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Therapists in San Diego

Jo A Henry, Marriage & Family Therapist Intern  in San Diego
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist Intern, MA, MFT-RI, CADC-II
“I offer spiritual support, teach repair skills, and provide the tools necessary for growth, change, and restoring broken relationships for individuals, couples, and families. I am committed to fostering healthy relationships, promoting sobriety, encouraging family reunification, and inspiring hope in the healing process. I see a variety of clients, including conflicted couples, teen rebellion with self-harm behaviors, family strife, grief and loss, crisis pregnancy, post abortion issues, and PTSD. I have also worked with homelessness, severe persistent mental illnesses, and addictions.
(760) 537-4810
San Diego, California 92108
Shawn Dee Hartless, Marriage & Family Therapist  in San Diego
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, MFT, LEP
“I specialize in assessment of Learning Disabilities including Reading (Dyslexia), Writing (Dysgraphia), Math (Dyscalculia), and Oral Expression, Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD,) Autism or Asperger's, Pervasive Developemental Disorder, and Gifted students. I develop learning profiles in order to highlight which instructional methods are most and least effective with the child. I also, determine if there is a need for accommodations on SAT, ACT, AP and graduate school exams.
(858) 914-4674
San Diego, California 92109
Erin Almklov, Psychologist  in San Diego
“Dr. Almklov is a co-founder of San Diego BrainWorks. She is a formally trained neuropsychologist with specialty training in neuropsychology and neuroimaging from Dartmouth Medical School. Dr. Almklov has expertise in the neurocognitive assessment and treatment of a wide array of neurological, medical, and psychiatric disorders.
(858) 256-7932
San Diego, California 92130
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
“I have been in the Mental Health Field for the last 15 years and have worked in a variety of venues ranging from Psychiatric Hospitals, Community Service Agencies, Group Homes to Private Practice. I am committed to working with families, couples and individuals in helping them to improve the quality of their lives and relationships. I believe that people have everything they need to accomplish this goal. However, my job is to help people access these talents, qualities, and skills.
(619) 383-2386
San Diego, California 92160
Paula Waisman, Psychologist  in San Diego
“Psychotherapy offers a unique opportunity to examine issues that impact our quality of life. I help bring awareness to the source of emotional stress, help you with better self-understanding and more realistic expectations, while working together to arrive at solutions. I have had experience working with young adults, adolescents, children and families in various practice settings, including private practice, schools, hospitals and university counseling centers. Currently,my practice is mostly individual psychotherapy, as well as psychological assessment. I also provide ADHD and learning disability evaluations.
(619) 663-4973
San Diego, California 92103
Sabine Starr,   in San Diego
“Do you have anxiety, important decisions to make, feel alone and overwhelmed? Or are you just going through the motions of daily life? I can help you gain clarity and live a happy and healthy life within your current situation and find helpful steps forward and towards your goals. While making your desired changes, life will start to feel in flow again. Nobody has to go through challenges alone. You will be amazed how much more in flow and at ease you can feel and how empowered you will be.
(619) 373-1622
San Diego, California 92103
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
Samuel A. Newman, Marriage & Family Therapist  in San Diego
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT
“Are you struggling with relationships? Do you need help recovering from a traumatic event? Do you often feel sad and low on energy? Are you searching for ways to be more emotionally stable and less shut down? For over 25 years I have worked with individuals, couples, and families on a range of issues including substance abuse, post traumatic stress disorder, anxiety, depression, codependency, couples counseling, pre-martial counseling and more. In a highly personalized and collaborative treatment style, I help people understand the deeper reasons for why difficulties keep repeating over and over.
(619) 320-4249
San Diego, California 92101
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
Susan Buckley, Marriage & Family Therapist Intern  in San Diego
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist Intern, MA, MFTI
“There are many different reasons to see a therapist - stress, depression, anger, grief. At times you might face challenges with a loved one, whether it be a family member or a partner. And other times you might just be looking for a little extra support while sorting out life's obstacles. I am here to help. I am committed to helping couples, children, individuals, and families uncover the source of their distress and discover the tools needed to build a stronger foundation.
(858) 397-5766
San Diego, California 92108
Margaret S Lee, Psychologist  in San Diego
“Finding a therapist can be daunting. You wonder if this stranger who you're going to be sharing your most private and vulnerable self with, can truly understand you. This is especially true if you feel like you're different . . . for whatever reason. I am a Woman of Color, and an LGBTQ affirmative therapist. I am an immigrant. I grew up betwixt and between two cultures. I know first hand what it's like to feel different, and the importance of understanding clients from diverse backgrounds and perspectives.
(858) 877-9149
San Diego, California 92103
Kathryn Rudlin, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in San Diego
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“My practice offers help to adult children of emotionally disconnected mothers, based on the strategies in my book,Ghost Mothers: Healing From the Pain of a Mother Who Wasn't Really There. My personal recovery has taught me how to overcome growing up this way, and Dr.Karyl McBride has trained me in her model for recovering from a narcissistic mother. I provide support while coaching you through the stages of healing with patience and compassion, and providing effective tools to release the pain and become the empowered person you deserve to be. Contact me for an initial free consultation.
(619) 241-4892
San Diego, California 92131
Sabrina Monahan, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in San Diego
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Are you feeling sad or depressed? Irritable or easily angry? Not motivated to do anything? Worried or anxious all the time about the little things? I can help with Depression, Anxiety, Anger Management, and Substance Abuse. Depression includes sadness, irritability, trouble sleeping, no appetite, and lack of motivation. Anxiety is when a person worries more than they should and it affects their life (such as lack of sleep and concentration). Some people turn to alcohol or drugs when they experience Depression or Anxiety. I offer individual and family therapy focusing on young adults and adolescents.
(858) 762-9348
San Diego, California 92131
Charles E Farrow, Psychologist  in San Diego
“I am a clinical psychologist licensed in the State of California since 1992, with over 20 years' experience. I work with individuals through the lifespan, and I use an integration of cognitive-behavioral, existential, gestalt, and psychodynamic approaches as they are needed to help you achieve your goals.
(858) 207-6029
San Diego, California 92129
Bridgett Ross, Psychologist  in San Diego
“"Personable yet Professional" is the phrase my clients most often use to describe me. Through creating a comfortable, flexible, and nonjudgmental environment, I am committed to helping you improve your life. I approach therapy with realistic expectations so that we work together so you can actually achieve your goals. In therapy, we will approach your life from many angles to help you achieve the perspective change necessary for you to achieve goals and live the life you want. I usually integrate mindfulness-based and cognitive-behavioral interventions into my approach.
(858) 367-3901
San Diego, California 92111
Aimee Cornelius Pearson, Psychologist  in San Diego
“I help individuals work on life issues tied to anxiety and depression, relationship difficulties, stress symptoms tied to childhood trauma, and families struggling with behavioral challenges. I teach communication skills that help with difficult relationships. These skills include helping my clients improve their power, voice, and contact with significant others. I lead groups that provide a safe environment to help heal emotional pain and teach new ways of relating to others. I employ many approaches in psychotherapy, including psychodynamic, gestalt, somatic experiencing, EMDR, Pesso-Boyden and cognitive behavioral. I offer testing and assessment for ADHD, PTSD and relational attachment issues.
(619) 456-0259
San Diego, California 92110
Patricia Laybourn, LMFT, Marriage & Family Therapist  in San Diego
“My short term, problem focused style of counsel will assist you to determine the nature of your problem and together we will find solutions. Call for an appointment.
(858) 500-3935
San Diego, California 92128
Deborah Pontillo, Psychologist  in San Diego
“Every child is unique. Therefore, in order to help children overcome social, emotional, behavioral, developmental, and/or academic challenges, it is important that we do not become preoccupied with simply assigning labels. Rather, the focus needs to be on identifying the child's individual strengths as well as their weaknesses in order to design effective strategies that suit their needs. I work very closely with parents and teachers (when possible) in order to establish a comprehensive picture of the whole child. It is through this collaboration that the most significant and dramatic changes are realized.
(858) 215-1923
San Diego, California 92130
Jennie Abito, Marriage & Family Therapist  in San Diego
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
“Your well-being is my main focus. I will provide you with unconditional space so you can work towards achieving YOUR HIGHEST POTENTIAL. My counseling approach is very down to earth and straightforward; we will focus on your strengths to overcome your current hardship. I have over 10 years of clinical experience in helping individuals and families find their confidence to sustain a meaningful life.
(619) 493-4409
San Diego, California 92123
Nina Akin, Psychologist  in San Diego
“Feeling overwhelmed? Stressed out? Struggling with addiction, depression or anxiety? With over 15 years experience helping people find their way to wellness, my goal is to help you identify and solve the problems that are holding you back. Quality therapy is an option that can make all the difference. I'd like to help you sort things out. I offer FREE TREATMENT to PROBLEM GAMBLERS and/or THEIR LOVED ONES.
(619) 378-7202
San Diego, California 92108
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