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Therapists in Berkeley

Leora Benioff, Psychologist  in Berkeley
“Life is harder than many people are led to believe. I provide individually tailored psychodynamic psychotherapy that helps with the issues that can make life so challenging: depression, anxiety, self-criticism, as well as relationship, family, parenting and work problems. It is often difficult to ask for help with emotional issues, yet these are truly situations in which an outside perspective and and supportive ally are essential for change. I work with people in a warm, thoughtful, attentive and clarifying way that helps open up new and more satisfying ways of living.
(415) 801-3513
Berkeley, California 94705
“I am a board certified adult psychiatrist and see patients for therapy with or without medication. My focus is in Depression, Anxiety, and OCD. However, what I emphasize in sessions is not the general diagnosis but the particularity, uniqueness, and subjectivity of a patient. I strive to create a space in which the patient's subjectivity emerges. Then to explore and work through what emerges in this process guides me. My hope is that a patient becomes more aware of themselves, their issues, and through this process achieve a sense of satisfaction and joy.
(510) 878-3582
Berkeley, California 94705
Zoé Newman, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Berkeley
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MFT
“I offer a compassionate, safe space in which you can begin to change negative patterns, heal early wounds, learn to support yourself with self-acceptance, and open to new possibilities.
(510) 878-3053
Berkeley, California 94709
Sheridan Adams, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Berkeley
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MS, LMFT
“It can be so tempting to deny or fight against parts of ourselves we don't like. But this rarely works. More helpful is learning how to relate to these parts with curiosity and compassion so they no longer hold us back from the changes we want to make. One of my jobs as a therapist is to help guide you through this discovery process using a variety of methods tailored to suit your particular needs.
(510) 254-6216
Berkeley, California 94704
Renée Hutchison, Psychologist  in Berkeley
“My work is based on a positive theoretical orientation which assumes that all individuals possess an innate desire for emotional/mental health. A person enters therapy with a strong wish, whether conscious or unconscious, to overcome obstacles and free themselves from constraints that are holding them back. I find that each individual needs a slightly different approach in order to accomplish these goals, so I make adjustments in technique for each specific case. I truly enjoy the experience of guiding my clients through this process and consider it a privilege to play such an important role in a person's life.
(510) 240-5996
Berkeley, California 94705
Sarah Cohen, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Berkeley
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist
“I am a licensed clinical social worker with more than 20 years of experience. I specialize in working with individuals and families using a strength-based, solution oriented approach. I am trained both psycho-dynamically and in family systems work. I have extensive experience working with children, adults, couples and families facing school issues, behavioral issues, grief and loss, trauma, life transitions, separation and step-parenting and family of origin issues. I will work with you to set achievable goals in therapy in order to promote positive individual and/or family change. I work with adults, children, couples and families.
(510) 878-3606
Berkeley, California 94705
Janet M Latoures, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Berkeley
“As we go through life, we all develop particular patterns for dealing with challenges. Though some of these patterns are helpful, others actually get in the way of reaching our goals. Sometimes we're not even aware that what we're doing may be sabotaging our happiness and success. In therapy, I will give you direct feedback which will illuminate these problematic patterns. This will help you understand how to overcome obstacles, and find deeper satisfaction in your life. As a therapist with over 20 years experience, I have helped many people work through depression and anxiety and move towards success.
(510) 986-4313
Berkeley, California 94707
David Vandevert, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Berkeley
“Are you in emotional pain? Feeling anxious or depressed? Were you were abused as a child or had alcoholic/ drug addicted caretakers? I help solve difficult problems!
(510) 730-3364
Berkeley, California 94707
Sharon Wells, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Berkeley
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, MFT
“Many people come to see me because they realize they are living the life they never planned on. They are often in a lot of emotional pain and may be feeling depressed, anxious or both. They find they are repeating the same patterns over and over again even though they said "This time it will be different." They feel stuck and helpless to make change on their own. I help people by looking more deeply at these patterns to try to understand what they might be telling us so that a choice can be made to do things differently.
(510) 584-9434
Berkeley, California 94705
Shadow Love Therapy, Marriage & Family Therapist Intern  in Berkeley
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist Intern
“Welcome to my queer-centered, psychodynamic-existential therapy practice in North Berkeley! Shadow Love Therapy is for LGBTQ adults, couples, groups & allies. This longer-term therapy type can help you make sense of your existence and purpose in the world. My areas of focus include mood disorders, HIV/AIDS, substance abuse/dependence (harm reduction or abstinence-based), trans* spectrum/ gender transitions, polyamory issues, depression & existential concerns. I'm a senior PhD student at Saybrook University and have been practicing psychotherapy since 2007. I am poly-aware, bdsm/kink-aware, feminist and body-positive.
(510) 328-4201
Berkeley, California 94709
Jennifer Sterling, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Berkeley
“I work with women, men, and couples (gay and straight) wishing to explore more satisfying ways of living. In our work together, I can help you clarify the underlying patterns of thinking and feeling that are creating obstacles to healthy relationships and keeping you from living more fully in the present. I emphasize listening and responding in ways that are carefully attuned to your needs and are attentive to the larger social context in which you are living. The therapeutic relationship provides an experience of respect and mutual engagement that is central to this process of exploration and change.
(510) 845-9101
Berkeley, California 94705
George Kitahara Kich, Psychologist  in Berkeley
“I work with individuals, couples and families who are experiencing stress and life transitions. I use a relational, systems and insight-oriented approach to help my clients become more of whom they aspire to be.
(510) 466-1119
Berkeley, California 94703
Sparlha Swaby, Marriage & Family Therapist Intern  in Berkeley
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist Intern
“I specialize in working with trauma and grieving, racial and sexual identity, immigration, inner critic and low self-esteem, spirituality and the search for meaning. In my understanding, what causes healing and transformation is the strength, depth, and authenticity of the therapeutic relationship. My style is warm, dynamic, and present; energizing, mindful, and attuned.
(510) 250-3584
Berkeley, California 94703
Beth E Remington, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Berkeley
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, MFT
“Sometimes life feels too challenging and we need support to help sift through what is slowing us down from achieving a full, meaningful life. I will offer you a respectful, safe, collaborative environment in which to explore and move through difficult emotions, behaviors and reactions. My goal is to nurture you in rekindling your spirit, offering you the support you need in creating a life that matters to you.
(510) 400-8078
Berkeley, California 94709
Jim Becker, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Berkeley
Verified by Psychology Today
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
Randy Valerie Specterman, Psychologist  in Berkeley
“I have been a practicing Psychologist for over 15 years working with individuals, couples and families including adolescents and children. My theoretical orientation is informed by Psychodynamic, CBT, Transpersonal, and Mindfulness-Based orientations and I am a qualified EMDR practitioner. Most importantly I seek to offer a safe, open and welcoming space for you to meet and explore your sense of self, your life experience and the challenges you may be facing at this time. I have found this to be the basis for discovering your own capacity to make meaningful change and growth in your life.
(607) 218-5499
Berkeley, California 94709
Jane Reynolds, Psychologist  in Berkeley
“I am a psychologist and a certified Jungian analyst. I have been in private practice for over thirty-five years. I have considered it a great privilege to work with many different people, from individuals coping with the uncertainties and ambiguities that accompany life transitions, to others who suffer from a range of painful symptoms and conditions such as anxiety, depression, grief, addictions, trauma, divorce, identity issues, spiritual crisis, mood disorders and major psychiatric disorders. I primarily work with adults of all ages, including couples. I offer Jungian analysis as well as culturally competent and emotionally related psychotherapy.
(510) 343-5397
Berkeley, California 94707
Sheila Addison, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Berkeley
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, PhD, LMFT
“Building relationships to last a lifetime! I work with * Individuals from all walks of life * Couples of all kinds - married, co-habitating, dating, divorced * Families of all sorts * Gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender people and their partners and families * People who are part of the kink community, or who participate in BDSM in their personal lives * People in open, non-monogamous, polyamorous, or other non-traditional relationships * Cross-cultural couples and families * Genderqueer folks * Current or former workers in the sex industry * People with body image and self-acceptance issues * People with all kinds of mental and physical health problems
(510) 403-1458
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
Sophie Soltani, Psychologist  in Berkeley
“I strongly believes in an individual's ability to change and improve the quality of his or her life. I view my role as a catalyst for transformation and work to create a safe collaborative environment of mutual trust, where any issue can be discussed and explored in depth.
(510) 431-2835
Berkeley, California 94704
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