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Our Team

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Tina Marie Del Rosario

LCSW 
Pronouns: She/Her
LCSW #94386

As a dedicated and experienced psychotherapist,  Tina Marie is committed to providing compassionate, culturally sensitive, and feminist-informed mental health care to individuals seeking support. Her therapeutic approach is rooted in a deep understanding of interpersonal neurobiology, mindfulness-based cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT), psychodynamic, relational, and narrative therapy. She believes in the power of these modalities to foster healing and transformation in the lives of my clients.

 

In her career, she strives to create a therapeutic environment where every individual feels seen, heard, and valued. Her commitment to a diverse range of therapeutic modalities, cultural sensitivity, and feminist principles allows her to support individuals on their journey toward mental and emotional well-being. She looks forward to the privilege of joining you on your path to healing and self-discovery.

 

She enjoys working with people with creative minds, artists, musicians, actors, and those who identify as out-of-the-box thinkers and who live outside the realm of social norms.

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Amanda Silvers

ACSW 
Pronouns: She/Her

Amanda is a bi-racial associate clinical social worker whose familial history holds a place in social justice and advocacy.  Amanda spends her time hiking in the mountain ranges of Los Angeles, where her dogs are always by her side.  She loves the diverse and eclectic environment surrounding her and gravitates toward people who put kindness and empathy first.  Some areas of interest for Amanda include: identity development, cultural competency, interpersonal relationships, historical trauma, mind-body connection, and anxiety/depression.  

License Status: Therapist practicing under supervision. Supervisor: Tina Marie Del Rosario, LCSW

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Maddie Hundley

MMFT | AMFT
Pronouns: She/Her

Maddie is an Associate Marriage and Family Therapist

who provides a safe, inviting space for clients to explore aspects of themselves that can be challenging to address in day to day life. She brings an open and non-judgmental energy to sessions to allow clients to be their authentic selves. She sees individuals and couples who wish to work on anxiety, depression, transitions, low self-esteem, gender, and sexual identity, as well as various relationship and sexuality issues. She especially enjoys working with clients who are new to therapy and those who are curious about themselves and the world. Maddie is skilled in working with clients who have experienced sexual harm trauma, identify as LGBTQIA+, those in non-traditional relationships (i.e. poly, open relationships, consensual nonmonogamy), and those who practice alternative sexuality. She also works with individuals who want to discuss fantasies, body image, fatphobia, sexual difficulties, gender roles, or other societal constraints.

License Status: Therapist practicing under supervision. Supervisor: Tina Marie Del Rosario, LCSW

Julia Curran

ACSW
Pronouns: She/Her
ACSW #118854

My approach to therapy is collaborative and focuses on insight, empowerment, and making meaningful changes in life. I offer support in dealing with personal challenges, navigating life transitions, sexuality and gender, creative blocks, improving relationships, and contemporary existential crises. I am bilingual in English and French.

I came to my role as a therapist after working as an arts educator and artist for many years. These experiences have given me a deep appreciation of the complexity and diversity of the human experience, a belief in the power of vulnerability and connection, and insight into the
unique challenges faced by those who work in creative industries. I believe we all possess
inherent wisdom, creativity, and strengths, and that we need each other to survive.

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Vanessa Harold

ACSW 
Pronouns: She/Her

Vanessa Harold, Associate Clinical Social Worker, is a passionate client advocate. Vanessa motivates her clients to meet their best selves by providing a safe, nonjudgmental space, where they can express, explore, and process their concerns. Her client-centered, cognitive behavioral therapy approach allows her to effectively address the unique needs of each client, empowering and challenging them, while recognizing their growth. 

 

Through empathy and compassion, Vanessa’s goal is to provide a supportive environment that promotes her clients’ self-discovery by utilizing areas of influence such as reflective listening and mindfulness. She specializes in working with adults from diverse backgrounds and provides the culturally sensitive treatment. Some of Vanessa’s areas of interest include: trauma, depression, anxiety and stress, couples and relationship therapy, life transitions, alcohol use, sexuality, and anger management.

 

As a Latinx Los Angeles native, Vanessa values inclusivity and diversity in her work and personal life. When she isn’t helping clients, she enjoys traveling, spending time with her multicultural family and dog Rosie, watching romcoms, and making time for self-care. 

License Status: Therapist practicing under supervision. Supervisor: Tina Marie Del Rosario, LCSW

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