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Dr. Tamara Sprigel is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist and a Certified Sex Therapist and a Diplomate in Sex Therapy with the American Association of Sex Educators, Counselors and Therapists (AASECT). She is a Certified Sex Addiction Therapist (CSAT) with the International Institute of Trauma and Addiction Professionals (IITAP). Dr. Sprigel is an experienced professional with over twenty years as a psychotherapist and sex therapist. She enjoys her work with couples and individuals on the many issues that confront people today. She deals with very personal and intimate problems in an atmosphere of acceptance and knowledge that people find comfortable and safe. In this way personal goals are more easily achieved.


Sherman Oaks,



Laurie Wiard, Ph.D. is a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist (MFC# 37032) and psychoanalyst working in private practice for the past fifteen years. After earning a Masters degree in Marriage and Family Therapy from Pepperdine University in 1992, she began working with young children, parents and families with a focus on treating severe developmental disorders. In 2010, Laurie completed a doctorate at the New Center for Psychoanalysis in Los Angeles, CA. Laurie is an AACAST certified Couples and Sex Therapist, and works with individuals and couples suffering from sexual disorders. In addition, she was a supervisor and teacher of psychology students at The Maple Counseling Center in Beverly Hills, CA, and currently supervises interns in her private practice. Laurie's practice is devoted to individuals who seek a deeper understanding of themselves: their thoughts, feelings, and behaviors. Laurie's own journey in navigating her internal world has lead her to the deepest understanding of human pain and how "rocky beginnings" can lead to suffering. Laurie has a strong spiritually-based life that affords her the opportunity to work from both a psychological stance, as well as with focus on a person’s unseen but ever-so-present human spirit.


Santa Monica,



Amy DiNoble, Ph.D. utilizes an integrative approach to therapy that promotes wellness by facilitating connections between the brain, mind and relationships. In therapy, she employs the concepts based in attachment theory and mindfulness to help people increase their feelings of security and wellness. Her studies in the area of psychology began at UCLA where she earned her Bachelors Degree in Science with studies in psychobiology and neuroscience. While in graduate school, Dr. DiNoble began studying interpersonal neurobiology with Dr. Daniel Siegel and found this specific area of study to be her passion as it so artfully intertwined her primary areas of interest, the brain, mind and relationships. In addition, Dr. DiNoble completed her post-doctoral fellowship in pscyho-educational diagnostic testing at Reiss-Davis Child Study Center. She has also completed training in couples and sex therapy through AACAST, and incorporates the concepts involved in interpersonal neurobiology in her approach to working with couples.





The focus of Dr. Bonnie Goldstein’s work is to foster and heal  relationships through the lens of attachment theory, somatic and mindful  awareness, and the dynamic interaction of group psychotherapy. She  helps clients navigate through life’s complexities by addressing  developmental issues, family systems, grief and loss counseling for  children and adults, and transitions-to-adulthood. Her work integrates  traditional psychodynamic psychotherapy with progressive  psychotherapeutic interventions such as Sensorimotor Psychotherapy,  hypnosis, mindfulness exercises and EMDR. Dr. Goldstein holds dual licenses in the state of California in  Psychology and Social Work, completed her B.A. MSW, and Ph.D. at UCLA,  her Ed.M. at Harvard University, and teaches graduate students at USC’s  School of Social Work. She is certified in Sensorimotor Psychotherapy  and is the Southern California coordinator of the Sensorimotor  Psychotherapy Institute’s Trauma, Developmental/ Attachment, and  Certification trainings.


Los Angeles,



Kimberly Clapp, LMFT is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist and a AACAST Certified Couples and Sex Therapist. She works with both individuals and couples. Kimberly is LGBTQIA + and kink affirmative. She specializes in anxiety, trauma and sexual disorders. In addition to her AACAST certification she is EMDRIA Certified in EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing) for the treatment of symptoms related to trauma. Kimberly works actively and is collaborative in helping people with relationship issues, sex disorders and dating. She incorporates mindfulness, somatic experience and specific communication techniques into her work. She is passionate about helping people feel more connected to themselves and others. She offers online therapy to residents of California, Hawaii and Oregon. CA Lic # 47049 Hawaii Lic # 734 Oregon Lic # T2350


Los Angeles,






I'm a Licensed Psychotherapist, Certified Couples & Sex Therapist, and psychedelic therapist licensed in CA, UT, and CO. I specialize in ketamine and psychedelic-assisted psychotherapy, depression, anxiety, relationship issues and issues unique to the creative field. My framework is relational, attachment-based and in-depth, characterized by warmth, compassion & collaboration. I will help you gather a deeper understanding of your thoughts and patterns, improve your self-worth, and live a life with purpose, meaning, and connection. My approach is genuine, non-judgmental & warm. I provide a safe & loving container to support individuals as they explore, grow, heal, identify & strengthen their inner wisdom, & become more of who they truly are. I welcome the opportunity to work alongside individuals of all backgrounds & identities, and I strive to tailor my approach to individuals' needs.






Nikki Nolet, a licensed psychotherapist, practices throughout the state of California and loves to help couples and individuals get their "wow" factor back into their relationships and feel emotionally connected, understood and appreciated towards a fulfilling sex life and deeper intimacy. Nikki is adamant about working with her clients and has been described as calm and kind yet directive in finding movement with her clients towards possibility. Nikki is a certified couples and sex therapist with AACAST and is pursuing her certification with AASECT. Nikki specializes in relational conflict, sexual issues, anxiety, desire discrepancy and other relational issues. Nikki has Advanced Certification as an Imago Relationship Therapist and as a Certified Accelerated Resolution Therapy and has received training in Encounter-Centered Couples Therapy, Emotionally Focused Couples Therapy (EFT), Postmodern Therapy and Critical Incident Stress Management. Nikki received her masters degree at Antioch University in Los Angeles and is currently pursuing her PhD in Clinical Sexology. Nikki is currently providing therapy online.


Del Mar,



Jodie Shea is a licensed marriage and family therapist with an online private practice, Pillow Talk Therapy. Her practice specializes in couples/relationship and sex therapy. She is also LGBTQIA+, ethical non-monogamy, and kink affirming. Some additional offerings are Internal Family Systems (IFS), discernment counseling, and pre-marital counseling. Jodie draws on her laid back nature to offer a comfortable atmosphere for clients to discuss difficult topics. She often presents to the professional community on both sex therapy and IFS. Services are provided to clients located in California and Florida.


Maggie Smith is a licensed marriage and family therapist and an AACAST Certified Couples and Sex Therapist. Maggie graduated Pepperdine with MA in clinical psychology after completing undergrad at UC Santa Cruz. Maggie supports individuals and couples in growth and healing while deepening an understanding of themselves and their experiences. She is interested in helping individuals, families and couples understand dysfunctional relational patterns perpetuating distress so they may identify and build healthy interactional styles in these central relationships. She has training in Psychodynamic Psychotherapy and experience working with an array of populations. Maggie values building a compassionate, authentic and secure alliance with patients, providing a space for them to be cared for and understood.


I am a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist (MFC 50800) and an AACAST Certified Couples and Sex Therapist. I offer a warm, honest partnership for anyone who is struggling emotionally and I work with individuals, couples, families and teens. People come in feeling alone in some way: overwhelmed, unfulfilled, blocked or convinced that everyone else in the world is different from them. Or, maybe they are grieving the break-up of a relationship, marriage, or the death of someone close. Feeling alone in your pain is often the worst part. I jump into the struggle wholeheartedly, offering myself as a partner in the process. I bring care, curiosity and a particular kind of directness that comes easily to me, especially when working with couples. I want to help you get what you came to therapy for: another perspective in the room, new insight, and the possibility of real change. As an AACAST Certified Couples and Sex Therapist, I will guide you to listen to one another in a way that you may have never thought possible.


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