Humans are complex beings. So an integrative approach that accounts for both physical and psychological factors is essential for healing, resilience, and growth. In my work as a licensed marriage and family therapist, I draw upon my clinical psychology and expressive arts education, and also my experience as a teacher and registered yoga practitioner. My clinical training focused on work with people who wish to integrate emotional and cognitive experiences to lead better lives.
My work focuses on maximizing cognitive, spiritual, physical, and emotional aspects of our existence. While my clinical work draws primarily upon Western approaches I am also mindful of the mind-body connection. I see integration of the two as key to healing. I believe that therapy succeeds when we collaborate to understand your challenges and uncover new opportunities.
As we gain greater appreciation of the emotional challenges that have spurred destructive habits, attitudes, and behaviors, we can then use research-supported tools to change those patterns and improve your quality of life.
or Call Haley Hewitt, MA, LMFT at 1-800-651-8085 ext. 39756
More Info About My Practice
I graduated from California Institute of Integral Studies with a master’s degree in integral counseling psychology. I am a Loyola Marymount University graduate, where I received an undergraduate degree in film and television production with a minor in theater. I am trained as a registered yoga teacher, an au pair, and a Special Olympics coach. I am a California BBS Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, MFC #100015.
Specific Issue(s) I'm Skilled at Helping With
I specialize in treatment of a wide range of concerns, including autism spectrum conditions, behavioral concerns, anxiety, ADHD, bipolar, child and adolescent issues, illness, stress, chronic pain, CBT/DBT, depression, couples, developmental delays, depression, emotion regulation, dual diagnosis, families, gender identity, expressive arts, LGBTQIA, mindfulness, life transitions, relationships, sexual identity, self-esteem, sleep issues and insomnia, somatic resourcing, spirituality, sports and fitness psychology, PTSD, trauma, and career and job concerns.