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Associate Marriage & Family Therapist

(424) 354-8399

Stella is a Los Angeles native and MFT intern working towards Marriage and Family Therapy licensure in the state of California. She earned her MA in Clinical Psychology at Antioch University Los Angeles. During her time at Antioch, she also completed a year of training and clinical experience at Phillips Graduate University, where she specialized in Postmodern therapy with additional training in the fields of mindfulness and addiction.


Stella seeks to explore and build upon clients’ inherent strengths and abilities, with an emphasis on allowing more happiness and self-esteem into day-to-day life. She brings her unique blend of energy, patience, love and empathy to her connections with each and every client. Most importantly, she is passionate about creating a warm, safe and nurturing space for clients to explore the ways they show up in the world, and begin to live into their preferred versions of themselves.


Stella has extensive experience working in a variety of capacities and settings — from addiction centers to women’s clinics — and with a wide range of clients. She is currently accepting clients of all ages and stages of life: children and adolescents, adults, couples and families. She is particularly passionate about working with depression, anxiety, eating disorders, teen struggles, and perinatal struggles (pre- and post-partum depression).


Associate Marriage & Family Therapist

(424) 272-8416

Sara grew up in Pasadena and has lived in the Los Angeles area most of her life. Her undergraduate work focused on art and society. She enjoyed finding ways to bring creativity to the world around her. Personally, she used art to help her transition through her own life cycles and difficult times. As a part of her practice, she specializes in art therapy and particularly enjoys incorporating mindfulness based on themes of positive psychology and post-modern philosophy.


Sara has worked with diverse populations, from children to seniors. She graduated from Phillips Graduate University and began serving in the university's counseling center. Sara sees individuals of all ages, couples, and families. As far as she is concerned, no one is ever too old for art therapy or too young for mindfulness.

As a therapist, Sara's intention is to create a unique collaborative relationship with each client that leads to conversations to promote growth. In this growth, clients will reach their specified goals, and process or resolve problems they are currently facing. 

Therapy is meant to serve the client. Contact Sara to find out if she will be a good fit for you. 

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