Sessions Counseling Group

Audrey Curra, MA, AMFT #93980

Associate Marriage and Family Therapist 

Contact #: 323-905-2248

I work with adults, teens, couples, and families using a depth-oriented approach informed by trauma studies, attachment, contemplative theory and the relationship between the body and the mind. My approach is tailored to your individual needs and I work collaboratively with you to define therapeutic goals.

I specialize in assisting adults and adolescents in their quest for clarity and a sense of purpose more aligned with one’s authentic self. I utilize a psycho-spiritual approach to therapy and employ the use of dreamwork, creative material, contemplative practices such as mindfulness meditation, and body awareness in sessions to discover unconscious parts of the self and integrate them into consciousness for greater self-knowledge and internal guidance.

Additionally, I specialize in prenatal/postpartum family support. I am trained in Maternal Mental Health through Postpartum Support International (PSI) and 2020 Mom. I work with women and couples navigating the issues of infertility, loss, pregnancy, birth trauma, postpartum, and early parenting. I follow a whole family approach to these issues and help you to develop resources, make meaning out of your experience, forge a collaborative and supportive relationship with your partner, transform your identity, and nurture a loving relationship with your child or children.

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Fees: $150/individuals, $175/couples or families. I provide a sliding scale fee for those with a financial hardship. Please, contact me directly for more information and to schedule a 15 minute consultation.

I am a depth-oriented Registered Associate Marriage and Family Therapist #93098 under the supervision of Randé Dorn, MA, MFA, LMFT #111746. I believe that therapy can be a nurturing and collaborative journey toward healing. I wouldn’t be a therapist if I didn’t see the transformative changes it has made in my life and in my client’s lives. Physical and emotional symptoms associated with suffering are a signal toward action. These feelings or wounds indicate that your coping strategies may no longer be working for you and there is a call for self-transformation. The suffering may present itself as burn out, a lack of energy or emotion, unfulfilled longing, anxiety, restlessness, the inability to connect with others, conflict in relationships, or deep overwhelm by the everyday toil of life.

With compassion and complete presence, I can help you identify the roots of your wounds and untangle yourself from the negative patterns that are keeping you stuck. Whether you’re facing a life transition, a quarter/mid-life crisis, a major trauma, or living with depression or anxiety, I assist you in establishing a sense of internal safety, expanding the capacity for resilience and adaptability, and connecting with your true nature to experience increased joy and fulfillment.

A Marriage and Family Therapy Professional Corporation

​Supervised by Randé Dorn, MA, LMFT, MFA, #111746