Mohini Bolkhovitinov, LCSW (Behavioral Health Manager)

Biography

I graduated from the University of Southern California where I obtained my Masters in Social Work. I later completed my clinical hours working in acute psychiatric care and then with homeless adults and families. After becoming a Licensed Clinical Social Worker I have worked in private practice settings and pursued certifications and training in Somatic Therapies. I love being a therapist and a social worker, to have the privilege of supporting clients through their healing and discoveries.

 

Practice Philosophy

My practice philosophy is client centered and guided by the premise that I can be a conduit of each client’s healing, stabilization and understanding. Each person holds the ability to heal within themselves and I am there to support this process. I incorporate somatic (mind-body) therapy into traditional talk therapy modalities, when clinically indicated.

Peter Hung, MD

Biography

I graduated from the Chicago Medical School at Rosalind Franklin University, and went on to complete my training in adult psychiatry at the Olive View UCLA Medical Center. I then obtained additional training to work with children and adolescents at the Harbor UCLA Medical Center in Torrance, CA. Since completion of my training I have worked in a wide variety of practice settings.

 

Practice Philosophy

I believe in taking a collaborative and evidence based approach to my practice. My goal is to use the latest available research to guide you towards making a decision for your mental health treatment that fits you best, whether that involve medication or not.

Kassandra Hurtado, ASW

Biography

I graduated from California State University of Long Beach with a Bachelors of Social Work. I then went on to purse a Master of Social Work at the University of Southern California, with a concentration in Adult Mental Health and Aging. As an associate clinical social worker I have been working with individuals in acute psychiatric settings in the healthcare industry. I have had the privilege to serve individuals with persistent and severe mental illness, chronic medical concerns, homelessness, and substance use. I am honored to serve the patients of the Hurtt Family Health Clinic.

 

Practice Philosophy

My clinical practice is tailored to the necessity of the person. I utilize a various scope of evidence based treatment modalities to focus on the needs of the individual in order to heal. I believe to achieve the optimal treatment outcome the individual requires a compassionate collaboration amongst the patient and clinician.

Steven Johnson, LCSW

Biography

I graduated from California State University, Los Angeles where I became a Master of Social Work with a concentration in Women, Youth, Children, & Families. I thereafter became a Licensed Clinical Social Worker serving the serious and persistent mental illness, homeless, and substance and alcohol abuse addiction populations. I take great pride in serving patients of the Hurtt Family Health Clinic.

 

Practice Philosophy

My clinical practice is guided by theory, clinical data, and the therapeutic relationship. I use a client-centered approach that places sole focus on the patient to meet his/her desired mental health needs and goals. When clinically appropriate and indicated, I perform a variety of evidence-based practices to best address anxiety, depression, trauma, and addiction. I also practice from a multidisciplinary approach to ensure that the best patient care is provided for optimal health.