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Therapists in Berkeley

Gail Tennant, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Berkeley
Marriage & Family Therapist
“I have created a unique approach to helping people change. My goal is to honor and respect your individuality and to empower you to access your internal resources and infinite potential for growth and healing. I use hypnosis, guided imagery, dream work, somatic awareness and meditation as well as psychodynamic, cognitive and behavioral approaches. I will make you a tape and teach you to use hypnosis to overcome anxiety and depression, stop smoking, change unwanted habits, control pain, improve performance, enhance self-esteem and deepen spirituality.
(510) 470-7377
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
Walt Odets, Psychologist  in Berkeley
“About three-quarters of my practice is devoted to individual therapy with gay men and counseling for gay couples. The remainder of my therapy hours are devoted to women, the parents of gay men, and others. I specialize in gay and bisexual issues, depression, anxiety, self-esteem, aging, trauma, personal isolation, relationships, intimacy, sex, HIV, and survivor issues. I have written extensively about the psychological and social issues of gay men and gay communities, HIV prevention, and the US AIDS epidemic among gay men.
(510) 858-2863
Berkeley, California 94705
Sara Sunstein,   in Berkeley
“If you'd like to find peace in your body or free up some elusive pattern, somatic (body-based) therapy may be what you're looking for. My sessions blend gentle hands-on, movement, interactive imagery, and verbal guidance with warmth, safety, and good-hearted humor. I support your becoming present to your body/Self without judgement. As you reconnect nonverbally with yourself, stories and emotional knots hidden during talk therapy often reveal and resolve themselves. Working through the body, you'll naturally align body and heart, recognize new possibilities, resolve issues, feel better physically, and live more authentically.
(510) 240-1809
Berkeley, California 94705
“I am a licensed psychologist and credentialed school psychologist providing assessment, consultation, and psychotherapy services. I provide psycho-educational and neuropsychological assessment for children, adolescents, and adults. With over 20 years experience in assessment, I provide the client/parent with highly practical recommendations for accommodations and interventions to address learning disabilities, ADHD, Autism Spectrum Disorder, behavior problems, and other issues. I also provide parent consultation services, adult and child psychotherapy (including traditional play therapy, sand tray therapy, and Parent-Child Interactive Therapy), and academic coaching to improve achievement motivation, executive functioning skills, test taking and study skills.
(510) 817-2037
Berkeley, California 94705
Spectrum Practice of Berkeley, Psychologist  in Berkeley
“I provide diagnostics through psychological and neuropsychological evaluation; and therapy. My experience includes over twenty years in the field of human services focusing on under-served individuals to increase access to support and facilitate empowerment. Therapy, evaluation, and other means of self-exploration allow an opportunity to become more familiar with our strengths, clarify goals, and define directions for growth. My approach is short term and pragmatic for those that have identified specific needs and wish to achieve a particular objective(s). Others may desire more on-going support and exploration.
(510) 239-5325
Berkeley, California 94704
Loretta N Gordon, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Berkeley
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
“I love working with a broad spectrum of clients. My style is warm, client centered, down-to-earth & collaborative. I seek to empower clients and guide them towards expressing unspoken feelings, examining learned behaviors, and developing strategies for living a connected, compassionate life. I work deeply with current thoughts, beliefs and feelings about one's self as well as how you relate to the outside world to uncover deep seated self-judgment that blocks happiness. Feelings of anxiety, low self esteem, poor self worth, depression and unhappiness transform into greater acceptance and understanding.
(510) 239-5483
Berkeley, California 94704
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
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
Carlin Quinn, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Berkeley
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, MFT, RYT
“I specialize in working with individuals, teens, couples and families struggling to connect effectively with each other and the world around them. If you feel stuck in painful cycles or confused by destructive patterns in life, it may be time to enlist another person's support to develop greater understanding and to bring about change. By gaining insight into the ways you relate to others and the world, you will experience greater freedom, balance, and well being in your life. If you are living with unresolved trauma, aggression, addiction, identity issues or relational struggles, I can be of help.
(510) 398-1480
Berkeley, California 94704
Heather Weisbrod, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Berkeley
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“People often come to see me because they are feeling stuck, seeking relief from suffering, at transition points in their lives, or wanting a better understanding of their patterns. They may also be looking to develop new coping skills and new ways of responding to life stressors. My goal as a therapist is to create a space that facilitates healing and transformation by understanding each person's unique life experiences, strengths, and needs. My strengths lie in my non-judgmental approach and my focus on creating strong and authentic working relationships while providing tools that can be of immediate use.
(510) 246-3338 x2
Berkeley, California 94704
Lynne Ellen Henderson, Psychologist  in Berkeley
“I like to help people find and claim their own voices and contribute in ways that fit their unique talents and natural ways of being. I also believe that difficult periods in life facilitate psychological and spiritual growth, particularly if they are held with warmth, self-compassion and care. I enjoy working with college age people through older adults. I directed the Shyness Clinic Phil Zimbardo founded at Stanford for 25 years, where I developed the Social Fitness Model of treatment which focuses on effort and practice, the same way that people attain an adaptive, rewarding state of physical fitness.
(650) 458-4060
Berkeley, California 94708
Caroline Mok  in Berkeley
“I joined the practice of Dr. Paula Mandel as a Registered Psychological Assistant. Our practice specializes in providing psychotherapy to individual adults, adolescents, families, and couples. I have experience in treating numerous psychological disorders and supporting patients through difficult times, conflictual relationships, and troubling emotions. Along with the general areas of psychology, I specialize in the treatment of trauma. I have worked as a trauma researcher for seven years at the Palo Alto VA and Palo Alto University, publishing a book chapter on personality disorders and presenting at trauma conferences across the U.S. and Canada.
(510) 849-6819
Berkeley, California 94704
Lonnie Prince, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Berkeley
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, PhD, LCSW
“Many people have trouble finding meaning and vitality in their lives and are constrained by other people's expectations. If you feel that you can't fully own your life, perhaps talking about your situation would be useful.
(510) 686-3964
Berkeley, California 94705
Alison Potter, Psychiatrist  in Berkeley
“After training in Adult and then Child and Adolescent Psychiatry at Harvard, and practicing psychiatry in Boston for over 30 years, I'm delighted to return to my Bay Area roots and open a new practice. I have worked with all ages and a variety of modalities, from play therapy to talk therapy, and I consider and prescribe medication when appropriate. My style can be described as engaged, pragmatic and accessible. I believe that our symptoms are often our bodies' way of asking for help.
(510) 900-8706
Berkeley, California 94708
Tuli Rode, Marriage & Family Therapist Intern  in Berkeley
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist Intern, MA, MFTI
“I started as a hypnotherapist and went into the addictions field with my Native American community. Recently I decided to enhance my practice as a Marriage and Family Therapist. There is no task more difficult than managing and sustaining relationships. Add trauma and/or substance abuse to the mix and the toll on us is truly terrible. I believe in dignity and the ability of the brain to evolve and adapt into new ways of being and thinking. I often follow time honored ways of indigenous healing. I support the theory of whatever works, do it!
(510) 746-8155
Berkeley, California 94709
Annie Wright, Marriage & Family Therapist Intern  in Berkeley
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist Intern, MA, MFTi
“If you want to create lasting change in your life and move closer to the life you envision for yourself, beginning therapy with me can be the perfect place to start. Why? Because psychotherapy is a process of inner exploration leading to deeper understanding of how you relate to yourself, to others, and to the world in general. By working together, you and I will be able to uncover and understand any self-destructive, unconscious patterns and behaviors that are playing out and keeping you away from what it is you truly want in life.
(510) 254-3196
Berkeley, California 94703
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MFT
“I have been licensed for over 20 years and am interested in the combination of what isn't working in your present life that brings you to therapy, what is unresolved from past relationships that you'd like to clear up, and what comes up in our relationship as we get to know one another. These facets help us create a complex experience which can transform old stuck patterns. I also have a feminist and social justice orientation which informs my work.
(510) 788-2856
Berkeley, California 94709
Orit Weksler, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Berkeley
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MFT
“My training is in Expressive Arts Therapy, Psychoanalytic psychotherapy and EMDR. This combination allows me to work deeply and creatively, assessing your unique needs throughout the time of our work together. Therapy is a collaborative process: it happens in a space/time that is removed from the regular occurrences of life. As such, it is an opportunity to play around with ideas, thoughts and feelings in a safe setting.I take our work together very seriously, but do my best not to take myself too seriously. A sense of humor is an important component of this work, and of life.
(510) 356-2783
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
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