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Los Feliz- 1910 Hillhurst Ave Los Angeles CA 90027

 

 

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Dr. Liz Mohun (she/her/hers) is the owner of Los Angeles Emotional Wellness Group and is a licensed marriage and family therapist with her  doctorate in clinical psychology.
 I believe that you are worthy of self-acceptance, love, and compassion. I offer a humanistic, client-centered approach and find that the best work is done when there is a good relational foundation between us. Sitting down with me is not intimidating, I will provide you with a safe space to explore your relationships, values, life’s purpose, and spiritual wellbeing. I enjoy working with those that are faced with anxiety, panic, depression, major life transitions, sexual abuse survivors, and interpersonal relationship troubles.

 When working with me, progress will be made toward your goals through mindfulness tools that you can use every day, and through contemplating and understanding mental patterns together in our sessions. I use a combination of therapeutic techniques in CBT, mindfulness, and attachment theory

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Corinne Eisenhardt (she/her/hers) is a licensed psychotherapist who utilizes her extensive experience working with trauma, depression, anxiety, anger, self-esteem, and navigating the quarter-life crisis. Corinne is an active participant in the therapy conversation, asking questions and provided feedback. Her therapeutic process includes an effective balance of creating a safe and supportive space while also challenging her clients in ways that help them grow.
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Dr. Annie McNeill (she/her/hers) utilizes effective therapy strategies that focus on solutions. Using evidenced based and integrative treatment strategies, Dr. McNeill works to help individuals and families reach their goals of change. McNeill Psychology offers individual, group, and family sessions to children, adolescents, and adults with a wide range of presenting concerns, including anxiety, depression, and oppositional behavior.
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Amanda Neiman (she/her/hers) is a Marriage & Family Therapy therapist. Amanda believes that healing is a non-linear process. She will guide and support you through the ups and downs of change by empowering you to embody your strengths. Her goal as a therapist is to help you build a better relationship with yourself and others by exploring your authentic needs and fostering self-acceptance. Amanda is highly sensitive to cultural and societal influences and the impact they have on each person’s unique experiences. She is extremely passionate about her work and helping others. She works from a cognitive behavioral base, while implementing mindfulness techniques. 

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Khristian Durham (she/her/hers) is a Professional Clinical Counselor. She works from a cognitive behavioral approach with some mindfulness techniques used throughout. She believes that people generally want to be happy, effective and successful in their lives and that they already have within themselves the capacity and potential for change and adherence to that change. People possess substantial personal expertise and wisdom regarding themselves and already “know” what they need to do. Yet, as we all can relate, doing it is easier said than done. Psychotherapy can support individuals to most effectively use their resources to increase self-understanding, to make health behavior changes, to improve decision-making, to solve problems, and to create paths to the lives they want.

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