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Therapists in Oakland

Madeline Licker Feingold, Psychologist  in Oakland
“The difficulties and challenges of our lives involving our families, relationships, work and school may leave us feeling overwhelmed, anxious and depressed. People come to see me because they are at an impasse and need help. For over 25 years I have provided psychotherapy to adults, couples and adolescents and have strived to create a safe and open environment to explore thoughts, feelings and behaviors, gain insight into problems and understand obstacles that interfere with growth. I focus on the whole person and support people in developing new ways of coping, improving emotional well-being and implementing meaningful change.
(510) 924-0362
Oakland, California 94618
Lynn S Tracy, Psychologist  in Oakland
“Are you looking to transform your life? Are you tired of being caught in self-destructive patterns? Are you hoping for real change? If so, I am interested in collaborating with you to create the life you want. I am dedicated to helping you achieve your therapeutic goals quickly and fully. In my practice, I see people accomplish profound change on a daily basis. My style is straightforward coupled with compassion. In individual or couples therapy, I work diligently to help you overcome barriers to contentment in intimacy, relationships, work and family life.
(510) 985-4939
Oakland, California 94618
Shirin Shoai, Marriage & Family Therapist Intern  in Oakland
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist Intern, MA, MFTi
“If you're going through a difficult time, you don't have to keep struggling; psychotherapy can help you move forward with more energy and freedom. Anxiety, depression, high stress, and feeling stuck can be the result of trauma, difficult early relationships, or coping skills that no longer serve you. Using therapeutic tools and our collaborative relationship, you'll find a safe space to gain insight and discover new options for self-care.
(415) 366-8346
Oakland, California 94610
Callum Eastwood, Psychologist  in Oakland
“I have over 12 years experience working with adults, children, and adolescents experiencing relationship problems, anxiety and mood concerns, emotional and/or behavioral troubles, trauma and loss, and difficulties with burnout and the compassion fatigue of caring for loved ones with these issues. If you are an adult attempting to work through such difficulties in your life, the partner of someone having these problems, or if you are a parent seeking help for your child, I would welcome a chance to talk with you about how I may help.
(510) 460-1303
Oakland, California 94618
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
“As a therapist for over twenty four years, the focus of my work is helping people to create and sustain healthy relationships, and to learn how to thrive in their lives. I listen carefully to the nuances of what you say and don't say, and help you to become more aware of your unconscious beliefs and the energy that you hold in your body that may be an obstacle to your creating the life that you yearn for. Together, we take the journey of discovering what is in your way, and who you are truly meant to be.
(510) 246-3735
Oakland, California 94611
Alexandra Mitnick, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Oakland
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, MPH
“I specialize in using creativity, humor, and the arts in working with adults who are having intimacy and relationship issues. I enjoy working with individuals and couples, especially young people and families who are experiencing the stresses and complexities of family life. People have described me as inquisitive, insightful, curious and warm. I offer a solid presence, as well as a fresh, down-to-earth, and direct point of view to support you in your life's pursuits.
(510) 878-4467
Oakland, California 94618
Betty Baskind, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Oakland
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I believe that therapy is most helpful and successful within a safe, trusting relationship between the client and therapist. This includes helping people to identify their feelings and needs, and to see options for change. I provide gentle, non-judgmental feedback and pace the process to respect your boundaries. Some of my areas of specialization are: mother-daughter relationships, coping with cancer, loss and grief, relationship issues, living with chronic pain. My work with people includes a deep respect for the integrity of a person's life experiences, the power of an individual's pain and the desire to heal.
(925) 695-7922
Oakland, California 94611
Brandon J Vance, Psychiatrist  in Oakland
“Feeling stuck with anxieties, depression or relationships can be so uncomfortable, distracting and even disabling, not to mention making people feel hopeless. If you want to change, I am here to understand and to help. Active techniques such as Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) including "TEAM" therapy help you transform patterns on a gut level and give you tools to stay well. As an integrative psychiatrist, I also comprehensively assess what may be beneficial for you on a physical and psychological level including diet, healthy behaviors, wellness practices, supplements and medications.
(415) 969-6240
Oakland, California 94618
Rozelle Vogelman, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Oakland
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, MFT
“Finding a therapist is a daunting task. So I encourage you to call me for a free consultation to assess if we would be a good fit. If we aren't, I shall be glad to give you some referrals. My hope and intention in working with you is to help you on your journey to becoming the person you were meant to be. Together we will discuss your life challenges and your therapeutic goals, work on changing any habitual patterns that get in your way, and heal the emotional wounds of the past and present.
(510) 910-3537
Oakland, California 94609
Alison Trules, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Oakland
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“In times of transition life can be complicated and it may be difficult to make the best choices or decisions. A warm, experienced and compassionate psychotherapist can help guide you though these times. If you are struggling in your life right now, I offer you a safe place and the support that you need. Therapy will provide a structure that allows you to work on your relationship with yourself and improve your relationship with others. I work with adults and adolescents on a broad range of difficulties such as depression, anxiety, loss and grief, body image and eating disorders.
(510) 417-3442
Oakland, California 94618
Sandra Bryson, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Oakland
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MFT
“As a licensed Marriage and Family Psychotherapist and Mindful Communication expert, I work with you to discover what gets in the way of healthy relationships, happiness and ease. We also work together to help you be more present, authentic and compassionate. My interactive style is inquisitive, empathic and collaborative. I listen deeply, between the lines, and support your change and growth. Let me help you begin this rewarding journey.
(510) 269-4250
Oakland, California 94618
Mark Sullivan, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Oakland
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, PhD, MFT
“Successful psychotherapy is a partnership based on trust. People do change, becoming more truly themselves when they find the right, trained therapist and are able to talk freely. I listen to you with respect and you develop greater self awareness. This enables you to communicate more clearly, to reflect on difficult issues, and to let go of outmoded behaviors that do not further your deeper needs.
(510) 541-0548
Oakland, California 94618
Ken Takahashi, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Oakland
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT, SEP
“I will assist you to activate your innate ability, utilizing Nervous system & Neurology to break patterns of your issues. I will help separate negative emotions, thoughts & physical sensations from your issues such as trauma, panic attacks, anxiety & addiction. For instance, you have had a car accident before. You feel anxious whenever you see cars on the street. This means that the car accident is associated with the anxiety. I will help disconnect the anxiety from the car accident while rebuilding positive experiences in you. You will gradually re-associate the car accident with the positive experiences, transforming the old pattern.
(510) 601-1929 x5
Oakland, California 94611
Gregory L. H. Gayle, Psychologist  in Oakland
“My journey into mindfulness began with these 12 words: love, listen, truth, respect, compassion, forgiveness, patience, faith, self discipline, responsibility, joy & commitment. I wrote them down nearly 20 years ago to help children, and now they guide me in all of my relationships. Are you having problems in your relationship with your partner or family? Do you feel stuck in a circular pattern? I may be able to help you by using Emotionally Focused Therapy and mindfulness techniques.
(510) 985-4085
Oakland, California 94609
Rachel Licitra, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Oakland
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, MFT
“I approach each therapeutic relationship with openness, balancing thoughtful intensity with humor. My style has been described as warm, genuine, intuitive, and incisive. Together we can discover, explore, and hold what needs attending to, cultivating space for the fullness of your experience.
(510) 408-6821
Oakland, California 94610
Ellie Waxman, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Oakland
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT
“I work in an interactive, direct, empathic way, using warmth and humor to develop a strong connection that is the foundation of the therapy. Together we work towards knowing your needs and desires more deeply, while developing a compassionate and accepting attitude towards yourself. We discover the connections between your past history and beliefs and the present. With this greater self-awareness comes the ability to change self-limiting patterns and move beyond painful experiences, the capacity for more fulfilling relationships, the opportunity for more satisfying work and creative experiences, and the capacity for more joy and aliveness.
(510) 240-1850
Oakland, California 94618
Robert Bartner, Licensed Psychoanalyst  in Oakland
“Everyone can find life's challenges too difficult at times, but if you continually feel overburdened or struggle with negative patterns you've been unable to change on your own, I can be helpful. As a psychoanalyst with over twenty years of clinical experience, I specialize in helping people work through problems that have consistently held them back from fulfilling their goals. Patients often see me who are disappointed with important aspects of their life.Whether you've experienced a temporary setback, or suffer with a more chronic issue, a deeper inquiry into the problem can make all the difference.
(510) 295-4837
Oakland, California 94610
John Nickens, Psychologist  in Oakland
“I am a Clinical Psychologist trained in both short-term and long-term psychotherapy, and experienced in treating anxiety, stress, grief, life transitions, parenting challenges,and victims of crime and their family members. I also provide Executive Coaching for organization success. I also specialize in helping clients to address the cultural conficts and issues in our society, including issues resulting from cross-cultural relationships at home and at work. I am a member of the California Psychological Association, the American Academy of Bereavement, the Employee Assistance Professionals Association, Psychologists for Social Responsibility, and a Diplomate member in the American Psychotherapy Association.
(510) 287-9456
Oakland, California 94609
Peter Cole, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Oakland
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, CGP
“I work with adults: individuals, couples and groups. Clients with relationship, work/career, depression and anxiety issues are welcome, as well as clients who seek a growth oriented psychotherapy. Many of my clients are professionals seeking greater life satisfaction.
(916) 259-3972
Oakland, California 94618
Sarah Hester Psychotherapy, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Oakland
“Positive experiences of human connection are essential components of our emotional health. One of my primary goals is to facilitate this type of relational experience in the therapy setting so as to help you process and heal what hurts, while also empowering you with skills to manage emotions and behaviors in healthier, more effective ways as you move forward in life. My priorities also include striving to help my clients feel motivated, encouraged and valued. I am particularly experienced at treating anxiety and trauma for people of any age, including very young children. Please visit my website for more details.
(415) 237-2305
Oakland, California 94618
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