Ehsan Gharadjedaghi, Psy.D. received his Doctoral degree in Clinical Psychology at Argosy University. He finished his post-doctoral fellowship at the Department of Mental Health, Youth Resources Center, Central and the Adelante and Miramar Recovery Centers, Newport Beach, Ca. Dr. Ehsan is tri-lingual (Persian, German, English), multi-racial and multi-ethnic, and has lived, studied, and worked in numerous countries. His dissertation and post-doctoral research focus on understanding, processing, and resolving therapy impasses for emerging and established therapists. He has worked with at-risk youth on probation and in high school educational settings, HIV affected populations (HIV+ and related spouses and family members), substance and sex addiction clients, trauma and domestic violence clients, and couples suffering from emotional and sexual problems. He is an existential therapist who specifically enjoys couples and family therapy with a focus on Gestalt therapy, Emotion Focused Therapy, Process Experiential Therapy, and Advanced Experiential Dynamic Psychotherapy. He teaches at Argosy University and The Chicago School of Professional Psychology. He has been named a Distinguished Professor for his outstanding contribution to student learning and serves on the Board of Advisers in the Master’s in Counseling Psychology Program (MACP) at Argosy University. He works in private practice and as the Clinical Director of Norooz Clinic, a community mental health center in Orange County, CA.