Laurie Singer

Founder - Therapist - Author at Laurie Singer Behavorial Sciences
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Laurie Singer (M.S., LMFT, BCBA) is a licensed Psychotherapist, Board-Certified Behavior Analyst and family/child therapist who heads the successful and long-established Laurie Singer Behavioral Services, Inc. in Camarillo, CA.

She and her team of 20 behavioral analysts and therapists use an uncommon, integrated Behavioral and Cognitive therapy strategy to help those facing a wide variety of mental health issues.

Her first book, released in April, 2021, is titled "You're Not Crazy: Living with Anxiety, Obsessions and Fetishes." Using case studies from her successful practice, delivered in a digestible, narrative format and including worksheets designed for the individual to take control of their lives, the book's goal is to help those who suffer deeply from anxiety and mental health concerns. Particularly those which have been exacerbated by the devastating pandemic.

She earned her post-graduate certification in Applied Behavioral Analysis from Kaplan University. She began her college studies at Oxnard College and at UCLA, and completed her undergraduate degree at UCSB. She received her masters from Cal State Northridge in Educational Psychology and proceeded to earn a license in Marriage and Family Therapy. Laurie has been a practicing Behavioral Specialist since 1995 and in private practice since 2004.

Since losing her two-year-old son Jacob Singer to cancer in 1987, she has coordinated an annual fun run and fundraiser (Jacob’s Run) in support of Children’s Hospital Los Angeles’s Child Life Program, which provides playrooms and support for patients and their families. Laurie is also an endurance athlete, having made running 100-mile races nearly routine and completing 28 ultra-marathons of 31 miles or longer. She’s a 3-time Ironman competitor, a designation that requires swimming 2.4 miles, biking 112-miles and running a full 26.2-mile marathon in one day. In 2017 she was recognized for her accomplishments as an inductee into the Ventura County Sports Hall of Fame.

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