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Therapists in Berkeley

Karen Harber, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Berkeley
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, PhD, LCSW
“In my psychotherapy practice I create a space where you can feel comfortable and safe expressing emotions and exploring difficult issues. With compassion and mindfulness I listen to what you say through your words and what you say when there are no words. Together we will decide on the treatment modality that is best for you. I have tended to specialize in two main areas: trauma and relationship issues. My background in psychodynamic therapy offers a strong foundation for understanding behavior and the way we unintentionally get trapped in patterns.
(510) 878-4480
Berkeley, California 94707
Annie Sweetnam, Psychologist  in Berkeley
“I have been passionate about helping people for over twenty five years and am a highly accomplished psychotherapist, writer and teacher with extensive training and expertise in many areas. I offer psychotherapy for adults with a wide range of issues from depression, to anxiety to loneliness. I offer a relationship of care and respect where we think together about present and past fears, relational patterns or blocks that may be holding you back. My commitment is to help you work through your fears and embrace your strengths so that you can pursue the life and relationships you desire.
(510) 730-1986
Berkeley, California 94705
Carol Masters-Salnave, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Berkeley
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
“I provide a safe place to address what's not working for you in your life. We will explore your life journey while bringing issues to light, encourage better life choices to be made in the present. I've worked with a spectrum of issues that leads someone to seek psychotherapy. We will recognize how you came to behaviors that may impact your ability to function and discover what will work better for you to live more comfortably. By creating a healing relationship within therapy we can work together to shed light on issues, developing your motivation to make adjustments.
(510) 403-8481
Berkeley, California 94707
Michael S Isaacs, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Berkeley
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, NCPsyA, JD, RP
“As an experienced psychotherapist, I can help with traditional psychotherapy issues, on a sliding scale basis if needed.Issues include anxiety,depression, relationships,emotional blocks, feelings of inadequacy.If you wish, I am able to add an existential and philosophical dimension to your self-growth. I have been particularly successful in three areas: reducing anxiety; relationships; and adding a philosophical, existential, or spiritual dimension, to those so inclined. I have a wealth of experience as a clinical social worker(LCSW)psychotherapist; divorce mediator; nationally certified psychoanalyst(NCPsyA); writer; attorney(JD);and teacher,lecturer, and workshop leader on body-mind techniques.
(650) 385-8676
Berkeley, California 94705
Niall Geoghegan, Psychologist  in Berkeley
“Therapy doesn’t have to be a long drawn out process. Whether you’re suffering from depression, anxiety, or any other kind of challenge you want a therapist who can help you bring about change right from the start, to get to the deep roots of your problems and achieve results in as few sessions as possible. I specialize in a form of psychotherapy that is both depth-oriented and time-limited. I work with adults, adolescents and couples in my office in Berkeley, CA, and also work with many clients remotely by telephone.
(510) 344-6762
Berkeley, California 94709
Sally C Cohen, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Berkeley
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT
“Are you struggling with anxiety, depression, unsatisfying relationships, or past trauma? Do you feel as though you are wanting more from life and your relationships? I support teens, parents, adults and couples in a compassionate and thoughtful way. By working together in a collaborative process we can explore new ways of dealing with old, self-defeating patterns and develop new strategies for coping with life's twists and turns. Many teens, individuals and couples I've met with over the past 25+ years have expanded their capacity to find answers, understanding and solutions.
(510) 648-3202
Berkeley, California 94704
Sharon Gregory, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Berkeley
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, MFT
“Since 1989, I have been helping people uncover, explore, and work through barriers to authenticity and aliveness. Together, we bring into awareness the thoughts and feelings that can interfere with being more fully engaged with yourself or others. You may feel that you don't know yourself or can't be yourself; that decisions are difficult to make or impossible to follow through on; or that connections with others are empty or unsatisfying. Taking a closer look at what's getting in the way can make a difference.
(510) 540-4870
Berkeley, California 94705
Adam Rochmes, Psychologist  in Berkeley
“I am a clinical psychologist practicing in Berkeley, California. I specialize in adult counseling and psychotherapy, working collaboratively to guide clients in achieving greater psychological freedom and self-mastery through mindfulness and understanding. I earned degrees from Harvard and UC Berkeley & have practiced for over 30 years. I am on the supervisory faculty of The Psychotherapy Institute where I provide clinical supervision to therapists in training & serve on the faculty of the Supervision Study Program. In 2005, I was honored by The Psychotherapy Institute " recognition of his generosity of spirit, good humor, & excellence in training, supervision, and leadership."
(510) 671-8119
Berkeley, California 94704
Mary Ann Leff, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Berkeley
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MFT
“I have been in practice for more than 30 years, seeing adults, older adolescents and couples presenting with a range of issues. My clients deal with transitions in life, school, work and relationships; they may need healing from past abuse or current loss; they may be facing existential, identity or situational crises. I engage actively with my clients and am influenced by a social/feminist perspective, common sense and a good sense of humor.
(510) 404-8350
Berkeley, California 94703
Lori Silver, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Berkeley
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT
“Let's collaborate on identifying what is working in your life and apply those strengths to areas you want to change.
(510) 957-4727
Berkeley, California 94705
Greg Mayer, Marriage & Family Therapist Intern  in Berkeley
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist Intern, MFTI
“I specialize in Couple/Marital Therapy and can help you heal and transform your relationship into one that is more loving and emotionally engaged. I have advanced training in Emotionally Focused Therapy for Couples (EFT), which is the most well researched and effective form of couple therapy; because of this research, EFT is considered a proven form of therapy by the American Psychological Association. I work in a collaborative and non-judgemental way that focuses on the dynamic of the relationship, instead of blaming either partner.
(510) 400-4229
Berkeley, California 94705
Helmut Relinger, Psychologist  in Berkeley
“In my 30 years of practicing psychotherapy, I have treated virtually every psychological problem imaginable. I have learned that it is crucial to see every person as unique and special, and to tailor my therapeutic interventions to meet individual emotional needs. While my therapeutic orientation is based on Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy, I am flexible and inventive in crafting healing strategies. For anxiety related problems, such as insomnia, PTSD and phobias, I use hypnosis to calm and soothe emotional states, while simultaneously coaching my patient to change the habitual thought patterns that activate feelings of panic and doom. Emotional pain can also be ambiguous and complex. In these situations, I use dream interpretation and hypnotic regression to gain insight into the cause of the distress to most effectively provide life changing interventions. For marital/relationship conflict, I provide a functional analysis of what each partner needs to change to allow the relationship to work. We then practice these changes until they occur spontaneously. When shopping for a therapist, choose someone you like who has experience treating the problems you want to address.
(510) 747-8907
Berkeley, California 94705
Janet M Latoures, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Berkeley
“As we go through life, we all develop particular patterns for dealing with challenges. Though some of these patterns are helpful, others actually get in the way of reaching our goals. Sometimes we're not even aware that what we're doing may be sabotaging our happiness and success. In therapy, I will give you direct feedback which will illuminate these problematic patterns. This will help you understand how to overcome obstacles, and find deeper satisfaction in your life. As a therapist with over 20 years experience, I have helped many people work through depression and anxiety and move towards success.
(510) 986-4313
Berkeley, California 94707
Jim Becker, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Berkeley
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, MA
“My role as a therapist is to help you find a happy and meaningful life. Often, when one is beginning therapy, that can seem like an almost unattainable goal. But the act of looking for a therapist and making contact is itself a sign of hope. And in truth, we are already much closer than we think. In therapy we begin to look at how depression, anxiety or trauma distort our thinking and our self-image . By cultivating mindfulness and presence we begin to see ourselves more clearly and to make changes which are based on self-acceptance and compassion.
(510) 356-3348
Berkeley, California 94704
Jon V Platania, Psychologist  in Berkeley
“Now and then life presents us with the unexpected. This might be an unwelcome event, the loss of a loved one, disability, recovery from addiction, a major change, economic insecurity, loneliness. You will find me to be a compassionate and capable psychotherapist who in our work together can help you to live a happier, more contented and fulfilling life. So then, where are you now? Where would you like to go from here? Would you like to create a new narrative? I will do what I can to be of assistance. I practice here in North Berkeley. Let's talk.
(510) 843-0202
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
Kelley Bryan Gin, Psychologist  in Berkeley
“I have nearly 20 years treating children, teens, and families facing complicated emotional and behavioral conditions. How I work depends upon the circumstances bringing you to a psychotherapist as different problems and situations need different approaches. Every therapy is unique even if there are preferred methods and practices for treating anxiety, depression, and others. Each treatment is foremost a relationship. This often takes time, which may be a challenge when limited by schedules, insurance benefits, or circumstances. My goal is that psychotherapy is effective in addressing change in thinking and behavior, and that you find it helpful.
(510) 403-1450
Berkeley, California 94705
Randy Valerie Specterman, Psychologist  in Berkeley
“I have been a practicing Psychologist for over 15 years working with individuals, couples and families including adolescents and children. My theoretical orientation is informed by Psychodynamic, CBT, Transpersonal, and Mindfulness-Based orientations and I am a qualified EMDR practitioner. Most importantly I seek to offer a safe, open and welcoming space for you to meet and explore your sense of self, your life experience and the challenges you may be facing at this time. I have found this to be the basis for discovering your own capacity to make meaningful change and growth in your life.
(607) 218-5499
Berkeley, California 94709
Aaron Testard, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Berkeley
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT, LPCC
“Do you feel lost, in a void, questioning who you are or where you're going with no easy answers? Sometimes life takes an unexpected turn, we hit a bottom, or we just plain realize that something in us is different...or something must change. Such times of confusion and crisis are often the meeting point for our work together. They are also openings to self-discovery and emergence. In this process, I listen deeply for what you hope for, develop a relationship of trust, and work WITH you to establish the clarity and direction you need.
(510) 239-5686
Berkeley, California 94704
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MFT
“I help people with their difficult life experiences, from trauma to anxiety or depression in their personal or professional lives. I have a particular expertise in helping those who are experiencing conflict due to cultural differences, either because of sexual-orientation, or acculturation (Immigration).
(415) 886-1852
Berkeley, California 94704
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