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Therapists in South of Market (SoMa) - San Francisco, CA 94103

Robin Levick, Marriage & Family Therapist Intern  in San Francisco
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist Intern, MA, MFTi
“While therapy expands one's understanding of the past, it's ultimately about finding freedom, joy and fulfillment in the present moment. I work collaboratively with my clients to create a space where they can explore their experience with the trust that whatever they share with me will be met with respect, empathy, and curiosity. From a place of self-compassion and acceptance, people can develop tools and practices that allow them to risk experimenting with new ways of being in the world.
(415) 912-1541
San Francisco, California 94103
Teo Ernst, Psychologist  in San Francisco
“My practice focuses on relationship difficulties in adults and couples with a history of physical or emotional trauma or neglect. Relationship difficulties are frequently the most devastating consequence of trauma. Many clients tell me that while they are successful at work or academically, they find themselves repeating painful relationship patterns with romantic partners, family, and friends. Such patterns often take the form of appearing 'cold and withdrawn', fearing rejection, emotional numbness, trust issues, infidelity, difficulty expressing caring feelings, and anger outbursts. As relationships are a central aspect of human experience, such patterns cause significant emotional pain and distress.
(415) 390-5497
San Francisco, California 94103
Charles Brinamen, Psychologist  in San Francisco
“My work is relationally based. I believe that development throughout our lives is formed through our relationships. The therapeutic relationship we share will be an important factor in understanding, improving, establishing, and responding to those relationships. Even when things are particularly tough or uncomfortable, creating and tolerating change can be daunting. Its easy for individuals and families to get stuck in old patterns that no longer meet their needs. Well look at those patterns: how they developed, how they affect you, and how to take steps toward freeing you and your family.
(415) 237-4412
San Francisco, California 94103
Lindsay Repko, Marriage & Family Therapist  in San Francisco
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
“I offer counseling services to Individual Adults, Children, & Couples in Downtown SF. I recognize the courage required to begin or return to psychotherapy. There is tremendous value in exploring ourselves honestly and in a protected space. Such a space seems hard to come by these days. I work best with people who possess a genuine curiosity about themselves and those who recognize that sustainable change takes time and effort. Regardless whether you come in by yourself, as a couple, or family, we can develop a treatment that responds to your concerns and offers useful perspective.
(415) 820-1640
San Francisco, California 94103
Anders Greenwood, Psychologist  in San Francisco
“Ready for a new beginning? Are you or loved ones facing challenges you want to work through in safety and confidence? Reacting to life events with lasting sadness or worry? For better or worse, our experience is shaped by expectations and habits that are maintained by loyalty to important relationships, and by cycles of confirming experience. They affect our happiness, our relationships and the success of our endeavors. Therapy can help. In a safe empathic relationship, unhelpful expectations and habits can be retired, and new habits of relating to life and others can be implicitly learned, or chosen and implemented.
(510) 364-4825
San Francisco, California 94103
The Well Clinic, Psychiatric Nurse  in San Francisco
“I focus on medication management for mood disorders and anxiety disorders. This includes, but is not limited, to depression, bipolar II, generalized anxiety , PTSD, eating disorders, ADHD, and sleep disorders. At The Well Clinic I am seeing low acuity patients. Patients with recent psychiatric hospitalizations, in need for crisis intervention, are not appropriate for my private practice setting. Ideal patients are individuals who are motivated to make lifestyle and behavior modifications in addition to they medication regimen. This individuals will benefit most from the integrative psychiatry approach that The Well Clinic has to offer.
(415) 952-0290
San Francisco, California 94103
Srini Katragadda, Marriage & Family Therapist Intern  in San Francisco
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist Intern, MS, MA
“I work with individuals and couples struggling with a variety of relationship and communication issues. I have successfully treated clients with depression, anxiety, phobias, and low self-esteem. Clients that are looking for more aliveness in themselves and their relationships will be served well by what I offer.
(415) 799-9541
San Francisco, California 94103
“Starting therapy is not easy, and I hope you'll soon feel comfortable with me because of how I listen and become interested in the details you bring, helping you start to feel safe and at ease. I'll listen to the layers of what you say, and do my best to notice patterns which you may be unaware of. Together we'll think about the present moment of your life, your history, your needs and desires, and what gets in the way of your greater happiness and satisfaction.
(510) 374-4394
San Francisco, California 94103
Jane Christmas, Psychologist  in San Francisco
“Being a psychotherapist means being available to you in a way that is different to other forms of human relatedness. It means I listen to the painful events and relationships troubling you in your life and open a conversation about them between us. This conversation is private and confidential, yet allows for the most honest and accessible way to both explore and understand your reactions and feelings. Although the foundation of my knowledge lies in the psychoanalytic tradition, I incorporate contemporary knowledge and methods that have developed since Sigmund Freud's first discoveries at the end of the 19th century.
(415) 423-1066
San Francisco, California 94103
Sveta Alshvang, Psychologist  in San Francisco
“Life can be challenging sometimes, and even the most capable and intelligent person may need help. As a licensed clinical psychologist, I help my clients reduce stress, anxiety, and depression; better manage strong emotions, such as anger; heal from trauma and loss; reduce chronic pain; and control addiction and other self-limiting behaviors. I also have a great deal of experience working with clients to successfully manage life transitions such as divorce, retirement, "empty nest," or a major career change. My ultimate goal is to help you heal from emotional pain, grow, and live the life you want.
(650) 215-6194
San Francisco, California 94103
Charlie Baxter,   in San Francisco
“I coach young adults aged 20-30. Who may lack the knowledge of what they want to do in life. I help ignite passion from within by tapping into their true interests in life.
San Francisco, California 94103
Anna Benassi, Marriage & Family Therapist Intern  in San Francisco
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist Intern, MA
“I am not your run of the mill therapist. Oh sure, I listen well and am very compassionate and calm. But I just don't sit there and ask you how you feel. I do care about your feelings but I am more curious about your entire experience and how we can increase your awareness so that you can make helpful and inspired choices. As you can imagine I help people deal with any issue you can possibly think of- from depression to life transitions to the loss of a loved one or trauma.
(510) 585-9164
San Francisco, California 94103
Dennis Di Donato, Marriage & Family Therapist  in San Francisco
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT
“"We are what we think. All that we are arises with our thoughts, with our thoughts we make the world." THE DHAMMAPADA These words inspire me as I work to bridge Eastern and Western thought in the delivery of psychotherapy, using contemporary approaches based in Mindfulness Based Cognitive Therapy, Emotional Intelligence and Humanistic Existentialism. I collaborate with my clients to assist them in overcoming depression, anxiety, anger, loneliness,fear and doubt; feelings that prevent us from living our lives fully. My work aims at helping people learn how to use their emotions intelligently rather than being overwhelmed by them.
(650) 200-0609
San Francisco, California 94103
Normandy Daniels, Marriage & Family Therapist Intern  in San Francisco
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist Intern, MA, MFTi
“Most often, the ways we are unhappy in our lives have to do with the parts of ourselves we don't like. I can gently but efficiently help you uncover the parts of yourself that are stuck or that you have difficulty expressing, and create the conditions for a natural healing process to occur. I work well with clients that are motivated to explore their inner worlds, are willing to discover new things about themselves, and like the adventure of growth and change.
(415) 868-4845
San Francisco, California 94103
Jerri Lee Young, Marriage & Family Therapist  in San Francisco
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT
“If you need help with relationship issues, childhood trauma, depression, anxiety, or addiction; if you are looking for your lost voice, or a more meaningful life--I think I can help.
(510) 240-5903 x27
San Francisco, California 94103
The Well Clinic, Marriage & Family Therapist  in San Francisco
“Therapy can be an occasion of self-discovery, self-actualization and physical, mental and spiritual healing. It offers you the opportunity to work with someone trained to assist you in: recognizing issues, uncertainties, emotions and perceptions that hold you back, gaining awareness and insight so you can feel more confident and becoming the healthier, vital person you want to be. My goal is to work collaboratively with you to improve the quality of your life and find fulfillment.
(415) 682-6447
San Francisco, California 94103
Therese Noel Allen, Marriage & Family Therapist  in San Francisco
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MFT, MA
“While I do offer talk therapy, I also blend psychotherapy, expressive arts therapy and somatic bodywork. Expressive arts therapy can look like anything from me having you choose images (rather than using words) to describe your experience, to drama therapy techniques by which I facilitate you having a conversation with a "part" of yourself that continues a frustrating habit. Somatic work can involve standing practices that reflect back what your body (you) are doing, as opposed to what you think you are doing. It can also mean me doing hands-on Strozzi bodywork with you.
(415) 413-4284
San Francisco, California 94103
The Well Clinic, Marriage & Family Therapist  in San Francisco
“My approach to my work with clients is primarily rooted in the psychoanalytic tradition and attachment theory. This means that I work with the present-moment experience and the relationship between therapist and client to understand how you experience yourself in the world and to help shift your relationships to yourself and others. In my work with couples and families I help my clients understand the patterns in their relationships that interfere with loving connection, and help them move toward greater intimacy with themselves and with each other.
(415) 813-3352
San Francisco, California 94103
Joshua Cross, Marriage & Family Therapist  in San Francisco
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, MFT
“Do you know what you want? Do you want to be free? Happy? Relaxed in your body? Content? Passionate and sexy? Courageous in the face of fear? More connected to your partner or to the Divine? How do you get in the way of living the life you want? Do you constantly judge yourself? Noticing all the ways you "fail" to live up to way you "should" be. Or do you tend to direct that criticism outwards? Blaming others, feeling envy, or always waiting for external circumstances to line up just right so you can finally live how you want.
(415) 968-5393
San Francisco, California 94103
Amy Diner, Psychologist  in San Francisco
“Therapy is a highly transformative and fascinating process. It has the power to heal, enliven, and repair. I enthusiastically invite you to begin this process with me. My warm, engaging, curious, and playful approach can help you feel like your personal experience and unique point of view is consistently appreciated. From this place, you may begin to feel more empowered and liberated in your life. I am a doctor with over 11 years of professional experience treating adults, couples, and adolescents.
(415) 799-9491
San Francisco, California 94103
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