Psychotherapy Services Offered
Psychotherapy Services in Glendale & Los Angeles
Located in the heart of Glendale, CA and a few miles away from Los Angeles, Ida Karayan PsyD, LMFT, Certified Bioenergetic Therapist, provides high quality, personalized psychological services for individuals, families, children, and adolescents in a professional environment.
Each patient is unique and faces different problems. Whether if you are struggling with depression, relationship problems, anxiety, addiction or other life troubling issues, an experience and dedicated psychotherapist can help you overcome any mental obstacles. Together, we will develop a personalized strategy for confronting your specific problems. Dr. Karayan will work closely with you to identify and alleviate factors that are ultimately causing all your distress and pain.
The goal is to develop a strategy, which will yield the most effective and beneficial outcome. Dr. Karayan helps her clients set specific goals and gives them the day to day skills aimed at meeting those goals.
Therapy Services Dr. Ida Karayan can help you with include
- Build Self-Confidence
- Increase Motivation
- Individual Therapy
- Reduce Stress
- Overcome Tragedy
- Child Therapy
- Build Life-Enhancing Skills
- Deal with Loss
- Couples Therapy
- Promote Social Success
- Improve Academic Performance
- Family Therapy
- Improve Self-Image
- Decrease Depression & Anxiety
- Group Therapy
- Reduce Problem Behaviors
About Dr. Ida Karayan
Dr. Ida Karayan, Psy.D, L.M.F.T., C.B.T., is a certified bio-energetic psychotherapist and she utilizes bioenergetic techniques in her practice. She educates her clients about the relationship between their mind, body, and emotions, and believes that all three need to be addressed to create permanent changes. These techniques help her clients sustain more fulfilling and less stressful lives.
Ida Karayan is the Director and Supervisor of Armenian Relief Society’s Child, Youth and Family Guidance Center, which is a non-profit mental health facility which opened its doors to serve the Armenian community in February 2001. The ARS Child, Youth, and Family Guidance Center provides a variety of mental health services to low-income, newly immigrated Armenian families in Glendale and its neighboring communities in the county of Los Angeles.
Ida Karayan’s involvement with the Armenian community extends to her relief efforts in Armenia following the 1989 Armenian earthquake. She has also worked with severely mentally ill patients at Glendale Adventist and Las Encinas hospitals, served as council member for the City of Pasadena for over four years, and is or has been an active member in numerous organizations such as CASPS (California Association for Students in Public Schools), and the Western Prelacy Educational Council and Board of Regents.