If my fee is currently unaffordable, or I am unable to accommodate new clients, I have two incredible associates in my practice who have similar training, background and specialties as I do. They are like-minded in my approach, and could not be more highly recommended.
Jennifer received her Master's Degree in Clinical Psychology from The Chicago School of Professional Psychology in downtown Los Angeles. She completed her clinical training at Glendale Community College, where she worked with a diverse student population of all ages, backgrounds, nationalities, genders, and sexualities.
In her current practice, she helps individuals and couples challenge lifelong patterns, address old wounds and traumas, and confront themselves in an approachable and compassionate way, allowing her clients to expand their toolboxes. She utilizes reflection, trauma healing, creativity, storytelling, bodywork, mindfulness, curiosity, and humor to create a gentle environment that encourages discovery, healing, and practicing new ways of being human.
She was also involved in the entertainment industry for many years, allowing her to be uniquely qualified to understand the stressors, pressures, and creative obstacles that come with it. In addition, she has insight into the issues that musicians often come up against, such as dealing with substance abuse, relationship issues, financial instability, and feelings of being unrooted.
Jennifer is an Registered Associate Family and Marriage Therapist (#122690) working under the clinical supervision of Bonnie Rae, Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist (LMFT #91089), as she finishes up her hours toward licensure. Therapy can provide a beautifully unique relationship to foster growth, which is why it’s important to choose a therapist who feels like a good fit. If you are interested in working with Jennifer, please feel free to contact her directly for a free 20-minute phone consultation.
Jason brings his kind, empathetic, humorous and honest nature to his work as a therapist. Whether you’re seeking large-scale change, support in everyday life, or both; he strives to create a safe, judgement free space where you can explore and process life’s challenges. Jason’s goal is to ally with you as you collaborate towards positive change. He aims to improve relationships with both yourself and others by increasing insight and awareness.
Jason received a Master’s Degree in Clinical Psychology from Antioch University Los Angeles where he specialized in LGBTQI Affirmative Psychology. As an LGBTQI affirmative therapist, he is well versed in the distinct challenges those in the community struggle with. He completed his clinical training at AIDS Project Los Angeles where he worked with both individuals and couples affected by HIV. He continues his mental health work in the role of Resident Advisor at Teenline, a crisis hotline for teenagers.
As a former member of the entertainment industry, Jason has first-hand experience in the unique demands of this field. He feels passionate about helping writers, actors, directors, producers, creative types and artists navigate the challenges and emotional ups and downs of the industry.
Jason works with both individuals and couples on issues ranging from depression, anxiety, self-esteem, phase of life difficulties and relationships. Jason will support and advocate for self-acceptance and finding authenticity in the life you lead.
Jason is an Registered Associate Family and Marriage Therapist (#111057) working under the clinical supervision of Bonnie Rae, Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist (LMFT #91089), as he finishes up his hours toward licensure. If you are interested in working with Jason, please contact me or him directly. He offers a free phone consultation to see if you are a good fit.