Welcome to the Podcast! Today I am delighted to be joined by Dalila Jusic-LaBerge, LMFT. Dalila specializes in working with accomplished women, who yearn for love but feel lost in romantic relationships. She helps them heal, connect to their own emotions, develop intuition, and be ready to connect on a deeper emotional level with loved ones.
Dalila is a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, with an MA degree in Clinical Psychology with Emphasis on Marriage and Family Therapy from Pepperdine University. Prior to her graduate work in clinical psychology, she attended the University of California, Los Angeles, where she completed her BA in psychology and worked in research involving health psychology. She has been practicing in this field for over nine years.
Born and raised overseas, she has traveled around the world and met many people from different cultures. She came to the United States, where she completed her formal higher education and training. Her diverse life experience taught her that happiness is a skill and it can be learned and practiced daily. She loves working with divorced women, helping them grow to become their true self from where they can enjoy loving and respectful relationships.
She specializes in helping women and teen girls heal from anxiety and trauma; and enjoy life and love in healthy relationships with romantic partners or loved ones.
Dalila is currently training in Sensorimotor Psychology. She is also trained in providing Discernment Counseling which helps couples on the brink of divorce. Besides her regular individual and group therapy, She is an EAGALA certified therapist practicing equine-assisted therapy.
What you’ll hear in this episode
What to look for in romantic love and healthy relationships.
Being open-minded about the type of man you seek in a relationship.
How culture and family influence our habits, beliefs and decisions for mate selection.
What to look for in men, besides stereotypes and idealized goals.