Mental Health Support in California: Latrauma Therapists

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What is a Psychologist?

A psychologist is a trained expert who helps people deal with their feelings and thoughts when they're going through tough times or have mental health issues. They can help people living with specific conditions, like depression or anxiety, or those who are going through a tough time in life, like grieving the loss of a loved one. Psychologists go through a lot of schooling to learn how to help people with their mental health.

Psychologist vs Psychiatrists

There’s a common misconception between “Psychiatrist” and “Psychologist”. A psychologist is someone with a Ph.D. or PsyD in psychology, usually in clinical psychology. They're well-trained in research and therapy. Psychologists help people with mental health issues through talk therapy. Psychiatrists typically treat complex mental health conditions, especially ones that require medication or medical treatments.

Cultivating Healing and Personal Growth: Therapy for Trauma

We are a team of professional therapists and psychologists in California with different niches and specialties. Although our primary specialty is trauma (childhood or recent trauma), we also specialize in treating anxiety and depressive disorders. ADHD, OCD, grief, anger management, relationships, and parenting are some of the areas we also focus on. We believe in utilizing coaching techniques to help you find clarity, establish achievable goals, and begin an exciting journey of positive change and personal growth in your life.

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What can Trauma Therapy help you with?

Your psychologist or therapist can help with many mental and behavioral problems and support you through life's tough times. These issues can be long-term or short-term.

Situations and conditions you can see a psychologist or therapist for include:

  • Alcohol use disorder and other substance use disorders.
  • Anger issues.
  • Anxiety.
  • Body dysmorphic disorder.
  • Coping with a new diagnosis or managing a chronic illness.
  • Depression.
  • Eating disorders.
  • Family and relationship issues.
  • Gambling disorder.
  • Gender dysphoria.
  • Hoarding disorder.
  • Grief and loss.
  • Issues with work or school performance.
  • Obesity.
  • Pain.
  • Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD).
  • Postpartum depression.
  • Sleep disorders.
  • Stress management.
  • Self-confidence issues.
  • Phobias.
  • Unhealthy habits.
  • Trauma.

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Getting help for mental and emotional problems can be tough, but it's crucial. Lots of people have these issues, and your mental health is just as important as your physical health.

At Center for Healing & Personal Growth (, we offer our services at budget-friendly rates.

We accept most insurances and will advocate for you to use your insurance if possible. We can take care of the billing part for you if applicable to minimize the stress of dealing with insurance to get the reimbursement you deserve. Please feel free to call our intake coordinator Julia at 424-222-5509, Ext. 0 to discuss your options if you’re not sure about your benefits.

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