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I've searched for years for a therapist that felt like a good fit and Dania was just what I was looking for! Her ability to help me think in new ways has helped me grow and navigate some challenging transitions in my life. Dania's professionalism, open minded attitude, flexibility and insight is exactly what I was searching for.
Payton was a great aide through some difficult passages. Very patient, while also maintaining a gentle persistence in myself moving forward by challenging me to put words to my feelings and experience which was ultimately cathartic and healing. Thankyou Payton!
The Journey into the Soul...Open, Express, Create I offer a wide range of services for individual adults, couples, and women as a psychotherapist/expressive arts therapist, astrologer, and Holotropic Breathwork-certified practitioner. I provide individual and group sessions, as well as trainings. My work is the result of more than 20 years of experience in the fields of self-transformation, creative expression, and spiritual growth in a variety of cultural settings. I provide a strong and permissive space/container for clients to unravel who they authentically are. My origin as a Mexican woman and experience living and working in different countries gives me an in-depth understanding to the immigrant experience, mixed-race couples, diversity consciousness, as well as flexibility to work with different cultural contexts. I offer work in Spanish and English. "Mireya's passion in the arts is in theater improvisation, the exploration of different dance forms, process painting and mask making. She genuinely thrives in the unknown and trusts the transformative potential of the creative process as well as the inner healing intelligence within the psyche. Because she continually turns to the arts for healing in her own life, her clients find it safe to explore, uncover and release from the depths of the psyche." - Rosy Aronson Ph.D, expressive arts therapist and spiritual counselor
Despite living in a culture filled with endless ways to connect, we have becoming less connected with ourselves and others, which can often lead to symptoms of anxiety, depression, addictions, or just feeling stuck. I am passionate about helping you live your life and take action in a way that matches your values so that you can live authentically, have the security to adapt to stress, and build on your strengths that are already there. I provide practical skills to individual adults to build resiliency, increase emotional intelligence, self-esteem, awareness, and develop healthier relationships to improve the quality of your life. I am also passionate about working with couples to help them recognize the potential of the relationship when given the right tools. I'm trained in the Gottman method a proven, research-based approach for couples to manage conflict, increase emotional and sexual intimacy, recover from affairs, and bring the fun back. Other specific specialties or populations include young professionals in start-ups and college students dealing with work-life balance, anxiety, depression, and relationship conflicts; cross cultural couples therapy; gay couples therapy; cultural/identity assimilation; addictions. I'd be happy to answer any questions during a free 20-minute phone consultation!
CIP's mission is to provide quality mental health counseling services to low-income individuals and families in Marin, so that they may re-establish mental and emotional well-being and live satisfying and productive lives. CIP offers short and long-term outpatient psychotherapy on a sliding-scale fee basis to adults, children, families, and couples who would otherwise be unable to afford such services. For over 30 years, CIP has played a vital role in the continuum of service in Marin County and acts as a safety net for those in need. Last year, CIP provided an agency a total of over 8,000 hours to more than 750 unduplicated clients, 85% of whom did not have Medi-Cal, and 80% of whom had monthly incomes of $2,500 or less. Clients received help with anxiety and depression, divorce and parental stress, issues affecting young children, domestic violence, abuse, and homelessness. More than 18% were children between 6 and 18 years of age.
Mara is a thoughtful, caring, and insightful therapist. She works hard to support the changes you are seeking. She is curious and creates a safe space for work. I definitely recommend her for anyone seeking a positive therapeutic space.
We offer high feedback therapy for driven bay area professionals. Our clinicians teach couples therapy at local universities, lead emotional intelligence groups at Stanford Business School and speak at local tech companies about mental health.
Most importantly, we must both feel that it's a good therapeutic fit. It's important that you feel comfortable and confident that you will get the help you're seeking. I offer the first session without charge so that we can have the chance to see in person whether or not it is a good match. If we decide to work together, I tailor the way I work to you, specifically. If you are able and ready to dig in deep, we can move quickly. If you are worried that that moving quickly could be overwhelming, I'm able to be patient with the pace that you need.
Dr. Troutman is a licensed clinical psychologist in San Francisco who treats adolescents and adults in individual psychotherapy. He provides a collaborative and safe therapeutic environment to learn about your inner world and how your mind works. Treatment is intensive, supportive, and directed at reducing symptoms of depression and anxiety, increasing self-esteem, improving relationships, and developing one's overall satisfaction with life. Dr. Troutman is currently accepting insurance as an out-of-network provider through PPO insurance plans.
We each possess a great wellspring of aliveness which yearns to come forth and express itself no matter what long-held beliefs act to constrict its expression. I see the process of therapy as both loosening the knots of old beliefs and finding ways to tap into this aliveness, in order to live a more authentic and satisfying life. When working with clients, I use an approach that is relational and collaborative, helping clients make the best use of the strengths they bring to therapy. My work incorporates experiential, somatic, and mindfulness-based approaches. I received a masterâs degree in transpersonal counseling psychology from JFK University, have received postgraduate training in existential contemplative psychotherapy, and have completed the two-year comprehensive training in Hakomi, a mindfulness-based method of somatic psychotherapy. I am also trained in EMDR, and often use this with clients dealing with the effects of trauma. Additional influences include psychodynamic, Jungian, sandtray and expressive arts therapies. I have lived for extended periods of time in both Germany and Japan, and am familiar with cross-cultural and expatriate issues.
I highly recommend Adrian for psychotherapy. Adrian provides a warm and welcoming presence, which allows a space for deep reflection. With Adrian's ability to deeply listen and insightful thinking, he provides a space for long lasting change to occur. I highly recommend Adrian as a therapist for all those who seek to create change in their life.
My approach is based on creating a collaborative relationship to help you illuminate unconscious barriers that keep you feeling stuck or unsatisfied in life. I work from a depth perspective, which means I aim to help you address your therapeutic needs from the roots of your issues.
I believe humans change and develop throughout their life span. In some twenty years of practicing psychotherapy, I have come to view the most emotional symptoms and all relationship crises as opportunities to re-engage and support aspects of self-development. I was educated in the US and Germany; my professional experience ranges from work in very traditional clinical settings to being a therapist and group facilitator for staff at the Esalen Institute. I have received extensive training in psychodynamic-developmental, family systems, Gestalt, cognitive, and somatic modalities of psychotherapy, and I will apply "tools of these trades" and insights in our work together, as appropriate. My approach is sensitive, empathic and respectful, but also direct and straightforward. As you start to discover and tell me about yourself, I will not hesitate to provide you my honest feedback. And if you happen to have misplaced your sense of humor, Ill help you get it back.
My work is collaborative and empowering. I believe every client I work with has the capacity for growth and change, I am simply there to facilitate the discovery of this. I utilize coaching techniques within the psychotherapeutic framework, which I believe gives the client the benefits of psychotherapy's capacity for depth and coaching's empowering relationship.