Sloane Fabricius

Marriage and Family Therapist, LMFT, LPCC, Clinical Supervisor
 therapist: Sloane Fabricius,
Online in California
My hope and intent is for you to feel heard, seen, supported and hopeful about you and your circumstances. Van Gogh said it best, "I feel there is nothing more truly artistic than loving people." Our creative collaboration will equip you in getting your needs met in healthy ways.

Client Focus

Session Format: Couple, Family, Individual sessions.
Age Specialty: Adolescent, Adult
Languages: English

Treatment Approach

  • Cognitive/Cognitive-Behavioral
  • Developmental
  • EMDR
  • Existential/Humanistic
  • Experiential
  • Family Systems
  • Interpersonal
  • Neuropsychology
  • Person-Centered
  • Psychosocial
  • Self Psychology
  • Somatic
Approach Description: I allow you to set the pace of therapy and collaborate with you for signs of readiness for change. I am direct and collaborative in my interactions with you to achieve our ultimate goal, do what is best for YOU. Ours is a collaborative relationship in which I lead with compassion and curiosity.

Education & Credentials

Sloane Fabricius LMFT, LPCC, Clinical Supervisor
  • Female
  • License # 40517
  • Licensed in California
  • Practicing Since 1997
Education: University California, Santa Barbara, CA, BA in Psychology California Lutheran Univeristy, Thousand Oaks, CA, M.S. in Marital Family Therapy


  • Average Session Fee 180
  • Out of Network

Sloane Fabricius Practice Details

Therapy Sessions
  • Available In-Person in Westlake Village, CA 91361
  • Available Online for residents of California
  • Online Therapy Details: I offer online therapy via, which is HIPAA compliant, with multi-layer security with AES 256 end-to-end encryption. Verification of ID and consent forms must be completed prior to beginning online therapy.
Sloane Fabricius Practice Description
My experience and approach is based on an understanding of our mind-body interaction rooted in neuroscience, attachment and your values. Our bodies and our behaviors tell us when we are not in alignment with our values. Improving dialogue between our mind and body can train our brain to reduce negative, and increase positive emotions and behaviors. Releasing fears that have been dictating decisions, allowing our innate wisdom to offer clarity on how to get our needs met in healthy ways, even in the most difficult of circumstances.

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