“Its not a woman’s job to get smaller & smaller until she disappears so the world can be more comfortable.”
– Glennon Doyle
THERAPY FOR ANXIOUS WOMEN
I work with overly analytical women in their 20s and 30s by helping them understand their feelings as useful information rather than an inconvenience or something to avoid.
THERAPY FOR ANXIOUS TEENS
Growing up in Los Angeles have specific challenges that unfortunately have become the norm. I help teens by listening carefully to help them find their own voice until they can use it themselves.
I support parents by helping them understand their child’s mind and developmental stage. This can help open up communication between you and your child.
We are a group practice based in Beverly Hills specializing in anxiety treatment for children and adults provided by caring and competent therapists.
Specifically, we work with women and girls who struggle with:
Our motto for therapy is:
Work in the present, understand your past, change your future.
Dr. Deanie is a licensed clinical psychologist (PSY29612) with 10 years of experience in private practice. I have a warm and genuine approach to treatment. Here is what I believe: people unlock their full potential when they know who they are and what they want. For this reason, I am passionate about helping people understand themselves so they can achieve more and live a more meaningful, enriching life. When appropriate, I integrate aspects of attachment-focused EMDR into my treatment to help treat both big and small traumas. Additionally, I work from a culturally sensitive, LGBTQ+ allied perspective, aiming to create a safe space for people seeking treatment.
Education + Training:
Psy.D. in Clinical Psychology from California School of Professional Psychology (APA Accredited)
Attachment-Focused EMDR Basic Training through the Parnell Institute.
Two year post-doctoral training at Wright Institute LA.
UCLA Child OCD, Anxiety and Tic Disorder Program.
Children’s Hospital Los Angeles.
Research intern for Dr. Dan Siegel.
B.A. in the liberal arts from Sarah Lawrence College.
You can learn more about our psychological associate and doctoral candidate, Emilee Turner, here.