Ian Jensen, AMFT

                   AMFT Primary Therapist

Ian Jensen is passionate about helping people on the LGBT continuum achieve a wholeness and personhood not mirrored by heteronormative society. He earned a Master’s Degree in Clinical Psychology, with an emphasis is LGBT Affirmative Psychology from Antioch University Los Angeles. He is an Associate Marriage and Family Therapist (97393) in California. While completing his clinical training at the Los Angeles LGBT Center, Ian was offered a staff outreach position in Mental Health Services to assist those who are homeless in connecting to vital social services. After a promotion to the Sexual Health and Education Program, he created and implemented a Los Angeles County-funded PrEP (pre-exposure prophylaxis) program. Then, he took a position with the Jeffrey Goodman Clinic as Medical Social Worker, focused on providing case management services to patients who are HIV-positive.

Recently, Ian opened his private practice under the supervision of Mona El Yousef, LCSW (LCS 27212).

Prior to his work in mental health, Ian was a professional actor for 14 years. He earned a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Theatre Arts from California State University, Long Beach.