Victoria Haghnazarian

Victoria Haghnazarian

Director of Behavioral Health at L.A. Pain & Wellness Institute

Location:
1245 Wilshire Blvd Suite 403, Los Angeles, California, United States
HQ Phone:
(213) 482-1046

General Information

Education

Psy.D  - 

double bachelor's degrees  - psychology and sociology , UC Irvine

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Victoria Haghnazarian, Psy.D, Clinical Psychologist
Dr. Haghnazarian is a licensed clinical psychologist practicing health psychology since 2006. She is the director of behavioral health at L.A. Pain & Wellness Institute. She has earned double bachelor's degrees in psychology and sociology from UC Irvine. Her desire to directly work with people to help them with their psychosocial issues led her to a master's degree and a doctorate in clinical psychology from Alliant International University (California School of Professional Psychology). Dr. Haghnazarian has extensive training working with individuals with various chronic and acute and chronic psychiatric conditions. The majority of her clients have had dual diagnoses ranging from developmental disability and personality disorders to drug addictions. Her style of therapy, which includes providing suboxone treatment for opioid dependence, is client-centered where she helps her clients grow psychologically, gain good insight and achieve self-actualization. She helps her clients eliminate negative attitudes that block healing and wellness.

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Victoria Haghnazarian, Psy.D, Clinical Psychologist
Dr. Haghnazarian is a licensed clinical psychologist practicing health psychology since 2006. She is the director of behavioral health at L.A. Pain & Wellness Institute. She has earned double bachelor's degrees in psychology and sociology from UC Irvine. Her desire to directly work with people to help them with their psychosocial issues led her to a master's degree and a doctorate in clinical psychology from Alliant International University (California School of Professional Psychology). Dr. Haghnazarian has extensive training working with individuals with various chronic and acute and chronic psychiatric conditions. The majority of her clients have had dual diagnoses ranging from developmental disability and personality disorders to drug addictions. Her style of therapy, which includes providing suboxone treatment for opioid dependence, is client-centered where she helps her clients grow psychologically, gain good insight and achieve self-actualization. She helps her clients eliminate negative attitudes that block healing and wellness.

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