Life Simplified - Winner of 2013 Telly Award

Dr. Tseday Aberra
Clinical Psychologist

Expert in Marriage, Relationships, & Self-Development

Dr. Tseday is one of Southern California’s leading experts on marriage and long-tern relationships. She is a clinical psychologist with 20 years of experience, a decade of which she dedicated to rebuilding and strengthening the family.

The message she spreads is that families are as strong as the relationships on which they are formed. And when marriages are not formed properly, those involved suffer, not to mention its larger impact on society.

Dr. Tseday recognizes this and she has spent most of her expertise developing a methodology tailored to solve marital conflicts and problems. Her practice is spent teaching those who want to be in a relationship how to form a proper long-term relationship and succeed.

Dr. Tseday’s approach to relationship counseling is based on simplicity. The methodology she developed is accordingly called the Life Simplified Concepts (LSC for short).

Her work, duly explained in her latest, highly acclaimed book titled It’s About the “I,” conveys a step-by-step approach to achieving relationship success. In her methodology, she incorporates varied concepts she extracted from the fields of psychology, finance and the law. She offers her services in private individual sessions, couples’ therapy, seminars and workshops.

Dr. Tseday is truly and wholeheartedly committed to building the fabric of our society, one at a time, through marriages and long-term relationships.

About the author

Dr. Tseday is a clinical psychologist and one of the country's leading experts in marriage, relationships, and self development. She advocates a unique and at times controversial approach to the dynamics of marriage and personal development, the necessary element for a successful relationship. Read more »

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