Counseling for Depression
MANDI DUNCAN, CMHC Trainee
Find confidence in your ability to change
I help people with depression find new habits that provide hope.
You want to change but you can’t quite find a solution that will stick. You are tired of feeling defeated and hopeless by habitual ways of thinking and acting that bring despair. You are ready to gain back control and feel like yourself again; mentally and physically.
Let’s unpack your concerns so we can find new skillsets and pre-existing strengths that can lead to change. After embarking on this journey together, you’ll walk away hopeful and refreshed with powerful tools to start a new normal. I am wholeheartedly committed to your goals. I believe in your desire and ability to change.
Your story does not end here; there is more to be written.
Mandi Duncan, CMHC Trainee
Supervised by Jeff Creely, PsyD PSY29764
What kinds of problems do you help with?
I work with adults and adolescents to help them overcome anxiety, depression, and relationship issues. I also work with clients that find themselves in big life transitions such as transitioning into college, adulthood, a new career, marriage and parenting. Grief/loss, addiction, self-esteem, and stress are also a few items I work through with clients.
How much do sessions cost?
My fee is $80/session. I occasionally can accommodate sliding scale appointments. I offer super bills for out-of-network insurance reimbursement. Call our care coordinator with any questions about fee.
What do you like about being a therapist?
I am honored that individuals would invite me to navigate life alongside them. I appreciate human connectedness in the form of professional counseling as this allows a space where deep rooted change can happen through collaboration. Seeing hope restored in an individual’s eyes is why I do what I do. No one should feel alone in their journey to healing and being a copilot with you is the delight I look forward to each day. My success is your success.
Located in Downtown Los Angeles
I practice at 520 S. Grand Ave, in suite 671. Parking can be found in Pershing Square or the Los Angeles Public Library.