Lindsey Peters, AMFT, APCC

Lindsey Peters, AMFT, APCC

  Lindsey Peters is an EMDR-trained therapist whose philosophy is based on the importance of rewriting and integrating our experiences into our preferred life narratives. She received her bachelor’s degree in psychology from CSU Fullerton, and her master’s degree in clinical psychology from Pepperdine University. Currently, she is an Associate Marriage and Family Therapist and […]

Jennifer Reza, LMFT

Jennifer Reza, LMFT

  Is there an example from your daily life where you practice what you preach? I’m a big believer in the importance of meditation and self-care. It’s something that I often talk with my clients about, and I speak truly from my own experience. After having neglected myself in so many ways for many years […]

Kristen Burton, LMFT, LPCC, LEP

Kristen Burton, LMFT, LPCC, LEP

  What was your path to becoming a therapist? I’ve always had an interest in psychology and human relationships, which is what initially led me to study psychology at University. Once there, the more I learned about the field, the more confident I became that I wanted to work in mental health. I am now […]

Sara Cameron, LMFT

Sara Cameron, LMFT

  Sara is a psychology/relationship nerd. Her passion for these areas inspired her to pursue a career as a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist who works with individuals and couples (at every stage of coupledom). With a decade of experience in the fields of mental health and personal development in a wide range of settings, […]

Jessica Griffith

Jessica Griffith

  What was your path to becoming a neurofeedback technician? What inspired you to choose this profession? After struggling with complex PTSD for five years and seeking every form of recovery possible, I eventually began receiving a type of treatment called neurofeedback. It wasn’t until these specific treatments that I was finally able to regain […]

Robyn Tamanaha, LMFT

Robyn Tamanaha, LMFT

  Can you tell us a bit about your path to becoming a therapist? What inspired you to choose this profession? My path toward becoming a therapist was a bit unconventional, especially through the lens of my cultural background. As a Japanese-American, one side of my family operates within a very traditional, conservative Japanese mindset […]

Debbie Jason, PhD, Psychologist

Debbie Jason, PhD, Psychologist

  Dr. Jason received her Ph.D. in clinical psychology from Ferkauf Graduate School of Psychology and completed postdoctoral training at UCLA TIES for Families. She began her post-doctoral training at UCLA in 2015 before being promoted to Clinical Assistant Professor at UCLA where she provided clinical supervision to PhD students.   What is your particular […]

Cryssa Andersen, LMFT

Cryssa Andersen, LMFT

  What does a typical session with you look like? A typical session with me is very active, in that I don’t just sit and listen and ask you how you feel. I challenge my clients a lot and I make sure to listen for inconsistencies in their responses or the little throwaway statements they […]

Shanda Smith, PhD, LMFT

Shanda Smith, PhD, LMFT

  With more than 20 years of experience in the field of psychology, we’d like to introduce the published author and spirit-filled, Dr. Shanda Smith. Driven by her purpose to help women discover their true love from within—gaining the spiritual, mental, and emotional wellness needed to live a healthy life—Dr. Smith combines her practical, clinical, […]

Jennifer Kim, LMFT

Jennifer Kim, LMFT

  What would your clients and colleagues say is your therapist superpower?  I have two really awesome superpowers: I have a fantastic memory for very random details – clients are often amazed that I remember the name of that one guy that they briefly mentioned two years ago. It’s even more impressive because I’m never […]