Jaime Reeves, LMFT
Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist
My purpose is to cultivate healthy change beyond symptom treatment. My goal is to create an
environment where the client can experience meaningful life change beyond the moment.
I hold a Masters in Clinical Psychology and a Certification as a Clinical Trauma Professional (CCTP). In my therapeutic approach, I integrate a wide variety of clinical techniques, using collaboration, compassion, and understanding to help guide my clients through wherever they may be in their own personal journey. Past clients have reported that they feel that I am easy to connect with and very nurturing. Before becoming a therapist, I worked in television and radio advertising. My personal experiences in the entertainment industry help inform my approach and support clients to thrive in stressful and demanding jobs. Although I am a generalist who helps clients overcome a wide array of concerns, I also specialize in
helping clients feel calmer, happier, and satisfied in life. I currently live in Los Angeles and can be found horseback riding, Muay Thai fighting and reading a good book in my free time.
My clients are often fellow clinicians, artists (actors, musicians, writers) or people experiencing life transitions. Ranging in age from 20-45. I have a large portion of my practice dealing with international clients in the struggle to acculturate. I have a specialty in supporting black women and navigating transgenerational trauma and cultural microaggressions.
Solution-Focused Brief Therapy (SFBT): is a therapeutic approach that emphasizes a client’s vision and solution instead of source of their problems. Clinicians practicing SFBT guide clients towards engaging solutions and plans for actualizing them.
Cognitive Processing Therapy (CPT): Is a modified form of CBT specific to trauma. CPT helps patients change unhealthy beliefs related to trauma and stimulates a new understanding of trauma and alleviates symptoms.
Relational Therapy: In this therapy modality, healthy relationships are seen as central to
emotional well-being. By emphasizing our relationships with ourselves and those close to us,relational theory helps build self-esteem and the power of interconnectedness.
Poor Impulse Control
Avoidance (people or places)
Body Image Issues
Gender & Identity Issues
Grief & Loss
Post-traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
Acute Stress Disorder
Generalized Anxiety Disorder (GAD)
Binge Eating Disorder
Major Depressive Disorder (Depression)
Jaime is an out-of-network provider.
Individual Psychotherapy (50 minutes): $215
Cost after Insurance Reimbursement*: $110
Extended Family/Individual Therapy (90 minutes): $250
Cost after Insurance Reimbursement*: $130
Rates & Insurance
Tuesday: 9 AM - 7 PM
Wednesday: 2 PM - 5 PM
Thursday: 2 PM - 5 PM
Saturday: 9 AM - 4 PM
Community & Identity Statement
I have been especially successful working with upwardly mobile young professionals, ages 20-45. I also treat clients with a great deal of cultural diversity, often 1st and 2nd generation Americans. I am also passionate about supporting women of color and helping them to not only celebrate themselves, but to claim their space.
Jaime works with the following age cohorts:
Young Adults (18-35)