Aurisha provides supervision to associate level psychotherapists working towards licensure. Associates are able to provide effective therapy at a lower fee for clients who may be experiencing financial limitations. You may either contact Aurisha, or contact her associates directly using the info listed below.
Registered Associate Marriage and Family Therapist #127193
Kate’s style is warm, compassionate, engaged, and collaborative. She believes that therapy can be a transformative experience. She feels that the authentic connection, reflection, and support that therapy provides can work as an empowering and meaningful space for individuals to process past pain and work towards more focused and sustained balance in their life.
Kate works with individuals and couples and specialized in areas such as; depression, anxiety, trauma, career stress, parenting, communication, relational trust and intimacy. Kate’s therapeutic approach is integrative but rooted in a relational model, meaning her work is grounded in the belief that the therapeutic relationship works as a model of stability, safety, and reflection. She pulls from theories of attachment and feminism, and helps her clients explore and process present and past experiences that may be holding them back.
She has a background in art and music, and has worked in high paced professional work environments as well as in the entertainment industry. Her varied past experiences gives her a deepened understanding of many of life’s demands and challenges.
Kate obtained an MA in Clinical Psychology with an emphasis in Marriage and Family Therapy from Antioch University, and trained at Counseling West counseling center. Her approach is mindful and culturally sensitive and she is LGBTQ+ affirmative.
She looks forward to working with you as you embark on this healing journey.
Registered Associate Marriage and Family Therapist #112068
Jillian is dedicated to helping you create a more meaningful relationship with yourself and others by navigating the intersectionality of your unique identity and experiences. She will help you explore how your environment and context along with issues of inequity, social justice, and family dynamics may be contributing to your distress. She will support you in untangling yourself from expectations and help you find the peace that comes with connecting to your authentic self.
Jillian supports adults in the following areas: depression, anxiety, body image, disordered eating, relationships/dating, trauma (relational, intergeneration, historical, sexual), family issues, LGBTQIA+, gender, cultural/racial identity, codependency, perfectionism, grief/loss, and career anxiety. She also works with couples to explore ruptures in intimacy, communication, and trust.
Jillian graduated from Pepperdine University with an MA in Clinical Psychology, emphasis in Marriage and Family Therapy. She trained at The Women’s Clinic and Family Counseling Center and worked as a clinical specialist and school instructor at the UCLA Santa Monica Rape Treatment Center. She is TRM (Trauma Resiliency Model) trained . She is highly sensitive to cultural and societal influences and the impact they have on each person’s unique experiences. She will go at your pace and walk with you through the ups and downs of the healing process.
Registered Marriage and Family Associate #117767, Registered Associate Professional Clinical Counselor #7759
Steve believes we all have a natural tendency to learn, adapt, and grow—in relationship to ourselves, to others, and to the world. As we grow up, competition for our attention and awareness increases, and it can be easy to become overwhelmed and lose balance. Steve intends the therapy to be a place where you can clarify your connection to this innate human tendency—not only for yourself, but for all your relationships. Think of therapy as a place where you show up for YOU, for that very being you have been gifted to live this life.
Steve’s orientation emerges from psychodynamic, Gestalt, Attachment, Relational, Somatic, and CBT theories and practices. He works with adults, teens, adolescents, couples and families in the following areas: trauma, relationships, grief, sexuality, anxiety, creativity, depression, career, and others. You can think of Steve as a compassionate, and curious traveling companion for this leg of your journey. You’ll discover and/or recover cherished values and move towards dialogue, intentions, and behaviors that align with those values.
Steve obtained an M.A. in Psychology with an emphasis in Marriage and Family Therapy from California Southern University and trained at Open Paths Counseling Center. He is trained in EMDR and is currently training to become a certified Gestalt therapist. He welcome identities of any race, gender, religion, sexuality, ethnicity, immigration status, ability, neurodiversity, or relationship form. He looks forward to speaking with you.