Inga Simonian, Ph.D.
Inga Simonian, Ph.D.Licensed Psychologist, Founder and Director
I trained in child and adolescent psychotherapy at Santa Anita Family Service. I obtained further training at BHC Alhambra Hospital in the assessment and referral department as well as case management where I advanced in risk assessment skills with suicidal patients diagnosed with various psychotic and depressive disorders. . More Details

Our Valuable Team Members

Theresa Journeau-Collins, LMFT
Theresa Journeau-Collins, LMFTLicensed Marriage and Family Therapist, LMFT80570
I am a licensed marriage and family therapist. I obtained a Masters in Clinical Psychology with a specialization in Applied Community Psychology from Antioch University, California. I have over 15 years working in both the health and mental health fields. More Details
Tanya Gilbert, Psy.D.
Tanya Gilbert, Psy.D.Psychological Assistant PSB37395
Dr. Gilbert has a Doctorate in Clinical Psychology, (Psy.D), from Illinois School of Professional Psychology at Argosy University, Chicago and completed post-graduate fellowship in Psychoanalysis at the Wright Institute Los Angeles. More Details
Silva Badalian, LCSW
Silva Badalian, LCSWLicensed Clinical Social Worker, LCSW67598
15 years of experience working in the public sector helping children and adults. I will use a mindfulness-based approach to improve your quality of life. Mindfulness-based therapy is an evidence-based treatment that integrates meditation techniques and eastern philosophies with western psychology. More Details
Rosanna Daragchyan, LMFT
Rosanna Daragchyan, LMFTLicensed Marriage and Family Therapist, LMFT111393
I completed my graduate work at California State University, Northridge. My program is nationally accredited by the Commission for the Accreditation of Marriage and Family Therapy Education, and is one of two such accredited programs in the region. More Details
Jane Oh, Ph.D.
Jane Oh, Ph.D.Clinical Psychologist PSY26714
I started on my journey to learn about human relationships at UC Davis where I received my bachelor’s degrees in psychology and sociology. I continued my education at California School of Professional Psychology at Alliant International University earning a master’s and doctoral degree. More Details
Suzanne Smith, Psy.D.
Suzanne Smith, Psy.D.Psychological Assistant PSB9402125
I am a psychological assistant with a doctorate degree in Clinical Psychology specializing in working with children, adolescents, and adults who are experiencing a wide range of behavioral, developmental, emotional, and relational difficulties. More Details
Irina Demidova, Ph.D.
Irina Demidova, Ph.D.Psychological Assistant PSB94020873
From the time I was a teenager, people always came to me for advice and guidance. I recall in middle school and high school my peers were interested in my advice,… More Details
Arineh Ohanian, AMFT
Arineh Ohanian, AMFTAssociate Marriage Family Therapist, AMFT113525
My areas of expertise are in relationship counseling, childhood trauma, and personal growth. I believe that developing a deeper understanding of yourself can foster self-acceptance and a sense of wholeness. More Details
Erica Basso, LMFT
Erica Basso, LMFTLicensed Marriage Family Therapist, LMFT114828
I believe we need less fixing and more acceptance, less perfectionism and more good-enough, less criticism and more self-compassion. I know first-hand how difficult & scary it can be to slow down in our busy lives and be willing to look at ourselves from another person’s perspective, in ways we most likely haven’t before. More Details
 Flo Stueck, AMFT
Flo Stueck, AMFTAssociate Marriage Family Therapist, AMFT116047
My passion as a therapist is the belief that human relationships are fostered by the practice of self-compassion, courage, and connection. I will guide you using a culturally-inclusive and trauma-informed perspective that includes listening with an emphatic and non-judgmental lens. More Details
Lauren Phillips, AMFT
Lauren Phillips, AMFTAssociate Marriage Family Therapist, AMFT116450
I believe in the power of the narrative that we tell ourselves on a daily basis. We are often unkind to ourselves and repeat critical inner thoughts and judgments about all aspects of our lives, like the choices we’ve made, the way we look, the things we have, the things we don’t have, etc. More Details
Amanda Romero, Ed.D., MSW
Amanda Romero, Ed.D., MSWAssociate Clinical Social Worker, ASW 87895
I believe that we all have the characteristics to face life’s challenges, but sometimes we may need some help recognizing our strengths. I utilize a multidimensional approach to therapy, exploring each individual’s biological, psychological, social, and spiritual needs. More Details
Shani Habibi, Ph.D.
Shani Habibi, Ph.D.Licensed Psychologist, PSY26779
She received her Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology with an emphasis in Multicultural Communications and has been studying bisexuality for 18 years. She is trained as a Cognitive Behavioral Therapist as well as a Systemic Therapist and has treated clients in a variety of clinical settings More Details
Stefanie Garcia, MFT
Stefanie Garcia, MFTLicensed Marriage and Family Therapist, LMFT111393
As a strengths based cognitive behavioral therapist, I work to empower clients to use their own strengths to discover new ways to change their lives. I provide a safe and compassionate environment where clients can explore their thoughts, feelings, and experiences without judgment. More Details
Irene Hernandez, AMFT
Irene Hernandez, AMFTAssociate Marriage and Family Therapist, LMFT109745
Hello! I am Irene Hernandez, I believe in working with the client collaboratively to develop an approach that best works for each individual’s needs. I look forward to speaking with you! More Details