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Therapists in Oakland

“I work by closely following how your present yourself and what begins to open up as we get to know each other. I am interested in helping you discover your authentic self, and living your life with consciousness and wholeness.
(510) 900-8065
Oakland, California 94611
Melvin L. Escobar, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Oakland
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, RYT
“With 20 years experience providing direct social services, I understand that being of service to others is an enormous privilege as well as a responsibility. I strive to provide a safe-enough space for my clients to feel both nurtured and challenged in finding their own internal source of wisdom and healing. I identify as a gay cisgender man of color and second-generation Salvadoran-Iranian. I am bilingual Spanish-speaking. I help teach my clients the crucial role compassion (for both self and others) can play in healing personal and interpersonal wounds.
(510) 592-6955
Oakland, California 94609
Stuart Lee, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Oakland
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT
“Are you seeking a better relationship with yourself or with others? Feeling "stuck" and want to move past obstacles or familiar patterns that are no longer useful to you? Do you find yourself with a toolbox of ineffective coping skills? Are you striving to live a more purposeful and meaningful life? I will provide a sensitive, thoughtful, genuine supportive presence where you can feel truly heard, understood, and acknowledged with acceptance and without judgment. I will also be an active participant in our working alliance to help move you towards experiencing the changes you seek and meeting your goals.
(510) 401-3760
Oakland, California 94618
Jane B Burka, Psychologist  in Oakland
“My clients are curious about their self-defeating tendencies. Why do they get in their own way in relationships, at work, in school, or in expressing their inspiration and creativity? We look together at the barriers to success that interfere with productivity and peace of mind. Because I have co-authored the book, "Procrastination: Why You Do It; What To Do About It NOW," many of my clients are trying to overcome procrastination that is causing guilt and anxiety. I also work with clients who have endured trauma, relationship difficulties, sexual and gender confusion, and low self-esteem. .
(925) 290-8958
Oakland, California 94618
Eleanor (Nani) Vohryzek, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Oakland
“I am a body-oriented psychotherapist in practice for 23 years. I work with individuals and couples and integrate several healing modalities into my work. These include: Somatic Experiencing, which is a naturalistic approach to the healing of trauma, Sensorimotor Psychotherapy (which works with developmental and attachment issues as well as trauma) and AEDP (attachment based work). I am a student of the Diamond Approach which informs all my work. I specialize in PTSD, depression, anxiety, loss, boundary issues, relationship issues, trauma, sexual abuse and life transitions. In couples'work, I facilitate empathy and understanding for each other and foster a new way of relating.
(925) 308-5320
Oakland, California 94618
Howard Pollack, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Oakland
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MFT
“The aspects of life that we take for granted, and therefore donít see, are the source of many of our difficulties. These are almost never questioned. We assess neither their validity nor their effects in our lives. This leaves us to repeat the strategies of living that have failed to work in the past. In psychotherapy we will question, clarify, and change some of your fundamental assumptions about your self, about how the world works, and about how you live. We will pay close attention to the problems you identify and also use our own relationship as a laboratory.
(925) 336-3317
Oakland, California 94611
John Parke, Psychologist  in Oakland
“I think of psychotherapy as a relational and creative process in which a person explores their lives, their interactions and experiences with specific goals of development in mind. My style is interactive and collaborative with an equal focus on a person's innate capacities as well as the illusive blind spots. Every person that comes into therapy has a distinct way of navigating through the world, and their own way of dealing with problems. My job is to comprehend that individual style and work with it to effect change. Optimally, that improvement is a natural expansion of your innate skills and strengths.
(510) 356-0254
Oakland, California 94610
Alissa Blackman, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Oakland
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, MFT
“When difficulties feel too much to handle on your own or with your existing support network, or when the next level of growth seems just out of reach, you may find yourself feeling squeezed by life and living with stress. Stress may challenge your health, emotions and thoughts and leave you out of touch with joy and happiness. Relationships with yourself and others can become difficult too. As your ally in holistic healing, I offer a supportive, warm presence so you can explore what's difficult, hone your strengths, and gain simple yet powerful mind/body tools.
(510) 564-7816
Oakland, California 94609
Losa Wong, Psychologist  in Oakland
“I am a Chinese American bilingual (English/Cantonese) psychologist and therapist who works with individuals, couples, and families in Oakland, Alameda County, California. My goal is to help you with a range of life issues that may include: Depression and anxiety, stress, problem gambling issues, identity, relationships, communications, developing a social support network, organizational and time-management skills, parenting skills, intergenerational conflicts, crisis situations at home or at work, food, eating and body image, self-injurious behaviors in teens and young adults, post-immigration stress, trauma experiences, life transitions, and grief and loss.
(510) 962-9405
Oakland, California 94607
Jan A. Vitek, Psychologist  in Oakland
“*****Please see my website at: www.janvitekphd.com/.***** A genuine, empathic, and caring relationship is at the heart of meaningful and helpful psychotherapy. I focus on creating a safe, warm, and reflective environment in which to explore thoughts and feelings and identify patterns of behavior. I seek an optimum balance between safety and nurturance and challenge and directness. Good psychotherapy is about making better choices about how to take care of yourself, how to form satisfying relationships, and how to attain your personal goals.
(510) 470-7843
Oakland, California 94610
Grateful Heart Holistic Therapy Center  in Oakland
“We provide affordable holistic psychotherapy with sliding scale fees throughout the Bay Area including San Francisco, Berkeley, Oakland and other bay area locations. We use diverse modalities including body-oriented, experiential and transpersonal approaches, to address the whole self: mind, body, and spirit. We serve individuals, couples, children and families at affordable rates and regularly offer groups and workshops.
(510) 858-0916
Oakland, California 94609
Carrie Flemming,   in Oakland
“I approach our time together as a creative collaboration. I hold an empathic and non-judgmental space for my clients to know their body, mind, heart, and soul as a foundation for deeper satisfaction. I blend my counseling skills with energy psychology, creative conversations and ritual into a sweet combination of effective and sacred support.
(510) 344-8348
Oakland, California 94610
Andrea Colombu, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Oakland
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
“The interface between contemporary psychology and the wisdom of contemplative practice spirituality is central to my work with individuals and couples and to my general approach to therapy. With the use of MINDFULNESS based therapy and a non-judgmental and non-pathological approach I create a healing and supportive environment were growth and transformation can take place through our in depth process of exploration. From this general holistic and contemplative perspective I address a variety of issues of emotional, existential and relational nature with both individuals and couples and would be very happy to help you as well!
(925) 247-3565
Oakland, California 94609
Jennifer Howard, Psychologist  in Oakland
“My approach is grounded in Cognitive-Behavioral and Attachment Theories. I also incorporate the practices of Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction and ACT. I aspire to meet the client where he or she is, and help each individual to work on his or her expressed goals. I enjoy taking this journey with clients to navigate some of their most difficult and challenging moments in life, to help prevent troubled kids or young adults from more serious trouble, and to help all clients who seek my support turn their life's biggest challenges into opportunities for growth and lasting change.
(510) 878-6002
Oakland, California 94611
Patrick D. Chrisman, Psychologist  in Oakland
“I believe that understanding and compassion are vital for building trust, mutual respect, and openness, all of which are essential in forming a therapeutic relationship that can encourage change. My style in therapy is a mix of person-centered, solution-focused, cognitive-behavioral, and psychodynamic theories. With children I utilize a variety of expressive therapies including play, art, narrative, sand tray and bibliotherapy. In working with children, adolescents and adults, I focus on coming up with solutions to your dilemma's that can help you fairly quickly in your day to day life.
(415) 570-8936
Oakland, California 94611
Mary McFarland, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Oakland
“Are you unhappy with your life? With yourself? Or your relationship? Are you looking for an experienced therapist who will listen to what YOU WANT and need? I am a kind compassionate seasoned professional who will help you understand yourself better. I have an engaged and collaborative style.
(510) 878-4764
Oakland, California 94618
Merry Ross, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Oakland
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, Mft
“My work ranges from people who have experienced serious trauma, and suffer from depression and anxiety to those who just want to feel better in their lives and their relationships. I love working with couples. I know from my own experience of being married since 1990 that relationships need nurturing and intention. I love helping couples find intimacy that may have been lost. I really see my work as helping individuals and couples live their best life!
(510) 969-6005
Oakland, California 94618
Cassidy Smith, Marriage & Family Therapist Intern  in Oakland
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist Intern, MA, MA
“Depression and anxiety can stem from so many different sources. Some find themselves disappointed with their relational lives, others are overwhelmed with work and other demands, while still others may still be feeling the reverberations of previous traumas. Some feel down, but can't quite identify why. I work with people who have a hunch that things could be better--and could use someone to help them figure out how.
(719) 722-3477
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
Jayn.Org, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Oakland
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist
“Offices in Palo Alto, Rockridge / Oakland & SF. Therapy doesn't have to be an arduous process. It should be fun and focused. In most cases, clients are able to discharge from therapy within 3-6 months, if it's a life transition problem. In severe cases, it does take longer. Specializing in trauma, abuse, alcohol and drugs, depression, anxiety, suicide, trust and abandonment, mental health symptom management and eating disorder. Therapist for interns / mental health professionals / medical professionals, needing a space to do their own personal growth work. Sliding scale and low fee slots available, depending on income.
(415) 237-2282
Oakland, California 94618
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