Welcome to The Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Center of Southern California!
Are you ready to rediscover living without the burden of emotional distress?
Haven’t found the right help to free you from anxiety?
Are you tired of “talk therapy” which is supportive, but doesn’t equip you to make real, lasting changes in your life?
Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT) is the gold standard approach to helping people develop the insights and skills to rediscover life free from Anxiety, Depression, OCD, and a range of other life challenges.
Collaborative – We work together with you to define your goals, understand the obstacles, and map out the best approach to help you get where you want to go.
Proactive – During and in-between sessions, we will work with you to practice skills that will help face and master anxiety and depression.
Accepting – CBT SoCal accepts and affirms the dignity of all persons, and provides services to anyone regardless of race, religion, sexual or gender orientation, body type, or neurodevelopmental make-up.
Effective – Many clients experience meaningful and lasting change within a relatively brief number of sessions.
Our Mission is:
• To find a new and accurate understanding of yourself, your mind, and your patterns.
• To confront and address challenges in your life to take their power away.
• To get back to living life on your own terms.
If you’d like effective and specialized mental health consulting, please contact us here.
Otherwise, feel free to explore the resources on our site, get to know our team, and let us know if we can answer any questions. We hope to be of help!
Alexsandra Ramos, AMFT
Susan Park, Ph.D.
Brittany Beyerlein, Ph.D.
Broderick Leaks, Ph.D.
Jason von Stietz, Ph.D.
Kristin Howard, L.M.F.T.
Martin Hsia, Psy.D.
Rodney P. Boone, Ph.D.
Julissa Cortes, Psy.D.
Lucy Kyupelyan, Psy.D.
Michele Rose, LCSW
Molly Wassel, ASW
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