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Therapists in San Diego

M. Gene Ondrusek, Psychologist  in San Diego
“After 25 years in the San Diego area, I feel particularly well suited to working with clients with a variety of "problems in living." Managing stress, lifestyle balance, coping with relationship issues, and workplace difficulties affect us all, and having professional support and input is now not only acceptable, but crucial. And, research has shown that of all the factors that are key in predicting a positive outcome in any form of therapy, the quality of the relationship with your therapist is the most important. And that is my focus!
(858) 215-1990
San Diego, California 92123
Kevin M Ramotar, Psychologist  in San Diego
“Welcome! I take a lifespan developmental approach with my clients, particularly through promoting self-compassion, encouraging the discovery of personal resilience, and helping work through challenges on the pathways of life. My integrative approach is primarily informed by helping the development of insight and accumulation of practical skills for symptom reduction that takes into account the cultural and familial context of your life. Additionally, I also focus my practice on providing psychological assessment/testing for ADHD and learning disabilities, as well as personality and cognitive functioning. I hold weekend appointment slots for immigration evaluations for those seeking hardship waivers.
(661) 454-5197
San Diego, California 92121
“I'm Jim Hatton, Ph.D. I began my career as a neuroscientist, and then realized my calling for helping people. I spent the next 20 years as a Marriage and Family therapist specializing in cognitive behavioral therapy, primarily working with people with OCD and Impulse Control Disorders like Trichotillomania and Compulsive Skin Picking. Becoming very familiar with ERP and Habit Reversal skills for treating these sufferers, I saw the additional need for helping the others, both family and treating professionals, around them directly (and thereby indirectly helping the sufferers too). This is where I currently conduct these efforts.
(858) 217-4894
San Diego, California 92121
Pacific Bay Recovery, Treatment Facility  in San Diego
“Pacific Bay Recovery specializes in treating chronic pain and the dependence and addiction issues that often result. Our clients often come to us when they have nowhere else to go and can get no relief from this debilitating disease.
(619) 493-3110
San Diego, California 92101
Becky McGinnis, LPC Intern  in San Diego
“I am committed to meeting my clients where they are at and in providing a non-judgmental environment where clients feel free to explore and learn new ways of coping. I take a collaborative and creative approach to therapy and truly care about my clients. I provides DBT to individuals and groups and Gender Therapy to transgender clients, both adults and teens, who are transitioning and/or questioning their gender identity. I enjoy working with the LGBTQ community. I also provide yoga therapy to decrease anxiety and depression, and am working towards my Phoenix Rising Yoga Therapy Certification.
(619) 373-1237
San Diego, California 92108
Harmonious Solutions  in San Diego
“I see human suffering as a resistance to the ownership to change, and ask "What is the gain of the emotional pain that is experienced therein?" My psychotherapeutic attention is focused on self-change, trauma, stress, and depression with adults, families, and diverse populations. I embrace counseling strategies that espouse consumer-focused and centered psychotherapies that improve and support a better quality of life that my consumer seek for themselves.
(619) 457-6707
San Diego, California 92105
Beth Creager Berger, Psychologist  in San Diego
“I am a licensed psychologist with an emphasis in health psychology. My areas of focus have been anxiety disorders and medical illnesses. However, people seek my help for a variety of other problems including: depression, postpartum depression, stress related issues, relationship issues, and life changing events which include completing college, career changes, and coping with loss.
(858) 367-0950
San Diego, California 92121
Daniel Maccia, Psychologist  in San Diego
“Addiction Treatement from a Non-12 Step Approach: Some people feel comfortable using a 12-step model to address addiction. For these clients, I work to further support their personal growth. For others, ideas like giving up power, the disease model, and attending meetings for the rest of their life may seem difficult to accept. I work from a non-12 step approach offering alternatives for overcoming addiction including self-empowerment, accepting responsibility, and changing the way you cope with stressors. My work with you is tailored to your individual needs and perspectives.
(619) 377-8870
San Diego, California 92103
Barbara Varga, Marriage & Family Therapist  in San Diego
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MFT
“My goal as a therapist is to help individuals and families realize their full potential in a safe, caring, nurturing and challenging environment.
(619) 346-4388
San Diego, California 92108
Michael Lembaris  in San Diego
“I've been working the mental health field for more than ten years. I hold a doctoral degree from the California School of Professional Psychology and continue to study with and learn from masters in the field. I work well with a wide variety of people and presenting problems. My focus is always on collaborative care and making sure we're working on the things that you want to be working on. Most often I see patients who struggle with mood symptoms (e.g., depression, mood swings, anger) and anxiety (intrusive thoughts, uncontrollable worries, racing thoughts).
(619) 722-3043
San Diego, California 92101
Danielle Heather Levy, Marriage & Family Therapist Intern  in San Diego
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist Intern, MFTI, MA
“We all desire to be understood and accepted for who we are. Often during our lives we experience periods of disconnection, isolation and loneliness and a need to find meaning. It is my goal as a therapist to help my clients better understand their experiences, and help them make the changes necessary to lead the lives they were meant for and have the relationship satisfaction they need. Using psychotherapy, with a focus on attachment needs I help my clients accomplish these goals. With a focus on the importance of healthy and fulfilling relationships.
(619) 378-3990 x156
San Diego, California 92108
Ellen M Greenfield, Psychologist  in San Diego
“My primary goal in working with individuals, couples, and families is to help you achieve your full potential and lead a life in the present that is fulfilling and meaningful. We achieve this through a structured, non-confrontational approach where together, we will search for patterns in your life that are causing you difficulties. I am a cognitive-behavioral therapist with 15 years experience in private practice. My office is conveniently located just west of the 15 freeway and Miramar Road. For more detailed information about my services, please visit my website at Cognitivebehaviortherapy.net
(619) 822-1692
San Diego, California 92126
“I am a originally from Panama City, Panama and I am fluent in Spanish. I am in private practice and very much enjoy devoting my time to Latinos, Adults, Young Adults, and Adolescents. I also have expereince in Community Mental Health, multicultural issues, psychological diagnosis and testing, diagnosis and treatment of chronic and severe mental illness, mental health disorders, the Latino population, co-occurring disorders, and the assessment and the treatment of domestic violence victims. I am also a T.E.R.M. approved mental health provider for the County of San Diego.
(858) 367-3907
San Diego, California 92108
Diane A Carlson, Marriage & Family Therapist  in San Diego
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, PSYD, MFT
“Couples in Crisis?. Using a collaborative approach we can address your personal issues in an unbiased empathetic way. You are both unique and will be heard in a safe environment within 2 days. I have been a psychotherapist in San Diego over 20 years, Relationship Issues have been a speciality. Despite the economic crisis you may want assistance out of chaos that leaves you anxious or depressed. I am willing to work with you on a sliding scale fee, especially if you don't have insurance for therapy. My mission is to help you through transitions.
(619) 663-5919
San Diego, California 92108
Shoshana Shea, Psychologist  in San Diego
“I strive to help people manage painful emotions and move in a valued life direction. This involves gaining a deeper understanding of these unhealthy behaviors and interactions. Through this process, people rebuild trust in themselves so they can make meaningful life choices that come from within. As an Assistant Clinical Professor at, and a graduate of, UCSD, and with over 15 years experience at the VA and in private practice, I have specialized in treating depression, anxiety, stress, substance use, weight, trauma, and eating disorders, and in helping people through relationship, academic, work, and life transitions and challenges.
(619) 377-4602
San Diego, California 92103
Arlene Saunders-Case, Marriage & Family Therapist  in San Diego
“Your future depends on what you do in the present. Making changes, no matter how small, can afford you the opportunity to increase your personal growth. For many people knowing where to start can be the greatest hurdle. For others, knowing does not always lead to "doing". Counseling is one avenue in exploring what you can do to make a difference in your life.
(619) 377-8891 x3
San Diego, California 92108
Susan Bell, Marriage & Family Therapist  in San Diego
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT, AT
“I believe that each person is born unique and important to this earth. Behavior is adaptive and as such can be understood in the context of experience. I assist with helping others understand patterns of behavior that may contribute to one's unhappiness. I work with marital or relationship difficulties to find ways of communicating and honoring each other's differences. I teach about positive communication and assist with developing skills that lead to feeling heard and understood.
(858) 375-4702
San Diego, California 92128
Channing A Gredvig, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in San Diego
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I believe that everyone needs help at some point. Whether it's a personal life crisis, addiction issues, or help with communicating with a loved one, I can help guide you through the process and empower you to do the work needed to heal. My approach to the therapeutic relationship is that of a guide. Although I specialize in working with people with addictive behaviors, I also work with couples, families and adolescents. My therapeutic interventions include Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Motivational Interviewing and Brief Intervention.
(360) 328-7131
San Diego, California 92103
Louise Jacobus, Marriage & Family Therapist  in San Diego
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
“Are you being held back from your ideal life by difficult relationships, anxiety, or the effects of childhood trauma? You can see the quality of your life improve! I love helping clients learn the skills they need to have the life they want - a life that is full of meaning, success, and creativity. I will encourage you to become actively involved in your therapy, and you will learn practical and creative tools you can use throughout your life.
(619) 320-6864
San Diego, California 92116
Jordan Sybrandt, Marriage & Family Therapist  in San Diego
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MFT
“Are you feeling alone, afraid to ask for help, wondering if there is something wrong with you for feeling like you do? When you've tried to help yourself and you can't seem to fix the problem, it's likely you feel frustrated, stressed out and, maybe even, scared it won't get better. With me as your therapist you can count on an intelligent dialogue to help you understand your feelings and the problem. You can expect to learn something about yourself and how to create change in your life in every session. Call now for a free 15 minute consultation.
(619) 377-7077 x704
San Diego, California 92101
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