Associate Marriage and Family Therapist #100335
Supervised by Tracy Bevington, LMFT #53455
Clinical Art Therapist
Supervised by Beth Rosenblatt, LMFT-ATR #47857
As an Art Therapist, I enjoy helping those with depression, anxiety, faith crisis, LGBTQ issues, life transitions, and parenting and maternity issues. I believe in developing the strengths natural to each individual, in tackling life problems from multiple angles, and in using creativity for healing. I have firsthand experience with many of the above issues, including postpartum depression and anxiety, parenting, and religious struggles. My experience provides me with empathy and insight into the difficulties faced by many individuals, couples, and new parents.
How can art therapy help you? Art therapy combines artmaking with traditional talk therapy and has been proven effective for a range of diagnoses. Artmaking can be meditative, cathartic, and healing, and it helps to foster insight and verbal discussion. No art skills or previous art experience is needed.
I serve children, adolescents, adults, and couples as an Art Therapist and Marriage and Family Therapy Registered Intern. I am under the supervision of Tracy Bevington (LMFT #53455). I offer some weekend and evening hours.
Loyola Marymount University
Master of Arts, Marriage & Family Therapy and Art Therapy
Brigham Young University
Bachelor of Arts, Visual Arts
Art Therapy Trained
Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT) Trained
ARTFIRST Trauma and Emergency Response Trained
Main Office: 310-612-2998
Office Fax: 310-943-2590
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