Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist (LMFT)
Los Angeles, California
Tim has extensive experience in successfully treating the development of ineffective personality structures (who we have understood ourselves to be due to trauma) by addressing the inaccurate self-loathing beliefs which misinforms that personality structure throughout our entire lives.
Tim's work initially addresses presenting symptoms of trauma (such as infidelity, substance abuse, challenged relationships, and an inability to consistently manage emotional reactions). Then he targets the self-sabotaging behaviors & unconscious motivations most of us have ignored, suppressed or denied.
Finally, utilizing the established relationship with his clients, he helps those who display instability in self-image and heightened or "displaced" emotional reactions and difficulty in impulse control.
While he enjoys working with a myriad of different populations, it is in the clinical support for men (all ages) who have long histories of rage (internal & external), substance abuse and/or social anxieties who find themselves seeking Tim's counsel most consistently.
The focus on the deeper work within our Selves and his liberal ability to be flexible with the schedules of high profile artists, their children & executives working in the television and film industry have established Tim as a trustworthy and effective psychotherapist.
Client Focus (Age)
- Adolescents/Teenagers (14 to 19)
- Elders (65+)
- Alcohol Abuse
- Anger Management
- Borderline Personality
- Drug Abuse
- Dual Diagnosis
- Men's Issues
- Multicultural Issues
- Narcissistic Personality
- Personality Disorders
- Self Esteem
- Substance Abuse
- Family Systems
Accepted Insurance Plans
Years in Practice
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|Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist (LMFT)||101500||California||2017|
|American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy (AAMFT)||2017-Present|
|Association of Private Practice Therapists (APPT)||2018-Present|
|Selfishness in Relationships||marriage.com||2018|
|Advice for Couples in the New Year||Marriage.com||2018|
|Argosy University||MA||Counseling Psychology||2009|