Gabriella Calò Siegel, Psy.D.
Dr. Calò received her doctorate in Clinical Psychology with a Multicultural Clinical Emphasis from CSPP, Los Angeles, California's largest and oldest school for Psychologists. Dr. Calò was a Post-Doctoral Fellow in Psychoanalysis at the prestigious Wright Institute Los Angeles as well in the nationally recognized Susan B. Krevoy Eating Disorders Program Dr. Calò is a member of the Psychology & Child Development Advisory Board at Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo, CA; NAMI (National Alliance on Mental Illness), and the National Anger Management Association.
Dr. Calò is the Clinical Director at Anger Detox, an Anger Management & Intensive Outpatient Program. In addition to her work with patients in private practice, Dr. Calò is part of the elite Clinical Staff at Bridges to Recovery in Bel Air, where she works with high-profile clientele suffering from trauma, mood & anxiety disorders. Bridges to Recovery is one of the first residential mental health facilities in its class to receive certification by the State Department of Mental Health and the State Department of Social Services. Dr. Calò also serves as Clinical Supervisor of the L.A. Gay & Lesbian Center. She particularly enjoys opportunities to work with people from ethnically and culturally diverse backgrounds.
Dr. Calò's clinical interests include complex trauma and dissociative symptoms, as well as high-risk & impulse-control behaviors, such as self-injury, sexual behaviors, addiction, eating disorders, dysmorphia, body image, family issues, positive psychology, positive emotions, psychology of intercultural adaptation and multiculturalism. Dr. Calò is fluent in English and in Italian.