Mission Statement

The C.U.B.E. seeks to help patients and families to succeed, both in treatment and in real life. By integrating years of advanced medical and psychological training, The C.U.B.E.’s providers carefully craft their treatment plans to maximize success.  We are not offering a cure for mental illness.  We are offering support to find meaning in your life, and treatment that can help move your life in a positive direction.


Connect: Establish Therapeutic Relationships

Relationships are the key to success. Patients must feel that they can safely share and connect with their provider


Uplift: Help Patients Feel Good About Themselves & Their Situation. There Is Hope

Hope is more powerful than discouragement and is the key to making lasting, meaningful change.


Build: Develop Skills for Life

Many patients come with an empty toolbox. They want to change, but they don’t know how. It is easier to confront difficulties in life when you have the right tools.


Empower: Help the Patient to Become Self-Sufficient

Seeing change is empowering. Now that you’ve put in the work, you’ll reap the rewards for the other 6 days and 23 hours of your week.

FAQs About The C.U.B.E in Los Angeles, CA

Treatment timelines vary significantly. Our goal is for our patients to thrive on their own eventually, but the amount of time needed to achieve this goal will depend on many factors. Sign up for your first visit and we can give you a better idea of what to expect. Even after completing treatment, some patients may wish to continue maintenance sessions.  A continued relationship with The C.U.B.E. after completion of treatment is welcomed and can be discussed.

This is primarily a practice focused on TMS.  We also address many other diagnoses, such ADHD, depression, anxiety, and many other conditions found in the DSM-5.  Services depend on insurance and availability.

The C.U.B.E was created to facilitate connection and help our patients to succeed. We encourage behavioral techniques, diet, exercise, and good relationships with ancillary providers (ex: pediatricians, dieticians, family therapists).

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