Stefani Roscoe, LCSW, CGP

As a Licensed Clinical Social Worker, I specialize in assisting people with their emotional well-being by improving awareness and acceptance of themselves. I am particularly passionate about helping children and families feel good about their relationship to each other. In the many years I have been working with children and families, I have cultivated my understanding and focus on the specific changes you and your family need to build healthy relationships with each other and out in the world.

I strive to make this process one that feels natural and collaborative. I invite you to enter the relaxed and open-minded setting I provide and allow me to hear your struggles. Whether you are looking to help your toddler with having better days or you want more peace in your home with your teen, my vast experience in understanding child development as well as family dynamics is an open handed offer to you. Feel free to be in touch for a free consultation prior to committing to beginning therapy.

Morgan Faulkner, AMFT

Being a parent is not easy and I am here to help. If you have a child that is beginning to lose interest in school or activities, has low self-esteem, has difficulty socializing or your child is having outbursts that feel out of control, you’re in the right place.

I provide a compassionate and comfortable setting for individuals, families, and groups with the aim of helping clients express and communicate their emotions. I specialize with issues such as anxiety, depression, and learning how to manage big emotions.

I work with children as young as 3 to 17 and I believe that the most healing aspect of the therapeutic process is the relationship itself. I have cultivated a warm, inviting office that allows for sand play, art therapy, role play, and more. While children may not be able to verbalize the stressors they are experiencing in their life, it is easier for most children to express emotions and process them through play.

Having parents involved in the treatment can help create lasting results, which is why I also provide family/parent sessions as needed for you to share concerns about your child. Together, we will work as a team to help support your child.

While I use play therapy with kids aged 3-12, I also use an eclectic approach that takes pieces from interpersonal therapy, cognitive behavioral therapy, and a psychodynamic approach that is tailored based on the unique needs of each client.

Shimul Hyder, AMFT

Every parent’s dream is to see their child happy, healthy, and well-adjusted. Modern day parenting brings challenges with technology; from screen time use to social media to the smartphone. Other pertinent themes include bullying, violence and the fear of drugs. As an immigrant mother of two tweens and navigating my own parenting challenges, I can empathize with parents and children straddling two cultures. Our frustrations with inherited generational parenting patterns may also no longer be working in this current climate.

Frustrations your child may be experiencing can lead to isolation, anxiety and depression that looks like “acting out”. This is where I step in and work towards understanding your child’s specific needs and help them reach their full potential.

A consistent, safe, healing space can be a truly transformative experience. I work in a holistic way, and this means including parents throughout the process in order to achieve lasting effects for your family.

My integrative approach incorporates various therapies, including play therapy, art therapy, sandtray, child-friendly mindfulness techniques, as well as psychodynamic and cognitive behavior modalities to bring about healing and change.

Elizabeth Francis, AMFT

It is important to me that clients feel like they can truly be themselves each session so the relationship between the client and therapist is authentic and healing. I enjoy working with children, teens and adults and I specialize in working with transgenerational trauma in women from the Middle East, as well as working with 1st generation children of immigrants.

Therapy can help give you the space to manage emotions and guide you towards noticing your feelings without judgment, allowing them to pass through you instead of stagnating within you. I welcome the use of dreams, fantasy, imagery, and more in my practice.

My approach focuses on root issues and discovering attachment patterns from early childhood. When we do this, we begin noticing how those patterns show up in your current relationships. We won’t just put a Band-Aid where it hurts- let’s talk about where this wound came from. Your inner world is beautifully layered, and intricate, and I want to help you explore it. I believe in people’s ability to know internally what they need, and I will help guide you towards uncovering and expressing those needs.

15235 Burbank Blvd. #A2
Sherman Oaks, CA 91411

7891 La Tijera Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90045

(424) 261-8632

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