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Therapists in Oakland

Andreea Simon, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Oakland
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT
“Choosing a therapist and beginning therapy isn't easy. The first step is recognizing the feeling that you don't want to be alone in working on your challenges. My commitment is to help you find out whether I might be a good match as your therapist, and to be your guide in the process of getting support. I work particularly well with anyone who is negotiating difficult life cycle transitions--from challenges of beginning school, moving or dealing with loss to the strains of adolescence, marriage or divorce or the demands of aging and caring for aging parents.
(510) 746-8126
Oakland, California 94618
Paul Miller, Psychologist  in Oakland
“If you want to feel better as quickly as possible, feel more energy, motivation and more connected to oneself and others, developing an overall richer experience of life... Talk to someone who can help you increase your self-esteem and confidence through a warm, personal relationship that involves honest, effective communication. I have 34 years of experience with individuals, couples and families.
(925) 238-3921
Oakland, California 94618
Bruce Ecker, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Oakland
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
“My aim is for every session to make tangible progress toward the changes you're seeking. I will assist you to experience a stronger, deeper ability to make those changes in as few sessions as possible. We'll define the behavior, emotions, thoughts and circumstances that you want changed and go to work on finding what inside is maintaining these patterns. You will soon experience important areas and parts of yourself that have not been in awareness before but have been keeping you stuck. Clearing away these revealed, uniquely personal obstacles is a liberating shift felt in body and mind.
(510) 379-9071
Oakland, California 94610
Catherine A Jolly, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Oakland
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT
“All people have a strong, wise voice, which can guide the way through confusion and painful blocks. Great suffering results when people lose touch with that voice, because they feel they must continue with the way things are, despite mixed feelings. I love helping people find their voice, and liberate their inherent creativity and spirituality. I enjoy working with teens and adults, addressing a wide range of issues including identity. For clients who choose talk therapy, I use a collaborative, respectful approach to assist you in unraveling unhelpful belief systems and the difficult experiences that contributed to those beliefs.
(510) 207-9491
Oakland, California 94602
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
Jennifer Pedelaborde, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Oakland
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MFT, MA
“Thank you for considering my services. Taking the step to seek out support involves a great deal of strength and I hold a deep respect for those who have the courage to do so. I have experience in working with children, families and individuals on a variety of issues including behavioral difficulties, stress and anxiety management, relationships and communication, dealing with difficult life transitions and healing from trauma.
(510) 454-8042
Oakland, California 94610
Rainbow Schwartz, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Oakland
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MFT
“When we foster a space of compassion and curiosity we have more room to gain a deeper understanding of ourselves, our boundaries and our desires. By creating this intentional space, we can increase opportunities for choice in our lives. Using a combination of relational, psychodynamic and mindfulness techniques I will help you to understand your own emotional landscape, so you can feel better equipped to manage stressful moments in life and have more capacity for joy and meaning. I specialize in working with the LGBTQI population and also with couples of all constellations.
(510) 253-0122
Oakland, California 94610
Deidre Abrons, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Oakland
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT, MA
“I enjoy working with individuals, teens, and couples in both short and long term therapy. I have extensive training in both CBT, and Relational Psychodynamic Therapy. My objective is to work with you using the appropriate approach that best fits your goals for therapy. I have a wide range of experience working with the effects of addiction on families, substance abuse, trauma, PTSD, anxiety, and depression. I also have considerable training in sleep disorders and enjoy working with clients to adjust their sleep schedules, thereby improving their daily mood and functioning.
(510) 248-4138
Oakland, California 94612
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
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
Karena Passaro, Psychologist  in Oakland
“Life is harder than expected at times. Transitions, loss, trauma, persistent anxiety or depression, or a feeling that things will never change are just a few examples of the ways in which people can feel less hopeful about their lives. Psychotherapy is a tool that can alleviate the stressors of everyday life, improve one's sense of well being and connection with others and enhance one's self understanding. Over time it can also lead to a greater sense of competency and satisfaction in the world.
(510) 497-0702
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 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. I welcome people from all backgrounds, religions and ethnicities.
(510) 730-3177
Oakland, California 94610
Rebekah Skoor, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Oakland
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, MS, MFT
“Sex. Identity. Relationships. Gender. These are hard things to talk about, let alone to have to explain or justify to the people you need most to understand you. In our counseling work together, I am committed to building a working relationship where you feel comfortable exploring all elements of your life in a safe, judgment-free environment. My counseling practice is dynamic and engaging. I bring ten years of experience with sexuality issues and five years of counseling together to create an atmosphere where you will be seen as a unique individual with goals worthy of achieving.
(510) 550-5937
Oakland, California 94610
Robert Levine, Psychologist  in Oakland
“My approach is active and present-oriented. In the room, you'll find me to be warm, engaging, imaginative, and curious. I can help with mood and anxiety issues, relationship difficulties and dependence on substances. I work from a psychodynamic and Jungian perspective, sometimes incorporating cognitive therapy and mindfulness, depending on the specific issue and the needs of each person.
(510) 878-4741
Oakland, California 94618
Judy Blumenfeld, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Oakland
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT
“An exploration of your childhood,relationships and deepest self can be a beautiful and powerful journey.Together we can develop a curiosity and exploration of vulnerabilities and resilience in the face of challenges and hardship. I work with you in a collaborative way to understand together the obstacles to having healthy and meaningful relationships. If you feel stuck and unable to understand some of your own behaviors and choices we can talk together and begin to find words to understand your experience. I have a warm style of relating and can at times bring humor to our work.
(510) 575-9984
Oakland, California 94618
Stephen Kusch, Psychologist  in Oakland
“Do you ever find that the more you try to get rid of painful emotions, the more overwhelmed you feel? Life can sometimes feel like a straw finger puzzle: the more you pull, the tighter the grip. This is partly because life is challenging. It is also because in times of stress, we are wired to protect ourselves by focusing on potential dangers. Although adaptive for some situations, this wiring can become a closed feedback loop: the harder you try, the more you see only problems; and the more problems you see, the more you lose sight of the strengths and resources that facilitate change.
(510) 788-2349
Oakland, California 94618
Akilah Vazquez, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Oakland
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
“Are you experiencing conflict in your relationships? Looking for help with managing your stress or anxiety? Thinking of expanding your family through adoption? Therapy is an excellent way to develop self awareness and self acceptance. It is an opportunity to enhance the areas in your life where you need support and encouragement. It can also be a painful and difficult process as you experience change and growth. It is important to feel comfortable and safe as you go on this journey. I look forward to working collaboratively and hope to help you reach your full potential in your relationships, life and work.
(510) 466-1874
Oakland, California 94619
Philip Keddy, Psychologist  in Oakland
“I offer psychotherapy, personality testing with feedback, and individual treatment of addictions. My approach to therapy is flexible but especially inspired by psychodynamic, Jungian and existential thought. Collaborative assessment means that together you and I would look at the results of tests and interviews to help answer questions you have about yourself, to get to know you more quickly and to focus the therapy. This kind of assessment can be a brief therapeutic intervention in itself. I also have a specialization in working with addictions, with motivational interviewing.
(510) 470-7779
Oakland, California 94618
Nick Wightman, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Oakland
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
“Choosing to start therapy is a sign of strength, not weakness. I create a safe space to support you in this courageous process as we work together to transform the challenges that are keeping you from the fulfilling life you know you deserve. In this role I am a coach, advocate, supporter, catalyst, trusted listener and compassionate advisor. Whether your challenge is depression, anxiety, grief and loss, relationship issues, life transitions, life purpose questions, addictions or career challenges- all you need to get started is a desire to change.
(510) 403-8480
Oakland, California 94611
Fernando Castrillon, Psychologist  in Oakland
“As a psychologist and psychoanalyst, I work with a variety of client issues ranging from depression, sadness and anxiety to more severe issues such as schizophrenia and personality disorders. I work best with those clients who are interested in making lasting changes in their inner lives and circumstances. In my practice, I provide you with a place to speak freely, so that through this singular experience of speaking you can articulate your desire and live your life for yourself.
(510) 228-4075
Oakland, California 94618
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