Thomas Mondragon, LMFT

Thomas Mondragon, LMFT

Sometimes you just find yourself at a pivotal moment in life where emotional pain or confusion brings you to a standstill. You might be depressed, anxious, unsure of what steps to take next, or your attempts to manage on your own aren’t working now. As your therapist, I provide the individualized attention you need when you are in emotional pain, confused or feeling stuck. I skillfully create a safe warm place for you and I to work together as we get at the core of what is troubling you.

As an LGBTQ affirming therapist, your sexual orientation, gender, race and ethnicity and other aspects of your unique self will never be left outside the therapy room. By establishing a trusting therapeutic partnership with you, I skillfully work to really hear what your underlying hurt, stress or pain might be related to. This allows me to creatively assist you in finding greater insight into your own strengths and unresolved conflicts, in taking healthy steps to unblock what has felt stuck, and in discovering greater meaningfulness and personal empowerment.

With over 20 years’ experience I continue to find gratification in guiding someone like you through life’s unplanned obstacles, even the most difficult ones. As a gay man and as a person of color, I especially appreciate and acknowledge the contributive influences related to your particular cultural background, family dynamics, sexuality, gender and different identities that define who you are. I provide you with deep empathy and understanding to address your particular needs and  thereby enhance the rich experiences you can have by being in therapy — a proven way to look within and to move forward in service of your betterment and enlivened potential.

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Gender: Male, Female, Transgender

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

Theoretical Orientations: Client Centered, Cognitive, Depth Psychology, Feminist, Humanistic/Existential, Insight Oriented, Jungian, LGBT-Affirmative Psychotherapy, Object Relations, Psychodynamic

Therapy Modes: Long Term, Individual Psychotherapy, Couples Therapy

Degrees: MA, MFT

Academic Institute 1: Antioch University Los Angeles

Year Graduated 1: 1999

License Number: MFC42214

License State: California

Years in Practice: 20

Currently on Faculty: Antioch University Los Angeles

Faculty Title: Affiliate Faculty

Private Practice: Yes

Available for Emergency: Yes

Accept Interns: Yes

Insurance Accepted?: No

Fee Range: $150 - $200, sliding scale

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