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Therapists in Oakland

Gene Joseph Grossman, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Oakland
“You have every right to expect psychotherapy to cure what ails you. It's my responsibility to help you see your problems clearly, so that solutions become emotionally apparent and therefore, accessible. That is, to help you to feel better about how you conduct yourself in every context and every relationship. Successful therapy will reduce your anger; anxiety will diminish along with your shame, self-blame and self-doubt. You will look at yourself in ways that you have avoided. Effective therapy makes change inevitable. If therapy does not succeed, it is never the fault of the client.
(650) 489-7142
Oakland, California 94611
Dana Schwartz, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Oakland
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT
“I have more than 30 years experience treating anxiety, depression, grief and trauma with a particular expertise in working with eating disorders and the complicated issues of food, weight and body image.I am committed to finding the best therapeutic approach to meet your treatment needs, thereby creating a safe place for healing, change and reconnection to a fuller and more satisfying way of living.
(510) 509-1407
Oakland, California 94610
Kelly J Montgomery, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Oakland
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
“With all the worries that consume you about an affair, you wonder if you can ever trust again. I help couples learn how to take responsibility and move forward in their relationships. When you are tired of having the same old, exhausting argument, learn how to speak and be heard, understood and feel respected again. When you have lost hope that you will ever feel satisfaction in your body again and worry takes over that your relationship is doomed to be without sex, I can help you learn how to ignite the spark again and get back to enjoying the perks of being a couple.
(510) 592-6946
Oakland, California 94609
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
David Lee Miller, Psychologist  in Oakland
“After twenty years of helping clients my counseling approach is to look for the Health within you regardless of what you are currently experiencing. Once you get a sense of this inner Health you can use it to overcome the obstacles that are preventing you from enjoying your life or your relationships. I help you focus on areas of difficulty with kind acceptance. Anxiety, depression and unhappiness transform into greater contentment. You begin to experience yourself as bigger than the problem.
(510) 530-4195
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
Deanna Reardon, Psychologist  in Oakland
“I practice holistic psychotherapy; I see each individual as a whole system (body, heart and mind) existing in a social/cultural context. I believe everything is interconnected and each piece is important. But we live in a trance of disconnection; from ourselves, each other, and the planet. When we deny the interrelatedness of all things we suffer and struggle. The mind dominates the body, the body betrays the mind, the mind punishes the body, the body exhausts the mind, and so on.
(510) 986-4004
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
Joshua Dean Coleman, Psychologist  in Oakland
“Dr. Coleman has extensive experience working with parents who are estranged from their adult children and has written a well-reviewed book on the topic, "When Parents Hurt" He has over 30 years of experience working successfully with couples who want to strengthen their relationships and couples who are on the verge of divorce as a result of affairs, communication problems and the inability to resolve conflict. He also has many years of experience helping individuals achieve happier, more fulfilling lives. This includes individuals suffering from anxiety, insecurity, shame, depression, or fear of success.
(925) 308-5649
Oakland, California 94618
Robin Noel Morales, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Oakland
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
“I work with the belief that all beings have the inherent ability to be well and their best selves. Through traumatic experiences, the pace of life, and other circumstances that challenge us, sometimes is it easy to lose our way. We'll explore your internal inspiration, needs and strengths that might have become buried over time and also what in the external pieces of your life, work, relationships, habits and stressors can be addressed with a focus on moving you forward to the person and life you are meant and deserve to have.
(510) 735-8488
Oakland, California 94609
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
Sarah Campbell, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Oakland
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, MFT, RYT
“Most of us agree that it feels terrible to be stuck. My goal as a therapist is to meet you in your stagnant place and help you find your way through it. Whether you are struggling in school, your career, parenting, relationships, or in finding your purpose, I can help you create and achieve realistic goals for living a more fulfilled life.
(510) 250-7483
Oakland, California 94609
Robyn El-Bardai, Psychologist  in Oakland
“In our complimentary half-hour introductory session you will discover whether your preferences, needs, and reason for seeking therapy find resonance with my style and expertise. Your opinion counts and contributes to our choice of treatment. I draw from years of diverse experience integrated with various psychological theories about how people can find meaning, satisfaction, and joy in life. In 2012 I received an award for "recognition of (my) outstanding academic, social and personal achievements, and (my) commitment to working with the underserved." I will provide you with the same quality of attention that earned me that award.
(510) 564-7408
Oakland, California 94609
Lauren Gonzalez, Marriage & Family Therapist Intern  in Oakland
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist Intern, MFA, MA
“My approach with adults, couples, families, and adolescents is active, goal-oriented, and creative. My practice is guided by intensive training in Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT), mindfulness, and a lifetime in the creative arts. If you find that your you and your relationships suffer from stuck thinking, ruminations, and patterns you can't seem to get out of, thoughts and emotional patterns you feel you can't escape or change, we might be a good fit.
(415) 685-3894
Oakland, California 94618
Adam Cohen, Psychologist  in Oakland
“Life can be disorienting and, from time to time, we've all felt stuck. Together, we can find your internal compass and take steps toward the life you want to live. I base my approach on the core beliefs that you are whole and that you can live a deeply fulfilling life. My aim as your therapist is to support you in creating a more compassionate and mindful relationship with yourself. We will work together to take your power back from distressing thoughts and emotions, so you can discover your path to healing, passion, and fulfillment.
(510) 907-7172
Oakland, California 94619
Gerald B Chambers, Marriage & Family Therapist Intern  in Oakland
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist Intern, MFTI
“Relationships are as important to us as food and water. They can strengthen us, like a vitamin, or make us sick, like the flu. A therapeutic relationship with me can serve as a model to help you feel better about yourself, heal past trauma, and make changes.
(510) 606-9367
Oakland, California 94610
Yosi Amram, Psychologist  in Oakland
Verified by Psychology Today
Psychologist, PhD, MBA, MSEE
“I offer holistic integrative psychotherapy for adults and couples, helping bring integration and wholeness to all major dimensions of our humanness: mind, heart, body and soul. My style is warm and unconditionally accepting, open-minded and open-hearted. I am always honored to be of help supporting each person in her or his unique journey towards happiness and life satisfaction. I have been fortunate to receive the 'Best of Palo Alto' Psychotherapist award for 2014 and see clients in my Rockridge-Oakland and Palo Alto offices. My approach is both pragmatic, offering near term relief, and deeper change, growth and transformation.
(510) 402-1287
Oakland, California 94618
Rachel Jenkins-Stevens, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Oakland
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“If you are struggling in romantic relationships, work or family relationships, I can help you find relief from painful situations and understand yourself and your environment to create positive change. With an engaging and warm approach I will face your troubles with you and help understand what is depleting you or causing you pain. If losses from your past have a lingering effect I can help you unpack the past to be able to move forward and choose the life you want to live now. My approach is compassionate, warm, intelligent, gently direct, and infused with humor when appropriate.
(510) 587-9521
Oakland, California 94609
Elena Gardella, Marriage & Family Therapist Intern  in Oakland
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist Intern, MA
“Whether you are looking to therapy for extra support or to be challenged, I hold deep respect for your experience, your boundaries, and your longing for change. For some, who may be seeking relief from painful events, just the idea of therapy may seem scary. I work with you in clarifying what your goals are for therapy, and we figure out what is most helpful in how we work together. Some of the modalities I use in my practice are: Sensorimotor Psychotherapy, directed mindfulness, movement, stress management practices, energetic awareness.
(510) 423-0381
Oakland, California 94609
Taneille Smith, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Oakland
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MFT
“Thank you for your interest in my practice. If you're reading this, I assume that you're looking for relief. Generally, people come to therapy when they've exhausted all of their resources and find that they're still struggling. Your struggles may be taking many different forms -- problems in relationships, low motivation, excessive drinking or drug use, irritability, excessive worry, overeating, overworking, etc. However your problems manifest themselves, therapy can offer you a place to understand and organize them in a way that makes them feel much less overwhelming.
(415) 799-9945
Oakland, California 94618
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