Vida Therapy
Marriage, Family, and Child counseling Inc.,
LMFT 103935 LPCC 5927
LICENSED PROFESSIONAL CLINICAL COUNSELOR 5927

4400 Coldwater Canyon Ave.

Suite 135

Studio City Ca 91604

Tel: 310-779-9030

Email: info@vidatherapy.co

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The material included on this site is intended for informational purposes only and in no way is meant to substitute for individualized mental health therapy provided in person by a professional. The primary goal is to assist children, adults, families, and or couples in determining whether the services provided by Vida Therapy Marriage, Family, and Child counseling Inc., would meet their needs. Vida Therapy Marriage, Family, and Child counseling Inc., does not provide the information on these pages to substitute for individualized therapies. No claim to cure, treat, diagnose, or otherwise provide mental or behavioral health care is guaranteed, promised, or implied by this site.

 

The persons shown in photographs on this website are stock photography models and are not actual patients of, nor are they affiliated with services provided by Vida Therapy Marriage, Family, and Child counseling Inc. The photographs showing the Models are used on this website for illustrative purposes only. The context in which the photographs are used on this website is not intended to reflect personally on any of the Models shown in the photographs.Vida Therapy Marriage, Family, and Child counseling Inc., assumes no liability for any consequence relating directly or indirectly to the use of the photographs showing the models on this website.

 

If there is an IMMEDIATE CRISIS such as a child or adult currently being abused, suicidal, has homicidal thoughts or actions, or any other mental health emergency, CALL 911.

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April 19, 2018

Taking a mental time out during the day is essential to being well. In a time where technology and interactions overwhelms the mind, mediation can help clear the path for connection with self. 

April 30, 2016

 "How Can We Love, If We Are Not There?"

Being Emotionally and physically present is a challenge with technology, family, work, school, and __________ (Insert time snatcher here). In fact, many of us try to multitask when speaking to someone in regards to an important matter and end up asking them to repeat themselves which can damage a relationship over time. True presence can provide healing not only for our selves but also f...

April 30, 2016

 It's tough to ignore what others say about our person, behaviors, and or choices we make. Don Miguel Ruiz teaches us to stand in our own truth by understanding that people do and say things because of themselves, NOT US! You are responsible for your own thoughs and actions whether or not others feel the way you do. 

 

April 30, 2016

Maintaining healthy boundaries with our loved ones can be difficult. Especially, if we are unable to identify what's healthy and good for us. By increasing healthy boundaries you can change your relationships into loving and fulfilling ones that fulfill your needs. Brenè Brown breaks down the components of healthy boundaries, empathy, and compassion! 

April 30, 2016

Sympathy and Empathy seems like the same thing right? Although both words sounds like, they have different meaning. Sympathy is the feelings of pity and sorrow for someone else's misfortune. Empathy is the ability to understand and share the feelings of another. 

 

Brene Brown, PhD, does a wonderful job of explaining the difference between sympathy and empathy to aid us in learning how we can connect with others....

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