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Therapists in Oakland

Myra Altenau, Psychologist  in Oakland
“There is a world inside us that is loosened and discovered in therapy. Although it can be scary, it is really a feeling, finally, of coming home to that most vulnerable, creative and loving self.
(707) 709-8039
Oakland, California 94612
Kimberly Wilson, Psychologist  in Oakland
“I specialize in evidence based treatments for adults with anxiety disorders. This means I use methods that have scientific support for their effectiveness and efficiency. My training and treatment approach is cognitive-behavioral (CBT), and includes recent mindfulness-based adaptations. My style is warm, active, present-oriented, and focused on clear goals. I emphasize a collaborative relationship, and encourage my clients to take a very active role in their treatments.
(510) 394-1452
Oakland, California 94618
Catherine Stayer, Psychiatrist  in Oakland
“INTEGRATIVE PSYCHIATRY for CHILDREN, TEENS, ADULTS, and COUPLES. I see my role as one who accompanies you on a journey towards optimal health, vitality, and personal growth. Depending on your unique needs, my approach combines conventional modalities (i.e., medications and therapy) with complementary (i.e., botanicals, nutriceuticals, nutrition, acupuncture, guided imagery, etc.). The goal is not merely to treat symptoms, but to address the matrix of underlying causes and the obstacles that keep you from living your best life.
(510) 206-2620
Oakland, California 94618
Alex Black, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Oakland
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MFT
“Make therapy a gift to yourself and the journey of a lifetime! Experience the therapeutic process as an exploration into a landscape full of your self-empowering capacities, your hidden strengths, your dreams, your creativity, and your agencies that already exist. I work in collaborative ways with you, helping to identifying assumptions, thoughts, and patterns that are keeping you from the experiences, relationships, and life that you want. Replace out-dated belief systems with new ones that better reflect your current dreams. Move from the victim to the empowered.
(510) 250-3293
Oakland, California 94618
Caitlin (Caiti) Crum, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Oakland
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
“Chances are you're seeking therapy because there is something blocking your path. You may be looking for a way to heal pain, soothe anxious thoughts, cultivate loving relationships, or strengthen your family system. I focus on individualized, evidence-based therapeutic techniques that are respectful, culturally contextualized, trauma-informed and focus on the strengths of the person or people in the room. I believe that lasting change can best occur in a non-pathologizing environment where process and change are achieved by collaborative discussion and creative expression.
(510) 962-4668
Oakland, California 94609
Craig Toonder, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Oakland
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MFT
“Are you feeling frustrated trying to communicate with your partner? Do you feel unheard, alone, or like your needs don't matter? Do you feel like no matter what you say or do, it's never right? Many couples struggle with being unable to communicate effectively with each other without it leading to an argument. Often both people end up feeling frustrated or hurt, and needing to be heard. And at the same time, too upset to really listen and empathize with their partner. Then you're stuck until one of you gives up, and then you both lose.
(510) 499-7137
Oakland, California 94610
Jessica Jill Brugel, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Oakland
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Welcome! The focus of my practice is to work in partnership with my clients to help build resilience and facilitate positive change. I provide a safe and nurturing environment in which to explore options, and also offer the respect, understanding and empathy that encourages exploration and growth. As an experienced therapist, I will be there to accompany and collaborate with you on your unique journey. Therapy can assist with clarifying, setting and maintaining your specific goals, as well as provide a space for self-exploration.
(510) 900-8026
Oakland, California 94611
Cori Pansarasa, Psychologist  in Oakland
“Would you like to feel more present and peaceful in your life and more secure in your relationships? As a psychologist with 15+ years experience, I have helped many to overcome difficult life experiences and relationships to reconnect with the joyful, heartfelt adventure life is meant to be. Trained in both traditional and holistic/alternative understandings of mind-body-spirit, my experience includes private practice work with individuals, families and groups; clinical and training directorships at mental health agencies; supervision of student therapists; and consultation for mental health providers and organizations.
(510) 817-0685
Oakland, California 94618
Sara Lesser, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Oakland
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Are you fighting a lot? Is there a lack of passion? I enjoy helping couples to reconnect and to feel more satisfied in their relationship. I will help you learn new more effective ways to communicate and skills that will allow you to feel more compassion towards one another. I help people figure out what is wrong, make real changes and find ways to live a more fulfilling life. My style is collaborative, genuine and interactive. I believe humor can be an important part of getting through difficult times.
(510) 878-4008
Oakland, California 94618
Paul T Guillory, Psychologist  in Oakland
“My work has largely focused on the psychology of relationships. Please view my Website at www.paulguilloryphd.com for more details. I am Certified in Emotionally Focused Couples Therapy which means I have successfully under taken rigorous advance training and been approved by the International Centre for Excellence in EFT. With over 25 years of experience working with couples and families in the Bay Area, I am dedicated to helping couples address and resovle conflict. Often negative communication patterns are at the core of conflicts and can destroy the love between couples and families.
(510) 878-4876
Oakland, California 94609
Maegan Willan, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Oakland
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MFT
“Whatever you have lived through~ healing is possible. I provide therapy for people living outside of the mainstream, whether because of values and ideals or personal identity. Therapy with me doesn't require that you or I believe there is anything wrong with you. Instead it is a place where both of us work collaboratively and creatively to develop an environment where you can take more and more risks to be yourself. It is a place to keep growing. It is a place to get real about what matters to you and what challenges you. Keywords: radical, social justice, progressive
(510) 587-9180
Oakland, California 94612
Jackie Brookman, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Oakland
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, MFT
“If your life feels diminished by chronic anxiety, panic, depression and just feeling out of place, I can help. As a seasoned therapist, I will collaborate with you to shift from a life of limitations to one of spaciousness, choice and options. Using an integrative approach of talk therapy, somatic awareness/mindfulness and cognitive behavior techniques you'll gain the confidence and skills you need to manage your emotions and navigate your life, no matter the circumstances.
(510) 269-2469
Oakland, California 94610
Mica Gonzalez, Psychologist  in Oakland
“Parenting can be a deeply conflictual experience. Sometimes we agree with Bette Davis who said "If you have never been hated by your child, you have never been a parent." Other times we identify with Anne Lamott's notion that "There really are places in the heart you don't even know exist until you love a child." The seemingly unpredictable alternation of positive and negative feelings that come with raising a family can be painful and bewildering, and our self-esteem as parents suffers most when it becomes difficult to access the good in our closest relationships.
(510) 788-2640
Oakland, California 94612
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
Seiji 'Sage' Ohno, Marriage & Family Therapist Intern  in Oakland
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist Intern, SEP, MA, MA, MFTI
“I believe real transformation is possible. Our health, blueprint for healing, and who we truly are are waiting to be re-discovered and to be listened to. They may manifest as a powerful sense of longing in our lives. Our society taught us how not to listen to that longing. Instead, we end up distracting ourselves with busyness, food, drugs, relationships and so on. Yet, there is a part of us that still hopes there might be someone who can notice our longing and really see us. People with this longing are some of my favorite clients to work with.
(510) 403-8101 x6
Oakland, California 94609
Debra A Bronstein, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Oakland
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, MFT
“I provide a down-to-earth approach to self-exploration and personal development, recognizing the universality of both human suffering and human potential. I take a non-pathological approach to therapy, coming from a core orientation that each person is inherently valuable and has an innate capacity for wisdom and wholeness. My approach is dynamic and relational, being informed by a lifetime of psychological and spiritual inquiry.
(510) 479-0718
Oakland, California 94608
David Hassin, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Oakland
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Life is change...but some changes leave wounds that no one can see. I work with men..regular guys, who may never have thought that they would ever need to speak to "a professional'. I know how hard it is to talk about the things that are bothering you. I know what it is to be alone and hurting. There is no magic in what I do. You don't even have to talk about your feelings, if you don't want to.. I stop the bleeding, I clean the wounds, and I help the healing start.
(510) 972-1648
Oakland, California 94610
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
Adam Beyda, Psychologist  in Oakland
“If helpful suggestions and sympathy from people with similar experiences were sufficient to work out significant problems, nobody would need a therapist. A problem important enough to instigate a search for a therapist often has become entrenched or intolerable and may have led to feeling stuck and hopeless. Such difficulties can have many sources and roots--some familiar, but many surprising. Working with you in psychotherapy, I will offer the opportunity for an encounter with the less familiar or perhaps unknown aspects that might be contributing factors. We will work to resolve your problems through a structured yet personal interaction.
(925) 290-7842
Oakland, California 94618
Nancy M. Friedman, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Oakland
“If you are an individual or couple who experiences frustration and unhappiness in relationships rather than the sense of ease and flow that you long for, I urge you to dare to hope it can be different and call me. The process I use does not usually take years, like you've been led to believe by popular media! It works well with many types of "personality symptoms," from relationship issues to depression, anxiety, fears and other specific ways in which you've been frozen out of the life you want to lead.
(510) 730-3177
Oakland, California 94610
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