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Therapists in Berkeley

“Like many therapists I like articulate motivated clients. However, I also like difficult clients:I like clients who question how I think;who have never been to therapy before or who have had a previous therapy experience which was unsatisfying. If I weren't a psychotherapist I'd be a stand-up comic, so clients with a good sense of humor would appreciate me. I work well with men struggling to be emotionally tuned in to their partners. I also work well with individuals in mid-life who are questioning what to do with the rest of their life.
(510) 878-4781
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
Dorota Orechwa, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Berkeley
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT
“Beginning to work with a therapist is a rare chance to reflect on your life and to explore your hopes, fears, and the underlying reasons that have led you to begin this journey of self-exploration. We will co-create a rhythm of listening deeply to what is happening within you to gain a deeper awareness of what is impairing your ability to live the life you desire. Through our work together, my role is to help you to locate your core self and to gain insight on your individual needs so you can work toward living a more meaningful and fulfilling existence.
(510) 648-3352
Berkeley, California 94705
Maria Pilar Bratko, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Berkeley
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, MFT
“Generally, what brings clients to my office are concerns related to work, relationships, and life. What I offer is depth psychotherapy for individuals and couples and welcome those from the Latino community. In individual therapy I will work with you to better understand your feelings and thoughts, find new ways for dealing with problems, and be more effective in recognizing and meeting your needs, desires, and aspirations. Couples often want to understand where their communication is not effective. In couple's therapy I will work with both of you to improve your relationship by strengthening communication skills. I don't work with domestic violence.
(510) 648-5384
Berkeley, California 94705
Susanna Moore, Psychologist  in Berkeley
“If you or your child are suffering from anxiety, depression, the effects of a traumatic experience or the loss of someone you loved, or if you simply want to understand how to make changes in your life, I can help put your experience in context, and collaborate with you to choose the best course of action. I have more than 15 years experience helping adults, kids and teens discover what is holding them back, and how to fulfill their dreams. I am flexible, practical and have broad training, including psycho-dynamic, cognitive behavioral, play therapy and EMDR. Se habla espanol.
(510) 240-5918
Berkeley, California 94705
Silvia Gorla, Psychologist  in Berkeley
“I work with individuals in a collaborative, empathic way, helping you develop a deeper understanding and acceptance of yourself. This greater awareness and acceptance allows for making important, lasting changes in your life. I use a variety of approaches in my practice depending on your treatment goals and individual needs. These include psychodynamic therapy (understanding how early relationships and experiences influence your current life), cognitive behavioral therapy (identifying and changing thoughts that may be contributing to difficulties), mindfulness (present moment awareness and acceptance), relaxation training, and emdr (eye movement desensitization and reprocessing, which can help heal the effects of trauma.)
(510) 371-4973
Berkeley, California 94705
Rain Sussman, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Berkeley
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Shopping for a therapist can be confusing. To help you decide whether I'm the right therapist for you, I offer a free, no obligations phone call with easy online scheduling. I'm straightforward, open, and happy to explain what I do and how it works. It's very important to have a good connection with your therapist, so I recommend "interviewing" a few people by phone and then deciding whom you feel most comfortable with. You can schedule a call with me on my website. Also, feel free to request a list of "interview questions" to guide your search.
(510) 488-2135
Berkeley, California 94702
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
Dana Carr, Psychologist  in Berkeley
“Are you feeling stuck, facing a difficult transition, having relationship concerns, or feeling unbalanced emotionally? I help client's think about what has kept them from creating the life they truly envision for themselves and to move them forward in making that life a reality. The more we become self-aware and self-reflective the greater chance we have at living the life we want. Through psychotherapy I help clients process their experiences, gain new perspectives, and ultimately take action to create the life they desire.
(510) 907-7150
Berkeley, California 94709
George Kitahara Kich, Psychologist  in Berkeley
“I work with individuals, couples and families who are experiencing stress and life transitions. I use a relational, systems and insight-oriented approach to help my clients become more of whom they aspire to be.
(510) 466-1119
Berkeley, California 94703
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
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
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
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) 859-4776
Berkeley, California 94704
Deborah Essex, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Berkeley
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MFT
“For over 25 years, I have counseled children, teens, families and adults. I am comfortable working with clients from a variety of backgrounds and with a variety of problems. I have helped many people find relief from stress due family problems, relationship difficulties, job stress, fear, anxiety, self-esteem, co-dependency, parent-child problems, divorce, identity issues, grief and loss.
(510) 878-5164
Berkeley, California 94705
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
Corinna Press, Psychologist  in Berkeley
“Berkeley Office: For the time being, I am not taking any new referrals. Fairfield Office: There is currently waiting list for new clients at NorthBay Center for Primary Care. Please call 707-646-5534 for more information.
(510) 996-4682
Berkeley, California 94705
Yael Stiles, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Berkeley
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I provide short-term solution-focused counseling, as well as long-term in-depth therapy for adults, adolescents, couples, and families. I take a practical approach and specialize in skills-building for improved relationships and stress reduction. NEW CLIENTS, PLEASE NOTE: I will be on maternity leave from April 1st, 2014 to July 1st, 2014 and as of February 1, 2014, I am currently not accepting new clients. I invite you to email me to be placed on the waitlist, which will be opened on July 1st when I return.
(510) 606-9759
Berkeley, California 94707
Winifred M Reilly, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Berkeley
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, MFT
“By the time most couples come to my office, they're frustrated, discouraged, and tired of going in circles. Many think their problems are insurmountable, that they're beyond help. Very few couples are beyond help. If your relationship is in trouble, don't wait. And don't give up. I have been in practice for nearly 30 years, specializing in psychotherapy with couples. I bring extensive training in relationship dynamics, marital systems, and sex therapy. I use a collaborative, positive approach that makes sense of what's hard and offers tools and encouragement to even the most troubled relationship.
(510) 878-4746
Berkeley, California 94709
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
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