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Therapists in Oakland

Rosemary Ehat, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Oakland
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MFT
“I provide a safe place where you can be yourself and share what is at the root of what bothers you. If you feel that you could live a fuller life with more inner freedom you may find that we are a good fit. I put most people at ease, and want to help you explore the causes of your suffering and the ways you might be undermining yourself in your relationships and in your work life. I believe change is possible, and also have seen that deep change requires courage, trust and mutual respect. Call 869-4445.
(510) 587-9134
Oakland, California 94618
Alison Trules, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Oakland
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“In times of transition life can be complicated and it may be difficult to make the best choices or decisions. A warm, experienced and compassionate psychotherapist can help guide you though these times. If you are struggling in your life right now, I offer you a safe place and the support that you need. Therapy will provide a structure that allows you to work on your relationship with yourself and improve your relationship with others. I work with adults and adolescents on a broad range of difficulties such as depression, anxiety, loss and grief, body image and eating disorders.
(510) 417-3442
Oakland, California 94618
Susan B. Garner, MA MFT, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Oakland
“I enjoy working with adults who are interested in becoming more conscious. We all have reactions to things but there are some reactions or triggers that cause emotional pain. These triggers are usually a leftover piece of unprocessed pain. Unless they are understood and healed, they'll keep coming up. I enjoy working with clients who are motivated and curious about this process. The result is more peace of mind and a more fulfilling relationship with oneself and others.
(510) 878-5740
Oakland, California 94611
Jennifer Lieberman, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Oakland
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, MFT
“I enjoy engaging with people about their lives, hearing what matters to them, what's meaningful, and encouraging them to live lives in alignment with those preferences. I partner with people to feel the permission really to be alive. I find it important to keep the work connected to what clients value; that fuels the resilience to tolerate change, hard conversations, and uncomfortable feelings (common elements of therapy). Given this, my ideal client/s is interested in feeling more self-acceptance, capacity to tolerate others, and to face unhelpful, old patterns with love in order to encourage choice and the possibility of change.
(650) 209-7025
Oakland, California 94610
Hilary Combs, Psychologist  in Oakland
“My clients are people struggling with a transition in their lives; initiating independence as a teenager or young adult, wrestling with a new gender or new role as a significant other / parent, newly dealing with depression, traumatic memories or substance abuse. My approach to psychotherapy is collaborative and interactive with the goal of creating a safe environment that will enable you to explore your thoughts and feelings related to present difficulties. I work with the idea of relieving one's immediate suffering with the longer term goal of how to better understand oneself and one's relationship to the world around you.
(347) 603-0916
Oakland, California 94618
Eren Berkenkotter, Psychologist  in Oakland
“Are you a worrier? Overwhelmed? Worn down or fed up with your life? I offer individual talk therapy so you will feel better, find your strengths, and can be yourself. Therapy is a focused time, place, and person to think things through with. It helps you gain perspective, feel connected, and feel understood. I use warmth and creativity to help you find compassion and insight to draw upon, especially for when you are swept away by your worries and dilemmas.
(510) 230-2762
Oakland, California 94610
Erica Reischer, Psychologist  in Oakland
“Seeking support from others--whether from friends, family, or a therapist--is a key trait of happy and successful people. I work with individuals, couples and families who want to create a greater sense of well-being and fulfillment in their lives. Specific issues include: promoting personal growth, creating fulfilling relationships, positive parenting, managing stress and difficult life changes, overcoming anxiety and depression, and defining and achieving personal goals. My work with clients is both compassionate and pragmatic, based on a collaborative and goal-oriented approach.
(510) 488-3143
Oakland, California 94611
Dr. Vernita Marsh & Associates, Psychologist  in Oakland
“Dr. Vernita Marsh & Associates is a holistic and psychotherapy practice. You will find our practice to be a warm and inviting atmosphere. Our staff is well trained and effective proven strategies. We incorporate a multiethnic as well as mind, body, and spiritual perspectives in addressing your concerns. We are committed to supporting you to recognize your dreams and living your life to the fullest. If you're feeling stuck or trapped in any way, we have expertise in assessing and helping you to identify what's contributing to you being stuck and offering coping strategies to help you becoming free.
(510) 808-6296
Oakland, California 94610
Genee D Jackson, Psychologist  in Oakland
“I am a licensed clinical health psychologist, supervisor and consultant in private practice for the past 15 years.
(415) 767-1913
Oakland, California 94606
Rainbow Schwartz, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Oakland
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MFT
“When we foster a space of compassion and curiosity we have more room to gain a deeper understanding of ourselves, our boundaries and our desires. By creating this intentional space, we can increase opportunities for choice in our lives. Using a combination of relational, psychodynamic and mindfulness techniques I will help you to understand your own emotional landscape, so you can feel better equipped to manage stressful moments in life and have more capacity for joy and meaning.
(510) 253-0122
Oakland, California 94610
Kimberly Wilson, Psychologist  in Oakland
“I specialize in evidence based treatments for adults with anxiety disorders. This means I use methods that have scientific support for their effectiveness and efficiency. My training and treatment approach is cognitive-behavioral (CBT), and includes recent mindfulness-based adaptations. My style is warm, active, present-oriented, and focused on clear goals. I emphasize a collaborative relationship, and encourage my clients to take a very active role in their treatments.
(510) 394-1452
Oakland, California 94618
Sandra Mangan, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Oakland
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MFT
“For twenty years I have helped individuals couples and families overcome obstacles to happiness and fulfillment in their lives. As a family therapist and a School Psychologist I have had an abundance of training and experience in dealing with the issues of children, adolescents their families. Although this is an area of expertise I have also been successful in my work with couples and individuals going through transitions, loss, anxiety or crisis. My approach is what I call "Naturalistic". This type of therapy is focused on what's happening both internally and externally for the client in their natural environment.
(510) 962-8267
Oakland, California 94611
Kathleen H. McClelland, MA MFT CA License 82458, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Oakland
“I work collaboratively with individuals of all ages to help them change dysfunctional relational patterns, recognize behaviors that are no longer working and explore new options for living. This developmental process takes place in the context of an ongoing dynamic relationship between therapist and client which empowers and frees creative energies in order to realize full human potential. My approach is informed by relational, psychodynamic and narrative theories. I also utilize expressive arts and sand tray when appropriate and do non-directive play therapy in my work with children and families.
(888) 697-2063
Oakland, California 94609
Jeff Benson, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Oakland
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, MFT
“Would you like an improved quality of life? Are you tired of taking care of everyone else's needs before your own? Learn how to put yourself back on the priority list and start to take care of you. I offer a place for people to be seen and accepted for their whole selves, their gifts and their challenges. By talking through your issues in a warm, compassionate, and affordable therapeutic atmosphere, we will break new ground together.
(847) 999-4361
Oakland, California 94611
Katie Burrill, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Oakland
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, MFT
“How tedious is the process of finding a therapist anyway? And how do you know if one therapist is a better fit for you than another? The ďrealĒ answer is you donít and the only way to find out is to pick one. Iím the one to pick if you are looking for someone who is genuine and accessible. I use a relational and client-centered approach to my work and consider my clients to be the experts of their own experiences. We work together to gain insights, alleviate the hurt or destructive patterns, and improve personal relationships.
(510) 629-6938
Oakland, California 94610
Jamie Watkins, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Oakland
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I believe that healing occurs in a safe space with a trusted other. People seek out therapy for different reasons and often these reasons are hard to talk about. Maybe you are wrestling with painful memories from your past, maybe you find it difficult to have satisfying relationships, maybe you are experiencing anxiety and depression, or, perhaps, you are having difficulty coping with a loss or connecting with your child. It can be quite helpful to explore these issues and trace back their roots; processing, exploring, and being curious about feelings and beliefs that may come up along the way.
(408) 837-4542
Oakland, California 94618
Catherine A Jolly, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Oakland
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT
“All people have a strong, wise voice, which can guide the way through confusion and painful blocks. Great suffering results when people lose touch with that voice, because they feel they must continue with the way things are, despite mixed feelings. I love helping people find their voice, and liberate their inherent creativity and spirituality. I enjoy working with teens and adults, addressing a wide range of issues including identity. For clients who choose talk therapy, I use a collaborative, respectful approach to assist you in unraveling unhelpful belief systems and the difficult experiences that contributed to those beliefs.
(510) 207-9491
Oakland, California 94602
Sara Lesser, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Oakland
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Are you fighting a lot? Is there a lack of passion? I enjoy helping couples to reconnect and to feel more satisfied in their relationship. I will help you learn new more effective ways to communicate and skills that will allow you to feel more compassion towards one another. I help people figure out what is wrong, make real changes and find ways to live a more fulfilling life. My style is collaborative, genuine and interactive. I believe humor can be an important part of getting through difficult times.
(510) 878-4008
Oakland, California 94618
Kathryn Orfirer, Psychologist  in Oakland
“I am a clinical and developmental psychologist with over 25 years experience working with clients over the lifespan. I work collaboratively with parents and caregivers, providing consultation, infant parent therapy, play therapy as well as therapy for teens for a range of concerns including depression and anxiety, family and peer relationships, school difficulties, coping with divorce, adoption, abuse, and exploration/discovery of gender or sexual orientation/identity. I also work with young adults transitioning to college and independence and provide supportive, insight-oriented and attachment-informed therapy for adults struggling with problems of daily living, depression, anxiety, relationships and esteem.
(510) 692-9736
Oakland, California 94610
Larisa Blum, Marriage & Family Therapist Intern  in Oakland
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist Intern, MA, MFTI, JD, CMT-SE
“I am a somatic therapist who focuses on relational, attachment and childhood trauma issues. I work with individuals and couples to address relationship ambivalence, anxiety, major life transition, depression, stuckness, poor communication and conflict, among other issues. I help with building awareness of one's thoughts, feelings and physical sensations to develop greater insight and uncover new choices.
(510) 924-0161
Oakland, California 94610
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