Dr. Tiffany Towers

License #PSY29475

 
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Clinical and Forensic Psychologist, Psy.D.

Services Provided in Beverly Hills (and Beyond) 

(424) 781-8076

 

 

Services Include:

Psychotherapy Private Practice

  • Adolescents
  • Adults
  • Individuals
  • Couples
  • Families

Speaking/Presentations

  • Understanding and Managing Anxiety
  • How to Communicate Effectively
  • Assertiveness: Reclaiming Personal Power
  • Grief & Loss
  • Codependency and Addiction
  • Coping with Chronic Illness in Relationships and Families
  • Why Self-Care is NOT Selfish
  • Avoiding Burnout
  • Didactic and Inservice Trainings

Forensic Practice

  • Expert Witness
  • Attorney Consultation

Coaching for Creatives

  • Actors, Writers, Directors, etc.
  • Character and Script Analysis
  • Breaking Down Writer's Block
  • Audition Preparation
  • Sensitivity to Rejection

 

 

A Message from Dr. Tiffany Towers...

I am honored to walk with my patients on their journey, to help them nurture hope, to recognize their strengths, and to use their newfound insights and skills to make positive steps towards their goals.

I will support the personal growth that you want to achieve without judgment and at your pace.

 

How Therapy Can Help...

Therapy can be a place to discover yourself and your place in the world around you. It can help you understand what is at the root of your thoughts and feelings and clarify what you want to change about your life.  Together, we can build upon your strengths, so that you can be fully present, authentic, honest and compassionate, and connect more meaningfully to the people around you. 

My approach helps people gain insight into what is going on inside and around them by understanding and exploring the patterns in their lives and figuring out what deep needs are being fulfilled by these patterns.  Internal and interpersonal patterns often originate from when we are very young and our first attachments (to people, places and objects) are formed.  But these patterns are not set in stone, and shedding light on them, while staying compassionate, is just the beginning to making conscious change.

Read the Blog for more...

 
 
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"An injured lion still wants to roar..."

— Randy Plausch