Dr. Bradley specializes in psychotherapy and hypnosis, and she treats older adolescents, adults of all ages and couples.
Drawing on her extensive clinical background and life philosophy, Dr. Bradley takes a humanistic/holistic approach, wherein she integrates psychodynamic and cognitive-behavioral elements to help clients learn healthy coping skills, strengthen emotional resilience,
improve relationships, and resolve problems to live a healthier, happier, and more fulfilling life. "I believe that, at the unconscious level, each of us has a deep understanding of what our unique purpose is (i.e. a true sense of Self). However, through conditioning, life circumstances, cultural/societal expectations, and many other variables, there has grown a great disconnect between the way we are and who we truly want to be. As a facilitator, I will help you navigate through the process of self-discovery, self-understanding and self-acceptance, so that you can once again experience the ultimate state of well-being."
Dr. Bradley has developed a particular strength in helping clients in crisis situations. In addition to psychotherapy, she has found the use of hypnosis to be especially beneficial to help reduce stress and anxiety, improve pain management, reinforce sobriety, enhance performance, and facilitate the grieving process. She has found relaxation and visualization techniques to be quite helpful in improving psycho-social/emotional functioning following a crisis experience.
Problems Treated and Topics Addressed in Therapy:
- Adjustment Problems
- Depression/Mood Problems
- Relationship/Couple Issues
- Anger Management
- Life Transitions
- Trauma Recovery
- Lesbian/Gay/Bisexual Issues
- Gender Identity Issues
- Pain Management/Healing
- Mind-Body Health
- Self-Esteem/Personal Growth
Dr. Bradley’s continued education and training are as varied as her passions are in the field. At Aids Project Los Angeles, she has worked with HIV/AIDS individuals and couples and co-facilitated a group of HIV women. At Child and Family Centers in Glendale and Santa Clarita, and at Casa Pacifica in Camarillo, Dr. Bradley has worked with children/adolescents and their families dealing with such crises as death and loss, trauma, divorce, illness, and substance abuse, to name a few. Most recently, Dr. Bradley has been involved with the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation, providing mental health services to inmates.
Additionally, Dr. Bradley endeavors to promote a safe and affirming environment for LGBT youth and adults, and those questioning their sexuality or gender identity. To this end, she is a Straight for Equality member and a registered ally provider in the Gay and Lesbian Medical Association healthcare provider database. Dr. Bradley is committed to personal and professional growth and development, and she continues her education to keep current on the latest evidenced-based treatments in order to enhance her clients' therapeutic experience.
- Member - American Psychological Association
- Member - California Psychological Association
- Member - Hypnotherapists Union Local 472
- Member - American Hypnosis Association
Feel free to call the office at 323-345-1402 to have your questions answered regarding my therapeutic approach and to decide whether your needs will be best served in this office. All appointments are confidential