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Depression Therapists in San Francisco

Holly Greenberg, Marriage & Family Therapist  in San Francisco
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
“Hello, I am a licensed marriage and family therapist. I specialize in working with depression, grief and single incident or early childhood trauma, and chronic pain. I also work with teenagers who are struggling as they navigate this tough time between childhood and adulthood. My work is gentle yet direct and I work at your pace, not coming from my own agenda. Please see my website or call me for more information.
Depression
(415) 367-3158
San Francisco, California 94123
Alexandra (Ali) Joy Sideroff, Marriage & Family Therapist  in San Francisco
“I support clients of diverse cultural backgrounds and ages in working through judgments so they can accept themselves and live with trust rather than shame and doubt. We may work through past traumas that have shaped the self or examine present issues from a solution-focused perspective to develop tools that can be applied to daily life.
Depression
(415) 799-8168
San Francisco, California 94114
Carey Cloyd, Marriage & Family Therapist  in San Francisco
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, MFT
“Compassion and intuition characterize my style and I consider truth, the present moment, and the body as rich sources of information. In the context of a supportive and collaborative relationship, I help you examine your thoughts, feelings, and behaviors. Results of this process may include increased awareness, understanding, peacefulness and contentment, confidence, resourcefulness, and vitality. Nondual awareness infuses my work with clients, a perspective in which the split between self and other is recognized as a mental construct and possibilities for spaciousness and clarity unfold.
Depression
(415) 503-9975
San Francisco, California 94118
Diana Naranjo, Psychologist  in San Francisco
“I am a clinical health psychologist with advanced training at Children's Hospital Boston/Harvard Medical School and UCSF in a range of evidence-based treatments to alleviate distress and increase quality of life across the lifespan. I work in a warm collaborative way with adults, adolescents, and children on issues ranging from general mental health concerns like anxiety, depression, eating disorders, and ADHD, to medical issues. I use Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, combining elements from Solution Focused Therapy, Relaxation Therapy, and Dialectical Behavioral Therapy depending on particular client needs.
Depression
(415) 889-2831
San Francisco, California 94104
Debbie Duggan, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in San Francisco
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I help individuals and couples having difficulties with relationships, depression, anxiety, self-esteem, parenting or chronic health issues. I'm a highly trained psychotherapist and offer either short or long term work. My approach is to work collaboratively with you in a thoughtful, intelligent, professional way. Facing difficult issues shows strength NOT weakness and therapy can help create lasting change and hope for a brighter future.
Depression
(415) 935-3911
San Francisco, California 94115
John C McLaughlin, Psychologist  in San Francisco
“My work is to help people discover this hidden other place from which their impulses and motivations flow, in an attempt at answering the questions of 'why am I this way?' and 'where am I going?' It works when it is a collaboration which can focus your insight at your future. My experience is detailed and extensive with both adult and child therapies. I also do infant parent psychotherapy geared at helping parents adapt to the new person the baby represents in their lives. Relationships, Depression, Identity, and Motivational issues respond to the work I do.
Depression
(415) 800-4862
San Francisco, California 94102
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.
Depression
(415) 789-3810
San Francisco, California 94114
Ruth Lieu, Psychologist  in San Francisco
“My specialization is in depression and anxiety, although I work with a clients with a wide range of struggles and challenges. I have a background in clinical psychology and business and commonly work with individuals who are seeking help with struggles they experience emotionally and personally that keep them from reaching their full potential in their careers. My goal is to help clients feel better and healthier so that they can enjoy a life engaged in activities that are meaningful to them and connected to people that fulfill them.
Depression
(415) 969-2210
San Francisco, California 94104
Joseph R. Dwaihy, Psychiatrist  in San Francisco
“I approach health care as a collaborative effort between patient and doctor. I work with patients in a compassionate way to help them understand and change their lives, alleviate symptoms and reach their goals. My patients come from all walks of life, with a diversity of beliefs and experiences. I offer psychoanalytic psychotherapy, cognitive behavioral therapy and medication management. Treatments are evidence-based and grounded in the professional traditions of medicine and clinical psychology. Treatments are customized to each individual and may address a wide range of concerns.
Depression
(415) 780-9160
San Francisco, California 94115
Joshua M Simmons, Psychologist  in San Francisco
“Difficult feelings can be a gateway for personal growth. I see many students, artists, successful professionals, and couples struggling with depression and anxiety, trauma, problems in relationships, and life transitions. My approach is to help you gain awareness of and explore those difficult thoughts, feelings, and past experiences which prevent you from being comfortable with who you would like to be, what you want, and the kinds of relationships that you want to have with others.
Depression
(415) 820-1554
San Francisco, California 94114
Shokooh Miry, Psychologist  in San Francisco
“Are you feeling depressed or anxious? Worried that your emotions are out of control? Struggling with an eating disorder or wondering if alcohol/drugs are making life harder? Needing someone to talk to who can help you build a life worth living? Whatever challenges are currently bringing you to consider therapy, Dr. Miry will collaborate with you to get you feeling better and working on building the life you deserve to live.
Depression
(415) 799-4231
San Francisco, California 94104
Sharon L Rafferty, Psychologist  in San Francisco
“As a psychologist and certified yoga instructor, I utilize dialogue and body-centered techniques to facilitate my clients' understanding and awareness of themselves at the physical and psychological level. For example, when we move more deeply into our awareness of our bodies, we can experience a shift in our way of thinking about ourselves, our world, and our relationship to one another. Likewise, through a deeper understanding of how our minds work, we find ourselves moving deeper into our bodies and experiencing more flexibility, balance, strength and overall health and well-being.
Depression
(415) 689-9661
San Francisco, California 94114
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist Intern, MA, MFTI
“At some point in life, we all go through a difficult period, need to work through a particular issue or struggle, or perhaps just need extra support. I help individuals and couples work through difficult times to gain greater balance in their life and heal. Through creating a safe space, I work with clients collaboratively to explore old patterns, understand their behavior and move to a place of contentment and greater overall happiness. In better understanding ourselves, we can let go of judgment and self-criticism and discover self-compassion.
Depression
(415) 403-2076
San Francisco, California 94123
Melanie Horn, Psychologist  in San Francisco
“"When is psychotherapy helpful?" You may be seeking help with a difficult relationship, a painful loss, anxiety, depression, or a sense of feeling "stuck" in some way. The goal of therapy is to increase your ability to face life's challenges with greater confidence, energy and creativity. Psychotherapy can help you develop a greater sense of your potential. My approach invites an engaging dialogue geared to your needs and goals.
Depression
(415) 689-8397
San Francisco, California 94118
Garth Copenhaver, Psychologist  in San Francisco
“Working through depression and anxiety involves building a bridge. This bridge integrates the parts of yourself into a whole, where possibilities are allowed to move and find fruition. My cognitive and mindfulness approaches help access the feelings that previously may not have made sense; yet, through making meaning together, new parts of the self become a resource for wellness and wisdom. Accomplishing goals and aspirations through becoming unbound by previous habits is at the heart of my practice.
Depression
(415) 237-0969
San Francisco, California 94102
Anne-Marie Allerand Bloch, Psychologist  in San Francisco
“Do you find yourself anxious or depressed because you are not achieving your goals? Are you "stuck" in an unsatisfying relationship? Are you repeating behaviors that are self-defeating? I have many years experience in helping people identify their true needs and change their behaviors so that they can feel in greater control of their life. It is my belief that in a compassionate and supportive setting, painful and difficult emotions can be understood and integrated into oneself, providing a greater sense of well-being.
Depression
(650) 209-7608
San Francisco, California 94118
“With 20+ years of experience,, I have come to believe that what is most essential in therapy is the therapist-client connection. The first step is to establish a positive, mutually respectful working relationship. I work best within an open, consultative framework. I also maintain a part-time practice in Los Altos on Tuesdays and Thursdays. I currently supervise a psychological assistant who is available to see clients on a reduced fee basis, and also offer, in conjunction with a colleague, a five-week "fast-track" couples intensive program. Call or email for more information.
Depression
(650) 741-3462
San Francisco, California 94104
Carly Earnshaw, Marriage & Family Therapist  in San Francisco
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MFT
“I provide a space free of distractions in order to focus clearly and deeply on the issues that are bringing you to therapy. Some people are seeking resolution to a specific problem, such as difficulty in love, past trauma, conflict with parents or crippling feelings of sadness and guilt. Others come to therapy to uncover their truest selves--to create purpose and meaning, to strive for the most satisfying life possible. I help people to increase their sense of power, agency and control while decreasing feelings of anxiety, self-hatred, guilt or shame. I strive to create an environment that feels supportive and safe.
Depression
(415) 494-8329
San Francisco, California 94122
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.
Depression
(650) 209-7785
San Francisco, California 94123
Ellen Marino, Marriage & Family Therapist  in San Francisco
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, MBA, LMFT
“Be the star of your own life, the author of your own story; by having the courage to face your fears and the imagination to explore your dreams, you are able to embrace your true reality. My approach is insight oriented with the belief that you are the expert in your life. I enter each therapy session with sincerity and compassion. By focusing on your strengths, I enjoy shoring up the foundation to make way for new developments and positive growth. My style is informed by: family systems, cognitive behavioral therapy, solution-focused and narrative approaches.
Depression
(415) 426-4993
San Francisco, California 94105
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Depression Therapists
If you're looking for help with depression in San Francisco or for a San Francisco depression Therapist, these Therapists provide depression therapy (and depression therapies), depression treatment and depression help in San Francisco. They include depression Therapists, depression psychologists, depression psychotherapists and depression counselors in San Francisco. They can help with relationship in San Francisco. A Therapist can help with post partum depression, feeling depressed, depression anxiety as well as teen depression. Therapists provide San Francisco depression counseling, depression support, referrals to depression support groups in San Francisco and San Francisco depression groups. If you're depressed in San Francisco, get help from one of these depression specialists.

How can I tell if a therapist is right for me?
Therapists in San Francisco have broad skills and are able to work with a wide range of issues.

For example, if you're seeking a marriage counselor in San Francisco you'll find that most therapists are trained in marriage counseling or couples counseling in San Francisco and couples therapy. And they welcome families for family counseling in San Francisco or family therapy in San Francisco.