December 1, 2011 | 1:17 pm
Golie Zarabi (M.A. IMF 66079)
Golie Zarabi is a Marriage & Family Therapist Intern. Golie practices psychotherapy in both English and Farsi. She received her Bachelor’s degree from University of California Los Angeles (UCLA), and her Master’s degree in Psychology with an Emphasis in Marriage & Family Therapy from Pepperdine University’s Graduate School of Education and Psychology.
Golie works with children, adults and couples. She addresses a variety of concerns such as: mood disorders, anxiety disorders (panic attacks, social phobia, etc.), relationship issues, and certain addictions.
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Natalie Landver (MA. IMF 65815)
Natalie Landver received her Bachelor’s Degree from Indiana University (IU), and her Master’s degree in Marriage and Family Therapy from Antioch University in Los Angeles. She is excited to be part of an inspiring environment working under the supervision of Monica Farassat. Psy.D. In addition to starting employment with Dr. Farassat, she has been working and training at the Relational Center, a non-profit wellness community focused on enhancing human connections through skills for engagement for over 2 years. Natalie enjoys working with adults and specializes in adolescents. Her main areas of interest are anxiety, depression, relationship issues, pre and post marital relationship concerns, and survivors of domestic violence, eating disorders, and grief. Natalie is inspired by a genuine desire to leverage her life experiences, education, instinct, and passion to serve the mental health needs of individuals (adults and adolescents), couples, families, and groups in the greater community.
Supervised by Jami Winkel
Jami Winkel, LMFT, oversees The Relational Center's Community Counseling Center. She is also the former Director of Care Services at Common Ground - The Westside HIV Community Center in Santa Monica, California, where she oversaw mental health, treatment, and case management services to multiply diagnosed, actively substance using, high-risk communities infected and/or affected by HIV/AIDS. Jami relies upon relational theory as a support for integrating the harm reduction approach into mental health care. She is particularly interested in using this model to promote greater levels of participation in decision-making and expanded community supports for her vulnerable clients. Jami completed four years of training with the Pacific Gestalt Institute. Jami also maintains a private practice in West Los Angeles.
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