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Registered Associate Marriage and Family Therapist #141360



The fact you are here says so much about your desire for change, whether big or small, internal or external.

As your therapist, I aim to help you rediscover that voice of yours, the same one you have had all along. My clients are often in a life transition or suffering from a serious case of people-pleasing. Or, they may be recovering from emotional abuse making it virtually impossible to even be sure what it is they want. I help in the arenas of relationships, family dynamics, career transitions, and communication skills.


It may feel like you've been hiding parts of who you are, neglecting goals or self care, or sitting in the ever present self-doubt. But invisibilizing ourselves can feel extremely isolating. 


When there is grief, trauma, loss, confusion, relationship pain or the desire to get past that self-doubt and build a more cohesive life, therapy can help uncover the roots beneath patterns you hope to shift.


Your inner voice (whether you hear it yet or not) already knows the way. My goal is to help you illuminate that path.

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Sometimes we are blessed with being able to choose the time, and the arena, and the manner of our revolution, but more usually we must do battle where we are standing.

Audre Lorde




I draw from multiple models to meet your unique goals: Emotionally Focussed (EFT), Psychodynamic, Narrative, Gestalt, Internal Family Systems (IFS), aspects of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) and Mindfulness. We explore your attachment history and work toward increasing your overall sense of resiliency. I take a strengths-based approach, exploring limiting cultural messages and help you to align your core values with your life.

I specialize in emotional or narcissistic abuse recovery. We can firm up your boundaries and help you move on from this treacherous mistreatment. 

I also maintain a sex-positive orientation – including issues related to sexuality, heteronormativity, oppressive messaging, and gender performance. I am an ally of the LGBTQI community, believing we can fight back against the norms that aim to tell individuals and couples how to live their lives. 


About Me

Before beginning my own therapeutic journey, I lived on autopilot. Sure, I made choices for myself. Some were even brazen! But mostly, they tended to be strategic, proving to myself and the world, I was in control, self-reliant. Safe. This was a trauma response causing me to move at breakneck speed, making decisions that weren’t always in my best interest. One day, I stared myself down in the mirror. I was going to have to accept the choices I was making in order to sort out what was not mine, things that had happened to me, and the things that were mine, things I was doing to myself. Turned out, I too had the right to discernment.  

I found my way back to my original life goal from a young age. I wanted to help others find trust in themselves again. 

I have my B.A. from the University of California at Berkeley in liberal arts; worked in TV in Hollywood for many years, and much later received my M.A. in Clinical Psychology from Antioch University LA. I interned at Southern California Counseling Center and continue on to train at the Pacific Gestalt Institute and in Emotionally Focussed Therapy. I am a member of ICEEFT, EFT Center of LA, PGI, CAMFT & APA. I am employed and Supervised by Christine Campbell LMFT #46166 located in Burbank, CA. 

You will never be able to escape from your heart. 
So it's better to listen to what it has to say.  

Paulo Coelho, The Alchemist

What to Expect

During a free 20-minute phone consultation we assess whether I am the right therapist for your needs. Then we schedule our first 50 min session. 

In person sessions are available:

Mondays & Thursdays afternoon/evenings.

Telehealth available:

Mondays, Thursdays, Fridays & Saturdays. 

Therapy is a process of discovery, inquiry, and courage. It can feel liberating to vent to someone. But there is also emotional work. I hold space for you to be you, however you show up. This is a non-judgmental space.

What to Expect


Standard fee for individuals is $160 dollars per 60-minute session and $185 for couples (60 to 70 mins)

I am not in-network with insurance companies but I can supply a Superbill. 

We accept payments through Credit (or Debit) Card or Check. 


If you have insurance, please contact your insurance to find out if they will accept a Superbill from out-of-network mental health providers. See FAQs below for more information.

  • Q: How much does therapy cost?
    A: 60-minute individual sessions are $160. Couple sessions are $185 and depending on how our session is feeling can run between 60-70 mins.
  • Q: Do you offer a sliding scale?
    A: Yes. I am happy to discuss your situation and my current availability for new sliding scale appointments. It is dependent both on your individual needs, and whether there are openings at time of inquiry.
  • Q: Do you take insurance?
    A: I am not in-network with insurance companies. They have requirements for mental health providers, for example, diagnoses and limits on length of treatment covered. If you have insurance and would like partial reimbursement from them, here are some helpful questions you should ask your insurance provider: Do you accept superbills? Can I use an out-of-network provider? Is there a limit on sessions per year? How much will you reimburse? What is the policy year (i.e. Jan 1 – Dec 31)?
  • Q: Do you do Telehealth?
    A: Sure do! I offer in-person sessions as well as Telehealth on a HIPAA compliant platform.
  • Q: What kinds of therapy do you offer?
    A: I offer individual and couple therapy. I have an EFT and Gestalt lens, aiming to bring into the room, experiences that may have gotten you stuck for good reason, in order to help you feel more congruent in your life and relationships.
  • Q: How do I choose the right therapist for me?
    A: Great question. First priority is that you feel comfortable and empathized with. You want to feel respected and that your intersectionality is understood. You want to be challenged, but also empowered, and that it is safe to be vulnerable. Sometimes it takes a couple sessions to determine how you feel. Trust your intuition. Intuition does not need to be explained to anyone but yourself.
  • Q: How long do I need to go to therapy, before I feel better?
    A: Because each person is unique, so too will your process be. Deep work takes time but it can also happen quickly. It’s a truly varied experience. Typically a few months to a year. We stay open and check back on this as we go.



Ready to Book?

Initial consultations are 20-minutes long and are complimentary. 

To request a free consultation, please click the button below.

You will be taken to a secure booking page where you can request a consultation through an encrypted system for maximum security.

Or, call 818-732-1395. I will return your call within two days.

Registered Associate Marriage & Family Therapist 141360

Employed & Supervised by Christine Campbell, LMFT 46166

We are located at:

3808 West Riverside Drive

Suite 400

Burbank, CA 91505


Your Rights

Under Section 2799B-6 of the public Health Service Act, Health Care Providers and Health Care Facilities are required to inform individuals who are not enrolled in a plan or coverage or a federal health care program, or not seeking to File a claim with their plan or coverage both orally and in writing of their ability, upon request or at the time of scheduling health care items and services, to receive a "Good Faith Estimate of Expected Charges."  


  • You have the right to receive a “Good Faith Estimate” explaining how much your medical and mental health care will cost. 

  • Under the law, healthcare providers need to give patients who don’t have insurance or who are not using insurance an estimate of the expected charges for medical services, including psychotherapy services. 

  • You have the right to receive a Good Faith Estimate for the total expected cost of any non-emergency healthcare services, including psychotherapy services. 

  • You can ask your healthcare provider, and any other provider you choose, for a Good Faith Estimate before you schedule a service. 

  • If you receive a bill that is at least $400 more than your Good Faith Estimate, you can dispute the bill. Make sure to save a copy or picture of your Good Faith Estimate.

  • For questions or more information about your right to a Good Faith Estimate, visit

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