Therapist Profile

Craig A. Gillett, M.A.
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11847 Wilshire Blvd. #300 Los Angeles, CA 90025-6634
(310) 450-2045
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Personal Statement

Personal Statement:
Treating a wide variety of issues and people in Los Angeles for over fourteen years. People of all persuasions and backgrounds are welcome. Offices located in Hancock Park and West Los Angeles. Symptoms Treated Include: Depression; Anxiety, Relationship Issues; Substance Abuse. Help for: Life Transitions and Personal Growth. Belief: Our histories influence who we are and how we behave, but they do not dictate our future. We can change ourselves and our relationships. We can deepen meaning and joy and recapture the clarity, focus and energy we once felt. Approach: Experiential and practical therapy to evoke the changes needed to heal and grow. I treat problems on all levels: mind; body; emotional; and spiritual. Direct Feedback is always available. Areas of Interest: Humanism; Bioenergetics; EMDR; Narrative and Inner Child work.

About My Practice

Office Hours
Monday, Wednesday, Thursday Daytime and Evenings
Individual and Couples
Private Pay
Credit Cards Accepted
Free Initial Consult
Offers Teletherapy


Marriage and Family Therapy, Antioch University, 1994

Area of Specialty

Ethnicity/Multi-Cultural Relationships
Life Transitions/Mid-Life Issues
Men's Issues
Self Esteem/Personal Growth
Working With Therapists


Theoretical Orientation
Bioenergetics EMDR
Languages Spoken
Caucasian (Non-Hispanic)


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