Margaret Imhoff, M.A., A.M.F.T.
Margaret Imhoff registered Associate Marriage and Family Therapist earned her Bachelor's Degree in Communication from the University of Southern California and received her Master's Degree in Applied Clinical Psychology from Antioch University, Los Angeles. She is currently completing her advanced training under the supervision of the Clinical Director at Coast Psychological Services.
While undergoing her training over the past four years as an associate, Margaret Imhoff has developed specialty interests in treating stress and anxiety issues in adults, adolescents and children. Whether someone is experiencing distress due to anxious thoughts and worries, emotional pain, or life changes, she can help. As a parent herself, she very much appreciates providing specialized support in the areas of stress, parenting, perfectionism, and other post-partum difficulties such as depression. During her school-based traineeship, her emphasis was on treating children and she received focused training in navigating social media addiction, bullying, divorce, and academic difficulties.
In her sessions, Margaret uses evidence-based treatment methods that have been shown by research to be most effective for specific concerns. She views therapy as a process of growth and self-discovery and enjoys collaborating with her clients in living conscious and meaningful lives. In her free time Margaret has co-hosted on KABC Radio Show, “On the Couch” and currently volunteers her time with Mindful Youth Collaborative, a mindfulness-based education organization.