Anthony DiMaggio, LMFT, received his Master’s degree in Clinical Psychology in July, 2016, from Pepperdine University, with an emphasis on Marriage and Family Therapy. He received his Bachelor’s degree in psychology, with honors, from California State University, Northridge in 2008.
Anthony has experience working with children, adults, couples, and families. In his training at Pepperdine Community Counseling Center in Encino, he provided psychotherapy for individuals suffering from anxiety, stress, depression, low self esteem, behavioral problems, and relationship issues. He also gained experience working in addiction treatment at two intensive outpatient treatment centers and currently is an adjunct professor at Pepperdine University, Graduate program for Psychology.
Anthony utilizes Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, combined with mindfulness skills, to help clients overcome obstacles standing in their way to achieve their personal goals. He is collaborative in his approach and focused on supporting clients’ personal growth to help them reach their full potential. Anthony’s personal style combines warmth and acceptance with skill and dedication to his clients.