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Therapists in Berkeley

Cindy Sachs, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Berkeley
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, ABD, MFT
“Many people I’ve seen in my 30+ years of practice seek psychotherapy in response to personal loss, relationship difficulties in love or work, trauma or self defeating thought or behavior patterns that have become unmanageable. As we begin to meet on a regular basis, the anxiety, depression or crisis that propelled them into my office starts to calm. Broader questions like “Why do I keep waiting to live my life in the way I always imagined it to be?” or “Why have my personal or professional accomplishments not provided the fulfillment I hoped for?” then begin to emerge.
(510) 986-4342
Berkeley, California 94704
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
“I am a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist in California with over 12 years of counseling and community mental health experience. I have a Masters in Counseling Psychology and a Masters in Forensic psychology from Holy Names University. I combine my clinical counseling expertise with personal knowledge to offer clients a unique perspective for problem solving. Rather than focus on deficits, I prefer to focus on the client's resources, strength, and talents.
(510) 962-5934
Berkeley, California 94703
Bryan B. Port, Psychologist  in Berkeley
“I am a licensed psychologist providing supportive treatment for individuals and couples. I specialize with those dealing with self-criticism, loneliness, anxiety, sadness, low self-esteem, and substance abuse. Discover your potential.
(925) 695-7933
Berkeley, California 94709
Alan J. Swope, Psychologist  in Berkeley
“I have worked with a wide variety of men, women, and couples during my over 30 years in practice. I believe that a warm, friendly, respectful environment is the best for facilitating change. I have also enjoyed teaching psychotherapy skills to graduate students and supervising other mental health professionals. This combination of experience and teaching has given me a unique perspective on how people change and become more personally fulfilled. I work with clients one or more times per week.
(510) 730-3580
Berkeley, California 94705
Cathy Berman, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Berkeley
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, RNP, MFT
“Are you going through a major change such as leaving home, working through relationship struggles, becoming new parents, balancing home and work life, loss of a loved one or job or dealing with illness? Has your comfort zone been pulled out from under you? These changes can feel like a wave knocked you down. You have come to the right place if you want compassionate, yet straightforward support. Working together, we will focus on your goals, find solutions and help to get you feeling on track, healthy and equipped with new coping tools.
(510) 771-8972
Berkeley, California 94705
Sharon Testa-Harker, M.F.T., Marriage & Family Therapist  in Berkeley
“As my client you can expect a sensitive, interactive, and direct therapist with a sense of humor. Together, we will discuss those behaviors and experiences that cause you pain; developing coping alternatives, easing your stress and anxiety. My life experience, education and work history leads me to have unique perspective to help you. My early career working in Montessori Education taught me the value of self-direction and respect for people of all ages. As a program coordinator in a battered women's shelter I learned about the effects of violence, loss, chemical dependency and powerlessness.
(510) 655-3289
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
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, MFT
“People come to therapy for a variety of reasons. I help people who are experiencing problems in daily living, difficulty in navigating life transitions, symptoms of anxiety, depression or loss, in order to reduce the burdens of suffering. Therapy is about removing obstacles and developing the capacity for self-acceptance, self expression, and joy. I will collaborate with you to set your goals and uncover new strategies for a happier life.
(510) 379-9108 x2
Berkeley, California 94705
Jennifer Sterling, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Berkeley
“I work with women, men, and couples (gay and straight) wishing to explore more satisfying ways of living. In our work together, I can help you clarify the underlying patterns of thinking and feeling that are creating obstacles to healthy relationships and keeping you from living more fully in the present. I emphasize listening and responding in ways that are carefully attuned to your needs and are attentive to the larger social context in which you are living. The therapeutic relationship provides an experience of respect and mutual engagement that is central to this process of exploration and change.
(510) 845-9101
Berkeley, California 94705
Heather Weisbrod, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Berkeley
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“People often come to see me because they are feeling stuck, seeking relief from suffering, at transition points in their lives, or wanting a better understanding of their patterns. They may also be looking to develop new coping skills and new ways of responding to life stressors. My goal as a therapist is to create a space that facilitates healing and transformation by understanding each person's unique life experiences, strengths, and needs. My strengths lie in my non-judgmental approach and my focus on creating strong and authentic working relationships while providing tools that can be of immediate use.
(510) 246-3338
Berkeley, California 94704
Shari Unitan, MFT, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Berkeley
“Are you experiencing marital conflict? Do you worry about how conflict with your mate affects your children? I have over 20 years experience working with clients dealing with a wide variety of issues, including family conflict, divorce, child custody, parenting issues, depression, addiction, and anxiety. Research has proven that the parental relationship directly impacts a child's self esteem and social skills. I am a warm, dynamic and solution oriented therapist. I work along side you, to help you identify and overcome the problems which are causing pain in your life.
(510) 296-4520
Berkeley, California 94710
Beth E Remington, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Berkeley
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, MFT
“Sometimes life feels too challenging and we need support to help sift through what is slowing us down from achieving a full, meaningful life. I will offer you a respectful, safe, collaborative environment in which to explore and move through difficult emotions, behaviors and reactions. My goal is to nurture you in rekindling your spirit, offering you the support you need in creating a life that matters to you.
(510) 400-8078
Berkeley, California 94709
Heftsi Assaf, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Berkeley
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, PsyD, MFT
“I work with clients of all ages who are dealing with emotional and life issues. I work with client's symptoms rather diagnosis. Clients who want to get better and are willing to work and make commitment towards change. My approach is Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and Psychodynamic. I am also using creative arts, play therapy and drama therapy techniques with kids. My sessions are interactive including process, they are also goal oriented. Additional focus is on problem solving and improve communication.
(510) 606-9749
Berkeley, California 94705
Tracy L. Davis, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Berkeley
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I believe that people intuitively know what they need to grow, change and heal. Often there are internal barriers, old stories, patterns or ways thinking that prevent us being able to make the changes that we want for our lives and our relationships. I use a highly collaborative and nuanced approach to meet the unique needs of each individual and family. Through a mutual process, we will begin to uncover the hope, insights, strengths, and skills needed to address the current challenges or difficulties impacting you, your child or family.
(510) 746-8230
Berkeley, California 94704
Joseph Saah, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Berkeley
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT
“As an experienced Licensed MFT, I offer a full range of psychotherapy services for men, women, adolescents, couples, and families. I founded The Men's Center for Counseling and Psychotherapy in 1984 in order to focus upon the psychological and emotional lives of men and boys. I particularly enjoy helping folks struggling with cross-cultural issues. My practice also includes work with women, girls, and couples of all persuasions. As an interactive therapist, I join my clients as they explore complex, often contradictory, intrapsychic forces. I bring humor, warmth, empathy, common-sense, and a genuine curiosity to the therapeutic encounter.
(510) 788-2365
Berkeley, California 94705
Eveline Wu  in Berkeley
“I work with people at transitions in their life, who have felt "outside the box" and are dealing with stress and anxiety related to past or present pressures of not fitting in, not being accepted for who they are, and traumatic events. Struggles with family culture or society, can trigger sadness, anger, anxiety, blanking out, body tension, depression. I support you through careful listening, and also in a mind body approach to heal older emotional wounds and resolve grief, anger, and pain and find connection and empowerment. I support you in knowing your truth, discovering what's right for you.
(510) 488-3056
Berkeley, California 94710
Westley Rutter  in Berkeley
“I view therapy as a collaborative relationship, seeking to form a partnership to explore your struggles, moving towards growth and healing. I am experienced in working with anxiety, depression, substance issues, grief/loss, relationship difficulties, trauma, oppression, chronic medical conditions, sexuality, eating disorders, and adoption issues.
(415) 737-6154
Berkeley, California 94705
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, MFT
“A satisfactory relationship to one's self is the most significant element in finding a way through life's challenges. Sometimes this pathway feels chaotic, confused, conflicted, or just not strong enough. Sometimes life experiences overwhelm our capacities to contain and reflect on their meaning for us in a way that keeps us from our potential as persons, as partners, or as an employee/job holder. Therapy offers an opportunity to listen to yourself in an uniquely individual, finely-tuned, non-judgmental way. Fears, sadnesses, and blocked places may all find they have something important to reveal to us when explored in a therapeutic relationship.
(510) 878-4522
Berkeley, California 94705
Molly Merson, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Berkeley
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, MFT
“It takes a lot of courage to search for a therapist you trust to help you with vulnerable feelings. It's a process rich in opportunities to trust your gut and listen to yourself. With a warm, thoughtful, and compassionate presence, I can be in this place of courage and fear with you. We can explore the tides of your feeling, and make sense of your moods, eating problems, desire to numb, and the lost feeling that can happen when your intuition has been in hiding. You've been doing this far too long on your own. Let me help.
(510) 594-4035
Berkeley, California 94705
Janelle M Salah, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Berkeley
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT
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(510) 986-4926
Berkeley, California 94705
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