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 Imago Therapy for Couples, Parents and Children

About Us

About Pasadena Family Therapy

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Pasadena Family Therapy is the private practice of Clinical Director Morella Hammer, MA, LMFT (MFC#46762).

With offices in both Pasadena and Encino, Pasadena Family Therapy offers individual, premarital, couples, parenting, child and infant counseling and therapy in both a private and group setting.

The primary therapeutic orientation of the practice is Imago Relationship Therapy (IRT). However, Emotionally Focused Therapy (EFT), Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) and Mindfulness are also employed based on the needs of the particular client.

We Offer Workshops Too

Pasadena Family Therapy also offers premarital, couples, parenting and infant workshops. Workshops include:

Pasadena Family Therapy also offers a Prepare/Enrich® Certification workshop to allow facilitators – counselors, clergy, or mentors – to learn how to administer the nation’s leading premarital and couples relationship inventory.

Supervision is Also Offered

Finally, as a CAMFT Certified Supervisor, Pasadena Family Therapy also offers supervision to aspiring supervisees.

About Us

Meet Morella Hammer

Meet Morella Hammer

Morella Hammer, MA, LMFT
Certified Imago Therapist
Clinical Director

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Two Offices to Serve You

Pasadena Family Therapy is proud to provide psychotherapy and mental health services such as psychological counseling, consultation, and assessment services at two venues for your convenience:

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