Engagement, Atunement, Amalgamation, & Tranquility

Seeking understanding

We are based on the four core values of engagement, atunement, amalgamation, and tranquility. In the journey of getting to know oneself, it must start with an agreement.

As we get to know ourselves, we begin to feel more connected. We begin to notice that we feel a true sense of belonging because we have set in motion to speak our truth; this knowing of oneself is a deep sense of connection.

It takes a desire and curiosity to get begin this journey in knowing yourself true self. This escapade will consist of many emotions, uncomfortable moments of awareness, and tears. But it is through the desire for something different, that we choose to embark on such an adventure.

And though the salt water and seasons of change, do we finally know peace. It is the action of relinquishing, that our awareness subtly shifts into clarity and understanding.


Clinical Director


Dr. Diana Cho Kang is a licensed Psychologist with a strong clinical background specializing in all levels of care in various settings. Dr. Kang has managed and developed several programs for both residential and outpatient programs with a trauma-focused approach. She has served as a clinical director for private and nonprofit organizations and has treated and overseen the clinical services for clients with trauma, substance use disorders, co-occurring disorders, mood disorders, psychotic disorders and personality disorders. The wide range of settings in which she has provided high quality clinical treatment includes residential and outpatient treatment centers, state hospitals, skilled nursing facilities, and rehabilitation centers with young adult, adult and geriatric populations.

Dr. Kang received her doctorate in Clinical Psychology from The American School of Professional Psychology at Argosy University in 2009.  She is trained in Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) and is a Substance Abuse Professional (SAP)

Dr. Kang’s individual service fee is $250 per 50-minutes session. Her couple therapy session service fee is $350 per 50-minute session.


Primary Therapist


It has been my experience that there is a human desire to be seen and heard. My priority is to create a warm and safe space for you to freely share your thoughts and feelings. My hope is, with time, we can come together to better understand the source of the emotions you’re experiencing. My intention is to walk with you on your journey as you come to understand yourself more fully. I strongly believe in open curiosity paired with synergy which is a bedrock to a trust-based relationship. I aspire to aid you in building on your own strengths and learn additional skills that empower you to better manage life’s challenges. I specialize in complex trauma and trauma focused substance misuse. Specifically, I treat feelings of “never being enough”, “being too much”, and “I can’t be myself”.

I use a psychodynamic and trauma focused approach within the context of attachment theory and Irvin Yalom’s existential perspective. I am also trained in Eye-Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) and mindfulness and use these modalities in collaboration with my clients as warranted. My background is in working with complex trauma and substance misuse. I work with adult individuals, couples, and groups.

I obtained my Master’s degree from New York University Silver School of Social Work. I am a Licensed Clinical Social Worker, 117210 in the State of California and practice only in California. I also hold a Licensed Master Social Worker, 109755 in the State of New York.

Naomi’s individual service fee is $220 per 50-minute session. Her couples therapy session service fee is $320 per 50-minute session.

What We Treat

Relationship Difficulties

Trauma and Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)

Substance Abuse

Emotional Difficulties and Mood Disorders

Grief & Loss

Treatment Approach

Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR)


Trauma Focused




 Los Angeles, CA