Associated Therapists, Inc.
Providing administrative support to a group of independent Mental Health private practitioners located in Southern California

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Professional Services Offered

The following is a list of the services that are offered by the staff of Associated Therapists. This list is not complete. It is intended to give you an idea of the types of issues that are appropriate to consult a mental health professional.

Individual Psychotherapy
Group Psychotherapy
Marital Counseling
Psychological Testing
Medication Management
Second Opinion Evaluations
Family Therapy
Adolescent Counseling
Behavior Therapy
Career Counseling
Assertion Training
Neuropsychological Testing
Pre-Bariatric Surgery Evaluation
Child Advocacy
Chemical Dependency Counseling
Alcohol Dependency Counseling
School Consultations
Hypnotherapy
Consultation to Agencies
Inpatient Hospitalization Referral


Clinical Specialties - Patient Populations

The following is a list of the clinical specialties and the patient populations that are served by the staff of Associated Therapists. This list is not complete. It is intended to give you an idea of the types of populations and specialties that are served by mental health professionals. No one therapist specializes in all of the listed items. Please read each therapist's information on this web site or call for assistance in choosing a therapist.

Preschoolers and Children
Adolescents
Adults
Seniors
ADD - ADHD
Issues of Aging
Anger Management
Stress Due to Physical Illness
Divorce
Grief
Phobias
Eating Disorders
School Problems
Job / Employment Problems
Learning Problems / Disabilities
Alcohol Dependency
Compulsive Gambling - Spending
Nightmares / Night Terrors
Sexual Disorders
Sleep Disorders
Post Traumatic Stress (PTSD)
Marital Conflicts
Communication Problems
Women's Issues
Gay - Lesbian Issues
Stress Management
Depression, Mood Disorders
Panic and Anxiety Disorders
Physical and Sexual Abuse
Autistic Spectrum Disorders
Behavior Problems
Bi-Polar Disorder
Schizophrenia

Page last updated: 10/16/11