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Couples Counseling Therapists in Berkeley

Carroll Schilling, Marriage & Family Therapist Intern  in Berkeley
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist Intern, MA
“Psychotherapy is a rich and rewarding experience that brings you into greater connection with yourself and helps to facilitate healthy relationships with others. People typically seek out therapy when they feel stuck, conflicted, or are unable to break free from longstanding emotional patterns that cause pain and dissatisfaction. I work collaboratively with individuals, couples and families of all backgrounds to help them address these challenges with honesty and compassion. Inspired by our capacity to find meaning and make positive changes throughout all ages and stages in life, I build caring therapeutic relationships that promote self-awareness and create new possibilities.
Couples Counseling
(510) 239-5995
Berkeley, California 94707
Leora Benioff, Psychologist  in Berkeley
“Life is harder than many people are led to believe. We struggle because what we really feel is sharply at odds with the way we are "supposed " to feel. Conflict between our inner world and outer realities and relationships saps our energy, our creativity and our vitality. In individual therapy I help explore your inner world, charting a pathway through our relationship that will help you develop your whole and unique self , and move forward from depression, anxiety and self-doubt. I offer a working relationship that is sustaining, engaged, supportive, and clarifying. Together we will uncover what is troubling you.
Couples Counseling
(415) 801-3513
Berkeley, California 94705
Shira Gallagher, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Berkeley
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Working with a therapist is a unique process that can allow us to see ourselves and situations from a new perspective, better understand ourselves, and transform things that we wish to change. As the therapist, I listen deeply and engage with you to help us explore what is going on within you that is troubling or limiting you and help you make meaningful and lasting changes. The foundation for effective therapy is a safe, respectful space in which thoughts and feelings can be explored collaboratively. In my work with adults and adolescents, my style is empathic, responsive, and non-judgmental.
Couples Counseling
(925) 695-7982
Berkeley, California 94704
Frankie Bashan, Psychologist  in Berkeley
“I believe that we all have the intrinsic ability to reach our full potential; that "self-actualization is growth-motivated rather than deficiency-motivated". It is our life experiences and toxic interactions with others that often prevent us from realizing this potential on our own. Although I was trained psychodynamically, my approach is integrative and driven by the needs of the individual client. I practice in a warm, relational, and collaborative manner. I have extensive experience working with children, adolescents, individual adults and couples. I help clients identify what is holding them back from effecting positive change. I help clients be more mindful and less fearful, thereby allowing them to attain more meaningful healthy relationships.
Couples Counseling
(415) 992-6273
Berkeley, California 94705
Margaret M Clausen, Psychologist  in Berkeley
“Everyone comes to psychotherapy with unique history, needs, challenges, and strengths. I think one approach to therapy does not fit all people. Together, clients and I determine what is most helpful. My style is warm, interactive, and open. My approach to treatment uses perspectives that value how our histories impact the here and now; mind and body interactions; shedding light on the unconscious; nonjudgemental attention to thoughts, feelings, and behaviors; and discovering meaning.
Couples Counseling
(510) 299-1025
Berkeley, California 94705
Jamie Bachman, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Berkeley
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“People often block progress toward their goals by holding tightly to a limited idea of who they are and what they can achieve. However, it is possible to make real, substantive changes in your life. Through therapy you can access inner strengths and apply them to problems that appear insurmountable. I regard it as my job to help you gain insight into your experience and shift your perspective, allowing you to recognize and overcome internal obstacles. We will identify not only the challenges you face, but also the strengths you have brought to bear on past problems.
Couples Counseling
(510) 878-4708
Berkeley, California 94705
Fay Dillof, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Berkeley
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“People often come to therapy when they are in crisis, in despair, or are unable to feel compassion toward themselves. They may be facing a life transition, dealing with trauma or grief, or simply feeling stuck in some significant aspect of their lives. I strive to help people reconnect with their sense of possibility and hope, and to help them take steps in directions truly meaningful to them. I promise to ask questions you've not previously considered so you can consider your life from a new perspective. I bring respect, curiosity, kindness and determination to our work together.
Couples Counseling
(510) 246-3341
Berkeley, California 94710
Denise Forest, Marriage & Family Therapist Intern  in Berkeley
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist Intern, ScB, MA, MFTI
“I enjoy being in a collaborative relationship with clients with awareness, empathy and what is strength-based, Positive Psychology. Because of my experience which includes long-term training in mindfulness and meditation and the language of ahimsa or nonharming, people often find themselves comfortable, even getting into deep material in the first session. This allows the client to optimally explore what's present. We will work together on what's vital to you in your life. Clients grow in areas of relationship, finances, and spirituality and love. I enjoy working with adults, couples, and youth from many cultures and backgrounds.
Couples Counseling
(415) 237-0058
Berkeley, California 94709
Ursula Velonis, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Berkeley
Marriage & Family Therapist, PhD
“I support my clients with warmth and compassionate understanding through the process of uncovering and transforming their wounding. I listen deeply and help bring to a closure what needs to be released until a genuine space of positivity and clarity emerges within them. I draw on psychosynthesis, mindfulness and stress-reduction methods that instill an increased sense of self-confidence and -acceptance on all levels of self-integration. I specialize in inner child work, emotional integration, trauma, self-esteem issues, family and marriage therapy.
Couples Counseling
(510) 808-6857
Berkeley, California 94709
Ethan Schwartz, Psychologist  in Berkeley
“My work involves collaborating with individuals and couples on their own personal recipes for life satisfaction and what their lives will look like when the "problem" is no longer a problem. I try to carefully separate the "problem" from the person, who is often doing the best he or she can, so we can identify strengths, resiliencies, and resources that allow clients to construct a life worth living and a relationship worth celebrating. This does not mean ignoring difficult issues or painful areas, but it is important to know at the outset how we will know therapy has been successful.
Couples Counseling
(510) 878-6472
Berkeley, California 94705
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, MFT, BCBA
“Parenting a child with special needs is a unique experience that comes with an array of rewarding, fulfilling moments and often as many complex and challenging experiences. By building a relationship focused on respect, curiosity and empathy, I work with parents and siblings of children with special needs along their journey to feel understood and supported. I strive to make sure all family members feel that their experiences are honored and that their important contributions are validated.
Couples Counseling
(510) 907-7056
Berkeley, California 94708
Astarte Lippman, Marriage & Family Therapist Intern  in Berkeley
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist Intern, MA
“I believe that our journey through life is sacred. There are many ups and downs throughout this journey, and it is helpful to have a witness and guide along the way. I am deeply passionate and committed to personal growth, integrative healing, dreamwork, and tapping into boundless wisdom within the body, mind, and spirit. I provide a warm, grounded, and non-judgmental space for you to explore where you are and discover where you want to be. I am interactive, responsive, and grounded. I make space for laughter, as well as tears.
Couples Counseling
(510) 344-6577
Berkeley, California 94710
Susan Thompson, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Berkeley
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MFT
“We all have the capacity to live fulfilling and creative lives, but sometimes difficult circumstances overwhelm us, or we find ourselves in painful relational patterns. I see the transformative power of psychotherapy help people make lasting changes in how they relate to themselves and others, and move beyond protective patterns that limit their capacity for satisfaction and joy. In our collaborative relationship, we will explore your inner world, and when appropriate, the impact of family, gender, culture, sexual orientation, class, temperament, current relationships, life stage, and daily stressors on you and your life.
Couples Counseling
(510) 394-3556
Berkeley, California 94703
Stacy George, Marriage & Family Therapist Intern  in Berkeley
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist Intern, MFTI
“Life is a series of transitions. Sometimes we move through them with ease and other times we feel stuck, not knowing what to do next. I specialize in helping individuals navigate the confusion and changes when entering a new phase of life (e.g., puberty, aging, marriage, divorce, new parenthood, grief and loss, illness). We explore the present moment and the influences of your past. With compassion, we create a space to reflect on your feelings, beliefs and intuitions so that you can make empowered choices. You will discover your essential truth and move to a more peaceful, satisfied place.
Couples Counseling
(510) 314-8566
Berkeley, California 94705
Jim Murakami, Psychologist  in Berkeley
“Hello, I have a passion for working collaboratively with adults, adolescents and children who may be experiencing distress or who simply seek greater fulfillment in life. I believe deeply in the importance of connection among individuals, families, communities, nature, and spirituality towards promoting resiliency and healing. I have worked extensively with young adults, children and adolescents who have suffered trauma and loss. I provide individual and family therapy, as well as comprehensive psychological emotional, academic and intellectual assessments to clients of all ages.
Couples Counseling
(510) 379-9069
Berkeley, California 94707
Vanessa Morrison, Marriage & Family Therapist Intern  in Berkeley
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist Intern, MA, MFTI
“I work with professionals who want to overcome persistent behaviors, thoughts and emotions that inhibit their ability to live a life they love so that they have meaningful relationships, deeply fulfilling work and self-confidence. My approach is based on the belief that in order to benefit from therapy the therapeutic relationship must be grounded in direct communication, collaboration and compassion. You need someone to be real who will both challenge and care for you. My patients often reflect they are relieved to finally work with someone who engages in conversation and shares responsibility for the progress of each session.
Couples Counseling
(707) 809-5065
Berkeley, California 94709
“Our therapists at the Bay Area Center for Couples Therapy can help you and your partner improve your relationship. Don't wait until it's too late. Research has found that couples wait an average of six years to seek help after their problems begin. Whether you're in the beginning of your relationship, been together a long time, have been just starting to struggle, or are on the brink of calling it quits, remember, its never too late to fix your relationship. We use effective, evidence based therapy called Emotionally Focused Couples Therapy, which has shown significant improvement in 88% of couples treated with EFT and 70-73% of couples moving from distress to recovery in an average of 20 sessions. Our work is also informed by John Gottman's research on couples.
Couples Counseling
(415) 630-2960
Berkeley, California 94707
Marilyn Lundberg, LCSW, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Berkeley
“I have been in practice for more than twenty years. I see individuals and couples struggling with transitional adjustments, relationship and gender issues, depression, anxiety and grief, parenting, separations, trauma. I tend to be fairly active as a therapist, bonding with clients and together dealing with their problems. My areas of expertise include individual psychotherapy, crisis intervention, couples treatment, brief symptom-focused treatment, longer-term psychotherapy when needed. I draw on the past as it affects the present rather than as and end in itself.
Couples Counseling
(510) 343-6397
Berkeley, California 94705
Vincent G Valente, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Berkeley
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MS, MFT
“If you or your loved ones are experiencing problems that disrupt your life, I can offer unique solutions to get you back on track. I am certified in Brief-Strategic therapy, a model that has shown to produce rapid and sustainable change even for difficult to treat problems like panic attacks, obsessions, compulsions and eating disorders. If you have been struggling with persistent personal or relational difficulties, we can work together to uncover how these problems are operating and to grow beyond them.
Couples Counseling
(650) 209-7521
Berkeley, California 94703
Annie Wright, Marriage & Family Therapist Intern  in Berkeley
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist Intern, MA, MFTi
“Annie Wright, MA, MFTi received her Masters in Counseling Psychology from the California Institute of Integral Studies and dual degrees in the social sciences from Brown University. Additionally, Annie completed her accredited coaches training at The Coaches Training Institute in San Rafael, CA and lived, worked, and studied at Esalen Institute in Big Sur, CA for nearly four years. Annie brings extensive professional and personal experience from the worlds of global social development and the human potential movement to her work as a therapist, coach, teacher, and consultant.
Couples Counseling
(510) 254-3196
Berkeley, California 94710
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