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Therapists in Oakland

J Brandon Mcmillan, Marriage & Family Therapist Intern  in Oakland
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist Intern, MA
“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
Will Courtenay, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Oakland
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, PhD, LCSW
“For nearly 20 years, I've helped men to live happier, more fulfilling lives. - Do you wake at night, anxious, worried about the future? Are your relationships unsatisfying? If you're like most men, you've been taught to hide pain. But hiding emotional pain only worsens it, and can cause other personal, family, work, or financial problems. Want to feel more control over your career, moods, relationships, or parenting - less unhappy, irritable, or stressed? Maybe you just want to feel more like yourself again or more comfortable in your own skin. What if the solution was within your grasp?
(415) 813-4024
Oakland, California 94618
Randall Wyatt, Psychologist  in Oakland
“Often clients come into therapy with me when they are stuck in life, in a crisis, or in transition in a relationship or job or when emotions are just becoming too much to cope with. They want a change but are not always sure how to go about it. Taking the step to begin therapy is not easy for most people, but starting therapy often leads to a real opportunity to change, in ways that are not always expected. My style is warm, inviting and engaging, and I seek to connect to each person where they are at in life.
(510) 972-1731
Oakland, California 94611
Marlena S. Lyons, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Oakland
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, PhD, MFT
“I am the co-author of Undefended Love, Nautilus Award finalist in the category of psychology and consciousness. It is a risk to love and live from a place that is "undefended". It means cultivating the capacity to be emotionally present even when you feel exposed or vulnerable. By developing this kind of capacity, you discover that you never again feel emotionally disconnected, incomplete or unloved. In addition to helping others achieve a more authentic and intimate relationship through workshops & private sessions, my other passion was ushered in by my own midlife passage. Urgent and unsettling questions drew me.
(510) 403-8139
Oakland, California 94619
Zachary A Berman, Psychologist  in Oakland
“As an engaged listener, I strive to create an atmosphere of respect and understanding, while also being compassionate, non-judgmental and warm. Within this safe space, we can explore family and relationship patterns and address your specific needs. I tailor sessions to meet each clientís challenges, developing trusting relationships that help him or her move towards a life of playfulness, passion and purpose. Your unique journey is made up of the circumstances, choices, beliefs and values that make up your reality. Together, we will determine new ways to bring tranquility, vitality, and fulfillment to your life. www.drzackberman.com
(415) 878-3703
Oakland, California 94618
Adam Kremen, Psychologist  in Oakland
“People turn to therapy when they are in too much emotional pain, stuck in intractable situations with intimate partners or at work, or acting in ways that are self-destructive or harmful to others. When other solutions have not worked, therapy offers a chance to address and change outmoded ways of being. The therapeutic relationship is key to this work. It offers the possibility of exploring new ways of relating to ourselves and others that can lead to a richer and more fulfilling life. The therapist must provide a place of safety and be a partner in this process.
(510) 358-4986
Oakland, California 94618
Mosi Mays-Mirembe, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Oakland
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, MFT
“I am a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist working in Oakland, CA. I have broad professional experience as a mediator, conflict management consultant, educator, and trainer. I bring the skills I've acquired in these roles to my therapy work. We humans are adaptive beings. When we adopt behaviors and mindsets that do not serve us, we may feel stuck, fearful, or intensely unhappy. Thankfully, we can modify our thinking and behaviors to promote a life of growth, happiness and healthy relationships. I provide skilled support to help repair troubled relationships and re-route unproductive thinking and behavior patterns.
(510) 662-1164
Oakland, California 94618
Teri K. Smith, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Oakland
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MS, LMFT
“I believe that our experiences in life are reflected in our behaviors, shape our thoughts, are held in our bodies, and trigger our emotions often outside of our consciousness. Increasing awareness at all levels allows us to have access to more choices in our lives. I see the goal of psychotherapy is to help people find a place in them where it feels safe, loving, and truthful, accessing their authentic selves. To facilitate this process, I explore with clients their thoughts and belief systems, behaviors, feelings, and physical sensations, helping to connect and integrate the mind, body and spirit.
(510) 592-4991
Oakland, California 94609
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
Renee Lindquist, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Oakland
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Therapy is a collaborative effort. I bring knowledge and you bring knowledge and together we will work to identify what would help you move in a healthy direction. I enter the room with as much compassion and as little judgment as possible and I encourage you to hold those same things for yourself. Humor helps too. The hope is that through the therapeutic process, you can identify how past life experiences have impacted your current choices, experiences and world views and how these factors influence how you interact with yourself and others. Please understand this looks different for each individual.
(510) 398-6346
Oakland, California 94611
Shannon Brown Ulrike, PsyD, Psychologist  in Oakland
“You have the wisdom to succeed over what might seem like insurmountable obstacles. Every personal challenge you face has its roots in, and can be met with your natural abilities. Psychotherapy invites a process of recognizing and appreciating your best self, exposing resilience, and freeing yourself from the barriers to fulfillment. My goal is to provide a compassionate space in which we collaborate to reveal your potential. My approach is affirming, emphasizes insight, strength identification and enhancement, and draws from techniques of humanistic, cognitive behavioral, feminist, and psychodynamic psychotherapies.
(510) 379-7973
Oakland, California 94618
Abby Whiteside, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Oakland
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MS, LMFT
“Are you feeling lost, anxious, hopeless? Sometimes, we can use our natural support systems and coping skills to manage difficult periods in our lives. Other times, we need to carve out the space to gain perspective, learn new skills and change our ways of relating to ourselves and each other. My goal as a therapist is to reduce distress by helping individuals, couples and families see themselves, their environment and their relationships clearly, identify both positive and negative behavioral/coping patterns as they arise, and make thoughtful choices accordingly.
(510) 972-1012
Oakland, California 94601
Kathleen Parkinson McConnell, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Oakland
“"Reaching out is the first step. I invite you to take that first step and email or call me at 510-652-1902. I look forward to talking with you."
(510) 652-1902
Oakland, California 94606
Charity Harbo, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Oakland
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, MFT
“Reaching out for support can be a difficult process. In addition to the overwhelm of trying to find a therapist, you may be confronted with feelings of discomfort, embarrassment or shame in response to acknowledging that you're struggling. My immediate goal is to foster a space and a relationship that feels safe and non-judgemental so that there can be honest exploration of what's getting in the way of positive change and so that healing can begin to take place.
(510) 379-4745
Oakland, California 94618
Steven Baum, Psychologist  in Oakland
“I will work intensively to help bring you a sense of relief and contentment in your life. The brief and longer term psychotherapies I practice are intended to result in real and long lasting life changes. These changes are often associated with an increased sense of satisfaction, contentment and inner peace. I will help you identify and use your strengths to address the challenges you may be facing and to reach your goals.
(510) 594-4050
Oakland, California 94618
Deanna Reardon, Psychologist  in Oakland
“I have worked with a wide variety of children, teens, adults and couples struggling with a range of problems. I practice holistic psychotherapy; I see each person as a whole, which includes your body, your mind, your heart, and your spirit, existing in the social/cultural context in which you live. Often, people split themselves into parts, ignoring how they are all interconnected and related. Ironically, it is often this tendency to create artificial boundaries within the self that lies at the root of suffering. You like some parts, and want to rid yourself of others.
(510) 986-4004
Oakland, California 94611
Lori Comer, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Oakland
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, MFT
“In a deeply empathic and caring environment, my goal is to support clients in discovering their inherent values, strengths, and options for a more meaningful and joyful life. I believe that the relationship between the therapist and the client is the most important aspect in creating positive client change; my style is optimistic, interactive, supportive, and nonjudgmental. I welcome clients from early adolescence through later adulthood.
(925) 392-3959
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
Merry Ross, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Oakland
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, Mft
“My work ranges from people who have experienced serious trauma, and suffer from depression and anxiety to those who just want to feel better in their lives and their relationships. I love working with couples. I know from my own experience of being married since 1990 that relationships need nurturing and intention. I love helping couples find intimacy that may have been lost. I really see my work as helping individuals and couples live their best life!
(510) 969-6005
Oakland, California 94618
Meg Fields, Psychologist  in Oakland
“I am a clinical psychologist helping teens, adults, couples, and families gain understanding, personal fulfillment, and peace of mind, using psychoanalytic psychotherapy. Working collaboratively, in a private, respectful setting, I guide you through an exploration of your personal and interpersonal conflicts. Together, we explore the impact of childhood events, relationship histories, challenges and traumas, as well as joys and successes, leading to more positive moods, behaviors, and coping strategies.
(925) 262-3135
Oakland, California 94618
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