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Dr. Kelly Warren Licensed Psychologist PSY27851, Beach Psychology
Erika Garza Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist LMFT136438, Beach Psychology
Dr. Helena Brown Licensed Psychologist PSY94026791
Dr. Steven Mason Licensed Psychologist PSY35093
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Dr. Kelly Warren - PsyD (Beach Psychology Founder)

Licensed Psychologist (PSY27851)

phone: 310-947-9279    email:

Dr. Warren is a licensed Psychologist and a member of the California Psychological Association. Dr. Warren has sixteen years of experience in the mental health field. She holds a Doctorate degree in Psychology and a Masters degree in Education. Dr. Warren works with children, adults, couples and families. She leads the Beach Psychology practice with her gentle care.

Everyone has within them the ability to attain personal growth by gaining insight into their unique strengths. During times of stress, this inner resilience can be called upon to guide them in discovering purpose and meaning in their lives, improving interpersonal relationships, and adapting to healthier patterns of relating to others. I take a collaborative, yet challenging approach in assisting children, adults, couples, and families on their path towards positive change. I use a solution-focused exploration of current struggles to help them break unhealthy patterns and develop coping skills and a sense of hope and strength.

I have a particular interest in working with mothers experiencing post-partum depression and providing ongoing support for parents and families. This includes working with adolescents during their self-discovery and transition into adulthood. Struggles with independence and self esteem make this a particularly difficult time for young people.

In addition, I also work assisting those with depression, anxiety, phobias, eating disorders, ADHD, LGBTQ identity issues, chemical dependency, anger management, divorce, sexuality, and relationship issues. I also provide psychological testing services.

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Erika Garza - LMFT136438

Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist

phone: 424-271-0410   email:

How can I help you accomplish your mental and emotional goals? Let's chat, let's get to the root of the issue, let's talk about why you're thinking of making this phone call. We all need someone to confide in at some point in our lives and I am here to provide a safe, holistic, and authentic environment for you to unravel whatever it is that is weighing on you. Let's release the pain, the hurt, the self-doubt, and discover your potential.

I have the privilege of providing counseling to adults, families, teens, and couples with a humanistic and solution-focused approach. I offer clients the tools to learn breathing and mindfulness techniques to further support psychotherapy and in many cases healing the “inner child.”

I look forward to chatting with you, please feel free to give me a call. I offer a 20-minute FREE phone consult to explore your interest in therapy and goals. No pressure, I'm here to serve you. Tambien ofezco consejeria en Espanol.


Dr. Helena Brown - PsyD

Licensed Psychologist (PSY94026791)

phone: 510-604-3572    email:

We have the capacity to influence and create events. My clinical work is guided by helping you resolve internal conflict that will lead to a more gratifying life through increasing interpersonal effectiveness, authenticity, and meaning. I use brief solution-focused therapeutic approaches to address anxiety, depression, trauma, and grief. I also focus on addiction recovery and on helping clients heal from their past. 


We will approach pain and emotional dysregulation as paths leading to growth and self-discovery. As you become adept at better navigating these pre-existing obstacles, you will discover a greater capacity for and skill at living a healthy and balanced life. I will work with you to emphasize self-worth, empowerment, and insight to help you understand the genesis of your symptoms and how to best begin to heal them. 


Finding the therapist best suited to you is critical. It is vital to feel supported, heard, and respected. I encourage you to meet with me to see if I can be this support for you. Therapy can be transformative, and with my approach, people are able to adapt and grow. I have witnessed moods changing, energy increasing, improved efficacy at work, and improved physical health. Let me support you as you develop new coping mechanisms and see improvements in your life as quickly as possible. 


I am a certified Brainspotting Phase 1 clinician.  Brainspotting is a brain-based therapy that accesses unprocessed trauma and that has been shown to expedite healing. 


I completed coursework for my doctorate at The Chicago School of Professional Psychology. I earned my master’s degree in Psychology at Mount Saint Mary’s University, and my bachelor’s from The American University of Paris.


Dr. Steven Mason - PsyD

Licensed Psychologist (PSY35093)

phone: 424-235-5315    email:

Dr. Mason is a licensed Psychologist and AMFT who has been practicing in the mental health field for the past seven years.  He holds a doctorate degree in Clinical Psychology from The California Institute of Integral Studies and a masters degree from Cal Poly Humboldt.  Dr. Mason works with adults, teens, adolescents and couples presenting with a wide range of concerns.

Dr. Mason focuses on taking a depth perspective on mental health and wellness emphasizing the roots and origins of distress and unhelpful patterns and unconscious dynamics that impact the way we operate and participate in our lives. Being free to pursue a passionate life in which we can engage in life, love and work in ways that express our deep innate talents and potential are the main focus of this find of work.

Dr. Mason works with people who have suffered chronic trauma from childhood challenges or who have attachment and relationship difficulties impeding their ability to participate in authentic intimate relationships.  He also emphasizes a neurodiverse perspective on wellness and works with people diagnosed or undiagnosed challenges, such as ADHD, Spectrum Disorders, mood disorders and challenges with anger and communication and substance misuse, abuse and the integration process of change.

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