Ann Dypiangco, LCSW

LCS 26708


1369 Foothill Blvd.

La Cañada Flintridge, CA 91011

(818) 495-5814

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Individual Therapy


Treatment is tailored to meet the needs of each individual client. Typically, therapy sessions are held on a weekly basis and last 50 minutes. 


Ann helps people dealing with issues such as:


         -adults abused as children            -poor sleep

         -grief & loss                                      -unhealthy or abusive relationships

         -setting boundaries                        -life transitions (divorce, having a baby)

         -young adult/quarterlife crisis      -sexual abuse and other traumas

         -substance abuse                           -excessive worry, anxiety or panic




Perinatal Mental Health


For many women, pregnancy and the year following is a time of overwhelming fatigue, sadness, anxiety and stress. Perinatal mental health issues can include:


         -Postpartum depression                -Depression or anxiety during pregnancy

         -Postpartum anxiety                       -Pregnancy loss / miscarriage

         -Infant loss                                       -Emotional effects of traumatic birth


Ann has completed perinatal mental health trainings with Maternal Mental Health Now and Postpartum Support International and is a member of Postpartum Support International. She is trained in Interpersonal Psychotherapy, EMDR Therapy, and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, which are considered 'best practices' for the treatment of postpartum depression and other perinatal mental health issues.  


Ann has extensive experience working with teens in clinics, schools and hospitals. In therapy, Ann provides teens with a supportive place to express themselves while helping them identify healthy coping skills and make positive choices. Issues she helps teens with include:

       -low self esteem                               -school stress

       -teen dating violence                       -sexual abuse

       -defiant behavior                             -stressful or traumatic events

       -depression                                       -anxiety

       -disordered eating                           -needing to be perfect

       -victims of abuse                              -substance abuse