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Therapists in Palo Alto

Dr. Jean Schellenberg, Psychologist, Inc., Psychologist  in Palo Alto
“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. youtube.com/watch?v=HPiCU6SpuSA.
(650) 209-7861
Palo Alto, California 94301
Neil Liebert, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Palo Alto
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MFT
“I enjoy working with adult and adolescent clients on a wide variety of issues, while maintaining a focus on bolstering individual strengths and fostering a sense of personal well-being. My approach is relaxed and accepting, allowing the space for us to create the treatment focus and working relationship that will be most helpful.
(650) 600-3980
Palo Alto, California 94301
Jayn.Org, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Palo Alto
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist
“Offices in Palo Alto, Oakland and SF. Jayn believes that therapy does not have to be an arduous process. It should be fun when it's filled with an eagerness on the clients' end to get over the hurdle that they are currently facing. Therapy is extremely focused and in most cases, clients are able to discharge from therapy within 3-6 months, especially if it's a life transition problem. Some clients are in treatment for a longer period, due to severe trauma, abuse or mental health symptoms, attached to the roadblocks faced.
(650) 318-6707
Palo Alto, California 94301
Richard D Abbey, Psychologist  in Palo Alto
“I am a neuropsychologist specializing in assessment and interventions for learning differences, attention, executive functioning, autism spectrum, mood, and stress. If you are having trouble pinpointing what is causing the struggle, and would like to learn about solutions that work, I can help. The process begins with an accurate and comprehensive assessment in which I use the latest research and technology. Sometimes my clients have had previous evaluations which have failed to address pressing concerns. I continue to work with individuals until the underlying cause of their struggles are identified; sparing no expense on the latest technology,
(650) 409-7640
Palo Alto, California 94306
Alice Locke-Chezar, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Palo Alto
“Does your child struggle with: Anxiety; persistent worrying? Behavioral outbursts? Difficulty going and staying asleep? Problems at school, falling grades? Feeling sad or crying much of the time? Is stress affecting family relationships? Palo Alto Parenting Solutions is a specialty practice that helps children who are having difficulty with behavior, emotions and socializing. I work with the whole family to find compassionate and caring solutions so you can see your child happy and capable. Specialties, Autism Spectrum Disorder, ADHD, Adoption, Anxiety, and Depression. Call for a free phone consultation.
(650) 339-5101
Palo Alto, California 94306
Jana Jensen Emerson, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Palo Alto
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT, ATR
“Feelings of depression, loss, anxiety can be overwhelming and can interfere with everyday life. If you have developed destructive coping skills to manage painful events or depression/anxiety it is possible to learn new ways new ways of coping and process feelings. If you or your child or adolescent has developed disordered eating patterns, a significant loss such as death of a parent, divorce or separation, or any major life change it can be important to process and express feelings of loss or distress that you may or may not have felt before.
(408) 478-3845
Palo Alto, California 94303
Palo Alto Neurofeedback, Psychiatrist  in Palo Alto
“I am a board certified Stanford trained psychiatrist with extensive experience in both traditional and alternative medicine. My goal is to help you maximize your potential by partnering with you to create an individualized treatment program. Neurofeedback is an exciting, effective, drug free solution for ADHD, Asperger's and Autism Spectrum Disorders, Chronic Pain, Peak Performance, Learning Disorders and Difficulties, Peak Performance, Addiction, Anxiety, Depression, PTSD, Attatchment Disorders, Traumatic Brain Injuries, and many other conditions. It can also jump start or strengthen meditation practices. I provide sophisticated, cutting edge Neurofeedback assessment and training. I look forward to working with you!
(650) 285-5527
Palo Alto, California 94303
Nancy Underwood, Psychologist  in Palo Alto
“Are you feeling overwhelmed or stuck as you navigate a major life change? You're not alone. Life transitions come in many forms; positive or unwelcome, anticipated or unexpected. These changes can challenge your ability to cope, whether you are going through a career change, grieving a loved one, recovering from traumatic brain injury, considering retirement, returning to work after a stroke, or are helping a loved one with dementia. The focus of my practice is to help clients find comfort in moments of change and reinvention, and to develop coping methods for the rest of the journey.
(650) 257-9070
Palo Alto, California 94304
Elizabeth Weiss, Psychologist  in Palo Alto
“Sometimes life brings challenges that require us to learn and grow in unforeseen ways. These challenges can take the form of an illness in ourselves or a loved one, death, the loss of dreams held dearly, and trials that are part of living and maturing. I work collaboratively with individuals, families, and couples to help them overcome the stressful events they face.
(650) 265-4794
Palo Alto, California 94306
Rachael M Little  in Palo Alto
“I work with both children and adults providing different forms of cognitive training for learning disabilities, ADHD, executive function deficits, anxiety, depression, stress management, head injury, and peak performance. By using a variety of methods such as neurofeedback, peripheral biofeedback, and brain training methods for learning such as Cogmed Working Memory Training and PACE cognitive enhancement, I am able to help both students and professionals strengthen their cognitive abilities and reach their goals.
(650) 276-4246
Palo Alto, California 94306
Carol Campbell, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Palo Alto
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
“Looking for some relief from the trouble life has sent your way? Talking with an experienced and highly respected MFT like me could be very helpful. I am good at listening to help folks who are depressed, anxious, worried, confused, guilty, or just overwhelmed by circumstances. I work with adults and couples. Many of my patients are therapists themselves, which I take as a big vote of trust and confidence. I think you will find me to be sensitive, compassionate, intelligent, and full of conviction about how therapy can make lives better.
(650) 422-2349
Palo Alto, California 94301
Sarah Adler, Psychologist  in Palo Alto
“A good fit is one of the most important aspects of therapy. I seek to understand my clients individual goals and needs, and collaboratively work with them to get the most out of each session. I help my clients learn the skills they need to improve their quality of life. My training at Stanford has taught me the importance of providing high-value, high-quality therapy.
(650) 557-2751
Palo Alto, California 94301
Barbara Sharmila Hoffman, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Palo Alto
“I have a broad range of life experience, being gay/Lesbian friendly, having a regular meditation practice, practicing psychotherapy over the last 20+ years. I work with adults in the Mountain View/Palo Alto area of California. My style is warm, empathic, interactive and respectful of each person's values and choices. My strengths include:enhancing communication skills; promoting positive and lasting change; dealing with life transitions/losses; substance abuse recovery work. My orientation is cognitive/behavioral, following Dr David Burns' T.E.A.M. model. Visit my web site at www.barbarahoffmanlmft.com
(650) 924-9567
Palo Alto, California 94306
Jason Angel, Psychologist  in Palo Alto
“A Bay Area native, Dr. Jason Angel specializes in both cognitive-behavioral treatment (CBT) and dialectical behavioral treatment (DBT) for mood and anxiety disorders. Dr. Angel received his Bachelor of Arts from Stanford University graduating phi beta kappa and with honors and distinction. He then received his PH.D. in clinical psychology at Harvard University conducting research on cognitive factors involved in major depression. Dr. Angel has worked in clinics in the Boston area, including the Bipolar Clinic at Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH), and the Obsessive-Compulsive Disorders Institute and the Klarman Eating Disorders Center at Mclean Hospital.
(650) 466-7917
Palo Alto, California 94301
Carla C. Ison, Psychologist  in Palo Alto
“I offer a range of services to adults for problems relating to both personal and professional life. My areas of specialization include the treatment of depression, anxiety, and stress; the treatment of psychological problems relating to life transitions, such as divorce, relocation, physical illness and change in employment status; psychological resilience; relationship enhancement; facilitation of creative processes; career counseling; and professional development.
(650) 332-4655
Palo Alto, California 94306
Steve McGraw, Psychologist  in Palo Alto
“Do you find yourself busier than ever but lacking a sense of depth, meaning, and connection in your life? I specialize in helping professionals like you through life transitions, such as midlife re-evaluations and relationship/career changes. I work with you to rebalance life's priorities and to discover new areas of meaning and purpose. We'll work together to reconnect you with the things you feel you've lost touch with: a felt connection to your body and soul, real intimacy with your loved-ones, access to your creativity, and a lively connection with your hopes and dreams.
(650) 731-0710
Palo Alto, California 94301
M Rameen Ghorieshi, Psychiatrist  in Palo Alto
“I care for patients from the paradigm that mental and physical health are so strongly intertwined that one may not fully achieve either without striving for both. I treat both a vast range of psychiatric conditions and help those who wish to better understand themselves and their relationships. My areas of interest include anxiety, depression, whole body health, coping with medical illness, and addiction medicine. I will formulate a customized treatment plan, which may include psychotherapy, medications, and behavioral techniques, to best care for your condition and meet your needs.
(650) 204-3479
Palo Alto, California 94301
Maris Smith, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Palo Alto
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“A former client wrote to me: "Your care and guidance far exceeded any expectations I thought were possible from therapy. You exposed the skeleton of my m.o., showed me how to understand it and gave me the tools to grow instead of wilt. Thank you." I have over 26 years of post-license professional experience working with a broad range of issues and clientele. The most common problems that my clients present are depression, anxiety, relationship issues, and work issues. I also work with gay and lesbian clients, as well as Spanish-speaking clients.
(650) 249-6317
Palo Alto, California 94301
Bette U Kiernan, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Palo Alto
“I work with a wide range of clients. Those confronting transitions, relationships problems, career concerns, addictions, student concerns and other challenges. Depression, anxiety, stress or addictive behaviors are usually the first step in a journey to self-discovery. I create a nurturing, supportive and warm space for my clients to examine their relationships, the impacts of their family environments, thought patterns and dreams. I help my clients understand concessions they may have been made in their original family enabled adaptation, but may later interfere with their fulfillment. Together we create new stories with happier endings.
(650) 241-0395
Palo Alto, California 94306
Kathryn Hedjasi, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Palo Alto
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, MBA, LMFT
“Do you find yourself struggling? Hurting? I can help you feel better! You have the ability to THRIVE regardless of your circumstances armed with my support & many new tools in your arsenal. I can help you tap into your own resilience & ability to heal. Wherever you are at in life, whether satisfied but looking to improve, struggling daily & feeling as if the floor is about to fall out, in crisis-mode, on a journey of self-discovery, or simply looking for support from a fully present empathetic skilled partner in your personal, interpersonal & professional goals. I AM HERE FOR YOU!
(650) 262-4006
Palo Alto, California 94306
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