certified Art Therapist
28720 Roadside Dr, Suite 196, Agoura Hills, CA 91301
Psychotherapy is a mental health treatment modality conducted by a Master's level clinician. The focus of psychotherapy can be varied. Some examples include -The resolution of psychological symptoms (low mood, poor concentration, low self-esteem, frequent worries, feeling on edge, etc.) -The decrease of compulsive or troublesome behavior (gambling, angry outbursts, tantrums, shopping, food, alcohol/drugs etc.) -Improving wellness -The promotion of self-awareness The focus of psychotherapy is totally up to you, the client.
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Jo Ellen Fletcher, M.A.,LMFT
Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist
5014 Chesebro Rd. First Floor, Agoura Hills, CA 91301
I believe in showing my clients empathy, compassion, and unconditional positive regard. There is no script to follow. It is simply listening, holding space, withholding judgement, emotionally connecting, and communicating the incredibly healing message of, "You are not alone." My approach to helping is to show up authentically, without judgment and provide unconditional acceptance and guidance in the therapy room. My philosophy regarding psychotherapy is that healing happens in a warm and safe therapeutic relationship. What I find most important is creating a space between the therapist and client that is sacred, unique, very honest, and above all, compassionate. I use down to earth examples and exercises as a way to approach the healing process...(view profile to read more)