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Pasadena Family Therapy is committed to caring for your physical health as well as your emotional health.

Therefore, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, we are now conducting all sessions via Zoom Videoconferencing for your safety.

Move Closer®

 Imago Therapy for Couples, Parents and Children


You Want to Help Your Child ...
     But How?

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When your child continues to suffer from behavioral problems like being disruptive, acting out, not listening or not following directions, you may begin to feel helpless or hopeless. You may begin to feel as if you’ve tried everything, and nothing seems to work.

There is Hope

Knowing what is behind your child’s behavior is the key to changing it. Using a variety of therapeutic techniques including Imago Therapy, we can help you understand your child, yourself, and the interactions between the two of you.

Knowledge is Power

Once we understand your relationship, we can also show you new ways to engage with your child that will help their behavior change for the better.

A Closer Connection

In addition, we can show you how to practice the Imago Therapy communication techniques with your children, so that your relationship can grow and thrive again.

Contact Us Today

For your free 25-minute consultation, please call or email us today!



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Meet Morella Hammer

Meet Morella Hammer

Morella Hammer, MA, LMFT
Certified Imago Therapist

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Wondering if Imago Therapy can improve your life and relationships?

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