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Therapists in Oakland

Lucy Fine, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Oakland
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MFT, RN, CPC
“Do you find your self asking "What is wrong?" or "What is missing" in your relationships? Are they stuck in complaining and blaming, or avoiding and withholding? Are you noticing that your relationship struggles are resembling patterns embedded in very old stories about yourself? I will champion you to embody the passion to take charge of your life, to show up and become present, to inquire deeply into the stories you tell yourself and find the strength, awareness and integrity to awaken to the complex influences that make up your reality.
(415) 742-2927
Oakland, California 94618
Charity Harbo, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Oakland
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, MFT
“Reaching out for support can be a difficult process. In addition to the overwhelm of trying to find a therapist, you may be confronted with feelings of discomfort, embarrassment or shame in response to acknowledging that you're struggling. My immediate goal is to foster a space and a relationship that feels safe and non-judgemental so that there can be honest exploration of what's getting in the way of positive change and so that healing can begin to take place.
(510) 379-4745
Oakland, California 94618
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
Eliza Ballantyne, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Oakland
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, MFT
“I offer holistic psychotherapy for a range of issues including trauma resolution, addiction/recovery, and managing chronic illness. I also have a special interest in working with women + couples in pregnancy, birth, and early parenthood.
(510) 323-4964
Oakland, California 94610
Nicole George-O'Brien, Marriage & Family Therapist Intern  in Oakland
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist Intern, MA, MFTI
“Whether you are struggling with a new issue or a long-standing challenge, whether it invokes emotional overwhelm or numbness, whether you know what you'd like to work on or don't know where to start, I can help. I use a holistic, integrative approach to your unique emotional, physical, cognitive, and spiritual experiences. My work integrates the old with the now, emphasizing the present experience while uncovering internalized beliefs. I work relationally, with compassion, heartfelt intention, and a healthy dose of humor.
(510) 735-8944 x5
Oakland, California 94609
Gisele Fernandes-Osterhold, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Oakland
“My approach is warm, engaged and focused in the present moment. I support individuals, couples and families to improve communication skills, self-esteem and relationship capacities. I make use of techniques that deepen the mind-body connection to help individuals heal from symptoms of stress, trauma and loss.
(510) 497-0945
Oakland, California 94618
Claudius Johnson, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Oakland
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, SAP
“Congratulations, you found a compassionate and affirming therapist. As you're reading this I understand it maybe with some degree of ambivalence. To that end, my immediate goal is to connect and reflect with you in ways that are safe, respectful and trusting. Only then can we have a meaningful, therapeutic-relationship that's open to collaboration, exploration and revelation. This is where we "Make the road as we walk it", and I champion your journey, where ever it leads. I value the creative and growth potential of every human being. How can I best support you?
(510) 306-1799
Oakland, California 94610
David Pingitore, Psychologist  in Oakland
“I have worked in the field of psychology for over twenty years. In my psychotherapy work, I provide a safe and respectful setting where you can discuss current challenges, and understand how particular feelings and patterns contribute to these challenges. Often these challenges develop out of prior dysfunctional relationships, and it is in the psychotherapy relationship that new and more satisfying goals and behaviors can be discussed and developed. In our initial appointments I actively listen and engage with patients to develop a psychological framework to understand their challenges, and then set concise goals to address in the therapy.
(925) 308-5736
Oakland, California 94611
Rosemary Ehat, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Oakland
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MFT
“I provide a safe place where you can be yourself and share what is at the root of what bothers you. If you feel that you could live a fuller life with more inner freedom you may find that we are a good fit. I put most people at ease, and want to help you explore the causes of your suffering and the ways you might be undermining yourself in your relationships and in your work life. I believe change is possible, and also have seen that deep change requires courage, trust and mutual respect. Call 869-4445.
(510) 587-9134
Oakland, California 94618
Laila Shamszad, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Oakland
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, MFT
“Childhood is a time of joy, wonder, and growth, and can also be filled with stress, worries, and challenges that can impede developmental progress and interfere with many aspects of a child's life. I am committed to building partnerships with parents and caregivers in ways that strengthen family relationships, reduce stress, and increase feelings of satisfation and harmony between parents and children. I utilize family therapy, individual play therapy, and parent consultation to determine underlying causes of stress and to help you and your child develop healthier, more appropriate, and sustainable ways of coping.
(510) 768-8231
Oakland, California 94611
Suzan Bollich, Psychologist  in Oakland
“I focus in adult, couples and elder or geriatric psychotherapy for concerns related to Anxiety, Depression, Relationship difficulties, Suicidal thoughts/behaviors, Grief/bereavement, End-of-life concerns, Hospice, Dementia, Life-changes, (e.g., job change/loss, divorce, loss of a parent), Binge-eating, LGBTQI, and Severe/persistent mental illnesses (e.g., Major Depression, Bi-Polar, OCD, Schizophrenia). My work is relationally oriented, which seeks to collaboratively bring awareness to how past and current experiences influence one's immediate emotions, thoughts, behaviors, and life-choices. I believe strongly that effective psychotherapy can lead to transformation at any stage of life.
(510) 842-6042
Oakland, California 94609
Barbara West, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Oakland
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, RN, MFT
“Looking for more peace of mind? More joy in your life? I can help. Our culture promotes achievement at 110%. But what price do we pay for all of our accomplishments? Emotional distress is a signal that we need to slow down. And when you slow down, you see what you've missed; and are ready to explore what you want: in relationships, at work, and for the one life you get. Let's work together mindfully, so you can refocus on your true values and take the steps you need to live by them.
(510) 917-1828
Oakland, California 94618
Corie Gould  in Oakland
“Is your child/teen exhibiting behaviors that are frustrating or challenging to you? Has your child's teacher or pediatrician mentioned ADHD? Perhaps your child has experienced a traumatic event or loss that is impacting their social, emotional, or academic functioning. As a parent, these situations can be overwhelming and worrisome, not to mention confusing. Whether you or your child/adolescent is having difficulty with regulating emotions and behaviors, or having trouble processing a significant event, therapy can help.
(510) 423-0757
Oakland, California 94618
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
Andria Lavine, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Oakland
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I do this work because I care deeply about health, making empowered choices, challenging old ways of being that no longer serve us, connection, and living life to the fullest. I know that suffering and struggles are real and that having a place to address life transitions, grief, depression, anxiety, trauma, substance abuse, relationship issues, spirituality, self identity quests, and sexuality questions is essential and life affirming. I am interested in working with adults of all races, genders, sexual identities, and relationship styles.
(510) 214-8075
Oakland, California 94609
Elizabeth Schenk, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Oakland
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, PsyD, LCSW
“25 years of clinical experience treating a wide range of clients has resulted in growth and change many individuals never thought possible. I provide culturally competent practice to a diverse patient population, drawing on significant cross cultural and LGBTQ expertise. I specialize in the treatment of complex PTSD and dissociative disorders as well as the treatment of vicarious trauma for health and mental health professionals and first responders. I have provided clinical supervision and consultation to numerous therapists and organizations. I specialize in working with interpersonal issues, life transitions, acute and chronic illness and grief and loss.
(925) 290-7886
Oakland, California 94610
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
Eugene P Porter, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Oakland
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MFT
“I have been in practice for over 30 years. My primary specialty has been working with men and boys who have experienced sexual abuse. This issue often includes alcohol and drug issues, anxiety, depression, marital and couples issues and more. I am experienced in EMDR as well as a range of somatic and humanistic approaches.
(510) 356-2052
Oakland, California 94609
Jules Piovarcsik, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Oakland
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
“I am a queer identified therapist that enjoys working with Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgendered, Queer, Intersexed and questioning individuals, couples, biological families, and families of choice. I specialize in issues related to gender identity, family dynamics, coming out, childhood trauma, adolescent and family counseling, parenting support, and substance abuse recovery.
(510) 260-1575
Oakland, California 94601
Jesse Whittle-Utter, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Oakland
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, MFT
“My style is warm, direct, and collaborative, and I work to ensure you feel deeply heard and can trust the plan we create together to help get you unstuck from your present situation. If you're feeling depressed, anxious, angry, stressed, lost or confused, are having trouble at work or in your relationships, or simply want to grow personally, I can help. Choosing the right therapist is essential in helping you make the positive changes you seek. I offer a free in-person consultation to help you determine whether my approach and personality would be a good fit for you.
(510) 398-6005
Oakland, California 94611
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