Dr. Raymond Nourmand, Ph.D.


Licensed Psychologist
310. 963. 4007
Raymond Nourmand,

Licensed: Yes

License: California #PSY 26470

Expiration: Feb 2018

Institution: California School of Professional Psychology

Graduated: 2013

Dr. Raymond Nourmand is a Licensed Clinical Psychologist and Psychology Lecturer at American Jewish University, specializing in treating children, teenagers, and adults with a wide range of mental health issues.

Dr. Nourmand understands mental health concerns can be complicated phenomena that sometimes leave people in painful, unbearable, and heart-wrenching positions, both for those suffering firsthand as well as their loved ones. He believes people with mental health concerns are very kind, caring, and sensitive. While some of their thoughts, feelings, and behaviors might seem puzzling, confusing, and irrational the truth is they are not "being" this way because they are bad people, but because they are in pain and are having difficulty dealing with their discomfort. His extensive experience performing professional psychotherapy, and teaching psychology at the university-level gives him exceptional insight into what needs to happen to address mental health issues effectively.

He works with clients and their loved ones in a highly concentrated manner – where he focuses on identifying the root causes of their struggles, giving them clarity and insight, and empowering them to take the steps to live their best lives. He utilizes a gentle and direct approach in an emotionally sensitive and safe environment to support clients in their pursuit of happy, fulfilling lives.

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Areas of Specialty

Addiction

Alcohol Abuse

Drug Abuse

Gambling

Substance Abuse

Treatment Methods

Addictions Counseling

Counseling/Psychotherapy

Family Therapy

Relationship Counseling

Articles Raymond has Published
Gambling Addiction: It’s Not About The Money
Gambling Addiction: It’s Not About The Money

The National Council of Problem Gambling recently reported that approximately 6 million adults and half a million teenagers in America engage in problematic gambling, or have what one may call gambling »

The National Council of Problem Gambling recently reported that approximately 6 million adults and half a million teenagers in America engage in problematic gambling, or have what one may call gambling addiction. Gambling addiction refers to a pattern of making risky monetary bets in a way that impairs a person's social, psychological, emotional, physical, or financial functioning. The rate of occurrence..

Dr. Raymond Nourmand, · June 27th, 2017

Dr. Raymond Nourmand, · June 27th, 2017

True Love: Do You Have What It Takes
True Love: Do You Have What It Takes To Get There?

"Love" is a term that gets used very casually in our day-to-day lives. It's utilized to convey a strong liking towards something and an explicit desire to associate with it. For instance, we say, "I love »

"Love" is a term that gets used very casually in our day-to-day lives. It's utilized to convey a strong liking towards something and an explicit desire to associate with it. For instance, we say, "I love what you said," "I love your idea," and "I love the blue one!" In all these examples, we are expressing our passion for a subject, and announcing that we derive pleasure from it. While it might seem..

Dr. Raymond Nourmand, · November 1st, 2016

Dr. Raymond Nourmand, · November 1st, 2016

Alcohol and Drugs: The Truth Revealed
Alcohol and Drugs: The Truth Revealed

The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration recently estimated that about 21.6 million Americans are diagnosed with an alcohol or drug use disorder. This means that at minimum, about »

The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration recently estimated that about 21.6 million Americans are diagnosed with an alcohol or drug use disorder. This means that at minimum, about this many people in the country regularly use alcohol, marijuana, cocaine, heroin, methamphetamines, pain pills, or other drugs despite the fact that doing so brings them harm. This harm may include deteriorating..

Dr. Raymond Nourmand, · April 20th, 2016

Dr. Raymond Nourmand, · April 20th, 2016

The Secret To Lasting Happiness
The Secret To Lasting Happiness

We live in a time that's seen a sharp increase in all things "happiness." Books, articles, seminars, workshops, and podcasts on happiness seem to be rising at surprising rates. I recently did a psychology »

We live in a time that's seen a sharp increase in all things "happiness." Books, articles, seminars, workshops, and podcasts on happiness seem to be rising at surprising rates. I recently did a psychology literature search for books, articles, and essays that were published with the word "happiness" in the title. The results, remarkable. Between 1950 and 1960, there were about 30 publications released...

Dr. Raymond Nourmand, · February 12th, 2016

Dr. Raymond Nourmand, · February 12th, 2016