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Lanie Goueth, MA

 

 

 

 

 

 

Legal Name: Shalanie Gisele Goueth

Associate Professional Clinical Counselor #11495

Supervised by Maxine Hughes, LMFT #93757

I’m a big believer that therapy is for everyone. More than ever, with all the traumas of the last couple of years, folks of all races, cultures, and ages are in need of a healthy, safe, and judgment-free space to process and heal. I’ve spent the last decade providing counseling services and I have a passion for diversity, equity, and advocacy for those who face systemic barriers to mental health. 

 

My therapeutic relationships are grounded in unconditional support and positive regard. In a world full of adversity and disenfranchisement, it is invaluable to see ourselves as resilient and capable. I help you navigate through stress, anxiety, depression, PTSD, low self-esteem, communication, and conflict by highlighting your own strengths, and building solutions to your barriers. We all have agency over our potential and I uplift that in real ways and with real resources. 

 

I work with women trying to thrive, trying to connect, trying to parent, trying to couple. I also work with couples and families, and I hold a special affection for youth and emerging adults. I also support LGBTQIA2-S from a place of the cultural obligation to an anti-oppressive framework. If you are currently struggling to manage all of what life brings, I can support the birth of your best solutions, the management of your feelings, and the development of your confidence. 

  

Lanie holds a Master’s Degree in Clinical Psychology and is an Associate Professional Clinical Counselor with the California Board of Behavioral Sciences. The services provided by Lanie 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.