About

In addition to having a lifelong interest in psychology and human relationships, Linda’s education and experience includes:

  • M.A. from Antioch University in clinical psychology, a school and program that emphasizes social, economic, and environmental justice and equality
  • clinical training and internships in community agencies that offer mental health services to diverse populations in LA County including the Los Angeles Gay and Lesbian Center
  • 17 years of mindfulness study and practice
  • parent
  • always physically active in some way (running, hiking, walking, biking)
  • artist, writer, photographer
  • originally from East Coast, NY metropolitan area, interested in arts and culture

Linda is accepting new adult clients who are interested in:

  • repairing and recovering from breakups, trauma, difficult relationships,  difficult childhoods, life stressors
  • managing inevitable life transitions, loss, disappointments, successes
  • finding more meaning in life
  • improving relationships with self and others
  • reducing symptoms of anxiety and depression
  • personal growth
  • increasing/getting in touch with creativity

In therapy sessions, you can talk about whatever is on your mind including but not limited to:

  • how do you feel about yourself ? Is your inner world safe? How kind are you to yourself?
  • family: how did family members influence who you are today?
  • friendships and intimate relationships: past and present, satisfying or painful, close or distant
  • thoughts, emotions (body sensations), feelings
  • self-care: how do you take care of yourself physically, emotionally, spiritually, intellectually?
  • leisure activities: how do you play and enjoy your time off?
  • work and career: how satisfied are you with your work and the environment you work in?
  • school: how important is learning and education?
  • society: rules, moral values, role expectations, media. How does this shape you?
  • what are your thoughts and feelings about the big three: finances, sex, death