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Tracie Tyler, LMFT
For true healing to take place, the entire self – physical, mental, and spiritual must be considered.

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Tracie Tyler, LMFT


Licensed in



Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT), Mindfulness-based Cognitive Therapy (MBCT), Psychodynamic, Strengths-based

Therapy Style

My personal vision of health includes harmony, connectivity, and balance. For true healing to take place, the entire self – physical, mental, and spiritual must be considered. Each person has a unique path and purpose, and it is my goal to accompany my clients on their journey of discovery and to offer my support and encouragement along the way.

I believe in meeting people where they are and figuring out the path forward together.


MA - Clinical Psychology, Pepperdine University

Internship - The Maple Counseling Center, Beverly Hills

Internship - The Center For Discovery, Beverly Hills and Newport Beach

Internship - The Mind-Body Healing Center, Santa Monica

License Number and State

CA 119440



What are your interests outside of work?

Reading, watching movies, enjoying nature, fine dining, and spending time with loved ones.

What book have you read more than once?

Psychoanalytic Diagnosis by Nancy McWilliams, I discover something new each time.

Favorite organization/non-profit?

Any organization that helps animals, domesticated or otherwise.

How do you recharge?

Alone time, a cozy blanket, and a good movie.

Do you have any pets?

Not currently, but I will again soon. When I was a little girl we had a Bichon Frise and a German Shepherd. We lived in a house in front of dense woods, and one day the Bichon wandered into the woods while playing in the backyard and didn't return. After some time had passed and he still had not returned, my father dispatched the German Shepherd into the woods to find him. Within 15 minutes or so, they both emerged, the German Shepherd leading the way. I remember being so happy and amazed. I'll never forget the moment they walked out of the woods together, seemingly with a full understanding of what had just happened, and both appeared to be as happy as I was.