Kalea Chapman, Psy.D.


Hello, my name is Kalea Chapman, Psy.D. I’m a licensed clinical psychologist in the State of California (Lic# PSY22202).

My practice is in the Los Feliz neighborhood of Los Angeles, easily accessed from Silver Lake, Glendale, Echo Park, Glassell Park, Mt. Washington, West Hollywood, Hollywood, Studio City, and yes, Pasadena.

My homepage is here, at kaleachapman.wordpress.com. You can read a little about me there.

Here’s the new Atwater office address:

3401 Glendale Avenue
Los Angeles, CA  90039
(323) 559-4800.

If you like, you can email me here: kaleachapmanpsyd @ gmail.com  — but please note that email is NOT a confidential means of communication.

Once you decide to make an appointment, download the intake form (from the link in the banner, top right) and we can go over it together when you come in.

About the Blog
This site is for informational purposes only, and should not be construed as advice or psychotherapy. This blog has gone from multiple updates per week, to monthly updates, to bimonthly updates. It will no doubt be updated more frequently, at some point in the future. Check back from time to time.

Kalea Chapman, Psy.D.

5 thoughts on “Kalea Chapman, Psy.D.”

  1. Hi, Kalea, and congratulations, this is a nice blog! I found it through Google Blog Search, so you are being picked up for searches on mindfulness, and that’s great. My own psychotherapy practice is in Kansas City, and I run a couple of blogs, as well. I use mindfulness-based interventions with my patients, and also train grad students and professionals.

    And I totally understand the name/gender thing… people often think I am a man… I really need a hyper-feminine photo to publish on my blogs… another thing for my to-do list!

    Best wishes,



  2. Hi Dr Chapman
    I came across your blog through a link to your article about the use of iPods with people with Asperger’s. A friend’s son has the syndrome and I was doing some reading to better understand it.
    I had a bit of a giggle about the name issue — my first name is Kim, and most think I am female — not so. 🙂
    Cheers from Brisbane, Australia.


  3. Hello Dr. Chapman,

    I came across your site when I did a search for negative bias and thoroughly enjoyed the Rick Hanson video that you posted in June. It made my day! Interesting details and valuable takeaways.

    Thank you!

    Mona C.


    1. Hi Mona,

      Delighted to hear you found something of value here! I hope to post some more mindfulness materials in the not-too-distant future, perhaps even a list of mindfulness links.

      Take care,
      Dr. Chapman


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