Dr. Raymond Nourmand Ph.D.


Licensed Psychologist
310. 963. 4007
Raymond Nourmand

Licensed: Yes

License: California #PSY 26470

Expiration: Feb 2020

Institution: California School of Professional Psychology

Graduated: 2013

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

One of The Best Psychologists in Los Angeles, 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.

A Therapy Expert, Dr. Nourmand 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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Raymond Nourmand, Ph.D.
http://www.WestLaPsychologist.com

310. 963. 4007

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11911 San Vicente Boulevard, Suite 280
Los Angeles, California
90049

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
Being True To You
Being True To You

We live in a society that places a high premium on what others think. Our culture encourages us to spend our time, effort, and resources focusing on other people, what they want of us, and what we can »

We live in a society that places a high premium on what others think. Our culture encourages us to spend our time, effort, and resources focusing on other people, what they want of us, and what we can do to get them to like us. The desire to win other people's approval, validation, and favor has been a part of the human condition since the beginning of time. It's in our nature to want to be liked by..

Dr. Raymond Nourmand · August 9th, 2015

Dr. Raymond Nourmand · August 9th, 2015

Love and Hate: What Are You Really Trying
Love and Hate: What Are You Really Trying To Say?

Love is a powerful concept we are all drawn to. It makes us belong and feel whole, it gives us the sense we are complete, and have everything we need. When in a state of love, everything seems beautiful »

Love is a powerful concept we are all drawn to. It makes us belong and feel whole, it gives us the sense we are complete, and have everything we need. When in a state of love, everything seems beautiful because deep down we are seeing ourselves as beautiful. As creatures of projections, the truth is that what we see in others is not merely a reflection of them, but also a glimpse into us. We see in..

Dr. Raymond Nourmand · March 11th, 2015

Dr. Raymond Nourmand · March 11th, 2015

Lashon Harah: It’s Really About You
Lashon Harah: It’s Really About You

Lashon Harah is any communication that is aimed at lowering the image of a person or persons in the eyes of others. Literally "the evil tongue" or "the evil language," it is popularly known today as gossiping »

Lashon Harah is any communication that is aimed at lowering the image of a person or persons in the eyes of others. Literally "the evil tongue" or "the evil language," it is popularly known today as gossiping or slandering. Judaism has long discouraged this behavior, mentioning that those who engage in the practice are killing their compatriot, shedding their blood, staining them in the eyes of others...

Dr. Raymond Nourmand · March 11th, 2015

Dr. Raymond Nourmand · March 11th, 2015

The Importance of Being Selfish
The Importance of Being Selfish

Often we're told being selfish is bad. It's disrespectful, shameful, and wrong. But we are all selfish. Every one of us. We act to serve ourselves. We eat what tastes good to us, befriend those who understand »

Often we're told being selfish is bad. It's disrespectful, shameful, and wrong. But we are all selfish. Every one of us. We act to serve ourselves. We eat what tastes good to us, befriend those who understand us, and do what brings happiness to us. However, true selfishness takes courage. Being honest about who you are, what you want, and what you are willing to do to get it are important aspects of..

Dr. Raymond Nourmand · March 5th, 2015

Dr. Raymond Nourmand · March 5th, 2015