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A cozy open room with wooden floor, plants, soft cushions and velvet curtains.
LA clinic photo

Field Trip Los Angeles

Field Trip Health Centers exist to bring people to life through evidence-based, medically-supervised psychedelic therapies. We intentionally design our spaces for your healing journey—clean, quiet, and alive with light and plant life, we have reimagined the health center to be a calming oasis inspired by all of the peaceful aspects of nature.

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Address

1538 20th St. Santa Monica, CA 90404

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Monday – Friday: 8:00am – 6pm
Saturday: 9am – 2pm

Call: 1-888-519-6016

Fax: 1-855-940-4088

Information

Our Los Angeles location is conveniently located one block away from both the 17th St/SMC metro station and the Santa Monica/20th bus stop.

We have a free gated parking lot with 15 spaces available at our location. Please use the gate code 8351.

Enter in the address’ front door, walk to the second door on your right and up one flight of stairs. You’ll find our entrance on the second floor. Walk in the door to the left of the wooden Field Trip sign and our receptionist will be happy to assist you.

The Field Trip Los Angeles Team

Meet our team of experienced medical and mental health professionals.

Angela An

Angela An

Psychotherapist

Angela is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist specializing in the treatment of trauma. Additionally, she trained at the Polaris Insight Center in Ketamine-Assisted Psychotherapy. Prior to joining Field Trip, Angela worked extensively with individuals suffering from addiction, suicidality, chronic illness and trauma, especially amongst the immigrant population. As an Integrative and Holistic Psychotherapist, she utilizes various therapeutic modalities, including Psychedelic-Assisted Therapy, to facilitate healing and wholeness, guiding individuals on their path to mental, physical, interpersonal and spiritual balance. Her therapeutic practice also draws on her background in yoga, mindfulness and eastern philosophy.

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Shantale Person

Shantale Person

Medical Office Administrator

Shantale is a Biology major and community advocate with a specialized interest in holistic wellness and plant-based therapies. With a long history of working within the medical field, she is skilled in managing the care and experience of patients by using a compassionate and empathetic approach. Shantale is dedicated to increasing the awareness of holistic wellness in marginalized communities by destigmatizing perceptions through education and mentorship.

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Steve Friedlander

Steve Friedlander

Psychotherapist

I am an LMFT and CATC IV. I have worked extensively in the field of addictions. I have a passion for Eastern mysticism and the arena of Human development having delved deeply into this field over the past two decades. I bring an integrative (mind/body) approach to my work and have trained in the post structural modality of narrative therapy. I am a trained somatic experiencing practitioner, a trauma informed modality and also am deeply inspired by Transpersonal and Jungian psychology. Previous life endeavors included a life in entertainment as a musician

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May Fakhriyazdi

May Fakhriyazdi

Nurse Practitioner + Clinic Manager

May is a Board Certified Family Nurse Practitioner with over a decade of experience in the healthcare industry. She graduated with her Bachelor of Science in Nursing and Bachelor of Science in Psychology in 2014. After graduating, May worked as a Registered Nurse in various disciplines of medicine ranging from oncology, neuroscience-telemetry, as well as asthma, allergy, and immunology. May graduated from the University of Southern California with her Master of Science in Nursing and soon thereafter, certified as a Family Nurse Practitioner. She is also a certified Holistic Health Coach afforded by the Institute for Integrative Nutrition and is the Founder and Host of 'May's Anatomy', a podcast dedicated to nursing, healthcare, health and wellness. She is an active member of the American Association for Nurse Practitioners, American Nurses Association, and the California Association for Nurse Practitioners. As a medical provider, May focuses on three pillars of patient care including: bio-individuality, primary food, as well as motivational interviewing. She follows a holistic approach to healing medicine and believes in the interconnectedness of the mind-body-soul paradigm.

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