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Therapists in San Francisco

Joe Zarate-Sanderlin, Marriage & Family Therapist  in San Francisco
“Do you need help with relational issues, and have you found therapists to lack understanding or to have judgement about your lifestyle? I welcome artists; Burning Man attendees; people in the BDSM and Open Relationship communities; gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender clients; and individuals, couples, and other relationship groupings. I am BDSM and open relationship knowledgeable. I have completed Level 1 Gottman Method training as well as Level 1 Internal Family Systems training.
(415) 539-0171
San Francisco, California 94117
“Dr. Katya Cornejo is a Licensed Clinical Psychologist with over ten years of experience providing care for women, men and children in the greater Bay Area. Her primary area of expertise is in psychological and neuropsychological assessment, through which she has provided holistic treatment in a warm, non-judgmental environment. Dr. Cornejo's patients come from a diverse range of backgrounds, varying in age, cultural, and socioeconomic background.
(415) 805-9942
San Francisco, California 94115
Rhonda Felzmann, Marriage & Family Therapist  in San Francisco
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MFT
“Sometimes life presents challenges that are too difficult to manage on one's own and therapy can be an excellent choice to address those obstacles. Therapy provides a conversation that is not available in any other relationship. I invite people to explore and clarify what they want and together we identify the barriers and create attainable goals. We will work together to understand what really matters to you. My treatment style is warm, direct, humorous and deeply respectful While each individual client requires something unique to them, in general, I offer practical solutions while also using an insight-orientated approach.
(415) 689-1019
San Francisco, California 94131
Rachel Gibbs, Marriage & Family Therapist Intern  in San Francisco
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist Intern, MA, MFTI
“My focus is relationship/couples and sex therapy. Today, you are one step closer to living the life that you want to live. I am dedicated to helping people form healthy, productive, satisfying lives and relationships. I understand that it may be difficult for some to make a decision about seeking professional help from a therapist. Sometimes, we try as hard as we can to get through a rough time - whether it is relationship troubles, sexual troubles, family issues, depression, addiction, anxiety, problems at work - but eventually we find that we just cannot cope alone.
(650) 409-2801
San Francisco, California 94114
Elizabeth Gayner, Psychologist  in San Francisco
“I am a psychologist with 20 years experience helping individuals and couples achieve improved mental health and healthy relationships. I work collaboratively with clients to help resolve issues with anxiety, depression, life transitions, addiction, loss, spirituality, trauma, and relationship difficulties, as well as concerns regarding infertility, miscarriage, pregnancy, postpartum, and early parenthood. Strengthening communication skills, clarifying boundaries, identifying feelings, and working through issues of faith are areas in which I may be particularly helpful. In my practice, I enjoy working with both men and women.
(415) 723-4161
San Francisco, California 94107
Hannah Green, Marriage & Family Therapist Intern  in San Francisco
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist Intern, MFTI
“Welcome! I am excited and pleased that you are considering psychotherapy. I work with a diverse group of individuals, couples and families. As your therapist I will share my heart, experience, training and expertise with you in a way that is warm and engaging. I will use proven techniques to help you reduce your anxiety, aleviate your depression and make your relationships better. I work with a compassionate approach to therapy that is both patient and persistent and am deeply passionate about my work. Call today for a free 15 minute phone consultation and let's get started!
(415) 578-5639
San Francisco, California 94110
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
Michelle Sokoloff, Psychologist  in San Francisco
“Ask yourself the following questions. Do you find yourself feeling sad and don't know why? Do you struggle with anxiety and worry a lot? Do you know how to set appropriate boundaries where the situation warrants it? Do you find it difficult to identify how you are feeling in the moment? Do you find it hard to have sustaining interpersonal relationships? If you answered yes to the following questions I can help you. Feel free to give me a call and I will assess with you if I am the appropriate therapist given the nature of your concern.
(510) 878-4926
San Francisco, California 94104
Michelle Sicula  in San Francisco
“If you are coping with anxiety, sadness, relationship conflict, stress, or parenting challenges I help you manage difficult feelings and reduce your suffering. If you and your partner can't talk without arguing, have lost trust, or lost the spark and want to connect we'll identify what's keeping you from being close and develop the secure connection you want. If you are having trouble getting pregnant or needing help from outside parties to create your family we'll work through any difficult feelings and explore your options for family building so you can make decisions that build your family and fit your values.
(510) 808-6977
San Francisco, California 94102
Shelley F Diamond, Psychologist  in San Francisco
“Intense anxiety can make you feel like you're on the verge of a nervous breakdown. I can help you understand why you feel the way you do and help you feel better over time as I get to know you. I respect your intelligence and your ability to learn and grow out of the difficult situations in which you are stuck.
(415) 935-3992
San Francisco, California 94122
Derron Santin, Marriage & Family Therapist  in San Francisco
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MFT, MS, MA
“Everyone deserves to move freely in life, without the burden of past pain or trauma. Psychotherapy can help us resolve inner conflict. It can release us from struggles that keep us guarded, so we can live more freely, more consciously, and make better choices. When we are aware of what choices are best for us, we take better care of ourselves. We become aware of our natural gifts. We no longer need try to become something other than who we are. We live with more spontaneity, & let love in: we are enough. When this happens, we are no longer alone.
(415) 336-3986
San Francisco, California 94115
Bruce Weitzman, Marriage & Family Therapist  in San Francisco
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MFT
“Many of my clients are successful professionals who are beginning to question whether they are on the right path. Some are searching for a more creative or spiritual way of life. Others crave relationships of greater substance. Still others seek clarity of purpose. Most feel limited by notions of what they have to be or do for the sake of others. You may have something in common with these people.
(415) 294-5083
San Francisco, California 94102
Pearl McGee-Vincent, Psychologist  in San Francisco
“In today's fast-paced world, it is hard to avoid the pressures associated with balancing work, life, and relationships. When a crisis occurs, (such as an unexpected loss, health issue, or trauma) many people find that they do not have the resources to cope. Whether you want to deal more effectively with stress, build better relationships, or are facing a major life decision or crisis, my job is to help you develop the tools you need to get on track towards the direction you want to go in your personal and professional life.
(415) 237-2543
San Francisco, California 94104
Michael Murphy-Loeffler, Marriage & Family Therapist  in San Francisco
“Diagnosis broken into "Dia" and "Gnosis" means literally to know across. Quick treatments may address a symptom only to quickly return. This may explain why some of the efforts you've made to change are short lived. Perhaps based upon an incomplete or haphazardly constructed map? If you want to know your self deeply and learn to live your life by trusting your self and your process I can support you. It's okay if you have no idea where to begin. Your first step may be unsure and the ground may be loose but we can work with it.
(415) 937-0309
San Francisco, California 94102
Phil Boissiere, Marriage & Family Therapist  in San Francisco
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MFT
“I work best with clients that are motivated for change. I specialize in the treatment of adult ADHD/ADD, Couples/Marriages, and families in a very goal oriented and short term way. I believe therapy should be a useful learning and growing experience that provides clients with real life tools and skills they can use for a life time.
(415) 799-4464
San Francisco, California 94123
Amy Bunn, Marriage & Family Therapist  in San Francisco
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, MFT
“Searching for a therapist can be a daunting process. Especially if you’re not inclined to ask others for help in the first place. Maybe you’re used to muscling through things on your own. Maybe you think you should be stronger, or be able to solve your own problems. As you start to consider therapy, how do you know who you’re going to click with? How do you trust that it’s even worth the effort? What will it be like to talk, and have someone truly listen?
(415) 237-4256
San Francisco, California 94127
Eboniña Evans, Marriage & Family Therapist Intern  in San Francisco
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist Intern, MFTI
“Together, we can create an environment in which you can move forward and use our therapeutic relationship to gain a greater self-understanding. You have the ability to become what you are truly & fully capable of becoming. I am available to you, as an instrument of change, while providing nonjudgmental listening, acceptance, and an empathetic understanding. I gravitate towards shaping the therapy in a way that will best aid you in reaching your goals. Together we will determine the best treatment style that best suits your needs.
(415) 413-0285
San Francisco, California 94118
Patricia F Ross, Marriage & Family Therapist  in San Francisco
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MFT
“The therapeutic process can be one of the most powerful tools for personal growth and change that has become available to us in recent years. Although often what brings one into seeking therapy is crisis or pain, the sense of self-discovery in a safe environment can be a rewarding and even transformational endeavor after the crisis or cause of pain is resolved. I consider therapy a collaboration, an uncovering of the unconscious motivations that keep us from being who we truly are and achieving our desired goals.
(415) 702-0932
San Francisco, California 94123
Murray D Levine, Psychologist  in San Francisco
“I see my clients as individuals with challenges and I shape my therapy to address their specific needs by integrating a variety of proven and validated Eastern and Western traditions. My current clients' needs are with anxiety, depression, stress, and relationship, sexual and sexual identity issues. I work with individuals, couples, and families who represent both traditional and alternative lifestyles. I have extensive experience assisting people with serious medical illness and working collaboratively with their medical specialists, psychiatrists and social workers.
(415) 578-7682
San Francisco, California 94105
Deborah Brenner-Liss, Psychologist  in San Francisco
“I am the director of the Association of Professionals Treating Eating Disorders. I do take insurance in my own private practice, but the clinicians at the clinic cannot take insurance. However, they do have sliding scales for therapy. We host several groups and will be adding more groups in the fall. If you are needing an eating disorders specialist who does take insurance, we can also refer you to someone in our larger organization. You can also look on-line, To call me directly: 415-771-3068; to schedule an intake at the clinic: 415-931-6090.
(415) 771-3068
San Francisco, California 94115
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