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Therapists in Sacramento

David Clark, Marriage & Family Therapist Intern  in Sacramento
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist Intern, MA, MFTI
“If your'e up late or distracted at work, chances are you want answers to something that just isn't working. COUPLES and INDIVIDUALS explore effective means to right the path--from communication to infidelity recovery, depression or anxiety, or from insecurity to sexuality. Find happiness, satisfaction, and deepened connections with a therapist capable of providing a safe, non-judgmental space using CBT, EFT, and mindfulness techniques balanced with carefully direct challenges and experiential learning. You deserve the life you desire. Friends of Bill, Christian, and LGBT communities welcomed. Your success is my commitment.
(916) 436-1422
Sacramento, California 95825
Heather Cassandra Blessing, Marriage & Family Therapist Intern  in Sacramento
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist Intern, MA, MFTI
“Are you a parent of a special needs child or children that is struggling to find a therapist that really understands the complexities of your life? I have been there myself. I have more than 12 years of personal and professional experience working with families with special needs children. I believe parents are the real heroes and my job is to support them by giving them the tools and resources to help make family life happier and healthier for everyone. I have training and experience in adoption, foster care, autism, behavioral issues, emotional issues and other special needs.
(916) 512-1826
Sacramento, California 95821
Joelle Calton, Psychologist  in Sacramento
“I view therapy as an collaborative effort to not only alleviate current distress but to enrich one's overall quality of life. Over my 10+ years of experience I have come to view therapy as a process through which we identify patterns that are no longer serving you in your life. Working at a comfortable, but productive pace we are able to identify and eliminate these unhealthy patterns, allowing you to feel more confident, experience deeper and more meaningful relationships, and access your true potential.
(916) 538-4954
Sacramento, California 95816
Joan Packard, M.A., MFCT, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Sacramento
“Is your relationship in a holding pattern...or worse? Is it hard to say No to others and stick to it? Do you know what you want in life and how to get it? You are not alone. Many people are "stuck" in behavioral patterns that no longer serve them. You are meant to have a successful and satisfying life. This is possible with professional counseling. I excel in quickly identifying the stumbling blocks that frustrate you and turn them into stepping stones that re-establish mutual respect and understanding, teaching you to resolve your conflicts, instead of blaming or withdrawing.
(916) 546-1660
Sacramento, California 95825
Leona S Kashersky, Psychologist  in Sacramento
“I believe warm and frank collaboration are key components in creating and maintaining positive life change. I have a straightforward approach, communicated with compassion and a genuine concern for others. I deem human connectedness as paramount in establishing and preserving balanced mental and physical health. Given my core beliefs about the human condition, my work with people strengthens family and community bonds. I work in collaboration with other therapists in my practice to provide you with options in finding the therapist that is right for you.
(916) 678-0997
Sacramento, California 95818
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
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
Nancy Grant, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Sacramento
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I have been a social worker since the late '70's, starting as a volunteer on the Sacramento Rape Crisis line. Stopping abuse of all kinds has been the main focus of my work ever since. I also love working with teens and 20-somethings and have had a school counseling credential since 1989. Have used EMDR since 1994 to help treat trauma, anxiety, panic and low self-esteem. When I turned 40 I experienced a spiritual moment which caused me to become very spiritually-minded; I love working with clients who want to create a deeper spiritual life.
(530) 410-0654
Sacramento, California 95811
Julia Perez, Marriage & Family Therapist Intern  in Sacramento
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist Intern, MA, MFTi
“Are you looking for an AFFORDABLE therapist to help you gain more coping skills, tools, and self awareness that will help you in the present and future? I want to help you reach your highest potential in order to achieve a fulfilling and meaningful life. My approach to therapy is helping clients find their strengths, and apply them to areas in which they struggle.
(916) 668-4183
Sacramento, California 95816
Brenda L Morelos, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Sacramento
“I specialize in helping people who are experiencing life transitions, anxiety, stress and distress. With a personable, warm and engaging approach, I want to help you boost your confidence, achieve your goals, and improve your relationships.
(916) 259-3992
Sacramento, California 95825
Kimberlie Flowers, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Sacramento
“I have been providing therapeutic services in: private practice ( Truckee, Sacramento and Yuba City); residential, dual diagnosis, and head trauma treatment programs and agencies ( including WEAVE, Families First, Yolo Community Care Continuum, NeuroCare, UCDMC Psychiatry Department, and Asian Pacific Community Counseling) ; and schools since 1989. In addition, I taught as an Associate Professor at the Professional School of Psychology in Sacramento. I currently serve as a Trauma Response/CISM clinician for Sacramento/ Reno private and federal corporations and am a Board Member of CAMFT-Sacramento Valley Chapter.
(916) 512-1628
Sacramento, California 95816
Sean Cook, Psychologist  in Sacramento
“Hello, and welcome to my page. I recognize the courage you are showing by exploring options for support. I am interested in the journey that has taken you to this moment, and I will provide a nonjudgmental and collaborative space to explore your story, your feelings, and your hopes for the future. I believe that we are all vulnerable to finding ourselves "stuck" in patterns that don't serve us well. I also believe in every person's ability to lead a fulfilling life and to maintain relationships that are meaningful, safe, and rewarding.
(916) 525-8938
Sacramento, California 95816
Anxiety Treatment Center of Sacramento, Treatment Facility  in Sacramento
“The Anxiety Treatment Center is the first and only treatment program in California and the U.S. that offers Partial Hospitalization, Intensive Outpatient Treatment, a Hoarding Disorder Program, Phobia Track, and Equine Assisted Activity Program (EAA) specializing in OCD and anxiety disorders. This includes Generalized Anxiety, Social Anxiety, Panic Disorder, Trichotillomania, and Excoriation Disorder, to name a few.. This facility provides the frontline treatment protocols for these conditions which includes Cognitive Behavioral Therapy CBT) and Exposure and Response Prevention (ERP). This integrative approach is the only scientifically proven treatment modality shown to produce chemical changes in the brain leading to decreased anxiety and improved functioning. About Anxiety: Anxiety is the result of fear. When we are afraid, our body responds by producing physiological symptoms such as heart palpitations, sweating, trembling or shaking, shortness of breath, dizziness, and chest pain or discomfort. These symptoms tend to produce a "fight or flight response" which causes us to take action so that we can be "safe." Typically ones instinct is to go into a "flight" response, rather than stay and "fight" what is scaring us. Hence, we often times see individuals whose lives have become significantly limited due to avoidance of the situations that are producing the anxiety.
(916) 302-4307 x4
Sacramento, California 95827
Anita Meyer, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Sacramento
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Finding a therapist can be difficult. Please give yourself credit for the effort you're making. A good relationship with your therapist is the biggest indicator of a successful therapy experience. With me, you will find my style is interactive, goal-directed, reflective and insight-oriented. I provide a non-judgmental, compassionate environment and offer an individualized approach. My focus is two-fold: to address both the "here and now" issues, things that impact your daily life and the deeper issues, things from your past which contribute to destructive patterns and prevent you from living the life you want.
(916) 790-5358
Sacramento, California 95811
Matthew C Volzer, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Sacramento
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
“I specialize in working with Families and Children and also have extensive experience with Anger Control. I have also worked with people struggling with issues related to depression, anxiety and relationship/marital problems. I am a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist with the State of California and certified in Parent Child Interaction Therapy. I am also a member of the National Anger Management Association. Over the last 15 years I have worked as a counselor, case coordinator, behavioral specialist and therapist.
(916) 710-8949
Sacramento, California 95821
Shula Stevens Calmann, Pastoral Counselor  in Sacramento
Pastoral Counselor, MA, MLH
“Integrating psychotherapy and spirituality, pastoral counseling responds to the needs of the whole person.
(916) 794-0206
Sacramento, California 95816
Lydia Mendoza, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Sacramento
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Would you like to deepen in connection with yourself and have a more compassionate, accepting experience of who you are in the world? Would you like to have more intimate, authentic, satisfying relationships? Then I am the therapist for you. I help clients feel more comfortable and authentic with who they are and help them navigate the terrain of relationships to more deeply satisfying relationships with themselves, friends, partners, and community.
(916) 571-1354
Sacramento, California 95816
Deborah E Cohen, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Sacramento
“If you feel unfulfilled in your relationships and find loss and change difficult, and if you want to get to the source of the patterns and blocks keeping you stuck in worry, anxiety, emotional eating, lost sleep, and a lack of faith, then I can help.
(916) 251-9983
Sacramento, California 95816
Nina Unger, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Sacramento
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, RN, LCSW
“Therapy is a process which demands great courage and patience with yourself. I hope that you will find the therapist with the right fit for you. I am especially interested in working with couples and relationship issues, caregiver/eldercare dilemmas, grief and loss and men's issues. I approach clients from a holistic perspective with a background in nursing and social work.
(916) 546-9713
Sacramento, California 95811
Linda Sanchez, LMFT, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Sacramento
“If you're facing challenges that interfere with your enjoyment of life, or you're feeling you'd like to make a new start and move in new directions, give me a ring. I'm Linda Sanchez and I would love to speak to you directly about what you're facing and what we might do together to get you moving toward the life you want.
(916) 546-4818
Sacramento, California 95825

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