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Psychologist and Therapist in Burbank, California,
Traci Time, PsyD

Provider Type: Psychologist

Provider Gender: Female

Serving: 11-65+

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Traci Time, PsyD

 I am open and welcoming to being able to work with people who come to me from anywhere along the span of life – childhood, adolescence, adulthood, and older age – and my practice also includes working with individuals, couples, and families from broadly varying ethnic and socioeconomic backgrounds.

It has been a privilege for me to have worked across my career with diverse individuals, couples, and families, and I have served clients in a multitude of settings. I treat those struggling with a wide range of problems, such as coping with adverse past and present circumstances, trauma, managing transitions, grief and loss, existential conflicts, medical conditions, aging, women’s issues, work-based challenges, and just feeling overwhelmed by day-to day demands. I have extensive experience working with clients whose careers involve personal creativity. I assist persons struggling to manage relationships, LGBTQ-based difficulties, and post-military adjustment. Additionally, many of those I treat have problems with mood dysregulation, anxiety, parenting challenges, child and adult ADHD, intergenerational and cultural conflicts, academic problems, and issues surrounding separation and divorce.

As a clinical psychologist, I work collaboratively with clients to best determine how therapy can be most effective for them and in assessing continued progress together. I individually tailor the therapeutic work using an integrative framework, drawing upon cognitive behavioral approaches and insight-oriented therapies, and when indicated, using mindfulness-based, humanistic, family systems, or multicultural approaches. In short, I use what works best for each client based on individual needs. During the pandemic, all visits are via telehealth for both adults and minors ages 12-17. And because parenting is an integral part of the therapeutic process with children, a parent or other primary caregiver should be available for all sessions when I am working with the minor. Family therapy via telehealth is limited to a maximum of 3 people.

Treatment Areas

  • ADHD
  • Aging/Geriatric issues
  • Anxiety
  • Depression
  • Divorce/Separation
  • Existential Concerns
  • Grief/Loss
  • LGBTQ+
  • Medical Conditions/Health Psychology
  • Midlife Transitions
  • Military/Veterans

Insurances Accepted

  • Aetna
  • Anthem
  • Cigna
  • Compsych
  • Magellan
  • MHN
  • Optum
  • Self-Pay

Languages

  • English

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