Tracey Cleantis, LMFT

Welcome! This is the website of Tracey Cleantis, Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist. Tracey Cleantis is a speaker, writer and a practicing psychotherapist whose specialty is helping people let go of what isn’t working and get to the other side of it where happiness waits. Tracey writes “Freudian Sip,” a column at Psychology Today, and contributes to the  Huffington Post. She has been featured on Fox News and in Redbook, Yahoo News and Tracey is presently at work on a book that will be published by Hazelden in Spring 2015, The Other Side of Impossible: How to Let Go of the Life You Planned and Find a Happy Ending.

You will find information here that will give you a good understanding of Tracey’s background, education, training and approach to psychotherapy. Also you will find links to the column, Freudian Sip, that Tracey writes for Psychology Today and for Huffington Post. There are also several resources that may be helpful to you. There are a collection of articles that Tracey has published. There are also have psychology links that might prove useful to you and as well as a reading list of favorite books that Tracey most frequently recommends to her clients.

If you have any questions about the process of therapy or any other questions or would like to discuss beginning psychotherapy or to set up an initial appointment, please call Tracey at (661)803-3061 and she will be happy to answer any questions you might have.

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