Rosenberg, Ph.D., Clinical Psychologist

Janis Rosenberg, Ph.D.

Clinical Psychologist

9696 Culver Boulevard, Suite 303
Culver City, CA 90232
Lic # PSY 15452

  • Weekly or Biweekly Individual Psychotherapy Sessions for Personal Growth
  • Couples, Marriage and Family Counseling
  • Telephone consultation sessions
  • Half hour supportive or educational sessions
  • One and one-half hour sessions for couples

Areas of Specialization

  • Fear of intimacy and relationship ambivalence
  • Divorce and infidelity
  • Trauma and DEPRESSION
  • Parenting and Step-parenting
  • Shyness and Self-esteem Issues
  • Finding or building a healthy passionate relationship
  • Adjusting to loss, separation and divorce
  • Underachieving or creative blocks
  • EMDR Therapy (Level 2 Certification)
  • Eating disorders, weight loss, body image
  • Anxiety and panic
  • Motivation and tools for CHANGE
About Me

I have been practicing psychotherapy for the past 29 years. My office is in Culver City at 9696 Culver Boulevard, Suite 303, near Culver City Hall.

My practice includes short and long term therapy with individual adults and teens,  couples, and families.  My approach is to create a safe and confidential environment for clients to explore whatever is bothering them in a private setting. I work actively to help help clients become more self aware and and strong.

It is hard to make the step to come to see a therapist, even if you have tried before. I try to help clients feel comfortable, looking at their issues and goals in a way that makes sense and is respectful of the needs of each person.

I have no goal other than to help you decide and reach your goals. Most people want to be happier, more fulfilled, more engaged in love, work and family.  Together we can understand what is getting in your way so that you can change.

I offer EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing) in addition to talk therapy, which is a helpful adjunct to get you “unstuck” from disabling negative beliefs, memories or phobias.

I also work with teaching clients to calm hyper-aroused stress states and learn to be in the body with more ease and peace.


I believe that a compassionate and safe therapy relationship can create an awareness of the self alone and the self in relation to others. To have helpful therapy, there must be an energetic, caring, intelligent therapist who is your partner in explaining your life problems and finding tools and motivation for change.

Most of us have experienced painful losses and hurts and haven’t known how to regain trust in others or in life. Therapy is a way to overcome these painful experiences and to enjoy a rich, meaningful life.

Questions for Dr. Rosenberg? Send her e-mail or call her at 310-841-0302