LCSW, Primary Therapist
Seth got his start working with and advocating for kids with emotional disturbances and substance use issues in the San Fernando Valley in 2010. He loved the work and asked the director of the program what’s the next step in that career and the director suggested social work. After graduating from USC’s School of Social Work, Seth worked in homelessness in LA County, finding people with serious mental illness and co-occuring disorders housing and also becoming their therapist, liaison, and advocate. He began working as a therapist in substance use and dual diagnosis programs in 2016, working with individuals to assist them in becoming the people they want to be and re-establishing trusting relationships with family and friends.