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Therapists in Oakland

Rory Jelinski, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Oakland
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MFT, MA
“My therapeutic work emphasizes a relational model, combining acceptance, trust, authenticity, and creativity. I've worked with individuals and families dealing with a range of difficult experiences, including anxiety, depression, suicidal thoughts, self-harm, substance use, learning disorders, LGBTQ acceptance, and interpersonal crisis. My approach combines my love of the arts with compassionate and responsive psychotherapy. Through music, drawing, painting, writing, or just open, respectful conversation, we can work collaboratively to bring about understanding and change in your life.
(510) 344-6019
Oakland, California 94609
“In my practice I tailor treatment to individual needs and whether you are looking for medication management, psychotherapy or a combination of both treatment modalities I can help you take the first step towards unlocking your full potential.
(510) 878-4521
Oakland, California 94618
Karen E Sprinkel, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Oakland
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
“Do you have a trauma, a significant loss, a relationship or a childhood memory, that seems to invade every part of your day, and you just can not seem to get past? We all experience life events that change us, and therapy can help the healing process so you incorporate your pain into your life in a positive way. EMDR is a very effective tool to help process areas in your life you are feeling stuck. You can regenerate your self, and experience life in a new way.
(510) 878-4177
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
Gerald B Chambers, Marriage & Family Therapist Intern  in Oakland
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist Intern, MFTI
“Relationships are as important to us as food and water. They can strengthen us, like a vitamin, or make us sick, like the flu. A therapeutic relationship with me can serve as a model to help you feel better about yourself, heal past trauma, and make changes.
(510) 606-9367
Oakland, California 94610
Jan A. Vitek, Psychologist  in Oakland
“*****Please see my website at:***** A genuine, empathic, and caring relationship is at the heart of meaningful and helpful psychotherapy. I focus on creating a safe, warm, and reflective environment in which to explore thoughts and feelings and identify patterns of behavior. I seek an optimum balance between safety and nurturance and challenge and directness. Good psychotherapy is about making better choices about how to take care of yourself, how to form satisfying relationships, and how to attain your personal goals.
(510) 470-7843
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
Melissa Courter, Marriage & Family Therapist Intern  in Oakland
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist Intern, MS, MFTI
“Obstacles in life can prevent us from true growth and fulfillment. Whether you're experiencing depression, anxiety, trouble in family life or close relationships, know that you're not alone. Life's troubles don't have to be permanent and change is possible. These struggles can be overwhelming and keep us from accessing our inner strength and power. My approach to the therapeutic process is grounded in the connectedness I build with my clients. It is based on my client's needs and in my capacity for genuineness, acceptance, caring, and deep understanding of your unique life experience.
(510) 250-3652 x25
Oakland, California 94605
Tina Bollendorf, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Oakland
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MFT
“Are you feeling stuck in your life? Do you struggle to have meaningful relationships? Are you dissatisfied with your choices and finally tired of limiting yourself? Therapy is a practice for change. I understand the limits of depression, anxiety, addiction, and chronic negativity. Our work together will help you better understand the process of change and what limits your ability to change. Together we will create a treatment plan for success, allowing you to take the steps necessary to create a satisfying life.
(510) 686-3529
Oakland, California 94610
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
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
Lynn S Tracy, Psychologist  in Oakland
“Are you looking to transform your life? Are you tired of being caught in self-destructive patterns? Are you hoping for real change? If so, I am interested in collaborating with you to create the life you want. I am dedicated to helping you achieve your therapeutic goals quickly and fully. In my practice, I see people accomplish profound change on a daily basis. My style is direct and straightforward coupled with compassion. In individual or couples therapy, I work diligently to help you overcome barriers to contentment in intimacy, relationships, work and family life.
(510) 985-4939
Oakland, California 94618
Nancy M Friedman, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Oakland
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MFT
“If you are an individual or couple who experiences frustration and unhappiness in relationships rather than the sense of ease and flow that you long for, I urge you to dare to hope it can be different and call me. The process I use does not take years, like you've been led to believe by popular media! It works well with many types of "personality symptoms," from relationship issues to depression, anxiety, fears and other specific ways in which you've been frozen out of the life you want to lead. I welcome people from all backgrounds and ethnicities.
(510) 730-3177
Oakland, California 94610
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
Howard Pollack, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Oakland
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MFT
“The aspects of life that we take for granted, and therefore donít see, are the source of many of our difficulties. These are almost never questioned. We assess neither their validity nor their effects in our lives. This leaves us to repeat the strategies of living that have failed to work in the past. In psychotherapy we will question, clarify, and change some of your fundamental assumptions about your self, about how the world works, and about how you live. We will pay close attention to the problems you identify and also use our own relationship as a laboratory.
(925) 336-3317
Oakland, California 94611
Renee Lindquist, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Oakland
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Therapy is a collaborative effort. I bring knowledge and you bring knowledge and together we will work to identify what would help you move in a healthy direction. I enter the room with as much compassion and as little judgment as possible and I encourage you to hold those same things for yourself. Humor helps too. The hope is that through the therapeutic process, you can identify how past life experiences have impacted your current choices, experiences and world views and how these factors influence how you interact with yourself and others. Please understand this looks different for each individual.
(510) 398-6346
Oakland, California 94611
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
Valeria Harris, Marriage & Family Therapist Intern  in Oakland
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist Intern, MA
“Are you ready to wake up to your own innate potential? Expand your depth of feeling? Connect with your heart's wisdom and heighten your capacity for awareness? Therapy is the safe space to work through the difficult emotions, the seemingly immovable places, the pain previously undisclosed. It is the experience of being witnessed without judgement or shame. As therapist and client, we build a trusting relationship that serves YOU. Together, we move towards creating greater freedom and capacity to choose in your life.
(510) 817-2040
Oakland, California 94609
Jamie Lynn Murray, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Oakland
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, MFT
“I work best with clients who attend weekly sessions. Together we'll explore what changes can be made in your life to reduce the pain or problem brining you to therapy. Currently I support my clients with issues such as -grief, loss, shame, fear, depression and anxiety. With a deep sense of care and attunement I will work with you to meet your personal goals and to help you make the changes you want to see in your life. Placing emphasis on working together, I will help you forge a strong, uplifting, and secure relationship that can serve as a model for future relationships.
(510) 230-2760
Oakland, California 94609
Dori Dubin, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Oakland
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, PsyD
“You have been struggling and know that something isn't quite right. Though you may have been professionally or personally successful, inside you feel unhappy, stressed or dissatisfied. With over 25 years of experience, I have the expertise to help you understand and resolve the difficulties that may be standing in the way of leading a more rewarding life or having more satisfying relationships. My expertise includes helping you with creative/professional blocks, health/body issues, resolving trauma, and life transitions, like: separation/divorce, career change, relocation, deciding whether or not to have child, or adjusting to an empty nest.
(510) 497-0306
Oakland, California 94618
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