Psych Lab Psychology Center

Private mental health services in Long Beach, CA

Phone (562) 684-1300

Email help@psychlab.us

Dancing couple learning to communicate in couples therapy in Long Beach, California

Couples therapy helps build trust, intimacy, and partnership.

Successful relationships are built on kindness and communication. But it can be tough to play nice when you’re feeling vulnerable or hurt, or when it feels like you & your partner can’t understand where each other are coming from. At Psych Lab, we help couples work through all the most common issues: money, sex, parenting, and life changes.

We focus on understanding people as individuals, and helping you find what works for you. We won't take sides, and we won't judge you or push you to live in a way that doesn't feel natural. We understand that as each person in a relationship grows and develops, the relationship has to evolve too. With some care, a relationship can nurture and support growth.

The important thing is to get you and your partner on the same page so you can make good decisions, feel connected and supported, and be happy. We’re affirmative of all kinds of relationships and lifestyles, and are LGBTQ+ positive.


Call or email to set up an appointment

By working outside of the insurance system, we're able to focus on providing high availability and premium quality services for our clients.

To set up an appointment, call us at (562) 684-1300 or email help@psychlab.us. Our team can usually respond within an hour or two.


Expert therapists passionate about helping couples communicate

Tim Leslie, LMFT, Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist in Long Beach, CA

Tim Leslie

Licensed Marriage &
Family Therapist

Tim is an expert in emotion-focused couples therapy. He helps couples learn to communicate their needs, overcome conflicts, and set healthy boundaries.

Dr. David Godot, Licensed Clinical Psychologist in Long Beach, CA

Dr. David Godot

Licensed Clinical Psychologist
Clinical Director

Dr. Godot helps couples cope with issues arising from trauma and mental illness, to escape codependency, and learn to relate in healthy, supportive ways.