Invitation from Dr. Juls
“What progress, you ask, have I made? I have begun to be a
friend to myself.” Greek philosopher
You are invited to rediscover and deepen the most
valuable friendship in your life, with the person who
stands before you in the mirror.
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JULIE A. LYLE, Psy. D., LMFT
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on women's emotional health. And, in 1999, Julie received her Doctorate in Psychology
(Psy. D.) from the American Behavioral Studies Institute in Tustin, California, combining
a decade of her clinical experience with theoretical study in healing trauma for women.
“Julie Lyle has been a wonderful asset to me by helping me become the woman I want to be. She is very insightful to the many roles and emotions we as women have. She always seems to put things in clear perspective for me, I always leave there knowing what I need to do and how easy it really is to get those things accomplished after talking to her. She is a very warm and inviting person, she makes you feel like you are talking to an old best friend, not a professional.” Linda, 43
“I’ve have seen other therapists and have never experienced what I did when I began to see Julie. I came to her hoping to find a way to deal with leaving my painful marriage. I brought with me a lifetime of hurt and confusion. I was abused as a child, had been through some awful relationships and was at the point in my life where I could not find joy. Julie knew how to be gentle when I needed it. She is insightful and listens with more than just her head. She always seemed to know when it was time for me to move on. I didn’t like letting go when it was time to do it on my own but she did just the right thing. Its often said that therapists want you to come in week after week, year after year but Julie helps those of us with broken wings learn how to fly.” Catherine, 48
“Dr. Juls is an expert with women’s issues. She does it with compassion, clarity and humor. She is truly unique in her field. Learning to be honest with myself and my feelings has inspired me to grow in all areas of my life.” Lisa, age 36