Edward Shahrokh is a LAADC and Licensed Clinical Psychologist. He holds a masters degree in psychology from Pepperdine as well as a doctoral degree in clinical psychology from Antioch University Santa Barbara. Additionally, he completed his bachelors in philosophy from UCLA.
Edward has predominantly worked with individuals with substance use and mental health disorders in various levels of care ranging from intensive outpatient, partial hospitalization programs, residential and detoxification settings. He has developed a specialization of working with teens and families in residential treatment. He brings his experience with cognitive behavioral therapy, motivational interviewing and psychodynamic approaches to individual, group and family sessions. Edward is also trained in the trauma-focused modality of Brainspotting as well as EMDR.