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Therapists in San Francisco

Laurie Chandler, Marriage & Family Therapist Intern  in San Francisco
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist Intern, MA
“I help people who are seeking well-being, meaning and vitality attune to their authentic selves and get past obstacles holding them back. My clients find it valuable and helpful to share experiences they would rather not tell friends. Depression, anxiety, and relationship issues cry out that something is amiss at a deep level. We can find deeper healing by exploring imagination, body sensations, dreams, images, and sandplay work. Sometimes a head-based, rational approach doesn't work. In the safe, confidential space of therapy, feelings of anger, sadness, guilt and shame are viewed without judgment.
(415) 463-4578
San Francisco, California 94114
Nandi A Hetenyi, Psychological Associate  in San Francisco
“Are you experiencing relationships as a source of pain, struggle or confusion in your life? Do you find yourself repeating frustrating patterns or feeling lost about navigating the terrain of relationships? You are wired to be in relationship, to be social, a source of tremendous love and joy. However, relationships are also where you experience your deepest wounding, which can only be healed through relationship. Psychotherapy provides an invaluable container for examining, understanding and healing this wounding.
(415) 504-3428
San Francisco, California 94102
Marty Mulkey, Marriage & Family Therapist  in San Francisco
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT
“People come to psychotherapy for a variety of reasons. Making our way in this world demands so much self-reliance and yet we are given very little opportunity to get to know ourselves well. We keep our fears and uncertainty about whether we have what it takes to survive our struggles very close to our chests. This is such a fragile place to live. Ignoring our emotions and "soldiering on" creates a life of isolation and confusion. This may manifest as depression, anxiety, or uncertainty about how to wish, desire, and create a life worth living.
(415) 801-3365
San Francisco, California 94114
Constance Burton, Psychologist  in San Francisco
“If you are struggling with depression, relationship conflict (at home or at work), or trauma (past or present), I would like to help you. Therapy with me focuses on understanding the causes of emotional distress, developing strategies to resolve conflicts with others, and working on skills to reduce psychological discomfort so that your life becomes richer and fuller. I tailor the type of therapy provided to suit your needs. Our work generally involves developing the psychological skills necessary to diminish symptoms of depression, relieve stress created by relationship conflict, and/or resolve complex issues related to coping with trauma.
(650) 465-5527
San Francisco, California 94114
Michael J Smith, Psychologist  in San Francisco
“Thank you for taking a moment to view my profile. I provide an authentic, caring and safe environment that allows for clients to access their own internal resources to do the all-important work of therapy. Evening and Saturday availability.
(415) 237-0633
San Francisco, California 94114
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
Psychological Services Center @ CIIS, Counselor  in San Francisco
“Are you experiencing a life transition, job change, or relationship break up? Perhaps you are feeling lonely or disconnected from the world around you. Having a professional to talk to during such times can be a great relief.
(415) 237-2520
San Francisco, California 94102
Dr. Cheryl Parker, Psychologist  in San Francisco
“Are you struggling with depression, anxiety, or a lack of meaning and sense of direction? Are there things about yourself, or that you have experienced, that you want to better understand and accept? If you seek greater self-awareness, and are ready to commit yourself to a process that results in lasting change, then depth psychotherapy -- integrating body, mind, and spirit -- is right for you.
(415) 812-4156
San Francisco, California 94102
Carla L Durkin, Marriage & Family Therapist  in San Francisco
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MS, LMFT
“Over 17 years practicing has affirmed my belief that most of the emotional wounding and on-going pain, difficulties, confusion and “stuckness” plaguing individuals, and the relational problems of couples can move and improve significantly in psychotherapy with a warm, intelligent, highly attuned, interactive, and skilled psychotherapist. I work hard at creating a safe, reliable and connected therapeutic relationship, in which the client feels comfortable, seen, understood and accepted for who they are, communicated with honestly and directly, and free to drive the focus, pace and intensity as feels right to them.
(650) 605-3981
San Francisco, California 94114
Niki Berkowitz, Marriage & Family Therapist  in San Francisco
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, MFT
“Greetings! Thank you for taking the time to consider my services. You are taking the first courageous step to explore the challenges that impede your growth and start making the changes you want to see in your life. As, human beings, we are relational. The therapeutic relationship is crucial; it is important to feel safe and comfortable with your therapist. As I therapist, I strive to meet you where you are at. I am easy going, non-judgmental, supportive and committed. I strive to assist my clients to become their greatest self-advocate while finding the strength, joy and satisfaction they seek.
(415) 418-7428
San Francisco, California 94114
Dara Hayden, Psychologist  in San Francisco
“Therapy can offer you the chance to increase your sense of personal satisfaction, improve your relationships and resolve specific concerns. Whether you are struggling with a new challenge, or dealing with longer term stress and imbalance, I look forward to speaking with you. I offer a collaborative, compassionate, depth-oriented therapeutic style informed by current research in a confidential private practice setting. I invite you to contact me with any questions you may have or to schedule an initial consultation appointment.
(510) 454-8070
San Francisco, California 94102
Nina Anderson, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in San Francisco
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“As a Licensed Clinical Social worker with over fifteen years of experience, I have designed a practice that recognizes and supports alternative paths to family. Because I believe each journey is unique, I respect what you have experienced and will help you discover and reach your goals. This mindful approach allows me to bring an open mind and heart to each situation. I offer counseling, education and consultation services in the area of infertility, adoption, and family building options. I also provide counseling to expectant parents, birth parents and adoptees.
(415) 871-7902
San Francisco, California 94127
Arin Bass, Marriage & Family Therapist  in San Francisco
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, MFT
“Arin is a graduate of the American School of Professional Psychology in the San Francisco Bay Area, with an intern registration as a Marriage and Family Therapist. In 2004, Arin joined the Institute for Juvenile Research, University of Illinois at Chicago where she co-authored studies exploring the relationship between mentoring and at-risk youth, and youth and psychopharmacology. She is currently a private practice psychotherapist in San Francisco. Arin provides psychotherapy to adolescents, adults, couples and families from demographically, educationally, and culturally diverse backgrounds. She has practiced in treatment settings, private practice and using Equine Facilitated Psychotherapy (EFP).
(216) 285-9618
San Francisco, California 94123
K. Whitney Smith, MD, Psychiatrist  in San Francisco
“My approach is warm, responsive and practical. My technique is based in psycho-dynamic theory and incorporates elements of mindfulness and cognitive behavioral therapy. My use of medications is thoughtful and aims to treat symptoms while minimizing side effects. People meet with me for a multitude of reasons; at times anxiety, depression, transitions in life or interpersonal relationships can begin to feel overwhelming. I provide therapy and, if appropriate, medications to assist individuals during these periods.
(415) 275-8280
San Francisco, California 94115
Carol Mills, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in San Francisco
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Have you been struggling with feelings of anxiety or loss or sadness? Do you have questions and concerns about relationships with a spouse or a partner or a child? Are you recovering from substance abuse? Psychotherapy can offer a path to change and personal growth. We will engage in a conversation that will be shaped by you and your own unique goals and hopes for the future. I will be your ally, supporting your self-discovery and healing, looking for what is going right in your life and encouraging experimentation toward something new.
(415) 635-0417
San Francisco, California 94114
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MS, MFT
“I am a psychotherapist with 25 years experience. Over that time I have helped clients overcome struggles with depression, anxiety, issues with sexual/physical abuse, relationship issues, work and stress difficulties.
(415) 675-1622
San Francisco, California 94121
Ali Howard, Marriage & Family Therapist  in San Francisco
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA
“Beginning therapy is not easy. Examining one's difficulties requires courage and resolve. Feelings of reluctance and apprehension are common and understandable. But, therapy is a long-term investment in yourself and in your desire to live a fuller, more satisfying life. I work with clients struggling with sadness, depression, anxiety, loss, anger, grief, loneliness, and isolation. Other areas of specialty in my practice include relationship and communication issues, early childhood and adult trauma, domestic abuse, life transitions, including employment transitions, parental and sibling relationships, eating and body image concerns, and self-awareness and self-care.
(415) 894-9921
San Francisco, California 94102
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
Robin Eve Greenberg MFT, Marriage & Family Therapist  in San Francisco
“I feel honored to provide an environment where the inner life can emerge. People seek therapy at a vulnerable time in their lives. I offer a warmly related environment where suffering can be approached gently, and new possibilities can emerge.
(415) 830-9404
San Francisco, California 94118
Ari Goldfield, Marriage & Family Therapist Intern  in San Francisco
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist Intern, JD, MA
“How are you? When you are asked this simple question in a warm, supportive environment, it is the first step to discoveries that produce significant and lasting change. We will start by investigating together to clarify what is actually going on with you. We can explore both long-term and short-term causes--whatever feels relevant. Based on what we find out, we will work to effect the changes you want. Together, we will find your own unique keys to a meaningful and rewarding personal and professional life.
(541) 233-4804
San Francisco, California 94115
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