• About Me

    Adrienne Loth, LMFT is a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist with a certification in Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy. Adrienne earned her Masters degree in Clinical Psychology from Antioch University and offers a rich and varied background attained through her pre-med studies at the University of California Los Angeles (UCLA), the University of Washington and the University of Minnesota.

    Adrienne specializes in providing one-on-one treatment for clients suffering from trauma, anxiety, stress, depression, addiction, and co-occurring disorders. She previously served as the Clinical and Program Director for Resolutions Therapeutic Services, Outpatient Program.

    Adrienne also has had significant exposure to the demanding environment of the entertainment industry and can be relied upon to offer specialized therapy for child, adolescent and adult entertainers as they struggle to find balance between life challenges and career obligations.

  • Overview
    Degree: MA
    Currently Accepting Clients: Yes
    Specialties:
    • Addiction
    • Anxiety
    • Depression
    • Stress
    • Trauma
    Approaches to Therapy:
    • CBT (Cognitive Behavioral Therapy)
    • DBT (Dialectical Behavioral Therapy)
    • Trauma-Focused
    Services Offered: Individual Therapy
    Languages: English
    Teletherapy Available: No
  • License & Certification
    Category: Therapists
    State Licensing Board: CA
    License #: 102240
    License Type: Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist - LMFT
  • Experience
    Extended Biography :

    The way one finds their path is often unexpected. For me, a head injury from a surfing accident, which left me unable to speak for two+ years, is how I discovered the true value of listening. Though I had been in the process of becoming a medical doctor, this difficult experience instilled in me a passion for helping others lead more enriched lives, and I redirected my career to psychotherapy, where I am now able to help others turn their adversity and perceived limitations into social, emotional, and professional success.

    As a practicing Buddhist, I’ll work closely with my clients on mindfulness. I’m also DBT (dialectical behavior therapy) skills trained and I apply these principles to help my clients transform their negative thought patterns into positive outcomes. I’ve spent 20 years in the recovery community, so I’m versed in recovery from a variety of addictive behaviors, and I can seamlessly collaborate with 12-step work as well as help clients find forms of support that either compliment or substitute for traditional recovery. I also offer intensive clinical case management, for both individuals and families.

    Role In Relation to Clients/Patients:

    I’m far more action-oriented than traditional “How does that make you feel?”-type therapy. I’m open, direct, and proactive, and I put emotional and personal struggles in perspective, helping you find the practical implications of your needs and realistic interventions that you can begin immediately. By using all the tools at my disposal, I model how you can do the same, to feel good and live well.

    Gender: Woman
    Race & Ethnicity: Caucasian
  • My Office
    ADA Accessible: Yes
    Near Public Transportation?: Yes
    Closest Bus/Train Stop:

    Wilshire WB & 24th NS

  • Payment
    Currently Accepting Health Insurance?: Not Accepted
    Low Cost Options: Sliding Scale
  • Crisis Therapy Project
    Pro Bono Sessions Available for: Shootings or Attacks
    Description of Pro Bono Service Services:

    I have one spot available in my schedule for an individual who was affected by the attack at the Borderline Bar and Grill in Thousand Oaks, CA.