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Raymond Nourmand, Ph.D.
Los Angeles Psychologist

Experience

Ph.D., Clinical Pyschology
California School of Professional Psychology, Los Angeles


M.A., Clinical Psychology
California School of Professional Psychology, Los Angeles


B.A., Psychology
University of California, Los Angeles


Therapist, Beautiful Minds Center For Autism
Performed behavioral therapy with children with autism and related developmental disorders at their homes, and involved their families to promote greater outcomes.


Therapist, Childrenā€™s Hospital Los Angeles
Performed individual, family, and group therapy with children, teenagers, and young adults at a hospital struggling with anxiety, depression, low self-esteem, learning differences, loss and grief, trauma, anger, and relationship problems.


Therapist, Children, Youth, and Family Services Consortium
Performed individual therapy with teenagers at a high school struggling with anxiety, depression, low self-esteem, learning differences, anger, suicidality and relationships problems.


Therapist, Chabad Residential Treatment Center
Performed individual, couple, family and group therapy with adults at an inpatient treatment center struggling with alcohol, drug, and gambling addictions, anxiety, depression, low self-esteem, loss and grief, trauma, anger, suicidality and relationship problems.


Therapist, Seasons in Malibu: World Class Addiction Treatment Center
Performed individual, couple, family and group therapy with adults at an inpatient treatment center struggling with alcohol, drug, and gambling addictions, anxiety, depression, low self-esteem, loss and grief, trauma, anger, suicidality, and relationship problems.


Therapist, Private Practice
Perform individual, couple, and family therapy for children, teenagers, and adults in private office, at homes, and via technology, struggling with anxiety, depression, low self-esteem, learning differences, loss and grief, trauma, anger, suicidality, addictions, and relationship problems.


Lecturer, American Jewish University
Teach college students about the causes and treatments for various mental health issues, including anxiety, depression, addictions, trauma, suicidality, and relationship problems.