Support Services for Trauma Survivors

Kathryn Chaya Lubow, MFT

Kathryn Chaya Lubow, MFT is an integrative psychotherapist that utilizes mindfulness and compassion based approaches woven together with somatic psychotherapy and EMDR. She offers practical tools to help you achieve a greater sense of vitality, calm and well being and to find relief from the patterns that have kept you stuck.

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Lisa Gallegos, LCSW

Lisa Gallegos, LCSW works with adults, adolescents, and children, specializing in working with people who have experienced traumas (emotional, physical, sexual abuse, grief, loss); couples locked in conflict; parents in conflict with their children; people experiencing life transitions; people with addiction; and around issues related to race, class, gender, and sexual orientation.

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Paula Miley

Paula Miley is a Registered Associate Marriage and Family Therapist working out of Pasadena and Encino and believes in cutting through the clutter and getting to what’s real.  Paula Miley’s approach is one of authenticity, which means working with candor and compassion in every session.
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Sayun Scotton, MA, LMFT

As a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist (MFC 48357) in Pasadena and Certified EMDR therapist, Sayun Scotton specializes in holistic psychotherapy for individuals and couples. Prior to working in private practice, Sayun Scotton provided therapy to adults, families and at-risk youth in agencies, public schools, women’s shelters, and community-based settings.

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Yetunde Price Resource Center

The Yetunde Price Resource Center (YPRC) collaborates with partner organizations to offer trauma-informed programs that promote individual and community-wide healing and resiliency. YPRC works to ensure that victims of direct or indirect senseless violence have complete access to existing resources and that where there is a dearth in services, new resources are created.
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