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Therapists in Berkeley

Jeanne Leventhal Alexander, Psychiatrist  in Berkeley
Verified by Psychology Today
Psychiatrist, MD, ABPN, FRCPC, FAPA, FACPsyc
“Anyone in need of an experienced psychopharmacologist for medical psychiatric care is my ideal client. I do detailed and in depth evaluations of your history, family history, and meidcal problems. My intake varies from 60 minutes to 120 minutes depending on the complexity of the issue. I find that if the initial evaluation is done properly, the treatment becomes much more clear. My ideal client is someone who wishes to have their mental health problem carefully thought through as well as any health problems taken into account. Women with hormone related issues at any age is an area of expertise.
(510) 878-5665
Berkeley, California 94705
Lee Townsend, Marriage & Family Therapist Intern  in Berkeley
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist Intern, MA, MFTI
“I provide culturally sensitive, empirically validated psychotherapy services to individuals, couples and families under the supervision of Dr. Dedalus Hyde. I am committed to the therapeutic process as a collaborative journey and consider it a great privilege to be entrusted with my clients' deepest thoughts and feelings. I am actively engaged with those who are grappling with issues of anxiety, depression, bereavement, life transitions, trauma, interpersonal difficulties and creative blocks, addressing my client's concerns in a humanistic and holistic manner that transcends preoccupation with pathology to work toward a life of deep meaning, creativity and interpersonal fulfillment.
(510) 684-9930
Berkeley, California 94707
Eileen Drapiza-Dornan, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Berkeley
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, MFT
“Do you move between culturally different worlds on a regular basis? Do you feel that you don't completely fit in, that your identity is mixed or "in between?" Do you long to say what you've never before dared to say? Maybe you missed a warm, nurturing upbringing because you were taught to focus on achievement at the expense of emotional needs. Is this a legacy you wish to accept for yourself or your children? As the child of Filipino immigrants, these issues resonate deeply with me, and I can help if you feel stuck between opposing cultural values.
(510) 859-4362
Berkeley, California 94704
Katya Woodmansee, Psychologist  in Berkeley
“Do you find yourself being frustrated by your child's behavior? Do you sometimes catch yourself wishing you were a better parent or thinking "I sound just like my mother?" Parenting can give us enormous rewards and also deeply challenge our limits. It can bring up experiences from your own upbringing that you thought you had left behind. I help parents address the stresses that come with parenting so they can focus on enjoying their relationship with their child. Together we can think about what would help you raise a child who is happy and resilient.
(510) 986-4803
Berkeley, California 94705
Gary Ware, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Berkeley
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, PhD
“As a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, I bring extensive knowledge and experience in the field of psychotherapy. I received my Masters Degree in Counseling Psychology in 1976 and my Doctorate Degree in Family Psychology in 1984 and have been in private practice for over 25 years.
(510) 296-6684
Berkeley, California 94710
Kimbo Prichard, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Berkeley
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, MFT
“Coming to therapy is the first step in a hopeful direction. People come to therapy for many different reasons, at least part of which is an attempt to change something. If pain is one side of a coin and hope is the other, then the flip of a coin is choosing therapy. Change can be a scary word that snaps us right out of our comfort zone. While itís true that therapy is not always an easy endeavor, it is meant to provide relief and healing. Therapy at its best is a partnership, two minds in open communication pursuing a clear goal.
(510) 878-3609
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
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
Sheila Addison, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Berkeley
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, PhD, LMFT
“Building relationships to last a lifetime! I work with * Individuals from all walks of life * Couples of all kinds - married, co-habitating, dating, divorced * Families of all sorts * Gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender people and their partners and families * People who are part of the kink community, or who participate in BDSM in their personal lives * People in open, non-monogamous, polyamorous, or other non-traditional relationships * Cross-cultural couples and families * Genderqueer folks * Current or former workers in the sex industry * People with body image and self-acceptance issues * People with all kinds of mental and physical health problems
(510) 403-1458
Berkeley, California 94704
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
“I am a board certified adult psychiatrist and see patients for therapy with or without medication. My focus is in Depression, Anxiety, and OCD. However, what I emphasize in sessions is not the general diagnosis but the particularity, uniqueness, and subjectivity of a patient. I strive to create a space in which the patient's subjectivity emerges. Then to explore and work through what emerges in this process guides me. My hope is that a patient becomes more aware of themselves, their issues, and through this process achieve a sense of satisfaction and joy.
(510) 878-3582
Berkeley, California 94705
Stacy George, Marriage & Family Therapist Intern  in Berkeley
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist Intern, MFTI
“Life is a series of transitions. Sometimes we move through them with ease and other times we feel stuck, not knowing what to do next. I specialize in helping individuals navigate the confusion and changes when entering a new phase of life (e.g., puberty, aging, marriage, divorce, new parenthood, grief and loss, illness). We explore the present moment and the influences of your past. With compassion, we create a space to reflect on your feelings, beliefs and intuitions so that you can make empowered choices. You will discover your essential truth and move to a more peaceful, satisfied place.
(510) 314-8566
Berkeley, California 94705
Tami Linde, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Berkeley
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, MFT
“My therapy practice will provide you with a safe environment to examine thoughts and behaviors that may be holding you back from the happiness, peace, and success that you want. I specialize in working with adults and couples in the treatment of anxiety, depression, and relationship problems. Additionally, I am a certified anger management facilitator.
(510) 859-4303
Berkeley, California 94710
Rachel Greenberg, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Berkeley
“Are you ready for change and personal growth? Would like to explore and experience more fulfilling relationships? People seek therapy for many reasons, often it is when they are confronted by a challenging life circumstance or interested in resolving familiar issues or breaking destructive patterns. Whatever your reason for wanting therapy at this time, chances are you would like to feel happier more of the time.
(510) 250-3886
Berkeley, California 94709
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
Suzanne Pregerson, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Berkeley
“I am a student of human behavior, curious about what helps people feel at peace in themselves and in their world. This curiosity has led me to seek and to find the knowledge and guidance of those who are happy, fearless, and openhearted in their circumstances. How do we learn from each other and ourselves? What allows some people to have relationships that are supportive and alive?
(510) 548-1237
Berkeley, California 94709
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist Intern, MA, MFTI, CAMF
“I work with clients from a client-centered approach which is intended to provide the safe space needed for healing. Together we will target debilitating symptoms. I work with children, adolescents and adults in individual and family settings. and couples seeking support in their relationship. I work with people seeking awareness on how to improve their life and support in achieving their goals. Together we will restore healthy lifestyle patterns and plan for future success. Children, teens, adults and couples often can suffer from the same depressive, anxious and traumatic experiences, but will need different support to heal.
(510) 746-8133
Berkeley, California 94709
Sandra Schueling, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Berkeley
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, MFT
“I am most interested in helping you feel good. In your intimate relationships, in your communication or in your parenting, I will work with you to improve your skills and the overall enjoyment of interactions with those you love. I can help you to resolve conflicts and misunderstandings in your relationships or guide you in understanding why you continue to find yourself in similar patterns. We will work together to find solutions that help you feel better in your daily interactions.
(510) 398-6348
Berkeley, California 94710
Ava Charney-Danysh, Art Therapist  in Berkeley
“Have you experienced past or recent losses that have left you bereft, regretful, or guilt-ridden? Does your grief feel "complicated" or unresolved? Are you struggling with food and weight issues such as compulsive eating, obesity, or bulimia? Are you dependent on alcohol or marijuana to "take the edge off" ? Do you have family or relationship problems that leave you feeling "stuck" and frustrated? Do you long for deeper intimacy in your relationships but don't know how to get there? Are you dealing with fraught issues with aging parents? Do you long for resolution while there's time?
(510) 898-6230
Berkeley, California 94705
Lisa C. Tracy  in Berkeley
“Many of us carry wounds from life experiences which have shaped us in significant and sometimes unexpected ways. Problems such as dissatisfaction with one's relationships, difficulty managing emotions, fear around making decisions, and a lack of sense of self-worth can have subtle roots in earlier life experiences and be difficult if not impossible to disentangle and permanently alter without doing deep work in a safe space. Regardless of what our childhoods were like, we all at times face challenges and difficulties in life, which call upon us in new ways.
(510) 279-3808
Berkeley, California 94705
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