Shelley Horner, MA, MFT


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Communication for Relationships

Shelley Horner is a licensed Marriage & Family Therapist who shares her insight and proven techniques to improve communication in all types of relationships, from personal to professional. She has spent more than 20 years helping hundreds of people through her presentations, classes and psychotherapy. Her special ability to engage people in the process of personal change makes Shelley a sought after therapist and public speaker. Shelley's enthusiasm and positive attitude toward everyone's potential to develop strong communication skills captures people's attention when they meet with her. Shelley has a thriving private practice where she helps individuals, couples, and families. She finds that giving parenting classes really helps people feel better and live a more fulfilling lives.. Shelley considers herself a coach that can help you to become the person you want to be.  She is also active in the community as a public speaker. Shelley wants to encourage all people to be effective communicators in every aspect of their lives.

Shelley will teach you how to remove blocks and strengthen your communication skills, allowing you to experience a better connection with yourself and others. Developing strong communication skills is the single most effective way to build better relationships with everyone in your life. Shelley wants to help you learn how to regulate your emotions so that you don't experience anxiety, depression, or chronic anger. Learn how to change your thought patterns in order to live a happier life. Whether you want to improve yourself or improve relationships, Shelley has the answers. Learn to practice the five keys to living a truly authentic and happy life.

Shelley Horner, MA, MFT
License #MFT 33592
22231 Mulholland Hwy., #213
Calabasas, CA 91302
(818) 345-8022


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