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Find Counseling  in Pasadena and Sierra Madre

Finding the first step is sometimes the hardest. It can be overwhelming, and sometimes even feel hopeless. That’s why we’re here offering counseling in Pasadena and Sierra Madre. Whether you struggle with anxiety, depression, relationship or parenting issues, we believe foundational change is possible through a new kind of relationship that gives you what you need to thrive. Let’s take that first step together.

 

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Sync Counselors in Pasadena and Sierra Madre

 

We are a community of counselors committed your process of change. We believe true change happens when we connect with others in a genuine way. That’s why we offer quality counseling in Pasadena and Sierra Madre. And we’re only a phone call away.
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Cathy Barkataki, MS

Anxiety and Depression
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Curtis Miller, PsyD, LMFT, MDiv

Psychoanalysis for Individuals and Couples
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Annie Miller, LMFT

Anxiety and Depression counseling
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Chris Nahumck, Ph.D, MDiv

Depression, Men's Issues
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Jeremy Mast, MS, LMFT, MDiv, CSAT

Sex Addiction and Substance Abuse
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Trisha Miller, BSN, MS

Relationship issues and Depression
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Rachel Engels, MA, NCC

Couples & Life Transitions
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Rubina Haroutonian, MA, LMFT

Children and Families with Special Needs
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Marijane DiCandia, MA

Relationship issues and couples
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Philip Spradling, PhD, MSG, MA, LMFT

Life Transitions and Chronic Illness
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Shelia Sutton, MA, LMFT

Adolescents and Trauma/EMDR
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Bekke Abe, MA, MS

Relationship issues & cancer patients
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Wendy Edwards, MS

Relationship issues & life transitions
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Amy Di Francia, MS, LMFT

Faith and spirituality & relationship issues
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David Leong, MS

Anxiety & Near Death Experiences
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Quincee Gideon, PsyD

Trauma & anxiety
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Megan Johnson, PhD

Substance abuse & trauma
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Joseph Hovemeyer, MDiv, MFT Trainee

Couples & depression
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Heather Inouye, MS, MA

Families & intercultural relationships
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Connor McClenahan, PsyD

Trauma & anxiety
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Debby Sinnette-Baird, MA, MEd, LPCC, ATR-BC, PPS

Adolescents & children
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Carolyn Wong, MS, LMFT

Asian American issues & families w/ special needs
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Grace Ou, MS, LMFT

Restoration therapy & couples
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Couples and Family Counseling

“Couples counseling is focused on resolving the ongoing issues that make you feel “stuck” in your relationship. We help couples get unstuck by creating new ways of relating that bring intimacy and connection to the relationship.

“When people come in for family counseling, they often feel overwhelmed, or they have a specific concern about their child. We help identify the problem areas, and establish patterns that will help your family connect and enjoy time together again.”

Counseling for Anxiety

“Anxiety is isolating. We try to suppress or hide our anxiety, to get rid of it like it’s a disease, yet neuroscience shows us that chronic anxiety is reduced when we are known and cared for in a safe relationship. Often our inability to calm ourselves during times of stress have to do with wounds we sustained early in childhood, where we learned we weren’t cared for; we were left alone. Therapy helps you understand your anxiety and experience it in a new way so you can feel grounded again.”

Counseling for Depression

“Depression can feel hopeless, like a cloud that won’t lift. Sometimes we’re confused. We feel lethargic, sad, blue, and don’t know why. You may even wonder whether you’re feeling sad, or if there’s something chemically wrong. Whatever the case, help isn’t far away. We’re here to ask these questions with you and discover more about what you’re experiencing and what obstacles stand in your path.”

Where do I find parking?

 

Parking can be found in front of the building, or we also have dedicated parking directly behind the building.

 

 

 

How do I find Sync?

 

Enter through our glass door to the right of the Subway. It will lead you up to the second floor. Feel free to help yourself to coffee or tea when you enter.