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for Therapists in Encino, California including Counselors & Psychologists

Encino is located in the San Fernando Valley, in Los Angeles County, California. If you or a loved one is searching for a therapist in the Encino area, TherapyTribe aims to make this search as easy as possible. Simply scroll thru our growing list of therapists and other mental health professionals for a match. Or, enter your zip code, and select the area of specialization for a more refined search.

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Linda K. Laffey, MA, MFT, Marriage and Family Therapist

Would you like to take control of your life?
Do you repeatedly find yourself in love relationships that hurt?
Do you have a relationship with food and your body that is hurting you?
Are you suffering from past hurts getting in the way of enjoying your life now?
Yes to one or more? I'd like to help.

16055 Ventura Boulevard Suite 717 Encino, California 91436

t: 818-591-2989


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Stacey Osder, LCSW, Clinical Social Work/Therapist

IMAGINE A LIFE FULFILLED! Hard to do? Your feelings of confusion, pain, fear, being stuck, or overwhelmed, are real. But, you can overcome them! There are times, in everyone's life, when assistance is needed to help live the life you want and deserve. I can help you.

Encino, California 91316

t: (818) 745-1239

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Pedro F. Baez, LVN, CLC, CHC - Thought Work and Life Skills Educator | Certified Life and Health Coach, Life Coach

I coach clients on how to utilize their personal gifts and challenges to fully own and access their intellectual, spiritual and emotional resources, expand life perspectives and discard negative, stagnant and limiting thoughts and behaviors.

15915 Ventura Blvd. Suite 201 Encino, California 91436

t: (800) 397-8865

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Lori Freson, M.A., LMFT, Therapist

Are you a stressed out mom? Maybe you’ve even been faced with...

• A rough divorce
• Being a single mom
• Raising a child with special needs
• The heartache of infertility or travails of adoption

I've been there...and I can help you start feeling better today!

15720 Ventura Blvd., Suite 513 Encino, California 91436

t: (818) 514-LMFT(5638)


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Niles D. Willits-Spolin, LMFT, Therapist

Psychotherapy is a safe, nonjudgmental place and private time to deeply understand your concerns, reevaluate your purposes and direction, and make important choices. I can help you pause the automatic routine of your daily life, listen to you, understand you, and help you take wise, healthful action

16260 Ventura Blvd. #415 Encino, California 91436

t: (818) 773-3576 or (818) 427-2687


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Dr. Stephan S Zusman, Psychologist, Therapist

Dr. Zusman has been in practice for over 35 years, combining traditional and newer forms of psychotherapy with a relational approach. He believes that the most important element for personal growth is to feel listened to and understood. This makes growth and change possible.

15720 Ventura Blvd. Ste #602A Encino, California 91436-4726

t: 818-986-4656


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Gary A. Crouppen, Ph.D., Psychologist

I have assisted countless individuals and couples, in over 30 years of practice, to rapidly get to the core of personal problems that have kept them from living up to their full potential. I specialize in Intensive Short-Term Dynamic Psychotherapy (IS-TDP).

16260 Ventura Blvd., Suite 415 Encino, California 91436

t: (818) 986-2947

w: California Institute for Short-Term Dynamic Psychotherapy

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Rena Pollak, , LMFT, Marriage and Family Therapist

When you experience the heaviness of depression, the stress of anxiety, or the confusion of relationship difficulties, I can help. I provide a safe environment for you to release the burden of thoughts and feelings swirling inside of you; creating calm, understanding and a course of action.

15720 Ventura Blvd., #508 Encino, California 91436

t: 818-245-5298

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Residents of the San Fernando Valley are at or above most the averages for the rest of Los Angeles County in several key mental health areas, such as depression, major depression, anxiety, and dementia. While these rates are at or above averages for Los Angeles County, most are still significantly lower than the nationwide occurrence rates. For example, the rate of depression diagnosis at 12.9% is amongst the highest in the area (second to only Antelope Valley), yet it's still approximately 5% lower than the nationwide average according to this County of Los Angeles Key Indicators of Health Report and the Anxiety and Depression Association of America.

Depressed individuals in Los Angeles County are shown to skew toward female (7% male to 11% female) and most are older individuals from age 40 to 59 (11% for 40-49 year olds and 13% for 50 to 59 year olds). Caucasians appear to be the most affected race or ethnicity (12%), with African Americans slightly behind (9%). And surprisingly the income gap shows that rates between income levels (from 100% less than the federal poverty line to 300% above the federal poverty line) don’t play a significant role in instances of depression diagnosis. Employment, on the other hand, does seem to play a considerable role, with 13% of all diagnosis being to unemployed individuals, as opposed to 7% that are gainfully employed, this, according to a Los Angeles Public Health Department report on depression.

While mental health statistics show Encino to be well-below most national averages, that doesn't mean that the city is without its problems. Prescription drug abuse in Encino, as well as Los Angeles County is climbing year over year with the most common legal drug with potential for abuse being opioid pain relievers. This Los Angeles Public Health Department report shows that hospitalization for over the counter drug overdose has remained relatively steady, but emergency room visits have grown slightly each year since 2005. The very same report shows that results from a 2011 Los Angeles County Health Survey show that 5.2% (an estimated 379,000 individuals) reported misusing prescription drugs the past year in Los Angeles County. The data shows that the instances of abuse are higher amongst males than females, and that those aged 30-39 showed the highest rate of abuse, at 7.6%.

If you or a loved one live in Encino, or Los Angeles County California, TherapyTribe has certified therapists and mental health professionals across a wide variety of specialties that are here to help. Simply browse our directory to find contact details used to get in touch with one or more of our therapists.