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Dana is a truly talented yoga teacher. As a somatic psychotherapist in training she has a deep interest and understanding in the human body and how our body, mind and spirit are all connected. She brings this to her profession as a yoga teacher and continuously pushes me to new levels every time I'm in her class, whether that be a more advanced asana or becoming more in touch with my inner needs via movement. She's also a joy to be around, and a lot of fun :)
Seb, was the best therapist I've ever had. For many reason but mainly because he is above all incredibly human and can so deeply relate to your pain. He Is incredibly intelligent and warm and flawed like all of us, and his capacity to sympathies is great and makes him such a wonderful guide to understanding ourselves and each other.
Jackie is a compassionate and skilled psychotherapist. I would recommend her highly for anyone experiencing anxiety due to a undergoing a transition or relationship difficulty.
Frieda Ferrick is an expert psychotherapist. As a colleague, I have referred many patients to her - because she is a seasoned and skillful professional. She combines a bright and perceptive mind with an extremely warm and supportive style. She provides caring and thoughtful support and treatment to her clients.
I work with adults with a wide variety of issues, from depression and trauma to anxiety and co-dependency. I also work with people who use substances to self-medicate and some of the more serious psychopathology. I provide a non-judgmental space where it is safe to explore any issues that are preventing themselves.
I believe therapy can help you feel more connected to yourself and those around you. In my experience, the best predictor of success in therapy is the relationship built between the client and the therapist. I create an environment where you'll feel supported, understood and safe in our work together. My expertise is helping people who are dealing with anxiety, depression, trauma, loss and issues of identity. I have particular interest in working with young women who are dealing with issues around anxiety and depression. I work with adolescents (14+) and adults of all ages.
I am a psychotherapist for individuals and couples, with 25 years of experience. I am a life purpose and happiness coach and a hypnotherapist, and I also do sound healing. I am the go-to person for many clients who want to overcome their blocks and challenges, increase their happiness, improve their relationship to themselves and others, and learn how to love themselves and live their dreams!
If youre struggling with issues related to relationships, sexual intimacy, parenting, work, family, adult ADHD or depression, Id like to offer my help. My office is in Walnut Creek, California, and I provide counseling to my clients in and around the Bay Area. In private practice for nearly a decade, Im a graduate of both UC Berkeley and Cal State East Bay. Im a calm, compassionate and warm professional who is easy to talk with and appreciates humor. Direct and insightful, intuitive and intelligent, Im committed to helping my clients. If you'd like to know more, please check out my website.
If you are feeling down, depressed, sad, anxious, or angry, if you don't really know how you feel or why, and if you have serious life concerns or questions, I can help you. If you need family, marriage, relationship, or individual counseling, psychotherapy, or life coaching, I can help you. I have a PH.D in clinical psychology and a master's in counseling psychology, and I am licensed in the state of California to practice marriage and family therapy. Depending on what your needs are, we can explore them with a depth psychological approach or from a cognitive therapy approach.
Life's unfolding path can sometimes be scary and confusing, but you don't have to walk that path alone. I can help ground you in your experiences while we explore the twists and turns which can make life so exciting. Many of my clients say they have difficulty in their relationships as a result of anger, anxiety or depression. These feelings manifest in a variety of ways, some of which may be seen as addictive behaviors or ways of thinking. I've come to understand that these feelings and experiences can be symptoms of old wounds or trauma. I have a deep capacity to hold these feelings in a safe and non-judgmental way. Together we will work to help you learn new ways to diminish and expel anger, anxiety and depression. I also provide support for those struggling with relationship, spiritual, cultural, sexuality and LGBTQ issues. I work in ways which complement a client's goals and personality. This may range from client-centered empathic listening to a more directive or cognitive approach as well as mindfulness and hypnotherapy. In my work with clients, I hold a holistic framework which looks at the primary parts of a person and how they relate to one another. These primary parts are the mental, emotional, physical and spiritual aspects, which make up the whole person. This framework also supports the models of integrative medicine and complimentary and alternative medicine (CAM), by working in conjunction with other practitioners and modalities.
Alina Steinberg Baugh is a California State-licensed psychotherapist. She graduated from San Francisco State University with a dual Master's of Science degree in Marriage, Family and Child Therapy and School Counseling, and a Bachelor of Science in Clinical Psychology. Alina has over ten years of experience in treating adolescents and women -- individually, as couples, and in families. Alina has been working with clients, leading groups and teaching workshops on a range of topics related to infertility, addiction, developing a healthy body image, self-esteem, parenting, family conflict, and childhood behavior issues. Alinas eclectic therapeutic approach explores the underlying beliefs and emotions that impact clients' attitude, behavior, and relationships. She provides therapy personalized to unique situation and needs, treating each person's problems within the context of each circumstance. It is important to find a counselor who you are comfortable with and who you can trust. Alina offers a free half hour phone consultation in order to see if there is a fit between the client and the therapist.
I assist and guide people who are struggling with painful emotions or are having challenges in their lives and relationships to deepen their relationship with themselves and to find and practice more satisfying ways of relating and responding to whatever troubles them. As a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist (MFC#50551) I offer weekly individual and couples psychotherapy. I also offer shorter term relationship and life coaching and consulting services.
I offer individual and couples therapy for adults for a variety of conditions, including mood and anxiety disorders, relationship problems, and life transitions, such as relationship endings and grief. I specialize in providing treatment for trauma-based problems using Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) since 1994. Other approaches include mindfulness, psychodynamic and cognitive behavioral therapies. I welcome clients from all cultural, religious, and sexual orientation backgrounds. I am conversant in Mandarin Chinese and sensitive to the issues of immigrants and children of immigrants.
I am a psychotherapist with 25 years of experience working with children, adolescents, and adults. While I was trained initially in psychodynamic psychotherapy, I also use other modalities such as expressive arts therapies, CBT, and even animal-assisted therapy.
Perhaps you are struggling with your partner right now, having the same fight over and over again, or longing for an intimate relationship and feeling frustrated in your search. Maybe you are struggling to find meaningful work and a greater sense of direction in life, feeling like you are stuck and floundering. Or perhaps that despite everything you know about healthy nutrition, negative feelings about your body continue to be a source of pain. I work with relationship issues, "quarter life crisis" transition, and body image concerns. I see individuals and couples, as well as adolescents. My approach to therapy is to help people gain access to their truth and authenticity. Through a collaborative and active therapeutic relationship, I endeavor to help clients more clearly identify what they want in life and the barriers that may be standing in their way. We all have developed ways of being in the world that have served us in some ways, but limited us in others. In working with these beliefs and patterns, we allow for something new to emerge, and develop our ability to relax into our authentic self.
I am a psychotherapist (licensed clinical social worker) who offers a compassionate, thoughtful, and empathic approach to therapy. My style is authentic, non-judgmental and supportive. I work with individuals in distress to help relieve suffering and address the issues causing pain. I work collaboratively with patients to improve self-awareness, develop insight, and learn new ways of coping with life stressors to facilitate healing and growth. I see adults and adolescents for individual psychotherapy in the Financial District of San Francisco, CA.
For over twenty years, Kathleen has worked with adults and children. She has an established psychotherapy and consulting practice in Petaluma, CA, where she specializes in transition and trauma, divorce, adoption, school issues, grief, and victims of crime. Kathleen has taught seminars and workshops nationwide on a wide range of clinical and social work topics for agencies, colleges, and parent groups. Currently, she is a trainer for the Bay Area Academy, a division of the School of Social Work at Fresno State University. Kathleen Adams received her Masters in Social Work in 1985, with honors from Adelphi University in Garden City, New York. In 1992, Kathleen became a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) in the State of California. Kathleen is the co-author of the awarding-winning therapeutic children's book On the Day His Daddy Left (Albert Whitman& Company). She produced the educational film to save a child: Preventing Suicide by Identifying Depression in Elementary School Children, narrated by Mariel Hemingway. And, she is the executive director of the non-profit teen suicide prevention organization, Five Alive. She's helping you through life's challenges.
Do you wonder "Will I ever be happy in a relationship?". Are you lonely, wondering why you are single? Do the same issues keep coming up in your relationships? Feeling anxious or depressed? I am a licensed San Francisco psychotherapist specializing in relationship and self-esteem issues for gay men. I have been working with individuals and couples for approximately ten years.
I offer psychotherapy tailored to the needs of my clients. I work with individual adults and couples to reach their goals in an intelligent and caring environment. I work effectively with clients to understand and overcome a variety of issues and to unblock their pathway to a more contented life. S Some of these issues are: • Social Anxiety • Generalized Anxiety • Panic Attacks • Low Self Esteem • Depression and Isolation • Relationship Issues • Career Satisfaction • Sexual Addiction
I am a licensed psychotherapist practicing in San Francisco. I primarily work with individuals and couples looking to gain insight into relationship problems that can often feel painful, confusing, frightening or overwhelming. Please visit my website or call me to gain more of a sense of my approach. I am happy to answer any questions. If I don't offer what you need, I will do my best to make an appropriate referral.