Psychotherapists in Los Angeles. Caring and Licensed Psychotherapy in Los Angeles, California.

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Cynthia Henrie, LMFT, BCETS, CATSM

LA Therapy Network - Feminist Therapy, Trauma Experts

774 Terrace 49, Los Angeles, CA 90042

As a therapist I am trained in and specialize in feminist therapy, trauma therapy and therapy with adolescents and their families. I am also a specialist in therapy with gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender/gender variant individuals/families. I use feminist therapy, a form of therapy whose focus is on empowering you as an individual. I am specially trained in the treatment of GLBT issues and have over 20 years experience. I am a trauma expert and am trained ina variety of treatment approaches. I am able to offer you very specialized help with traumatic experiences that will resolve anxiety, depression and relaionship problems caused by traumatic origins. Holistc approach, whole body!


Jeffrey Chernin, Ph.D., MFT

Licensed Psychotherapist

6310 San Vicente Blvd.Ste 410, Los Angeles, CA 90048

We all need help somtimes. Although I have expertise regarding psychological aspects of living, you are the one who lives your life. Therefore, my role is not to tell you what to do, but rather we would work together to achieve your goals. I make no guarantees, but I have helped many people in the past 25 years to overcome crippling depression, reduce panic and anxiety to manageable levels, and resolve challenging relationships. issues


Lara Harris, M.A., M.F.T.

Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist

444 North Larchmont Boulevard, suite 109, Los Angeles, CA 90004

What is keeping you from living the life you want? Individual therapy is a powerful tool to identify goals and remove the obstacles that prevent you from experiencing more fulfilling relationships with yourself, your work, and other people. Individuals come to therapy at different moments in life. If you are experiencing anxiety or depression, struggling with self-esteem or relationship issues, abusing substances, feeling professionally frustrated, or experiencing grief and loss, the process of individual therapy is an effective way to create the change you want to see in your life.


Roni(t) Meshie Mai Lami, MSc, PhD

Clinical Psychologist; Hypnotherapist; Org. Psych.

Roxbury Dr, Los Angeles, CA 90035

Having the desire to deeply experience, explore, and feel our emotions that are related to both present and past circumstances is at the core of the process. Unexamined feelings can often lead to negative feeling or experiences which their cause is not understand. The process of understanding one’s feelings and emotions allows us to grow. Psychotherapy can awaken us to discover the real reason we choose our behaviors.


Joy Davidson, Ph.D, MFT

Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist

Within Driving Distance of Los Angeles, CA

Clients have often asked me to explain “how” psychotherapy works and what “exactly" it does. I wish I had an easy response to those questions, but the reality is that psychotherapy is complicated and a bit different for everyone. It usually starts when you're ready to address a problem you’ve seen in front of you for awhile. Yet, really good therapy is not just about helping you tackle what bothers you; it’s also about showing you how to expand your life and your world--make it a grander, more inspiring one. Perhaps, in the final analysis (pun intended), psychotherapy allows you to fulfill your own promise and enables you to love others fully, fearlessly, and honestly.


Kevin Fleming Ph.D.

Coach/Change Agent/Consultant

Los Angeles, CA 90077

James Hillman once said, "We've had a hundred years of psychotherapy and the world is getting worse." While there are many occasions where the validation and listening endemic to psychotherapy makes sense, there are times where we over assume that "feeling better" and "changing behavior" are the same. Grey Matters International, Inc. goes after the forgotten brain laws to behavior change that therapists miss when processing hours and hours of dialogues with people. Utilizing a cutting edge technology to facilitate the emotional process of change, we can make the therapy process way more effective, faster, and with less money spent. Contact or 877-606-6161.


Jim Tauber and Laura Newman, MA, LMFT

Licensed Marriage & Family Therapists

2717 S. Robertson Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90034

As co-therapists we bring greater awareness of what is going on in the room. We focus on the here and now. We bring experience in Gestalt, humanistic, mindfulness and narrative therapy into the room. We strive to create a safe and collaborative environment. We work together to help couples understand their patterns of behavior, acting out, shutting down and arguing. We focus on how a couple fights and not what they fight about. When we help you to understand and accept who you are now, change becomes a reality.


Kathryn Bryan, LMFT, ATR-BC

Marriage and Family Therapist, Board-Certified Art Therapist

2716 S Vermont Ave, Suite 9, Los Angeles, CA 90007

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.


Daryl Temkin, Daryl Temkin

Ph.D., Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist

Online Therapist / Coach

Psychotherapy or counseling is an essential tool to provide individuals, couples or family groups who may have been in conflict, discord or even crisis to a new level of resolve and ideally into a functioning working relationship with restored possibilities of effective communications and an integration of new responses and new relationship insight and responsibility. Counseling an psychotherapy are meant to help a person see themselves and the world around them in a manner which can provide them with valuable insights, awareness and useful life tools which will lead to effective and successful behaviors, personal contentment and greater possible happiness.


Ellen Klavan, MA, MFT

Marriage and Family Therapist

420 1/2 North Larchmont, Los Angeles, CA 90046

The fundamental building block of successful psychotherapy is the relationship between the client and the therapist. If the client doesn't feel safe, accepted and respected, therapy cannot proceed effectively. So we start there--with a strong therapeutic alliance--and we begin to explore the underlying issues that have led to the problems or concerns the client comes to resolve. Often this takes us back to childhood, where many of these issues originate. We bring those childhood issues back to the present and see how understanding the past can help us change the way we interact in the present. Ultimately it is the clients goals that dictate the course of the therapy.

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