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Therapists in Berkeley

Gina Murrell, Psychologist  in Berkeley
“Fearful of change or feeling stuck in an unfulfilling job or relationship? Tired of not being able to figure out what to do differently? Or perhaps someone close to you suggested that you get help. Given the pace of our lives today it would be an exception not to experience at least one of these stresses from time to time. I draw on therapeutic approaches that will focus on the strengths that you bring coupled with the most effective treatment for your particular set of challenges. Beginning therapy and choosing a therapist may be overwhelming. I can help you navigate this.
(510) 200-0422
Berkeley, California 94707
Margaret M Clausen, Psychologist  in Berkeley
“Everyone comes to psychotherapy with unique history, needs, challenges, and strengths. I think one approach to therapy does not fit all people. Together, clients and I determine what is most helpful. My style is warm, interactive, and open. My approach to treatment uses perspectives that value how our histories impact the here and now; mind and body interactions; shedding light on the unconscious; nonjudgemental attention to thoughts, feelings, and behaviors; and discovering meaning.
(510) 299-1025
Berkeley, California 94705
Preschool Psychology, Psychologist  in Berkeley
“If your child is experiencing tantrums or aggression, feels anxious, angry, or sad, has a low tolerance for frustration, or has poor relationships with other children or adults, I can help. I am a therapist specialized in working with young children and their families. I work with parents to help them understand their child's behavior and know how to respond during difficult parenting moments. I work with children to help them build social skills, understand and regulate their emotions, and overcome traumatic experiences (ex.death, illness) or difficult life transitions (ex. birth of a new sibling, divorce, school expulsion).
(510) 282-5710
Berkeley, California 94703
Lindsey Antin, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Berkeley
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, MFT
“Is marriage, a baby, or another big change on the horizon? I specialize in couples and individuals who have been struggling with the same issues again and again. Perhaps you're in a relationship that you're unsure about. Or maybe you've considered counseling before but aren't sure it will help. We'll use a simple 4-step process that focuses on solutions and results -- and not just analyzing your problem for months and months.I have convenient office hours including 4 evenings and Saturday mornings, and a large waiting room with toys that can accommodate independent children.
(925) 252-5994
Berkeley, California 94705
Ken Hirano  in Berkeley
“It's been a long and winding road to get to where I am as a therapist. I welcome people from all backgrounds who can be helped with a no-nonsense approach to professional psychological support. If you're experiencing issues with your children or are feeling down or in some sort of distress, I promise to help in the best way I know how. This may include helping to change the way you think about situations or focusing on managing your emotions better. It really depends on the individual.
(510) 858-2861
Berkeley, California 94709
Norma Lee Myers, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Berkeley
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT
“There are usually two types of reasons people come into therapy. One is that find themselves making the same mistakes over and over again and they want to do something different, but are just not sure how. The other is that they have been carrying around a deep pain in their life that they want to resolve. Often these things are connected. This is why I work with you on two levels. I help you change the current unwanted behavior, while also helping you resolve issues from your past that may be effecting your reactions.
(510) 878-4296
Berkeley, California 94709
Ethan Schwartz, Psychologist  in Berkeley
“My work involves collaborating with individuals and couples on their own personal recipes for life satisfaction and what their lives will look like when the "problem" is no longer a problem. I try to carefully separate the "problem" from the person, who is often doing the best he or she can, so we can identify strengths, resiliencies, and resources that allow clients to construct a life worth living and a relationship worth celebrating. This does not mean ignoring difficult issues or painful areas, but it is important to know at the outset how we will know therapy has been successful.
(510) 878-6472
Berkeley, California 94705
Delhia Allen, Marriage & Family Therapist Intern  in Berkeley
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist Intern, MA
“The process of finding a therapist can be overwhelming. I appreciate you checking out my profile. I work with people who are wanting to create a bridge between their internal vision and their actions. People who feel like they've lost or maybe never even had the ability to create the relationships - to people, to work, to money or to food - they desire. You know something different is possible, but it feels like a word that's on the tip of your tongue. I want to help you find those words.
(510) 270-4311
Berkeley, California 94705
Marilyn Lundberg, LCSW, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Berkeley
“I have been in practice for more than twenty years. I see individuals and couples struggling with transitional adjustments, relationship and gender issues, depression, anxiety and grief, parenting, separations, trauma. I tend to be fairly active as a therapist, bonding with clients and together dealing with their problems. My areas of expertise include individual psychotherapy, crisis intervention, couples treatment, brief symptom-focused treatment, longer-term psychotherapy when needed. I draw on the past as it affects the present rather than as and end in itself.
(510) 343-6397
Berkeley, California 94705
Leora Benioff, Psychologist  in Berkeley
“Life is harder than many people are led to believe. We struggle because what we really feel is sharply at odds with the way we are "supposed " to feel. Conflict between our inner world and outer realities and relationships saps our energy, our creativity and our vitality. In individual therapy I help explore your inner world, charting a pathway through our relationship that will help you develop your whole and unique self , and move forward from depression, anxiety and self-doubt. I offer a working relationship that is sustaining, engaged, supportive, and clarifying. Together we will uncover what is troubling you.
(415) 801-3513
Berkeley, California 94705
Shira Gallagher, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Berkeley
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Working with a therapist is a unique process that can allow us to see ourselves and situations from a new perspective, better understand ourselves, and transform things that we wish to change. As the therapist, I listen deeply and engage with you to help us explore what is going on within you that is troubling or limiting you and help you make meaningful and lasting changes. The foundation for effective therapy is a safe, respectful space in which thoughts and feelings can be explored collaboratively. In my work with adults and adolescents, my style is empathic, responsive, and non-judgmental.
(925) 695-7982
Berkeley, California 94704
Michelle E Mason, Psychologist  in Berkeley
“I have 12 years of clinical experience and I work primarily with adults in individual and couples therapy. While I do specialize in work with lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and questioning (LGBTQ) individuals, I work with all adults, couples, young adults and families who wish to make positive changes in their lives and relationships. I offer collaborative psychotherapy, and while my work is informed by narrative therapy, I am an integrative clinical psychologist. This means I use other techniques as appropriate, such as EMDR, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Mindfulness Techniques, and others. I use a non-pathologizing style of talk therapy.
(510) 488-4057
Berkeley, California 94703
Frankie Bashan, Psychologist  in Berkeley
“I believe that we all have the intrinsic ability to reach our full potential; that "self-actualization is growth-motivated rather than deficiency-motivated". It is our life experiences and toxic interactions with others that often prevent us from realizing this potential on our own. Although I was trained psychodynamically, my approach is integrative and driven by the needs of the individual client. I practice in a warm, relational, and collaborative manner. I have extensive experience working with children, adolescents, individual adults and couples. I help clients identify what is holding them back from effecting positive change. I help clients be more mindful and less fearful, thereby allowing them to attain more meaningful healthy relationships.
(415) 992-6273
Berkeley, California 94705
James Yandell, Psychiatrist  in Berkeley
“I'm a Jungian analyst and psychiatrist practicing in north Berkeley. My practice is with adults of all ages from college students to the mature and elderly. Although I'm interested in issues of outer life, my major focus is on reclaiming authentic self that has been submerged in outer adaptation, and in individuation (Jung's term for adult psychological development.) As a Jungian I value dreams, pictures, journaling, and other depth material but don't limit myself to the unconscious. I do a good deal of telephone work, after an initial period of direct contact.
(510) 878-4456
Berkeley, California 94707
D Rain Marie, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Berkeley
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, MFT
“I work with individuals who struggle with over-eating and chronic dieting. My goal is to help them make peace with food and to develop body acceptance using a non-diet mindful approach. While giving up eating for emotional comfort many issues come up that may include grief, depression, anxiety and other mental stressors. I work with my client through these issues.
(510) 907-7113
Berkeley, California 94703
Jamie Bachman, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Berkeley
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“People often block progress toward their goals by holding tightly to a limited idea of who they are and what they can achieve. However, it is possible to make real, substantive changes in your life. Through therapy you can access inner strengths and apply them to problems that appear insurmountable. I regard it as my job to help you gain insight into your experience and shift your perspective, allowing you to recognize and overcome internal obstacles. We will identify not only the challenges you face, but also the strengths you have brought to bear on past problems.
(510) 878-4708
Berkeley, California 94705
Nicole DeVito, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Berkeley
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MFT, PPS
“The goal of our work together is to to help you thrive. Whether there is something blocking you from living the life that you want, a desire to unwind tension and stress in your body and mind, learning to be more at ease with who you are, trauma to heal, or a heartbreak needing repair, I will be your ally. Together we will tailor our work to your unique needs and interests.
(510) 250-2321
Berkeley, California 94703
Gillian Fynn, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Berkeley
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Do you long to be a wonderful, nurturing parent, but feel overwhelmed and exhausted by pregnancy and caretaking? Have you struggled with depression, anxiety or addictions?. Has your history of trauma and pain left you feeling insecure and inadequate? Perhaps you grew up in a dysfunctional family and wonder "whats normal, what's healthy?". I can give you a safe, non-judgemental space to process fears and frustrations, develop coping strategies, and create a life worth living. And even if you don't have major problems, it can be helpful to talk through challenges and gain perspective.
(510) 931-7115
Berkeley, California 94702
Ashley Reynolds, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Berkeley
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Seeking support in times of great stress and emotional difficulty is a sign of personal resilience. Congratulations on taking the first step in taking care of yourself! As we become better acquainted, it is my hope to assist you in achieving your own personal goals while fostering greater fulfillment and helping you to become further engaged in your life. In building a strong sense of self worth you can find compassion for your own experiences as well as others; ultimately increasing Interpersonal Effectiveness and decreasing Addictive Behaviors, Anxiety, Depression and the effects that can follow any Traumatic Experience including Grief.
(510) 587-9509
Berkeley, California 94705
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, MFT, BCBA
“Parenting a child with special needs is a unique experience that comes with an array of rewarding, fulfilling moments and often as many complex and challenging experiences. By building a relationship focused on respect, curiosity and empathy, I work with parents and siblings of children with special needs along their journey to feel understood and supported. I strive to make sure all family members feel that their experiences are honored and that their important contributions are validated.
(510) 907-7056
Berkeley, California 94708
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