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Therapists in Sacramento

Stephen Grinstead, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Sacramento
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, DrAD, LMFT, CADC-II, ACRPS
“My passion is working with people suffering with chronic pain who become hopeless and see few treatment options. I offer to work with people (not on them) in order to help them obtain freedom from suffering. I also like to work with couples and families who are living with someone in chronic pain or an addictive disorder. I also offer relapse prevention planning for anyone in recovery. I love working with couples where one or both people are in recovery--or they need to be. I also love helping people develop relapse prevention plans.
(916) 993-5309
Sacramento, California 95834
Mark Conroy, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Sacramento
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, EdD, LCSW
“Hello, I am Dr. Mark Conroy. Thank you for viewing information about my practice. If you are seeking assistance, I want to help you benefit from therapy that is individualized, hopeful, and grounded in learning and practicing cognitive-behavioral skills to effectively change or manage behavior, accomplish goals, and improve your situation. In this process, my job is to effectively collaborate with you in setting and attaining goals, while underscoring and helping you recognize and build on your positive attributes and strengths. I am a Licensed Clinical Social Worker with a doctorate in Counseling Psychology from the University of San Francisco.
(916) 251-9903
Sacramento, California 95816
Clary Tepper, Psychologist  in Sacramento
“Therapy is about helping you make the changes you desire. Together, we will examine how your experiences-including your thoughts, beliefs, expectations, motivations, fears and needs-are affecting you currently. The therapeutic relationship provides an opportunity to gain insight into patterns and explore aspects of yourself that are hard to address. As you become more aware of these patterns and deeper aspects of yourself, change becomes possible. I know from experience that this process works best when both the therapist and the client are engaged and active participants in the process. I work with both individuals and couples.
(916) 607-2299
Sacramento, California 95816
Barbara J Evans, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Sacramento
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
“My practice is designed to help clients develop effective, satisfying and nourishing relationships with themselves and others. I believe that nothing changes if nothing changes. Therefore, when we have trouble coping with our problems, it may be necessary to make changes in our beliefs, attitudes and behaviors to improve the quality of our life. I see my role as helping clients with that process in a safe and caring environment.
(916) 544-6353
Sacramento, California 95816
Malakai Cote, Psychologist  in Sacramento
“I believe in the power of healing in relationships, therefore, I prioritize developing a therapeutic relationship that is founded upon trust, integrity, compassion, and non-judgment. My approach to therapy also integrates interpersonal, multicultural, and cognitive-behavioral approaches. It is my hope to support you to fully address your concerns, gain new skills to re-engage life and have greater clarity, and to become more empowered. It takes tremendous courage to take the first steps toward healing, change, and growth. Thank you for considering working with me to support you on this journey.
(916) 414-9134
Sacramento, California 95831
Blanca Izquierdo  in Sacramento
“I help people find the way to understand themselves when life presents difficulties and challenges...I tailor treatments according to client's needs for gaining strengths and coping skills to relieve suffering...I offer 30 minute of FREE consultation over the phone to decided whether I am right for you.
(916) 259-3939
Sacramento, California 95816
Jay Tinsman, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Sacramento
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, MFT
“I want you get relief right away from what is keeping you awake at night. My Premium Service practice includes many extras for quick results. I'm easy to talk to, and we'll clarify your goals and make a plan. You'll get top-of-the-line counseling, and you might even want to add some gentle hypnosis, your choice. Hypnosis can more than double the effectiveness of therapy. It's great for staying focused and for accessing your unused inner resources. It's a learning process that gets all parts of your mind working in the same direction.
(916) 546-1299
Sacramento, California 95825
Nancy Grant, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Sacramento
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I have been a social worker since the late '70's, starting as a volunteer on the Sacramento Rape Crisis line. Stopping abuse of all kinds has been the main focus of my work ever since. I also love working with teens and 20-somethings and have had a school counseling credential since 1989. Have used EMDR since 1994 to help treat trauma, anxiety, panic and low self-esteem. When I turned 40 I experienced a spiritual moment which caused me to become very spiritually-minded; I love working with clients who want to create a deeper spiritual life.
(530) 410-0654
Sacramento, California 95811
Kathleen Oravec, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Sacramento
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
“Are you and your partner having trouble communicating without dissolving into conflict that seems to never get resolved? Are you tired of feeling anxious and walking on egeshells? Do you have difficulty expressing yourself and getting your needs met? Do you often end up in the same relationship rut without being able to find a way out of an unsatisfying cycle of blame and regret?
(916) 546-1493
Sacramento, California 95816
Aubrey-Pierre Keys, Marriage & Family Therapist Intern  in Sacramento
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist Intern, MFT
“I am a Couple & Family Therapist. My experience working with Families dealing with divorce and remarriage; and with step-parenting and co-parenting in seperate households spans over a decade. I work with families and individuals with substance abuse struggles. I work with diverse school aged adolescents that have emotional difficulties. And, I work with families from diverse faith experiences and individuals of the LGBT communities.
(916) 546-4349
Sacramento, California 95834
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, PHD, LCSW
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(916) 850-2925
Sacramento, California 95821
Shula Stevens Calmann, Pastoral Counselor  in Sacramento
Pastoral Counselor, MA, MLH
“Integrating psychotherapy and spirituality, pastoral counseling responds to the needs of the whole person.
(916) 794-0206
Sacramento, California 95816
Angie Hensley, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Sacramento
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT
“If you are depressed or anxious, experience difficulty in relationships with others, feel stuck or blocked in your development, or suffer from trauma- therapy can help. You can transform difficulties in your life and find more fulfillment. It is also a spiritual process, helping you to come into alignment with your highest self and nurture your flourishing. I have over 15 years of experience as a counselor and sexuality educator. My style is warm, genuine and I have a good sense of humor. It would be my privilege to accompany you on your journey toward health and embodied wholeness!
(916) 436-7143
Sacramento, California 95816
Robyn Gray, Marriage & Family Therapist Intern  in Sacramento
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist Intern, MS, MFTI
“Are you feeling depressed, alone, or anxious? Are you tired of arguing with your partner? Do you want to heal after a break-up or divorce? Do you want to stop attracting the same partners and start dating more consciously? If you answered yes to any of these questions, you don't have to go through this alone and unsupported. Unresolved issues can lead to unfulfilling relationships and more serious disorders such as anxiety, depression, addiction, and eating disorders, among others. In working with me, we go beyond the symptoms that you present with and treat its underlying cause.
(916) 572-7243
Sacramento, California 95816
Tamar Wishnatzky, Psychologist  in Sacramento
“In this fast paced world, it's easy to feel overwhelmed and undervalued. Many people feel cut off from love, acceptance, meaningful vocation, and security. It's easy to get stuck in the same unsatisfying patterns and roadblocks in relationships with others and ourselves. As a Gottman Certified Psychotherapist I work with individuals and couples to develop secure attachments and strengthen friendship and intimacy. This includes increasing respect, affection, closeness, and conflict management. Clients gain tools to approach their problems with compassion and a sense of purpose. It is never too late to change old unsatisfying patterns and begin anew.
(916) 546-4327
Sacramento, California 95825
Darcy Sullivan Clarke, Counselor  in Sacramento
“I have more than thirty years' experience as a holistic practitioner. My goal as a catalyst is to assist you in transforming your past, identify and deal effectively with stressors; move out of victim consciousness, relapse prevention; develop healthy self-esteem, manifest nurturing and satisfying relationships, find meaning and purpose in your life, become self empowered, and to live up to your full potential. I work with people who have substance and process abuse/ addictions; mood and anxiety conditions; unresolved trauma/abuse issues; codependence; family of origin baggage; grief and loss; relationship problems; life transitions; spirituality and existential angst.
(916) 571-0065
Sacramento, California 95825
Gail Eve, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Sacramento
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MFT, RN
“We function and interact as adults, based on experiences we’ve had from past relationships with our family of origin, as well as others we’ve met in life. We bring into our roles as partners, individuals and parents, strengths as well as weakness we would like to change. As we mature, we realize that many of the values, beliefs, behaviors and thoughts we were raised with, don't serve us,the way we like. I believe we create positive change and loving relationships in life by building on our strengths and revising what no longer serves us.
(916) 378-5846
Sacramento, California 95815
Janet L. Spaulding, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Sacramento
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
“Sometimes we just need someone who will "walk awhile with us". Drawing from systems, existential and mindfulness-based theories, my goal is to "walk" with my clients toward a joyful, meaningful and effective existence. My style is warm, lively and personal. I offer licensed therapy at reasonable rates with flexible hours (evening and weekend availability). My training includes the use of Acceptance and Committment Therapy, mindfulness techniques and Exposure Response Prevention in the treatment of anxiety disorders. My professional experience encompasses private practice, nonprofit clinical work, chemical dependency/codependency treatment and the treatment of anxiety disorders in an IOP setting,
(916) 999-1324
Sacramento, California 95825
Catherine Lieb, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Sacramento
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“At its best, psychotherapy heals old wounds and helps us grow in ways that decrease suffering, bring meaning, happiness, and develop parts of ourselves that have been neglected or pushed away. I work from the assumption that you are the expert in your life. My job is to help you identify unhealthy patterns and support you in developing new behaviors and ways of being that will create the life that you desire. You bring your unique experience, difficulties and strengths. I bring a thorough understanding of human development and effective strategies for change. Together we discover a path forward.
(916) 502-9256
Sacramento, California 95816
Leslie (Whitten) Baughman, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Sacramento
“Looking for help with a difficult child? Struggling with a personal issue? Challenged by a relationship? Leslie can help. Leslie Baughman is a Licensed Marriage Family Therapist who has been counseling children, teens & adults since 1996. As an experienced therapist, clinical trainer & program contributor for Parent-Child Interaction Therapy (PCIT), Leslie is considered an expert in this evidence-based treatment. Leslie is also skilled in providing individual, couples & family therapy to all ages. Her clinical focus uses Cognitive-Behavior Therapy (CBT) to help people make changes in their lives. Depending on the specific needs & abilities of each individual, other treatment modalities may be incorporated.
(916) 850-9387
Sacramento, California 95825

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