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Therapists in Oakland

Briana Moore  in Oakland
“Thank you for taking a moment to peruse my personal statement. My interests are to assist people as they work through their life's hard areas to reach a place that allows personal serenity and balance. I believe when people seek therapy services, they want a listener who hears with the heart, provides some feedback and support through difficulties. The answers are within; it's my job to encourage you to explore those places that cause you to turn away from your joy. My practice is inclusive with respect to ethnic identity, country of origin, physical ability, sexual and gender preference, and spiritual affiliation.
(510) 808-6825
Oakland, California 94608
“Making the decision to seek out and find the right therapist either for you or for a loved one can be difficult. There are many variables to consider and the task can be overwhelming. I work with client's struggling with issues related to identity, mood, life transitions, conflict, trauma and resistance to therapy often because it is mandated. I provide a safe space where you can discuss the details of your challenges and ground the clinical work in the context of the therapeutic relationship.
(510) 306-7547
Oakland, California 94618
Malik-Hakim Kadir, Drug & Alcohol Counselor  in Oakland
Verified by Psychology Today
Drug & Alcohol Counselor, MS, CATC-IV
“Over 10 years experienced as an Addiction Counselor & Behavioral Health Professional. I am certified with the Addiction Counselor Certification Board of California, (ACCBC) certification no. 156031 IV. I provide counseling services to Individuals, Couples, and Families struggling with issues related to substance abuse or addiction; including, identifying internal and external triggers, developing healthy coping skills and positive support networks, and relapse prevention strategies proven to be effective for chronic relapse-prone individuals.
(844) 510-2282
Oakland, California 94612
Lisbeth White, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Oakland
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT, CHT
“Are you wanting to feel more empowered, more enlivened and more balanced in everyday living? We often seek therapy when we're needing something to be different about our lives. That can be both scary and exciting, but it doesn't have to be an intimidating, grim experience. As a licensed psychotherapist and transformational life coach, I can guide and support you in more fully expressing yourself, solving problems creatively, and building your unique expressive outlets into a lifestyle that supports flow, fulfillment and a sense of purpose outside the therapy room.
(510) 344-2408
Oakland, California 94618
Jan A. Vitek, Psychologist  in Oakland
“*****Please see my website at:***** 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
Christy Mammini, Marriage & Family Therapist Intern  in Oakland
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist Intern, MA, MFTi
“I provide a warm, compassionate, and down-to-earth environment where lasting change can be cultivated. Together we will work towards developing insight and awareness into the behaviors, beliefs and patterns that are holding you back from reaching your fullest potential and living the life that you want. We will identify your personal strengths and remove blocks and barriers standing in the way of growth, access to more life choices and deeper more meaningful relationships.
(510) 629-5154
Oakland, California 94610
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
L Eileen Keller, Psychologist  in Oakland
“Maybe you feel down or frustrated or anxious and have tried everything you can think of on your own. I work on the basis of a conviction that two heads are better than one and believe that through you and I talking together, we can help you find relief from suffering and build your capacity to find more joy in your life.
(510) 996-4095
Oakland, California 94618
Nick J Herzmark, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Oakland
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, MFT
“All issues stemming from severe trauma or abuse like anxiety, depression and various forms of confusion in the mind, pain in the heart disconnect us from life, from ourselves. I've been carefully, mindfully, patiently guiding others back to a deeper sense of connection, clarity and openness. For twenty years, I've been blending Eastern and Western techniques to achieve this. Visit my website:
(415) 300-4343
Oakland, California 94618
Alan G Vaughan, Psychologist  in Oakland
“Life is full of challenges that generate varied degrees of stress, anxiety and depression, even substance abuse. Challenges include: Personal and family relationships, finances and career, illness and loss of creative engagement with your self and the world. Psychotherapy can offer time and a special place for self discovery, resilience, insight, empowerment and access to your creativity, creative expression and creative living. Our lives can be what we imagine and want them to be. We can develop our active imagination to envision a life of purpose, meaning and joy we are meant to have. We can heal ourselves and develop strategies for optimal fulfilling lives.
(510) 383-1120
Oakland, California 94618
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
Theo Kuczek, Marriage & Family Therapist Intern  in Oakland
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist Intern, MA, CPT
“I specialize in Exercise Psychotherapy. Therapy with me will have you leaving my office with tangible ways to facilitate changes and what you want in your life from the very first session. I will challenge you hard, but gently. I truly care and enjoy helping people develop an enthusiasm for the process of self-discovery. I make very real contact with people help them cultivate a taste for their own truths while making space to grieve the loss of old ways or relating to people and the world around them. Starting therapy is a sign of intelligence.
(925) 526-4199
Oakland, California 94609
Sabrina Hinojosa, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Oakland
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT
“My work is very rooted in mindfulness. Mindfulness is a skill that anyone can learn - basically it's a way of becoming aware of what you are doing, thinking and feeling so that you can make the changes you want to make. Our bodies are so connected to our feelings and to our mind. By slowing down and gently bringing our awareness to our bodies, we can follow the wisdom that the body can show us, so that our path to the change we are seeking will unfold with ease.
(510) 648-3627
Oakland, California 94618
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
Larry Tonberg Edwards, Psychologist  in Oakland
“One of the greatest challenges in life is to perceive yourself with accuracy - to "see your Self in action". Developmental experience, shame, and trauma distort self-perception and contribute to many of the symptoms that motivate people to seek out psychotherapy. I believe that learning to live with the complexities of your unique Self is the beginning of change. Psychotherapy is an opportunity to develop a new empathic understanding of your Self and your relationship with others. I encourage my clients to become relentlessly curious about themselves by carefully looking at their past and present relationships and the patterns of their emotional and psychological lives.
(510) 403-8479
Oakland, California 94602
Sonia Telle, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Oakland
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, MFT
“I strongly believe that the most healing aspect of therapy is directly related to the safe connection with the therapist. Trainings inform the therapy but only feeling safe and seen will provide the ground for deep exploration and emergence of the new... almost like a birthing process. Client based, my style is warm, compassionate, nonetheless, assertive. Experience and various trainings keep supporting the importance of breath, grounded presence and mindfulness in any therapeutic setting and healing/life process. Therefore, those are central to my work. My sessions combines several psychotherapy approaches together with various somatic practices such as bioenergetics, movement, mindfulness & trauma work.
(510) 788-2703
Oakland, California 94609
Yusef Malenky, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Oakland
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT
“Broadly speaking, I take a humanistic, client-centered approach to therapy but I am also influenced by the positive discipline model of child rearing. Positive discipline focuses on setting clear, firm, and consistent limits to foster responsibility and accountability in children. The humanistic approach emphasizes mutual presence and interactive dialogue.
(510) 454-0076
Oakland, California 94610
Emily Epstein, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Oakland
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT
“You may have decided that you need a focused time and a safe place to sort through important issues in your life. How do you know when a therapist is right for you? I believe in trusting your instincts. I invite you to bring your full range of feelings about starting therapy to an exploratory first session to see if we would be a good match. I work with individuals and couples of all orientations and backgrounds.
(510) 403-1315
Oakland, California 94618
Sunita Roychoudhury, Marriage & Family Therapist Intern  in Oakland
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist Intern, MA, MFTi, PCCi
“Welcome! Through my personal and professional experiences, I have found by engaging in the thoughtful process of psychotherapy, life slowly begins to transform. I am aware how challenging and overwhelming therapy can be for many people. A big part of my work is to help people honor and trust their innate wisdom. I support people to develop emotional resources that empower them to create fulfilling relationships in their lives. I work with people to co-create a therapeutic space tailored to their unique needs using mindfulness-body-based approaches to find solutions and relief.
(510) 661-3604 x9
Oakland, California 94609
Jody Ann Sollazzo, Counselor  in Oakland
“I work with people who feel they don't have choices and help them create choices in difficult times. Everyone deserves to find choices and their best identity at any age. Depression, anxiety, and loss/grief can be about many things. It is only when people feel that they have choices and support that they can enjoy life no matter what the challenges. I work with people of any age but have vast experience working with teenagers, young adults. I also have specialized experience working with people with disabilities around relationship issues.
(510) 454-8076
Oakland, California 94609
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