1018. A Day in the Life: What’s It Really Like to Be a Clinical Psychologist?
Lara Fielding, PsyD
“Because I was frugal with my money, I bought real estate and other solid investments which allowed me to go back to school for 10 years, support myself during that time, then set up a private practice that allowed me to focus on what mattered to me most. My passion is how we can make ourselves more resilient: the relationship between health, behavior and stress. I want to help individuals understand these vital influences so that they can thrive, not merely survive.”
Dr. Lara Fielding is a Los Angeles based clinical psychologist and author of “Mastering Adulthood: Go Beyond Adulting to Become an Emotional Grownup.” She specializes in teaching science-based mindfulness skills to young adults, who are working through the challenges of the transitioning roles of adulthood. She studied psycho-physiology of stress and emotions at UCLA and Harvard, before getting her doctorate at Pepperdine, Graduate School of Education and Psychology, where she is a regular guest lecturer and former Adjunct Professor. She frequently offers training to clinicians and students in the community in the service of her value of therapy for all.
On Her Bookshelf
Mastering Adulthood: Go Beyond Adulting to Become an Emotional Grown-Up, by Lara E. Fielding, PsyD
Connecting With Lara Fielding, PsyD
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