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Therapists in Oakland

Randall Wyatt, Psychologist  in Oakland
“Often clients come into therapy with me when they are stuck in life, in a crisis, or in transition in a relationship or job or when emotions are just becoming too much to cope with. They want a change but are not always sure how to go about it. Taking the step to begin therapy is not easy for most people, but starting therapy often leads to a real opportunity to change, in ways that are not always expected. My style is warm, inviting and engaging, and I seek to connect to each person where they are at in life.
(510) 972-1731
Oakland, California 94611
Stuart Lee, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Oakland
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT
“Are you seeking a better relationship with yourself or with others? Feeling "stuck" and want to move past obstacles or familiar patterns that are no longer useful to you? Do you find yourself with a toolbox of ineffective coping skills? Are you striving to live a more purposeful and meaningful life? I will provide a sensitive, thoughtful, genuine supportive presence where you can feel truly heard, understood, and acknowledged with acceptance and without judgment. I will also be an active participant in our working alliance to help move you towards experiencing the changes you seek and meeting your goals.
(510) 401-3760
Oakland, California 94618
Rosanna Chang, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Oakland
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MS, MFT
“Making the decision to start therapy is a healthy and courageous act that brings with it the potential for greater healing and personal growth. Therapy offers an unique opportunity to understand yourself more deeply and to make changes that are important to you. I am an integrative strengths-based therapist that views our relationship as the main curative agent in our work together. As a bond of safety and trust is established between us, I support you in identifying existing resources as well as figuring out what skills and tools to cultivate in the face of your challenges.
(510) 746-8540
Oakland, California 94610
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
Rachel Licitra, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Oakland
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, MFT
“I approach each therapeutic relationship with openness, balancing thoughtful intensity with humor. My style has been described as warm, genuine, intuitive, and incisive. Together we can discover, explore, and hold what needs attending to, cultivating space for the fullness of your experience.
(510) 408-6821
Oakland, California 94610
Jeri E. Ryan, Psychologist  in Oakland
“You may be struggling with one or more of the following: depression, anxiety, stress, physical pain, communication issues, school issues, insomnia, grief for loss of any species. I want to understand your experience in the present moment, since that's the best place to solve problems. Together we discover and utilize your strengths by integrating them with the powerful and effective methods I have acquired over years of learning and practice. Focusing in this way can provide you with tools that will always be available for bringing calm, comfort, satisfaction and happiness to your life.
(510) 394-1907
Oakland, California 94618
Jessica Levith, Marriage & Family Therapist Intern  in Oakland
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist Intern, MA, EMDR
“You've already begun on your path to recovery simply by reaching out for support. Seeking out therapy is not easy. I value the courage and vulnerability it takes to ask for help. All of us are unique in our emotional complexity, and no one is inherently broken. I help cultivate self-appreciation and respect while keeping you on track toward your goals. My hope is to offer a warm, unconditionally supportive setting. -A place where you feel safe bringing your challenges. I'm non-judgmental, direct but warm, and genuine. I'm here to keep you moving forward.
(510) 931-7100
Oakland, California 94602
Kyoko Tsuchiya, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Oakland
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, MFT
“Are you feeling stuck in your life, your relationships or your job, or going through challenging life transitions? I strongly believe that we all have tremendous capacity for change, growth and healing. Drawing upon my professional training in body-oriented psychotherapy and decades of meditation practice, I can assist you in quieting your mind and taping into your own truth, strengths and wisdom within. Psychotherapy that integrates body, mind and spirit can help you move beyond the problems to release the creative energy, optimism and hope necessary to lead you to a more authentic and fulfilling life.
(510) 858-0979
Oakland, California 94618
Gwen J Sanders, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Oakland
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MFT, ATR-BC
“My clients are most often dealing with communication concerns, issues of intimacy and complications related to life changes. When traumatic events impact their daily lives, they may seek assistance. Occasionally couples and families experiencing stress in their relationships may need an objective listener and guide to help them figure out how to reestablish balance. With the many demands of life and work, we work together to find pleasure in their families and for parents to reinstate parental authority within the family structure.
(510) 403-8093
Oakland, California 94611
Andrea Colombu, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Oakland
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
“My holistic approach integrates contemporary psychology with the wisdom of contemplative practices resulting in a mindful, compassionate, non-judgmental, non-pathological meeting of clients and focusing on an in depth process of exploration and resolution of their life circumstances. I particularly like to focus and assist clients interested in exploring their lives condition from a psycho-spiritual perspective - the meeting of psychological and spiritual aspects of life. From this general perspective I address a multitude of issues with both individuals and couples especially if of existential nature - how we feel and respond to our challenges, how we find resolution?
(925) 247-3565
Oakland, California 94609
Elizabeth M Miranda, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Oakland
“Are you interested in learning new ways to respond to life stress? Do you need help sorting through troubling situations? Would you like to address barriers to engaging in interests or personal goals, or want to create more satisfying relationships? Is it time to begin a healthier lifestyle? We can work together towards short-term goals or for longer-term, based on your specific needs and what works for you.
(510) 996-4098
Oakland, California 94611
Judith Muschel, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Oakland
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT
“Choosing a therapist is a significant decision, and one in which it is crucial to trust your feelings. I am a very engaging, warm and thoughtful person. My approach is eclectic and interactive, and is adapted to the unique needs of each individual or couple. Humor, respectful listening, honest dialogue and collaboration are all important aspects of my work. My priority is to provide a safe connection as a foundation for growth, enhanced self-esteem, and well-being. Habitual patterns causing impasses, lack of passion, anxiety and depression, can shift once underlying needs and feelings are legitimized and given voice.
(510) 403-8134
Oakland, California 94611
Paul E. Rammer, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Oakland
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT, MA
“I am an active psychotherapist - listening, asking questions, exploring new ways to understand your experiences and helping you find new strategies. My approach to therapy is one of warmth, empathy, insight and a focus on goal setting. The goal of therapy is to establish internal clarity, more happiness and an increased sense of success. Some people seek counseling to feel happier and more connected in their intimate relationships or relationships with friends and coworkers. I believe one can experience movement towards a whole and satisfying life with yourself, significant others and the world at large.
(510) 924-0343
Oakland, California 94610
Alexandra Mitnick, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Oakland
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, MPH
“I specialize in using creativity, humor, and the arts in working with adults who are having intimacy and relationship issues. I enjoy working with individuals and couples, especially young people and families who are experiencing the stresses and complexities of family life. People have described me as inquisitive, insightful, curious and warm. I offer a solid presence, as well as a fresh, down-to-earth, and direct point of view to support you in your life's pursuits.
(510) 878-4467
Oakland, California 94618
Carol Wolleson, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Oakland
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MFT
“The experience of psychotherapy can be a transformative journey. Whether the journey is brief or longer depends upon the number of issues one wishes to explore and the length of their existence. In short-term therapy we collaborate to bring all aspects of a problem into awareness, clarify thoughts and feelings, and explore options for change. My approach to longer-term therapy is similar and ultimately produces a more fundamental shift in one's sense of self and relationship to others.
(510) 250-3881
Oakland, California 94618
Eileen Heo, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Oakland
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I am skilled in treating clients with the following problems: work stress; depression and anxiety; post traumatic stress syndrome; domestic violence, physical, emotional and sexual abuse; issues of acculturation and inter-generational conflict; relationship and women's health; as well as aging, losses and bereavement.
(510) 860-4216
Oakland, California 94609
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
Cecilia Froberg, MFT, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Oakland
“My main goal with providing therapy is for you to become free from the fears and secrets that might have brought you in. Many of us feel tormented by our anxieties and catastrophic thinking, which inevitably interferes with our relationships and ability to be the person we wish. I work with children and adults who often feel impending doom or have had a major trauma, such as early abandonment or sexual abuse in their life. I also see couples who struggle with common goals and intimacy. I primarily use psychodynamic theory and play therapy (for children) in my work.
(510) 788-2310
Oakland, California 94610
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
Cheryl Jacques, Psychologist  in Oakland
“I offer psychoanalytic psychotherapy for individuals, teens and couples. I work collaboratively with you to develop a deeper understanding of yourself, resolve personal and interpersonal conflicts, and improve your mood and behavior in a private, respectful setting. I help you to heal from traumatic and abusive situations. My family work includes families in transitions, parenting and child development, parent-teen dyads, divorce issues, and couples therapy.
(510) 653-0678
Oakland, California 94618
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