Dr. Seth Bricklin has been in the mental health field since 1996. He is a licensed clinical psychologist with expertise and training in the treatment of a multitude of mental health issues including anxiety, depression, developmental delays, and substance abuse. From 2005 to 2016, Dr. Bricklin was the Director of Mental Health at a non-public school serving developmentally delayed and emotionally disturbed students residing throughout L.A. County. Dr. Bricklin enjoys supervising and training new therapists, which he has done throughout his career. He has taught undergraduate psychology and lectured on a variety of topics including the treatment of substance abuse in adolescents, motivational interviewing, basic counseling skills, supervision, ethics, the integration of services to developmentally delayed and mentally ill clients, and personality assessment. He is trained in several evidence-based practices including Aggression Replacement Training, Seeking Safety, Trauma Focused CBT, and Crisis Oriented Recovery Services.
Dr. Stacey Bricklin has been in the mental health since 1996. She is a licensed clinical psychologist with expertise and training in the treatment of anxiety, depression, eating disorders, couples and family issues. Dr. Bricklin has worked in inpatient and partial hospital treatment facilities, acting as both a therapist and clinical supervisor, and providing clinical staff with training on depression, eating disorders and substance abuse. Since 2007, she has worked in an outpatient private practice, providing individual, couples and family therapy to teens and adults. She utilizes a client-centered, goal-oriented approach that includes aspects of psychodynamic therapy, cognitive-behavioral therapy and positive psychology.
Niki Goldberg has been in the mental health field since 2012. She is a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist with expertise and specialization working with children and families experiencing issues of anxiety, depression, grief, and developmental disorders including Autism. Prior to BPS, Niki had extensive experience conducting therapy with children ages 5 to adult in both school and office settings. She employs a collaborative approach to therapy, engaging both client and family with her treatment methods, while also incorporating aspects of cognitive-behavioral therapy.
Luanne Hernandez-Storr has been in the mental health field since 2009. She is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist with expertise in working with couples using the Gottman Method. She is also currently a supervisor for Marriage and Family Therapy Interns at her private practice location in Claremont. Prior to contracting with BPS through her private practice, Luanne conducted therapy with children and families, some connected with the foster care system, addressing issues of adoption, blending families, trauma, developmental delays, and mental health with both parents and children. Luanne currently uses an empathic systems perspective when conceptualizing couples and families. In session, she utilizes humor, mind-body techniques, and tailors her techniques and demeanor to her clients in a manner that respects their culture, development, and personality.