Healthymynds Is. . .
Founded by Dr. Lysa Eastman, Healthymynds is focused on addressing the needs of people experiencing overwhelming feelings associated with depression, anxiety, self-destructive habits or relationship issues. This private practice strives to create a safe place that is supportive and empathetic to each individual’s needs. We believe this type of environment encourages deep exploration and fosters courage and hope to grow and change. This growth and change can open the door to an improved sense of well-being, deeper relationships, and the reduction of painful symptoms and emptiness.
Norma P. Quintero, LCSW
Registered Psychological Assistant PSB94022164
Life is difficult and may lead us to dark emotional and psychological spaces. If you are courageously seeking relief from feelings of pain or exhaustion in your current situation, welcome. I’m a bilingual and bicultural licensed clinical social worker providing counseling to support your diverse needs. The healing journey requires a relationship where you will find a listening ear that is non-authoritarian and non-judgmental. My experience includes working with depression, anxiety, relationship struggles, grief, and acculturation issues. I’ve treated persons from a variety of cultural backgrounds, traditions, and languages and I’m open to learning about yours. Furthermore, my experience has focused on children from 6-18 and adults from 19-60. If you are interested please contact me for your next appointment.
Experience and Background
I am a California native with a BA in Psychology and minor in Spanish from UC Berkeley, MSW from Cal State Long Beach, and forthcoming Ph.D. from Pacifica Graduate Institute. I have worked for twelve-plus years providing individual and group counseling to children, youth, and families struggling with an array of family stress; including relationship struggles, conduct and behavior problems, parenting issues, domestic violence, child abuse, and the unique difficulties emerging in blended families. I currently provide individual counseling and group presentations to students at Cal State Dominguez Hills focusing on depression, anxiety, and/or extended grief. My work is oriented by a combination of psychodynamic and cognitive behavior methods.
Please contact me for an initial consult at 323.333.4847
Peter Gleiberman, M.A.
Registered Psychological Assistant PSB94022367
Through my training I have learned depression, anxiety, or any feeling can be understood intellectually in daily language but experienced in unique and personal ways by each person. My goal is to earn your trust as we work collaboratively to understand the unique aspects of your experience and together we can work toward personal growth; ultimately working to achieve the goals you had in mind when initially deciding to seek therapy.
I am a registered Psychological Assistant (PSB94022367) under the supervision of Dr. Lysa Eastman (PSY 26892). I hold a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology from California State University-Channel Islands, a Master’s Degree in Clinical Psychology from Antioch University-Santa Barbara, and am working toward completion of my Doctorate Degree in Clinical Psychology from Antioch University-Santa Barbara.
My time training on inpatient units at a dedicated psychiatric hospital and at community clinics provide me invaluable treatment experiences to complement my program curriculum. Such training is the groundwork to better understanding the overall the personal needs of my clients in treatment. My experience ranges from acute crisis stabilization to long-term growth oriented therapy with children, adolescents, adults, and older adults. Most recently, I completed a one year internship at a full service community agency for older adults focused on long-term individual and group psychotherapy for clients suffering with depression, anxiety, history of abuse, and relationship issues combined with issues of the aging process.
Please contact me for an initial consult at 424.262.9445