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Therapists in Berkeley

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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Are you looking for support and increased clarity while going through a difficult transition? Are you tired of the conflict in your relationship or wanting your partner to have a more complete understanding of you? Struggling with issues of parenting? Maybe you are just interested in exploring whether therapy might be something to try? I see therapy as a tool to move through difficult life moments, improve the quality of relationships, and an opportunity to use life's challenges as a way to be better aware of (and utilize)your strengths.
(510) 878-4122
Berkeley, California 94704
Jeff Cohen, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Berkeley
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Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, MFT
“My intent is to help you deal with problems you're facing and lead a more fulfilling life. I have a strong track record of helping people overcome difficulty, struggle and confusion in their lives. I'll work to help you discover a new way of experiencing yourself in the world. I use an integrative mind/body approach to psychotherapy in facilitating change toward contentment and vitality. I work with couples and individuals around issues of intimacy, self-worth, life transition, purpose and spiritual inquiry. My style is collaborative, engaged and supportive.
(510) 548-4950
Berkeley, California 94704
Lonnie Prince, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Berkeley
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, PhD, LCSW
“Many people have trouble finding meaning and vitality in their lives and are constrained by other people's expectations. If you feel that you can't fully own your life, perhaps talking about your situation would be useful.
(510) 686-3964
Berkeley, California 94705
Zo Newman, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Berkeley
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Marriage & Family Therapist, MFT
“I offer a compassionate, safe space in which you can begin to change negative patterns, heal early wounds, learn to support yourself with self-acceptance, and open to new possibilities.
(510) 878-3053
Berkeley, California 94709
Nina Shilling, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Berkeley
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Marriage & Family Therapist, MFT
“Did you grow up with critical, neglectful, abusive or controlling parents? Have you found ways of coping with the painful emotions this provoked,but still sense they're in the background, leaving you feeling not okay as you are? You may find that you work too much, are hard on yourself, or retreat from life to avoid feeling shamed or attacked again. You may choose partners like your parents, causing you hopelessness about ever really being loved. Because this pain came from a relationship where you didn't feel seen,loved or understood, our relationship in therapy is very important.
(510) 878-4751
Berkeley, California 94703
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Marriage & Family Therapist, MFT
“I have been licensed for over 20 years and am interested in the combination of what isn't working in your present life that brings you to therapy, what is unresolved from past relationships that you'd like to clear up, and what comes up in our relationship as we get to know one another. These facets help us create a complex experience which can transform old stuck patterns. I also have a feminist and social justice orientation which informs my work.
(510) 788-2856
Berkeley, California 94709
Lindsay Ferlin, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Berkeley
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Marriage & Family Therapist, MFT
“Finding a therapist who feels like the "right fit" can be an overwhelming task but is one of the most important aspects of a successful therapy. I strive to provide a safe, comfortable, non-judgmental space for you to explore your thoughts, feelings and desires. My strengths lie in helping you to understand yourself and connect to your innermost thoughts, feelings and desires. Through fostering this connection I can help you break free from repetitive patterns, work through issues that are troubling you and understand your feelings and the reasons behind them so you begin to feel better. My style is warm, compassionate and curious.
(510) 413-8604
Berkeley, California 94705
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Marriage & Family Therapist Intern, MA, MFTI
“People come to therapy for a variety of reasons. You may be experiencing problems in daily living, difficulty in navigating life transitions, symptoms of anxiety, depression or loss, or a deep desire to live a more joyful, meaningful life. Therapy is about removing obstacles and developing the capacity for self acceptance, self expression, and a sense of agency. The foundation of my clinical work is the creation of a safe, accepting and nonjudgmental atmosphere for every client. We will work collaboratively to explore your inner as well as outer life in order to create options that may better serve you.
(510) 379-9108 x2
Berkeley, California 94705
Judithann H. David PhD, Psychologist  in Berkeley
“Each person has their own reasons for seeking a therapist. I offer the comfort of a safe space to sort out your issues, heal emotions and set goals to get things done. A free 25-minute session by telephone is available to discuss your reasons for seeking therapy to determine if I am a good therapist for you. Go to my website at JudithDavid.com and click on "make an appointment" and follow instructions. Then find a time that works for you. I look forward to talking with you.
(703) 596-0680
Berkeley, California 94707
Debra Milinsky, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Berkeley
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, MA, LCSW
“Every journey begins with a single step... experienced Berkeley therapist can help with personal concerns, couple, child, teen, family problems, work pressures; mother - daughter relationships. A safe place to explore :: Stress, anxiety, fear :: Depression, anger, feeling overwhelmed :: Emotional, sexual trauma :: Loss, grief, remorse :: Shame, guilt, self-doubt :: Sexuality concerns :: Individual, marital, family therapy for bi-polar and eating disorders :: Managing anger; improving assertiveness skills :: Effects of abuse/ co-dependency on self-confidence, healthy relationships and family life. In practice for over 35 years with adults, adolescents, children. Offices in Berkeley and Vallejo, collaborating within a well-developed network of health practitioners, hospital, community, legal settings.
(510) 761-5931
Berkeley, California 94704
Mary Thomas, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Berkeley
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Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
“Are you or a loved one struggling with ADHD? Wondering if you have ADHD? I specialize in working with ADHD, using a combination of ADHD coaching and therapy. You can turn struggle into fulfillment by learning about your ADHD type, and developing new skills and ADHD friendly habits. As well as healing the pain that comes from experiencing anxiety, depression, relationship difficulties, or shame and overwhelm. I know how much frustration there is living with ADHD and how little control you may feel right now. There is hope. Call me and let's talk about how I can help.
(510) 986-4742
Berkeley, California 94703
Kathleen S Pierce, Psychologist  in Berkeley
“I have extensive experience working with survivors of trauma, both military and civilian. Substance Use disorders are often an unwelcomed side-effect of trauma, and I can work compassionately when they co-occur. Adjustment to medical illness (patient and caregivers), can be a challenge. I can provide support with adjustment, grief and the unique grief that occurs after a traumatic loss. I lived and worked in the Pacific Islands and understand many of the cultural variables that affect illness and wellness among Asian/Pacific Islanders. My approaches to treatment considers the cultural appropriateness of interventions, and the importance of family.
(510) 246-3479
Berkeley, California 94705
Cici Kinsman, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Berkeley
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Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, MFT
“My style is engaged, authentic and direct, while holding space for our complete focus on your work at your pace. I operate with deep respect for the ways in which culture, race, class, gender, gender identity, immigrant status, sexuality, and physical ability can impact your experiences and sense of yourself. I work with a wide range of clients including individuals, adolescents and couples of all sexual orientations (heterosexual, gay, lesbian, queer, bisexual); clients of all genders and gender identities; people of multicultural or immigrant backgrounds; parents, prospective parents.
(510) 594-4344
Berkeley, California 94705
Guy Albert, Psychologist  in Berkeley
“Sometimes it seems like life just isn't right! You've tried positive thinking, forgetting the past, and even taking medication, and you're still banging your head against the wall. Finding a good therapist seems like your only hope, but with so many to chose from, where do you start? I invite you to an engaging and reflective environment where you can explore all issues with an open perspective and with the individual attention you deserve. I have over 25 years experience in the healthcare professions to help you discover a richer and more satisfying life experience.
(510) 496-3447
Berkeley, California 94705
Peter Silen, Psychologist  in Berkeley
“Therapy is an opportunity. When familiar ways of being in the world no longer prove useful, therapy offers the possibility of discovering aspects of ourselves that can help us lead a richer, more fulfilling life. I offer both short-term treatment and long-term intensive treatment depending on your needs. Working to develop a safe relationship we can explore together how past events and patterns of relating to others contribute to difficulties with the goal of improving relationships and issues at work, and to help you achieve a more stable and fulfilling sense of who you are in the world.
(510) 606-9823
Berkeley, California 94709
Matthew Foley, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Berkeley
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Marriage & Family Therapist, MS, LMFT
“If you're struggling with difficult symptoms, problems in a relationship, or just a lingering feeling that things can be better in your life, psychotherapy can help. I see it as my job as a therapist to help you feel empowered, more alive, and connected to your vision of what you want your life to be. Therapy is new to many of the people I work with and I invite you to see how therapy can give you the tools to change your life.
(510) 878-3512
Berkeley, California 94703
Peter H Coster, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Berkeley
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Marriage & Family Therapist, PhD, LMFT, CPT
“We all want to be the person we were born to be. Being ourselves makes us happy. When we suffer from unhealed wounds from the past we don't feel safe in the world, comfortable with ourselves or others. We may try to overcome our shame and numb our pain in a variety of ways with drugs, alcohol, sex to name a few. I offer a gentle, non-intrusive and compassionate space for you to discover who you are. Together we explore those issues which currently block you from finding greater freedom in you life and intimacy in your relationships.
(510) 548-1713 x1
Berkeley, California 94709
Christopher Arrillaga, Psychologist  in Berkeley
“I am a licensed clinical psychologist with over 10 years experience working with adults, adolescents and children. I believe that compassion and insight into one's personal struggles can lead to powerful, positive changes in life. I offer psychotherapy and psychological testing services that are relational and collaborative. I incorporate Cognitive Behavioral and Narrative Therapy approaches into my work as a therapist with adults and older teenagers.
(510) 362-0974
Berkeley, California 94705
Johanna M Murphy, Psychologist  in Berkeley
“I believe in taking a developmental approach to understanding the root causes of your difficulties (understanding patterns over time) and then addressing the problem within the given context of your life. I facilitate a deep inquiry into what has blocked the healing process and help people to recognize how to create the life they desire. I believe in the innate resilience of all people to heal if given the space and time. All of my training and clinical experience inform my work and allow me to use an integrative style that is adapted to the individual needs of each client.
(510) 344-2602
Berkeley, California 94705
Mary Ann Leff, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Berkeley
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Marriage & Family Therapist, MFT
“I have been in practice for more than 30 years, seeing adults, older adolescents and couples presenting with a range of issues. My clients deal with transitions in life, school, work and relationships; they may need healing from past abuse or current loss; they may be facing existential, identity or situational crises. I engage actively with my clients and am influenced by a social/feminist perspective, common sense and a good sense of humor.
(510) 404-8350
Berkeley, California 94703
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