INDIVIDUALS (click for more information)

West los angeles psychotherapy for individuals struggling with anger problems              






     learn to manger the anger that comes from:

  •                    hurt, rejection, abuse,
  •                    being tricked, manipulated, or scapegoated.
  •                    Process your anger at the loss of a loved one, poor health, personal injury, loss of job or opportunity that you worked hard to get.

Client experience: “I want to thank you so much for helping me during one of the darkest periods of my life, and continuing with me when I got out to the other side. I really felt like everything was crashing in one me, and you gave me immense perspective, and really helped me grow and push through. People have definitely noticed a positive change in me, and more importantly, I have too, as a result of all the progress that we’ve made together.”  – Twenty five year old single female after losing her boyfriend and dealing with father’s ill health.


COUPLES: straight, gay and lesbian (click for more details)

west los angeles psychotherapy for couples dealing with anger and conflict





Express and deal with anger arising from

Client experience: “I was so mad at my partner for always thinking the worst of me. She made me feel shut out and rejected. I used to explode or give her the silent treatment. I didn’t want to go to therapy. I thought I would find out that she really didn’t want me. I was surprised to discover that I misread her and that she thought I didn’t care about her feelings! You helped us communicate our true feelings and now it comes more naturally. We don’t see each other as ogres any more, but as loving partners even if we get on each other’s nerves now and again.”  – Thirty year old man who was ready to give up on his marriage.


FAMILIES (click for more information)

west los angeles psychotherapy for families dealing with tension, conflict and parenting challenges   




Client experience “ I thought I was a really bad mother because my son took drugs and didn’t do much with his life. When my daughter and I started fighting I got scared that I would fail her too. You helped me understand why we got so mad at each other. I can figure her out better. Now she wants to talk to me so I don’t have to try so hard to make sure she is okay.”  – Mother of an adult son and teenage daughter.

Focus and redirect anger stemming from:

  • Divorce and Separation
  • Parenting Challenges
  • Tensions, misunderstandings, battles
  • Grudges
  • Estrangement
  • Bereavement


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