Now enrolling clients at our premier outpatient clinic with healing therapists in Woodland Hills, California!

Embark Behavioral Health provides therapists dedicated to helping adolescents with mental health issues at our new outpatient treatment program in Woodland Hills, California.

Our therapists will help your family get the mental health treatment you need in your local Los Angeles community. Our counselors specialize in helping youths who are struggling with behavioral health issues like trauma, post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), grief, and depression through a unique therapeutic framework, an intensive outpatient program (IOP), and a therapeutic day treatment program (also known as a partial hospitalization program, or PHP).

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How Our Outpatient Program Can Help

Our Woodland Hills clinic offers individual, group, and family therapy as well as therapeutic/peer mentoring, home behavioral health care services, addiction treatment, and parent coaching. Our therapists can help your adolescent address and overcome mental health issues that may be affecting your family’s everyday life.

Services We Provide Across the Embark Continuum of Care

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Conditions Our Therapists Treat

Anxiety, depression, and suicide are on the rise, and youths are at risk today more than ever before. Too many adolescents in and near Woodland Hills go through life struggling with not only anxiety, depression, and suicidal ideation but also eating disordersobsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD), attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), addiction, and trauma. It doesn’t have to be this way. Our therapists can help your child create a life filled with joy.

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Woodland Hills Outpatient Program FAQ 

During outpatient counseling, your adolescent will meet with a local therapist while maintaining their daily schedule. For those who have moderate mental health symptoms and a daily routine that is not negatively impacting their mental health, outpatient therapy may be a good option.  

Outpatient visits to our clinic can involve weekly individual counseling sessions with one of our therapists. We also offer group therapy through our intensive outpatient program and our therapeutic day treatment program.   

There are many benefits to outpatient treatment at our clinic. Our outpatient program allows adolescents to maintain work and school schedules and receive support from friends and family while receiving counseling — and at a more affordable cost on average than most inpatient treatment options.  

The main difference between weekly individual counseling sessions, the intensive outpatient program, and the therapeutic day treatment program at our Woodland Hills clinic is the amount of time your adolescent will spend in treatment. Weekly individual therapy sessions require the least amount of time and can be scheduled at a specific time of day. An intensive outpatient program takes place in the evening to accommodate school and work schedules and typically meets three hours a day, three to four days per week, for a total of nine to 12 hours per week. A therapeutic day treatment program typically meets 5.5 hours a day, five days a week, for a total of 27.5 hours per week.   

The main difference between inpatient hospitalization and outpatient treatment is the treatment setting. Our outpatient services, which include IOP and day treatment options, provide a good option for adolescents whose needs can be met by visiting a therapist in their local Woodland Hills neighborhood while living at home and maintaining their daily routine. Inpatient hospitalization treatment is a good option for those who need to leave their home and receive dedicated 24-hour care in a hospital setting to overcome mental health and substance abuse issues.  

The length of outpatient treatment depends on each youth’s particular needs and whether your adolescent is attending weekly individual therapy sessions or participating in a therapeutic day treatment program or intensive outpatient program in Woodland Hills. On average, outpatient treatment at our clinic can last from three months to one year. If a deeper level of treatment is needed, adolescents can step up a level in care to an inpatient hospitalization treatment program.  

Nearby Programs and Therapists in Los Angeles

If our Woodland Hills program is not close to your home, check out our West Lost Angeles outpatient clinic. Located near the beautiful Santa Monica Mountains, our West L.A. location provides intensive outpatient treatment and therapeutic day treatment programs to adolescents, teens, and young adults struggling with mental health challenges like anxiety, depression, eating disorders, and/or substance use issues.

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This location is part of our robust continuum of care that offers different levels of service, including virtual counseling, throughout the U.S.!

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Embark Behavioral Health

21051 Warner Center Lane, Suite 140,

Woodland Hills, CA 91367


  • Sunday Closed
  • Monday 9:00 AM–5:00 PM
  • Tuesday 9:00 AM–5:00 PM
  • Wednesday 9:00 AM–5:00 PM
  • Thursday 9:00 AM–5:00 PM
  • Friday 9:00 AM–5:00 PM
  • Saturday Closed

Areas Our Therapists Serve 

Our therapists serve a variety of locations near Woodland Hills including

  • Woodland Hills
  • Canoga Park
  • Calabasas
  • Encino
  • Reseda
  • Northridge
  • Chatsworth
  • Sherman Oaks
  • Thousand Oaks
  • Bel Air
  • San Fernando
  • Agoura Hills
  • Santa Monica
  • Culver City
  • Oak Park
  • Westlake Village
  • Glendale
  • Pasadena
  • Lynn Ranch
  • Santa Rosa Valley
  • Camarillo
  • Westwood
  • Brentwood
  • Simi Valley
  • Brandeis

Meet the Team

Ali Griner - Therapist - Woodland Hills CA

Ali Griner

Position: Therapist
Ali holds a Master’s degree in Clinical Psychology with an emphasis in Marriage and Family Therapy from Pepperdine University and received her Bachelor’s degree in Psychology from California State University Northridge. Ali is a relational therapist who uses a strength-based approach; assisting clients in developing insight into their identity in order to help them walk through life authentically.  Ali implements a more hands-on, experiential approach when clients are not benefiting from traditional talk therapy. She strives to provide an encouraging, non-judgmental place for clients to share their experiences and is not afraid to be direct when needed. Depending on the client’s unique need, Ali utilizes tools from DBT, CBT, Narrative Therapy, Logotherapy, Motivational Interviewing, and loves Psychodynamic interventions such as dream interpretation. In her free time she loves to swim, snowboard, bike, create, read/learn and spend time with loved ones.
Ali Griner - Therapist - Woodland Hills CA

Ali Griner


Ali holds a Master’s degree in Clinical Psychology with an...


Position: Therapist
Alisa received a Master’s Degree in Marriage and Family Therapy from Phillips Graduate Institute. She has a strong passion for the field of psychology and for supporting others on their life path through the power of therapy. She began her work at the California Counseling Center providing therapy to children, adolescents, couples and families. She also served as a child therapist, for the Los Angeles Unified School District, where she conducted both individual and group therapy for students at an elementary through high school level. Her passion for the mental health field began as an undergraduate student at UCSB where she volunteered as a Paraprofessional Counselor, for the Family Service Agency Suicide Crisis Helpline. She also worked as a research assistant at Verdugo Mental Health Clinic. She has had extensive training in Social Skills and Violence Prevention/Anti-Bullying and has run countless social skills groups and parenting workshops.  Alisa additionally has training in DBT, CBT and TF-CBT. Alisa is enthusiastic about the work that she does at Embark and the opportunity to help young adults and teens on their journey. She believes in the importance of finding joy and balance in life and building a healthy repertoire of skills to manage day-to-day life. When Alisa is not working she is focused on her other passion which is her family. She loves spending time with her husband and two daughters.



Alisa received a Master’s Degree in Marriage and Family Therapy...

Carly Bachrach

Position: Executive Director, Woodland Hills
Carly Bachrach began her career in the behavioral health field in 2010 as a residential counselor at a co-occurring treatment facility in Malibu, California. Quickly realizing her passion for helping others along their journey to recovery, Carly decided to pursue a master’s in psychology from Phillips Graduate University, where she became a school counselor, earning her Pupil Personnel Services and Child Welfare and Attendance credentials. Over the course of her career, Carly has worked in various levels of care serving a wide variety of individuals. These experiences have ranged from serving at-risk youth as a school counselor in Los Angeles, to working as a Residential Manager at a program for individuals with intellectual and physical differences in Aurora, Colorado. Additionally, Carly has held the role of Director of Operations for dual diagnosis partial hospitalization and outpatient clinics in Los Angeles, as well as Program Director for residential facilities specializing in mental health. Working from a collaborative and team perspective, Carly cultivates a compassionate and cohesive environment for the team, which in turn supports the highest possible level of personalized care for clients and their families. She finds joy in sharing her knowledge and expertise in the service of mental health and is thrilled to be dedicating herself now to tackling Embark Behavioral Health’s Big Hairy Audacious Goal, to take adolescent and young adult anxiety, depression, and suicide from the all-time highs of today to all-time lows by 2028.

Carly Bachrach

Executive Director, Woodland Hills

Carly Bachrach began her career in the behavioral health field...

Elisabeth White

Position: Enrollment Director
Elisabeth White received her undergraduate degree from Vanderbilt University in May 2002. She went on to complete her master’s degree from the California Institute of Integral Studies, with a focus in Community Mental Health, in 2012. Her focus was on Harm Reduction and Buddhist psychology while in graduate school. Elisabeth has a history of working in community-based organizations and those active in improving policies regarding behavioral health treatment in the United States. Elisabeth initially came to OPI in 2020 as a Life Coach. Once Ms. White obtained her LMFT, she transitioned to her current position as Enrollment Director for Embark at Woodland Hills. Ms. White focuses on CBT, DBT, Motivational Interviewing, and a trauma-informed approach when working with clients. She uses these techniques to empower clients to activate their own healing and recovery. Elisabeth helps support clients in integrating the skills learned in treatment to create sustained wellness. Along with her duties as Enrollment Director, Elisabeth runs weekly groups, provides individual therapy sessions, and works closely with family members and loved ones to facilitate long-term client recovery.

Elisabeth White

Enrollment Director

Elisabeth White received her undergraduate degree from Vanderbilt University in...

Grant Gamble

Position: Counselor
Grant Gamble is a Certified Alcohol & Drug Counselor (CADC-II). He started working in dual-diagnosis treatment in 2015 as a primary case manager for a residential young adult program. Grant received his Bachelor of Arts, in Psychology, from California State University of Northridge. Grant is trained in Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT), Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT) and is a Certified SMART Recovery Group Facilitator. Grant has experience working with clients diagnosed with both substance abuse and mental health diagnoses. He has a great interest in and understanding of the recovery process for teens and young adults. Grant believes in an entire mind and body connection in order to maintain long-term recovery. He focuses on helping steer client’s focus to their individualized treatment plan by supporting them in five major competencies he believes are essential in the life long recovery process (Life Skills, Recovery, Fitness, Productivity, and Emotional Well-Being). Grant is an avid swimmer, surfer, and live music attendee!

Grant Gamble


Grant Gamble is a Certified Alcohol & Drug Counselor (CADC-II)....

Hannah Sandler

Position: Therapist
Hannah graduated with her Bachelor’s degree in Psychology from California State University Northridge and earned her Master’s degree in Marriage and Family Therapy from Alliant University.  She is trained in DBT, TF-CBT, and has expertise in Parent Effectiveness Training. Hannah has worked in the mental health field, in multiple settings, since 2010. She has a passion for working with the neurodiverse population, as well as neurotypical teenagers and young adults. In her free time, Hannah enjoys the beach, hiking, traveling, and spending time with her bulldog, Cinderella.

Hannah Sandler


Hannah graduated with her Bachelor’s degree in Psychology from California...

June Dean

Position: Therapist
June earned her Master’s in Social Work from California State University Northridge. Her passion for mental health stems from her desire to foster healing within her community and to end the stigma around mental health. She has spent most of her professional career serving adolescents, young adults, and families within the Department of Mental Health. She has experience working alongside clients who experience an array of challenges including Anxiety, Depression, PTSD, and Substance use. She utilizes an array of evidence-based practices to guide treatment including CBT, TF-CBT, DBT, Motivational Interviewing, and trauma-informed interventions. June utilizes a strengths-based and family systems approach to help clients and their families find hope, joy, peace, healing, and purpose in their lives. In her free time, June enjoys spending time in nature, binge-watching Netflix, fitness, and spending time with her husband and dogs. “Healing takes courage, and we all have courage, even if we have to dig a little to find it.” – Tori Amos

June Dean


June earned her Master’s in Social Work from California State...

Lindsey Araiza

Position: Clinical Director
Lindsey is a skilled clinician with a strong background in adolescent and adult mental health and substance abuse recovery. She is experienced in providing individual, group and family therapy, and has worked as an administrator and a therapist in a variety of intensive in-patient and outpatient settings. Lindsey was previously the Clinical Director of a Residential Program for adolescents, as well as the Program Director of a Partial Hospitalization Program for adolescents, where she provided clinical supervision to therapists, and counseling to clients and families as they managed a variety of challenges. Lindsey utilizes a combination of evidenced-based modalities tailored to fit the unique needs of clients and their families, which may include psychodynamic therapy, structural family therapy, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT), and mindfulness. Her specialties include the treatment of anxiety and depression, substance abuse, and trauma. Lindsey is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker, and earned her Bachelor’s Degree at Barnard College of Columbia University. She went on to pursue a Master’s in Social Work from California State University, Northridge.

Lindsey Araiza

Clinical Director

Lindsey is a skilled clinician with a strong background in...

What Are IOPs and PHPs, and What Should You Expect?

Therapeutic day treatment programs, also known as partial hospitalization programs (PHPs), and intensive outpatient programs (IOPs) provide healing mental health treatment that can help your adolescent, teen, or young adult overcome difficult behavioral health challenges. Here’s what you need to know about these outpatient therapy options and how they fit into Embark Behavioral Health’s continuum of care, offered across the United States.