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Therapists in 94704

John Prosise, Psychologist  in Berkeley
“¶ Let's take your aims to heart. We'll tap your strengths, and draw upon my doctoral studies of holistic psychology and postdoctoral studies of the brain.. ¶ You have painful memories. Research shows that they need not haunt you, once the brain converts them from streaming experience to stories. It's your nature to live fully, redeem a rich past, and welcome a promising future. ¶ I have three openings for new clients, including two with reduced fees for students or young persons considering EMDR. This is a proven approach to tainted memory, self-limiting beliefs, & charged emotion due to trauma.
(510) 550-5424
Berkeley, California 94704
Tracy L. Davis, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Berkeley
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I believe that people intuitively know what they need to grow, change and heal. Often there are internal barriers, old stories, patterns or ways thinking that prevent us being able to make the changes that we want for our lives and our relationships. I use a highly collaborative and nuanced approach to meet the unique needs of each individual and family. Through a mutual process, we will begin to uncover the hope, insights, strengths, and skills needed to address the current challenges or difficulties impacting you, your child or family.
(510) 746-8230
Berkeley, California 94704
Jim Becker, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Berkeley
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, MA
“My role as a therapist is to help you find a happy and meaningful life. Often, when one is beginning therapy, that can seem like an almost unattainable goal. But the act of looking for a therapist and making contact is itself a sign of hope. And in truth, we are already much closer than we think. In therapy we begin to look at how depression, anxiety or trauma distort our thinking and our self-image . By cultivating mindfulness and presence we begin to see ourselves more clearly and to make changes which are based on self-acceptance and compassion.
(510) 356-3348
Berkeley, California 94704
Heather Weisbrod, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Berkeley
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“People often come to see me because they are feeling stuck, seeking relief from suffering, at transition points in their lives, or wanting a better understanding of their patterns. They may also be looking to develop new coping skills and new ways of responding to life stressors. My goal as a therapist is to create a space that facilitates healing and transformation by understanding each person's unique life experiences, strengths, and needs. My strengths lie in my non-judgmental approach and my focus on creating strong and authentic working relationships while providing tools that can be of immediate use.
(510) 246-3338
Berkeley, California 94704
Stacey Hoffman, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Berkeley
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Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, MFT
“I work with adults and couples of all ages wanting a safe and confidential environment, with an experienced therapist. We all want to feel happy, connected to people we love and/or connected to the work we do. These basic parts of life can bring tremendous fulfillment, but if not actualized, can evoke loneliness, depression, anxiety, anger or resentment. Sometimes behaviors intended to be helpful, create even more problems, and suffering. I believe in my work and my clients desire to move out of anxiety or suffering, and into a more satisfying and fulfilling life.
(510) 358-4675
Berkeley, California 94704
Risa Jocelyn Delappe, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Berkeley
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, MFT
“Yoga & Therapy for Emotional and Somatic Awareness. As a licensed therapist and experienced registered yoga teacher, I am now integrating yoga into my therapeutic practice with children. What if your child already has the capacity to solve his/her own problems? How can he/she access these tools to reach their full potential? Specializing in Kids Who Act Out/Have high energy, Kids who struggle with Focus (ADD), and Nervous, Anxious, and Highly Sensitive Kids
(510) 279-3308
Berkeley, California 94704
“My style is based on a developmental, wellness-oriented and holistic mind, body & spirit approach. I will meet you where you are at; helping you explore current thoughts and beliefs that you hold about yourself, others and the world. I am deeply committed to helping people live more wholly and integrated lives. I help clients explore and work through life's challenges such as depression, anxiety, grief & loss, trauma, relationship concerns, enculturation/acculturation process, spirituality. I have over 12 years experience working with first-generation college students both undergraduates & graduate students. I am an ally of the LGBT community.
(510) 900-3908
Berkeley, California 94704
Claire Jeannette, Counselor  in Berkeley
“I can help you -- or you and your partner -- think, feel, name and communicate to find new solutions to your same old problems. Those same old problems that undermine your self esteem and self confidence, your work and relationships, and your hopes for the future. I am known for being able to listen deeply, comfort, challenge, cheer, and laugh during this rich and complex process.
(510) 843-6971
Berkeley, California 94704
Bradley Engwall, Psychiatrist  in Berkeley
“As a Board-Certified psychiatrist with full training in Child, Adolescent and Adult Psychiatry I offer psychiatric services to children, teens and adults including comprehensive psychiatric evaluation and treatment for most psychiatric conditions. My approach is patient-centered and engaging. I place a premium on creating an effective collaboration. I enjoy working with adults, kids and teens. My training has been thorough and wide ranging to treat a range of ages and problems from school underachievement to issues surrounding divorce, to bipolar disorder and major mental illness.
(510) 984-6890
Berkeley, California 94704
Cindy Sachs, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Berkeley
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, ABD, MFT
“Many people I’ve seen in my 30+ years of practice seek psychotherapy in response to personal loss, relationship difficulties in love or work, trauma or self defeating thought or behavior patterns that have become unmanageable. As we begin to meet on a regular basis, the anxiety, depression or crisis that propelled them into my office starts to calm. Broader questions like “Why do I keep waiting to live my life in the way I always imagined it to be?” or “Why have my personal or professional accomplishments not provided the fulfillment I hoped for?” then begin to emerge.
(510) 986-4342
Berkeley, California 94704
Amber Schevon, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Berkeley
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
“I am a licensed psychotherapist providing holistic counseling to individuals, couples, and families. My practice is presently focused on helping clients work through feelings of anxiety or fear that can arise during important life transitions such as: getting married, becoming pregnant, becoming new parents, blending families and facing separation or divorce. You may feel a sense of instability during such major life changes and it is my goal to help ground you by identifying what you need while accessing your inner strengths and resources. I create a safe and non judgmental space for you to do this important work.
(510) 246-3729
Berkeley, California 94704
Leslie Valas, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Berkeley
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MFT
“To feel loved, understood & cared for are the emotions that make us human. It may be hard to recognize these emotional needs & have them met in a positive non-destructive manner. Not having these needs met can contribute to feelings of sadness, loneliness, depression & low self worth, or self harming behaviors like alcoholism & drug abuse. I believe that therapy offers a place to clarify your own feelings, & experiences to learn how to respond to your emotional needs. Therapy offers a chance to experience new ways of feeling & thinking about yourself with the experience of being listened to with empathy and acceptance.
(510) 808-6837
Berkeley, California 94704
Spectrum Practice of Berkeley, Psychologist  in Berkeley
“I provide diagnostics through psychological and neuropsychological evaluation; and therapy. My experience includes over twenty years in the field of human services focusing on under-served individuals to increase access to support and facilitate empowerment. Therapy, evaluation, and other means of self-exploration allow an opportunity to become more familiar with our strengths, clarify goals, and define directions for growth. My approach is short term and pragmatic for those that have identified specific needs and wish to achieve a particular objective(s). Others may desire more on-going support and exploration.
(510) 239-5325
Berkeley, California 94704
Michael Mayer, Psychologist  in Berkeley
“Real transformation is possible when you find your connection with your authentic Self.. With my 30 years experience, I give you leading-edge methods to help you deal with various psychological issues. Self-healing tools from Eastern and Western traditions can reduce or eliminate medications and empowers your inner healer to deal with your anxiety, depression, chronic pain, insomnia, hypertension, etc.
(510) 878-4268
Berkeley, California 94704
Carlin Quinn, Marriage & Family Therapist Intern  in Berkeley
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist Intern, MA, MFTI, RYT
“I specialize in working with individuals, teens, couples and families struggling to connect effectively with each other and the world around them. If you feel stuck in painful cycles or confused by destructive patterns in life, it may be time to enlist another person's support to develop greater understanding and to bring about change. By gaining insight into the ways you relate to others and the world, you will experience greater freedom, balance, and well being in your life. If you are living with unresolved trauma, aggression, addiction, identity issues or relational struggles, I can be of help.
(510) 398-1480
Berkeley, California 94704
Kimbo Prichard, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Berkeley
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, MFT
“Coming to therapy is the first step in a hopeful direction. People come to therapy for many different reasons, at least part of which is an attempt to change something. If pain is one side of a coin and hope is the other, then the flip of a coin is choosing therapy. Change can be a scary word that snaps us right out of our comfort zone. While it’s true that therapy is not always an easy endeavor, it is meant to provide relief and healing. Therapy at its best is a partnership, two minds in open communication pursuing a clear goal.
(510) 859-4776
Berkeley, California 94704
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.
(925) 695-7982
Berkeley, California 94704
Loretta N Gordon, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Berkeley
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
“I love working with a broad spectrum of clients. My style is warm, client centered, down-to-earth & collaborative. I seek to empower clients and guide them towards expressing unspoken feelings, examining learned behaviors, and developing strategies for living a connected, compassionate life. I work deeply with current thoughts, beliefs and feelings about one's self as well as how you relate to the outside world to uncover deep seated self-judgment that blocks happiness. Feelings of anxiety, low self esteem, poor self worth, depression and unhappiness transform into greater acceptance and understanding.
(510) 239-5483
Berkeley, California 94704
Adam Rochmes, Psychologist  in Berkeley
“I am a clinical psychologist practicing in Berkeley, California. I specialize in adult counseling and psychotherapy, working collaboratively to guide clients in achieving greater psychological freedom and self-mastery through mindfulness and understanding. I earned degrees from Harvard and UC Berkeley & have practiced for over 30 years. I am on the supervisory faculty of The Psychotherapy Institute where I provide clinical supervision to therapists in training & serve on the faculty of the Supervision Study Program. In 2005, I was honored by The Psychotherapy Institute "...in recognition of his generosity of spirit, good humor, & excellence in training, supervision, and leadership."
(510) 671-8119
Berkeley, California 94704
Karen Rose, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Berkeley
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MFCC
“I want to help people who are encountering mood challenges, people beginning career journeys or looking at a career transition, couples ready to develop their communication and people recovering from trauma. I draw from an eclectic source of approaches to offer you many ways to become more of who you are becoming.
(510) 486-1188
Berkeley, California 94704
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