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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
Deborah Essex, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Berkeley
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MFT
“For over 25 years, I have counseled children, teens, families and adults. I am comfortable working with clients from a variety of backgrounds and with a variety of problems. I have helped many people find relief from stress due family problems, relationship difficulties, job stress, fear, anxiety, self-esteem, co-dependency, parent-child problems, divorce, identity issues, grief and loss.
(510) 878-5164
Berkeley, California 94705
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
Alex Hoeplinger, Marriage & Family Therapist Intern  in Berkeley
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist Intern, MA
“Life can get extremely heavy and complicated all too easily. While challenging periods in life, relationships, or family can overwhelm, they also bring rich opportunities to cultivate resilience, a deeper connection, and lasting fulfillment. I will help you work through your pain and struggles by supporting you in developing a stronger sense of Self. My person-centered approach, which focuses on you rather than your symptoms, will guide you in developing more autonomous control over your life, fears, and relationships for more holistic mental health. This will help you break out of patterns that have you feeling stuck and lost.
(510) 488-6395
Berkeley, California 94705
Patti Wiley, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Berkeley
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MFT, PhD
“My first goal is to build a respectful, authentic, supportive relationship with you that will allow us to explore your hopes, dreams, talents and strengths as well as anxieties, self-doubts, hurts, and traumas. Feeling safe enough to talk with another person about anything at all, positive and negative, and to be curious with that person about experiences and feelings, can be freeing, empowering, and healing.
(510) 466-1436
Berkeley, California 94707
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, MFT
“A satisfactory relationship to one's self is the most significant element in finding a way through life's challenges. Sometimes this pathway feels chaotic, confused, conflicted, or just not strong enough. Sometimes life experiences overwhelm our capacities to contain and reflect on their meaning for us in a way that keeps us from our potential as persons, as partners, or as an employee/job holder. Therapy offers an opportunity to listen to yourself in an uniquely individual, finely-tuned, non-judgmental way. Fears, sadnesses, and blocked places may all find they have something important to reveal to us when explored in a therapeutic relationship.
(510) 878-4522
Berkeley, California 94705
Jonathan Burstein, Marriage & Family Therapist Intern  in Berkeley
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist Intern, MA, MFTI
“Therapy is a journey of self-discovery in the service of healing, insight, and change. As your therapist, I am a dedicated partner and a collaborator on this journey. I approach our work with a warm, compassionate interest in you, your life stories, and the various ways you try to solve life's challenges. We look together for untapped strengths and resources, unhelpful and unconscious patterns, and new ways of relating to yourself and the others in your life. Together we come to new understandings and new experiences that will directly influence your life outside of the therapy room.
(510) 982-6202
Berkeley, California 94705
Melissa C Anderson, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Berkeley
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, MFT, PhD
“Anxiety and depression often signal that something important is going on . . . just beneath the surface. Making sense of this pain, how it's guided you in the past, and its current role in perceiving the world, your place in it, and how to get what you truly desire is at the core of our work. Meeting weekly, or more frequently, therapy provides an environment to help reflect,understand, and grow. My experience and interest encompasses formal diagnoses (abuse history, serious mental illnesses, and trauma) or that less defined, more pervasive sense that something is just a little off.
(510) 459-9669
Berkeley, California 94707
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
Caroline McDowell, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Berkeley
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, MFT
“Are you having the same conflict over and over again with your partner, adolescent daughter, parent, friend, or boss? Are you feeling ambivalent about having a child or do you already have a child and feeling stuck with your parenting skills? Are you and your partner struggling with infertility issues? Are you feeling depressed, anxious, or wanting to revamp your life? If any of these questions resonate with you then I may be able to help you. I have successfully worked with people dealing with similar life challenges; I hope to have the chance to work with you too.
(510) 496-3457
Berkeley, California 94705
Bradley Engwall, Psychiatrist  in Berkeley
“As a Board-Certified psychiatrist, trained in General Psychiatry and Child/Adolescent Psychiatry, I offer comprehensive psychiatric evaluation and treatment for most psychiatric conditions to ages 5-60. My approach is patient-centered and engaging. I place a premium on creating an effective collaboration. I enjoy working with adults, kids and teens. My expertise in using a variety of types of psychotherapy, integrative/functional medicine and psychiatric meds means that I can offer an assessment and treatment plan that suits an individual's/family's needs and values.
(510) 984-6890
Berkeley, California 94704
Liane Baskin, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Berkeley
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT
“I will never talk to you as if you are broken. You are not broken. You are a human being, having a human experience that is sometimes messy & difficult, & you are responding in the best ways you know how. My focus is on the body: somatic therapy. I use many tools but at the root, our work together will invite the body into the room. You don't need to know anything special or do anything differently, just be open to exploring what is happening in your body as we talk (sensations, feelings, images, thoughts, movements).
(415) 802-0742
Berkeley, California 94709
Katya Woodmansee, Psychologist  in Berkeley
“Do you find yourself being frustrated by your child's behavior? Do you sometimes catch yourself wishing you were a better parent or thinking "I sound just like my mother?" Parenting can give us enormous rewards and also deeply challenge our limits. It can bring up experiences from your own upbringing that you thought you had left behind. I help parents address the stresses that come with parenting so they can focus on enjoying their relationship with their child. Together we can think about what would help you raise a child who is happy and resilient.
(510) 986-4803
Berkeley, California 94705
Cici Kinsman, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Berkeley
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, MFT
“My style is engaged, authentic and direct, while holding space for our complete focus on your work at your pace. I operate with deep respect for the ways in which culture, race, class, gender, gender identity, immigrant status, sexuality, and physical ability can impact your experiences and sense of yourself. I work with a wide range of clients including individuals, adolescents and couples of all sexual orientations (heterosexual, gay, lesbian, queer, bisexual); clients of all genders and gender identities; people of multicultural or immigrant backgrounds; parents, prospective parents.
(510) 594-4344
Berkeley, California 94705
Maria Pilar Bratko, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Berkeley
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, MFT
“Generally, what brings clients to my office are concerns related to work, relationships, and life. What I offer is depth psychotherapy for individuals and couples and welcome those from the Latino community. In individual therapy I will work with you to better understand your feelings and thoughts, find new ways for dealing with problems, and be more effective in recognizing and meeting your needs, desires, and aspirations. Couples often want to understand where their communication is not effective. In couple's therapy I will work with both of you to improve your relationship by strengthening communication skills. I don't work with domestic violence.
(510) 648-5384
Berkeley, California 94705
Rulik Perla, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Berkeley
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT, MA
“I want to know what brings a smile to your face as you realize that your life is waiting to be lived. Smiles might seem a remote option at this time, or even completely forgotten. You might be in pain and you hope for change. You might even think that there is something wrong with you. There is a part in you which knows the task at hand and exactly why it is here. It knows how to be alive and how to share that being with others. I am curious about that part.
(510) 403-1927
Berkeley, California 94709
Eveline Wu, Marriage & Family Therapist Intern  in Berkeley
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist Intern, MA
“Have you been feeling like some part of you is blocked from moving forwards or changing? Or are you dealing with challenges in your relationships, anger outbursts, sadness, or withdrawal? Maybe you have experienced difficult events early in life that still effect you today. Or chronic health issues. If so, psychotherapy can help when you are feeling confused about how to get to the next steps in your life, running in circles, or caught in an overwhelming situation.
(510) 488-3056
Berkeley, California 94710
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT
“Connect with your natural healing process already working within you. I help & support you in developing increased empowerment, connection, health, & inner freedom. Together, we honor your strength, courage, and creativity, and face your challenges from both past and present. At a pace that's right for you, process old patterns or trauma & move forward with new possibilities.
(510) 246-3786
Berkeley, California 94704
“Like many therapists I like articulate motivated clients. However, I also like difficult clients:I like clients who question how I think;who have never been to therapy before or who have had a previous therapy experience which was unsatisfying. If I weren't a psychotherapist I'd be a stand-up comic, so clients with a good sense of humor would appreciate me. I work well with men struggling to be emotionally tuned in to their partners. I also work well with individuals in mid-life who are questioning what to do with the rest of their life.
(510) 878-4781
Berkeley, California 94709
Westley Rutter  in Berkeley
“I view therapy as a collaborative relationship, seeking to form a partnership to explore your struggles, moving towards growth and healing. I am experienced in working with anxiety, depression, substance issues, grief/loss, relationship difficulties, trauma, oppression, chronic medical conditions, sexuality, eating disorders, and adoption issues.
(415) 737-6154
Berkeley, California 94705
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