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Therapists in Berkeley

Ellie Vargas, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Berkeley
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I enjoy working with both men and women as well as adolescents. I love seeing clients from diverse backgrounds with a broad range of concerns and I tailor my approach to your specific needs and goals.
(510) 858-0710
Berkeley, California 94705
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
Kim Hraca, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Berkeley
“Self-acceptance can help you make lasting changes in your life. I offer insight, a sense of humor, and a safe and supportive place to experience yourself (and your partner) with more compassion and self understanding. Together we can explore issues of self-image, intimacy, work satisfaction, creativity, and spirituality. Couples are also welcome. My work as a psychotherapist incorporates certain guiding beliefs: 1) Our world view results from our childhood experiences; this world view greatly affects our current lifestyle, self-image and interaction with others; 2) Our ability to change largely depends on making this world view conscious, so
(510) 601-1859
Berkeley, California 94705
Jane Reynolds, Psychologist  in Berkeley
“I am a psychologist and a certified Jungian analyst. I have been in private practice for over thirty-five years. I have considered it a great privilege to work with many different people, from individuals coping with the uncertainties and ambiguities that accompany life transitions, to others who suffer from a range of painful symptoms and conditions such as anxiety, depression, grief, addictions, trauma, divorce, identity issues, spiritual crisis, mood disorders and major psychiatric disorders. I primarily work with adults of all ages, including couples. I offer Jungian analysis as well as culturally competent and emotionally related psychotherapy.
(510) 343-5397
Berkeley, California 94707
Helmut Relinger, Psychologist  in Berkeley
“In my 30 years of practicing psychotherapy, I have treated virtually every psychological problem imaginable. I have learned that it is crucial to see every person as unique and special, and to tailor my therapeutic interventions to meet individual emotional needs. While my therapeutic orientation is based on Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy, I am flexible and inventive in crafting healing strategies. For anxiety related problems, such as insomnia, PTSD and phobias, I use hypnosis to calm and soothe emotional states, while simultaneously coaching my patient to change the habitual thought patterns that activate feelings of panic and doom. Emotional pain can also be ambiguous and complex. In these situations, I use dream interpretation and hypnotic regression to gain insight into the cause of the distress to most effectively provide life changing interventions. For marital/relationship conflict, I provide a functional analysis of what each partner needs to change to allow the relationship to work. We then practice these changes until they occur spontaneously. When shopping for a therapist, choose someone you like who has experience treating the problems you want to address.
(510) 747-8907
Berkeley, California 94705
Janice A Schmidt, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Berkeley
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT
“Ready to thrive in your life? I provide therapy for people who want to change unhealthy patterns. People who have worked with me say they feel safe and compassionately supported. My presence and guidance can assist you in making small but significant changes in your life, create a deeper understanding of yourself and your emotional states, and clarify your thought patterns. Together, we will identify and engage your intuition, and develop your personal strengths providing resilience.
(510) 497-0058
Berkeley, California 94704
Sandra Amador Mora, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Berkeley
“I specialize in working with issues related to trauma, loss, immigration and acculturation. I also have extensive experience working with adolescents and their families. I believe in the healing power of a deep and creative therapeutic relationship. My style is collaborative, engaged and supportive.
(510) 230-2681
Berkeley, California 94704
Jennifer Smee  in Berkeley
“All life is a relationship. From our very first moments and onward, what happens in relationship teaches us about how to be in the world. We continually form certain core beliefs, ways of thinking, patterns of tension, and ways of moving our body that can be both healthy and limiting. Trauma, abuse, neglect, and other wounding contribute to how we form our relationship with the world and with ourselves. All of our past experiences have an impact on our present experience. Our day to day life can then be full of a sense of meaninglessness, emotional and physical pain, chronic anxiety, mistrust, or general unease.
(415) 968-5381
Berkeley, California 94705
David Vandevert, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Berkeley
“Are you in emotional pain? Feeling anxious or depressed? Were you were abused as a child or had alcoholic/ drug addicted caretakers? I help solve difficult problems!
(510) 730-3364
Berkeley, California 94707
Lynn Winsten, Psychologist  in Berkeley
“I am most interested in helping people make the most of their lives. Good relationships and/or a fulfilling career bring us the greatest gratification. My focus will be to help you to achieve your life goals whatever they may be.
(510) 296-5574
Berkeley, California 94706
Jim Rosati, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Berkeley
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
“Move toward an authentic, more rewarding, life. Whether you're struggling with the same problems over and over, or just can't shake the feeling that something is missing from your life, my unique blend of supportive and exploratory psychotherapy can help. Uncover and change unconscious patterns of thinking, feeling, and relating that may have served you at one time in your life, but now block you from living with spontenaity, creativity, and zest.
(510) 488-2128
Berkeley, California 94704
Cathy Carr, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Berkeley
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
“I have been fortunate to spend the past 18 years working with children and their families-initially as a middle school teacher and now as a LMFT. I'm dedicated to helping my clients have the tools they need to successfully navigate the challenges in their lives. I work with families struggling with unhealthy communication patterns, major life transitions, grief, trauma, anxiety/depression, defiance, and sibling rivalry. I believe in the power of relationships to heal, so my main focus is on creating a strong working alliance with my clients. Parenting classes, consultations, and new moms' groups offered.
(510) 496-2725
Berkeley, California 94704
Scott G Hartman, Psychologist  in Berkeley
“I have a passion for working with young adults and adults struggling to find a sense of personal or professional belonging in life--"Where do I fit in?" "How can I be seen and valued amongst co-workers, friends, family?" "Where's my tribe?" I also feel privileged to provide a space for individuals to grieve and work through childhood wounds which have kept them isolated and cut off from this fuller sense of belonging in life.
(510) 703-2493
Berkeley, California 94704
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
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
Girvani Leerer, Psychologist  in Berkeley
“I see our lives as a journey, and psychotherapy as a tool to take the next step on your journey. On the journey, we can experience shock and trauma, loss and grief, fear and anxiety, disappointment and anger, guilt and shame, and physical and emotional/mental illness. It takes courage to grow and learn from challenges and reach out for help, rather than shutting down and disconnecting. I am honored to work with you as your partner, to assist you to steer through difficult transitions and experiences, transform challenges into growth, and flourish on your life journey.
(510) 394-3689
Berkeley, California 94702
Caroline McDowell, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Berkeley
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, MFT
“Are you having the same conflict over and over again with your partner, adolescent daughter, parent, friend, or boss? Are you feeling ambivalent about having a child or do you already have a child and feeling stuck with your parenting skills? Are you and your partner struggling with infertility issues? Are you feeling depressed, anxious, or wanting to revamp your life? If any of these questions resonate with you then I may be able to help you. I have successfully worked with people dealing with similar life challenges; I hope to have the chance to work with you too.
(510) 496-3457
Berkeley, California 94705
Sandy McQuillin, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Berkeley
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MFT
“I work with a range of clients from teens to elders. My specialty is substance abuse, adoptive families, and women in transition. For many clients, being in recovery from substance abuse can bring feelings of loss and grief. I help these clients to regain a sense of self in sobriety. As an adoptive parent I realize that all members of the adoption triad share feelings of loss and grief. I help to bring a sense of resolution to their lives. I help women young and old who are in transition become more satisfied and happy.
(510) 587-9071
Berkeley, California 94705
Greg Brian, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Berkeley
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, MFT
“The clients with whom I work best are those who are tired of suffering, and are motivated to change. I find that when a client is willing to question self-sabotaging beliefs and assumptions, and attend to his or her own experience in the moment, there is a good prognosis for growth, healing, and reclaiming the joy of living. It does not matter how low someone has fallen; when there is recognition that the primary source of suffering is the conditioned habits of the mind, then freedom and relief from anguish is possible.
(510) 488-3901
Berkeley, California 94705
Melissa Rapp, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Berkeley
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MFT
“I work with individuals, couples, and families. I see couples for help with concerns related to parenting, managing emotional regulation and conflict, addressing needs and expectations, and the nitty gritty of daily life. I see communication as the grease that keeps relationships running smoothly, and I help facilitate good communication in couples and families. I greatly enjoy this work. In my work with individual adults, I work relationally and psychodynamically. My specialty areas include adoption, grief and loss, cultural issues, infertility, work/life balance, spiritual concerns, LGBT issues, divorce, and midlife transitions. I help people manage anxiety and understand depression.
Berkeley, California 94705
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