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The Antioch University Counseling Center is a community counseling center operated by Antioch University Los Angeles, a nonprofit educational institution fully accredited by the Higher Learning Commission (HLC). The Center is staffed by licensed Marriage and Family (MFT) therapists and clinical psychologists, as well as MFT trainees and interns. We provide specialized counseling services to the West Los Angeles, Venice, Marina del Rey, Culver City, and beach communities.
The Antioch University Counseling Center provides psychotherapy services to individuals, couples, families, and groups, serving adults, adolescents and children. We also run the Antioch University International Counseling Center, located in West Los Angeles, to address the needs of the international community of greater Los Angeles. And we are proud to announce the opening of the Ways of Being Community Counseling Center within AULA’s Counseling Center, serving the lesbian, gay, queer, bisexual, same-sex loving, transgender, transsexual, and fluid community. Ways of Being was created to better address the needs of this population within the Westside and beach communities by offering counseling for issues such as coming out, identity formation, relationship skills, personal growth, domestic violence, sexual compulsivity, substance abuse, and aging.
The Antioch University Counseling Center serves as a training site for students and graduates of Antioch University’s Master of Arts in Clinical Psychology program, as well as students and graduates of other institutions’ psychotherapy training programs. Psychotherapy services are offered to the public on a sliding scale, with no limitations on the number of therapy sessions.
If you have questions or would like more information about the Antioch University Counseling Center, please contact Associate Director Jill Howe-Vercos, MA, MFT at (310) 574-2813 ext. 409.
The Antioch University Counseling Center provides supportive and empowering psychological services that are individualized to meet the needs of children, adolescents, and adults, including couples and families. These high-quality services are affordable and accessible, sensitive to multicultural differences and to gay and lesbian issues.