Bree Herzog

AMFT#125501

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Headshot of Bree Herzog

Bree Herzog

AMFT#125501

Hi!  My name is Bree and my pronouns are she/her/hers.  I am heart-centered, passionate, and spiritual. I operate from a place of curiosity and collaboration, am LGBTQ2+ affirming, culturally respectful, and anti-racist.  I am here to help you explore possibility, connect your own dots, and find your own meaning.  My therapeutic approach borrows from Narrative Therapy and
Postmodern ideas, while also incorporating somatic work, mindfulness, and grounding techniques.

I earned my Master of Arts in Clinical Psychology from Antioch University, Los Angeles, and graduated Magna Cum Laude with my Bachelor of Arts from University of Southern California’s School of Cinematic Arts.

I love travel, animals, language, culture, self-expression, compassionate self-talk, gardening, learning, and communication.  I have been practicing yoga for 20+ years, and am a certified yoga teacher.

The “fit” between you and your therapist is super important.  I offer 20-minute free consultations, so you can do a “vibe check” with me and see if it seems like you might want to work together.
Psychotherapy is both my third career and my calling.  It is truly an honor to be invited in to help folx on their journeys.

Want to learn more about Bree? You can check out her site HERE

What Can Bree Help With?

I see individuals and couples in both English and Spanish, and I have experience working with those navigating various stages of substance use and behavioral addictions, eating problems, self-harming behaviors, trauma, developmental and complex trauma, sexual trauma, and grief.
Populations I have worked with include LGBTQ2+ individuals, adolescents, immigrants and asylum-seekers, and survivors of intimate partner violence. I am also comfortable with offering support to those working 12-Step recovery programs.

LGBTQ2+ Affirming

Eating Problems

Behavioral & Substance Addictions

Trauma

Emotional Regulation

Spirituality & Meaning

What Can Bree Help With?

I see individuals and couples in both English and Spanish, and I have experience working with those navigating various stages of substance use and behavioral addictions, eating problems, self-harming behaviors, trauma, developmental and complex trauma, sexual trauma, and grief.
Populations I have worked with include LGBTQ2+ individuals, adolescents, immigrants and asylum-seekers, and survivors of intimate partner violence. I am also comfortable with offering support to those working 12-Step recovery programs.

LGBTQ2+ Affirming

Eating Problems

Behavioral & Substance Addictions

Trauma

Emotional Regulation

Spirituality & Meaning

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