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  • “Compassionate psychotherapy, individualized psychiatric evaluation, and mindful medication management tailored to your needs.”


    Life isn’t always easy. Sometimes, even the strongest people amongst us need a little bit of help to work through some of life’s more challenging problems. Everyone has battles to fight and hurdles to overcome at some point. Whether you struggle with anxiety, depression, self-esteem, or any other issue, you should know that there is hope for a better tomorrow.


    The image above is an example of kintsugi, the Japanese art of mending a broken vessel with gold and resins, to make it whole again and even more beautiful than before. The philosophy behind kintsugi — to value an object’s beauty, as well as its imperfections — is the same philosophy I bring to my work: giving people tools to mend and helping them accept and cherish their whole selves, imperfections and all.

    “There is a crack in everything, that’s how the light gets in” ― Leonard Cohen

    You might be initially hesitant to seek out help and support for personal matters, but when you do, you will feel confident that you are taking a courageous first step towards getting to a better place and being a better you.

    If you’re interested in becoming a better, happier, more fulfilled you,

    get started and please get in contact today!

    About Dr. Lauzé

    Dr. Lauzé (pronounce “lō-ZAY”) hails from Maine originally, and completed his undergraduate education at Bowdoin College in Brunswick. He attended Tufts University School of Medicine and completed his psychiatry residency at Harvard/Beth Israel hospital in Boston.

    In residency, he was the Chief Resident of the HIV Psychiatry Service, and after graduation became the Assistant Medical Director of that service at Beth Israel. Dr. Lauzé has a long history of working with HIV+, at-risk, and disenfranchised populations, and people within the LGBTQ+ community. He served as Medical Director of Mental Health Services at the Sidney Borum Jr. Health Center in inner-city Boston, working with the homeless and at-risk adolescents and adults before moving to California and opening a private practice.

    Dr. Lauzé has received awards from his peers for his outstanding contribution to medical student education, and for innovations in using mindfulness practices to alleviate the suffering and to support recovery in persons suffering from substance use disorders.

    His current work is with adults who have their primary residence in CA, WA, NH, or ME, using telehealth to provide the highest quality of service with a wide geographical reach.