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New International Journal of Choice Therapy and Reality Therapy featuring Dr. Brandi Roth

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About Dr. Brandi Roth

Dr. Brandi RothBRANDI ROTH, Ph.D. is a licensed Psychologist in private practice in Beverly Hills, California.  Dr. Roth's counseling practice specializes in conflict resolution with adults, and families.  She assists children with academic and behavioral problems.  She provides comprehensive neuropsychological evaluations.  Dr. Roth holds a Ph.D. degree in Counseling Psychology, specializing in marriage, family and child counseling, as well as teaching credentials.  Dr. Roth previously worked in education as a regular and special classroom teacher, educational therapist, administrative specialist and in-service instructor.  She is a consultant to therapeutic and educational organizations in the public and private sectors.

Dr. Roth is the co-author of five books: Choosing the Right School for Your Child is a nationwide guide and workbook for families selecting elementary and secondary schools for their children.  Secrets to School Success, Guiding Your Child Through a Joyous Learning Experience provides practical tools to encourage children and families to have an effective and joyous school experience. Role Play Handbook: Understanding and Teaching the New Reality Therapy  teaches Choice Theory through role play. Relationship Counseling With Choice Theory Strategies presents information and action plans  for couples counseling. Contemporary Issues in Couples Counseling exploring challenging issues in relationships. 

Dr. Roth's seminars train other therapists and educators in counseling techniques, behavior management, and compensatory strategies for individuals with special learning styles.  She has more than thirty years of extensive experience in education encompassing classroom teaching and program administration as well as staff development, in-service training, consulting, and lecturing.


  • Individual psychotherapy of adults, families and children, with primary focus on life stresses, increasing self-esteem, in personal, work and relationship success.
  • Treatment of relationship and family dynamics
  • Treatment of children with problems of self-image, reduced academic performance, school adjustment and behavioral problems.
  • Comprehensive neuropsychological evaluations to assess individual learning process, including psychological, intellectual and/or neuropsychological areas.
  • Client advocacy to facilitate optimum school placement and monitoring through interaction with school staff and other professionals.