Dr. Curea employs and supervises Marriage and Family Therapy Associates, whose broad range of
experience and training offer an affordable alternative to working with a licensed therapist.
Individuals, Couples and Family Psychotherapy
Brad is an Associate Marriage and Family Therapist under the supervision of Dr. Victoria Curea. He sees clients in Beverly Hills, CA and online via telehealth.
Brad has been helping individuals deepen their awareness of self for many years. Particularly interested in the conflicts which impede one's ability to have successful relationships, achieve one's goals or finally gain some clarity into why certain patterns persist in one's life, Brad carefully explores the origin of the problem and how it impacts his clients in present day.
Psychotherapy can feel challenging, especially when we encounter thoughts and feelings that are triggering. Brad possesses a unique combination of warmth and intelligence that puts his clients at ease and makes the working through of a problem possible.
Brad supports adults who feel anxious, depressed or unclear about whether or not "having more in life" is truly possible. With adolescents, Brad creates an atmosphere of safety and inclusion - especially with young people who are working through family problems or who are about to launch. Couples appreciate his candor and his understanding of what gets in the way of real intimacy.
Brad graduated summa cum laude in English and Economics from Fordham University (New York) and holds a master’s degree in clinical psychology from Antioch University Los Angeles. He is a member of The California Association of Marriage and Family Therapists (CAMFT) and is affiliated with the Los Angeles Institute and Society for Psychoanalytic Studies (LAISPS).
Brad trained in psychodynamic psychotherapy at The Maple Counseling Center, working with adults, children and families and provided group therapy at the St. Sebastian School in Los Angeles.