Los Angeles

All Evolve clinicians have specialized training in the treatment of depression, anxiety and eating disorders. For those struggling with disordered eating, we offer a team approach that supports our clients in rapidly achieving improvement in their physical and mental health. We provide individual, group and nutrition therapy utilizing evidence-based techniques alongside mindfulness and Health at Every Size approaches. Our clients are often new to recovery or have had supportive treatment in the past, but would like to revisit or deepen their recovery.

 

 

Tate Lizagub, LMFT, Individual & Group Therapist

My goal as a therapist is to foster genuine inner connection so that my clients can leave therapy with deeply enriching and lasting personal and interpersonal lives. I apply Psychodynamic and Emotion-Focused therapy approaches to help my clients gain awareness and process the feelings, thoughts and subconscious patterns that may cause distress and disruption in their lives.  Learn more »

 

 

 

 

Natalie Makardish, MA, RYT, Behavioral Health Counselor & Yoga Therapist

My work focuses on the integration of mind and body through a collaborative journey of somatic and Jungian-inspired art therapies. I believe in loving ourselves in our darkest spaces; embracing the strength of our shadows; and redirecting that negative energy toward a resilient, empowered Self. I support my clients in exploring their relationship with their behavior. Through compassionate guidance, they are able to view and better understand their unconscious intentions. Creating the space for change and a more conscious, intentional, and nourishing life.  Learn more »

 

 

Kristie Uniacke, CEDRD-S, Registered Dietitian

My goal is to support my clients in establishing harmony between the mind, body, and soul. I want my clients to understand that food isn’t only a gateway to our physical health, but also our mental, social, emotional, and spiritual well-being. I work with my clients through an individualized approach to explore and cultivate a relationship of balance and compassion towards food, health, and body. Learn more »