Janet Generales

Janet is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker in the states of California (LCSW88575) and Florida (SW16210). Working from a trauma focused perspective, she is committed to supporting individuals and couples through their healing of past and current distressing events. She is Certified in Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) and Havening Techniques. She is also certified in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy.

Viewing relationships through an attachment- oriented lens, Janet helps individuals and couples develop healthy boundaries and communication skills. She is trained in both sex and relationship therapy. She always takes into consideration the impact and importance of one’s culture on relationships and sexual wellness.

Janet is a member of the EMDR International Association, California Association of Marriage and Family Therapists, California Society of Clinical Social Workers, and Treasure Coast Chapter of the National Association of Social Work. Janet graduated with her Master’s Degree in Social Work from the University of Southern California and completed her Bachelor’s level education from California State University Northridge.

Michelle Liva

Michelle is a Registered Associate Marriage & Family Therapist (AMFT #116811, supervised by Anna Aslanian, LMFT #90700) providing services to clients in California.

Michelle has completed training in Levels 1 & 2 of Gottman Method Couples Therapy, a research-based, practical approach to relationship counseling that provides tools for enhancing friendship, communication, and conflict management skills. She has also been trained in Levels 1 & 2 of the Trauma Resiliency Model (TRM), a body-centered approach that explores how trauma is stored within the autonomic nervous system. Utilizing TRM concepts, Michelle supports clients in developing an increased capacity for resiliency that allows them to process traumatic events and everyday experiences of stress and overwhelm more effectively.

Michelle knows that life presents unique challenges at every turn, so it is her goal to collaborate with individuals and couples in exploration of ways to maximize overall wellbeing. Using trauma-informed & attachment-based methods to approach her work, Michelle supports clients in creating robust emotional skillsets that empower them to masterfully encounter the ebbs and flows of life.

Michelle gently guides clients to uncover insidious patterns of thought and behavior so that they feel more capable of consciously producing positive, meaningful change in their daily lives. At the core of her work is the notion that each client and couple arrives with a distinct set of lived experiences on which currently held beliefs formed and evolved over time. By building insight into historical sources of present relational dynamics, Michelle hopes to assist her clients in cultivating a stronger sense of agency and more fulfilling interpersonal relationships.

Additionally, Michelle is in the process of being trained in the Internal Family Systems model and will complete her Level 1 training in December 2021.

Alex Farbstein

Alex is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker in California (LCSW101059). He practices various mindfulness-based therapies including Attachment Focused Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (AF-EMDR), Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), Reflective Parenting Program (RPP) and parts work to help clients approach themselves and their children with compassion.

As a clinician of mixed lineage (Japanese American and Jewish), Alex approaches healing work from a restorative framework that takes into account the complexities of identity, including race, gender and sexuality. Alex has a background in parenting work, and helps caregivers unwind from the impact of intergenerational trauma in the context of raising their own children.

Alex is a member of the Parnell Institute for EMDR, the Association for Contextual Behavioral Science (ACBS) and the National Association for Social Work (NASW). Alex received his Masters of Social Work at the University of Southern California (USC) and his Bachelors of Arts at New York University (NYU).

Michelle Neman

Michelle Neman is a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist.   She received her masters degree in Clinical Psychology from Antioch University, Los Angeles.

Having worked in various community and private practice settings, Michelle has enhanced her skills in many areas and has provided services to a broad range of clients.  She has developed a better understanding of different cultures, sexual orientations, religions and presenting concerns.  Michelle continues to educate herself via professional education and training to be up to date and to give her clients the best and most ethical care.

Michelle Neman also provides therapy for individuals using a customized, integrated holistic approach which focuses on the complete individual – mind, body, and spirit. This provides the deepest level of healing, treating the root of the problem rather than the symptoms. She is trained in EMDR, a form of therapy that is proven to help individuals with trauma, depression, PTSD, phobias and anxiety.  Michelle helps her clients release whatever is holding them back so they can live their dream life.

Kylie Pearce

Along with assisting Anna with operations work, Kylie Pearce conducts all initial phone consultations and assessments at My Therapy Corner and approaches each situation with empathy and flexibility.

Kylie is a current graduate student in the Marriage and Family Therapy program at Pacific Oaks College, Pasadena. She received her Bachelor’s degree in Human Development from the University of California, San Diego which provided the foundation for her interest in mental health.

After gaining several years of experience working in Human Resources and Operations Management, Kylie is now focused on utilizing her skills in the mental health field to provide the best experiences possible for clients.

Kylie comes from a mixed-heritage background which has guided her interest in intersectionality and identity issues. Additionally, Kylie has a special interest in trauma-informed therapy and anxiety disorders that she aims to continuously educate herself on throughout her studies as well as after becoming a licensed therapist.

Kyle Jacobson

Kyle Jacobson is an Acceptance and Commitment Therapy Coach and an Exposure Response Prevention Coach. She received her Bachelor’s degree in Psychology from University of Arizona and is currently in the process of applying to Master’s Social Work programs.

Kyle has worked at a partial hospitalization program coupled with an intensive outpatient program for the past four and a half years. She has a flexible understanding of anxiety disorders including obsessive compulsive disorder, social anxiety disorder, generalized anxiety disorder, panic disorder, Trichotillomania, excoriation, phobias, etc.

She is trained in Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT). This is a modality focusing on the client’s values and helping them utilize acceptance and mindfulness strategies, together with commitment and behavior change strategies, to increase psychological flexibility. Kyle works one-on-one with clients to coach them on how to best implement the tools of ACT. She works collaboratively with client’s therapist to achieve their therapeutic goals.

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