Adult and Family Bilingual Therapists in Los Angeles, CA
Our Focus: Helping People Live Healthy and Fulfilling Lives Across the Lifespan
We're a group of dedicated therapists who provide counseling to people from birth to adulthood.
Our work is based on facilitating the growth and development of you and your family in 3 key ways:
How We Excel as Therapists
At Love, Listen and Play, we’re committed to serving our clients with Integrity, Respect, Generosity, and Excellence. We pride ourselves in using evidence-based practices to provide the highest quality of care.
We’re genuine, compassionate and non-judgmental therapists who have over 15 years of combined experience working with diverse populations, including adults, parents, young children, older children and teenagers.
Whether you have concerns about your child, yourself, or your family, we have the skills and knowledge to help you create more happiness and harmony in your life.
Fluent in English and Spanish, we thrive on empowering individuals and families to take control of their mental wellness.
We’re committed to helping children and adults develop lives where they feel worthy, confident and optimistic about their futures.
Our support and guidance help you to heal, build coping skills, and prevent more severe problems from developing in the future. We tailor our work to each client’s unique needs, which includes creating culturally sensitive treatment plans.
As challenges and changes arise throughout your lifecycle, you can be sure that we’ll be there. We have the expertise to help you strengthen your foundation of love and connection through all life and transitions.
Education, Training and Certifications
- Masters of Social Work Degrees
- Essentials of Trauma Treatment: Certified Clinical Trauma Professional (CCTP)
- Infant Massage USA Educator
- Screening Brief Intervention and Referral to Treatment (SBIRT) Training
- Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (Certificate)
- Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
- Postpartum Support International
- Completed Basic Training on Perinatal Mood and Anxiety Disorder, Los Angeles County Perinatal Mental Health Task Force
- Completed Infant Massage Training, A Foundation for Healthy Family Living
- Grief Counseling
- 10-hour online Parent-Child Interaction Therapy (Certificate)
- Child-Parent Psychotherapist Certification
- Assessment of Children Ages Zero to Five Using the ICARE certification
- Best Practices in Birth to Five Intervention Strategies Training
- Incredible Years Certified Facilitator
- Mental Health First Aid
Abigail Ortega, LCSW
Becoming a Therapist: Early Influences
Abigail’s love for her work stems from her personal experiences as a child caring for her younger brother, who had learning and behavioral challenges. Abigail’s compassion for her younger brother fueled her desire to become a therapist later in life.
Through caring for her sibling, she developed great insight and empathy for parents who have difficulties with their children. The skills she acquired through this experience have also been invaluable in her work with parents and their children.
Before starting her private counseling practice, Abigail worked in several community and medical settings. Her diverse experience included providing assessments and therapy to people and families of all ages and backgrounds.
In addition to Abigail’s extensive experience working with children and families, she has expertise in counseling high-risk populations, mothers with maternal depression, clients with chemical dependencies, and those with psychiatric disorders.
Abigail also has a wealth of volunteer experience. She is currently the Postpartum Support International Coordinator for Southern California, serves as a board member for SaludConTech, and is the Executive Chair of the California Chapter of the Association for Trauma Outreach and Prevention.
Jazmin Sepulveda, LCSW
Jazmin has a range of experience working with people in different age groups and social and cultural backgrounds. She thrives on helping people become free from the personal and societal obstacles that hold them back from reaching their full potential.
Jazmin has successfully helped those who have experienced trauma such as sexual assault, domestic violence, and human trafficking. She also has experience in policy change and hospital settings.
Becoming a Therapist: Early Influences
Jazmin’s interest in helping others began when she was a teenager participating in a youth group. She met a Latina mentor whose passion for helping others inspired her to become a therapist as an adult.