KATI BRECKENRIDGE, Ph.D., Psy.D. License# CA psychologist 4059
1800 Fairburn Ave., Ste 205
Los Angeles, CA 90025
I am a psychologist and a contemporary psychoanalyst. I am a training and supervising analyst, an instructor at ICP, and I have been in private practice for 35 years. I work with adults and couples in both short term and long term therapy. My focus is on your ways of relating as they occur currently and in your history. The goal is to expand your comfort range, flexibility, and familiarity with your own feelings. With greater emotional control many knotty life problems can be loosened.
AREAS OF SPECIALTY
Ph.D., University of Texas in Austin, Austin, 1970
Psy.D., Institute of Contemporary Psychoanalysis, Los Angeles, 1995
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