I provide psychotherapy and counseling for individuals and couples struggling with anxiety and depression; substance use, abuse, and addiction; relationship difficulties; past trauma; and the effects of dysfunctional family relationships.

Education & Training:

  • BS in Business Administration from Regis University

  • MS in Counseling Psychology from California Lutheran University

  • Specialization in Trauma Theory and Treatment from California Lutheran University

  • Registered California Associate Marriage and Family Therapist (BBS #95795).

I have offices conveniently located in Woodland Hills and Porter Ranch:

20300 Ventura Blvd., #330, Woodland Hills, CA 91364

11239 Tampa Ave., #206, Northridge, CA 91236 

Please call (805) 341-8409 for an appointment or a brief phone consultation, or send an email to cblooremft@gmail.com.



 Areas of special clinical focus with INDIVIDUALS:

  • Grief or loss from death, sudden change in personal life or employment, or family crisis

  • Overcoming traumatic incidents; healing the effects of childhood abuse or neglect

  • Mood disorders, and depression

  • Anxiety disorders, PTSD, social anxiety, phobias, OCD, general anxiety

  • Substance abuse or addiction, adult children of alcoholics, dysfunctional families

  • Stress management

  • Managing painful emotions related to present or past circumstances or relationships

  • Parenting teens and young adults: Concerns about behavior or choices; emotional or mood changes; social concerns or family relationships

  • Step-parenting and blended family relationships

 Areas of special clinical focus with couples:

  • Working with couples who have added responsibilities or stressful circumstances at home or work, resulting in increased tension or conflict, and diminished positive connections.

  • Ongoing conflicts which escalate quickly, result in arguments, and reoccur. These cycles of conflict lead to repeated disconnection and fuel negative emotions.

  • Relationships that are affected by differing views and perspectives related to boundaries, decision-making, work-life balance, finances, intimacy, extended family, and/or parenting.

  • Intimate relationships that are impacted by the use of alcohol or drugs by one or both partners, or other behaviors or habits that are negatively impacting the marriage.

  • Helping couples heal from the immediate and longer term effects of a physical or emotional affair or to repair damaged trust in the relationship from other violations or inappropriate behaviors.

  • Working with couples in second marriages seeking to “blend” their families together, while building a foundation in their marriage.