Estela is committed to helping individuals, couples, families, children, and adults work through barriers that stand in their way of becoming successful, productive, and happy. Estela has experience in crisis counseling and has extensive knowledge of community resources. Her diverse approach incorporates a variety of counseling techniques and concepts. It is through this approach that Estela encourages a positive outlook of one’s self, individuality, and diversity to include multicultural backgrounds. Estela approaches her work with excitement and looks forward to helping individuals improve their lives. Estela is bilingual (Spanish).
California State University, Northridge: Master of Social Work
Contact: (818) 570-0474 Cell
Under the Supervision of Karen Navarrete, LCSW 91262
Karen has been in the mental health field for over 10 years. She has been a provider and a manager for the county's public services. Karen implements psychodynamic psychotherapy as well as other evidence-based practices. She specializes in trauma and is trained in Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR). Her wish is to help others find ways to cope and heal through life's adversities in a way that is validating and true to themselves. Karen has extensive experience and training working with the military population, military surviving families, the LGBTQIA population, domestic violence, and trauma victims. Karen has worked with co-occurring disorders, HIV/AIDS, terminal illnesses, and court-mandated cases. Throughout her career she has treated anxiety, depression, trauma, OCD, bipolar, addiction, postpartum, grief, and suicide loss. Karen is bilingual (Spanish).
University of Southern California, Master of Social Work
Mount St Mary's University, BA, AA
Contact: (818)570-1791 Cell
Licensed Clinical Social Worker 91262
Associate Clinical Social Worker 96511
Currently not accepting new clients
Tricia is a licensed marriage and family therapist who has worked with children, adolescents, and adults in various clinical settings for more than a decade. Because of her personal experience with a physical difference, Tricia has a uniquely empathetic way of relating to clients and helping them overcome adversity. Her areas of expertise include anxiety, depression, trauma, life stressors, and parenting challenges. Tricia particularly enjoys sharing her knowledge about respectful parenting and supporting new parents in the many adjustments that come with welcoming new family members. Tricia's combination of professionalism and warm compassion quickly make clients of all ages feel at ease.
Pepperdine University: Master of Arts, Clinical Psychology emphasis in Marriage and Family Therapy
American Jewish University: Bachelor of Arts in Psychology
Contact: (818) 570-1731 Cell
Arsine is an Associate Marriage and Family Therapist who has worked with adolescent, adult, and elderly clients. Her background includes working with individuals experiencing anxiety, depression, trauma, grief, low self-esteem, chronic illness and disability, terminal illness, bipolar disorder and OCD. Arsine is a bilingual (Armenian) therapist and sensitive to her clients’ diverse cultural backgrounds. Her approach incorporates a variety of counseling techniques, including cognitive-behavioral therapy and solution-focused therapy. She is passionate about helping her clients acquire the foundation, confidence, and skills to move forward in the direction they choose. Arsine’s warm compassion and empathic listening skills empower clients and create a safe space for them to grow.
Pepperdine University: Masters of Arts, Clinical Psychology emphasis in Marriage and Family Therapy
California State Polytechnic University, Pomona: Bachelor of Science in Nutrition
Contact: (818) 570-1742 Cell
Under the Supervision of Patricia Tomlinson Gordan, LMFT 85484
Patricia Tomlinson Gordan
Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist 85484
Associate Marriage & Family Therapist 122150