Dr. Regine Muradian is a licensed clinical psychologist, children’s author, speaker, consultant and mental health advocate. In her clinical practice, Dr. Muradian works with children, adolescents, and adults who present with a wide range of emotional stressors. She specializes in Anxiety and is a Certified Clinical Anxiety Treatment Professional (CCATP), ADHD, Depression, Eating Disorders/Body Image and Executive Functioning Training. Dr. Muradian is also a specialist in Psychological and Neuropsychological Assessments.
In her consulting work, Dr. Muradian has spearheaded a variety of workshops on positive parenting and often presents on a wide variety of topics. Dr. Muradian has provided intensive supervision and training to doctoral interns as they acquired skills in clinical practice and psychological assessments. She has also served on the medical staff at the Good Samaritan Hospital and was the Director of Behavioral Health Services.
She received her undergraduate degree in International Relations/Business Marketing from the University of Southern California. She also received a Master’s degree in Clinical Psychology followed by Doctorate in Clinical Psychology with a specialty in Children, Adolescents and Families. She completed her training at Cedars Sinai, Children’s Hospital and the Glen Roberts Child Study Center.
Dr. Muradian is a published children’s author. Her first book, Franky and the Worry Bees was released during the pandemic as she found children and teens were having a difficult time connecting and staying motivated over zoom. She has two more books as part of her Franky series coming out in 2021 titled, Franky and His Homeschool Adventures and Franky and His Special Talent. Dr. Muradian knows how to keep your child motivated and help parents create positive change in their lives.
Dr. Muradian has been featured as a national renowned parent expert in outlets not limited to: Good Day LA, Daily Mail TV, Architectural Digest, FabFitFun, Huffington Post, Nike, MSN, CV Weekly, Thrive Global, and Healthline.