Downtown L.A./Los Angeles CBT and evidence-based therapy practice of psychologists for adults, children, and teens/adolescents.
Chandler S. Chang, Ph.D., Licensed Clinical Psychologist & Founder
Using evidence-based treatments and a compassionate approach, Dr. Chang offers expertise based on almost two decades of experience, including training at prestigious research-oriented psychology programs. She completed UCLA's renowned pre-doctoral internship, held a research position at NYU Child Study Center, and earned a Ph.D. from The University of Georgia and an undergraduate degree from Princeton University. She has a passion for incorporating science into psychological practice and a mission to train other therapists in this way while providing affordable mental health services for all. (California PSY 22092)
Hilary Adams, Ph.D., Licensed Clinical Psychologist
Dr. Adams is a licensed clinical psychologist who specializes in treating children, young adults, and families using evidence-based practices. She has extensive training with individuals on the autism spectrum, and she has experience with a range of other mental concerns, such as anxiety, tics, pain management, and behavioral sleep training. Dr. Adams completed her post-doctoral training at Children's Hospital New Orleans after earning her Ph.D. at Louisiana State University and undergraduate degree at Tulane University. (Louisiana 1453, California PSY 30294)
Carissa Gustafson, Psy.D., Licensed Clinical Psychologist
Dr. Gustafson is a licensed clinical psychologist who recently completed a distinguished post-doctoral residency at the VA Los Angeles. She earned her Psy.D. at Pepperdine University after completing a Masters of Science in Psychology at Columbia University and undergraduate degree at Santa Clara University. Dr. Gustafson specializes in third-wave cognitive-behavioral therapies (CBT) such as acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT) and dialectical behavioral therapy (DBT), both of which emphasize an acceptance and mindfulness-based approach. (California PSY 30196)