Briana Renae McGee is an associate psychotherapist in private practice with a special focus on the treatment of intergenerational trauma, substance abuse, anxiety, depression and chronic pain in people of color. Bri’s integrative and holistic approach combines her clinical knowledge rooted in psychodynamic, solution-focused, relational-gestalt, cognitive behavioral and narrative therapies with spiritual and mindfulness-based healing modalities. Bri brings intention and attention to her work with clients through a vessel of transparency, empathy, compassion and connection, empowering individuals and groups to become fully aware of who they are and what they need to achieve optimal wellbeing.
Bri holds an undergraduate degree in psychology and master’s degrees in both business and clinical psychology. Employed by the city of Los Angeles since 2004, she has worked as a counselor and recreation assistant for youth and teens and as an LAPD and ADP police dispatcher. Serving as emergency personnel, Bri felt limited in her ability to support people whom she knew were facing profound trauma and mental health challenges. These experiences, combined with the healing of her own personal trauma, were among the catalysts for her decision to pursue a career in holistic mental health
Bri has worked at the exodus recovery center and the airport marina counseling center in Los Angeles treating a diverse population of individuals and groups. In addition to working in a West Hollywood private practice, she is currently undergoing clinical training, seeing clients and facilitating a trauma group for people of color at Los Angeles based community organization, the relational center.
To learn more or schedule a session with Briana please email BrianaRenaeTherapy@gmail.com
Stephanie Holz is a Los Angeles based Associate Marriage and Family Therapist focusing on work with adolescent and adult individuals and couples. She holds an undergraduate degree in History and master’s degrees in both Art and Clinical Psychology. In addition to working in private practice, Stephanie is completing training in community mental health at Women’s Clinic Counseling Center; works as a school therapist at Roosevelt Elementary; and is currently completing training in Emotionally focused couples therapy. Stephanie has an open heart and offers a holistic and integrated approach to well-being. She is both trauma informed and culturally sensitive.
Drawing from the fields of internal family systems, relational and depth psychology, narrative therapy, psychodynamic psychotherapy, CBT, DBT, feminist and LGBTQI affirmative approaches to treatment, Stephanie supports clients in navigating often challenging milestones and life passages. From traversing adolescence to individuating into adulthood, exploring sexuality and gender, finding a way through midlife transformation, and grappling with issues of aging and loss, Stephanie is skilled at supporting a variety of needs. Her work with couples places a particular emphasis on strengthening communication and intimacy.
Stephanie is an empowering therapist who believes in the vastness of a person’s authenticity and the value of healthy self expression. She sees the relationship between client and therapist as a microcosm of all other relationships, in which it is possible to process relational trauma, and find new ways of relating to our experiences and to others. She is deeply invested in the creative process and works with clients to understand and move through creative blocks, to become intuitively connected and to foster a sense of meaning and purpose in life.
To learn more or schedule a session with Stephanie please email Info@stephanieholz.com
Julia Willinger (she/her) is a Los Angeles based Associate Marriage and Family Therapist, currently seeing adult individuals, couples, children, adolescents and groups. She works in private practice and sees clients at both the Relational Center and Early Childhood Development Center. Julia completed her M.A. in Counseling with an emphasis in Depth Psychology from Pacifica Graduate Institute. In the therapy room, Julia uses a holistic, collaborative, curious, compassionate and trauma-informed approach to support clients with navigating life’s challenges. She is deeply passionate about joining people on their healing journey and is committed to meeting clients wherever they are on their path. She balances a soul centered and spiritual approach with contemporary psycho-education rooted in nervous system research.
Formerly in the music industry, Julia is co-founder of Atrium Creative Retreats, where she organizes, produces and facilitates retreats and workshops for creative artists. She currently combines her background in creativity with her extensive knowledge in the field of mindfulness, trauma informed care and the body, self-compassion, interpersonal neurobiology, relational therapy, depth psychology and harm-reduction. She is also completing training in Brainspotting, Advanced Gestalt, EFT, and ACT modalities.
In addition to providing psychotherapy, Julia continues her work as a coach, artist advisor and teacher in meditation, yoga, and mindful movement. She is committed to issues of equity and social justice in both her personal and professional life which continually inform her work as a clinician, coach and educator. Julia specializes in working with anxiety, trauma and life transitions and works diligently to support people in connecting with a sense of purpose and meaning.
To learn more, or to schedule a session with Julia: www.juliawillinger.com
Caroline Corcoran is a Los Angeles based Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist specializing in work with individuals, couples, and groups. She received a BA in music composition from Cornish College of the Arts and a master’s degree in clinical psychology with an emphasis in spiritual and depth psychology from Antioch University.
Caroline brings a welcoming, integrative, and holistic approach to her work. She strives to create a safe space for deep and honest exploration, supporting clients to heal relational trauma, identify and unwind limiting beliefs, and cultivate strategies for integration and embodied well-being.
In addition to working with clients in clinical practice, she is co-founder and facilitator of The Rising Tide women’s group and co-producer of the Love is the Power podcast. Caroline is a licensed yoga teacher, and has acquired additional training in drama therapy, mindfulness, and the self-inquiry method known as "The Work" of Byron Katie.
To learn more or schedule a session with Caroline: carolinecorcoran.org