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Therapists in Oakland

Heather Hardeman, Marriage & Family Therapist Intern  in Oakland
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist Intern, MFTI
“Whether you're struggling with difficult issues in your life, or simply wanting to grow, psychotherapy can help. In therapy we seek to understand your experience of your life, and whatever may be getting in the way of you experiencing more happiness and fulfillment. Therapy can help you gain greater levels of awareness and new ways to experience your life. Through compassionate listening to all parts of yourself, healing begins to happen. I provide a safe space where you can let yourself be heard deeply, and whatever comes up is treated with the utmost care.
(510) 371-0618
Oakland, California 94618
Charlotte Parker, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Oakland
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MFT
“I have 17 years experience working with individuals and couples who have a desire to make positive changes in their lives. My motivation is to support you as you journey through your personal exploration and growth; and assist you in finding the answers for yourself. Within my practice, I offer a formal and professional relationship that is authentic and accommodates your development of self-awareness and self - responsibility. My personal philosophy incorporates the provision of a safe environment from which you can explore your thoughts, emotions, experiences and perceptions within framework of acceptance.
(510) 270-4296
Oakland, California 94609
Diane Swirsky, Psychologist  in Oakland
“I think of psychotherapy as a collaborative process and my style is interactive and engaged. I value people's strengths and maintain an open, empathic and non-judgmental position. Every individual and couple comes to therapy with unique needs, desires and history; so there is no one "right" way to work with everyone. Together the client and I determine what is most likely to be helpful. I have over 20 years experience treating all sorts of people, but I have a particular specialty in treating trauma and abuse survivors.
(510) 567-4797
Oakland, California 94610
Tina Kopko, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Oakland
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
“I help clients find what's blocking authenticity in relationship to themselves and others. Often we don't realize how the old hurts, bitterness, regret, shame and beliefs "contaminate" our communicate with others. The feeling underneath our message is also received by the other person. We tend to deny this fact, even though we see people reacting to us in unpredicted ways. I can help you uncover and process the non-verbal messages you are communicating, so that you can have honest, fulfilling and authentic relationships. I also help with depression, anxiety, grief, life transitions, self-awareness and mindfulness.
(510) 606-9784
Oakland, California 94609
Kyla M Brooke, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Oakland
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MS, LMFT, CMT
“I work with the person that you are and the body that you have. Together, we can examine and release unwanted patterns in mind, body & spirit. You have choice in your life! Every day you can chose to be your best. I customize my work to meet your individual needs. I use techniques from Control Mastery, a powerful psychodynamic tool that supports letting go of unwanted belief systems. I have been working with body/mind medicine for 20 years. I believe that we CAN heal our past and create our future while focusing on living well in the present.
(707) 385-1927
Oakland, California 94618
Erica Britton, Psychologist  in Oakland
“The Akiwa Project is accepting additions to the waitlist. Please contact me only if you want to know more about the services starting in September 2014.
(510) 331-4849
Oakland, California 94611
Cherie Felzer, Marriage & Family Therapist Intern  in Oakland
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist Intern, MA, MFTI
“I invite clients to fully experience their bodies and use the information held there to consciously work with the patterns and cycles in their lives. I assist in the integration process of moving through and weaving your deep healing and awakening experiences into your everyday life. I help you make sense, find deep meaning, learn how to be with challenging and uncomfortable moments and move with and through your struggles.
(657) 242-3776
Oakland, California 94611
Ken Takahashi, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Oakland
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT, SEP
“Transformation will occur to you at a right timing with a right support. I am here for you to support your transformation. I will help enhance your innate ability to break patterns, utilizing cognitive, nervous & energetic methods. 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 94610
Theresa M Fleury, Psychologist  in Oakland
“I work primarily with relationships; your relationship to yourself, to others, to your future, and to your past. With over 25 years of private practice experience, I use a collaborative style conversing freely with my clients. Self esteem, depression, anxiety, parenting issues, infertility, life transitions, adult children of alcoholics, and recovery from addictions and trauma are areas of my expertise. I also specialize in helping couples improve communication and intimacy while creating more secure relationships. I see adults and adolescents and supervise psychologists in training. I often see people who are stuck in negative patterns and are struggling to change.
(510) 404-8625
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
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
Anna M Musco, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Oakland
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
“Damaged relationships with the world and our families can affect us deeply throughout our lives leaving us feeling isolated, uncomfortable in our bodies and generally unsafe. Our energy begins to decline along with our enthusiasm for life. Its confusing. We quietly stonewall everything and everyone while wishing for the right partner, right career and right friends. Feelings of insecurity, loneliness or shame can spiral into deep bouts of depression, acting out, despair and suicide. Prioritizing the needs of everyone else can lead to unhealthy behaviors and choices supplanting authenticity and joy, while swapping virtual reality for real relationships and happiness.
(510) 466-1346
Oakland, California 94609
Charles I Flores, Counselor  in Oakland
Verified by Psychology Today
Counselor, PhD, LPCC, LAADC, MAC, Q-SAP
“I employ an integral approach, loosely based on philosopher Ken Wilber's work, and the Arnold Lazarus' Multimodal approach. More than "eclectic, " I address the whole human being in a multi-dimensional way, which includes not only use of the cognitive and behavioral, family systems, psychodynamic lenses, but also the somatic and transpersonal dimensions. My clients run a full age range, from teenagers to seniors.
(415) 992-8260
Oakland, California 94611
Natalie Jones, Counselor  in Oakland
“Do you have issues managing anxiety? Is it difficult for you to trust your partner or be intimate? Do you avoid relationships with others, or have difficulty managing toxic relationships? My focus is on providing support, guidance, and acceptance to those who are having difficulty managing stress and anxiety, have unhealthy relationships (specifically commitment phobia), and need assistance with work/life balance. I provide counseling and psychotherapy for individuals, couples, and families with a variety of issues. I work with adults.
(704) 997-2065
Oakland, California 94609
Margaret F Mancuso, Psychologist  in Oakland
“I am a Clinical Psychologist in private practice with more than 20 years' experience helping individual adults, teens, children and their families. I offer both Psychotherapy and Consultation. Psychotherapy in a safe and caring atmosphere can offer a pathway to insight, personal understanding and achieving new goals that bring a more rewarding life. My clinical approach is an interactive one since I believe that successful therapy is a collaborative process. I incorporate various therapeutic approaches: Psychodynamic, Interpersonal, Psychoanalytic, Solution-Focused and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy.
(510) 746-8071
Oakland, California 94618
Sandra L Stultz, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Oakland
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MFT
“You are not alone! I offer a personable, approach allowing you to feel comfortable in a warm and inviting setting. Together we will identify your areas of concern and develop a treatment plan to assist you and or your child in your journey of feeling and being more adjusted and capable of dealing with life's ups and downs.
(510) 296-5544
Oakland, California 94601
Debbie Ghidinelli, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Oakland
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT
“Change is often difficult. You might be seeking therapy because your best efforts to change yourself or your relationships have proven unsuccessful. You may be in the grip of emotions that seem beyond your control and understanding; these might include feelings of sadness, anger, loneliness, fear or self-destructiveness. We will work together to better understand the meaning of the feelings and behaviors that have become problematic, to help recognize old patterns that block growth, and make way for deep and lasting change.
(510) 924-0342
Oakland, California 94602
Eve Bazo, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Oakland
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Therapy is used to help build on things that are already working well, explore what may not, & assist in determining on how you may want to approach those things. I am a Licensed Clinical Social Worker & have worked in the field of both behavioral health & social services for more than 15 years. I have helped individuals learn to cope with challenges, identify what they may want to change, & help clarify issues that may be confusing. Therapy is about providing you the tools to realize the vision you have for your life in a safe, non-judgemental environment.
(510) 328-4322
Oakland, California 94609
Thomas Marchevsky, Psychologist  in Oakland
“Welcome. Are you ready for the work necessary to make real, enduring change? Do you have a troubling personal issue or suffer from dissatisfaction? I offer a unique mode of psychoanalytic psychotherapy focused on the unconscious. A powerful process unfolds when psychological change occurs at this level. This opens the space for authentic personal transformation.
(415) 413-0631
Oakland, California 94618
Katherine Schoolland, Marriage & Family Therapist Intern  in Oakland
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist Intern, MS
“Are you worried about your child's big behaviors? Is your child struggling at school ? Are you concerned about bullying? Has a big event, such as divorce or loss of a loved one left you feeling unsure how to help your child cope. Do you want to see your child overcome their insecurities and develop a strong positive sense of self? Would your family like support in making life easier? I have found that therapy can be an extremely effective opportunity to help children and their families heal and strengthen when faced with life's obstacles.
(510) 727-5502
Oakland, California 94609
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