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Audrey Moreno

Associate Marriage and Family Therapist, AMFT 141738

I am an Associate Marriage and Family Therapist with a master’s degree in Clinical Psychology from Antioch University, Los Angeles.


My psychodynamic approach is rooted in depth-psychology with a focus on helping others cultivate awareness within themselves. I aim to encourage and challenge clients to meet themselves throughout their work with kindness, love, curiosity, and devotion to self and treatment. I utilize a blend of therapeutic techniques that include inner child healing and reparenting in order to integrate all the parts of self. I am committed to a life-long journey of increased compassion for self and others and invite clients to do the same. 


I currently welcome in-person and remote sessions with individuals and couples. I am also fluent in Spanish (hablo español). As a first-generation Mexican-American and proud member of the Latinx community, I welcome working with clients interested in navigating their relationship to cultural and ethnic identity. I am LGBTQIA+ affirmative and welcome all clients of diverse gender, ethnic/cultural and sexual identities.

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Gustine Fudickar

Associate Marriage and Family Therapist, AMFT 144050

I see therapy as an opportunity to practice candid and compassionate relationships with ourselves, others, and the multitude of environments we inhabit. I hold that people need to be known, rather than fixed, and by learning to affirm this view, space for growth and evolution emerges.  I work to address a range of issues including but not limited to anxiety, depression, trauma and PTSD, low self-esteem, and limited self-expression.

I earned my Master’s Degree at Antioch University Los Angeles in 2023, which is founded in a progressive education ethos and places emphasis on creating reflective and socially conscious clinicians. I draw from a background as an arts and health educator for almost 10 years in Los Angeles private schools, a study and application of Eastern Wisdom traditions for over two decades, as well as my own lifelong creative arts practice. 

I continue to study therapeutic as well as integrative and creative modalities and have recently begun a deeper dive into psychoanalytic work at the Los Angeles Institute and Society for Psychoanalytic Studies (LAISPS).  I emphasize creating safety in a therapeutic relationship as the first step towards healing through playful curiosity and meaningful connection.

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