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Adoption Therapists in Sacramento

The Attach Place Center for Strengthening Relation, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Sacramento
“We are attachment specialists treating children, families and individuals experiencing attachment challenges in childhood, adoption, marriage and life. EMDR, Theraplay, Attachment Therapy, Therapeutic Parenting Education, and Neurofeedback are the processes we use to help those in need to heal.
Adoption
(916) 302-4720
Sacramento, California 95864
Heather Cassandra Blessing, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Sacramento
“Are you a parent of a special needs child or children that is struggling to find a therapist that really understands the complexities of your life? I have been there myself. I have more than 15 years of personal and professional experience working with families with special needs children. I believe parents are the real heroes and my job is to support them by giving them the tools and resources to help make family life happier and healthier for everyone. I have training and experience in adoption, foster care, autism, behavioral issues, emotional issues and other special needs.
Adoption
(916) 512-1826
Sacramento, California 95827
Daniel R Douglas, Marriage & Family Therapist Intern  in Sacramento
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist Intern, MA
“I do my best to find out what its like to "walk in your shoes." I hope to understand your perspective on life and see if I can help. I am more "Psychotherapist" than "Counselor", meaning; I want to get to the root of my client problems. I am only able to wrestle with surface issues for a time before plunging into the soul where I believe real healing can occur. I desire to be the friend who cares enough to point out the heart issues holding you back.
Adoption
(916) 571-9241
Sacramento, California 95842
Dalise Gada, Marriage & Family Therapist Intern  in Sacramento
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist Intern, MS
“Do the problems you deal with seem endless? You try your best but they just keep coming back? Whether it's an addiction, a difficult relationship, depression, a special needs child, or simply being overwhelmed, I can help you move forward into an easier, more balanced life. I work with individuals, couples, families, adults, teenagers, and children regarding issues such as anxiety, depression, addictions, trauma, grief, loss, and parenting children with delays and disabilities.
Adoption
(916) 459-4539
Sacramento, California 95816
Brenda Vaccaro  in Sacramento
“I imagine you're here because you feel like something needs to change. It's reassuring to know it's never too late to ignite curiosity about yourself, develop closer, healthier connections to others, and learn to assert yourself more successfully. When you're struggling, it takes courage to let go of what's limiting you to make room for a happier life. I can support you through this process by helping you identify, understand, and rework ineffective patterns and build new skills to create the life you want personally and professionally.
Adoption
(916) 262-7097
Sacramento, California 95816
Jackie Parker, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Sacramento
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
“My practice is focused on families in transition, including becoming parents and co-parenting together, adoption, couples problems, co-parenting after divorce, and blended families. Treatment for these issues may involve children, parents, extended family, in individual, parent/child, couples and family therapy. I use a number of methods to look at relationships, communication, child development to identify the strengths and what is working in the family.
Adoption
(916) 258-7654
Sacramento, California 95825
Huyen Friedlander-Brannan, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Sacramento
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT, LPCC, CT, EMDR
“I strive to provide a deep level of compassion, nurturance and respect for each individual who seeks my help. I offer psychotherapy for individuals, couples, families, teens and children and the LGBT populations. My approach to therapy is Eclectic; I tailor interventions to each person's unique needs. In our work together, we may incorporate talk therapy, art therapy, play therapy, family therapy, breath work, mindfulness, visualizations, journaling, dream analysis, writing monologues, cognitive behavioral therapy or EMDR. I work with a diverse range of issues; adoption/fostercare/kinship,attachment, parenting, trauma recovery,catastrophic illness, death and dying, grief and loss.
Adoption
(530) 517-5943
Office is near:
Sacramento, California 95816
Joelle Calton, Psychologist  in Sacramento
“I view therapy as an collaborative effort to not only alleviate current distress but to enrich one's overall quality of life. Over my 10+ years of experience I have come to view therapy as a process through which we identify patterns that are no longer serving you in your life. Working at a comfortable, but productive pace we are able to identify and eliminate these unhealthy patterns, allowing you to feel more confident, experience deeper and more meaningful relationships, and access your true potential.
Adoption
(916) 538-4954
Sacramento, California 95816
Elisabeth E. Liles, Counselor  in Sacramento
“The Sacramento Center for Play Therapy is one of the only resources in the area that uses child-centered play therapy to assist children in working through their problems. Child-centered play therapy is unique because it provides children with an opportunity to fully express themselves in a safe environment that allows them to create meaning, learn to solve their own problems, make decisions, and better understand their feelings and how to express these feelings in healthy ways. This form of therapy provides children with the opportunity to make choices and learn how to solve their own problems.
Adoption
(650) 817-7498
Sacramento, California 95816
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, BCD
“I help people to better understand themselves, their psychological distress and their relationships. I focus on helping each person discover what they need to relieve suffering, to develop helpful coping skills and to improve relationships. When a person heals psychological wounds, learns helpful coping skills and makes desired personal and relationship changes, they experience not just relief but a greater feeling of wholeness . I work in a collaborative fashion and believe that empathy and understanding are key elements in my helping each person .
Adoption
(916) 447-2083
Sacramento, California 95816
Barbara Eggenberger, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Sacramento
“As a psychotherapist I am interested in transformation. Whatever it is that brings you to therapy, be it a depression, anxiety, bad relationship, personal illness or addiction, I see it as an opportunity for transformation. Transformation goes beyond fixing, healing, curing, or managing symptoms. Transformation restores the entire system to a state of balance and wholeness resulting in a permanent sense of well being and connection. Once I understand what it is you want, I commit my full intention to helping you achieve your goal. This level of engagement often brings in surprising information that greatly enhances our progress.
Adoption
(916) 571-9297
Sacramento, California 95816
Optimal Neurofeedback,   in Sacramento
“Underlying all behaviors and thinking is the brain and the central nervous system. If that system has been stuck within a few learned patterns, then that is how life is lived. But a brain can respond through varied tasks and bounce back from negative events by "electrically shifting gears". The process of neurofeedback gives instant and consistent information to the brain about what it just did - allowing it to reorient and reorganize itself to its natural flexibility and resilience. At Optimal Neurofeedback we do it non-invasively, using sound and sight cues to gently inform the brain toward what is naturally best for it.
Adoption
(916) 668-5906
Sacramento, California 95815
Candice Erba, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Sacramento
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, RN, MSW, LCSW
“If you have been trying to tough things out on your own or avoiding issues in your relationship that hold you back from a more fulfilling life, now there is hope! I have 29 years of experience as a psychotherapist, couples therapist, and mediator, and have helped over 1000 individuals and couples make positive changes in their lives--both immediate and lasting. The goals of psychotherapy are tailored to the specific problems, but always include greater self awareness, healing of old wounds and present losses, better coping skills, and feeling both more secure and more free.
Adoption
(916) 794-0161
Sacramento, California 95816
“I welcome the opportunity to work with your child and family. I am a licensed clinical psychologist who is dedicated to working with children. Currently, I provide assessment services and evidence-based treatments. My areas of specialty include developmental disabilities, learning disorders, behavioral issues, and socioemotional delays. I am currently in private practice and also employed through UC Davis, pediatrics at the MIND Institute as a clinical psychologist and assistant faculty member. Please note office locations in Roseville (current) and Sacramento (planned for Summer 2015).
Adoption
(909) 748-5241
Sacramento, California 95831
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.
Adoption
(916) 607-2299
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.
Adoption
(916) 546-4349
Sacramento, California 95834
Steve Debenedetti-Emanuel, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Sacramento
“Is your adolescent struggling more frequently? Are your relationships becoming more challenging? Is your own life getting more difficult to manage? If so, I think I can help. When people start therapy, I try to be as gentle as possible and help them understand that the vast majority of their feelings are normal and manageable. Numerous clients have told me that I'm personable and easy to talk to, and this helps them feel comfortable exploring their deepest feelings and struggles. As a result, people are willing to seek more effective ways of coping with life's challenges.
Adoption
(916) 251-9923
Sacramento, California 95811
Kristina Rickards, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Sacramento
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT, LPCC
“Greetings and thank you for reading this! I offer a warm and supportive atmosphere rich with self-discovery, humility, laughter, hope and common ground in the throes of daily challenges. I am especially interested in the areas of depression, anxiety, trauma, self-esteem, self-identity, transitions, relationship issues, and well beyond.
Adoption
(916) 382-7481
Sacramento, California 95816
Danielle Dass, LCSW, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Sacramento
“Danielle is a LCSW who earned her master's degree from CSU, Sacramento. Danielle works with individuals, teens, children, couples, and families dealing with a wide variety of issues such as depression, anxiety, grief and loss, co-dependency, domestic violence, communication, boundaries, attachment, foster care, body image issues, life transition/adjustment, and holistic health. Her practice is designed to emphasize growth, balanced self-care, and a healing process involving personal accountability. Her passion is to see people grow towards their potential using a "whole person" centered approach.
Adoption
(916) 436-3832
Sacramento, California 95825
Ivana Tufekcic, Marriage & Family Therapist Intern  in Sacramento
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist Intern, MS
“Are you tired of having the same old fight with your partner over and over again? Does it feel like things never get resolved and you are often left feeling hurt and alone? If your relationship is hitting a rough spot and you are feeling disconnected from your partner, you might be feeling stuck in unhealthy patterns despite your best efforts to change things for the better. It may be hard to recall the times when your relationship felt loving, connected and safe.
Adoption
(916) 259-0238
Sacramento, California 95816

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Adoption Therapists
If you're looking for adoption counseling in Sacramento or help with an adoption in Sacramento or for a Sacramento adoption Therapist, these professionals provide adoption support and adoption counseling. They include adoption Therapists, adoption psychologists and adoption counselors in Sacramento. They can help you coping with adoption in Sacramento, they can support adopting families and provide child counseling for the adopted child (or adopted children) or foster child (or foster children).

They provide Sacramento family counseling for the adoption process, understanding of international adoption and help for adoptive kids, adopted children and adoptive families.

How can I tell if a therapist is right for me?
Therapists in Sacramento have broad skills and are able to work with a wide range of issues.

For example, if you're seeking a marriage counselor in Sacramento you'll find that most therapists are trained in marriage counseling or couples counseling in Sacramento and couples therapy. And they welcome families for family counseling in Sacramento or family therapy in Sacramento.