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Here you'll find the most comprehensive local listings of Therapists in and around Sacramento, California.

Therapists in Sacramento

“I believe that my personal and educational backgrounds have provided a wealth of experiences that allow me to care for and relate with my clients' struggles. I consider myself a hands-on therapist, meaning, I prefer to use brief therapy techniques that clients can use now in order to lower and later eliminate distress in their lives. I have extensive training in the provision of family therapy (including adolescents with behavioral issues), treatment of adults with mood disorders, and life/career changes.
(916) 641-7711
Sacramento, California 95821
Peter Kirchner, Psychologist  in Sacramento
“I tailor my treatment to the specific needs of each client. I work at establishing a therapeutic alliance so that clients become more able to observe, assess and reflect on their emotions and symptoms, gaining awareness to their true feelings. Results are achieved in a collaberative atmosphere of emotional safety, trust and unconditional acceptance that leads to understanding and healing. Changes brought about by this treatment are not meant to be temporary, but tend to be permanent. I work with adults, adolescents and couples who seek to resolve conflicts, stop repetitive dysfunctional patterns and develop deep emotional connections.
(916) 546-1643
Sacramento, California 95816
Colleen King, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Sacramento
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MS, LMFT
“I help women & teens with anxiety, depression or bipolar disorder learn strategies to achieve balance, fulfillment and know joy again. You may feel like you're not in control, that you don't belong, or as though something is missing, and you're tired of pretending. You want change. We will get down to work and get your individualized plan going so you can create the life you deserve. You will gain mastery of coping skills to address these challenges: stress reduction, communication, anger management, healthy boundaries, self-worth, anxiety, depression, mania & relationship conflicts.
(916) 303-2877
Sacramento, California 95825
Katelyn Sandoval, Marriage & Family Therapist Intern  in Sacramento
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist Intern, MS, MFTI
“My approach to therapy is warm, compassionate, collaborative and understanding. I strive to create an environment where my clients feel safe to openly explore the challenges of life and relationships without fear of judgment or misunderstanding. I enjoy the opportunity to learn about the unique strengths, perspectives and abilities of my clients, while working with them to create a path for change.
(916) 472-0063
Sacramento, California 95816
Richard Lui, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Sacramento
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MS, MFT
“I offer a compassionate, safe place for individuals or couples to get unstuck. For couples, you will learn new effective communication skills to stop arguments, rekindle passion and romance, and release the unconcious inner critic which is the root of most couple conflict. I have successfully treated hundreds of couples over thirty years and I go beyond band-aide solutions, for lasting resolution, giving you specific practical spiritually based tools you can do on your own. For individuals, you will learn to rebalance your life for higher self esteem, overcome any addiction or compulson, transform depression, anxiety, or grief to more passion, inner peace and purpose.
(916) 678-1960
Sacramento, California 95821
Nathaniel Mills, Psychologist  in Sacramento
“I treat adults, adolescents, & couples suffering from anxiety, depression, and relationship difficulties in my Midtown Sacramento office. I am also the President of the Sacramento Valley Psychological Association. I enjoy challenging cases and working with diverse clients. I've found my greatest success in working with intelligent people stuck in situations they can't think their way out of. I enjoy LGBT clients, people struggling with existential issues, and business people trying to balance personal life with career. I have extensive experience working with treatment-resistant Depression, Anxiety, and Bipolar Disorders and can often help clients with innovative treatments
(916) 790-5370
Sacramento, California 95816
Janet Payne Education Solutions,   in Sacramento
“As a Licensed Educational Psychologist I help clients find academic, personal and career success. I provide psychoeducational evaluations, testing for GATE, IQ, ADHD, learning disabilities, and SAT/College Board accommodations. Psychoeducational evaluations uncover underlying reasons for academic struggles, and for necessary accommodations at school and for SAT/College Board testing and define learning needs. I provide academic and career coaching/counseling to help clients maximize strengths; as well as learning to understand, improve and cope with weaknesses. I specialize in working with pre-teens, adolescents and young adults.
(916) 458-0636
Sacramento, California 95825
T. Brendan Considine, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Sacramento
“I offer clients calmness, compassion and the belief all can be helped because you have the motivation to call a therapist and want to change. . Change is painful for most of us, but it doesnt need to stop us from living a full life. Neuroscience gives us great hope knowing we can change the pathways in the brain. Therefore, the thoughts and feelings can become unstuck. My clients, whether they are a couple, individual or adolescent, tell me I am easy to talk to, and the homework, I suggest they do, brings results.
(916) 234-0923
Sacramento, California 95831
Ryan A Cheperka, Psychologist  in Sacramento
“With strong training and experience as a counseling psychologist, I welcome adults and late-adolescents to my therapy practice. I am effective at working with people who struggle with self-esteem and self-worth, who experience depression, anxiety, or grief, and those who have difficulty with coping or with relationships. I consider early childhood experiences, relationships/communities in one's life, and histories of major transitions or traumatic events to be important in understanding one's healing and growth processes. I am thorough in my work and receive feedback that I create a space that allows for deep meaning-making.
(916) 919-8834
Sacramento, California 95825
Christine Cipperly, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Sacramento
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
“Navigating through this life, we encounter difficulties and challenges in our relationships with others and with ourselves. Who am I? Why am I here? How can I have better relationships? Have a happy marriage? Succeed in my career? Raise my children in the best way for them? As your therapist, I have the experience, skills and education to help you accept yourself and others, overcome anxiety and depression, and find the satisfaction and happiness you deserve.
(530) 419-4576
Sacramento, California 95816
“As a Clinical Psychologist, I provide therapeutic support to clients from all walks of life who present with a variety of concerns. My goal is to work in partnership with you to better understand and resolve the challenges that have caused you to seek therapy. Working together, we will strive to understand the emotional and behavioral issues with which you are struggling and together we will develop a plan of action that will bring you relief and move you toward resolving the difficulties you are facing.
(916) 794-4443
Sacramento, California 95816
Paul Innerarity, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Sacramento
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
“Are you tired of continually trying to control, change, get rid of, or avoid painful thoughts, feelings, sensations and experiences? If so, together we will explore ways to move beyond these temporary relief strategies towards relating and responding in a more flexible manner. Discover, express and integrate previously unknown parts of yourself, build upon strengths already in place, and work on the past by increasing the vitality of your work on relationships in the present. Together we'll explore what underlies your symptoms, what adaptive need or function they serve, and how symptoms may point toward needed life changes.
(916) 690-7422
Sacramento, California 95816
Antonette (Toni) Garcia  in Sacramento
“Each of us deserve to lead a happy and healthy life. Yet life's challenges can be overwhelming and seem unresolvable. I provide non-judgmental feed-back to help you clarify those challenges, your goals, options and your own inner strengths. Knowing our strengths and making our own choices are steps toward the life we want. My experience includes trauma (such as sexual abuse and other issues specific to Post Traumatic Stress Disorder), victims of domestic abuse and/or violence, mood disorders, depression, alcohol and drug issues and those with dual diagnoses.
(916) 502-8924
Sacramento, California 95818
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, cgp
“I work with adults and couples, with emphasis on understanding better the ways in which we keep ourselves away from real emotional connection with partners, family and friends. I have worked with people adjusting to chronic and serious illness, loss and grief. As a psychotherapist I have been in private practice since 1988, but have done licensed clinical work in medical settings since 1972. I also have a great interest in group work and have consulted with social service and hospice organizations, providing staff support. Being in therapy takes energy, but it can give back much more in return.
(916) 259-3919
Sacramento, California 95818
Joyce Arlene Herman, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Sacramento
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT, Calif
“I offer a warm and friendly environment to my clients and believe that therapy should be a safe place. I am a therapist who will provide you with tools to communicate better in your relationships and also to live more effectively, My background is in special education and pre-med with a minor in art. I have a degree in sign language studies and interpretation and am fluent in American Sign Language. I am credentialed in anger management for adults, adolescents and domestic violence. I have extensive training in Dialectical Behavior Therapy, and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy. I work with children, couples, individuals and families.
(916) 259-3993
Sacramento, California 95825
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MS, LMFT
“Helping people become the best versions of themselves is my top priority. Whatever situation you feel stuck in, I am convinced there is hope for change and a better self-identity.
(916) 542-6184
Sacramento, California 95825
Paul R. Turner, Psychologist  in Sacramento
“I thank-you for your interest in reviewing my profile, but my practice is now closed and I am not accepting new clients in California. I wish you the best on your journey to your Self.
(916) 258-2916
Sacramento, California 95825
Lorraine William (White), Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Sacramento
“I look forward to partnering with you and your family to establish a therapeutic relationship that will address your unique and special needs. Sometimes life will present circumstances that can be difficult and painful, which may lead you to seek individual therapy, family therapy or couples therapy. Blended family needs, geriatric and elderly concerns, crisis intervention, divorce and separation, grief and loss, depression, marital conflict and mental illness are a few of the challenges that can cause distress. My goal is to help you navigate through this season in your life. I tailor my practice based on the needs of working families (Saturday Appointments).
(916) 548-5839
Sacramento, California 95827
Paul Snider, Psychiatrist  in Sacramento
“I see patients only via telepsychiatry. I can treat patients anywhere in California. My ideal patient is someone who is very busy and does not have time to drive back and forth to a private practice office. All you need is a PC or Mac, a webcam and microphone (pre-installed on most laptops) and high speed internet to connect via secure, encrypted, HIPAA compliant teleconference. We can use Skype. I can prescribe medications to your local pharmacy and will work closely with your primary care doctor to ensure your safety and optimal medical care.
(888) 978-1671
Sacramento, California 95821
Brenda L Morelos, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Sacramento
“I specialize in helping people who are experiencing life transitions, anxiety, stress and distress. With a personable, warm and engaging approach, I want to help you boost your confidence, achieve your goals, and improve your relationships.
(916) 259-3992
Sacramento, California 95825
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