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Grief Therapists in Sacramento
Bereavement, Loss, Mourning

Cathy Brownstone, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Sacramento
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MFT
“Good therapy is based more on the unique relationship between clinician and client more than a specific technique or model practiced. Research studies support this statement. I work with people to help them solve their emotional conflicts, improve their communication and resolve trauma. I am a compassionate, empathic, caring professional who provides a secure and safe environment for you to explore your feelings, thoughts, and behaviors. Whether you are in crisis, or want to focus on personal growth, I can help you uncover and discover what is most important to you and improve the quality of your life.
Grief
(916) 234-0975
Sacramento, California 95814
Jeanette Marie Salinas, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Sacramento
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW, CT
“Have you recently experienced a profound loss? Are you crying all the time, feeling anxious, think that your going crazy? You are experiencing normal grief. Are you losing things, have very little energy you are experiencing grief. Losses come from all directions, a death, a divorce, a change in your health status, children leaving home.All of these losses can have a major effect on our ability to function and to enjoy life. If you are experiencing any of these issues you are my ideal client one that I continually feel honored to work with and help.
Grief
(530) 419-5654
Sacramento, California 95819
Catherine Zanzi, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Sacramento
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
“Find hope again! Are you struggling with relationship issues, or have you lost someone? Do you have a chronic illness, or are you caring for someone who does? I can help you bring peace into your life, strengthen your relationships, and increase your joy. By integrating healthy principles of mind, body, and spirit, I will help you rediscover and develop your core strengths. You will learn new tools to help heal emotional pain, decrease stress, and increase your life enjoyment. Every person is worthy of unconditional love and acceptance. Every person holds a unique gift to share with the world.
Grief
(916) 678-1977
Sacramento, California 95811
Jillian Taylor, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Sacramento
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
“My two passions in life are helping people and working with children. As a Marriage and Family Therapist, I have been fortunate enough to find a career that allows me to do both. My specialty is working with children, adolescents and their parents in managing a variety of life problems, and I have substantial education, training and clinical experience assisting families with issues such as: grief, anxiety, depression, trauma, ADHD difficulties in school, low self-esteem, non-compliance, and other mental health issues.
Grief
(916) 544-3354
Sacramento, California 95816
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Welcome! It is my belief that therapy is a journey of healing that unfolds slowly and gently over time. The counseling process is unique to each individual depending on the issues presented and the type of renewal and restoration desired as an outcome of therapy. We will work together to develop a specific plan and goals for your healing. The counseling process is a tremendous personal committment to yourself and is not always easy. However, it is one of the greatest gifts you can give yourself -- the journey to health, wholeness and healing.
Grief
(916) 668-6373
Sacramento, California 95825
Mary K Williamson, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Sacramento
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“Sometimes life challenges leave you overwhelmed and you do not know what to do. Seeking counseling can be difficult and it is often hard to take the first step. I offer a safe and supportive environment to work with you on making the changes to improve your life. I am committed to providing effective and non-judgemental services to the individuals and families I work with. Working with children who have experienced traumatic life experiences is an area that I have many years of experience. Helping these children build trusting relationships with others is very important to me.
Grief
(916) 546-3677
Sacramento, California 95826
Sharon Skelton, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Sacramento
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, MFT
“Have you lost your footing? Your confidence? Someone you love? I help adults find their strengths again. I specialize in grief counseling, and reducing the effects of childhood neglect and traumatic events. Unattended losses and traumas in the past can leave you feeling disconnected from people you love today. As a certified Daring Way(tm) facilitator candidate, I use the research published by Brene' Brown to help people risk connection again and claim their sense of or worthiness and belonging. I would like to guide you through this process of grieving and healing, towards a life full of joy and purpose.
Grief
(916) 259-3941
Sacramento, California 95816
Susan M Doherty, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Sacramento
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, EdD, LMFT, LEP
“I am a Licensed Educational Psychologist and a Licensed Marriage, Family, Child Therapist. My 25+ years of experience as a Parent Educator, Teacher, Special Education Teacher, and School Psychologist inform my work. I enjoy working with young children doing Psychoeducational Evaluations to determine their learning strengths and challenges and the best learning environments for them. I work closely with their parents and teachers. I provide child therapy using play therapy, sand tray, and art therapy.
Grief
(916) 794-0927
Sacramento, California 95864
Huyen Friedlander-Brannan, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Sacramento
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT, LPCC, CT, EMDR
“I strive to provide a deep level of compassion, nurturance and respect for each individual who seeks my help. I offer psychotherapy for individuals, couples, families, teens and children and the LGBT populations. My approach to therapy is Eclectic; I tailor interventions to each person's unique needs. In our work together, we may incorporate talk therapy, art therapy, play therapy, family therapy, breath work, mindfulness, visualizations, journaling, dream analysis, writing monologues, cognitive behavioral therapy or EMDR. I work with a diverse range of issues; adoption/fostercare/kinship,attachment, parenting, trauma recovery,catastrophic illness, death and dying, grief and loss.
Grief
(530) 517-5943
Office is near:
Sacramento, California 95816
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.
Grief
(916) 674-2957
Sacramento, California 95825
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.
Grief
(916) 756-3022
Sacramento, California 95831
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. I work with both individuals and couples.
Grief
(916) 607-2299
Sacramento, California 95816
Mania Deldar Doucette, Marriage & Family Therapist Intern  in Sacramento
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist Intern, MS, MFTI
“NOT CURRENTLY ACCEPTING NEW CLIENTS. 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.
Grief
(916) 273-4115
Sacramento, California 95825
Thomas Sterling, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Sacramento
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“There are many paths to healing and change. The journey is an active one and there is success in simply taking the first step, acknowledging a change is needed. I have worked in mental health services since 1988 and have worked with many different people and issues. I believe that developing awareness, of emotions, thoughts and behavior, is the starting place and that understanding where we come from, what got us here can be helpful, but changing today is the best way to feel a sense of power. Please call or email me for a therapy consultation today.
Grief
(916) 256-2932
Sacramento, California 95816
Patricia Rose, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Sacramento
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MFT
“I have over 35 years of experience working in the Holistic Health field, and so I draw from many different modalities where we explore together what is needed for change and growth. I believe that what is true for each person can be found within, so my job is to help you explore and find those answers and insights that lead to growth. I also offer a deeply personal and interactive relationship where I seek to provide the safety for this exploration, as well as the opportunity to have an experience of a relationship that is both corrective and healing.
Grief
(916) 259-3962
Sacramento, California 95816
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.
Grief
(916) 520-6353
Sacramento, California 95825
Paul R. Turner, Psychologist  in Sacramento
“I have worked for many years with people facing challenges in their lives. I have a caring, compassionate attitude in working with individuals who are experiencing life changes, transitions and transformations. My background includes working in private practice for over 30 years,in a college-counseling center, Veterans Hospital and Medical Center. I completed a post-doctoral fellowship in Neuropsychology and Psychological Assessment and have extensive psychotherapy experience in a wide variety of areas. My training is broadly based and includes certification as a Jungian Analyst as well as a background in Cognitive Behavioral, Humanistic and Transpersonal Psychology.
Grief
(916) 258-2916
Sacramento, California 95825
Martha Gilmore, Psychologist  in Sacramento
“I help people develop the authentic, fulfilling lives they deserve to have. I believe that everyone has the potential to improve their lives. I work with people who are badly wounded from traumatic experiences, loss, physical and mental disorders, and other stresses of life as well as with people who are happy and satisfied but desire to live more fully and authentically. I help people understand how early life experiences shape their coping skills and how new experiences in therapy can help develop new skills.
Grief
(530) 794-8989
Sacramento, California 95816
Davis Center for Psychotherapy, PhD., MFT, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Sacramento
“As my client, you will have my full commitment to listen carefully to your concerns and explore options that are attainable and will bring meaningful experiences to your life. In the immediacy of our hour together, there will be the opportunity to deepen the connection to yourself and to those who are important to you. Our therapeutic work increases self-awareness which in turn enhances your ability to live authentically and relationally.
Grief
(530) 637-8964
Office is near:
Sacramento, California 95819
Florie Elmore, Psychologist  in Sacramento
“Somewhere inside, we have a deep sense of knowing. Some of us stand calmly in it. Others catch glimpses. You belong here: in this place, at this time. You deserve to love and be loved fully. You have unique gifts: yours to delight in and share with the world as you will. If you have forgotten, I want to help you remember.
Grief
(510) 847-6991
Office is near:
Sacramento, California 95814
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