Tanya Samuelian

Tanya Samuelian is a registered Marriage and Family Therapist Associate (IMF# 93868) currently completing her hours for licensure.  She received her B.S. in Family and Human Development from Arizona State University and her M.S. in Counseling Psychology from California Lutheran University. During her graduate studies at CLU, Tanya provided psychotherapy at CLU’s Community Counseling Center, which enabled her to interact with and assist children, adolescents, and adults through individual, family, and couple’s therapy. She has provided psychotherapy to a wide range of demographics varying from but not limited to, depression and anxiety to interpersonal relationship difficulties and family dynamics. In addition, Tanya also received specialized guidance in Family Mediation, providing her with additional tools and a deeper understanding to assist children, adolescents, individuals, couples and families.

Tanya’s diverse experience includes working with clients from all different cultural, ethnic, religious and socioeconomic backgrounds. She uses an integrative theoretical approach combining various elements of different theories into practice. Her approach is warm and genuine while still honoring and respecting every client’s boundaries. She believes the key is to individualize the techniques and tools to best fit each client personally.

Feel free to contact her for complimentary session – 818.652.3495 or

Fred Rosenbloom

I am a Marriage and Family Therapist Associate (IMF 85542)  in Westlake Village. I work with adults, teens, couples and families on all kinds of emotional, behavioral, and relationship issues. I have a particular interest in life transitions, career development, and relationships. My specialty is helping individuals deal with anxiety, panic and OCD through a holistic approach which includes Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) and Person Centered Therapy (PCT).
When you meet with me, we will openly discuss the therapy process and treatment options based on agreed upon goals.  Therapy will mostly be present-focused, and explore the thoughts and beliefs that influence your feelings and behavior.  Together, we will work toward your goals, and improving your sense of well-being, by making changes to the ways in which you manage day-to-day life.  I will work collaboratively with you to understand your experiences in a nonjudgmental way, creating a safe and supportive space to explore difficult and distressing issues. 
After graduating with a Master’s degree in Counseling from CSUN, I received specialized CBT training at the UCLA Anxiety Disorders Clinic for the treatment of anxiety disorders, including panic disorder, social phobia, generalized anxiety disorder, and OCD.  I earned my Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology from UCSD.  I have a lifelong personal and professional love of music and prior to my experience as therapist, I had worked in the music and technology field managing computer networks and providing technical support and services to musicians. I currently integrate my experience to help individuals achieve more balance in their lives, offering extra support and guidance through challenging situations and helping people find the courage to let go of fear, self-doubt, anxiety, and anything else holding them back from reaching their dreams. 
I may be reached for a complimentary session at 818.288.6024 or

Christina Vescovo

I am a registered Marriage and Family Therapist Associate (IMF# 105030) currently completing my hours for licensure. Sometimes with personal & private situations such as addiction, anxiety, depression, grief or loss, it does not feel right to turn to friends and family.  If you are reading this website, it is possible this has already crossed your mind.

We’ve all gone through periods where we felt a little “off,” or as if our purpose is missing. This is not a sign of weakness; we may be carrying an unconscious lifelong issue, or enduring a recent crisis. Life’s problems present themselves in addictions, eating disorders, insomnia, lack of motivation, worry.  We become tempted to hide our painful emotions.

Anxiety, depression, and stress disorders may appear at any point in our lives. In the long run this causes havoc…what may be considered a “disorder” is really just our body, mind and soul saying it is time for an overhaul.  You may experience a wide range of physical or emotional symptoms that affect your quality of life.

We all carry buried elements of the past and day-to-day struggles that make our lives imperfect.  When problems occur, nobody around you may realize just how much pain you are in.  I have seen first hand and been on both sides of emotional struggles.

I was inspired to work in this field after a calling to support family and friends with addiction issues.  I have worked in a variety of recovery environments including outpatient, detox, high school counseling, and provided full time concierge support to executives.  Alongside my experiences in real estate, journalism, marketing and sales, I have worked with non-profit organizations in San Francisco, London, and New York.  I support the City of Malibu’s homeless initiatives.

I was educated at: KU – BGS Psychology; NYU – MS Finance; Antioch University – MA in Clinical Psychology.

I maybe reached for a complimentary session at 424-346-2999 or Messages will be returned within 24 hours; anything urgent will be handled in 3 hours.

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