Jeanne Prinzivalli
Jeanne Prinzivalli
Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist



LMFT #52833



about Jeanne Prinzivalli, M.A, LMFT

I am a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist in private practice in los angeles, ca.     

I specialize in helping clients create and sustain healthy relationships through both individual and couples therapy.  I will guide you towards identifying your expectations and ideals versus needs, increasing positive dialogue, assessing and setting boundaries, having compassion for yourself and your partner, and learning how to trust within the relationship.  My goal is for you to have a solid internal foundation that will empower you to confidently maneuver through your relationship dynamic.

  • Understand what you really need in any relationship

  • Trust and appreciate yourself

  • Engage in positive self-talk

  • Know when and how to set boundaries for yourself

  • Have compassion and understanding for yourself and your partner

  • Be empowered to communicate more effectively

  • Develop a solid internal foundation

  • Maneuver through your relationship more confidently

Utilizing psychodynamic and Cognitive Behavioral theories, while also accessing tools from numerous other orientations, we will go on an explorative journey together.  If desired, we can use the Prepare/Enrich Inventory to help support the couples therapy.  together We will explore new tools to function in a new way in your world. 

Progress is impossible without change, and those who cannot change their minds cannot change anything.
— George Bernard Shaw


Session and payment info

Individual and couples therapy

60 minutes $160

I offer individual and couple's therapy for adults and young adults.  Sessions are 60 minutes long unless discussed otherwise.  I offer sessions in my Los Angeles office, or via live video, or via phone.  All required sessions follow HIPPA compliance. 

Payment is made at the time of the session by cash, check or credit card.  

If using In-Network insurance: copays or co-insurances may be required.  Please check with your insurance company.  Required payments are due at the time of the session.  I presently accept in-network: Aetna, Ceridian, Cigna, Galaxy Health, Mutliplan, Tricare, Beacon La Care, HealthNet, United Healthcare

If using Out-of-Network insurance: I will provide you will a superbill to mail to insurance for a reimbursement.  Please check that you have out-of-network coverage.  

One’s destination is never a place, but a new way of seeing things.
— Henry Miller




Jeanne Prinzivalli, M.A, LMFT #52833               
Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist    

Phone: (310) 853-1536           Email:

Office Location: 10642 Santa Monica Blvd, Suite 209, Los Angeles, CA 90025
Mailing Address: PO Box 341361, Los Angeles, CA 90034

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Whole Person Magazine Advice Column: July 2016

Question: Why do our partners promise to change, but then don't?

Answer: When we love another we want to create the best environment for the relationship to flourish.  If we are able to compromise for the better good, we will.  However, if what we are promising conflicts with our core self, the changes will not be able to sustain themselves and both partners will end up disappointed.  

               To the partner promising to change:  It's best to be honest with yourself and your partner regarding your limitations and boundaries in a relationship.  What are you willing to compromise non and what are you capable of?  If you offer to change something you don't believe in or is part of your core self, the changes will not sustain themselves.  By being honest, you are respecting yourself and your partner.  If the changes are not within your limitations and boundaries perhaps the relationship needs reevaluation.  

              To the partner asking for change:  It's best to identify if your expectations are idealistic or realistic.  Are you asking your partner to make changes that are too different from his/her belief systems and core self?  If so, you will end up disappointed when he/she can't sustain the changes.  Sometimes a good match is not a good enough match in terms of getting what you truly need in a relationship.

               On the other hand, it's possibly your expectations are idealistic and it's time to reevaluate and identify your relationship needs.  What do you need from a partner and what is an absolute deal breaker?  The remaining items belong in the gray area.  You may be surprised how much that opens up opportunities to finding a great match.