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In addition to psychoanalysis, most psychoanalysts also practice intensive and brief psychotherapy, sometimes prescribing medication. Many treat couples, conduct family or group therapy sessions, and work with specialized populations. Because psychoanalysts are provided with the most thorough education available in normal and pathological development, their training enhances the quality of all their therapeutic work.

The individuals listed in this directory are members of NCP who have chosen to submit information about their practices on this website. NCP has not verified the accuracy of that information and does not make patient referrals. You may wish to consult the California State BreEZe website, which allows you to verify professional licenses. If you are looking for a therapist who accepts Medi-Cal (Medicaid) reimbursement, you may call 1-800-854-7771.

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Populations Served
 Children and Adolescents  
 Older Adults  

Areas of Practice
 Aging, Death and Dying  
 Anger Management  
 Anxiety Disorders  
 Attachment Disorders  
 Autism Spectrum Disorder  
 Bipolar Disorder  
 Borderline Personality  
 Creative Blocks  
 Depression and Mood Disorders  
 Developmental Disorders  
 Eating Disorders  
 Family Conflict  
 Gender Identity  
 Grief and Loss  
 Infertility, Pregnancy, Prenatal, and Postpartum  
 Intimacy and Sexuality  
 Life Transitions/Adjustments  
 Medication Management  
 Narcissistic Personality  
 Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder  
 Pain Management and Chronic Illness  
 Peer Relationships  
 Psychotic Disorders  
 Relationship Issues  
 School Issues  
 Suicidality and Self-Harm  
 Trauma and PTSD  
 Work/Career Issues