Denise Beaudoin fell head over heels in love with Yoga In 2006, and she has been hopefully devoted ever since. Denise is a E-RYT 200 Yoga Teacher & Certified Massage Practitioner (CMP) with a background in Psychology. She believes that no matter what we have endured, life is meant to be enjoyed! Denise teaches from a trauma informed perspective understanding that we all experience little t and big T traumas throughout our lives.
She believes that if we bend rather than break, we will transform into our strongest, most powerful versions of ourselves yet. You will often hear her say that the key ingredient for a successful yoga practice is willingness.
Denise’s passion for yoga is apparent to everyone she meets and she believes that anytime is a good time to stop drop and yoga. Denise has been gratefully teaching public and private yoga classes throughout Los Angeles since 2011.
For years, Josh has served the Los Angeles community as a Coach and General Manager to some of the most popular functional fitness gyms in LA.
Ever versatile, Josh also acts as emcee for many competitions both locally and nationally and is a head emcee’s for the Reebok CrossFit Games, televised on ESPN. He is a CrossFit Endurance Coach, as well as a CrossFit Level One and CrossFit Level Two Trainer.
In his spare time, Josh co-writes programming for several professional wrestlers including, WWE Superstars, Seth Rollins, Becky Lynch, Bayley, and Cesaro
It takes immeasurable courage to face the unknown at the heart of change. I am grateful for the chance to support anyone in this deeply personal endeavor, because being and becoming is as unclear a process as they come.
Therapy can amount to any number of positive changes, some of which are: a newfound perspective within your relationships; more awareness on the sources of your struggle; expanded inner resources; and a more integrated sense of self. I hope and believe that people from all races, sexualities, ages and genders will find in me a sensitive and compassionate attendant to the changes they long for.
I am a marriage and family therapist who works with adults, couples, adolescents and children. I studied Literature at UC Santa Cruz and received my masters degree in Community Mental Health from the California Institute of Integral Studies. I take a trauma-informed, collaborative and relational approach. My therapeutic style draws from person-centered therapy, psychodynamics, mindfulness, cognitive behavioral therapy, narrative and play therapy.
I think one of the most beautiful aspects about life is the human capacity to heal and grow from life’s challenges. My goal is to promote the holistic wellbeing of individuals and families. Together we can heal past traumas, navigate current life stressors, discover untapped potential, and identify and strengthen positive coping skills that will help you find balance within your life.
My therapeutic approach combines strengths-based, person-centered therapy, cognitive behavioral therapy, and mindfulness techniques. My specializations include working with adults experiencing depression, anxiety, and other mental health issues, trauma informed care and harm reduction, intergenerational trauma and family of origin issues, and integrative body-mind-spirit interventions.
I offer a safe and compassionate space where collaboration and empowerment are at the forefront of my practice. To explore whether we are a good fit, please feel free to schedule a 10-minute phone consultation with me. I would be honored to support you in your therapeutic journey.
MeShalon Moore, also known as Meme, joined us at Find Your Center therapy a little over a year ago. She brings a bright smile and good attitude to this team. She is a graduate of the University of California, Santa Barbara and earned her degree in Studio Art while minoring in writing. With aspirations of continuing her education to become a therapist herself, she says she feels fortunate enough to join this team and be a safe place for all who seek us out. Meme feels it is truly rewarding to see lives changing and be a resource for others.
Greetings. I can’t wait to begin working with you in order to help facilitate your healing and growth.
Welcome. I’m looking forward to listening to you and understanding how we can best achieve your therapy goals.
Hello. I’m here to assist the clinicians with whatever is needed around the office, and I’m happy to help with any questions or concerns you may have.