I received my education and training in the field of psychology at Brown University and the University of Southern California. In 2006 I received my masters degree in Marriage and Family Therapy from USC and began training as a psychotherapist at the Maple Counseling Center in Beverly Hills. After completing 3000 hours of training in the treatment of mental health issues for individuals, couples, and families, I received my MFT license in 2009.
I have been in private practice for 13 years and have provided 13,000 hours of psychotherapy to individual adults and couples in Los Angeles. I am an active member of the California Association of Marriage and Family Therapists (CAMFT) and I am certified by the California Board of Behavioral Science to practice psychotherapy.
My approach to therapy is based on the field of Psychodynamic Psychotherapy with a focus on couples, male depression, anxiety, and parenting. You can read more about my approach here.
My Family History
I come from a deep family history of mental health professionals. My mother, Susan Nord, is a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist in Santa Monica who specializes in couples and parenting. My father is a retired physician. My sister, Dr. Jessica Nord, is a UCLA trained psychiatrist who specializes in the treatment of insomnia and women's health. My grandmother was a psychoanalyst in Boston for over 50 years. What can I say, helping others runs in the family.
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