I truly believe in the resiliency of the human spirit; that everyone is capable of change and
growth. My role as a therapist is to provide you space to explore and discover your intrinsic strengths. I
see therapy as a collaborative process, where we work together, to transform a problem. My goal is to
have you end therapy more self-aware, more self-compassionate, and more whole.
My treatment Modalities include: Psychodynamic and Attachment-based psychotherapy,
Gestalt, Humanistic, Solution-Focused, Cognitive Behavioral and Sex Therapy.

"Even a happy life cannot be without a measure of darkness, and the word happy would lose its meaning if it were not balanced by sadness. It is far better to take things as they come along with patience and equanimity." - Carl Jung

​Meghan Cleveland is a registered Marriage and Family Therapist Associate with Eye of the Storm Therapy working under the supervision of Almog Shanun, LMFT. Masters of Psychology from Brandman University. She has experience working with substance abuse and compulsive behaviors, mood and anxiety disorders, grief, and trauma. Meghan also has experience working with adults, families and adolescents.
Meghan is particularly passionate about helping the LGBTQ+ population, as well as individuals and couples experiencing sexual issues. Meghan is Poly and Kink-aware, and affirmative of alternative
lifestyles. Meghan understands that many clients are not comfortable discussing sexuality and gender in therapy due to fearing judgement. Meghan aims to create an atmosphere of acceptance and support,
which allows her clients to feel safe to be themselves.

"To live is to suffer, to survive is to find some meaning in the suffering" -Friedrich Nietzsche

I believe therapy is one of the greatest gifts that we can give to ourselves. It is an opportunity to explore and learn about the mysteries of our inner self. When I am working with a client both of us discover a vast new world that waits to unfold.

I studied at Pacifica Graduate Institute, a graduate school dedicated to discovering the inner contents of the self and the secrets of the archetypes of our humanity. I believe in working with my clients face to face, together, by sharing a journey in order to learn about the hardships of today while gaining knowledge about  past and present experiences. 

I believe in and encourage my client’s strength and ability to solve their own problems and become the healers of their own wounds. I work as a guide and as a fellow traveller in your journey toward self discovery.  With every step we take toward discovery, I work hand in hand with my clients, letting them lead in finding the sources of their suffering and their capability to heal them. 

Treatment Modalities: Person Centered Therapy, Post Jungian, Family Systems, Trauma Theory, Sex Therapy, and working within the Feminine Principle. I work with LGBTQ community and with all kind of diversity. At Eye Of The Storm counseling I specialize with Adolescents, Adults, Relationships, Individuation, Immigration, Life Changes, Depression, Anxiety, Trauma, Sexual Issues,  Personal Growth and Development, Life Style issues, and Court referrals.


Nicolette Fugette, Associate Marriage and Family Therapist  #108169

Meghan Cleveland,LMFT 
Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist #111436

Meghan's Style of Therapy in Monrovia

​Nicolette Fugette is a registered Marriage and Family Therapist Associate with Eye of the Storm Therapy working under the supervision of Almog Shanun, LMFT. Nicolette  received her master’s degree in master’s degree in marital and family therapy from Fuller Theological Seminary in 2018. She pursues therapy from a holistic approach, being sensitive to individual cultural and familial factors that are present. In addition, her background in religious studies has made her equipped to work with individuals of various religious practices. Nicolette goal is to learn from each client about what they consider to be important.

 Her certifications include:Level 1 and 2 of Restoration Therapy
 Prepare/Enrich (couples assessment), Trauma-Focused CBT and CTG   training for childhood traumatic grief.


Dr. Shanun is dedicated to provide an accepting safe space for individuals, couples and families, teenagers, adults and older adults. LGBTQ+ affirmative.
Treatment modalities: Psychodynamic, existential, and family systems.
Professional affiliation: American Psychological Association and APA Practice Organization.

Our Therapists

Dr. Shanun is a licensed clinical psychologist working with couples relationships, intimacy, sexuality, trust and open relationships. Focused on creating meaning, freedom, facing existential fears, connection with underlying emotions and healing reenacted struggles and trauma.

Specialization in trauma work, abuse and sexual assault, addiction and recovery, safety and severe and persistent mental illness.

Almog's Style of Therapy in Monrovia

Dr. Shanun's Style of Therapy in Monrovia

Almog is Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist. Almog has been practicing therapy for the last 5 years with large diversity of clients. He works with individuals, couples, and families. He has a variety of skills from working with severe trauma to court cases; LGBTQ and diversity issues.

Almog's unique understanding of working with teenagers, athletes, veterans, and life style issue and extensive experience working with them.

Professional Affiliations: California Association of Marriage and Family Therapy (CAMFT); San Gabriel  Association of Marriage and Family Therapy (SGV-CAMFT)

Nicolette's Style of Therapy in Monrovia

Dr. Shir Shanun Psy.D.

Licensed clinical Psychologist PSY25481

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"Sooner or later something seems to call us onto a particular path... this is what I must do, this is what I've got to have. This is who I am." - James Hillman 

It takes a lot of courage to decide to come to therapy and to walk through that door. Whether it is your first time in a therapy room or you are transitioning into a new season with a new therapist, you are the expert of what you need. I aspire to help my clients to gain insight into what type of therapy and therapist is a best suit for them and their growth.
There are many reasons to seek out therapy- some clients are looking for something in their life to change and others are looking for ways to cope with the things that they cannot change. Oftentimes, our change ends up coming in ways that we do not expect. I help my clients to be able to trust the process and be open to the possibilities to come.

"though the phisicality of death destroys us, the idea of death may save us"-Irvin Yalom

In our search to fulfill ourselves, find meaning and survive our suffering, therapy offers us a safe sanctuary where we can take a genuine look at ourselves and our relationships. Therapy is a place to explore our deepest secrets and desires, get to know our wishes and overcome our fears. To find our path to transcend and bring change into our existence. Therapy is a journey we take to discover our meaning in life and relationships. Together we work to understand what is underlying our conflicts and what keeps us repeating the things we are struggling to change. Therapy is a path to transform suffering into growth and heal the trauma of the past.

I have the privilege of witnessing my clients journey, to help them identify the barriers on their path and their reconnection with themselves and others. I will be there with you as we discover that which awaits underneath our awareness and in the shadows. I'll be at your side as we endure the storms of unknown territories in our pursuit of inner treasures of intimacy with yourself and with loved ones.

I see intimacy and sexuality, meaning and freedom as important components of relationships. As human beings we have needs to be recognized and nurtured. I am determined to support diversity as I work with LGBTQ, Life Style, polyamory and open relationships as well as diverse race, ethnicity, gender, disability, sexual orientation, and acculturation.

Almog Shanun, LMFT 

Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist #89042