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Lucy Cotter, MA, MFT

Antioch University Los Angeles

Lucy Cotter, MFT, is Co-founder and Marriage Family Therapist at the Narrative Couples Center in Los Angeles, working collaboratively with couples, individuals and families. She holds an MA in Child/Marriage Counseling from Pacific Oaks College, and an MFA from Otis College of Art. As an Adjunct Faculty member at Antioch University, she teaches courses that include The Psychology of Couples in Fiction and Film, Postmodern Psychotherapies, Critical Psychology, Existential Psychology: Roots, Theory and Practice, Narrative and Brief Therapy, among others. Lucy has a passion for postmodern theory and social constructionist ideas. Her 25 years of experience as a fine artist informs the creativity she brings to her work as a teacher and psychotherapist.

Educational History

MA in Marriage, Family and Child Counseling, Pacific Oaks CollegeMFA in Fine Arts, Otis College of Art and Design
BA in Art and Literature, Bennington College

Lucy Cotter

Adjunct Faculty,

BA in Liberal Studies

Adjunct Faculty,

MA in Psychology


Courses Taught

Brief Therapy (PSY 509)
Introduction to Narrative Therapy (PSY 564E)
Critical Psychology (PSY 327A)
Postmodern Psychotherapies (PSY 464)
The Psychology of Couples in Fiction and Film (PSY 360A)
Existential Psychology: Roots, Theory & Practice (PSY 308A)

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