Private Therapy

At The Practice LA, we work to diagnose, treat, and prevent mental and emotional suffering. Our clinicians follow a Dialectical Behavioral model combined with modern Ego Psychology theories with the specific focus of enhancing ego’s capacity. With extensive training in psychodynamics, attachment theory, and classical psychoanalysis, our licensed mental health professionals use proven interventions to promote growth & increased mental health.

It is our mission to provide you with the support and resources to empower you to heal, grow, and enact whatever goals you have for yourself. Like medical doctors, it is impossible to list all the issues that we treat, however, the exceptional training and expertise of our therapists ensure that they can diagnose and treat most patients. Though hardly a complete list, many of the most common issues people seek treatment for are detailed below.

Addictive & Compulsive Behaviors

addiction and compulsion therapy
Any activity, substance, object, or behavior that has become the major focus of a person's life while being detrimental to one's health & functioning can be considered addictive ...
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Anxiety & Depression

Depression is the most common mental disorder. Fortunately, depression is treatable. A combination of therapy and antidepressant medication can help ensure recovery ...
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Body Image & Disordered Eating

Eating disorders are complex illnesses, that arise from a variety of biological, psychological, and social factors. These serious illnesses can be life-threatening and require expert help to overcome. . . .
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Relationship Issues

Our relationships are the most important aspects of our lives. They can provide us with psychological nourishment, confidence to grow, to take risks, support when we experience setbacks or disappointments, and the foundation to live more satisfying lives. . . .
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Life Transitions

The only constant in life is change. And even when change is desired, it can be a disorienting and challenging experience. And with change, comes resistance. This resistance is usually born of intense feelings of fear, doubt, and uncertainty. . . .
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Abuse, Trauma, & PTSD

Psychological trauma may set in after a distressing or life-threatening event. Sufferers may develop extreme anxiety or PTSD, or they may have ongoing problems with relationships and self-esteem. But many overcome trauma, offering inspiration to others who have had life-altering negative experiences. . . .
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