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Therapists in Berkeley

Zo Newman, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Berkeley
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MFT
“I offer a compassionate, safe space in which you can begin to change negative patterns, heal early wounds, learn to support yourself with self-acceptance, and open to new possibilities.
(510) 878-3053
Berkeley, California 94709
Kate Bourne, Psychologist  in Berkeley
“Every day I meet with individuals and couples who are in the process of overcoming worry, depression, conflict and dissatisfaction to find greater joy, fulfillment and meaning in their lives. Therapy works. If and when you decide to take that first step, I think you will find me to be an insightful, responsive and non-judgmental individual with an extensive therapy "tool kit." My approach is interactive and personal. Together, we will engage in a process of exploration to clarify your concerns, access deeper layers of understanding, and find more effective answers to new or recurring life issues.
(510) 295-7941
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
Alexandra Elite-Marcandonatou, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Berkeley
“I provide psychotherapy to individuals utilizing a holistic approach that incorporates mindfulness-based cognitive therapy and is inspired by humanistic, psychodynamic, relational and attachment theories. Using an integrative approach, treatment is customized to meet your individual needs/interests. We can work together to gain a deeper understanding of yourself, your relationships and the way in which you respond to the stresses, demands and challenges you experience in your life. Along these lines, you will have the opportunity to explore relational patterns that may be getting in the way of deeper satisfaction and joy.
(415) 969-7895
Berkeley, California 94705
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
John Prosise, Psychologist  in Berkeley
“ I'll help you tap your strengths and enjoy them. I'll draw upon a lifelong fascination with the brain & its webs of experience and identity. I've seen this field discover the promise of therapy & the nature of the manifold self. . You may meet or recall events that strike a familiar nerve. Effective therapy allows the brain to put them to rest as they arise, without ponderous talk. I enjoy evidence-based approaches, attuned to your temperament & adapted to your agenda. I often have mid-week openings for adults and teens with lingering stress or challenges of mood, loss, trauma, & illness.
(510) 550-5424
Berkeley, California 94704
Bay Area Oppositional and Conduct Clinic, Psychologist  in Berkeley
“he Bay Area Oppositional and Conduct Clinic empowers parents and caretakers to help their children become better behaved, happier at home, and more successful in school. We specialize in children and adolescents who, despite being in loving circumstances, do not respond to regular discipline and rules. As professionals, we are intensely aware of how stressful oppositional and conduct problems are for families. Our clinicians tailor the therapy to work at a comfortable pace and practice with a sensitivity to the other demands in life.
(415) 630-4217
Berkeley, California 94707
Tali Barr, Psychologist  in Berkeley
“I believe that the most effective route to change and healing is through self awareness, I strive to work towards that end in all the therapy I do, both with couples and with individuals. I have found that there is no more powerful tool for breaking old patterns and affecting real change than self knowledge. With people who are curious and willing to look inward, I can help them do deep work and find out who they are and why they do the things they do..
(510) 408-7798
Berkeley, California 94707
Lee Townsend, Marriage & Family Therapist Intern  in Berkeley
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist Intern, MA, MFTI
“I provide culturally sensitive, empirically validated psychotherapy services to individuals, couples and families under the supervision of Dr. Dedalus Hyde. I am committed to the therapeutic process as a collaborative journey and consider it a great privilege to be entrusted with my clients' deepest thoughts and feelings. I am actively engaged with those who are grappling with issues of anxiety, depression, bereavement, life transitions, trauma, interpersonal difficulties and creative blocks, addressing my client's concerns in a humanistic and holistic manner that transcends preoccupation with pathology to work toward a life of deep meaning, creativity and interpersonal fulfillment.
(510) 684-9930
Berkeley, California 94707
Silvia Gorla, Psychologist  in Berkeley
“I work with individuals in a collaborative, empathic way, helping you develop a deeper understanding and acceptance of yourself. This greater awareness and acceptance allows for making important, lasting changes in your life. I use a variety of approaches in my practice depending on your treatment goals and individual needs. These include psychodynamic therapy (understanding how early relationships and experiences influence your current life), cognitive behavioral therapy (identifying and changing thoughts that may be contributing to difficulties), mindfulness (present moment awareness and acceptance), relaxation training, and emdr (eye movement desensitization and reprocessing, which can help heal the effects of trauma.)
(510) 371-4973
Berkeley, California 94705
Alexis Adorador, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Berkeley
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, MFT
“With twenty plus years of experience, I have had the pleasure of working with many clients from various cultural contexts. As a Latina, I am very familiar with the psycho social contexts and cultural considerations needed for culturally competent therapy. Since my practice is very close to U.C. Berkeley, I have also enjoyed working with many graduate and undergraduate students as well as adolescents in both school and private practice settings. I offer a free initial consultation by phone to assess your needs and to share my thoughts for working with you.
(510) 992-6235
Berkeley, California 94709
Norma Lee Myers, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Berkeley
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT
“There are usually two types of reasons people come into therapy. One is that find themselves making the same mistakes over and over again and they want to do something different, but are just not sure how. The other is that they have been carrying around a deep pain in their life that they want to resolve. Often these things are connected. This is why I work with you on two levels. I help you change the current unwanted behavior, while also helping you resolve issues from your past that may be effecting your reactions.
(510) 878-4296
Berkeley, California 94709
Angela Hasty, Psychologist  in Berkeley
“I am a clinical psychologist with more than 20 years of clinical experience working with men and women on issues of vital importance in their daily lives. I am deeply committed to helping people create the most fulfilling lives possible, as they move through and beyond challenges such as anxiety, depression, personal effectiveness, stress and work/life balance, grief reactions, relationships and self-esteem issues. When "life" has thrown you off our path, I work with you to restore your natural capacity for self esteem and healing, and provide unwavering emotional support as you create an enriching life with healthier relationships.
(510) 878-4910
Berkeley, California 94704
Natasha distiller, Marriage & Family Therapist Intern  in Berkeley
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist Intern, PhD, MA
“Are you feeling out of control of your life, or overwhelmed by your current situation? Do you feel trapped by what others expect of you, or by repeated negative patterns in relationships? I work with parents, children, and families, as well as with individuals, to explore what is happening and why, and to identify strategies for change. I take a systemic approach, recognizing the importance of your immediate and wider contexts for who and how you can be.
(415) 942-8740
Berkeley, California 94701
Nina Shilling, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Berkeley
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MFT
“Did you grow up with critical, neglectful, abusive or controlling parents? Have you found ways of coping with the painful emotions this provoked,but still sense they're in the background, leaving you feeling not okay as you are? You may find that you work too much, are hard on yourself, or retreat from life to avoid feeling shamed or attacked again. You may choose partners like your parents, causing you hopelessness about ever really being loved. Because this pain came from a relationship where you didn't feel seen,loved or understood, our relationship in therapy is very important.
(510) 878-4751
Berkeley, California 94703
Nikki N Sachs, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Berkeley
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I believe the therapeutic process is collaborative: You share your experience, I listen, respond, and together we find the way towards your goals and healing. Perhaps you have clear ideas about what you want to work on, or you might have a sense that life isn't going well, but you don't know why. You may have experienced troubling events in the past or in the present; perhaps a family member, friend or boss has encouraged you to seek help. I have more than 35 years of experience as a psychotherapist in the Bay Area. I welcome your call.
(510) 606-9965
Berkeley, California 94705
Matthew R. Mock, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Berkeley
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, PhD
“I have worked in private practice, in local communities and with numerous universities providing psychotherapy, consultation and training on multiculturalism, clinical interventions with children and families of diverse backgrounds, immigration, trauma, interracial relationships, family stress, and biracial identity. I received my Bachelor of Arts degree in psychology from Brown University and Doctorate and Masters degrees in clinical and consulting psychology from the California School of Professional Psychology (CSPP). I am the recipient of national and state awards and commendations from the American Family Therapy Academy, the California Ethnic Services Managers, the 2011 Distinguished Clinical Member Award from CAMFT, among others.
(510) 858-0120
Berkeley, California 94705
Courtney Lennard, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Berkeley
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Each person or couple has different needs, and therefore therapy is not a "one-size fits all" proposition. You may be best served by short-term therapy focused on a particular challenge you are facing, or by long-term therapy with broader goals. What I believe matters most is that therapy helps you to: gain greater insight into the challenges you face and, in doing so, feel better; acquire practical skills that will result in relief from your pain and suffering; and strengthen the long-term skills necessary for success in your personal and professional life.
(510) 239-5383
Berkeley, California 94705
Kristie A Vogel, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Berkeley
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MFT
“Hi, I am an experienced therapist with over 25 years of working with individuals, groups, couples and families. If you are experiencing anxiety, depression, fear, sadness, anger, or confusion, and the serenity and peace in your life is being compromised, I have experience helping people work through and understand these emotions. You can come out on the other side. I believe that everyone is wise and has their own solutions within themselves. I am dedicated to helping you find your solutions and your inner wisdom, so that you can live your life with joy, peace and serenity.
(510) 358-8596
Berkeley, California 94705
Joy Hillriegel, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Berkeley
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, MFT
“Joy Hillriegel is a Marriage and Family Therapist Intern. Joy is a sex positive, kink-, poly-, and LGBT-friendly therapist. She works with individuals and couples who find issues from their past are getting in the way of living the life they want to live or having the quality of relationships that they desire.
(510) 972-1815
Berkeley, California 94705
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