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Therapists in Berkeley

Meshulam Plaves, Psychologist  in Berkeley
“At times, we cannot do it alone. Reaching out for professional guidance is a courageous step .You may be struggling with anxiety, depression, health issues, life transitions, relationships and family issues, stress, loss or an inability to achieve your goals. Psychotherapy can help by strengthening your resilience, enabling you to move through difficult challenges and make strong choices. In the safety of my office I will partner with you to find the most effective approach to meet your specific needs and goals. After 28 years, I continue to be gratified by the positive changes I have witnessed in my clients.
(510) 292-4747
Berkeley, California 94705
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
Tamara Reimer, Marriage & Family Therapist Intern  in Berkeley
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist Intern, MA, MFTi
“Are you struggling with feeling overwhelmed by your emotions, self-critical, disconnected from your body, unhappy and insecure in your relationships, overly anxious and stressed, and/or hopeless about future possibilities? If so, I encourage you to reach out to me for support. Through our work together my clients report feeling an increased sense of self confidence and awareness, appreciation for life, compassion for self and others, ability to clearly communicate, and capacity to tolerate their emotions and meet life's challenges as they arise.
(415) 202-6905
Berkeley, California 94709
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
Scott G Hartman, Psychologist  in Berkeley
“I have a passion for working with young adults and adults struggling to find a sense of personal or professional belonging in life--"Where do I fit in?" "How can I be seen and valued amongst co-workers, friends, family?" "Where's my tribe?" I also feel privileged to provide a space for individuals to grieve and work through childhood wounds which have kept them isolated and cut off from this fuller sense of belonging in life.
(510) 703-2493
Berkeley, California 94704
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
Susan LaCroix, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Berkeley
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, MFT
“I provide guidance and support for individuals and couples who want to confront challenges, gain insight, and make lasting change. I work well with people of all ages who are navigating major life transitions -- such as entering adulthood, facing midlife, changing careers, ending long-term relationships, or adjusting to an "empty nest." No matter what issues are being addressed, I bring to each session a calm presence, a nonjudgmental attitude, curiosity, and a sense of humor.
(510) 996-5573
Berkeley, California 94705
Alan J. Swope, Psychologist  in Berkeley
“I have worked with a wide variety of men, women, and couples during my over 30 years in practice. I believe that a warm, friendly, respectful environment is the best for facilitating change. I have also enjoyed teaching psychotherapy skills to graduate students and supervising other mental health professionals. This combination of experience and teaching has given me a unique perspective on how people change and become more personally fulfilled. I work with clients one or more times per week.
(510) 730-3580
Berkeley, California 94705
Denise A Traina, Psychologist  in Berkeley
“There are many reasons for seeking therapy, but most often the goal is to feel better, live more fully, or improve coping skills. I believe that effective therapy is tailored to the presenting issue, specific treatment goals, individual temperament as well as an ongoing assessment of effectiveness. My style is one of openness, acceptance, curiosity, respect, optimism, and encouragement.
(510) 380-8155
Berkeley, California 94705
“We at the Bay Area Center for Children love helping families and children of all ages through difficult times. Whether your child is struggling with acting out behaviors such as defiance or hyperactivity, or internalizing problems like depression or anxiety, we can help.
(415) 630-5202
Berkeley, California 94707
Tom Wooldridge, Psychologist  in Berkeley
“From our first meeting, I develop an approach that is responsive to your needs. Some clients already have a clear idea of the problems they want to solve. Others need time to explore their experience and to clarify what they'd like to change. I provide a safe space for this exploration to take place. Patients consistently tell me that my responsive and interactive style is helpful to them. In some cases, clients want me to just listen. Other times, it's most helpful for me to actively ask questions and offer new perspectives.
(510) 860-4473
Berkeley, California 94704
Deborah Kory, Psychologist  in Berkeley
“There is a crisis of meaning and purpose in our society and a lack of communities of support to guide us through the difficulties of modern life. I work with individuals and couples using psychodynamic, interpersonal and mindfulness-based approaches to help people move from lives of loneliness and alienation to lives of connection and purpose. Creating a safe and nurturing relationship with my clients is of primary importance in my work.
(510) 253-0121
Berkeley, California 94704
Peter H Coster, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Berkeley
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, PhD, LMFT, CPT
“We all want to be the person we were born to be. Being ourselves makes us happy. When we suffer from unhealed wounds from the past we don't feel safe in the world, comfortable with ourselves or others. We may try to overcome our shame and numb our pain in a variety of ways with drugs, alcohol, sex to name a few. I offer a gentle, non-intrusive and compassionate space for you to discover who you are. Together we explore those issues which currently block you from finding greater freedom in you life and intimacy in your relationships.
(510) 548-1713 x1
Berkeley, California 94709
Mindfulness Centered Psychotherapy, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Berkeley
“Do you find yourself getting stuck in old thoughts and feelings that create challenges in your relationships or career? Would you to feel present, clear and peaceful? It takes courage to go to therapy and work on issues that challenge you. Rather than giving you advice, we would look at how you're putting your experiences together, and how those create repeating patterns in your life; this is with the hope of getting enough information, willingness, and inspiration to try out new options and develop new patterns that are in greater alignment with your authentic self.
(510) 496-6029
Berkeley, California 94705
Kathleen Ranlett Mock, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Berkeley
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, MFT
“People come to me stressed, anxious, or depressed, whether from current sources, e.g., loss, life transitions, work and love difficulties, or from ongoing problems with issues from dysfunctional families, e.g., low self-esteem, codependency, addiction. My approach is holistic, honoring mind, body, and spirit. Interacting and providing feedback are important aspects of my approach, as are many problem solving tools: for trauma, EMDR and hypnosis; for stress, focusing and grounding meditation; for interpersonal problems, assertiveness training and other communication skills; and, for homework and self-support, reading material, and Twelve Step programs.
(510) 470-7969
Berkeley, California 94702
Tamara R Greenberg, Art Therapist  in Berkeley
Art Therapist, BC-DMT
“If you are seeking a body-oriented therapist you are ready to engage in creating a more meaningful life. Life is inherently full of challenges. Change is inevitable. The question is how do we deal with the struggles and joys with our own inner resources and resiliency. How do we deepen our relationship with ourselves and others and live a more satisfying life? I am a Board Certified Dance/Movement therapist, and have been a pioneering dance therapist before the specialty was certified.
(510) 841-1611
Berkeley, California 94709
Lindsay Ferlin, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Berkeley
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MFT
“Finding a therapist who feels like the "right fit" can be an overwhelming task but is one of the most important aspects of a successful therapy. I strive to provide a safe, comfortable, non-judgmental space for you to explore your thoughts, feelings and desires. My strengths lie in helping you to understand yourself and connect to your innermost thoughts, feelings and desires. Through fostering this connection I can help you break free from repetitive patterns, work through issues that are troubling you and understand your feelings and the reasons behind them so you begin to feel better. My style is warm, compassionate and curious.
(510) 413-8604
Berkeley, California 94705
Cathy Berman, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Berkeley
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, RNP, MFT
“Are you going through a major change such as leaving home, working through relationship struggles, becoming new parents, balancing home and work life, loss of a loved one or job or dealing with illness? Has your comfort zone been pulled out from under you? These changes can feel like a wave knocked you down. You have come to the right place if you want compassionate, yet straightforward support. Working together, we will focus on your goals, find solutions and help to get you feeling on track, healthy and equipped with new coping tools.
(510) 771-8972
Berkeley, California 94705
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
John Spudich, Psychologist  in Berkeley
“I offer both short-term and long-term therapy with adults, adolescents, and seniors. I have a good deal of experience with grief and loss, depression and anxiety, struggles unique to students (across a variety of ages), and issues particular to the creative process. I welcome individuals who desire adaptability in a therapist, deep empathy, and a collaborative attitude about what works.
(510) 564-9408
Berkeley, California 94705
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