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Psychoanalytic Therapists in San Francisco

Stephen Lugar, Psychologist  in San Francisco
“"Although the world is full of suffering, it is also full of overcoming it." Helen Keller. Those words have been a source of inspiration to me for years as a person and a psychotherapist. I have worked with many people who have been brave enough to try to understand and make changes to what they struggle with in life, and also to live life more fully, creatively, and lovingly.
Psychoanalytic
(415) 697-3176
San Francisco, California 94102
Janet Natale, Marriage & Family Therapist  in San Francisco
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT, ATR, CHT
“Are you going through challenges regarding your life's purpose, and or are going through a crisis situation such as relational, life transitions, career, addictions, spiritual, emotional, and grief/loss? I will support you in the process of self-discovery so you can sort out your feelings, heal, and get clearer about yourself and your life goals. I will help you in living the life you want to live and were meant to live - with joy and purpose. Various therapeutic methods will be used such as Dialogue, Creative Arts Therapy, Dreams, Metaphor, Nature, Guided Imagery, Journalling, Story-Telling, and Hypnosis.
Psychoanalytic
(510) 996-5602
San Francisco, California 94122
Alissa DiFranco, Marriage & Family Therapist  in San Francisco
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MFT
“My style of working is warm, thoughtful and direct. I am committed to helping people discover and enhance their emotional capacity in order to create more satisfying lives. Through the transformative experience of being deeply understood by another in an authentic, safe and honest relationship, people can develop increased compassion (for self and other), experience a more stable sense of self-esteem, discover new ways of relating, experience increased tolerance for difficult emotions, and transform destructive patterns into more satisfying expressions of self.
Psychoanalytic
(415) 237-4360
San Francisco, California 94123
Stephen Sabin, Psychologist  in San Francisco
“I work holistically, integrating mind, body, and spirit into the way I think about the human experience and condition. I have a collaborative, psychodynamic approach, always bearing in mind how the relationship I develop with my patients relates to the issues and struggles they deal with out in the world. By carefully and thoughtfully examining your life - your hopes, dreads, fears, and desires - we develop a practice, a discipline cultivated over time that will help you continue to grow for years to come.
Psychoanalytic
(415) 567-7080
San Francisco, California 94115
Yvonne Smith Klitsner, Marriage & Family Therapist  in San Francisco
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MFT, PhD
“Difficult feelings can be the beginning of new self-understanding and growth. If you seek a greater sense of yourself and are ready to engage in a process that results in lasting transformation, then depth psychotherapy-an integration of mind, body and spirit-is the path for you. Depth work happens through a supportive environment where a therapeutic relationship forms and facilitates inner development towards your fuller potential.
Psychoanalytic
(415) 787-4403
San Francisco, California 94123
The Mind-Body Clinic, Psychologist  in San Francisco
“I work with families, couples or individuals irrespective of diagnosis or the presenting problem. I'm interested in the person, not the label. From my perspective, psychotherapy is a collaboration. It has been referred to as the "talking cure" because it heals through conversation. Putting troubling thoughts, emotions, and memories into words enables them to be felt and understood more deeply, to be borne with greater resilience, and to facilitate wiser choices. And, the privacy, boundaries, empathy, and safety of the therapeutic relationship can enable even the most shameful and frightening feelings to be faced and worked through.
Psychoanalytic
(415) 233-9301
San Francisco, California 94115
Erin Mullin, Psychologist  in San Francisco
“Something is getting in the way of living the life you want to live. You want to be professionally successful, have good relationships with friends and family, contribute meaningfully to the world and even have some fun. Instead you may be suffering a barrage of negative thoughts about yourself, sabotaging work or relationships or feeling unbearably anxious. I can provide a supportive, respectful relationship where you can face these difficult issues. I have helped many people to curb self/other destructiveness, improve relationships and have a more successful work-life while learning to be more kind to themselves and others.
Psychoanalytic
(415) 800-4721
San Francisco, California 94115
Scott Carollo, Marriage & Family Therapist  in San Francisco
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MFT
“For the past decade I have been successful in helping men and women in the San Francisco Bay Area address a wide range of issues including anxiety, depression and relationship problems. My training and experience help me to recognize the internal issues and behavioral patterns that may lead to feeling stuck or unsatisfied in your relationship to yourself, relationships with others, or in career and other life pursuits. Working with these internal issues and patterns with a skilled, trusted therapist is to get at the heart of the matter for psychological and emotional well being.
Psychoanalytic
(415) 860-0769
San Francisco, California 94117
Xavier Jurado, Psychological Associate  in San Francisco
Verified by Psychology Today
Psychological Associate, MA, PsyD
“In the journey towards healing curiosity about yourself and your psychological struggles is the ignition, acceptance of yourself is the engine, faith in yourself is the steering wheel, and the untapped courage that lies within you is the fuel. You are the driver, and greater life satisfaction is the destination. I would consider it a privilege to be your co-pilot and help guide you as you hit the open road towards feeling well again, so that you may one day find your way back home.
Psychoanalytic
(415) 969-2185
San Francisco, California 94108
Victoria Zurkan, Marriage & Family Therapist  in San Francisco
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MS, LMFT
“Much like a process of sharing, therapist and client together learn to pay close attention to aspects of yourself that you may be unable to touch on your own. One approach to understanding our behavior is to gain awareness of our unconscious drives and desires through our dreams.
Psychoanalytic
(415) 800-1277
San Francisco, California 94109
Mary Zimtricht  in San Francisco
“You're looking for a therapist and you're wondering if I might be a good fit. It might help to know that I'm a straightforward, perceptive, and non-judgmental practitioner. The therapy I provide is not one-size-fits-all, but instead is collaborative and customized to your specific needs and way of being. I'll ask questions and engage in dialogue with you throughout the process. By providing thoughtful, individual focus to you as you tackle patterns of living that no longer work, we'll discover new areas for growth and healing.
Psychoanalytic
(415) 448-7162
San Francisco, California 94102
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, PhD, MFT
“In my practice I work with many complex psychological issues, such as anxiety, depression, emotional regulation, etc. My specialty is the development of the intuitive function. Not widely known, intuition is one of the psyche's most valued assets. Primary in the processes of innovative, flow experiences or learning a language, intuition is an unconscious process that bridges unknown, unconscious knowledge to consciousness. It operates on a spectrum from simple tasks like riding a bike to telepathy or premonitions. The intuitive function is also known as the first sight, guiding split second decisions when needed.
Psychoanalytic
(415) 801-0591
San Francisco, California 94111
Pirouz P Ganji  in San Francisco
“My focus is on creating a safe, confidential space for you to experience yourself in a new way. I believe psychotherapy is most helpful when you feel safe to bring all of yourself into the room in order to help us understand the core issues you are struggling with.
Psychoanalytic
(415) 329-5404
San Francisco, California 94102
Amy Peterson, Marriage & Family Therapist  in San Francisco
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, MFT
“I provide empathic, perceptive, compassionate psychotherapy with an intuitive, down to earth style. My specialties include LGBTQIQ clients, relationship issues, body image, parenting, recovery from trauma, depression and anxiety, gender, sexuality, addiction, and coping with mentally ill parents, partners, and family members. I also specialize in couples therapy, family therapy, play therapy for children, and parent-child therapy for traumatized or grieving children 0-5.
Psychoanalytic
(415) 651-4336
San Francisco, California 94102
Edit Markoczy, Psychologist  in San Francisco
“Sometimes the issues and struggles that we encounter in life are almost impossible to resolve on our own. A seasoned therapist, I bring nearly 15 years of experience working with people struggling with a range of difficulties including more severe emotional problems. My approach is down-to-earth and practical. I'll first clarify with you where you feel stuck and how you would like to feel or behave differently. We will work collaboratively to understand the nature of your distress and the blocked or unknown or possibly forbidden feelings that tangle the process of acheiving the life you seek.
Psychoanalytic
(415) 800-2559
San Francisco, California 94115
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.
Psychoanalytic
(415) 935-3911
San Francisco, California 94115
Talia Abraham, Marriage & Family Therapist Intern  in San Francisco
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist Intern, MA, MFTi
“Life can be difficult and challenging HOWEVER you don't have to go through it alone. Whether you feel depressed, anxious and stuck; have gone through a traumatic experience; want to feel comfortable in your body; desire connection and support in your relationships, I AM HERE TO HELP. Together we can untangle those old patterns and painful experiences, sooth your pain and shine light on your abilities and talents. From my experience working with different people, where there is pain and difficulty there is joy and growth to be found.
Psychoanalytic
(415) 463-1772
San Francisco, California 94110
Louis Morello, Psychologist  in San Francisco
“As a psychologist I evaluate and treat individuals who seek help for depression, anxiety, life dissatisfaction (e.g., from relationships and work stress) and relational trauma (e.g., to come to terms with a painful or traumatic personal history, like childhood abuse). I also have 18 years of experience treating people who struggle with substance use and who may have a co-occurring depression and/or anxiety. Of note, you do not have to be in crisis to be in therapy; I often work with individuals who are interested in a deeper self-understanding of their experience in their personal lives, who want more meaning in their lives, and who want to improve their communication and connection to others (sometimes to stop distressing interpersonal patterns).
Psychoanalytic
(650) 918-5330
San Francisco, California 94123
Kishi Fuller, Marriage & Family Therapist  in San Francisco
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, MFT
“Sometimes life leads us down an unknown path. Something unexpected happens. A job is lost, health falters, a relationship get shaky. Life comes in, bringing unforeseen challenges. These challenges force us to take stock of our lives.
Psychoanalytic
(650) 549-5845
San Francisco, California 94109
Dr Linda Tucker, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in San Francisco
“Twenty plus years of ongoing training and teaching experience in psychoanalytic technique and clinical training has shaped my work and what I have to offer. This training includes the latest advancements in neuroscience and attachment theory in working with individuals and couples.
Psychoanalytic
(415) 434-2002
San Francisco, California 94108
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Psychoanalytic Therapists
Psychoanalysis is an in-depth form of therapy. The client learns what conscious and unconscious wishes drive their patterns of thinking and behavior on the theory that, by making the unconscious conscious, they will make more educated choices over how they think and act.

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How can I tell if a therapist is right for me?
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