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Therapists in San Francisco, CA 94109
Nob Hill and Russian Hill

Diane M Wilson, Marriage & Family Therapist  in San Francisco
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT
“I enjoy working with adults who are facing challenges in their lives, whether it be health issues, relationship issues, concern for your aging parents or other loved ones. We all face many stresses in our lives these days, and it is easy to get caught up taking care of everyone except yourself. I have over 20 years of experience working with clients with all kinds of problems, and I work both in a short-term and long-term framework. I am eager to get to know you and understand how I can help you to feel better about yourself.
(415) 360-2287
San Francisco, California 94109
Gwendolyn Evans, Psychologist  in San Francisco
“Are you anxious or depressed? Struggling with emotional or physical infidelity? Has the passion died in your relationship? Do you want more sex and intimacy? Feeling overwhelmed and undervalued by your partner? Are you lonely in your marriage? Are you struggling with racial or cross-cultural issues? Tired of the same fights with your spouse, your family, your boss, your kids?
(415) 799-7968
San Francisco, California 94109
“Dr. Dvorak is a Clinical Psychologist practicing in San Francisco and the East Bay. She works with individuals and couples as well as children and adolescents, providing psychoanalytic psychotherapy and psychoanalysis. Her teaching and supervision affiliations include California Pacific Medical Center, Access Institute and California College of the Arts. Dr. Dvorak was selected as the 2013 Outstanding Teacher of the Year in CPMC's Psychology Training Program for her work as an instructor, supervisor, and mentor. She is a Candidate at the San Francisco Psychoanalytic Center.
(415) 912-1780
San Francisco, California 94109
Melinda Douglass, Psy.D., Psychologist  in San Francisco
“Is your relationship getting you down? Are there areas of your life you want to understand better and change? Learn about self-defeating behaviors that get in your way. Therapy helps you craft a healthy relationship with yourself and others and supports meaningful life choices. Drawing upon mindfulness and interpersonal dynamics, this work increases awareness of internal conflicts and obstacles to growth. Having led groups for seven years, with a certification in group psychotherapy, and with several years in management consulting prior to my psychology practice, I know how important personal development is to success at work and in relationships.
(415) 215-4796
San Francisco, California 94109
Reuben P. Wolff, Psychologist  in San Francisco
“Are you ready to reach your potential? Are you tired of being caught in repeating patterns? Are you facing new challenges? Would you benefit from support and insights? You have shown clear motivation to create a clearer path for yourself because searching for the right collaborative therapist is a courageous act that can help you to achieve greater harmony as you move into your future. Perhaps you are experiencing anxiety or depression, are in life transition, are spiritually stuck, or are curious about what is next for you. I invite you to explore how I can assist you in a safe and accepting environment.
(415) 799-4147
San Francisco, California 94109
“In my 30+ years practicing psychotherapy, I have had extensive exerience working with adults who face or suffer from adjustment problems, abusive childhoods, attachement barriers, post-traumatic stress, anxiety, depression, post-partum depression, psychosis, sexual abuse,couples' relationship struggles (heterosexual, gay, and lesbian), and grief from loss. I have also successfully assisted others who are grappling with recovery concerns, sexual orientation, difficult life transitions, and job stress. Always my treatment goal is to facilitate the improvement in the quality of life for each individual. I have found that my hopeful attitude about the most oppressive psychological maladies fosters healing.
(415) 689-1012
San Francisco, California 94109
Loren Hadassah, Marriage & Family Therapist  in San Francisco
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
“Most importantly, my ideal client is someone who is desiring and ready for change. You may feel stuck in some aspect of your life such as career or relationships. You may have suffered a traumatic event. You may be experiencing symptoms of anxiety and depression. And you have reached a point when you are ready to take action even if you don't quite know what that will look like yet. What I love most is accompanying someone on their journey inward, offering a safe space for you to be fully you.
(415) 877-4064
San Francisco, California 94109
Katia Vorobieva, Marriage & Family Therapist  in San Francisco
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MFT
“Hello and welcome to my private practice. I believe that therapy is a collaborative process based on mutual trust and respect. Progress is made when there is honesty, comfort, motivation, awareness and committment, but these are not the prerequisites- you can develop them as you continue working. Therapy itself can be short (a few sessions) or long term, and in successful cases its positive impact lasts a lifetime. Since 1999 I've been offering warm and supportive environment to individuals who struggle with depression, anxiety, relationship problems, loss, parenting issues, low self-esteem, substance use and eating disorders.
(415) 601-4274
San Francisco, California 94109
Tamara M Tucker, Marriage & Family Therapist  in San Francisco
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MFT
“My style is direct, transparent and positive. All work is supported by solid psychodynamic theory. I am comfortable with challenges. Most of my clients come in to address relationship issues, depression and/or anxiety. However, I have extensive experience with eating disorder counseling,as well as addiction, obsessive-compulsive disorders and post-traumatic stress disorders. I believe that in order for successful transformational work to occur, the therapeutic relationship is central. Therefore, I offer an initial meeting of one hour before any commitment financial or other can be agreed upon.
(415) 799-8896
San Francisco, California 94109
Daniel J. Kugler, Marriage & Family Therapist  in San Francisco
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, STD, MFT
“I am a compassionate and practical therapist with many years of experience. I work with people having relationship problems, anxiety, depression, job difficulties or life transitions. My treatment focuses on problem-solving in the here and now, short term or long term. I offer reasonable fees and evening appointments.
(650) 385-8227
San Francisco, California 94109
Nicole L Coffelt, Psychologist  in San Francisco
“"A [person] may perform astonishing feats and comprehend a vast amount of knowledge, and yet have no understanding of himself... Suffering directs a [person] to look within. If it succeeds, then there, within... is the beginning of [the] learning." (-Soren Kierkegaard) Welcome. I am a licensed psychologist with specialties in anxiety, depression, trauma, grief/loss, addiction recovery, relationship difficulties, adolescent issues, and existential angst. My approach is holistic, client-centered, creative, and depth-oriented. I consider the synergy of mind, body & soul to be the basis of our greatest joy and fulfillment whereas incongruence/imbalance results in psychological & somatic illness.
(415) 799-7936
San Francisco, California 94109
Mark Hirschfield, Marriage & Family Therapist  in San Francisco
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MFT
“Hello! I work with individuals who wish to create lasting, positive changes in their lives and relationships. I offer safe, compassionate and supportive counseling in an atmosphere that deepens understanding, promotes healing, and releases potential. Unresolved emotional issues can stifle creativity, confidence, ambition, and our ability for good relationships. Trauma and loss can cause sadness, depression and pain that inhibit and block. My personal style is interactive, empathic, non-judgmental and respectful of individual values and choices.
(415) 922-4444
San Francisco, California 94109
Vera R. Obermeyer, Marriage & Family Therapist  in San Francisco
“I work as a sole practitioner in the heart of San Francisco. My comfortable office is easily located and accessible by public bus lines as well as available street parking. Clients of all ages and ethnicities are welcome. You determine what issues you would like to work on and we set your goals for therapy together. As a survivor of the Holocaust, who experienced life as an immigrant in this country, I feel uniquely qualified to work with traumatized clients who present their existentialist issues for discussion.
(415) 567-8231
San Francisco, California 94109
choicetherapy, Psychologist  in San Francisco
“Marisa T. Mazza, Psy.D. is a licensed psychologist who assists individuals in achieving their health and wellness goals. Through the use of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and values exploration Dr. Mazza helps individuals with anxiety, adhd and / chronic pain live the life they want to be living.
(415) 729-3949
San Francisco, California 94109
San Francisco Counseling Center, Marriage & Family Therapist  in San Francisco
“San Francisco Counseling Center is a group of therapists, dedicated to providing high quality therapy. We provide individual, couples, group, and family therapy. We also provide parenting coaching and premarital counseling. Additionally, we do regular talks for graduate students on different topics, and provide training and consultation services to other therapists. We also do talks for the general public, on topics such as family life, parenting concerns, relationship issues, anxiety and depression. Please see our website at sfcounselingcenter.com, and check our blog for more information blog.sfcounselingcenter.com.
(415) 800-2565
San Francisco, California 94109
Kishi Fuller, Marriage & Family Therapist  in San Francisco
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, MFT
“Sometimes life leads us down an unknown path. Something unexpected happens. A job is lost, health falters, a relationship get shaky. Life comes in, bringing unforeseen challenges. These challenges force us to take stock of our lives.
(650) 549-5845
San Francisco, California 94109
Brett Penfil, Marriage & Family Therapist  in San Francisco
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MFT, MPH
“My clients describe me as non-judgmental, supportive and insightful. In addition to talk therapy, I work experientially, because growth involves experimenting, trying, and doing rather than only thinking, understanding, and planning. I also work holistically, because working with mind, body, and spirit engages more internal resources and, thus, produces deeper and more lasting change.
(415) 236-0949
San Francisco, California 94109
“In my opinion, it is crucial for you to find the right therapist for the best therapeutic outcome. Goodness of fit is something that can only be experienced in a face-to-face meeting. It usually takes between 1 and 3 sessions to answer that question. I encourage and welcome you to experience a session with me in which we both can explore if the fit is right.
(415) 858-6286
San Francisco, California 94109
Vivian Dent, Psychologist  in San Francisco
“I'll help you explore your feelings and relationships. Together, we'll work to discover what really matters to you and how you can live your life more fully and happily. Depression, anxiety, painful entanglements, and the lingering effects of damaging experiences sap life of its joy. I have wide experience treating these problems and helping people improve their relationships, work lives, and sense of self.
(650) 924-9862
San Francisco, California 94109
Kara Swedlow, Marriage & Family Therapist  in San Francisco
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, MFT
“My work is integrative, blending depth psychology with studies in attachment, neuroscience, and relational and developmental psychology. I am influenced by analytic traditions which contain a focus on trauma, and studies in contemporary neuroscience, which show how our brains process our affective (emotional) experience, particularly in the context of relationship. In addition to discussing your current and historical life experiences in our sessions, we may incorporate your dreams and somatic (body) mindfulness practices, such as exploring body sensations and their emotional counterparts.
(415) 347-8854
San Francisco, California 94109

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