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Therapists in Sacramento

Myrna Cruz Brady,   in Sacramento
“Is your anger or stress impacting your quality of life and relationships? Have you experienced road rage? I am here to help. I am a US Army veteran with experience in the field of substance abuse and recovery issues,and most currently Anger Management. My experience expands over twenty five years. During the course of my anger management classes you will be able to identify your anger patterns and purpose they serve. Allow me to help you understand and develop skills of responding instead of automatically reacting to stress triggers. Anger is normal, let me help you express it in a productive and positive way.
(916) 668-5530
Sacramento, California 95816
Pauline Haynes,   in Sacramento
“As a Life Coach I help my clients gain insights, develop skills and take the practical steps to achieve greater levels of purpose, fulfillment and success. If you're considering making changes in your life, work or relationship, but feel stuck or uncertain, I believe I can help. I have worked with hundreds of clients to help them discover what matters most to them. I have the requisite expertise, experience and heart-centered caring approach that will help you uncover the blinders; explore your strengths and take the action to get you to your desired life.
(916) 382-7507
Sacramento, California 95816
Rebecca Cameron, Psychologist  in Sacramento
“Difficult relationships, life stresses, and problematic emotions can undermine happiness and a sense of meaning or purpose in life. Psychotherapy provides an opportunity to consider how to approach problems differently in order to improve quality of life.
(916) 678-1981
Sacramento, California 95816
Shawna Valverde, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Sacramento
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT
“Everyone needs and deserves health in all forms. I believe therapy is no different than medical treatment or dental care. People often don't want to pursue therapy because they don't think their discomfort is enough to warrant the expense. Whether the sessions are many or few, therapy can make a big difference in how you feel about yourself and how you relate to others. Emotional health is an investment in your quality of life. I utilize interventions based on individualized needs to help people reach their goals and create a fulfilling life.
(916) 288-9783
Sacramento, California 95816
Emily Catlett, Art Therapy, Art Therapist  in Sacramento
“The theraputic relationship offers my cleints a chance to heal and provides a foundation of hope. My role is to gently guide my clients in the direction they need to move toward, based on their own intincts, desires and goals. I believe every client is the expert on themselves. I have 23 years of coaching/counseling experience. I am a parent and a spouse. I earned a master's degree in counseling in 1997 and shifted my attention toward child and adolescent growth and development. To grow my counselor "tool box" I got a second master's degree in Art Therapy.
(916) 764-3678
Sacramento, California 95817
Brandy S Jones-Thomas, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Sacramento
“Ideal Clients that would benefit from therapy services with me would have insight into reasons for seeking therapeutic support and understand the commitment needed to make long or short term changes in their lives. I have been the most supportive in helping Client's through life changes and stressors that impact their daily living. Clients have reported that I am non-judgmental, supportive and easy to talk with. I have worked with children, families, and provided individual/family therapy counseling that is tailored to unique needs in the family and considers the family unique culture and experiences.
(916) 426-5699
Sacramento, California 95821
Audrie L Meyer, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Sacramento
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT, MBA
“As a therapist, my goal is to help you uncover your true potential and lead a life that feels authentic. While we can't change difficult situations of the past, we can work together to better understand and resolve current challenges in your life. By applying complementary therapy approaches and techniques, we will unearth and transform long-standing behavior patterns or negative perceptions that may be holding you back from experiencing a more fulfilling and meaningful life.
(916) 234-0083
Sacramento, California 95825
Rebecca R Nation, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Sacramento
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
“I believe that people are all inherently relational beings and when our relationships - whether with ourselves, other people, or God - are hurting, life can become incredibly painful. I offer compassionate care utilizing sound psychology practice coupled with faith in God. I believe in cultivating a culture of honor in all relationships, especially in marriage. If you find yourself looking for someone who comes from a Christian perspective to help you find hope and healing, let me help you.
(916) 259-5002
Sacramento, California 95825
Dawn DiRaimondo, Psychologist  in Sacramento
“Feeling connected and comfortable with your therapist is an essential part of treatment and healing. Using a relational approach, I try to create an environment that helps people work on deeply personal and challenging issues. My particular areas of interest and experience include grief and loss, relationships, depression, anxiety, ADHD, adolescent and parenting issues, and identity/sexuality issues.
(916) 674-2957
Sacramento, California 95825
Sonya Parrott, LMFT, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Sacramento
“I offer specialized therapy services focused on recovery from Trauma, Addiction, PTSD, Bereavement, Grief and Loss, Family and Relationship Issues, Partner and Spousal conflict, intimacy, Parent-Child relationships, and communication. I have extensive experience working with adolescents, adults, and families struggling with addiction, issues related to family separation and re-unification, recovery from trauma, and strive to help families improve communication, interpersonal interactions, boundary setting and boundary activation. I look forward to speaking with you about your therapy needs.
(916) 553-2363
Sacramento, California 95816
Rebecca Witter, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Sacramento
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT
“I believe we are each born with an internal guidance system - a GPS of the soul that contains all the information we need to accomplish the breadth of our lives. But from the get-go, Western culture discourages our efforts to connect with it.
(530) 402-8581
Sacramento, California 95816
Susan L Boulware, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Sacramento
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, PhD
“I have been in private practice for 30 years, providing psychoanalysis and psychoanalytic psychotherapy to adolescents and adults. Each person is unique and I strive to listen carefully to you and your life history. I create a treatment plan that is unique to you. My approach addresses the underlying, mostly unconscious beliefs, emotions, and expectations that create problems in life. This approach is appropriate for many different issues as it addresses the deep causes of difficulties. The changes you make in psychoanalytic psychotherapy are deep and enduring and eliminates the need for symptoms as coping strategies.
(916) 382-7530
Sacramento, California 95816
Ryan A Cheperka, Psychologist  in Sacramento
“With strong training and experience as a counseling psychologist, I welcome adults and late-adolescents to my therapy practice. I am effective at working with people who struggle with self-esteem and self-worth, who experience depression, anxiety, or grief, and those who have difficulty with coping or with relationships. I consider early childhood experiences, relationships/communities in one's life, and histories of major transitions or traumatic events to be important in understanding one's healing and growth processes. I am thorough in my work and receive feedback that I create a space that allows for deep meaning-making.
(916) 919-8834
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
Jennifer Anne Olden, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Sacramento
“Are you struggling in your relationship and feel like no matter what you do, it doesn't get better? Do you at times feel hopeless and frustrated, longing for a more loving and passionate relationship, but unable to create it? Creating a healthy and happy marriage is one of life’s most challenging tasks, and I am here as a guide to help you get what you want and need in your relationship.
(916) 251-9939
Sacramento, California 95864
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
Barbara Goldberg, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Sacramento
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
“In 38 years of practice I have worked with a wide variety of clients and am familiar with many modalities. I am also a tai chi practitioner and teacher. I use cognitive behavioral techniques and give lots of homework but my primary focus is helping you to love and accept yourself and to learn to soothe yourself without having to turn to destructive and addictive methods to try to feel better. I work with individual adults and couples and deal with anxiety, stress, depression, couples conflicts, anger, post-traumatic stress disorder, and non-chemical addictions.
(916) 546-1695
Sacramento, California 95841
Roshni Patel, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Sacramento
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
“I have been providing and managing behavioral health care services in the Sacramento Metropolitan area since 2000. I am a professionally trained therapist whose goal is to help individuals, couples, and families face their emotional issues with courage and strength while learning to grow and change in a motivating and safe environment. I use multiple treatment modalities which draw upon the personal strengths of my clientele. In addition to English, I speak Gujarati and Hindi, and am comfortable working with people from many cultured and backgrounds.
(916) 512-1914
Sacramento, California 95814
Doralee Grindler Katonah, Psychologist  in Sacramento
“I believe it is our birthright to become whole! Our bodies already know the way through our difficulties to a way of living that expresses our deepest desires and purpose. I will help you tap into this bodily wisdom and to follow the inner direction for your living that will emerge. This way brings mind/body/spirit together as our full aliveness includes our connection to 'something' larger than ourselves. Whether you are struggling with puzzling physical symptoms, anxiety, depression, relational difficulties, constricted patterns of living, or a spiritual longing we will work together towards a self-directed growth process.
(916) 459-2240
Sacramento, California 95814
Shacunda Rodgers, Psychologist  in Sacramento
“Once we get caught in the middle of some kind of struggle, it can be difficult to find the way out. The strategies that we once used to cope don't work anymore, and we need a little help learning a new way. That's exactly what I'm here for. I firmly believe that no one should have to suffer alone, and I value the opportunity to walk with people through their challenges. What's even better is seeing people get to the other side of their pain, having gained a greater sense of empowerment during the journey.
(916) 756-3022
Sacramento, California 95831
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