Individual, Couple, and Family Psychotherapy in Calabasas, CA

Calabasas Behavioral Health's psychotherapy services include individual therapy, couples counseling, and family therapy. We have extensive experience with conflict resolution between couples and within families, treating depression, stress, anxiety and more.

CBH Has the Right Therapist for You

Calabasas Behavioral Health's psychotherapy services are focused on applying the technique that most benefits the unique individual, couple or family for whom we are helping. Our accredited and experienced psychotherapists provide compassionate treatment.

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Individual Therapy
Couples Therapy
Family Therapy
Perinatal Disorders
Individual Therapy

Individual Therapy

Our therapists help clients develop new coping techniques that often make an immediate positive impact on life quality. You have a mental health professional on your side. We help you get back to yourself and reconnect with your life.

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Couples Therapy

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Couples Therapy

Couples counseling helps relationships that have trust issues, increased arguing or poor communication. CBH is a safe place with impartial therapists dedicated to helping you both grow together. Get unstuck and become more intimate with our relationship counseling services.

Family Therapy

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Family Therapy

Our family therapy services help your family find constructive, positive ways to resolve conflicts. We help everyone feel heard, empowered and included by using better communication techniques and resolution skills.

Perinatal Disorders

Pre & Postpartum Depression Therapy

Expectant mothers and new parents will find help at CBH. Our office treats maternal mental health issues, perinatal mood disorders and male postpartum depression and anxiety.

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What Happens During Counseling?

Talk therapy options at CBH include mindfulness-based cognitive therapy, cognitive behavioral therapy and acceptance commitment therapy. Drug therapy is based on a diagnosis from a psychiatrist, followed by medication management.

Sometimes talk or drug therapy alone is sufficient, but in other cases both may be needed to affect the kind of change necessary to help you resolve a short-term or long-standing issue. For some individuals, an alternative treatment called Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (TMS) is the most beneficial route.