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Therapists in Berkeley

Jane Weisbin, Psychologist  in Berkeley
“In my practice I am dedicated to working on the complexities of single life, creating and sustaining romantic partnerships, meaningful careers, and happier family lives. I believe in staying ambitious for our psychological, emotional, relational and material selves. In that pursuit, we will explore old patterns and worries that inhibit those ambitions. We will create new expectations, based on the evidence we gather about our ability to move ahead and lead more satisfying lives. The work happens through an exploration of current relationships, as well as sorting through the early emotional experiences that inform them.
(925) 308-5504
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
Annie Wright, Marriage & Family Therapist Intern  in Berkeley
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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
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
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT, ATR
“My goal as a therapist is to provide you with a safe, supportive environment where we can work together to explore the personal barriers you might be facing in your life. I create a space of understanding as we work together to build awareness about yourself, your strengths, and the struggles that bind you. When it's appropriate, I also use art therapy as a tool with my clients to increase awareness through art-making and to explore and process current issues while providing reflective observations.
(510) 295-4364
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
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
Elayne Savage, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Berkeley
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, PhD, LMFT
“What about getting what you need instead of avoiding what you fear? Is it time to overcome those fears of rejection that hold you back and stop taking rejection and disappointment so personally? Do hurt feelings lead to anger and resentment - taking up so much relationship space there is barely room for connection and intimacy? Has miscommunication, anger and resentment caused problems in workplace situations as well? Together we can identify specific causes of your relationship misunderstandings. Often the culprit is feeling threatened by differences of style or you feel treated unfairly or you don't feel heard or respected.
(510) 344-6190
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
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
Nellni Singh, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Berkeley
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MS, LMFT
“I have a passion for working with life transitions. In life, we are challenged with consistent changes and the anxiety that accompanies these changes. As a therapist, my focus has been to manage accepting transitions that we experience in life, exploring life stages and the experiences that come with each new stage of life.
(510) 808-6365
Berkeley, California 94704
Cindy Sachs, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Berkeley
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, ABD, MFT
“Many people Ive seen in my 30+ years of practice seek psychotherapy in response to personal loss, relationship difficulties in love or work, trauma or self defeating thought or behavior patterns that have become unmanageable. As we begin to meet on a regular basis, the anxiety, depression or crisis that propelled them into my office starts to calm. Broader questions like Why do I keep waiting to live my life in the way I always imagined it to be? or Why have my personal or professional accomplishments not provided the fulfillment I hoped for? then begin to emerge.
(510) 986-4342
Berkeley, California 94704
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
Ariana Candell, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Berkeley
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT, R-DMT
“Therapy can a vibrant experience! We can discover together where your aliveness is, and what gets in the way, or keeps you from experiencing your connection, creativity, and grounding. We can work together to find the blocks inside you, and with awareness and gentleness, shift those to places of more flow and energy.
(510) 255-1141
Berkeley, California 94703
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
Eveline Wu, Marriage & Family Therapist Intern  in Berkeley
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist Intern, MA
“Are you someone who cares about living meaningfully, but instead find yourself in the grip of your moods? Maybe you get into stuck and lost places, or find yourself sad, angry, or feeling like noone understands because your life journey has been so out of the box. If you're like many of my clients, you may have had difficult transitions, or faced challenges due to gender, race, cultural history, intergenerational trauma, health issues or sexual identity, or past traumatic events. I would love to support you in regaining balance, in finding your authenticity, your voice, and feeling whole again.
(510) 488-3056
Berkeley, California 94710
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