Michael George Hofrath MA. Ph.D. Candidate

Michael George Hofrath MA. is a Somatic Jungian-based Depth Psychoanalyst who specializes in body soul healing including complex post-traumatic stress, sexual trauma, relationships issues, depression, anxiety and addictive or compulsive behaviors.

Michael practices out of his at his of office in Malibu and various locations in Westlake Village and Beverly Hills.  He offers mobile therapy, travels to or with clients, and provides on-line tel-coaching via video conference call. 

Michael received his B.A in Business Administration emphasis Marketing Management from Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo, received his MA. in Depth Psychology, emphasis Somatic Studies and is a currently a Ph.D. Candidate working on his dissertation from Pacifica Graduate Institute in Carpinteria.   Michael is trained in cutting-edge trauma processing techniques and somatic body mind healing practices.

Michael's work as the Head of Trauma, Experiential Somatic Depth Psychologist for the Save-A-Warrior Foundation has provided him with a wealth of experiential knowledge surrounding trauma resolution.  He helps military veterans process deep-seeded trauma, negative experiences, limiting belief patterns and other related issues to help warriors process horrific experiences.  This work allows veterans to feel whole again allowing them to finally come home to friends and family.

Michael is committed to continued education in all areas of psychopathology, but has an affinity for current brain science, PTSD-related trauma, affect regulation, sexual trauma, depression and anxiety disorders. He is skilled in numerous body mind therapies and practices.

The focus of his work is aimed at reprocessing traumatic events, while increasing one's sense of secure attachment and connection to others, which helps to re-build self regulation skills that increase resilience to develop healthy coping strategies.