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Therapists in Berkeley

“I am a psychologist who has been in private practice for over 20 years. I have an interactive and empathetic style. I see individuals who are trying to make changes in their lives. I also do couples therapy, which ultimately helps them with their communication skills and forming a closer connection. I have three groups that help people improve relationship skills and feel more supported in their lives.
(510) 404-8236
Berkeley, California 94710
Michael Sanders, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Berkeley
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Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT
“In my practice I focus on working with children, adolescents, families, and individual adult clients. I have extensive experience and training providing therapy to this population. In my work I utilize child-centered play therapy, directive play therapy, CBT interventions, family system approaches, motivational interviewing, expressive arts therapy including the use of music, as well as other therapeutic techniques. I have experience working with youth with various presenting symptoms including behavior challenges, school phobia, anxiety, depression, ADHD symptoms, youth with physical disabilities, teenagers and addiction, youth with trauma history, youth on probation, and youth diagnosed with Autism or Aspergerís syndrome.
(510) 788-2847
Berkeley, California 94707
Caroline Mok  in Berkeley
“I joined the practice of Dr. Paula Mandel as a Registered Psychological Assistant. Our practice specializes in providing psychotherapy to individual adults, adolescents, families, and couples. I have experience in treating numerous psychological disorders and supporting patients through difficult times, conflictual relationships, and troubling emotions. Along with the general areas of psychology, I specialize in the treatment of trauma. I have worked as a trauma researcher for five years at the Palo Alto VA and Palo Alto University, publishing a book chapter on personality disorders and presenting at trauma conferences across the U.S. and Canada.
(510) 849-6819
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
Loretta N Gordon, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Berkeley
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
“I love working with a broad spectrum of clients. My style is warm, client centered, down-to-earth & collaborative. I seek to empower clients and guide them towards expressing unspoken feelings, examining learned behaviors, and developing strategies for living a connected, compassionate life. I work deeply with current thoughts, beliefs and feelings about one's self as well as how you relate to the outside world to uncover deep seated self-judgment that blocks happiness. Feelings of anxiety, low self esteem, poor self worth, depression and unhappiness transform into greater acceptance and understanding.
(510) 239-5483
Berkeley, California 94704
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
Beverly Burch, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Berkeley
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, PhD
“Psychotherapy requires a safe place to experience change. I work in a supportive, focused, insight-oriented way with a range of issues, including relationships, depression, anxiety, sexuality, creativity. I have 30 years experience as a psychodynamic therapist, work which seeks lasting change. I also supervise and teach therapists in training.
(510) 488-2612
Berkeley, California 94705
“We at the Bay Area Center for Children love helping families and children of all ages through difficult times. Whether your child is struggling with acting out behaviors such as defiance or hyperactivity, or internalizing problems like depression or anxiety, we can help.
(415) 630-5202
Berkeley, California 94707
Katy Blackman,   in Berkeley
“Are you ready to make a shift? My approach is compassionate and direct. I work to assist you in creating a clear connection to your own inner wisdom to catalyze the transformation and healing that you seek. I trust that you hold all of the tools that you need to actualize your highest self and work primarily with the therapeutic healing modality of Depth Hypnosis as I have found it to be highly effective and empowering.
(510) 984-2379
Berkeley, California 94704
Jay Williams  in Berkeley
“I'm an ASW psychotherapist who works with individuals and groups, from young adults to seniors. While I enjoy working with clients from very diverse backgrounds, I have focused particularly on working with Queer and Trans individuals, POC communities, and People with Disabilities. I love getting to work with groups and individuals, and having the opportunity to support people in moving towards emotional, social, and life goals!
(510) 342-5789 x1
Berkeley, California 94704
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
Astarte Lippman, Marriage & Family Therapist Intern  in Berkeley
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist Intern, MA
“I believe that our journey through life is sacred. There are many ups and downs throughout this journey, and it is helpful to have a witness and guide along the way. I am deeply passionate and committed to personal growth, integrative healing, dreamwork, and tapping into boundless wisdom within the body, mind, and spirit. I provide a warm, grounded, and non-judgmental space for you to explore where you are and discover where you want to be. I am interactive, responsive, and grounded. I make space for laughter, as well as tears.
(510) 344-6577
Berkeley, California 94710
Carlin Quinn, Marriage & Family Therapist Intern  in Berkeley
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist Intern, MA, MFTI, RYT
“I specialize in working with individuals, teens, couples and families struggling to connect effectively with each other and the world around them. If you feel stuck in painful cycles or confused by destructive patterns in life, it may be time to enlist another person's support to develop greater understanding and to bring about change. By gaining insight into the ways you relate to others and the world, you will experience greater freedom, balance, and well being in your life. If you are living with unresolved trauma, aggression, addiction, identity issues or relational struggles, I can be of help.
(510) 398-1480
Berkeley, California 94704
Jim Murakami, Psychologist  in Berkeley
“Hello, I have a passion for working collaboratively with adults, adolescents and children who may be experiencing distress or who simply seek greater fulfillment in life. I believe deeply in the importance of connection among individuals, families, communities, nature, and spirituality towards promoting resiliency and healing. I have worked extensively with young adults, children and adolescents who have suffered trauma and loss. I provide individual and family therapy, as well as comprehensive psychological emotional, academic and intellectual assessments to clients of all ages.
(510) 379-9069
Berkeley, California 94707
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
Mary Ann Leff, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Berkeley
Verified by Psychology Today
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
Tyia Grange Isaacson, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Berkeley
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, PhD, Can, didate
“It takes a lot of courage to be vulnerable. Making the first call can feel overwhelming. Since 1998 I have helped people just like you lead more fulfilling, happier lives. I am sensitive to individual uniqueness and as life longer learner I am always cultivating new skills to be the very best clinician I can be for each of my clients. Call me for a free consultation 800.383.1790
(866) 523-4982
Berkeley, California 94702
Patricia Hart, Psychologist  in Berkeley
“As an interactive and engaged therapist my goal is to use the therapy relationship to help you better understand your relational world-partner, children, parents,siblings, friends, work, creative pursuits, spiritaual quests and to heal and to grow. I draw on the understandings of attachment theory and the interface of neurobiology and psychotherapy. In couples work, my goal to help each of you understand your part in the painful impasses in your marital/partner system and to work with you to confront your own issues in a way that improves your capacity to resolve conflicts and move towards greater intimacy.
(510) 985-4507
Berkeley, California 94707
Ben Ringler, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Berkeley
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MFT
“I help men find their inner strength as they balance evolving visions of being a man, father and provider. I tend to work with men who have a high emotional intensity but feel alone and overwhelmed, especially as a new father, in relationship, and at work. They've either have received the message that they are too much, or had to shut down emotionally as children because they felt alone with these feelings. Consequently, they often sense that something feels off with their lives, which can often fuel addictive behavior and lead to further anger, depression, anxiety, hopelessness and despair.
(510) 848-8899
Berkeley, California 94710
Aden Neumeister, Psychologist  in Berkeley
“If you are seeking therapy there may be some good reasons that I would be a good fit for you. You may have tried many different methods of healing but find that there are places that you have not been able to tend to alone. These may be places that are very overt or hidden from view due to cultural, social or economic issues. They may be longstanding or new, but they are causing confusion and suffering at this time. These issues may involve gender or sexuality, complex grief, or cumulative trauma. This is a perfect time to seek help.
(510) 240-5968
Berkeley, California 94705
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