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Therapists in Oakland

Ashby Lankford, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Oakland
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
“Finding the right match in a therapist is essential to beginning this uniquely personal process. Therapy often gets a bad name when there is a sense of disconnect between client and therapist, which can make therapy feel like another struggle. Life is challenging enough. I am committed to creating a comfortable and genuine dialogue with each client, or to offering more fitting outside referrals. I am able to put people at ease, welcoming humor where appropriate. My clients often appreciate my competence at actively helping to identify thoughts or patterns of behavior that are causing them ongoing suffering.
(510) 817-2048
Oakland, California 94618
Aimee Pomerleau, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Oakland
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MFT
“Feeling overwhelmed or stuck? I can support you in the process of moving forward. Using present moment experience, we'll explore how you relate with yourself and others. In this way, you can learn to set boundaries, expand your emotional capacity, as well as give and receive love more deeply.
(510) 239-7662
Oakland, California 94611
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
Allison Arons, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Oakland
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, MFT
“Autism.....a word, a diagnosis, so widely talked about in our society. My passion and specialty incorporate working with kids, teens and adults on the autism spectrum and their families. I use a variety of modalities to initiate play, reciprocity, feeling identification, support emotional development, teach self-regulatory strategies and social skills. I work on topics including behavior management, anxiety, social isolation and family dynamics. I also work with siblings in both groups and individually to support their emotional growth, addressing their role in the family dynamic, and work through their feelings.
(805) 430-3872
Oakland, California 94611
Rozelle Vogelman, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Oakland
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, MFT
“Finding a therapist is a daunting task. So I encourage you to call me for a free consultation to assess if we would be a good fit. If we aren't, I shall be glad to give you some referrals. My hope and intention in working with you is to help you on your journey to becoming the person you were meant to be. Together we will discuss your life challenges and your therapeutic goals, work on changing any habitual patterns that get in your way, and heal the emotional wounds of the past and present.
(510) 910-3537
Oakland, California 94609
Tecsia Evans, Psychologist  in Oakland
“We all deserve to have meaningful and healthy relationships with those we love. However, sometimes this may not be realized because of our own unhealthy patterns or because we engage with those that are not healthy for us. Whatever obstacle that may be standing in the way of you loving well or being loved well, my relationship coaching is sure to provide concrete skills to help you create and sustain the relationships you desire to have.
(510) 808-6396
Oakland, California 94611
L Eileen Keller, Psychologist  in Oakland
“Maybe you feel down or frustrated or anxious and have tried everything you can think of on your own. I work on the basis of a conviction that two heads are better than one and believe that through you and I talking together, we can help you find relief from suffering and build your capacity to find more joy in your life.
(510) 996-4095
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
Kristin Hirt, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Oakland
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT
“I welcome you to come as you are. When we collaborate in the healing process, we'll be tuning in to and drawing from your unique strengths--your creative spirit, your essential wisdom, and your resilience--as the basis for navigating the real challenges and struggles you face. I offer you a safe space for exploring and more deeply understanding your experience of vulnerability, conflict, or stuckness. I'll help you to hold yourself with compassion and validation, to become empowered to find your voice, and to practice new communication and coping skills.
(510) 872-2336
Oakland, California 94610
Robert Levine, Psychologist  in Oakland
“My approach is active and present-oriented. In the room, you'll find me to be warm, engaging, imaginative, and curious. I can help with mood and anxiety issues, relationship difficulties and dependence on substances. I work from a psychodynamic and Jungian perspective, sometimes incorporating cognitive therapy and mindfulness, depending on the specific issue and the needs of each person.
(510) 878-4741
Oakland, California 94618
Stephen Kusch, Psychologist  in Oakland
“Do you ever find that the more you try to get rid of painful emotions, the more overwhelmed you feel? Life can sometimes feel like a straw finger puzzle: the more you pull, the tighter the grip. This is partly because life is challenging. It is also because in times of stress, we are wired to protect ourselves by focusing on potential dangers. Although adaptive for some situations, this wiring can become a closed feedback loop: the harder you try, the more you see only problems; and the more problems you see, the more you lose sight of the strengths and resources that facilitate change.
(510) 788-2349
Oakland, California 94618
Sam Himelstein, Psychologist  in Oakland
“I specialize in working with adolescents who are struggling with a wide range of issues from depression and suicide to delinquency, incarceration, and substance abuse. I work to build an authentic relationship and an atmosphere of trust so that my clients feel comfortable exploring pertinent issues. In psychological testing and evaluation, I focus on the whole person, and comprehensively assess adolescents for IQ, personality, behavioral, cognitive, and learning disorders. Further, I also specialize in working with adults who are seeking personal development, growth, and spiritual development. I work from a self-awareness-based, relational model for both types of clients I see.
(510) 746-8552
Oakland, California 94610
Dana Locke, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Oakland
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
“Using methods that quickly get to the heart of your struggles with relationships, depression, low self esteem, or loss, I can help you find relief when we work together in therapy. Very often, knowing the deeper truth and inherent logic of our problems leads to uprooting and transforming them. You can feel more creative and joyful.
(510) 655-2823
Oakland, California 94618
Nick Wightman, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Oakland
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
“Choosing to start therapy is a sign of strength, not weakness. I create a safe space to support you in this courageous process as we work together to transform the challenges that are keeping you from the fulfilling life you know you deserve. In this role I am a coach, advocate, supporter, catalyst, trusted listener and compassionate advisor. Whether your challenge is depression, anxiety, grief and loss, relationship issues, life transitions, life purpose questions, addictions or career challenges- all you need to get started is a desire to change.
(510) 403-8480
Oakland, California 94609
“Are you bothered by an upsetting event that you cannot get out of your mind? Do you become tearful or angry for unclear reasons? Do you realize something is holding you back, but not sure what it is? Are you one of those individuals who has tried traditional talk therapy, while the past still has a grip on you? Exciting breakthroughs have been advanced in the understanding of Trauma and Post Traumatic Stress Disorder the past two decades. Research shows that certain non-traditional therapies can more quickly and deeply assist clients in recovery from traumatic events.
(510) 545-9572
Oakland, California 94611
Marian Shapiro, Marriage & Family Therapist Intern  in Oakland
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist Intern, MA, MFTI
“I form an alliance with each individual client to help them with their obstacles and achieve their goals. We may use a variety of modalities, often transferring from one to another depending on the needs of the client in the moment, working with the client as a whole integrated person. These may include various therapies. We may use the arts*, including visual art, movement, sound, journaling, sand tray or drama expressively, in order to foster release, self-understanding and insight, and then discuss what has come up, it's meaning in your life, how to proceed. *No creative ability necessary.
(510) 250-3980
Oakland, California 94618
Tom Schluckebier, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Oakland
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I've been treating adults, couples, families, and groups in CA since 1993 (and earlier, children, teens, families, university employees, addictions and psychiatric illness, back east 1985-93). My post-grad training was in Berkeley at The Psychotherapy Institute (long-term psychodynamic) and UCB Counseling & Psychological Services (brief and long-term). Recently I worked at San Francisco Kaiser treating adults, young to elderly, with a full spectrum of mental health and medical concerns. Based on my clinical background, I tailor therapy to your present experience, future hopes, and past conditioning so you can move forward, potentially even be "self-therapeutic."
(888) 349-9723
Oakland, California 94618
Elizabeth Riva Meyer, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Oakland
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MS, LMFT
“Since 1995, I have worked with children aged 5-11 within various roles and as a therapist for the past six and a half years. Extensive experience in school-based mental health alongside personal trauma recovery has shaped my clinical framework and approach. A strong relational foundation, the use of play, modeling of self-regulation, and great respect for an individual's history and present modes of adaptation are central to how I choose to enter the therapeutic relationship and engage in the work of therapy. Being invited into a child's world is a singular experience and an honor.
(510) 808-6877
Oakland, California 94610
Diane Swirsky, Psychologist  in Oakland
“I think of psychotherapy as a collaborative process and my style is interactive and engaged. I value people's strengths and maintain an open, empathic and non-judgmental position. Every individual and couple comes to therapy with unique needs, desires and history; so there is no one "right" way to work with everyone. Together the client and I determine what is most likely to be helpful. I have over 20 years experience treating all sorts of people, but I have a particular specialty in treating trauma and abuse survivors.
(510) 567-4797
Oakland, California 94610
Sheila Hogan Longerbeam, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Oakland
“One of the first questions we ask when things go wrong is, "Why is this happening?" It is also an inquiry into, "Who am I?" In my work, I am focused on helping you use the current difficulty to know yourself, know your options and be able to face it with resilience. Starting therapy may challenge your tendency to handle things on your own. Is self-reliance serving you now, or keeping you stuck in repetitive cycles? I treat this potent time with respect, paying attention to your unique situation.
(925) 308-5605
Oakland, California 94611
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