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Lizeth Felix, LMFT

Lizeth Felix, LMFT


Licensed in CA #110093
Insurances Accepted: Cigna/Evernorth, Aetna
Speaks spanish
My therapy style is all about creating a safe and nurturing space where you can explore your emotions.

My Therapy Style

I'm Lizeth, a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist with a passion for guiding individuals and couples through the transformative journey of personal growth and healing. With 10+ years of experience in the field, I've honed my expertise in attachment theory, and Emotionally Focused Therapy, using it as a compass to navigate the intricacies of relationships. My therapy style is all about creating a safe and nurturing space where you can explore your emotions, improve communication, promote secure and connected relationships, and establish healthy boundaries.

Education & Training

MS - Marriage and Family Therapy, CETYS University

Get to Know Me

Why did you become a mental health professional?

I chose to become a mental health professional because I've always been deeply fascinated by the complexities of human emotions and relationships. Witnessing the profound impact that therapy can have on individuals and families inspired me to pursue this path. I believe that everyone deserves support and guidance as they navigate life's challenges, and I'm grateful for the opportunity to walk alongside others on their journey of healing and growth.

What is one thing you do daily that supports your well-being?

One thing I do daily to support my mental and emotional well-being is to prioritize self-care through mindfulness and reflection. Whether it's taking a few moments to meditate, intentionally enjoying the first cup of coffee before starting my work day, or simply taking my dog for a walk in nature, these practices help me stay grounded and connected to myself amidst life's busyness. By consistently nurturing my own well-being, I'm better equipped to show up fully for my clients and loved ones with compassion and empathy.

What book have you read more than once?

One book that has profoundly impacted me and that I've read more than once is How to Do the Work by Dr. Nicole LePera. This book is a true game-changer in the realm of self-healing and personal growth. Dr. LePera's approach, rooted in psychology, neuroscience, and holistic healing, offers a compassionate and empowering guide to understanding and transforming our patterns and behaviors. What sets this book apart is its gentle yet profound way of guiding readers through the process of self-discovery and healing. It doesn't just scratch the surface, it dives deep into the root causes of our struggles and provides practical tools and exercises to facilitate real change. Each time I revisit its pages, I discover new insights and perspectives that resonate with me on a deeper level. Overall, How to Do the Work has been instrumental in supporting my self-healing path by providing me with the knowledge, tools, and encouragement needed to navigate life's challenges with grace and resilience. It's a book I continue to turn to whenever I need guidance and inspiration on my journey towards wholeness and well-being.

Do you have any pets?

Yes, I have a beloved dog named Sophie. She's a beautiful black Labrador mix, and she holds a very special place in my heart. The story behind Sophie is quite unique. You see, I never imagined myself adopting a pet, as I had certain preferences regarding breed and origin. However, one day my son suggested we visit the animal shelter just for a little outing. Little did I know, that trip would completely change my perspective. As soon as I laid eyes on Sophie, something inside me shifted. I realized the incredible love and companionship sheltered dogs can offer. In that moment, my heart melted, and I knew Sophie belonged with us. She's not just a pet; she's a cherished member of our family, reminding me every day of the joy that comes from opening your heart to love and compassion.