Dr. Maryam Sayyedi, Ph.D. Licensed Clinical Psychologist, PSY17273
Dr. Sayyedi is the founder and executive director of Omid Multicultural Institute for Development (O.M.I.D.). She is also an adjunct faculty in the Department of Counseling at California State University Fullerton. She obtained her doctorate from Washington State University in clinical psychology with emphases on Child Development and Neuropsychology. She has more than 20 years of clinical experience working with diverse populations of children and their families. She has authored chapters and presented in local and state conferences on providing culturally responsive mental health care to the Iranian-Americans and the Middle Eastern immigrant populations.
Dr. Homayoun Shahri, Ph.D., M.A., CBT, LMFT (86676)
Dr. Homayoun Shahri received his Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering from Lehigh University in 1990, and M.A. in Clinical and Somatic Psychology from Santa Barbara Graduate Institute (now part of The Chicago School for Professional Psychology) in 2012.
Homayoun is a Certified Bioenergetic Therapist (CBT) with over 14 years of experience and is intimately familiar with, and has had training in many modalities within the field of Somatic Psychotherapy. He specializes in treating developmental and shock traumas. As a Bioenergetic therapist, Homayoun has treated clients who struggle with a variety of issues such as depression, anxiety/panic, self-esteem, sexual abuse, sexual issues, interpersonal and relationship issues, family issues and life transitions. He enjoys working with adults, adolescents, and couples and families, in order to help them heal their early psychological wounds, and/or for personal growth. Homayoun's style is relational and somatic in a non-judgmental and safe therapeutic environment.
You can more information about Homayoun visit his website: https://www.ravonkavi.com