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Therapists in Oakland

Vanissar Tarakali,   in Oakland
“You might call me a body-whisperer. I am here to teach you how to tap into your powerful body wisdom. Do you feel at home in your body? Experiences of extreme stress, life transitions, loss, illness or chronic pain, abuse and oppression can leave you feeling like your body is an incomprehensible (or scary) stranger. You may be caught in frustrating behavior patterns, even though you "know better." No matter how entrenched your habits are, your body has the power and wisdom to create new ways of being that support what you care about.
(510) 398-6032
Oakland, California 94609
Ruth Simon, Psychologist  in Oakland
“I am a flexible clinician with a wealth of experience with different kinds of people and problems. I see adults, couples and adolescents who are having difficulties feeling satisfied with their lives and relationships. I believe that most psychological problems result from early relationships (with parents, other family members, community members and the larger culture) and it makes sense that healing these problems happens in partnership with a committed and well-trained therapist. I listen, share my thoughts, and together we create a meaningful relationship that is designed to help you feel better and live a fuller life.
(510) 592-6991
Oakland, California 94618
Adam Beyda, Psychologist  in Oakland
“If helpful suggestions and sympathy from people with similar experiences were sufficient to work out significant problems, nobody would need a therapist. A problem important enough to instigate a search for a therapist often has become entrenched or intolerable and may have led to feeling stuck and hopeless. Such difficulties can have many sources and roots--some familiar, but many surprising. Working with you in psychotherapy, I will offer the opportunity for an encounter with the less familiar or perhaps unknown aspects that might be contributing factors. We will work to resolve your problems through a structured yet personal interaction.
(925) 290-7842
Oakland, California 94618
Peter Cole, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Oakland
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, CGP
“I work with adults: individuals, couples and groups. Clients with relationship, work/career, depression and anxiety issues are welcome, as well as clients who seek a growth oriented psychotherapy. Many of my clients are professionals seeking greater life satisfaction.
(916) 259-3972
Oakland, California 94618
Donna Rothert, Psychologist  in Oakland
“The reproductive years are a time of great change in so many areas- physical, emotional, identity and in the relationship with yourself and others. Along with these changes can come challenges and stress that affect your enjoyment and participation in life. I have been in practice for the past 17 years and have spent the last decade focused on working with individuals and couples with issues related to pregnancy, the postpartum time and reproductive loss (such as miscarriage, stillbirth and infertility).
(510) 401-3822
Oakland, California 94618
Andreea Simon, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Oakland
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT
“Choosing a therapist and beginning therapy isn't easy. The first step is recognizing the feeling that you don't want to be alone in working on your challenges. My commitment is to help you find out whether I might be a good match as your therapist, and to be your guide in the process of getting support. I work particularly well with anyone who is negotiating difficult life cycle transitions--from challenges of beginning school, moving or dealing with loss to the strains of adolescence, marriage or divorce or the demands of aging and caring for aging parents.
(510) 746-8126
Oakland, California 94618
Rue Harrison Whittaker, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Oakland
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, MFT
“I offer short-term therapy speaking to your specific concerns as well as depth-oriented work aimed at increased self-awareness and satisfaction in relationships. Combining psychodynamic and transpersonal orientations, my approach is always determined by your needs and wishes. A variety of modalities, such as expressive arts, sandtray, EMDR and hypnosis are to be found in my therapeutic tool kit. My years of experience have led me to develop confidence in the healing power of the therapeutic process. Let me help you take the steps to a more fulfilling experience of life.
(510) 924-0124
Oakland, California 94611
Christina Villarreal, Psychologist  in Oakland
“Choosing a psychologist can seem like an overwhelming task at a time when life has already become difficult. Everything is running smoothly, then something throws you off balance- a difficult relationship, job loss, relocation, health problems, unwanted changes, or unmanageable stress levels. Some need help understanding self-destructive patterns. Dr. Christina Villarreal offers professional support to help you achieve life goals at any stage. She uses a problem-solving approach to treatment that is informed by Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, providing a detailed assessment of your mental health, and collaborates with you to determine best-suited treatment goals.
(510) 878-6129
Oakland, California 94618
Lucia Grauman, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Oakland
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MS, LCSW
“I am a seasoned and dedicated psychotherapist with nearly twenty years of experience. My specialties include: Relationship Issues (such as healthy communication, dating, pre-marital counseling, divorce, blended families and infidelity); Grief and Loss; Addiction, Recovery and Codependence; Anxiety and Depression. My approach is warm, compassionate and direct, meaning my clients experience me as accepting and empathic, while also feeling challenged the right amount to grow and change. I am an integrative therapist, meaning I integrate more than one way/theory/model to view and treat psychological and/or relational concerns. See my website for specific education, experience and credentials.
(415) 799-3799
Oakland, California 94618
Rocio Amparo Palomino, Marriage & Family Therapist Intern  in Oakland
“I graduated from John F. Kennedy University with a Masters in Counseling with a specialization in Transpersonal Psychology.To put it simply what that means is that I view each individual who comes into my office as someone who already possesses within themselves what they need to be happy and fulfilled. As their therapist I view my job as that of a companion and sometimes guide as clients travel on their journey of self discovery. Inner work can sometimes feel challenging so I use my skills as a therapist to insure that clients can work in an environment that feels safe.
(925) 231-8986
Oakland, California 94609
Amy Leibowitz, Psychologist  in Oakland
“Welcome. I provide a warm, confidential space for adults of all ages to consider themselves in a new light. My belief is that we all have a natural inclination to develop and grow, to find connection and joy. Psychotherapy with the right person can help one move past roadblocks - whether new or longstanding - with an increased sense of meaning and ease. I work with clients from diverse backgrounds to clarify and expand their strengths, grieve losses, and reconnect with inner wisdom.
(510) 587-9040
Oakland, California 94610
David Leong, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Oakland
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT, Cht
“My specialty is compassionate, effective, therapy. I can help with anxiety, depression, trauma or PTSD, as well as more subtle problems - such a feeling that "something is wrong" or that "I could be happier, but don't know how." I'll help you ease your problems and grow your strengths. I am gifted and creative therapist, and you will find therapy with me to be a safe and nonjudgmental space. Please note that my top fee is for a 90 minute session. See my website for testimonials and then call (510) 771-7760 for a free, confidential, consultation.
(510) 344-2497
Oakland, California 94609
Sand Chang, Psychologist  in Oakland
“Chances are that this is a time in your life when you are feeling ready to make certain changes, get support in dealing with life challenges, or know yourself better. It can be a courageous step to reach out to a mental health professional and initiate starting therapy. Viewing therapy as a collaborative and proactive process, my role is to help you build your inner resources and coping skills and let go of patterns of relating to yourself and others that no longer serve you. I aim to help my clients find and maintain balance in their lives.
(510) 629-5275
Oakland, California 94611
David Pingitore, Psychologist  in Oakland
“I have worked in the field of psychology for over twenty years. In my psychotherapy work, I provide a safe and respectful setting where you can discuss current challenges, and understand how particular feelings and patterns contribute to these challenges. Often these challenges develop out of prior dysfunctional relationships, and it is in the psychotherapy relationship that new and more satisfying goals and behaviors can be discussed and developed. In our initial appointments I actively listen and engage with patients to develop a psychological framework to understand their challenges, and then set concise goals to address in the therapy.
(925) 308-5736
Oakland, California 94611
Cori Pansarasa, Psychologist  in Oakland
“Would you like to feel more present and peaceful in your life and more secure in your relationships? As a psychologist with 12+ years experience, I have helped many to overcome difficult life experiences and relationships to reconnect with the joyful, heartfelt adventure life is meant to be. Trained in both traditional and holistic/alternative understandings of mind-body-spirit, my experience includes private practice work with individuals, families and groups; clinical and training directorships at mental health agencies; supervision of student therapists; and consultation for mental health providers and organizations.
(510) 817-0685
Oakland, California 94618
Jennifer Perkins, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Oakland
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT, LPCC, ChT
“I'm a holistic mental health therapist combining mind, body and spirit for health and healing. Gay, lesbian and trans friendly. An alternative therapist who focuses first on reconnecting with our innate wisdom to heal our bodies and ourselves, but also leaves room to use science and medicine as an adjunct to promote health and well-being. This is a place for catalyzing change; to explore your authentic self, heal old wounds, and investigate new ways of being. It's an opportunity for self-exploration, building self-love, and personal growth in relationship with others and with ourselves.
(415) 969-7410
Oakland, California 94610
Sidney Mullen, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Oakland
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, MFT
“I am especially interested in the ways that artists manage to live and thrive, or not, in modern society. I have seen how the artist identity is often split into a "day job" self and an artist identity. Therapy can help to balance these two aspects and create the stable creative life that suits you best, forming a more harmonious whole.
(510) 878-5655
Oakland, California 94610
Terry Schulman, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Oakland
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, PhD, LCSW, BCD
“My many years of experience as a therapist has convinced me that people can change in meaningful ways. Working with me, taking the time to focus on what's bothering you will mean getting to know yourself better. Aspects of your situation that haven't been obvious will come into sharper focus. Deciding what changes you need to make in order to make your life more satisfying will be easier.
(510) 878-4912
Oakland, California 94618
Tanya Clausen, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Oakland
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Do you feel a constant churning of anxiety? Do you have obsessive thoughts about your weight or do you feel out of control with eating? Does it seem like you can't shake unwanted past memories or feel that relationships are a struggle?
(571) 335-0810
Oakland, California 94610
Alena Hutchinson Mfc 33069, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Oakland
“My approach in therapy is to create a warm, non-judgmental, interactive atmosphere in which we can bring the wisdom of your highest and best self to your current difficulties and dilemmas. I am attuned to the effect of unconscious patterns that begin in childhood and yet try to work in the present, trusting that the past -- to the extent it is important -- will show up in the present. My belief is that human beings naturally tend toward wholeness. I use education and mindfulness and cognitive-behavioral techniques to enable you to participate fully in your own healing and growth.
(415) 397-8300
Oakland, California 94618
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