Dr. Farnaz Namin, Ph.D. is a Postdoctoral Psychologist with clinical and coaching experience spanning over 17 years. She has deep experience working with both adults as well as adolescents and children, and she is often sought after for family and couples counseling. Dr. Namin obtained her doctoral training from the California School of Professional Psychology, having completed two master’s degrees in Organizational and Counseling Psychology from Pepperdine University.
She specializes in trauma and anxiety related counseling, mood and depressive disorders, high-functioning Autism Spectrum Disorder, phobias, dissociative disorders, personality disorders, family dynamics, relationship and/or couples counseling, and a variety of psychological evaluations.
Dr. Namin has a holistic and worldly approach to counseling and utilizes a multi-cultural and diversity-oriented perspective connecting neuro-cognitive, emotion-based, and client-centered views. She utilizes an array of therapeutic techniques customized to fit the uniqueness of each patient. Examples include: psychodynamic, cognitive behavioral, EMDR, Family Systems, Gottman Method, Mindfulness, Gestalt, and Adlerian.
Dr. Namin specializes in counseling for life transitions, work/career related issues, and barriers to communication effectiveness.
Dr. Namin is very dedicated and passionate about her role as a mental health practitioner and she helps clients feel understood and resolved, gaining a strong sense of individual empowerment.