Vincent Lombardi works with individuals, couples, families, groups, and adolescents to improve the quality of their lives and relationships. We, humans, are hard-wired for connection. Sometimes, those connections can be difficult due to our own past experiences and the emotional bruises that come with them. Psychotherapy is used to help improve well-being and mental health, as well as change troublesome thoughts, beliefs, and behaviors in order to improve relationships and social interaction. His approach to therapy is collaborative, strength-based, and experiential. He helps his clients work towards their goals by using internal wisdom and life experience to build on the existing resources in order to help find a more satisfying life and relationships.

He specializes in:

  • Managing life transitions
  • Addiction counseling
  • Parenting support
  • Navigating grief and loss
  • Dependency/co-dependency
  • LGBTQQI issues, marital/pre-marital/family issues
  • PTSD/trauma
  • Sex therapy

Previously he worked for over eighteen years counseling men on how to better in relationships and as a Group Facilitator for the Sterling Institute of Relationship.  He has also worked at the Los Angeles LGBT Center, where he saw individuals and couples addressing a wide range of issues including anxiety, depression, gender identity, partnerships challenges, self-esteem issues, sexuality, trauma and ran healthy relationship groups as well as addiction recovery programs.

Vincent graduated from Phillips Graduate University of Marriage and Family Therapy with a dual degree in Marriage and Family Therapy as well as Pupil Personnel Services. Vincent received his undergraduate degree from the University of New Hampshire in Finance and Psychology. Vincent is a member of CAMFT (California Association of Marriage and Family Therapy) and LAGPA (Los Angeles Group Psychotherapy Association), and LAGPA (Lesbian and Gay Psychotherapy Association of Los Angeles.)

Vincent works for SHAPE Center in Beverly Hills under the supervision of Dr. Shannon Chavez Qureshi, PsyD, CST and can be reached at [email protected] or (310) 489-5608.