Gregory Cason, Ph.D.

Gregory Cason, Ph.D.

Dr. Cason utilizes an interactive style along with evidence-based cognitive behavioral therapies to help you relieve suffering, achieve your goals, and set a course for a happier and more satisfying life.  

Services Provided:  Individual Cogntive-Behavioral Therapy. Couples Counseling. Career Testing & Counseling. Consultation for professionals.  

Other: Clinical Instructor for UCLA in the Anxiety and Depression Clinic for Psychiatric Residents learning Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy.

Experience: Psychologist in licensed practice since 1998 (LIcense #PSY15781).

May seen in the following documentaries: "The Butch Factor," "The Adonis Factor," and "The Gift."  Additional short videos on You Tube.

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Additional Business Address: 566 S. San Vicente Blvd. #201
Los Angeles, CA 90048

Additional Locations: Beverly Hills, Mid-Wilshire

Gender: Male

Populations Served: Gay Men, Lesbians, Bisexuals, Non-Gay Men, Non-Gay Women, Transgender, Gender Non-Conforming, Adults, Seniors

Theoretical Orientations: Behavioral, Cognitive, LGBT-Affirmative Psychotherapy

Therapy Modes: Brief, Long Term, Individual Psychotherapy, Couples Therapy, Family, Workshops

Degrees: MA, PhD

Academic Institute 1: California State University, Northridge

Year Graduated 1: 1991

Academic Institute 2: University of Houston

Year Graduated 2: 1996

License Number: PSY15781

License State: CA

Years in Practice: 15

Currently on Faculty: UCLA

Faculty Title: Clinical Instructor

Private Practice: Yes

Available for Emergency: No

Accept Interns: No

Insurance Accepted?: No

Fee Range: $200 - $250

HMO's / PPO's Accepted: I do not bill insurance. Rather, you pay me the full fee and I will give you a statement you can submit for reimbursement. My services are reimbursable by most "traditional" indemnity-type plans (such as "fee-for-service" and "point-of-service" plans), but I have chosen not to be a member of any HMO or PPO provider panels. If you have an HMO or PPO plan and wish to see me and bill your insurance, it is best to check with your insurance company as soon as possible to see if they have an "out-of-network" benefit for mental health.

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