Eleanor Haspel-Portner

Live a Life you Love. Let me be your guide.
Clinical Psychologist
45 years in practice
  • 865 Napoli Drive
  • Pacific Palisades,CA

About Eleanor Haspel-Portner

Life is precious. When you live, fully present with yourself, radiating love from the core of your being you live a well-balanced happy life. I provide guidance that helps you live a life you love, let me be your guide.

Ever since I can remember, I’ve seen energy around people, and I’ve asked questions that explored the depth of consciousness. I always wanted to understand the choices people made, and the impact their choices made on them and their life.

When I finished my Ph.D. at the University of Chicago, I began to reflect on my own inner future and that of my young children. It became clear to me that my life purpose was/is to help and teach others the skills I learned along my own path to self-awareness and consciousness, to help others make conscious choices along their own path.

As an expert in the areas of esoteric wisdom, scientific discovery, and psychology, and with a Ph.D. from the University of Chicago, Committee on Human Development, the first interdisciplinary Social Science Department in the US. I have a depth perspective of the psyche and the world.

It has been my honor and joy to guide and mentor clients for the past 45 years, and I continue to do so. Let me help you live a happy balanced life. I know how to guide you to achieve wholeness.

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Your life here matters and being present in it so you feel joy in yourself and your surroundings is important in creating your sense of ease and balance. No one can predict, for sure, what happens after death because consciousness transcends boundaries and limits we tend to impose on it. That said... more

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