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Our Parent & Me Team:

Dr. Jill Campbell

Program Director

Dr. Jill Campbell, PsyD is a licensed clinical psychologist with over 20 years of experience in early child development, parenting and women's issues. As an intern at The Jewish Board of Family and Children's Services, Jill worked in their therapeutic nursery school with special-needs preschoolers. Dr. Campbell completed her post-doctoral training at Cedars Sinai Early Childhood Center in Los Angeles. Jill has worked in private practice and for a group pediatric practice in Encino. Currently Dr. Campbell is the staff psychologist at The Pump Station and Nurtury. She provides a variety of services to mothers and their families including psychotherapy sessions, parenting consultations and classes.

Jasmine Abu-Dalu

Jasmine Abu-Dalu, MFTI, PsyD is an MFTI and has completed her clinical doctorate coursework. Her professional experience is rooted in 4 years of clinical practice with children ages 2-18 and their families. She is a beaming new mommy of a baby boy and a toddler girl. She is passionate about the empowering impact of motherhood and the bond it creates for all women.

Rachel Brousseau, LMFT, RDT is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist and Registered Drama Therapist with a private practice in Burbank. She specializes in helping clients transitioning into parenthood, perinatal mood and anxiety disorders, motherhood identity and artistic anxiety. Rachel is also a certified Gottman “Bringing Baby Home” facilitator, helping couples create a solid foundation in their relationship when baby arrives. Rachel is the proud mother of a smart and curious preschool daughter.
Dr. Corina Constantin Dr. Corina Constantin, Ph.D. is a licensed clinical psychologist and works at UCLA Medical Center, Santa Monica. She specializes in treating children and families who have experienced trauma and other difficulties, including depression, anxiety, grief and loss, and posttraumatic stress. Dr. Constantin works from an attachment-based theory, focusing on the relationship between parent and child and on fostering growth and positive experiences. Mindful parenting and being kind to oneself are some of the cornerstone principals in her practice. She also facilitates educational and process psychotherapy groups for parents and loves sharing her knowledge and experience of this incredible journey of parenthood. She is the proud mother of a funny, delightful, and strong-willed one-year-old daughter.
Marilee Hartling

Marilee Hartling, RN, MFT is a registered nurse and infant/child development specialist, who worked for many years in maternal-child nursing, and led the "First Weeks Group" at Cedars- Sinai Medical Center prior to conducting groups privately. Marilee also worked as an early intervention nurse for many years. Marilee is a licensed child and family therapist and a sleep consultant. She specializes in working as a therapist with parents, infants and children from birth to age 10 in her private practice in West Hollywood.  Marilee is the mother of 4 grown children, and is also a grandmother.

The Top Ten Reasons for your Baby to do "Tummy Time" by Marilee Hartling from The Pump Station Blog

Tracy Hofstatter

Tracy Hofstatter, LMFT, ATR is a licensed psychotherapist working with adults, adolescents, and children in private practice. She earned her Masters degree in Marital and Family Therapy with a specialization in Clinical Art Therapy from Loyola Marymount University, where she is currently a faculty lecturer and therapist, supervising graduate students and providing art therapy to adolescent mothers. She is the joyful mother of a sweet toddler boy, and passionate about supporting new mothers in the ups and downs of their transition to motherhood.


Julia Kantor, LMFT is a licensed psychotherapist in private practice working with adults, couples and families. She loves helping new moms gain confidence as they learn about themselves and their babies. Julia is the mom of two young children.
Laurie Kinigstein

Laurie Kinigstein, LCSW is a licensed psychotherapist in private practice in West LA, specializing in perinatal mental health issues and postpartum adjustment challenges. Laurie also works for Jewish Family Service of Los Angeles where she facilitates support groups and provides individual therapy in the New Moms Connect program. She received her master's degree in Social Work from the University of Wisconsin and subsequently worked as a child and adolescent psychotherapist for over ten years prior to expanding her specialization to include parenting support and postpartum depression. Laurie's experience parenting twin daughters has led to her passion for supporting new moms as they attempt to navigate their unique parenting journeys.


Beth Weisman Beth Weisman, MA has been an early childhood educator, parent education facilitator and school director for more than a decade. She received an Early Childhood Administrator and Supervisor's credential from UCLA. Beth has enjoyed developing programming and curriculum as well as working closely with young children, parents and other early childhood educators at Temple Israel of Hollywood, Wilshire Boulevard Temple and IKAR's Early Childhood Center. She is passionate about thoughtful and respectful parenting and very excited to be joining the incredible group of educators at The Pump Station. She has a daughter in college, a son in high school, and a very patient husband.