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Therapists in San Francisco

“I am a practical, down-to-earth, experienced therapist providing both short-term and long-term treatment to clients ranging in age from 20 to 95. My clients may be coming to therapy for help with specific life concerns, long-term difficulties, or significant psychiatric problems. Most are experiencing self-esteem or relationship issues, anxiety, or depression. Though many of my clients have been in therapy before, I am comfortable working with clients who are new to therapy, and I am told that I am very approachable.
(415) 799-4427
San Francisco, California 94122
Jonathan Lichtenstein, Psychologist  in San Francisco
“Attention all you Generation X's and Y's: I understand and can identify with the problems that you (21-50y/o crowd) encounter. Relationship problems, emotional problems and the quarter & mid-life crises commonly come through my office door. I am trained psychoanalytically, meaning I have actually read the works of Freud and his contemporaries, but don't worry I won't be your typical blank-slate therapist, nor will I quote him in our meetings. However, I might just quote the wisdom of Obi Wan, Hamlet, Johnny Cash or The Dog Whisperer.
(415) 789-3810
San Francisco, California 94114
Therese Noel Allen, Marriage & Family Therapist  in San Francisco
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MFT, MA
“While I do offer talk therapy, I also blend psychotherapy, expressive arts therapy and somatic bodywork. Expressive arts therapy can look like anything from me having you choose images (rather than using words) to describe your experience, to drama therapy techniques by which I facilitate you having a conversation with a "part" of yourself that continues a frustrating habit. Somatic work can involve standing practices that reflect back what your body (you) are doing, as opposed to what you think you are doing. It can also mean me doing hands-on Strozzi bodywork with you.
(415) 413-4284
San Francisco, California 94103
Arin Bass, Marriage & Family Therapist Intern  in San Francisco
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist Intern, MA, MFTI
“Arin is a graduate of the American School of Professional Psychology in the San Francisco Bay Area, with an intern registration as a Marriage and Family Therapist. In 2004, Arin joined the Institute for Juvenile Research, University of Illinois at Chicago where she co-authored studies exploring the relationship between mentoring and at-risk youth, and youth and psychopharmacology. She is currently a private practice psychotherapist in San Francisco. Arin provides psychotherapy to adolescents, adults, couples and families from demographically, educationally, and culturally diverse backgrounds. She has practiced in treatment settings, private practice and using Equine Facilitated Psychotherapy (EFP).
(216) 285-9618
San Francisco, California 94123
Ron Rohlfes, Marriage & Family Therapist  in San Francisco
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MFT
“Welcome and thank you for viewing my profile. I know that finding the right therapist is a very important decision. At various times in our lives it is common to experience circumstances that seem too difficult to solve on one's own. I work with people who are having problems in their relationships with partners, family and with work related concerns. Depression, anxiety, stress, and feeling stuck in life make what is already difficult more complicated to navigate alone.
(415) 800-2486
San Francisco, California 94123
Alexandria Leedy, Psychologist  in San Francisco
“Feeling overwhelmed with life? Bombarded by critical, fear-based, or guilt-ridden thoughts and feelings? I can help. I specialize in helping women remove obstacles that inhibit authentic self-expression and personal growth -- enabling them to freely pursue their dreams and goals. I offer a warm, collaborative approach to treatment and believe change can happen. I see growth as an implicit function of human development. People are always striving to grow, connect, and relate to others in deeper more fulfilling ways. In essence, to live richer, more rewarding, and healthier lives.
(650) 209-7785
San Francisco, California 94123
Wendy Von Wiederhold, Psychologist  in San Francisco
“Emotions can sometimes be difficult to bear-sadness, worries about yourself and others, fears, painful recurrent interactions and relationships. Working with an understanding professional to explore feelings and expectations about yourself and your relationships can be the key to clarifying troubling emotional states. These feelings can cause recurrent painful states, or push us toward repetitive or self-destructive behaviors. Exploring these feelings in a safe relationship can cause feelings about yourself and others to shift, opening to new ways of thinking and behaving. This allows for greater flexibility, enhanced creativity, a better relationship with yourself, and better connections and relationships.
(415) 322-0318
San Francisco, California 94115
Zeynep Kagan, Marriage & Family Therapist Intern  in San Francisco
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist Intern, MS, MA, MFTI
“Therapy is about developing a new kind of relationship with one's experience. Much of our pain, suffering, and struggle stem from resisting the experience, judging it, and denying it. My work is dedicated to helping you embrace the challenges and find meaning in them by helping you slow down, enter the experience, and discover your potent spark. We have our answers within and by looking inside, our suffering finds meaning and transformation, our vision finds clarity and awakening.
(415) 484-4515
San Francisco, California 94114
Robert B. Levin, MD, Psychiatrist  in San Francisco
“Psychiatry is the medical specialty that treats psychological/emotional disorders, but I try to see beyond medical "diagnoses" to the existential issues of who we are in this world and how we wish to live our lives. I feel a deep sense of responsibility to the patients who choose me for their care and in my office you will receive both help with your explicit goals and guidance. Another high priority is to do the work as efficiently as possible - to minimize your costs in time and money.
(831) 471-5249
San Francisco, California 94103
Gina Engracia, Marriage & Family Therapist  in San Francisco
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MS, LMFT
“We all seek connectedness and fulfillment. There are times and situations in our lives when we are more able to create and welcome these elements and others when we are more challenged. Psychotherapy can help you examine patterns and ways of seeing the world that may have been adaptive at one point, but are no longer serving you. Through your thoughtful self-reflection and our active dialogue, I hope to address your here-and-now concerns, explore conscious and unconscious parts of self, and recognize underlying dynamics that affect your ability to have the life you want.
(415) 508-7405
San Francisco, California 94102
SF Therapy & Counseling, Marriage & Family Therapist  in San Francisco
“For close to a decade, I have worked with thousands of clients ranging from individuals, couples, families, groups, and as a supervisor to other therapists. My clients describe my style as warm and authentic while at the same time "no-nonsense". While some therapy is past-focused, our sessions will focus on you getting connected to the place where you find yourself now as a means to guide you towards the place or the way that you most deeply desire to be.
(415) 310-9590
San Francisco, California 94102
Kathryn D Taylor, Marriage & Family Therapist  in San Francisco
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
“I enjoy working with people who have a desire to understand themselves better and grow as individuals or couples. People come to therapy for many reasons---anxiety, depression, a life crisis, relationship problems, desire to change behaviors, spiritual issues, family relationships that are causing difficulty, or just because they feel stuck. I have a previous background of 20+ years working as a nurse in family practice and I bring that holistic approach as an additional source of insight. My desire is to provide a safe, honest and non-judgmental environment where you can work towards resolution and growth.
(415) 682-6135
San Francisco, California 94114
Leticia A Manzanares, Marriage & Family Therapist  in San Francisco
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
“Relationships are challenging and they bring a spectrum of emotions from happiness to heartache. Having a quiet place to deal with the adjustment of any major life transition can bring an experience of change and insight. My goal is to create a safe, confidential and supported space for my client to do the necessary interpersonal work so they can bring the best of themselves to any relationship or life issue. I take a client-centered approach, which gives me the opportunity to invite the client to explore the process of personal growth.
(415) 697-3362
San Francisco, California 94110
Jacqueline Lumer, Marriage & Family Therapist  in San Francisco
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MFT
“We all face challenges in our lives that can benefit from the guidance of therapy. These times can be an opportunity to expand our thinking and heal our past. I welcome you to begin a better way to connect with yourself and interact in the world.
(415) 508-5018
San Francisco, California 94117
Dara Hayden, Psychologist  in San Francisco
“Therapy can offer you the chance to increase your sense of personal satisfaction, improve your relationships and resolve specific concerns. Whether you are struggling with a new challenge, or dealing with longer term stress and imbalance, I look forward to speaking with you. I offer a collaborative, compassionate, depth-oriented therapeutic style informed by current research in a confidential private practice setting. I invite you to contact me with any questions you may have or to schedule an initial consultation appointment.
(510) 454-8070
San Francisco, California 94102
Seth Isaiah Rubin, Psychologist  in San Francisco
“Profound Transformations Are Possible for Suffering Professionals. I specialize in helping health care providers, lawyers, scientists, academics, and other psychologists achieve meaningful life changes through private consulting.
(650) 603-0554
San Francisco, California 94115
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist Intern, MA, MFTi
“I specialize in the treatment of eating disorders and substance abuse. I utilize evidence-based treatments that provide results for my clients. These modalities include Dialectical Behavioral Therapy, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, psychodynamic work and mindfulness practices. I support individuals in 12-step recovery, (OA, AA, NA and Alanon) as well as those seeking a harm reduction model of support. My clients experience the ability to reduce their problematic behaviors and begin addressing the underlying issues at the root of their problem behaviors.
(415) 767-1467
San Francisco, California 94118
Cate Corcoran, Psychologist  in San Francisco
“As a fully licensed Psy.D. Clinical Psychologist, I bring years of experience to the private practice of psychotherapy. Together with you, I help discover patterns, assumptions, conflicts, and internal limitations that are holding you back from a greater sense of happiness, confidence, connection, self-understanding and future direction. My approach is tailored to your specific needs, and I treat root causes, not just symptoms.
(415) 237-4366
San Francisco, California 94104
Paul I Pisacane, Marriage & Family Therapist Intern  in San Francisco
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist Intern, MA
“Somatic Psychotherapy is an approach to therapy that starts from the seemingly radical notion that the mind and body are connected. Working from this premise we explore how the sensations we feel influence the thoughts we have. Similarly we explore how our emotions are experienced directly in a physically felt sense. Becoming aware of this felt sense is a tool for self-reflection that can serve as a resource for tolerating difficult emotions or experiences.Somatic psychotherapy incorporates techniques that facilitate an increased awareness and connection with one's body and our surroundings.
(415) 749-9865
San Francisco, California 94102
Meryl Leavitt, Marriage & Family Therapist  in San Francisco
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MS, MFT
“My passion and specialization is working with children and their families, which I have experience with in both school and private practice settings. Do you have children who are bullied at school or are the bully? Do you have children who are failing their classes or seem uncharacteristically anxious or depressed? Are you going through a separation with your partner and wonder how it is affecting your children? If you are, I can help. Other prevelent issues in my work with both adults and children include: grief and loss, substance abuse, anger management, family reunification, divorce, and romantic relationships.
(415) 868-5901
San Francisco, California 94122
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What method of therapy is right for me?
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