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Therapists in Oakland

Steven Baum, Psychologist  in Oakland
“I will work intensively to help bring you a sense of relief and contentment in your life. The brief and longer term psychotherapies I practice are intended to result in real and long lasting life changes. These changes are often associated with an increased sense of satisfaction, contentment and inner peace. I will help you identify and use your strengths to address the challenges you may be facing and to reach your goals.
(510) 594-4050
Oakland, California 94618
Dan Quinn, Psychologist  in Oakland
“If you feel hopeless or unsupported, or you feel depressed or anxious...or if your husband or wife or partner isn't willing to talk about problems; there's professional, supportive, empathic, and good-humored help available. I'm a psychologist, researcher, and clinical supervisor and professor at The Wright Institute who helps adults and teens facing difficulties and dilemmas, and couples with low to high conflict, including infidelity, who may want to save--or simply improve--their relationship.
(510) 408-6852
Oakland, California 94602
Charlotte Parker, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Oakland
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MFT
“I have 17 years experience working with individuals and couples who have a desire to make positive changes in their lives. My motivation is to support you as you journey through your personal exploration and growth; and assist you in finding the answers for yourself. Within my practice, I offer a formal and professional relationship that is authentic and accommodates your development of self-awareness and self - responsibility. My personal philosophy incorporates the provision of a safe environment from which you can explore your thoughts, emotions, experiences and perceptions within framework of acceptance.
(510) 270-4296
Oakland, California 94609
Catherine Valdez, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Oakland
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MS, MFT
“You may be feeling overwhelmed with feelings of sadness, worry, loss, despair, anger, fear, or confusion. These feelings may be personal or within your relationships. My goal is to provide a safe, non-judgemental place where we can work together to understand the meaning of your experience and how to realize your goals for a happier life and for loving relationships. I have 20 years of experience working with individual and relationship issues such as emotional problems, communication, parenting, illness, grief, addiction, and intimacy issues.
(510) 878-5325
Oakland, California 94618
Zoe Strominger, Psychiatric Nurse  in Oakland
“Hello! I'm a nurse practitioner specializing in integrative psychiatry and mental health. I work with people of all ages. My training and scope of practice includes: prescribing and monitoring psychiatric medications; talk therapy, including mindfulness and acceptance-based approaches; recommendations for supplements and herbs; clinical hypnosis or guided imagery; nutritional and lifestyle counseling; and yogi approaches to mental health. If you'd like to find out more about how we can work together, please visit my website for a free meet-and-greet appointment.
(510) 254-3963
Oakland, California 94611
Zonya Johnson, Psychologist  in Oakland
“I have worked as a clinical psychologist and psychotherapist for over 25 years. I work with individuals and couples with a broad range of psychological and relationship problems. I very much enjoy the sociocultural diversity of the Bay Area and my psychotherapy practice reflects this diversity. Helping people maximize their individual potential is a never-ending source of satisfaction. I have special interests in relationship issues, women's issues, cultural concerns, and health-related problems. I also enjoy helping people find a balance between the demands of work, self, spirit and family.
(925) 238-8809
Oakland, California 94618
Mary McFarland, LCSW, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Oakland
“Are you unhappy with your life? With yourself? Or your relationship? Are you looking for an experienced therapist who will listen to what YOU WANT and need? I am a kind compassionate seasoned professional who will help you understand yourself better. In my work I will actively engage with you to move you in the direction YOU WANT to go.
(510) 878-4764
Oakland, California 94618
Harmony J Satre, Psychologist  in Oakland
“Welcome! I know that finding the right therapist can be a difficult process. The basis of good therapy is established through openness and trust, which can be hard to glean from a few words on an internet profile. I hope that you will give me a call so that I or my office staff can answer your questions, and to see if we might be a good match! You can also visit my website to learn more about me and the associates whom I supervise, who offer unique specialties of their own.
(510) 224-5475
Oakland, California 94611
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, PhD, LCSW
“We will focus on solutions to dilemmas and distress through exploration of options, feelings, and life situations. Relationships in worklife, in home and family, and to the rest of the world including race and economic issues are crucial to understanding and problem solving. My style is interactive and conversational.
(510) 746-8623
Oakland, California 94611
Joy Metoyer, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Oakland
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Finding a therapist can be an uncomfortable task. I offer a free consultation so we can meet and you can decide if I am the right therapist to meet your needs. I work with adults, individually or in couple relationships, and with adolescents and children with a variety of concerns including depression, anxiety, grief and loss issues, and trauma, as well as concerns about troublesome relationships, life transitions and a lack of focus which inhibits one's ability to be content and happy.
(925) 392-3592
Oakland, California 94606
Megan Rundel, Psychologist  in Oakland
“Most of my clients are successful, creative, somewhat unconventional people who are struggling with their demons. Sometimes you know the demons; they are depression, anxiety, or low self-esteem. Sometimes you don't know the demons; they quietly become a part of your life as a series of difficult relationships, recurring struggles with work, or a sense of inner emptiness. Demons grow large and multiply in the shadows of the unexamined life. And when we open them up to the light, the demons can scatter or transform.
(510) 597-1261
Oakland, California 94618
Tim Tisdell, Psychologist  in Oakland
“I am well trained as a licensed Clinical Psychologist with more than 20 years of experience working with children, adolescents and adults. Technically, my approach combines psychodynamic and cognitive-behavioral techniques. The decision to begin therapy is highly complicated and very personal. Individuals often make this decision when life begins to feel unmanageable or unfulfilling. Thus, my approach involves listening actively, providing support, and making direct comments to help my clients develop greater awareness about the patterns in their lives that cause emotional distress or difficulties in relationships. Although the process can be challenging, the potential gains are significant.
(510) 358-4819
Oakland, California 94618
Dave Walcott, Marriage & Family Therapist Intern  in Oakland
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist Intern
“I am passionate about supporting individuals and couples wishing to recover from codependency, trauma, and addictions to substances, behaviors and people. People struggling with these things often believe (inaccurately) that their pain indicates that there is something wrong, bad, or defective about them. I strive to create a safe, nonjudgmental environment, to heal the shame and low self-esteem that underlie these kinds of suffering. I will work with you to rebuild the sense of worthiness and vitality which is essential in sustaining your own personal wellness and recovery.
(510) 545-3430
Oakland, California 94609
Nancy Levine-jordano, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Oakland
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I believe most people seek therapy as a road to change: lessening sadness, loneliness, anxiety, guilt, shame; changing relationships; making life transitions. I have devoted many years of training and practice to better help my patients understand their unconscious obstacles to desired change. For some patients change means learning to confront pain from chronic conditions like anxiety, depression, bi-polar or attention deficit disorders, For others, change entails finding their authentic voice in relationships or facing difficult realities. I enjoy developing a close, working relationship with my patients to create new capacities within themselves, hopefully perceiving new choices in their lives.
(510) 394-1891
Oakland, California 94610
Lara Weyland, Psychologist  in Oakland
“My work with adults comes with understanding, compassion and extensive training. I have years of experience working with addiction; depression, post-partum depression, and bipolar disorders; anxiety and panic disorders; trauma; relationship, parenting, and family issues; life transition and questions like "What do I really want?" and "What is really important to me?" I believe that psychotherapy is a process that offers a way to understand troubling experiences and relationships that result in unhappiness, disappointments, and dissatisfactions which build up over the course of life.
(510) 878-4400
Oakland, California 94611
Lori Beth Kaplan, Psychologist  in Oakland
“My ideal client is a child or adolescent and/or their parent/guardian looking to make the experience through adolescence a more joyful experience. I knew early on that working with children, adolescents and their families was my calling. With over 30 years of experience and extensive training, I can help children and their families find solutions, resolve conflicts, improve communication and learn new skills to better manage their lives. My skillset includes helping people dealing with complex issues including ADHD, Asperger's, mood/anxiety, chronic illness, PTSD, grief/loss, teasing/bullying, fears/phobias, sibling conflict, and divorce/separation.
(510) 725-4563
Oakland, California 94611
Stephanie P Morgan, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Oakland
“Are you in the middle of a big transition? This can be a scary and confusing time. Therapy is a unique opportunity to sort through all the conflicting feelings, thoughtfully address the major life decisions, to find clarity and a sense of well-being again. You might be struggling to manage emotional pain with addictions, unhealthy relationships, and or other self-defeating behaviors. I am committed to helping people use their struggles to grow and achieve happier, more fulfilling lives.
(510) 595-4655
Oakland, California 94618
Jay Joseph, Psychologist  in Oakland
“I enjoy being a psychotherapist because it provides me the opportunity to help people resolve the issues that are causing them distress. I work with adults, children, and families, and understand that each person is a unique individual with his or her unique life circumstances, history, and social and cultural context. A goal of our work together will be to help you identify and understand the conflicts that may be causing you difficulty, and to help you overcome them. Or perhaps negative thinking patterns cause you to experience sadness, loneliness, hopelessness, fear, or other unwanted emotions.
(510) 295-5490
Oakland, California 94618
David Hassin, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Oakland
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Life is change...but some changes leave wounds that no one can see. I work with men..regular guys, who may never have thought that they would ever need to speak to "a professional'. I know how hard it is to talk about the things that are bothering you. I know what it is to be alone and hurting. There is no magic in what I do. You don't even have to talk about your feelings, if you don't want to.. I stop the bleeding, I clean the wounds, and I help the healing start.
(510) 972-1648
Oakland, California 94610
Sharon Bass, Psychologist  in Oakland
“How good would it feel to be deeply listened to and understood? To talk with someone who has the empathy and skill to help you sort out the tangle of thoughts, feelings and behaviors that prevent you from having the best life possible? Whether you pick the wrong partners, undermine yourself at work, lack the confidence to pursue your dreams or can't form a clear picture of what they are, working with a skilled therapist can get you moving in the right direction. I have particular expertise working with trauma/PTSD, depression, life transitions like divorce, and relationship issues.
(510) 240-5991
Oakland, California 94610
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