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Therapists in Berkeley

Karen Harber, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Berkeley
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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
L. Elena Hernandez, Psychologist  in Berkeley
“Are you a parent whose child is falling behind academically, or having trouble connecting with peers? Perhaps you are navigating some major life changes or looking to break free from destructive relationships. Psychotherapy can be a useful tool for finding new ways to understand and approach life. Therapy can also help alleviate symptoms of depression, anxiety or trauma.
(510) 788-2146
Berkeley, California 94705
“I have years experience working with children, families and parenting. I also specialize in working with people with illness. I have an eclectic approach to treatment including narrative therapy, coaching, imagery work and hypnotherapy, as well as play therapy. I am very interested in helping people get out of their "stuck" places and work on realizing their life dreams and goals.l work with the impact of illness on everyday life. Another of my specialties is working with children and families. I have play activities, art materials, and sandtray in my offices and enjoy connecting with children as well as working with family dysfunction.
(510) 478-9653
Berkeley, California 94710
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
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
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, EMDR and Mindfulness-Based orientations, and use somatic methods as well to complement our discussions and inquiry . 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
Sarah McCartney, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Berkeley
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MS, MFT
“Are you a lesbian couple in the process of deciding to become parents? Are you an individual seeking support while you and your partner are thinking about beginning a family? There are unique decisions that you may be currently facing such as, pregnancy or adoption, which partner will become pregnant, and how will both partners feel involved as parents. It is important for you to have a safe space to explore these questions. There are feelings that accompany the decisions that you are making, and partners may feel differently. This sometimes challenges the connection between you.
(510) 246-3475
Berkeley, California 94705
Peter Silen, Psychologist  in Berkeley
“Therapy is an opportunity. When familiar ways of being in the world no longer prove useful, therapy offers the possibility of discovering aspects of ourselves that can help us lead a richer, more fulfilling life. I offer both short-term treatment and long-term intensive treatment depending on your needs. Working to develop a safe relationship we can explore together how past events and patterns of relating to others contribute to difficulties with the goal of improving relationships and issues at work, and to help you achieve a more stable and fulfilling sense of who you are in the world.
(510) 606-9823
Berkeley, California 94709
Sarah Weinstein, Marriage & Family Therapist Intern  in Berkeley
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist Intern, JD, MA, MFTi
“Before becoming a psychotherapist, I practiced law for 12 years in large, corporate firms in New York City and San Francisco. I also clerked on the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals and the Northern District of California. I have a deep understanding of the challenges and rewards inherent in legal and other high-stress corporate positions and am able to offer psychotherapy that is particularly well-suited for individuals in these fields. My style is connected, warm, curious, and engaging with a sense of humor when appropriate. I provide an antidote to the frenzy and isolation of an always-on career.
(510) 292-4914
Berkeley, California 94705
Mary C Walsh, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Berkeley
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, MTS, LMFT
“I offer therapy for individuals, couples and families wanting to improve communication and develop more satisfying relationships. I have special experience in trauma and addiction. As a long-time practitioner, my approach has evolved to integrate contemporary psychology with mind/body techniques and research-based interventions. My goal is to provide a safe place, a compassionate presence, intelligent diagnosis, and concrete strategies to help my clients tap into and strengthen their own natural inner resources.
(510) 417-3441
Berkeley, California 94710
Preschool Psychology, Psychologist  in Berkeley
“If your child is experiencing tantrums or aggression, feels anxious, angry, or sad, has a low tolerance for frustration, or has poor relationships with other children or adults, I can help. I am a therapist specialized in working with young children and their families. I work with parents to help them understand their child's behavior and know how to respond during difficult parenting moments. I work with children to help them build social skills, understand and regulate their emotions, and overcome traumatic experiences (ex.death, illness) or difficult life transitions (ex. birth of a new sibling, divorce, school expulsion).
(510) 282-5710
Berkeley, California 94703
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
Patricia Hart, Psychologist  in Berkeley
“My work is informed by attachment theory and developmental neuroscience and focuses understanding the early strategies you developed in your unique family of origin. These strategies,shaped by individual strengths and vulnerabilities, evolve and change with developmental opportunities and stressors and are utilized throughout the life span especially in times of stress, although they may not serve us well. As an interactive and engaged therapist I use the therapy relationship to help you better understand and develop your capacity in your relational world with partner, children, parents, work, creative and spiritual quests on a path of growth and healing.
(510) 985-4507
Berkeley, California 94707
Betty Tharpe, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Berkeley
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MFT
“I work with adults, adolescents, children and couples / families. If you are anxious, depressed, or lonely; in a troubled relationship, hobbled by grief, haunted by childhood trauma, or painful, confusing feelings, it can be hard to make headway alone. There are times when the reason for coming to therapy is clear (a loss, a crisis), other times a feeling that something is holding you back, or keeping you from your self.
(510) 735-8960
Berkeley, California 94705
Sophie Soltani, Psychologist  in Berkeley
“I strongly believes in an individual's ability to change and improve the quality of his or her life. I view my role as a catalyst for transformation and work to create a safe collaborative environment of mutual trust, where any issue can be discussed and explored in depth. www.drsophiesoltani.com
(510) 431-2835
Berkeley, California 94704
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
Janice A Schmidt, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Berkeley
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT
“Ready to thrive in your life? I provide therapy for people who want to change unhealthy patterns. People who have worked with me say they feel safe and compassionately supported. My presence and guidance can assist you in making small but significant changes in your life, create a deeper understanding of yourself and your emotional states, and clarify your thought patterns. Together, we will identify and engage your intuition, and develop your personal strengths providing resilience.
(510) 497-0058
Berkeley, California 94704
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
Jay Williams  in Berkeley
“I'm an ASW psychotherapist who works with individuals and groups, from young adults to seniors. While I enjoy working with clients from very diverse backgrounds, I have focused particularly on working with Queer and Trans individuals, POC communities, and People with Disabilities. I love getting to work with groups and individuals, and having the opportunity to support people in moving towards emotional, social, and life goals!
(510) 342-5789 x1
Berkeley, California 94704
Kate Engelberg, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Berkeley
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MS, MFT
“I am a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist practicing in north Berkeley. I am a graduate of San Francisco State and the Women's Therapy Center training program. My approach to therapy is psychodynamic and relational. I offer a calm, warm, open, nonjudgmental presence and a safe, supportive space where you can explore your feelings and needs, receive validation of your experience, and discover new options for your life. I see individuals and couples, and I have a low to moderate fee scale. I have hours on weekdays, weekday evenings, and Saturdays.
(510) 379-4764
Berkeley, California 94707
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