Abigail Sangco, A.M.F.T.
Available for In Person & Virtual Sessions
I am an Associate Marriage and Family Therapist. I earned my Master of Arts degree in Clinical Psychology from Antioch University, Los Angeles. I also hold a Bachelor of Arts degree in Music Therapy from California State University, Northridge. My passion for mental health is intertwined with my passion for the arts. From youth, I have been intrigued with the human mind, as well as the mechanism of creative expression as an agent of change and avenue for connection. This has led me to pursue a multidisciplinary education and gain clinical experience in a variety of service settings as a board-certified music therapist, with the bulk of my pre-Daybreak experience providing holistic care to hospice patients and their families. In my counseling work, I have worked with a range of issues that include grief/loss, burnout, codependency, anxiety, depression, self-esteem, life transitions, minority stress, and relational issues. My approach to therapy is eclectic, collaborative, strength-based and culturally sensitive. I draw from psychodynamic, person-centered, humanistic-existential, experiential, and narrative therapeutic approaches, however I remain open to incorporating other tools and frameworks that may serve our work together. It is my goal to meet you where you are and hold a safe, non-judgmental space for you to simply be. I consider you to be the expert on your life and am ready to be curious with you, honoring the many facets of your identity throughout our process. I want to support you in embracing and empowering your resourcefulness and authenticity, whether relating to yourself or others in your life. To inquire about setting an appointment with me, please call our business phone number at (562) 566-4257.