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Therapists in Oakland

“Are you looking for a therapist who actively engages in sessions, provides support, empathy, guidance, and teaches skills to assist you in improving your life? As your therapist, I will provide you with a safe, non-judgmental and compassionate setting in which you can express your concerns, and together we will come up with a plan of action to achieve your desired results. In sessions I will help you to have the opportunity to engage in self-assessment and skill building activities and can bring about rapid and lasting changes.
(510) 531-8170
Oakland, California 94619
Claudius Johnson, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Oakland
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, SAP
“Congratulations, you found a compassionate and affirming therapist. As you're reading this I understand it maybe with some degree of ambivalence. To that end, my immediate goal is to connect and reflect with you in ways that are safe, respectful and trusting. Only then can we have a meaningful, therapeutic-relationship that's open to collaboration, exploration and revelation. This is where we "Make the road as we walk it", and I champion your journey, where ever it leads. I value the creative and growth potential of every human being. How can I best support you?
(510) 306-1799
Oakland, California 94609
Steve Sandoval Martinez, Psychologist  in Oakland
“1.) Infant, toddler, child, family diagnostic and treatment services. 2. Diagnoses and treatments for pain/trauma including brain injury and post concussion syndrome. 3) Cognitive Behavioral treatment for Anxiety Disorders, Depression and Bipolar Disorders. 4. Medical Psychology 5.FORENSIC SERVICES: Personal Injury, Criminal Defense, Mental Capacity and Child/Family matters, BILINGUAL (Spanish/English) services.
(505) 404-6557
Oakland, California 94611
Katie Burrill, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Oakland
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, MFT
“How tedious is the process of finding a therapist anyway? And how do you know if one therapist is a better fit for you than another? The ďrealĒ answer is you donít and the only way to find out is to pick one. Iím the one to pick if you are looking for someone who is genuine and accessible. I use a relational and client-centered approach to my work and consider my clients to be the experts of their own experiences. We work together to gain insights, alleviate the hurt or destructive patterns, and improve personal relationships.
(510) 629-6938
Oakland, California 94610
Dan Quinn, Psychologist  in Oakland
“If you feel hopeless or unsupported, or you feel depressed or anxious...or if your husband or wife or partner isn't willing to talk about problems; there's professional, supportive, empathic, and good-humored help available. I'm a psychologist, researcher, and clinical supervisor and professor at The Wright Institute who helps adults and teens facing difficulties and dilemmas, and couples with low to high conflict, including infidelity, who may want to save--or simply improve--their relationship.
(510) 408-6852
Oakland, California 94602
Lisa A Kully, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Oakland
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, MFT
“Your whole self is welcome! Are you craving a place to be supported and guided safely toward positive change, without judgment or pressure? A space in which you can feel more ease and connection as an individual or couple? Perhaps you have lost touch with your healthiest, confident self due to anxiety, depression, stuckness, relationship dissatisfaction, stress, or personal and societal trauma. As a couple, your relationship may feel dead or fraught with conflict. I bring sincere caring, presence, warmth, humor and intellect, as well as a range of skills and tools to this collaborative, sacred journey of psychotherapy.
(510) 601-7980
Oakland, California 94618
Alison McKleroy, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Oakland
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
“I know it concerns you when your child is struggling. It's not easy raising children these days. Your child is everything to you. Great parents want many things for their children, including to be happy, feel good about themselves and grow up into healthy people. It's hard to know what is "normal growing up" and when it's time to worry about your child.
(415) 237-2247
Oakland, California 94618
Kimberly M Gabellini, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Oakland
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, RN, MFT
“Good therapy is a positive and very enriching experience. I meet you right where you are in the present with what is happening right now, guiding you in how to explore your experience so that you get new information and expanded self awareness. Discover the person you were meant to be. Get the support you've been longing for. Find the peace, satisfaction and fulfillment that lives inside you.
(510) 239-5668
Oakland, California 94609
Lynn S Tracy, Psychologist  in Oakland
“Are you looking to transform your life? Are you tired of being caught in self-destructive patterns? Are you hoping for real change? If so, I am interested in collaborating with you to create the life you want. I am dedicated to helping you achieve your therapeutic goals quickly and fully. In my practice, I see people accomplish profound change on a daily basis. My style is straightforward coupled with compassion. In individual or couples therapy, I work diligently to help you overcome barriers to contentment in intimacy, relationships, work and family life.
(510) 985-4939
Oakland, California 94618
Morgan Lloyd, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Oakland
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“People often think about entering therapy because they are ready to make a change. This change could be related to how you are feeling, ways you relate to others, or accomplishing a specific task. Making change can feel both exciting and daunting. Through therapy, I can help you get the results you want.
(510) 768-8057
Oakland, California 94612
“Susan Vanderburgh, M.S., M.Div., has been licensed as an MFT and certified as a Pastoral Counselor since 1990. Susan has a mature, feminist, holistic perspective and a gentle, respectful, collaborative manner. Primary areas of expertise include: anxiety/stress-management, adult transition/change, grief/loss, women's issues, parenting/family issues, spirituality, health/illness in families, LGBT issues and ACA/Codependence issues. She counsels individuals/couples/families in her private practice in North Oakland and supervises counselor-trainees for JFKU's Holistic Counseling Center.
(510) 652-7242
Oakland, California 94611
Eileen Heo, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Oakland
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I am skilled in treating clients with the following problems: work stress; depression and anxiety; post traumatic stress syndrome; domestic violence, physical, emotional and sexual abuse; issues of acculturation and inter-generational conflict; relationship and women's health; as well as aging, losses and bereavement.
(510) 860-4216
Oakland, California 94609
Jennifer Howard, Psychologist  in Oakland
“My approach is grounded in Cognitive-Behavioral and Attachment Theories. I also incorporate the practices of Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction and ACT. I aspire to meet the client where he or she is, and help each individual to work on his or her expressed goals. I enjoy taking this journey with clients to navigate some of their most difficult and challenging moments in life, to help prevent troubled kids or young adults from more serious trouble, and to help all clients who seek my support turn their life's biggest challenges into opportunities for growth and lasting change.
(510) 878-6002
Oakland, California 94611
Deborah Rochelle-Williams, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Oakland
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“I truly feel very fortunate when chosen to work with your important life concerns. My philosophy is to work with your strengths. We identify strategies that can improve the way you manage and cope with your situation and build skills that best enhance your growth and positive self care. As a experienced counselor and psychotherapist, I am well skilled in inspiring hope and self-affirmation along with providing a supportive work environment. In our work together, you can gain more serenity,balance and well-being in your life. Adults of all ages are welcome and I enjoy working with culturally diverse individuals,adult families, couples.
(510) 292-4060
Oakland, California 94610
J Brandon McMillan M.A, Marriage & Family Therapist Intern  in Oakland
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist Intern, IMF
“Over the course of life, people develop coping skills to deal with all kinds of emotional challenges. However, sometimes, individuals encounter situations for which they have no preparation or find the usually adequate coping skills are overwhelmed by the enormity of particular problem/problems. There may be patterns or behaviors that one feels stuck in or fated to repeat over-and-over. (Do you feel "stuck" but you cannot figure out how to release yourself?) In those instances a solution focused, warm, steady, and skillful therapist can assist individuals to understand the root causes of those distressing patterns.
(510) 433-0244
Oakland, California 94609
Miranda York, Marriage & Family Therapist Intern  in Oakland
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist Intern, MFTI
“I've witnessed the healing power of the therapeutic relationship to transform feelings of unloveability and shame into feeling lovable and finding satisfying relationship, and to shift overwhelming feelings into freedom and clarity. I work with couples, individuals, families, and children. I welcome everyone who wants to work with me, and especially welcome those who may not have felt comfortable in therapy before, possibly due to existing outside of the norm including: queer and trans* folk, teenagers labeled as having "problem" behaviors, people of size, sex workers, polyamorous arrangements etc.
(415) 360-2733
Oakland, California 94609
Melvin L. Escobar, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Oakland
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, RYT
“With 20 years experience providing direct social services, I understand that being of service to others is an enormous privilege as well as a responsibility. I strive to provide a safe-enough space for my clients to feel both nurtured and challenged in finding their own internal source of wisdom and healing. I identify as a gay cisgender man of color and second-generation Salvadoran-Iranian. I am bilingual Spanish-speaking. I help teach my clients the crucial role compassion (for both self and others) can play in healing personal and interpersonal wounds.
(510) 592-6955
Oakland, California 94609
Annie Chen, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Oakland
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT
“With me you will have a knowledgeable companion and fierce ally for all the parts of you that come out in therapy. I help you access deeper parts of yourself and offer friendly guidance when appropriate. Through listening deeply and without judgment to your intentions and dreams, I can offer specific ways for you to investigate with awareness, discover your own wisdom, and integrate new insights into your everyday life. When we uncover limiting beliefs I'll help you negotiate them to serve you better.
(510) 356-0822
Oakland, California 94609
Elise Geltman, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Oakland
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“My clients are often facing life transitions, relationship struggles, family conflict, parenting issues, grief, or a loss of purpose or meaning. For some, such experiences have led to additional lasting struggles with depression or anxiety, and we work directly with these symptoms. I have specialization in supporting individuals in crisis and trauma survivors. It is truly an honor to support people in their times of challenge and to be a part of their becoming. My client's discover self-knowledge and clarity, experience courage and resilience, restore balance, and develop skills that improve their lives.
(510) 239-3443
Oakland, California 94611
Jay Joseph, Psychologist  in Oakland
“I enjoy being a psychotherapist because it provides me the opportunity to help people resolve the issues that are causing them distress. I work with adults, children, and families, and understand that each person is a unique individual with his or her unique life circumstances, history, and social and cultural context. A goal of our work together will be to help you identify and understand the conflicts that may be causing you difficulty, and to help you overcome them. Or perhaps negative thinking patterns cause you to experience sadness, loneliness, hopelessness, fear, or other unwanted emotions.
(510) 295-5490
Oakland, California 94618
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