The human experience is an ever-shifting journey. Just as there may be times of joy, happiness, and contentment, there may also be times of suffering, pain, and disappointment. When faced with adversity or a difficult life transition, you may experience feeling depressed, anxious, stressed, or isolated. It is in these moments when it’s most important to recognize the power of human resilience. But you don’t have to do it alone. Together, we can create a path toward deeper understanding and empowerment with the goal of developing meaningful change.
The relationship between a therapist and a client is unique, but it begins like any relationship: feeling connected. Please reach out by calling or emailing me to begin a connection.
LeAnn graduated from Loyola Marymount University in 2014 with an MA in Marital & Family Therapy and Clinical Art Therapy. In 2013 LeAnn partnered with Los Angeles Youth Network for her practicum and began building therapeutic relationships with runaway homeless youth (ages 13 – 22). LeAnn used art therapy to explore a vast array of challenges faced by these youth such as depression, anxiety, self-harm, suicidal ideations, somatic symptoms, identity issues, grief and loss. The resiliency, survival, and grit exhibited by these young people as they worked through trauma, pain, and loss inspired LeAnn to dedicate herself to explore the depths of the human experience as a caring, curious, and patient therapist. In addition to Los Angeles Youth Network, LeAnn worked at a community mental health clinic where she facilitated individual and family therapy with a diverse population, ages 7 – 62.
LeAnn is a marriage and family therapist registered intern (#80784) supervised by Dr. Curtis Miller, PsyD, LMFT MFC 31636.