Rose Rigole

Rose Rigole

Rose Rigole is a psychotherapist in private practice in West LA and Costa Mesa, California and is currently accepting new clients. She can be reached by telephone at (424) 571-2273, by email at, or via her websites at and

Rose specializes in helping adults, couples, and children deal with their pasts so that they do not interfere with their present and future. These difficult pasts may include major traumas, such as childhood abuse or wartime experiences, as well as what might be thought of as minor traumas, such as painful relationships, loss of loved ones, memories of failures or fears of the future.

She also has expertise working with attorneys, entrepreneurs, people with LDS backgrounds, and those struggling with gender identity and sexual orientation.

Ms. Rigole is registered with the California Board of Behavioral Sciences as a Marriage and Family Therapist Intern #64370 and is employed and supervised by Brenda Giron (MFC 49360) at 2001 S. Barrington Ave., Suite 203, West LA, CA 90025, and at 2900 Bristol St., Suite C-208, Costa Mesa, CA 92626 by Lisa Maurel (MFC 32416). Ms. Rigole is also an active attorney, who helps her legal clients protect inventions and brand names.
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M.A., Clinical Psychology, Antioch University; J.D. Law, University of Southern California; B.S. Physics, College of William and Mary; B.A. Philosophy, College of William and Mary


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  • The Top 3 Relationship Killers
    Your relationship may be under threat right now. Find out what the TOP 3 RELATIONSHIP KILLERS are, so you can spot and address them before they destroy your most important possession - your relationship.
  • EMDR Therapy to Help You Put the Past in the Past
    If something devastating has happened to you, getting through it is sometimes not enough. The feelings, images, sensations, and beliefs about yourself attached to the memory may still haunt you. EMDR, a powerful mind-body therapy, may help.
  • Part II: WARNING: Being an Attorney May Be Hazardous to Your (Mental) Health
    This part 2 of a 2-part series addresses possible causes of the high depression, anxiety, unhappiness and suicide statistics of attorneys and offers some suggestions to attorneys and those who employ and care about them.
  • Emotionally-Focused Couples Therapy
    Emotionally-focused couples therapy (EFT) is one of the most effective forms of couples therapy and is directed to developing a secure attachment bond in a couple. This article presents an overview of EFT and a meta-analysis of the supporting evidence.
  • Why Can't You Listen to Me?
    How well does your spouse or partner listen to you? Here are the top 5 ways that what your saying may be threatening to them, and what you can do about it.
  • Reconnecting Through Couples Therapy
    You used to be amazing together. You were open, supportive, understanding… passionate. Somehow, it changed. Maybe you have been drifting away from each other. Maybe you fight too often, or struggle with betrayal. How can you get back to "great"?
  • WARNING: Being an Attorney May Be Hazardous to Your (Mental) Health
    A career as an attorney is generally viewed as prestigious, empowering, and lucrative, but what is it really like to be an attorney? Take a look at the first article in a two-part series that discusses the dire statistics on attorney mental health.
  • Tips for Instant Perspective When You Feel Psychologically Stuck
    Try this simple 2-step method from Warren Berland for getting perspective when you feel stuck.
  • 5 Steps for Finding Fulfillment
    Feeling stressed-out, overworked (or underworked), and unfulfilled? You're not alone. Check out these five steps to finding fulfillment, and see if they will work in your life.
  • Losing My Religion
    Leaving your childhood religion can be one of the most traumatic experiences of your life. Here are some tips to help you weather the storm.
  • I Just Can't 'Get Over It'
    Is there something in your past that you just can't get over? A psychotherapy technique, called EMDR, may help.
  • Stay Calm when Stress or Emotions Are Overwhelming
    Feeling overwhelmed with stress or emotions? Try this quick mindfulness trick from Rose Rigole, Psychotherapist, to stay calm in the midst of it all.

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