Please take a moment to find out more about my associates. They offer unique specializations and may have reduced fee rates available.

 
 

Celine Paganini, MA, AMFT

Associate Marriage & Family Therapist (AMF 102108)

Whether struggling with anxiety, depression, OCD, trauma, relationships or existential despair, I can help. By approaching your well-being holistically, we will work together to facilitate mindful exploration of your conscious and unconscious thoughts, feelings, and behaviors while building you a personalized self-care regimen. You will learn to know yourself in a compassionate, kind, and non-judgmental environment to bring meaning to your life. Once you develop a sense of self-love, worthiness, and confidence, conscious changes in your life will take place to bring about a stronger sense of purpose, happiness, and inner peace.

As a Sensorimotor Level I graduate and Level II student, I am trained to address trauma. Memory resides at the cellular level causing sensory-motor memory to reflect trauma beyond traumatic events. Addressing trauma's physiological symptoms eliminates feeling stuck in the past — allowing us to address surrounding thoughts and feelings in a safe environment.
Please call (323) 380-0017 or email celinepaganinipsychotherapy@gmail.com for a free consult.


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Danny Haloossim, MA, AMFT

Associate Marriage & Family Therapist (AMF 86107 )

I am an Associate Marriage and Family Therapist based in the West Hollywood/Beverly Hills area of Los Angeles, practicing individual, couple, and group psychotherapy. I received a Master of Arts in Clinical Psychology, with an emphasis in Marriage and Family Therapy, from Pepperdine University. Through my intensive training at The Maple Counseling Center in Beverly Hills and The South Bay Human Service Center in Torrance, I have experience working with a wide range of clients. My psychodynamic approach aims to treat a variety of issues, including but not limited to, depression, anxiety, substance use, intimacy, and trauma. I have a strong background in working with members of the LGBT community, having worked with the Los Angeles LGBT Center for many years, presenting at their Models of Pride event for LGBT youth, and facilitating a gay men’s process group for over three years.

Appreciating that searching for a therapist can be an intimidating process, I work to create a safe, therapeutic environment where you can address the issues that brought you to therapy. I believe that when people feel heard and are supported, they are better able to create change. 

I currently facilitate ongoing process groups for young adults and gay men, which currently have space for new members. I am multicultural and multilingual and can provide therapy in both English and Farsi. I can be reached at (323) 300-4403 or dannyhalotherapy@gmail.com for a free consultation.