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Therapists in Oakland

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
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
Karena Passaro, Psychologist  in Oakland
“Life is harder than expected at times. Transitions, loss, trauma, persistent anxiety or depression, or a feeling that things will never change are just a few examples of the ways in which people can feel less hopeful about their lives. Psychotherapy is a tool that can alleviate the stressors of everyday life, improve one's sense of well being and connection with others and enhance one's self understanding. Over time it can also lead to a greater sense of competency and satisfaction in the world.
(510) 497-0702
Oakland, California 94618
Amy Shaffer, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Oakland
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, MFT
“I have worked with adults and teens for over ten years and specialize in helping people live more conscious, meaningful and contented lives. Living in the bay area can be stressful and demanding. Gaining more insight about one's anxiety or dissatisfaction at work; sorting through relational issues such as doubts about the marriage or challenges with a teenager; bringing awareness to coping mechanisms that aren't working anymore (alcohol, eating patterns, internet or shopping compulsion) - these are a few of the ways therapy can help you gain more balance and well-being in your life.
(510) 775-1606
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
Jennifer Bissell, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Oakland
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“If you feel as if you are alone or different than others you are not. Are you having difficulty focusing, enjoying activities and increased anxiety? Have you begun using alcohol or drugs? Do you find yourself isolating and making excuses to not see friends or family? There is nothing to be ashamed or embarrassed about. You could have a mental disorder. There is help, support and relief for your health issues. Starting therapy today will help you get your life back on track.
(510) 379-9116
Oakland, California 94609
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
Morgan Lloyd, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Oakland
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“People often think about entering therapy because they are ready to make a change. This change could be related to how you are feeling, ways you relate to others, or accomplishing a specific task. Making change can feel both exciting and daunting. Through therapy, I can help you get the results you want.
(510) 768-8057
Oakland, California 94609
Gene Joseph Grossman, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Oakland
“You have every right to expect psychotherapy to cure what ails you. It's my responsibility to help you see your problems clearly, so that solutions become emotionally apparent and therefore, accessible. That is, to help you to feel better about how you conduct yourself in every context and every relationship. Successful therapy will reduce your anger; anxiety will diminish along with your shame, self-blame and self-doubt. You will look at yourself in ways that you have avoided. Effective therapy makes change inevitable. If therapy does not succeed, it is never the fault of the client.
(650) 489-7142
Oakland, California 94611
Cynthia Fullwood-Fleck, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Oakland
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT, LPCC
“We all fall down, but how we get up is what matters. Therapy will empower you to move through life's journey in a safe, nonjudgmental and supportive environment. Every step you take in the therapeutic process counts. I look forward to assisting you in navigating through life's challenges.
(510) 488-6779
Oakland, California 94609
Susan J Murray, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Oakland
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I support clients to find, expand, and honor their voice in difficult circumstances. I work to assist clients who have been hurt and traumatized reclaim their feelings of safety and vitality. Whether you are ambivalent in a relationship, in pain due to trauma or hurt, struggling with a dilemma, unhappy about your own behavior, facing significant loss, or feeling stuck, together we can create a comfortable place for you to work.
(510) 962-9372
Oakland, California 94618
Rachel Tucker, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Oakland
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
“It is an honor to work with the children and families in my practice. It is my goal that our work in therapy will increase the quality of the time that you spend together with your family.
(510) 296-4900
Oakland, California 94618
Rosemary R. Wood, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Oakland
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
“The person I help is grieving after a loved one died. My client is exhausted, traumatized, from taking care of their loved one through the illness and dying process. Maybe death is a new experience, or there have been multiple losses, which make grief even harder. Sometimes my client's loved one died from a sudden illness or accident. There was no time to adjust beforehand, for precious last words, and the shock is overwhelming. Other people I help lost a loved one to suicide. The family often feels shame and isolation when they most need support.
(510) 240-5894
Oakland, California 94602
Kary R Cotter, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Oakland
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I have been in private practice for 25 years, specializing in adult mood and anxiety disorders. I also work with relationship conflicts regardless if the couple is married, unmarried, hetersexual,gay or lesbian. I have training in psychodynamic therapies that work to understand our emotional patterns in relationships and how we feel about ourselves and our abilities. Understanding these reactions can help us feel more options and satisfaction in our life. I also have training in Cognitive Behavioral therapy, which lends itself to focused issues and a more active teaching of interpersonal and self regulating skills. It is important to feel that you are in a safe and acccepting envirnment, regardless of the treatment approach. Our work together is an effort to provide a level of comfort that allows you to explore and understand the emotional patterns that have been motivating your choices. Ater the initial interview we can discuss the treatment options that fit your situation and temperment. This is a mutual exchange that allows questions to be answered and sets the stage for our work together.
(510) 878-4054
Oakland, California 94611
Eleanor (Nani) Vohryzek, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Oakland
“I am a body-oriented psychotherapist in practice for 23 years. I work with individuals and couples and integrate several healing modalities into my work. These include: Somatic Experiencing, which is a naturalistic approach to the healing of trauma, Sensorimotor Psychotherapy (which works with developmental and attachment issues as well as trauma) and AEDP (attachment based work). I am a student of the Diamond Approach which informs all my work. I specialize in PTSD, depression, anxiety, loss, boundary issues, relationship issues, trauma, sexual abuse and life transitions. In couples'work, I facilitate empathy and understanding for each other and foster a new way of relating.
(925) 308-5320
Oakland, California 94618
Joshua Westhoelter, Marriage & Family Therapist Intern  in Oakland
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist Intern
“I have worked with individual adults, families, children, and adolescents with a variety of therapeutic concerns, ages, cultural backgrounds, sexual orientations, religions, and socioeconomic statuses. I've helped clients address issues of anxiety, depression, trauma, domestic violence, sexual assault, rape, substance abuse, parenting skills with and without CPS involvement, homelessness, unemployment, and relationships.
(510) 768-8044
Oakland, California 94618
Heidi F. Yoder, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Oakland
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, MFT
“Of course you are feeling lonely. Loneliness is now considered an epidemic. It can make you feel more affected by your loved one's behaviors. But focusing on other people can become a problem when it stunts personal growth and life gets out of balance. Do you find yourself: Repeatedly in unhealthy relationships? Excelling at "helping" others reach goals but feeling lost when it comes to your own? Feeling stuck, especially if you are alone or experiencing difficulty in a personal relationship? Struggling with self-esteem? Feelings of guilt? Acknowledgement of your successes or praise? You can stop blaming yourself...
(415) 578-0993
Oakland, California 94618
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
“As a therapist for over twenty four years, the focus of my work is helping people to create and sustain healthy relationships, and to learn how to thrive in their lives. I listen carefully to the nuances of what you say and don't say, and help you to become more aware of your unconscious beliefs and the energy that you hold in your body that may be an obstacle to your creating the life that you yearn for. Together, we take the journey of discovering what is in your way, and who you are truly meant to be.
(510) 246-3735
Oakland, California 94611
Lori Beth Kaplan, Psychologist  in Oakland
“My ideal client is a child or adolescent and/or their parent/guardian looking to make the experience through adolescence a more joyful experience. I knew early on that working with children, adolescents and their families was my calling. With over 30 years of experience and extensive training, I can help children and their families find solutions, resolve conflicts, improve communication and learn new skills to better manage their lives. My skillset includes helping people dealing with complex issues including ADHD, Asperger's, mood/anxiety, chronic illness, PTSD, grief/loss, teasing/bullying, fears/phobias, sibling conflict, and divorce/separation.
(510) 725-4563
Oakland, California 94611
Erica Britton, Psychologist  in Oakland
“The Akiwa Project is accepting additions to the waitlist. Please contact me only if you want to know more about the services starting in September 2014.
(510) 331-4849
Oakland, California 94611
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