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Therapists in Berkeley

Patricia B. Becker, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Berkeley
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, PhD, LCSW
“Developing a trusting relationship is the most important element in successful psychotherapy. We will create a unique relationship that encourages your expression of inner feelings and learning to know what is true for you. I appreciate depth work, and although weekly sessions are beneficial, up to three sessions per week deepens the process. I frequently work with the following issues: depression, anxiety, relationship problems, disabilities and chronic illness, post-traumatic stress, self-esteem, self-actualization, adult survivors of child sexual or physical abuse, and dissociation.
(510) 470-7449
Berkeley, California 94705
Natasha distiller, Marriage & Family Therapist Intern  in Berkeley
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist Intern, PhD, MA
“Are you feeling out of control of your life, or overwhelmed by your current situation? Do you feel trapped by what others expect of you, or by repeated negative patterns in relationships? I work with parents, children, and families, as well as with individuals, to explore what is happening and why, and to identify strategies for change. I take a systemic approach, recognizing the importance of your immediate and wider contexts for who and how you can be.
(415) 942-8740
Berkeley, California 94701
Rebecca Bluestone Epstein, Psychologist  in Berkeley
“I am a Berkeley clinical psychologist who has been in practice for thirty+ years. I see children, adolescents, adults, couples/families who are seeking help for relationship problems, depression, anxiety, post-trumatic stress, losses and life transitions. I am known for my excellent dedicated patient care, warmth, trustworthiness, problem solving and good sound advice. I provide a supportive environment to enhance healing and change.
(510) 379-4784
Berkeley, California 94705
Leyla Kuntsal, Marriage & Family Therapist Intern  in Berkeley
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist Intern, MA, MFT, Intern
“* * Break Free of Limiting Beliefs or Patterns * * Have More Fulfilling Relationships * * Find Relief * * Cultivate Self-Compassion * * Transform Negative Patterns in Your Relationships * * Quiet Your Inner-Critic * * Learn to Communicate Honestly and Effectively * * Identify Your Needs & Be Open About Them * * Set Clearer Boundaries * * Feel More Like Yourself * * Stop Worrying What Others Think of You * * Get Even More Out of Your Life * *
(510) 328-4199
Berkeley, California 94709
Suzanne Berens, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Berkeley
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, MFT
“What is your deepest desire? If you find yourself going through the motions of your life without feeling joy, vitality or love I can offer a way back to peace and a sense of wholeness. I can help you discover how false beliefs hold you back from what you most want and how to find your most authentic self. Often what holds us back are unacknowledged competing values based on fear. Through deep inquiry, body awareness and present-moment attention, I help honor where you are now as well as explore the richness that lies dormant within you.
(510) 858-0698
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
Jennifer Birch, Psychiatric Nurse  in Berkeley
“I am a psychiatric-mental health nurse practitioner who provides psychiatric medication management and psychotherapy in Berkeley, CA. I treat adults with depression, anxiety, insomnia, PTSD, ADHD, bipolar & other mood issues. I have over 15 years working in psychiatry and other mental health services. My goal is to listen to you and provide you with information you can understand, so that you feel empowered to make informed decisions about your care. We will work together on your treatment plan, because your perspective is essential and central in designing the right plan for you.
(510) 629-6267
Berkeley, California 94707
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
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
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
Bay Area Couples Counseling, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Berkeley
“SPECIALIZING IN COUPLES COUNSELING: It really hurts when the person you love is focused on "being right", rather than really getting you! Does your relationship create a deep pain or numbness in your heart? When we start to believe that our LEGITIMATE needs for connection will not be adequately met with our partner, it is easy to focus on our personal needs (at the expense of our partner's). A NORMAL human response to this is: nagging, petty repetitive fights, silent-treatments, numbing out, outbursts, being condescending, focusing on being right (rather than really listening). I DON'T PLAY REFEREE!
(510) 686-3390
Berkeley, California 94705
Lee Townsend, Marriage & Family Therapist Intern  in Berkeley
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist Intern, MA, MFTI
“I provide culturally sensitive, empirically validated psychotherapy services to individuals, couples and families under the supervision of Dr. Dedalus Hyde. I am committed to the therapeutic process as a collaborative journey and consider it a great privilege to be entrusted with my clients' deepest thoughts and feelings. I am actively engaged with those who are grappling with issues of anxiety, depression, bereavement, life transitions, trauma, interpersonal difficulties and creative blocks, addressing my client's concerns in a humanistic and holistic manner that transcends preoccupation with pathology to work toward a life of deep meaning, creativity and interpersonal fulfillment.
(510) 684-9930
Berkeley, California 94707
Stephen Eric Sienknecht, Psychologist  in Berkeley
“I believe that a good psychotherapy treatment should facilitate a process of self-inquiry, where one discovers, over time, how to become more authentic, both with oneself and with others. I practice deep listening with my patients and hold space while they explore their inner world, thoughts, feelings, fantasies, and visions. I specialize in treating people with mood disorders, distress associated with chronic medical conditions, and substance abuse problems.
(415) 524-0314
Berkeley, California 94705
Jane Reynolds, Psychologist  in Berkeley
“I am a psychologist and a certified Jungian analyst. I have been in private practice for over thirty-five years. I have considered it a great privilege to work with many different people, from individuals coping with the uncertainties and ambiguities that accompany life transitions, to others who suffer from a range of painful symptoms and conditions such as anxiety, depression, grief, addictions, trauma, divorce, identity issues, spiritual crisis, mood disorders and major psychiatric disorders. I primarily work with adults of all ages, including couples. I offer Jungian analysis as well as culturally competent and emotionally related psychotherapy.
(510) 343-5397
Berkeley, California 94707
Isabelle M DeArmond, Psychologist  in Berkeley
“There are times in life when we feel lost and down, when we feel the same story unfold again and again and we desire some change. We may also continuously carry the wounds of previous trauma. My approach is to develop a therapeutic alliance with my patients in a climate of trust and respect for their unfolding life story. Progressively, we develop a relationship with some underlying, hidden aspects of the personality which could, among other avenues, express themselves in dreams. Ultimately, the respectful relationship to one's center, the Self, brings healing and a creative transformation.
(707) 825-3202
Berkeley, California 94704
Ellen Dekker, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Berkeley
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, MFT
“Within the warmth & trust of the therapy relationship, I can help you relate to yourself & others differently. When life presents us with challenges, we can become less grounded, more reactive, & respond in familiar, unproductive ways. I have over 25 years of experience and use relational, mindfulness and somatic modalities, including Qigong to help people ease their distress while working on deeper levels of transformation. Let me help you experience yourself and your relationships differently, enabling you to make choices that will generate lasting change. Please look at my website for more information.
(415) 448-6921
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
Astarte Lippman, Marriage & Family Therapist Intern  in Berkeley
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist Intern, MA
“I believe that our journey through life is sacred. There are many ups and downs throughout this journey, and it is helpful to have a witness and guide along the way. I am deeply passionate and committed to personal growth, integrative healing, dreamwork, and tapping into boundless wisdom within the body, mind, and spirit. I provide a warm, grounded, and non-judgmental space for you to explore where you are and discover where you want to be. I am interactive, responsive, and grounded. I make space for laughter, as well as tears.
(510) 344-6577
Berkeley, California 94703
Kathleen S Pierce, Psychologist  in Berkeley
“I have extensive experience working with survivors of trauma, both military and civilian (since 1995). Substance Use disorders are often an unwelcomed side-effect of trauma, and I can work compassionately when they co-occur. My clinical experience spans across the lifespan. I understand the unique challenges that developmental age plays re: traumatic events, death and loss. I take a gentle yet proactive approach to treating trauma. I know the difficulty of talking about these most personal and often horrifying events. I have compassion and respect for survivors of trauma. My approach to treating trauma is reflective of this.
(510) 246-3479
Berkeley, California 94705
Fran J Segal, Psychologist  in Berkeley
“My theoretical approach blends mindfulness and depth / psychodynamic orientations. Mindfulness practices are highly effective in helping you find relief from negative thought patterns that lead to depression or anxiety. In depth psychotherapy, I provide guidance and compassionate support to help you understand the roots of current problems and make positive changes with insight and wisdom.
(510) 730-1866
Berkeley, California 94707
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