The Team

My practice is supported and enhanced on multiple levels in order to provide the best services to you, my client.

I call upon psychological and psychiatric services to help those special patients in dire need. I also offer specialists in the “Art of Attraction” and the high “Art of Tantra”. I often work hand-in-hand with these specialists to provide not just emergency mental care but a program for lifelong wellbeing and mindfulness.

Mary M. Olsovsky

Mary M. Olsovsky

Mary is a health care leader with 25+ years of comprehensive experience across several disciplines, including: being a turnaround specialist for high-risk patients and their physicians, hypnotherapy specialist, professional coach and mentor for 
workplace-related issues, and a person that “is in your corner” for solving complex situations/issues.    

Mary has worked with Rochelle for over 10 years and is an advocate and supporter of all of her work guidelines and principles.  She is focusing her attention on her hypnotherapy practice and is extremely skilled and accomplished with working with various types of clients.  Mary has a very compassionate energy and is open to assisting her clients with special circumstances that may require “a little help” and a sliding payment scale, when needed.  Mary is a living example of the Law of Attraction and Positive Thinking.  

Mary has the experience of working onsite with other countries, particularly within the Middle East, which has expanded her energy and intuitive “reach” of understanding her clients and overall levels of compassion for various specific issues.  

Dr. Deborah Fein

Deborah Fein

Dr. Deborah Fein is a psychiatrist in private practice providing mental health services in Los Angeles. She also is an Assistant Clinical Professor at the David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA and as well as a member of the American Psychiatric Association.

Dr. Fein completed her undergraduate studies at the University of California, Santa Barbara, where she earned a Bachelor’s of Science in Biopsychology. She completed her medical training at Western University of Health Science, where she became a Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine. As a medical student, she chose to pursue extra training in integrative medicine at the University of Arizona. She then trained as a psychiatrist at the UCLA/San Fernando Valley Program while completing an elective in women’s mental health during her fourth year of residency. She mentored incoming residents throughout her four years of residency training and became the Chief Resident of the Outpatient Veterans Affairs Mental Health Clinic in her final year of training.
Her treatment is focused on providing a personalized experience, throughout the entire course of treatment. Patients are able to contact her directly, which helps to ensure the best possible treatment outcomes.
Treatment recommendations are based on the best current research and clinical evidence available. Dr. Fein will take a medical history and may recommend labs, studies, or referrals to other providers, as appropriate, so that any complicating factors in the treatment can be properly addressed and treated.
Psychiatric treatment may include medication management, psychotherapy, or both.

Dr. Michelle Shuff

Michelle Shuff

Dr. Michelle Shuff is a Board-Certified Psychiatrist who completed her undergraduate studies in Biology and Psychology at the University of California at San Diego. She then completed her Doctor of Medicine degree at the University of California at San Francisco. Additionally she obtained a Master’s degree in Public Health at the University of California at Berkeley.

Dr. Shuff finished her medical training to pursue psychiatry at UCLA.  She spent her first year at Harbor UCLA General Hospital in Torrance, and then the last 3 years at the UCLA Neuropsychiatric Hospital in Westwood. She completed her Residency in 2014.

She has been involved medical research, medical activism and has held several leadership roles. Since graduation she has worked in settings with severe mental illness and patients who have treatment-resistant illness. These experiences have helped Dr. Shuff excel at Psychopharmacology as she has extensive knowledge using a variety of medications.

Dr. Shuff has training in working with diverse populations in a variety of clinical settings. She is warm, compassionate, understanding, and is culturally sensitive. This helps guide Dr. Shuff into forming an accurate diagnosis and medication plan for each individual patient. Services offered include medication management and/or individualized therapy.

Dr. Shuff is fluent in both English and Spanish.


Michael Glock

Born in New Zealand, Michael Glock Ph.D., travels on a German passport, married an American, and lives in the United States of America, safe and warm in L.A., California Dreamin on many a winter’s day.

He is a futurist, author, and philosopher that has created social science methodologies to forecast the future—transformational models for cultural change and personal blossoming. A scholar who has had a private tour of Carl G. Jung’s home on Lake Zurich and presented in the same lecture hall as Jung at the ETH University in Switzerland. Other global presentations include the University of Greenwich in London England, Yale, and Cornell Universities in America, and at the Goethe University in Frankfurt, Germany. Dr. Glock is a cultural creative that combines multi-disciplinary interests and studies with personal and professional experience that irregularly becomes unusually empathetic and an effective guide—helping others discover and unlock inner strengths, creativity, and rewrite futures.

Dr. Michael Glock uses ancient shamanic, and modern Clinical Hypnotherapy, Neuro Linguistic Programming (NLP), ancient Tantra teachings and Depth Psychology to give others the tools they need to make the modifications they want—to become the people they need to be.  

MIchael’s specialties include rebuilding sexual intimacy and ending sexual dysfunctions, programs are designed for individual, partners in significant relationships and married couples.

A recent book project Way Ahead—Medicine Stories combines Depth Psychology and Futuristics that launches personal transformation by creating a royal road to marvelous metamorphosis. A direct route to the place where discovery of unknown creativity is energized, because resilience in the face of radical change is fostered, and a sacred healing space generated for what needs addressing in the present moment.