Sarah Randall, Psy.D.

“As a psychologist, my foremost priority is to provide a caring, respectful response to my clients’ emotional and psychological needs so that honest personal exploration can take place. I will be there to provide encouragement, sincere feedback, and to support you in change with an individualized plan. Once the source of suffering is clearly seen, discussed openly, and solutions are generated, joy and personal growth have the opportunity to return.”

Sarah Randall, Psy.D.

“As a psychologist, my foremost priority is to provide a caring, respectful response to my clients’ emotional and psychological needs so that honest personal exploration can take place. I will be there to provide encouragement, sincere feedback, and to support you in change with an individualized plan. Once the source of suffering is clearly seen, discussed openly, and solutions are generated, joy and personal growth have the opportunity to return.”

Dr. Sarah Randall received her doctorate in clinical psychology from the Pepperdine University Graduate School of Education and Psychology. She is a licensed psychologist (PSY26016). She works with individuals and couples and has advanced training in perinatal mental health, cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), and Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT). A lifelong learner, she is always expanding her therapeutic toolkit to be able to find solutions that fit the unique needs of her clients.

Perinatal Mental Health

Postpartum depression, postpartum anxiety, postpartum OCD, postpartum PTSD, baby blues, and miscarriage (loss and grief). Mothers and fathers suffer differently and both deserve compassion and help. Nursing and pumping are welcomed!

Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder

Every life includes tragedy, and some tragedies are traumatic, making it difficult to process and move on. PTSD can be treated and recovered from using specialized, evidence-based therapeutic techniques that encourage post-traumatic growth and wellness.

Mood and Anxiety Disorders

Whether you are experiencing depression, OCD, panic, or Generalized Anxiety for the first time or on an episodic basis, please know that there is hope and treatment to help you live a full life.

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)

CBT is a collaborative and structured form of therapy aimed at identifying and decreasing unhelpful thought and behavior patterns and working to build alternative skills and coping strategies.

Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT)

ACT is a collaborative therapeutic intervention that helps patients live more meaningfully in the present, having greater freedom to enjoy what they value, and to suffer less when experiencing uncomfortable emotions.

Exposure Therapies

Exposure therapies help people recover through systematically facing their fears and developing counteractive relaxation techniques and coping skills.

Pepperdine University Graduate School of Education and Psychology
Clinical Psychology, Psy.D. 2010

California State University-Northridge
Psychology, B.A. 2002

Psychologist 
Blue Sky Psychiatry
2019 – Present

Psychologist 
Calabasas Behavioral Health
2011 – 2019

Pepperdine University
Adjunct Faculty
2011 – 2014

Psychology Intern
VA Sepulveda Ambulatory Care Center
2008 – 2009

Extern
Harbor-UCLA Dual Diagnosis Program
2006 – 2007

The International Honor Society in Psychology American Psychological Association (APA)
Psi Chi Member

American Psychological Association (APA)
Member, 2005-present

Los Angeles Psychological Association (LACPA)
Member, 2011-present

Los Angeles CAMFT
Member and Presenter

Multidisciplinary treatment of depression using Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (TMS)
Los Angeles County Psychological Association (with Joel Crohn, PhD), 2014