Julien Fyhrie, LMFT
Julien Fyhrie trained at the Chicago School of Professional Psychology receiving psychodynamic training working primarily with young adults. His special interests include working with men navigating life transitions, anxiety, and depression. He also has training in and enjoys working with couples struggling with intimacy, conflict and communication issues.
Julien’s therapeutic style incorporates psychodynamic, mindfulness and cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) techniques. Psychodynamic techniques consider the relationship between therapist and patient as an important source of support and information. CBT techniques involve teaching about the connection between thoughts - feelings - behavior and collaborating on identifying and challenging dysfunctional beliefs that lead to suffering. Mindfulness techniques are designed to help take a non-judgmental approach to what is happening in a person’s on-going experience as it unfolds moment by moment. This helps in addressing problems with curiosity rather than with judgment or avoidance. All of these techniques combined help Julien best assess and help others through their current challenges.
Julien Fyhrie is a Licensed Marriage and Family therapist registered by the California Board of Behavioral Sciences. (LMFT 96805)