CurtWidhalm

424-571-3557

12304 Santa Monica Blvd
Suite 327
Los Angeles, CA
90025



818-826-3557

16055 Ventura Blvd
Suite 905
Encino, CA
91436



curt.widhalm@gmail.com
LMFT #47333
 

Curt Widhalm, MA

Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist


Danielle Bolduc

Danielle Bolduc

My name is Danielle Bolduc, MA and I am a Registered Marriage and Family Therapist Intern #87441. My practice is in Encino where I work passionately with highly stressed teens and their families, especially those affected by eating disorders and co-occurring disorders. I use a variety of techniques and pull from different modalities of therapy to individualize treatment. I like to work collaboratively with my clients in exploring different perspectives and ways of thinking and bring this into awareness so clients can feel more comfortable in discovering their potential and change. Previously, I have worked in an intensive outpatient eating disorder program and as a high school counselor, helping and supporting teens with a variety of struggles including stress, anxiety, depression and family dynamics. I earned my Master’s degree in psychology with an emphasis in Marriage and Family Therapy from Phillips Graduate Institute. I am involved with the San Fernando Valley Chapter of CAMFT and am serving as the 2016 Prelicensed Representative to the Chapter’s Board of Directors.


Danielle Feinerman

Danielle Feinerman

My name is Danielle Feinerman, MA and I am a Marriage and Family Therapist Registered Intern (#93334) and Professional Clinical Counselor Registered Intern (#3027), passionate about working with children, adolescents, adults, and families in therapy. I was initially drawn to the field of psychotherapy by my curiosity in an individual's capacity for healing, growth and change through insight and empathetic connection. I view therapy as an active and collaborative process between client and therapist. I enjoy supporting my clients in accessing inherent resources and strengths, as well as developing new tools and coping skills, to help them in managing anxiety, depression, grief, and stressful life transitions. I use an integrative approach that draws from cognitive-behavioral therapy, psychodynamic and family systems theories, and mindfulness practices to meet the specific needs of each unique client. Providing a safe and compassionate environment for the therapeutic relationship is the foundation of my approach. I have received comprehensive training at the Southern California Counseling Center, including specialized training in EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing). I am also involved with the Los Angeles Chapter of the California Association of Marriage and Family Therapists, and I currently serve as the Chair of the 3000 Club for pre-licensed trainees and interns.