Get to know who you are!
“Know thyself" - Socrates
I am a licensed Psychologist (PSY 27580) in Santa Monica, California, here to guide you through life’s most complex and difficult matters.
After many years of work in Psychology, I have reached a point where I see patterns and common psychological issues. I finally honed the practice in such a way that I find works beautifully for most people. I focus on Buddhist Psychology theory, mixed with evidence-based practice of Cognitive-Behavioral methods, which combine to provide you with a more conscious, focused, healthier mindset. You will learn who you are, how your brain is wired and find "The Middle Way." I also provide Custom Guided Meditations. After meeting with me in person or online for a consultation, I decide what your specific needs are and make a meditation that is tailored for you. These meditations provide exclusive content for you specifically, crafted with care, into an audio that you can listen to anytime. There are also general meditations for different situations or times of the day. I also incorporate brain frequencies and binaural beats into the meditations to enhance the experience.
Since 2011, I have provided specialized therapeutic services to those dealing with challenging life experiences, anxiety, eating disorders, depression, and obsessive thought patterns. In addition, I like to address health, fitness and life coaching, if the need arises. I tailor the sessions to meet the needs of the individual using an eclectic, holistic style. The patients well-being is my number one priority. I care deeply and I go above and beyond to help them through all their obstacles.
Terri Faith, PhD
What is Guided Imagery?
Guided Imagery is a gentle way to deeply relax and safely access your subconscious mind. Our brains register brain wave activity in Alpha, Beta, Theta, Delta and Gamma. Theta is a state of half wake/half sleep and is simply accessed through deep relaxation. The meditations also use binaural beats which help to balance the lobes of the right and left brain.