Alyssa Freeman

Alyssa is the primary contact when it comes to billing, scheduling, patient communication, and all other practice inquiries. Alyssa conducts all initial clinical assessments on the phone with clients and helps determine who the best therapist would be to fit your wants and needs. Alyssa is an excellent relationship builder and approaches each situation with empathy and flexibility.

Alyssa received her Bachelor’s degree in Community Health from California State University Dominguez Hills. Here, she developed her passion for the maintenance and protection of the mental health status of all population groups and communities.

Alyssa has over 10 years of experience in customer care and administrative duties. She has incredible attention to detail and makes it a priority to ensure that clients receive the best treatment and care.

Alyssa enjoys being outside and exploring new places with her son. They go to the beach, parks, and on hikes around Los Angeles. As he grows, she hopes to travel so that he can experience various communities and cultures.

Alyssa is focused on utilizing her skills to assist people along their mental health journeys and provide the best experiences possible for clients at My Therapy Corner.

Ryan Schuster

Why can’t I just be happy? Why is everything so difficult? Is life just endless suffering? Most of us are trying to rid ourselves of our anxiety by avoiding frightening situations and shielding ourselves from uncomfortable experiences. In doing so, our existence often becomes narrow and tedious. But what if we could learn to make room for the inevitable pains that life confronts us with and accept the experiences we cannot control?

Dr. Ryan Schuster, PsyD attended University of Southern California for his undergraduate degree in Social Science with an emphasis in Psychology, and later attended California School of Professional Psychology in San Francisco for his doctorate in Clinical Psychology.

Ryan helps his clients become more psychologically flexible, so they can be present and do what matters most to them. During your sessions, your values and goals will dictate the tools and interventions Ryan will employ. Dr. Schuster believes strongly that therapy should be experiential; it can allow for learning and growth that words struggle to capture.

Dr. Schuster provides remote individual therapy to adults and specializes in Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder and other Anxiety Disorders. He is a native Spanish speaker and has experience conducting therapy in both languages.

Jennifer Snyder

Jennifer is a Registered Associate Marriage and Family Therapist (AMFT # 113976) and Registered Associate Professional Clinical Counselor (APCC # 6519) supervised by Anna Aslanian, LMFT # 90700 providing services to clients in California. Jennifer is trained in EMDR. She is also a Brainspotting Practitioner. Brainspotting is a technique which is effective for a wide variety of emotional and somatic conditions and utilizes the visual field in order to access unprocessed trauma and stored memories in the subcortical brain. Jennifer’s approach is warm, curious, and trauma-informed and she works collaboratively with clients while incorporating mindfulness, nervous system regulation, and attachment- based methods.

Jennifer believes that the therapeutic relationship is vital in the healing journey and she provides a safe and non-judgmental space while supporting and empowering her clients.

Jennifer’s clinical experience is extremely diverse given that she has many years of experience working in a variety of clinical settings including community mental health, hospital and addiction treatment centers with a wide range of clients from various backgrounds and levels of functioning. Jennifer has supported individuals in navigating complex trauma, relational issues, family issues, substance use, co-occurring disorders, bipolar spectrum disorders and severe persistent mental health conditions. Jennifer received her Master’s degree in Clinical Psychology with and emphasis in Marriage and Family Therapy and at Pepperdine University and her Bachelors of Arts degree in Psychology and Social Behavior at University of California, Irvine.

Regina Terrones

Regina is a Registered Associate Marriage and Family Therapist (AMFT #128518) and Registered Associate Professional Clinical Counselor (APCC #10494) supervised by Anna Aslanian (LMFT #90700) who provides services in California. Regina is a member of Psi Chi: the International Honor Society in Psychology. She received her Master’s Degree in Clinical Psychology from Pepperdine University and her undergraduate education at the University of California, Santa Barbara.

Regina’s interest in the field of mental health started many years before she took the steps necessary for becoming a clinician. Regina knew she wanted to support others when she witnessed the beautifully unique and distinct characteristics and needs in her own children.

Regina’s clinical experience is rooted in supporting populations across a range of ages and settings. This includes in-patient residential therapy with at-risk adolescents experiencing severe socioeconomic challenges and childhood trauma, as well as adults presenting with anxiety, trauma, depression, grief processing, phase of life and relationship concerns at a community-based practice. Regina works with a range of treatment modalities, including Trauma-Focused CBT, DBT, and Narrative Therapy. Additionally, she is trained in Levels 1 & 2 of Gottman Method Couples Therapy, which is a research-based approach to relationship counseling that focuses on providing individuals with tools and skills that can aid them with reframing various aspects of their relationship, including meaning-making and conflict management.

The journey towards healing and increased understanding of our life experiences can be daunting and difficult at times. Regina values the support she is able to bring to each therapeutic relationship and appreciates that being invited into such experiences with her clients is a privilege. She believes that with support, people can take positive steps for inner healing and growth, a process she feels is not limited to the work she does in sessions with her clients but one that is more fully cultivated by the progress and growth her clients experience in-between sessions. Empowering individuals to recognize this sense of agency, as well as a renewed outlook for a more hopeful tomorrow, is where her passion in her work truly lies.

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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