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Therapists in Santa Cruz

Pam Moriarty, Counselor  in Santa Cruz
Counselor
“As a co-founder of Juniper Foundation I provide education, support and guidance to help individuals cope with loss and grief associated with death, divorce, illness, relationships or job. You will have a safe place to express and normalize emotions, learn coping strategies and learn Juniper's methods of inner development including meditation, balancing emotions, cultivating compassion and insight. (www.juniperpath.org)
(831) 531-2074
Santa Cruz, California 95060
Aude Castagna, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Santa Cruz
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MS, LMFT
“Life is complicated. It's full of twists and turns and sometimes we lose our way. My passion is to support you along this path and honor your courage to start a process of self-discovery. I can assist you in emerging from a life perspective where you feel stuck into an understanding of your choices that will help you heal, move on and have fulfilling relationships. I truly believe that therapy can create lasting changes and help you live the life you want. Life can be better and I will strive to help you.
(831) 331-4238
Santa Cruz, California 95060
Lara Lenington, Psychologist  in Santa Cruz
“The heart of my work is compassion and curiosity. It is my goal to instill these into my clients. I believe each person is innately health seeking. Each of us can find our way off this healthy path for very important and powerful reasons. We work together to understand these reasons with deep compassion. With curiosity we look to discover ways to get back on the path to the healthiest self. I discovered over the past decade that compassion allows us to move on and that with curiosity new choices emerge which can allow for deep, profound and lasting change.
(831) 272-4982
Santa Cruz, California 95060
Penelope Rayas-Moore, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Santa Cruz
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT, MA
“Life can be more rewarding with empathetic support and gentle guidance. I became a therapist to help others live a fuller, happier life. My years as Marriage and Family Therapist, help me provide you with the skills you need to ease your emotional pain, build better relationships and change your life for the better. I am spiritual and my practice is based on empathy, deep understanding and compassion. I can also provide you with the coping skills to live a better happier life.
(408) 637-4754
Santa Cruz, California 95060
Dana Blumrosen, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Santa Cruz
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
“I provide warm, accepting, and engaged psychotherapy. As a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist in Santa Cruz, I work with men, women, teens, young adults, couples, and families who are seeking to improve the quality of their relationships and lives. Whether you are working to ease the symptoms of depression or anxiety, healing from grief and loss issues, resolving trauma, or seeking deeper a relationship with yourself and others, I can help you move forward.
(831) 613-1250
Santa Cruz, California 95060
David Schulkin, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Santa Cruz
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
“I am an experienced therapist who has the natural ability to make almost anybody feel comfortable. I have an approachable, compassionate and relaxed personal style that fits well with people of all ages, from teenage to adult. I am also a good fit for someone looking for a gentle male presence.
(831) 531-4529
Santa Cruz, California 95060
Vanessa Ursina Kuhlman  in Santa Cruz
“My work currently focuses on Individuals, Couples, Families and Groups facing Relationship Issues, Trauma & Stress, Anxiety, Depression, Personal Growth and Self Exploration, Severe Mental Illness, Dual Diagnosis, Addiction and Recovery, Criminal Psychology and Post-Incarceration Life Plans, utilizing approaches including but not limited to CBT, DBT, Systems, Somatic, Jungian, Transpersonal, Attachment, Gestalt as well as psychoanalytic and other traditional psychotherapy models. While I will use pieces from the above mentioned models and theories each individual client will require a different mix of psychotherapy approaches. Individual treatment plans and various interventions will be used for every individual client.
(831) 219-4127
Santa Cruz, California 95060
Alison Brooks, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Santa Cruz
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT
“We learn how to regard ourselves from the earliest relationships we have. From the nurturing of our nature or lack thereof, a template of how to treat ourselves and relate to others is set. The good news... this template is not set in permanence and is subject to change with focused intent! I am dedicated to helping you achieve these changes. Therapy is an art form which involves attending to a Client's specific emotional pains. The art of my practice is in knowing when to provide silence or words, when to challenge or encourage, when to include techniques, when to just be.
(831) 221-5847
Santa Cruz, California 95060
Alison Hanwit Harre, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Santa Cruz
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
“Are you exhausted by your own thoughts? Are your relationships unsatisfying or difficult? Is your child struggling? If so, I can help you. One of my gifts as a therapist is the ability to foster the healing of children; including children/teens ages 2-17 and the "inner children" alive within adults. All of us have parts of ourselves which were either over or under-developed during childhood, and they usually run the show until we address them. I help children, adults, and couples come home to themselves.
(831) 709-1354
Santa Cruz, California 95060
Andrew Purchin, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Santa Cruz
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“My mission is to help you accept and tolerate any uncomfortable sensations in your body that come up when you feel: mad, sad, scared, anxious, confused, happy, joyful, elated, and whatever else you may be feeling. I want you to be less afraid of yourself and others. I want you to take risks, to love more and to be in your power. Get comfortable with feeling uncomfortable and open a world of possibility: Increased self confidence •A clearer sense of purpose •The ability to be calm in the face of challenge •Improved communication skills •Closer relationships and friendships. •Increased resilience.
(831) 325-0576
Santa Cruz, California 95060
Veronica Tonay, Psychologist  in Santa Cruz
“*Unfortunately, I'm unable to accept new clients until 1/15.* For over 20 years, I've successfully treated those suffering with the pain and frustration of depression, anxiety, separation/loss, childhood abuse, relationship issues, creative blocks, and life transitions (several of these overlap!). I earned my doctorate at UC Berkeley, and, in addition to my psychotherapy practice, have taught psychology courses at UCSC since 1989. Psychologists are ethically required to use demonstrated, effective treatments for clients' individual backgrounds and life difficulties. I'm fortunate to have trained in a variety of therapeutic methods, tailored to client needs and personality.
(831) 359-4793
Santa Cruz, California 95060
Vanessa V. Wilson, Marriage & Family Therapist Intern  in Santa Cruz
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist Intern, MFTI, MA
“Healing is possible. I work together with children, teens, adults and families to support them in creating fulfilling and meaningful lives. I use various therapeutic modalities to meet individual's unique needs and will support you in strengthening your connection to your own inner wisdom. Emotional pain that causes anxiety, depression, addiction, physical symptoms, acting out, etc. can be reduced and replaced with inner peace, serenity and freedom. Working through your hurts and pains with someone who can think well about you will allow you to see and think more clearly and creatively about the challenges in front of you.
(831) 250-0213
Santa Cruz, California 95062
Genevieve Friedberg, Marriage & Family Therapist Intern  in Santa Cruz
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist Intern, MA
“Do you want more ease, joy, and meaning in your life? Therapy can help. Aside from having the obvious goal of relieving anxiety, confusion, or pain and suffering, therapy can profoundly enrich your life. The more we befriend, understand, and accept ourselves just as we are, the more we can respond to the challenges that come our way from choice rather than habitual reaction. To facilitate this I offer an openhearted, authentic presence along with mindfulness-based tools that promote self-awareness, self-compassion, and the process of healing.
(831) 272-0358
Santa Cruz, California 95060
Chris Lang, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Santa Cruz
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, MFT
“Entering into therapy can be a big decision and confusing process. I offer direction that can help you determine your best course for meaningful and effective change. Through attentiveness, compassion, and collaboration, I focus on helping individuals, couples, & children gain awareness of themselves, and provide an avenue that leads toward personal exploration and healing. In my class "Creating Healthy Relationships with Kids", parents and caregivers learn additional ways to communicate with their child, appropriate limit setting, and effective problem solving rather than punishment.
(831) 234-1411
Santa Cruz, California 95062
Diana Elwyn, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Santa Cruz
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT
“I have spent the past 25 years of my career learning about and treating men, women and adolescents with disordered eating. Research shows that early and aggressive treatment of eating disorders provides the best chance for a full recovery. I am therefore very passionate about early intervention. I have done extensive training in evidence based therapies, such as Family Based "Maudsley" Therapy , Therapeutic Meal Support Groups, Enhanced CBT, DBT, and Intuitive Eating/Health at Every Size. I am a member of CAMFT, APTED, and IAEDP and am committed to ongoing training, completing twice the required licensing CEU's annually.
(831) 440-8351
Santa Cruz, California 95062
Shanowa M Simington, Marriage & Family Therapist Intern  in Santa Cruz
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist Intern, MA
“Welcome! My approach to therapy is an eclectic and collaborative approach that will meet your individual needs. I enjoy working with adults, children, couples, and families. I will value your perspective and work collaboratively with you while providing support and guidance in achieving your goals. Together we can create a therapeutic relationship that offers self-awareness, acceptance, insight, resources, and the integration of past and present experiences. Such integration can provide you with a sense of mastery and confidence that will help you regulate your emotional and cognitive responses in your everyday life.
(831) 621-5246
Santa Cruz, California 95062
Diana Dure-Biondi, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Santa Cruz
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
“Is your relationship or your family encountering changes that are stressful? Are you having difficulty finding the supportive relationships that your want? In the normal course of life we often find that our usual coping skills no longer hold up during times of transition or duress. My work is rooted in strength-based approach. I will work with you to explore the changes that you want your life and relationships. I look forward to working together with you and to support you in ridding yourself of the barriers that prevent you from embracing life fully.
(831) 272-4914
Santa Cruz, California 95060
Barbara Bailey-Porter, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Santa Cruz
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
“I look forward to helping you through compassion, acceptance, and non-judgmental support. I can help you experience peace, balance and harmony using Art Therapy and /or Internal Family Systems Therapy. Both therapeutic approaches are an effective way to access empowerment, self-confidence, decision making ability, relieve undesirable behavior/thoughts, and it engages both sides of the brain so that you are fully present with your life. It increases awareness of self and others and helps you experience success. I can help you access "parts" of your "Self" and rebuild the way you think about the various aspects of your personality, feelings, thoughts, and behaviors.
(831) 216-1296
Santa Cruz, California 95060
Amanda E Fargo, Psychologist  in Santa Cruz
“Are you struggling with life circumstances, feeling frustrated or stuck and looking to have a more fulfilling life? Are you a parent of a young child and feeling overwhelmed by the challenges? My therapy practice focuses on providing individual adult therapy, college student therapy, and parenting support for families with young children. As a licensed clinical psychologist I can help. I applaud your courage and strength to reach out for support. I feel honored to be a part of your journey towards greater health and life satisfaction. Please call or email me to schedule your free 15 minute phone cosultation appointment.
(831) 246-0456
Santa Cruz, California 95060
The Lotus Collaborative, Eating Disorder Recovery, Treatment Facility  in Santa Cruz
“Welcome to The Lotus Collaborative, offering holistic recovery services in Santa Cruz & San Francisco with transitional living available near our SC location. We'd like to personally thank you for considering TLC in assisting you in your recovery journey. TLC is more than just another treatment center, we are a multi-disciplinary team of kind and competent eating disorder experts, that have a passion for helping clients obtain health and happiness. We believe that healing can be optimized when clients are shown respect by offering them a beautiful, professional and soulful setting to recover in. Located blocks from the majestic Pacific ocean, we help our clients heal in a setting that reflects the serenity of the California Central Coast. TLC believes it's important that we understand the unique individual you are: who you are, what you're struggling with, what your strengths are, and where you'd like to go from here. Collaboratively, we can help you determine your recovery goals and develop a treatment plan specifically designed for you. At TLC we'll provide you with a recovery environment in which you feel heard, respected and empowered. Full recovery is possible. Call us today for a free assessment!
(831) 216-5409
Santa Cruz, California 95060
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