Individual therapy is a collaboration between the therapist and client with the goal of facilitating change and improving overall quality of life. Individual therapy provides an opportunity to safely explore challenges and barriers that are interfering with daily life or your ability to function. Whether you’re dealing with anxiety, depression, low self-esteem or some other struggles, our therapists will work with and support your growth, healing, and self-determination.
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With experience working at the Coalition for Family Harmony and the California Lutheran University Community Counseling Center, Lillian has provided therapy to individuals, couples, and family therapy to clients from diverse backgrounds, the LGBTQ+ population, clients recovering from various forms of trauma, a range of personality and mood disorders, life transitions, and codependency.
Kelly has worked in mental health treatment settings for nearly ten years, treating both adolescents and adults with sensitivity and understanding. Kelly has developed an integrative approach to working with clients that facilitates a compassionate, authentic, and honest therapeutic relationship.
Renee believes that therapy is the collaborative relationship between therapist and client that allows each client to explore not only their symptoms but understand one’s self, while obtaining valuable tools to deal with emotions, conflict, and interpersonal communication.
Sean Baker MFT, SEP is co-owner and CEO at The New Beginnings Center for Somatic Mental Health in Camarillo, California. Combining training in Cortical Field Re-education with certifications in Somatic Experiencing and Gestalt therapy, Sean uses body-mind approaches to resolve clients’ distress related to trauma, gender dysphoria, and medical conditions.
Prior to joining New Beginnings, Lisa worked at a treatment center facilitating various PHP/IOP level mental health, eating disorder, and chemical dependency groups using evidenced-based approaches such as Cognitive-Behavioral, Psychodynamic, Dialectical Behavioral, and Experiential.
Angela M. Rukule, LMFT has been practicing in the fields of addiction, trauma, sports therapy and grief for over thirty years. She has worked with the Visiting Nurses Association in Hospice programs, has educated clinicians on understanding the process of grief and has incorporated her knowledge of life transition to apply to the treatment of addiction.