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Vallier Therapy for Personal Growth


Vallier Therapy Private Sessions by Appointment. Please call to schedule in advance.

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Los Angeles Office:

12011 San Vicente Boulevard, Ste. 408

Los Angeles, CA 90049


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Antelope Valley Office:

39959 Sierra Highway, Suite A130

Palmdale, CA 93550



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Recent Blog Posts

June 12, 2012 |

Addiction Relapse: Short-Term Relief & Long-Term Nightmare

Addiction, whether to drugs, alcohol, sex or pornography, is a quick way to avoid feeling painful emotions. For more, see Self-Talk’s Role in Addiction Relapse in Vitality Special Edition 8.

June 5, 2012 |

Anger Is Neither Good Nor Bad

Anger is a feeling. Feelings are never bad or good – they just are. They tell us something important about ourselves.

May 29, 2012 |

No Right Way to Handle Death

Everyone handles death differently. The experience of a loved one’s passing is a journey unique to each individual. There is no right way to handle death – Vallier Therapy

May 22, 2012 |

Verbal Abuse Can’t Be Reasoned Away

Verbal abusers don’t care about understanding their victims.

May 15, 2012 |

Counseling for the Military

It is often hard for civilians to know, or understand, all the sacrifices members of the military and their families make for our country.

May 8, 2012 |

Grief: Time by Itself Cannot Heal All Wounds

Grief is a complex process and trying not to feel the pain of a loved one’s passing does not make the hurt go away.

May 1, 2012 |

We are Born with Near-Perfect Communication Skills

Believe it or not, all of us are born with near-perfect communication skills, yet we learn to hide what we really want to say in order to protect ourselves.

April 24, 2012 |

Children Are Frequently the Overlooked Casualties of Divorce

Children of divorce are often left alone to cope with the tremendous upheaval divorce brings to their lives.

April 17, 2012 |

When People-Pleasing Becomes a Problem

It’s hard to believe that doing nice things for others isn’t always good. When People-Pleasing Becomes a Problem – Vallier Therapy

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