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Beth Siegel, Psy.D, LCSW

Last Updated: 6/19/2018

I am a Licensed Clinical Social Worker with a doctorate. I graduated from Loyola University of Chicago in 1987.

Stress is part of the human condition.  So why do some people handle stress better than others?  It is true that we all encounter stress everyday, but what bothers one person may send another person spinning.  How someone reacts to stress, particularly in relationships depends to a large part on whether we know how to take care of ourselves in a stressful situation.  Taking care of ourselves both personally and interpersonally(with others) goes a long way when it comes to reducing stress.  Some important factors include:  Being able to set good boundaries, knowing what boundaries are, being able to ask for what we want and need from others, knowing what our limitations are, and having good communication skills.  For example, are you able to say no to someone when you want to?  Do you know how to set priorities?  Can you disappoint someone if you need to?  Do you know how to compromise?  Can you state your preferences clearly?  Taking care of ourselves is both about the personal standards and "rules" that we have chosen to live by, as well as how we operate within these when it comes to relationships with others.

Let me know if I can be of assistance in helping you to take care of yourself.  The "bigger" we feel inside, the more capable we feel on the outside!

If you have a PPO and want to go out of network, I will help you determine what your insurance benefit will be. Every insurance reimbursement is different. I will give you a superbill if you are out of network. Also, consider using a health savings account(HSA,MSA, or HRA) through your employee benefits! Health savings accounts cover therapy!

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Dr. Beth Siegel, LCSW, PsyD.
3151 Airway Ave, Ste I-1
Costa Mesa, CA 92626  
Phone: (714) 376-6235
Fax: (714) 676-8487

Contact: Dr Beth Siegel,PsyD.,LCSW

Office Hours:
Mon: By appointmentSat: N/A
Tue: By appointmentSun: N/A
Wed: By appointment
Thu: By appointment
Fri: N/A
Average wait time for new clients: 1 weeks
The Villa Riviera
800 E. Ocean Blvd, Suite 107
Long Beach, CA 90802  
Phone: (714) 376-6235

Office Hours:
Mon: By appointmentSat: N/A
Tue: By appointmentSun: N/A
Wed: By appointment
Thu: By appointment
Fri: N/A
Average wait time for new clients: Not specified
Gender: Female

Response Time to Call:
Weekdays: 3 Hours
Weekends: 2 Days

Access by Wheelchair
Evening Office Hours

Years of Experience: 27

CA - LCSW [14970]

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Credentials and Certifications:
Academy of Certified Social Workers (ACSW)
American Board of Examiners in Clinical Social Work (ABECSW)
Board Certified Diplomate (BCD)
British Object Relations Theory & Therapy, Training in
Certified Social Worker (CSW)
Diplomate in Clinical Social Work (DCSW)
Psychoanalysis, Certified in
Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy, Certified in
Qualified Clinical Social Worker (QCSW)
Social Work Supervisor
Social Worker, Licensed Clinical (LCSW)
Trauma Treatment, Postgraduate Certificate

Fees and Payment Options
Individual: N/A
Couples: N/A
Group: N/A
Family: N/A

Sliding Scale: Yes

Accept Credit Card: Yes

Private Insurance or Out of Network: Yes

Free Services:
Brief Phone Consultation
Community Education
Information & Referral
One Hour per week for Military and Families

Cascade Employee Assistance Managed Health Network
EAPrefer Reliant Behavioral Health
Health Systems Management of America TRICARE

Problems Served (focus areas are bold)
Anger Management
Anxiety/Panic Disorders
Asperger's Syndrome
Attachment Disorders
Autism Spectrum
Bipolar Disorders
Body Dysmorphic Disorder
Couple or Marital Issues
Dissociative Disorders
Dual Diagnosis
Education/Personal Development
Family Issues
Interpersonal Relationships
Life Transitions
Men's Issues
Obsessive/Compulsive Disorder
Parenting Issues
Personality Disorders
Physical Illness/Impairment
Postpartum Depression
Psychoses/Major Mental Illness
Self Abuse
Sexuality Issues
Suicidal Thoughts
Traumatic Brain Injury
Women's Issues

Populations Served (focus areas are bold)
Age Groups:
Adults (26-59)
Seniors (60 +)
Young Adults (18-25)

Specific Populations:
ACOA (Adult Children of Alcoholics)
Cancer Patients
Children of Divorce
Chronic Illness
First Responders (Police, Fire, EMT)
Lesbian/Gay/Bisexual/Transgender (LGBT)
Obese or Overweight
Step Families

Treatment Methods and Approaches (focus areas are bold)
Theoretical Approach:
Dream Work or Analysis
Education Consultation
Emotionally Focused Therapy (EFT)
Expressive Therapy
Information and Referral
Integrative Medicine
Intensive Short-Term Dynamic Psychotherapy (ISTDP)
Interpersonal Psychotherapy (IPT)
Mindfulness Based Approaches
Parent Guidance
Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy
Relationship Development Intervention (RDI)
Sex Therapy
Short-Term (Brief Treatment)

Methods Used:
Educational or Psycho-Educational
Family Systems

Religious and Multi-cultural Experience (focus areas are bold)
Religious Experience:
Christian Jewish

Multi-cultural Experience:
African-American Hispanic

Professional Associations
Academy of Certified Social Workers (ACSW)
American Association for Psychoanalysis in Clinical Social Work (AAPCSW)
Center for Clinical Social Work (CCSW)
Clinical Social Work Association (CSWA)
Clinical Social Work Federation (CSWF)
Clinical Social Work Guild
National Association of Social Workers (NASW)