Ryan Page, M.A., AMFT, is an Associate Marriage and Family Therapist (AMFT 138040) registered to the California Board of Behavioral Sciences providing individual, couple, and family psychotherapy under the supervision of Leor Ram, LMFT (115538), LPCC (7354), NCC, CGP at Integrative Psychotherapy Group. Ryan completed his undergraduate degree in Clinical Psychology from Sarah Lawrence College. He received his M.A. in Clinical Psychology from Antioch University in Los Angeles. Ryan received intensive training in psychodynamic therapies as part of a year-long clinical internship at Hillside Wellness Center.
Ryan has expertise in helping individuals navigate anxiety, depression, grief, trauma, addiction, LGBTQIA+ identity issues, body image, infidelity recovery, sexuality, obsessive-compulsive disorders, personality disorders, and eating disorders. He currently serves as an international recovery ambassador for Eating Recovery Center.
Ryan specializes in helping individuals work through painful limitations to become more resilient, open-hearted, and self-understanding. His approach is empathetic and collaborative as a way to reach each person’s inherent strengths and develop greater emotional skills to navigate life’s complexities. Together, a therapeutic plan is designed that honors each individual’s psycho-spiritual potential. Ryan is known for his creative, direct, and caring engagement of his clients’ minds, bodies, and hearts.