ENGLISH / ESPAÑOL: 310-258-9677


Counseling for Adults and Children

Open Paths offers therapeutic counseling in English and Spanish to members of the community who are unable to afford standard fees for mental health services. Some of the services include individual, marital, child and family therapy, group therapy and parenting education.

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Our Mission

Open Paths Counseling Center’s mission is to meet the evolving mental health needs of the community through quality counseling for individuals and families at affordable fees; free therapy programs for at-risk children and youth in local schools; and a highly respected therapist training program.

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Conveniently located in Culver City

5731 W. Slauson Ave.
Suite 175
Culver City, CA 90230

310 258-9677

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Servicios en Español

Open Paths ofrece una variedad de servicios para adultos, niños, y adolescentes en inglés y español. También se ofrece un programa de entrenamiento para terapeutas y la oportunidad para ser voluntario. Los servicios son proporcionados por profesionales licenciados y terapeutas en entrenamiento en el área de la salud mental y son dirigidos a las necesidades y situación financiera del cliente.

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Zari HedayatZari Hedayat, Ph.D. MFT

310-258-9737 | zari@openpaths.org

Zari Hedayat, Ph.D, LMFT has been in private practice since 1986.
She holds a certificate in Psychoanalytic psychotherapy from the Wright Institute L.A; is a certified infant mental health specialist from the Early Childhood Foundation of Cedar Sinai Medical Center; holds a level II EMDR certificate, and is trained in neurofeedback.

She has been a supervisor for Valley Community Clinic, and the primary supervisor for Colors LGBTQ youth Program at the Antioch University Counseling Center.

Dr. Hedayat has been a faculty at Antioch University since 1993. She has two publications in the international Journal for the Psychology of Religion and three book chapters in APA published textbooks. She also had the pleasure to serve on the 2005 APA presidential task on enhancing diversity.