Counseling

We provide mental health counseling for people who want to improve their lives and be happy. We use a variety of tools including art therapy, mindfulness based cognitive therapy and practical problem solving to provide a holistic approach. We’ll work with you to find the right treatment to achieve your goals and create your life.

In order to keep safe during COVID, we are offering TeleHealth services.

 

Meet the Therapists

Naomi Tucker
LMFT, ATR
License #44453 
José Cabrera
LMFT, ATR
License #45195
Bilingual (Spanish)
 

NAOMI TUCKER is a registered Art Therapist, Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist and Brainspotting therapist. She trained at Loyola Marymount University, where she now teaches. Naomi facilitates art therapy groups at Bridges to Recovery and provides expansion-focused therapy for all ages.

 

JOSÉ CABRERA is a registered Art Therapist, Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist,  and Brainspotting therapist. He completed his Master’s degree at Loyola Marymount University. José was also the recipient of a Fulbright scholarship which gave him the opportunity to research and provide therapy to families and couples in Mexico.

 

Art Therapy

We will invite you to try using art to express yourself. Art making is a way to learn our true intentions, to process and make sense of things, and practice mindfulness. Art helps us find perspective and see things we couldn’t see before. It gives voice to parts of ourselves we don’t yet have words for and allows us to heal and know our wholeness as humans.

 
Mindfulness

Mindfulness and meditation are ways to practice being present in the moment.  Much of the time our minds are focused on the past (what already happened and how we feel about it) or the future (what might happen and if we want it or not).

 

When we practice paying attention to what is happening instead, there are many benefits:

  • Decreased stress

  • Increased immune system functioning

  • Increased flexibility in dealing with situations of daily life

  • Increased compassion for ourselves and others

 

There are many different ways to practice including:

  • Focus on breath–noticing the sensation and movement

  • Walking meditation–conscious movement

  • Seated meditation–observing your breath and thoughts

  • Guided meditation–following along with an audio guide

 

BRAINSPOTTING

Where You Look Affects How You Feel

 

Contact Us

The Therapy Studio
12304 Santa Monica Blvd Ste 327 Los Angeles CA 90025

Tel: 310 795 8870

Email: naomitucker.mft@gmail.com

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