Embrace Growth, Azita Sayan & Gregory Morgan
Dr. Azita Sayan is a licensed Marriage & Family Therapist and CEO of Embrace Growth. As an internationally recognized radio (KIRN AM 670) and television personality she hosts the popular TV talk show Donyaye Eshgh (Universe of Love) on Chocolate TV. Her seminars, workshops and private sessions teach effective communication, marital selection and intimacy skills. Her clients rapidly develop an enhanced ability to make the right choices, increase intimacy and be confident. Dr. Sayan is the creator of “Unfinished Business”, a powerful technology for completing your past, knowing your authentic self and living your true purpose. She is the author of a woman’s handbook to intimacy “Girl Talk – What Works with Men in Dating, Sex & Marriage”.
She leads seminars and workshops worldwide, is fluent in Farsi, English and French. Her private practice is in Los Angeles.
The Purpose of Embrace Growth
To cause excellence in families, careers and communities by mentoring men & women to fulfill their highest potential as mature leaders so that their love and respect for humanity leaves a Legacy of Honor for future generations.
Embrace Growth is a unique educational company, Serving Los Angeles, Toronto, Hamburg, London, Paris, Yerevan & Dubai. We educate students for both business and personal development. Our purpose is to promote excellence in families, careers and communities by mentoring men & women to fulfill their highest potential as mature leaders so that their love and respect for humanity leaves a Legacy of Honor for future generations.
We work with clients privately in our offices or by telephone and Skype. Our primary focus is working with groups through seminars, workshops, TV shows and tele-conferencing.
Our name is a suggestion to accept and embrace life’s inevitable challenges as an opportunity for Personal Growth.
Appointments can be done trhough Skype or Face time too.
We are committed to being a source of strength, stability and service. We continue to act with responsiveness and responsibility. And we will meet this moment with a deep sense of accountability to each other. Even as “social distancing” becomes the new normal, it is the principle of community and a feeling of connectedness that drives our work.
Jonathan E. Sherin, M.D., Ph.D.
Director, Los Angeles County
Department of Mental Health