Sherry Alamdari, M.A., MFT specializes in working with adolescents and young adults as well as their parents and families. Her integrative treatment focuses on helping clients to find their strengths so that they may be able to develop the agency to make positive choices in their lives, and draws from her knowledge of attachment theory, narrative work, family systems, as well as somatic and mindfulness practices.
Sherry's experience facilitating Positive Parenting groups at the David H. Fox Counseling Center and her own experience as the mother of two adult children has served as the foundation for her series of trainings and groups at Lifespan Center which collaboratively help parents foster better relationships within their families.
Through the lens of Sensorimotor Psychotherapy she offers somatic awareness and movement interventions with her individual and group clients. Following her undergraduate studies at Loyola Marymount University, she completed a Dual Degree in Psychology with an Emphasis on Marriage and Family Therapy Work and School Counseling at Phillips Graduate Institute, and continues to work with middle school and high school students in the Glendale Unified School District.