Contact Info

I offer a FREE Telephone Consultation.

I would be happy to help.  Please reach out by calling my office at 310-314-6933 or sending me a private email.

Two physical office locations in the Los Angeles, California area:

2665 30th Street, Suite 217, Santa Monica, CA 90405.

3424 Carson Street, Suite 580, Torrance, CA 90503.

Email me at
mfoxmft@yahoo.com.

SLIDING SCALE THERAPY:

Heather Brewer, IMFT Intern

Heather Brewer, MFT Intern #65639As part of my practice, I supervise intern Heather Brewer, who offers therapy on a sliding scale. Heather is a Marriage and Family Therapy Registered Intern who was chosen for her insight, empathy and skill. She specializes in body-oriented modalities, such as Somatic Experiencing, Gestalt therapy, Hakomi and Dance/Movement Therapy. She attended the somatic psychotherapy program at the California Institute of Integral Studies in San Francisco and worked with adults, couples, children and groups in exploring issues including sexual and gender diversity and exploration, trauma, anxiety, depression, aging, neurological diversity, and racial and cultural issues.  You are invited to visit her website for more information.  www.heatherbrewermft.com.

8 thoughts on “Contact Info

    1. admin Post author

      Yes, I have offices in Torrance and Santa Monica, CA. Redondo is in the middle, but closer to Torrance certainly. I offer a free phone consult if you’d like to discuss further.

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  1. fariba jafari

    I wonder how much is nerufeedback per hour or every 45 minutes and my son allready did 65 hours intensively but most of the repair fade away should we do it again not intensively this time or not .

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    1. admin Post author

      My advice is to seek treatment again, then if it does not stick, try renting a machine so you can use it at home, with periodic checks with a practitioner to see that you are utilizing the correct protocol. I rent machines and provide one hour per month of consultation with the rental fee to ensure you are doing it correctly and that no changes need to be made. Some people need it for a very long time (organic issues), so this is the most cost-effective method of getting the hours you need. Feel free to contact me again for more information.

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  2. Stuart

    I have a younger brother with asperger’s and am currently looking for a neurofeeback program in southern california. Have you treated any asperger’s patients at your facility? If not can you direct me to any local facilities who do? My family is in the process of looking for a reliable and effective program, and do not want to get scammed. Thank you!

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    1. admin Post author

      Thanks for contacting me. I have treated Asperger’s Syndrome with neurofeedback with a lot of success. The software I use had a recent upgrade that is excellent for treating all types of autism and anxiety. I offer a free 25 minutes consultation, and you and your brother and family can meet me and get a feel for what I do. I can show you the software, and you can see if you are comfortable with working with me. Let me know how I can help.

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  3. Carmen Arakelian

    Hi, I have a 6 year-old autistic son. I just want to know how long each session is, since he can not sit for a long time. By the way he newly starts to talk, and I want to know if he should be verbal or it doesn’t matter.
    Thanks

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    1. admin Post author

      Each session is 45 minutes maximum. However, the first few sessions can be shorter, then eventually your son will be able to sit for longer. He can watch any dvd he wants and we can use that for the feedback. We also have some other games that might entertain him. It doesn’t matter if he is verbal for neurofeedback. We will be able to tell how he’s doing by his behavior.

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