Ryan Levin, MFT
Ryan Levin is a Primary Therapist at Center for Healthy Sex. He assists clients in navigating their recovery from sex, love and porn addiction; intimacy issues, and sexual dysfunction. Ryan is skilled in helping couples face the challenges of infidelity and intimate betrayal as well as with issues of sexual desire differences or meeting sexual potential.
In his work as a sex therapist, he looks to empower his clients, encouraging them to use their own strengths to expand the possibilities of their stories. Having written for TV and film, Ryan is sensitive to the feelings of rejection, failure, and loneliness, which often accompany solitary work, and supports his clients as they move forward in the face of creative blocks. Ryan utilizes various therapeutic approaches including narrative, cognitive-behavioral, attachment theory and solution-focused, tailoring the work to meet each client’s unique needs.
Ryan trained at Southern California Counseling Center, where he co-facilitated substance abuse and domestic violence groups. He is a crisis counselor on the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline and leads workshops on suicide prevention. He received his MFT from USC and his B.A. in Psychology from the University of Pennsylvania. Ryan is a member of the California Association of Marriage and Family Therapists. LMFT #130845