Top Los Angeles Psychology Practice Announces Expansion Offering More Services – AsiaOne

Premier Los Angeles Psychologist announces practice expansion. Dr. Liana Georgoulis is pleased to welcome the addition of clinicians specializing in children, adolescents, and addiction treatment at Coast Psychological Services, located in Wilshire Blvd. Los Angeles.

For the past ten years, Coast Psychological Services, (CPS), a private mental health practice in Southern California, has been addressing the mental health needs and challenges of people in the greater Los Angeles area and more recently throughout California via telehealth. Given the dramatic increase of mental health concerns over the past two years, Dr. Liana Georgoulis, Founder and Clinical Director of CPS is pleased to welcome additional staff who can address these needs. In addition to seeing clients of her own, her focus has been on building a team of specialized clinicians who can treat a wide range of problems and disorders based on the mental health needs of the public.

According to Dr. Georgoulis, it’s obvious a clinician cannot specialize in every disorder and effectively treat every individual who walks through the door. Also, an outpatient private practice setting can be isolating for mental health professionals, and having a collaborative team of clinicians can really provide so much support in a challenging field. Collaboration creates an exchange of ideas, keeps clinicians accountable for their work and growth, and provides support in a demanding field.

Mental Health Issues – Not Limited By Socioeconomic Status

With anxiety and mood disorders increasing significantly since the start of the pandemic, CPS is considered a lifeline for many. Folks are struggling with anxiety, depression, addiction, relationship problems, family conflict, loneliness, poverty, severe mental health disorders, parenting issues, stress and burnout, shame, and deficiency beliefs. This pandemic has been a humbling reminder that no one is immune to the social, political, economic, and health stressors we have been dealing with. Whether young or old, wealthy or poverty-stricken, single or coupled, working too much or not at all, people of every age, race, and socioeconomic background have been facing significant issues.

Psychotherapists, psychologists, social workers, and psychiatrists alike, are more in demand than ever and for the first time in history, teletherapy has now become a viable option for many mental health consumers in need of quality mental health services. Over the past almost two …….


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