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Addiction Recovery

Different individuals may require different paths to recovery.  In working with addiction by pulling from abstinence-based and harm reduction interventions, treatment options may be tailored to each individual's unique needs. 

Individuals in recovery often find themselves needing additional support to address issues that arise in early and long-term sobriety. Therapy can assist in addressing underlying issues, relapse prevention, exploring identity outside of addiction, and managing co-occuring disorders. 

Sexual Trauma

Sexual abuse and trauma can lead to a variety of symptoms including shame, anger, disconnection to self, dissociation, low self-esteem, difficulties with trust and intimacy, and more.


Processing the trauma typically involves creating a safe and supportive environment within the therapeutic setting to address the emotional impact of abuse, exploring coping strategies, and working towards healing and recovery.


Grief is a complex emotional response to loss. If grief goes unprocessed, it may manifest in various ways such as depression, anxiety, feelings of emptiness, difficulty in relationships, work performance, and overall quality of life.

Processing grief in therapy is not about "getting over" the loss but rather learning to integrate it into one's life. This involves creating a safe space for individuals to explore and express their emotions related to the loss.


  • Identity Exploration 

  • Sexuality

  • Shame

  • Anxiety

  • Depression

  • Life Transitions

  • Relationship Difficulties


  • Adolescents

  • Adults

  • Individuals

  • Couples

Let's work together

Please call or email to arrange a free 20-minute phone consultation.




4622A Hollywood Blvd,

Los Angeles, CA 90027


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