In order to provide therapy to a wider client base, I have added psychological assistants to my practice. Meet Sourena, a very well trained and compassionate therapist.
Sourena Haj-Mohamadi, Ph.D. – Psychological Assistant, PSB 94022596
Life can be challenging at times with the demands of today’s day and age. Therapy can be the place to tackle those challenges in order to improve overall health and well being through personal growth. Through therapy, one can process and focus on what is most important to them, which will help guide and create a healthy lifestyle.
I believe in a collaborative, creative and respectful approach to therapy for all of my clients. My area of specialty lies in working with adolescents, adults and couples from various backgrounds. I have primarily worked with clients from all walks of life. Mostly, I have worked with individuals who had relationship related issues, academic stress, adjustments to major life events, depression, anxiety, body image, and eating disorders. Also I provide therapy in both English and Farsi.
Please feel free to contact me with any questions about the therapeutic services that I can provide for you. Finding the right therapist to help you through this personal journey can be difficult and challenging. I am more than happy to answer any questions that you might have before embarking on this path to personal growth and well being. You may reach me by phone at: (424) 645-7121.
Caroline Corcoran – Associate Marriage and Family Therapist, AMFT 111070
People come to therapy for many different reasons. Sometimes with specific issues to address and other times for the space it provides to pause and reflect on one’s life. Whatever your reason – welcome. Tending to your inner world can be vulnerable, challenging, and one of the most rewarding investments made towards the vitality of your relationships, projects, health, and overall wellbeing.
I work with individuals, couples, adults, and adolescents from varying backgrounds and lifestyles, addressing issues such as anxiety, depression, loss, trauma, and self-esteem. I’ve acquired additional training in yoga, mindfulness, and process-work because I believe in a holistic mind-body-spirit approach to health and wellness. While we can’t control what happens to us, we can acquire tools to process challenging emotions, learn to relate to our thoughts differently, and make sense of our lives in a way that fosters meaning and facilitates connection.
Are you interested in exploring therapy? Do you have any questions? Feel free to reach out today! I look forward to connecting with you and supporting you in moving towards the healthiest, most authentic version of your true self. I can be reached at (310)893-3241 or visit www.carolinecorcoran.org. for more information.