About Anna Arya, PsyD


Dr. Anna Arya is a licensed clinical psychologist (PSY 34563) who provides both telehealth and in-person psychotherapy to children, adolescents, and adults, couples, and families experiencing a variety of mental health concerns. Dr. Arya's specialties include work with children and teens, anxiety, obsessive-compulsive disorder, or OCD (using exposure and response prevention, or ERP), ADHD, depression, irritability, sleep disturbance, autism, and low self-esteem, among others. Dr. Arya aims to help her clients realize their full potential by thinking together with them about their strengths and ways to improve their well-being. She empowers clients to have more agency by giving them the tools, resources, and support necessary to meet their desired objectives. Dr. Arya strives to demonstrate cultural humility and create a safe holding environment where all clients feel heard, respected and truly seen. 

Dr. Arya uses a Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) approach to treatment. CBT is an evidence-based treatment modality that has been shown to be effective at treating a variety of mental health concerns and diagnoses. Dr. Arya utilizes CBT to help clients understand the interaction between their thoughts, feelings, physical reactions, and behaviors. She assists clients in learning coping skills, implementing healthy routines, and making the changes necessary to function at their best in any given environment or situation.

Dr. Arya received her doctoral degree from Azusa Pacific University. Her clinical training has included work in the Azusa Unified School District, general outpatient settings, specialty Autism clinics, and a community mental health center. She has experience working with clients aged 4 through later adulthood. Dr. Arya's research interests include supporting youth who are transitioning to independent adulthood from foster care, parent-child relationships, and protective factors promoting resilience.




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