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Therapists in Stanford

Vidushi Savant, Psychiatrist  in Stanford
“If you're someone who takes multiple medications for medical problems and need psychiatric care I could be the right Psychiatrist for you. Patients often feel uncertain about starting a new medication. I'm often asked "will this medication interact with my other medications?". I will work with you and help you decide if you need psychotropic medication(s). I only recommend starting medication when I believe it's likely to benefit you and am knowledgeable about medication interactions and side effects. I have closely worked with and have a deep understanding of psychological needs of medically ill population.
(650) 489-9853
Stanford, California 94305
Anders Greenwood, Psychologist  in Stanford
“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
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Stanford, California 94305
Hoai-Thu Truong, Psychologist  in Stanford
“Suffering? In emotional pain? Plagued by worries? Perhaps you are grieving a loss, or struggling with family or relationship problems? I can journey with you and help you improve your life, whether you are dealing with stress, depression, difficulties in your relationships, or seeking personal growth. I have helped many people struggling with anxiety, trauma or feeling stuck in their lives. I view symptoms not only as difficulties that need to be addressed but also as a call to wholeness and an opportunity for you to create a more satisfying life.
(650) 327-3003
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Stanford, California 94305
Julie Gerhardt, Psychologist  in Stanford
“Life presents us with many joys and sorrows, risks and opportunities. Our histories and fears mold our choices and can prevent us from achieving our life goals. My clients consist of professional adults and couples who seek psychotherapy, professional counseling and/or coaching. I work with people with a variety of emotional difficulties: isolation, depression, anxiety, PTSD, trauma and crisis. Often they have lost, or fear the loss of, a meaningful relationship, or feel despair about ever finding a loving partner. Other clients feel frustrated with their careers or harbor hidden resentments due to the success of others.
(650) 262-4719
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Stanford, California 94305
Susan L Kaplan, Psychologist  in Stanford
“As we go through life, we accumulate experiences that shape us and our world view. Usually, we are not even aware of the effect these experiences have on us. Psychotherapy provides a place to unpack and review our life experiences in a safe environment with an eye to personal growth. Why did we act the way we did? What were we feeling at the time? Could we have acted differently? Could we do something different now? By understanding our core motivations, we can make choices to continue to act in accordance with them, or to change them.
(650) 325-9564
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Stanford, California 94305
Dr. Jean Schellenberg, Psychologist, Inc., Psychologist  in Stanford
“For years, I've served the Bay Area as a psychologist, teacher, and artist. I provide in-depth adult psychotherapy using creative, cognitive, and transpersonal methods - treating professionals, interns, graduate students, artists, and veterans. I encourage patient healing through visualization, body/mind/spiritual connection, transpersonal psychology, Sandplay, creative expression, and dream work. Since 1998 I've used EMDR to treat performance anxiety, phobias, eating disorders, and trauma due to divorce, surgeries, accidents, job loss, and abuse. For a 2014 interview with Dr. Jean Schellenberg on YouTube/Open to Hope, Treating Trauma (EMDR), see https://www.
(650) 209-7861
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Stanford, California 94305
Elena Makarova-Kudelin, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Stanford
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, MFT
“Each individual's or couple's stress is unique. Many people come to me after having realized that their highly successful careers and achievements didn't make them immune to all complexities of life. Other people call me to address a specific symptom of stress, trauma, or an eating disorder. I listen with a great deal of compassion, and use a well researched therapy approach to help you learn useful strategies to reduce distress, get rid of blues, or excel in relationship skills. Most often only after 5-6 sessions my clients communicate the feeling of relief and hope.
(650) 209-7846
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Stanford, California 94305
Jean Hamilton, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Stanford
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MS, MFT
“I tend to see individual adults and couples in my practice who want to develop more self awareness, insight, and understanding as to why they are facing the difficulties or challenges which bring them into work with me. My hope is to help them see where their early childhood experiences impact and affect their functioning as adults. One goal for them is to become more flexible in their thinking and behavior so that they can enjoy their lives more fully. I see my role as an assistant to them in this process, trusting them, their thinking and ability to change.
(650) 241-2261
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Stanford, California 94305
Kevin M Campbell, Psychologist  in Stanford
“Do you sabotage yourself or behave in ways that lead to your relationships ending or being distant and unfulfilled? Do you underperform or underutilize your potential at work and in life in general? Is your creativity blocked? Are you unable to grieve your losses and move forward? Do anxiety and depression plague you? If so, my approach to psychotherapy could help you heal and move on with your life in a more rewarding and productive way.
(510) 730-3461
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Stanford, California 94305
Matthew May, Psychiatrist  in Stanford
“If you are suffering from anxiety or depression, would like better relationships or help overcoming an unwanted habit or addiction, I have good news for you. There are many new and powerful therapy methods that can lead to rapid and profound improvements and often complete cures. I would be honored to work with you, collaboratively and compassionately, to help you achieve your goals. You can find out more about me and my approach to therapy by going to my website. Just click on the link under "contact information", above.
(650) 209-7669
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Stanford, California 94305
Jill Mellick, Psychologist  in Stanford
“Working in Silicon Valley and close to Stanford University has given me the privilege and delight--for 25 years--of accompanying executives, professionals, academics and/or their partners and families during times of growth, grief, and change, both welcome and unwelcome. I respect the courage and commitment these gifted, stressed individuals and couples bring to their personal and professional development and challenges, and to increasing the quality of both their inner and outer lives.
(650) 209-7609
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Stanford, California 94305
Jessica Byrd-Olmstead, Psychologist  in Stanford
“Psychotherapy can be helpful addressing many areas including coping with a recent loss, chronic stress from work in a demanding industry, or wanting to explore the relationship patterns in your life and how they have lead you to where you are now. Sometimes there may be deeper concerns present including past traumas manifesting as depression and anxiety. It can seem difficult to let go of unhealthy patterns such as hurtful relationships, addictions, and other self-destructive habits. I work collaboratively with clients to target underlying issues as well as the external behaviors that may be keeping oneself feel stuck.
(650) 273-9562
Office is near:
Stanford, California 94305
Shani Robins, Psychologist  in Stanford
(818) 877-4824
Stanford, California 94309
(650) 385-8799
Office is near:
Stanford, California 94305
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