Dr. Justin Shubert values deep understanding alongside direct feedback in order to effect change. Justin is endlessly fascinated by how the mind works and has extensive training in psychoanalytic therapy. For more about Justin's education and background please click here. Areas of specialty: anxiety, depression, relationships, LGBT issues, sexuality/intimacy.
Dr. Kate Tepper provides a warm environment where her clients can come to learn about themselves and grow. Kate has a background in fine arts and is especially interested in working with artists and creative professionals. She's also passionate about parenting and the issues that couples face as parents. For more about Kate's education and background please click here. Areas of specialty: couples, parenting, panic/anxiety, mindfulness.
Julien Fyhrie, LMFT is interested in helping people make sense of their problems and life experiences so that they can compassionately and effectively make changes. Julien’s style is down to earth, authentic and grounded in an understanding of the importance of relationships. For more about Julien’s education and background please click here. Areas of specialty: anxiety, depression, men’s issues and relationships.
Dr. Shain Miller works with adults looking for meaning, balance, empowerment, and improved relationships. Trained in psychodynamic, relational psychotherapy, Dr. Miller provides a caring environment where her patients can integrate change, connection and insight in order to enhance self-awareness. For more about Dr. Miller's education and background please click here. Areas of specialty: trauma, relationships, life transitions, depression, anxiety, complex personalities. LGBTQ affirmative.
Negar Sarshar, LMFT helps empower her clients so that they can be agents of change in their own lives. She works with adults in life transitions, and enjoys helping people who feel stuck or have visions within arms reach that never seem to materialize. For more about Negar’s education and background please click here. Areas of specialty: anxiety, depression, relationships, life transitions, identity.
Dr. Naficy is a warm and thoughtful adult psychiatrist who uses medication, psychotherapy, lifestyle improvements, and holistic approaches to help creative and other professionals. Dr. Naficy completed his residency training at Harvard Medical School and the University of Pennsylvania, and holds a degree in Neuroscience and Public Policy from UCLA. He currently serves as Associate Clinical Professor at the UCLA David Geffen School of Medicine. Areas of specialty: mood disorders, adult ADHD, anxiety, insomnia, creativity, identity, relationships.
Dr. Crystle Prung encourages exploration, self-acceptance, and curiosity to facilitate growth and transformation. She is committed to helping her patients reach their high potential and face life’s challenges through a collaborative relationship. For more about Crystle’s education and background click here. Areas of Specialty: relationships, eating disorders, body image, life transitions, depression, anxiety, identity.
Tyler Howard, Psy.D.
Tyler strives to help clients maximize their strengths, self-efficacy, and connections. She draws from relational approaches and integrates mind/body techniques in her work with adults, adolescents, and couples. Tyler is a Registered Psychological Assistant who is collecting her hours towards licensure. She is supervised by Dr. Justin Shubert For more about Tyler’s education and background please click here. Areas of interest: trauma, loss, depression, anxiety, stress, relationships, identity, and LGBTQ issues.
Amanda believes that through therapy we can deepen our knowledge of ourselves, and find relief from the pain and distress we often encounter in relationships, with family, and during life changes. Amanda is a Registered Psychological Assistant who is gaining hours toward licensure. She is supervised by Dr. Kate Tepper. For more about Amanda's education and background please click here. Areas of interest: anxiety, depression, relationships, families, and LGBTQ issues.
Molly believes that each individual has untapped strengths that through therapy can form the basis for deep and meaningful change. She enjoys working with both individuals and couples. Molly is a Registered Psychological Assistant who is gaining hours toward licensure, and she is supervised by Dr. Kate Tepper. For more about Molly’s education and background click here. Areas of interest: relationship issues, depression, anxiety, addiction, couples.
Parenting Consultant & Educator
Taylor is a parenting consultant and educator in Northern California who provides consultation sessions via Skype to parents in need of help or education around their parenting practices. Taylor uses empathy, practical tools, and knowledge of the current research in infant-parent mental health and childhood trauma to help parents support their children and foster an emotionally resilient family culture. For more about Taylor’s education and background please click here. Specialties: parenting.