Brenda Langdon, MA
Legal name: Brenda Jean Langdon
Associate Marriage and Family Therapist #97830
Supervised by Yisraela Hayman, LMFT #53250
As a mindfulness therapist, I help clients find solutions to ‘life’ struggles and stressors by exploring a change in narrative – we will ‘re-write your story’ through reflections that help you see different perspectives. My style is to support issues in a positive manner by providing a genuine and empathic space for you to be open and honest about your issues. Together, we find solutions to improve your quality of life, mental health, and increase your overall wellbeing.
Therapy provides insight, positive coping skills and somatic awareness about the intersection of emotions and experience which leads to better confidence personally and in interactions with loved ones. I work with families, couples, and individuals to grow skills at nurturing positive mindsets, empathic communication skills, effective resolutions to problems, and choice-making that empowers and builds inner strength. When we make better choices and watch ourselves cope with issues our best self will arrive.
I am a mental health professional because it was a calling. I also trust in humanity and believe that supporting each other is a valuable gift. I believe anyone brave enough to ask for help can accomplish their goals and I enjoy working with all humans, providing a warm open space with no judgment. I chose to work at growURpotential because I believe in the same goals and mission, making it possible for all who seek help to receive it.
Brenda holds a Master's Degree in Clinical Psychology and is a Registered Associate Marriage & Family Therapist with the California Board of Behavioral Sciences. The services provided by Brenda are supervised by Our Clinical Team.
We are a nonprofit community counseling agency, committed to expanding access to supportive services. With compassion, collaboration, and respect we provide affordable mental health care including programs that strengthen adults, youth, families, and communities.
We believe mental health care is a right, not a privilege. By providing affordable mental health services and effective community programs we increase access and utilization of supportive services that contribute to improved adult, youth, and family functioning. We are certain this will lead to fortified communities in Los Angeles.
We are sincerely grateful to Our Board Members for their support and invaluable guidance.