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Therapists in Sacramento

Rosemary Madruga, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Sacramento
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MFT
“Congratulations and good for you! The fact that you are searching this site for a psychotherapist is a sign of wellness and an important step in helping you to feel better. Are you seeking help for your mood, relationships, or sense of purpose and well being? I would like to help by providing you with a safe therapy environment in a gentle, compassionate and down-to-earth style. I'll help you build skills and manage painful emotions in order to resolve depression and anxiety. Working together we will find solutions for you to gain freedom from negative life patterns.
(916) 546-1203
Sacramento, California 95816
Ajay Casey Reed  in Sacramento
“I am available to work with couples, individuals, children and families. I work with a diverse clientele, including musicians and artists as well as the LGBT community. My focus is to be a catalyst for my clients in their individualized development of new core capacities. Some of these capacities include empathy, vulnerability, self-awareness, accountability and courage.
(510) 517-2605
Sacramento, California 95816
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Stress or disharmony from balancing the demands of relationships, family, work, or unforeseen circumstances is too often an inevitable part of our multi-faceted lives. I'm a firm believer that anyone, at any time, can feel overwhelmed or disillusioned trying to navigate life's challenging or painful times. A decision to seek help can be a crucial and powerful first step towards health. My approach to psychotherapy is deeply collaborative and grounded in helping you to identify your hope for change and tapping your strengths that already exist.
(916) 794-0309
Sacramento, California 95825
Mary S Reigel, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Sacramento
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MS, LMFT
“With over 25 years experience I've specialized in helping people heal from grief, single incident to complex trauma and PTSD. I also specialize in treating performance, competition, test anxiety & public speaking phobia. Originally, I helped individuals who had a suicide, homicide or accidental death of a loved one. In time I was working side-by-side coroner investigators, police, EMS and firefighters in the big and little disasters that impact our lives. I know that no amount of money or job title can immune us from life's sorrows. I also know that people can recover with a solid sense of well-being.
(916) 259-3948
Sacramento, California 95827
Jose' Freeman, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Sacramento
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT
“I consider relationships to be the single most important part of being human. My work with individuals, couples and families helps them develop the essential skills for cultivating and maintaining satisfying relationships in all sectors of their lives. A primary goal of my work is increased confidence in my clients for handling life transitions, relationship challenges, cross-cultural issues, and trauma recovery through EMDR. I bring to my work life experience from the public sector, an integrated therapeutic approach, and a rich cultural background of German-Jewish, California Indian (Salinan) and Latino. I am actively involved with my Salinan community in reawakening and maintaining our traditional ways. My private practice is located in
(916) 502-8452
Sacramento, California 95818
Joanie Fellows, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Sacramento
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
“I love the work that I do and I feel privileged to be working with people who are changing in order to lead fuller more authentic lives. I am relational in the work that I do and I believe in the power of human connection. I offer you with compassion, understanding, encouragement, hope and non-judgmental support. I believe in each person's unique capacity for self awareness, and healing and am amazed by the changes that I have seen in working with clients. I am here to guide you through the healing process.
(916) 512-1700
Sacramento, California 95814
Carolee Tran, Psychologist  in Sacramento
“I am a Harvard-trained psychologist with over 20 years of experience working with individuals, couples, and families affected by depression, anxiety, trauma, loss, and life's challenges. My treatment approach is collaborative, interactive, holistic (examining all factors that affect your functioning), and strength-based (identifying your strengths). I focus on symptom reduction and skills-building to help you optimize your quality of life. I will work with you to tailor a treatment plan that meets your specific needs and goals. I am bilingual in Vietnamese. My office is conveniently located in Midtown and is half a block from the light rail.
(916) 262-7205
Sacramento, California 95811
Tamar Wishnatzky, Psychologist  in Sacramento
“In this fast paced world, it's easy to feel overwhelmed and undervalued. Many people feel cut off from love, acceptance, meaningful vocation, and security. It's easy to get stuck in the same unsatisfying patterns and roadblocks in relationships with others and ourselves. As a Gottman Certified Psychotherapist I work with individuals and couples to develop secure attachments and strengthen friendship and intimacy. This includes increasing respect, affection, closeness, and conflict management. Clients gain tools to approach their problems with compassion and a sense of purpose. It is never too late to change old unsatisfying patterns and begin anew.
(916) 546-4327
Sacramento, California 95825
Orion Rozsa, Marriage & Family Therapist Intern  in Sacramento
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist Intern, MA
“The quality of the therapeutic alliance and relationship is one of the best predictors of a positive therapy outcome. Using an interpersonal approach, my goal is to provide a setting that allows people to work on very private and difficult problems in order to live a more conscious, intentional and satisfying life. Through the exploration of patterns, choices, expectations and motivations underlying our behavior, we can come to know ourselves more completely and begin to address barriers to getting our needs met or goals achieved. Each person's journey is unique.
(916) 341-9474
Sacramento, California 95825
Witness Therapy, Psychologist  in Sacramento
“My style as a therapist is both affirmative and challenging. I seek to support and understand you so that we may together identify the obstacles that keep you from living a more fulfilling and creative life. Therapy often involves the following processes: Changing reactive patterns of behavior, like compulsive eating or the destructive use of anger. Learning about your "filters," which are habitual ways of interpreting life events that stem from your unique conditioning. Developing skills to modulate uncomfortable feelings, such as anxiety or sadness. Strengthening your core sense of self and values.
(916) 546-1645
Sacramento, California 95816
Sage Anxiety Treatment Program, Treatment Facility  in Sacramento
“Please visit our website to read feedback from our graduates as well as the continually updated Client Satisfaction Survey results. Sage's Intensive Treatment Program for Anxiety Disorders, including OCD, is one of the first intensive programs in the nation to integrate traditional behavioral Exposure and Response Prevention (ERP) with the cognitive-behavioral and mindfulness-based Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT). Behavioral exposure therapy can be effective, but people often find it to be very difficult and it has an early drop-out rate of almost 30%. Not only does ACT compliment exposure therapy, sufferers report that this approach allows them to experience anxiety in a way that makes the exposure process easier, more effective and generalizable than exposure therapy alone. Sage Intensive Outpatient Program has a 7.7% early dropout rate.
(916) 520-8964 x1
Sacramento, California 95825
Terri L Ciochetti, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Sacramento
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT
“I appreciate that the relationship between therapist and client is key to healing. The best therapy comes when we get in touch with what is most authentic for ourselves, which occurs more naturally in the context of a safe relationship. Often we are faced with situations, people or choices and we are stuck. Sometimes the challenge is discerning what is true for us. Not what we should do, but what we truly desire and how to move in that direction. Once we start down that path there are myriad challenges as we encounter our resistances - some familiar, but some unknown.
(916) 710-8828
Sacramento, California 95816
Clary Tepper, Psychologist  in Sacramento
“Therapy is about helping you make the changes you desire. Together, we will examine how your experiences-including your thoughts, beliefs, expectations, motivations, fears and needs-are affecting you currently. The therapeutic relationship provides an opportunity to gain insight into patterns and explore aspects of yourself that are hard to address. As you become more aware of these patterns and deeper aspects of yourself, change becomes possible. I know from experience that this process works best when both the therapist and the client are engaged and active participants in the process.
(916) 607-2299
Sacramento, California 95816
Carole Vance, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Sacramento
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT
“I work with clients on different issues regarding the self-care and improvement of themselves, their loved ones, and their relationships. I feel it is important to look at therapy as a partnership where meaningful goals that meet the learning style and other needs of the client are established. I have an extensive background in child development and the issues that adults face as a result of early life experiences. I teach Marriage and Family, Life Coaching, and Nutrition (with an emphasis on mental health issues related to eating patterns) at the college level, and conduct parenting and family relationship seminars in the community.
(209) 813-0053
Sacramento, California 95816
Yuhuan Xie, Psychiatrist  in Sacramento
“I see patients only via telepsychiatry. I can treat patients anywhere in California. My ideal patient is someone who is very busy and does not have time to drive back and forth to a private practice office. All you need is a PC or Mac, a webcam and microphone (pre-installed on most laptops) and high speed internet to connect via secure, encrypted, HIPAA compliant teleconference. We can use Skype. I can prescribe medications to your local pharmacy and will work closely with your primary care doctor to ensure your safety and optimal medical care.
(888) 542-2103
Sacramento, California 95821
Kathy Campbell, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Sacramento
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MFT
“I often work with people who grapple with hard questions to which there is no one "right" answer. I offer a non-judegmental atmosphere in which each person can seek his or her own answers. Therapy is a co-creation. I work with each person to find what "speaks" to him / her. That may include talking, mindfulness practices, or creative arts therapies. Using these methods accesses parts of the brain that can't be reached through words alone, and puts people in the flow of their wisdom and creativity, from which solutions to problems can emerge.
(916) 520-6353
Sacramento, California 95825
Mania Deldar Doucette, Marriage & Family Therapist Intern  in Sacramento
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist Intern, MS, MFTI
“I see children and adults with a variety of presenting problems such as depression/anxiety, low self-esteem, grief/loss, relationship issues, eating disorders, LGBT concerns, teen/child issues, and PTSD/Trauma, to name a few. As a therapist, my goal is to be a non-biased support for you as we manage and process your hurdles. If your goal is personal growth, my role is to not change who you are, but to help you become holistically happier and a more fulfilled version of yourself.
(916) 273-4115
Sacramento, California 95825
Sandra Guzman Torres, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Sacramento
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, MFT
“Thank you for your interest in working with me. I am a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist with a great deal of experience in working with children, adolescents and families. Counseling can be helpful when you are learning to cope with changes in a family system, overcoming a difficult or traumatic event, adjusting to changes in employment, or wanting to improve relationships and/or communication with others. Therapy may be essential when experiencing Depression, overwhelming thoughts of death or dying, being overcome by stress, or noticing significant changes in Children's behavior that are of concern.
(916) 668-5279
Sacramento, California 95818
Christine S Wu, Psychologist  in Sacramento
“Do you want a positive change in your life, one that you would be content and at peace with? Do you constantly worry about almost everything every day? Do you have a job that is so stressful that you are having trouble sleeping and eating? Do any of the questions listed above impact your relationships with your family, significant other, and/or friends? These are all the common issues I deal with in my practice. I also see clients with past abuse/trauma, domestic violence, and anger control problems. I welcome anyone from all cultural backgrounds to utilize my services.
(916) 903-2568
Sacramento, California 95827
Jackie Parker, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Sacramento
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
“My practice is focused on families in transition, including becoming parents and co-parenting together, adoption, couples problems, co-parenting after divorce, and blended families. Treatment for these issues may involve children, parents, extended family, in individual, parent/child, couples and family therapy. I use a number of methods to look at relationships, communication, child development to identify the strengths and what is working in the family.
(916) 258-7654
Sacramento, California 95818
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