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Therapists in Berkeley

Astarte Lippman, Marriage & Family Therapist Intern  in Berkeley
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist Intern, MA
“I believe that our journey through life is sacred. There are many ups and downs throughout this journey, and it is helpful to have a witness and guide along the way. I am deeply passionate and committed to personal growth, integrative healing, dreamwork, and tapping into boundless wisdom within the body, mind, and spirit. I provide a warm, grounded, and non-judgmental space for you to explore where you are and discover where you want to be. I am interactive, responsive, and grounded. I make space for laughter, as well as tears.
(510) 344-6577
Berkeley, California 94703
Marian Joycechild, Psychologist  in Berkeley
“Do you feel hurt and limited by past losses and disappointments? Do you feel you have been derailed from living a full life of your own by difficult life experiences? I would like to help. I have worked with individuals and couples for over 30 years. Many of these people found themselves stuck in patterns that have held them back in their relationships and in their careers. Sometimes people feel no matter what their effort, they repeat the same mistakes. I find that often very painful experiences can cause a person to avoid all sorts of thoughts and experiences.
(510) 863-0966
Berkeley, California 94702
Annie Wright, Marriage & Family Therapist Intern  in Berkeley
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist Intern, MA, MFTi
“So why therapy? Well, when you're going through yet another breakup, or are waking up each morning dreading going into work, or if you're dealing with a serious case of Instagram envy and "time-is-passing-me-by-and -I've-got-to-change-my-life!" anxiety, times like these can be so challenging and you may be feeling overwhelmed, stuck, sad, angry, and (especially if it's been like this for some time!) probably more than a little confused and hopeless about how to change things and move forward towards the life you actually envision for yourself.
(510) 254-3196
Berkeley, California 94703
Anya Hankin  in Berkeley
“Through one-on-one coaching, I work with creatives, educators and change-makers -- who either have or desire purpose-driven careers and need some support in the process. I approach each relationship as unique, and I structure our sessions around your specific needs and goals. Traditionally, we begin our work by spending time clarifying what those goals and needs are, and then implement tailor-made tools to achieve them. We will work together to counter burn-out and stress and create a personalized action plan to develop sustainable strategies for resiliency.
(503) 567-9580
Berkeley, California 94702
Leslie C Bell, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Berkeley
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, PhD, LCSW
“If you're here you may be feeling stuck, frustrated, unfulfilled, and uncertain about what to do. Try as we might, we often can't make changes in the areas of life that matter most to us - relationships, family, love, and sex. At the same time, we may feel hesitant to ask for help, fearing that we may be judged or not find relief. Asking for help is a characteristic of successful, happy people, and is the first step to building the life that you want.
(925) 290-8829
Berkeley, California 94705
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MS, MFT
“I meet you where you are, in this moment, which contains all that you have ever experienced as well as your deepest wishes and potential for wellness and fulfillment. So we pay close attention to your experience in the moment to find its inner truth, and thus the way forward. Whether you're having difficulty in your relationship with your child, partner, boss, or friend; suffered the trauma of loss, rejection, abandonment, or abuse--working together, using powerful tools such as mindfulness and EMDR, we unlock the places where you are stuck. This is exciting work!
(510) 279-3877
Berkeley, California 94705
Vanessa Morrison, Marriage & Family Therapist Intern  in Berkeley
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist Intern, MA, MFTI
“I work with professionals who want to overcome persistent behaviors, thoughts and emotions that inhibit their ability to live a life they love so that they have meaningful relationships, deeply fulfilling work and self-confidence. My approach is based on the belief that in order to benefit from therapy the therapeutic relationship must be grounded in direct communication, collaboration and compassion. You need someone to be real who will both challenge and care for you. My patients often reflect they are relieved to finally work with someone who engages in conversation and shares responsibility for the progress of each session.
(707) 809-5065
Berkeley, California 94709
Jim Moyers, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Berkeley
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, MFT
“I have been practicing since 1986 in the East San Francisco Bay Area. I do short and longer term work with adult individuals as well as couples counseling. While the immediate goal of therapy is one of helping you resolve the issues that bring you in and broaden the range of choices available to you, psychotherapy can also help you explore larger questions of meaning and life direction. While the ideas of Carl Jung and other psychodynamic theorists influence the way I work, I draw upon many approaches to meet your unique needs. Please visit my website for more information.
(510) 843-2424
Berkeley, California 94704
Karen Levine, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Berkeley
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MFT
“I work with adults and adolescents who are struggling with relationship issues, depression, anxiety, grief and loss, self esteem issues, among many other concerns. I also work with parents of children with special needs, and individuals with Asperger's Syndrome or an Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). I am experienced working with parents who are going through transitions in their lives, including the birth of children, career shifts, and attending to the changing realities of parenting.
(510) 996-5535
Berkeley, California 94705
Susanna G Bernat, Psychologist  in Berkeley
“Unseen opportunities often present themselves in the midst of crisis. However the signs are easily missed when stress, grief and heartache overwhelm your ability to cope. I offer a safe supportive environment to gain perspective on your current situation so that you can move forward with a sense of dignity, meaning and awareness. I am available for a free phone consultation. I will also make referrals to the appropriate resource if I believe that you will be better served by another specialist.
(510) 394-3417
Berkeley, California 94705
James Yandell, Psychiatrist  in Berkeley
“I'm a Jungian analyst and psychiatrist practicing in north Berkeley. My practice is with adults of all ages from college students to the mature and elderly. Although I'm interested in issues of outer life, my major focus is on reclaiming authentic self that has been submerged in outer adaptation, and in individuation (Jung's term for adult psychological development.) As a Jungian I value dreams, pictures, journaling, and other depth material but don't limit myself to the unconscious. I do a good deal of telephone work, after an initial period of direct contact.
(510) 878-4456
Berkeley, California 94707
Joseph Saah, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Berkeley
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT
“As an experienced Licensed MFT, I offer a full range of psychotherapy services for men, women, adolescents, couples, and families. I founded The Men's Center for Counseling and Psychotherapy in 1984 in order to focus upon the psychological and emotional lives of men and boys. I particularly enjoy helping folks struggling with cross-cultural issues. My practice also includes work with women, girls, and couples of all persuasions. As an interactive therapist, I join my clients as they explore complex, often contradictory, intrapsychic forces. I bring humor, warmth, empathy, common-sense, and a genuine curiosity to the therapeutic encounter.
(510) 788-2365
Berkeley, California 94705
Katja Mohr, Psychologist  in Berkeley
“I offer psychotherapy to adults, children, and families. Areas of my clinical practice include trauma, depression, anxiety, grief and other emotions that might interfere with relationships and work, or with living a fulfilled life.
(510) 496-6076
Berkeley, California 94703
Catherine Cheyette, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Berkeley
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Depression, anxiety, low self-esteem, problems in intimate relationships and stressful life circumstances are among the reasons people seek psychotherapy. I enjoy helping my clients through their difficulties toward renewal, growth and optimism about their future. In an atmosphere of respect and compassion, my clients and I work collaboratively to explore the difficulties they face and uncover deeper issues which impede the natural resolution of their suffering. This process of self-discovery promotes clarity about the steps which are needed to bring about positive change.
(510) 470-7412
Berkeley, California 94707
Vilma Sylvester, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Berkeley
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT
“You may experience emotional pain at times, as we all do. You may even have deeper emotional wounds that still need healing, but you don't have to endure unhappiness. YOU DON'T HAVE TO SUFFER. Let's work together to bring the joy back. True, life can get really tough. But psychology research tells us that you can improve emotional well-being and obtain the resilience you need to deal with the tough times, often regardless of challenging life circumstances. By using your strengths, increasing relational connection, positive experiences and engagement with what you value most you can find satisfaction and meaning in life.
(925) 421-2818
Berkeley, California 94707
Renata Wu, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Berkeley
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MFT
“I strongly believe in people's resiliency and motivation to live a full life despite difficult experiences. I'm dedicated to helping my clients achieve desirable and lasting change. We will look closely at what holds you back and what feels painful in your life. Whether it is a cycle of difficult emotions, unwanted behaviors, or relational difficulties, I believe it is crucial to discover the meaning in these experiences. Through our work together we will develop new tools to transform your life and make it more satisfying.
(510) 413-8875
Berkeley, California 94707
Jacob Kaminker, Psychologist  in Berkeley
“I once read a story about a man who would talk reassuringly to his cactus, letting it know that it was safe. The cactus learned that it no longer needed thorns. If you have had experiences that have closed off your openness to the world or your authentic self, you may have also grown thorns. Whether you have been touched by trauma, grief, loss, or simply an environment that does not understand you, I want to help you to find a way to live more fully. You have a place in the world. Let's try to find it together.
(510) 629-4412
Berkeley, California 94705
Gary Ware, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Berkeley
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, PhD
“Thank you for taking the time to review my profile. Finding a therapist is easy, but finding the "right" therapist during a difficult time in your life is not at all easy. I've been in private practice for over 25 years and have seen individuals, couples and families dealing with a wide spectrum of issues. Over and over again, I've been pleased to hear how quickly my clients felt a sense of "connection" with me in working on their problems. This connection is an essential element of a successful outcome.
(510) 296-6684
Berkeley, California 94710
Jamie Bachman, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Berkeley
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“People often block progress toward their goals by holding tightly to a limited idea of who they are and what they can achieve. However, it is possible to make real, substantive changes in your life. Through therapy you can access inner strengths and apply them to problems that appear insurmountable. I regard it as my job to help you gain insight into your experience and shift your perspective, allowing you to recognize and overcome internal obstacles. We will identify not only the challenges you face, but also the strengths you have brought to bear on past problems.
(510) 878-4708
Berkeley, California 94705
C. Tyia Grange Isaacson, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Berkeley
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, PhD, Can, didate
“Since 1998 I have helped people just like you lead more fulfilling, happier lives. I am sensitive to individual uniqueness and as life longer learner I am always cultivating new skills to be the very best clinician I can be for each of my clients. I specialize in treating trauma, anxiety and depression. I have advanced training to work with new parents and very young children.
(866) 523-4982
Berkeley, California 94702
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