Carla Korn, LMFT

Psychotherapist
Conejo Valley

I’m Carla Korn and I’m a licensed psychotherapist, but you also might think of me as a chaos-quieter or balance-bringer. I help others develop a more harmonious relationship with food and their bodies, gain a better understanding what has been getting in the way of living full and healthy lives, and move forward.

Being a therapist is amazing work because I get to witness healing and growth in others on a daily basis. I take a lot of joy in watching my clients get better, and I can be a steadfast sounding board when my clients are struggling. I do this work because I know from personal experience that living a recovered life is worth it.

People struggling with eating disorders are some of the brightest, most driven, and creative people I’ve met, but the chaotic thoughts and behaviors are getting in the way of their greatness. I work with my clients to make immediate changes to those thoughts and behaviors. With new skills in your toolbox, we can also delve into the tough stuff, exploring the pain you’ve been in and what’s underneath it. I help my clients to explore their values, determine what a recovered life looks like for them, and take steps to achieve that.

Life with an eating disorder is filled with secrets, but my office is a space to be and say exactly who you are. My clients appreciate my straightforward, yet gentle approach to therapy, and that I come from a place of deep curiosity about them. Fun Fact: One of my earliest memories as a kid is my parent giving me The Big Book of Why. Apparently, I’ve always been a curious investigator of life and its mysteries. I’d love to help you find your truth. Take the first step and give me a call today for your complimentary phone consultation.

I’ve worked in a variety of clinical settings, including community-based counseling and group private practice. Most recently, I served as the Director of Clinical Programming for EDRS, an in-home and community-based recovery support program. I’ve also worked as a program therapist in outpatient and residential treatment centers in both California and New York.

I earned my master’s degree in Clinical Psychology, Marital and Family Therapy Specialization from The Chicago School of Professional Psychology, and my bachelor’s degree in political science from Washington University in St. Louis.

I’ve been working as a therapist since 2010, but prior to that, I spent several years in the business world. A California girl at heart, I was born and raised locally. I lived in New York City for a few years, but winter ultimately sent me packing. When I’m not working, you’ll find me spending time with my husband and two young children.

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30423 Canwood St.
Agoura Hills, CA 91301

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I’m Carla Korn and I’m a licensed psychotherapist, but you also might think of me as a chaos-quieter or balance-bringer. I help others develop a more harmonious relationship with food and their bodies, gain a better understanding what has been getting in the way of living full and healthy lives, and move forward.

Being a therapist is amazing work because I get to witness healing and growth in others on a daily basis. I take a lot of joy in watching my clients get better, and I can be a steadfast sounding board when my clients are struggling. I do this work because I know from personal experience that living a recovered life is worth it.

People struggling with eating disorders are some of the brightest, most driven, and creative people I’ve met, but the chaotic thoughts and behaviors are getting in the way of their greatness. I work with my clients to make immediate changes to those thoughts and behaviors. With new skills in your toolbox, we can also delve into the tough stuff, exploring the pain you’ve been in and what’s underneath it. I help my clients to explore their values, determine what a recovered life looks like for them, and take steps to achieve that.

Life with an eating disorder is filled with secrets, but my office is a space to be and say exactly who you are. My clients appreciate my straightforward, yet gentle approach to therapy, and that I come from a place of deep curiosity about them. Fun Fact: One of my earliest memories as a kid is my parent giving me The Big Book of Why. Apparently, I’ve always been a curious investigator of life and its mysteries. I’d love to help you find your truth. Take the first step and give me a call today for your complimentary phone consultation.

I’ve worked in a variety of clinical settings, including community-based counseling and group private practice. Most recently, I served as the Director of Clinical Programming for EDRS, an in-home and community-based recovery support program. I’ve also worked as a program therapist in outpatient and residential treatment centers in both California and New York.

I earned my master’s degree in Clinical Psychology, Marital and Family Therapy Specialization from The Chicago School of Professional Psychology, and my bachelor’s degree in political science from Washington University in St. Louis.

I’ve been working as a therapist since 2010, but prior to that, I spent several years in the business world. A California girl at heart, I was born and raised locally. I lived in New York City for a few years, but winter ultimately sent me packing. When I’m not working, you’ll find me spending time with my husband and two young children.