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Peer Relationships Therapists in San Diego

Erica Rood,   in San Diego
“Adolescence is a time of incredible growth, change, and challenge. As life coach, my focus is on empowering girls with tools, strategies, and support that will guide them through the challenges of adolescence, and support parents along the way. My coaching program promotes positive self-esteem, action, accountability, and achievement of goals. Working from a foundation of trust and respect, girls will feel happy, successful, and directed.
Peer Relationships
(858) 768-2366
San Diego, California 92130
Amy Glick, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in San Diego
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I work with children, adolescents, adults and elderly. I have extensive experience in working with children ages four to seventeen. I use a variety of techniques in my practice depending on the personality and needs of the particular client. My approach is compassionate and supportive.
Peer Relationships
(858) 922-0107
San Diego, California 92121
Haleh Gianni,   in San Diego
BS, MS, CYP
“There comes a time, when you're done beating the drum of the past & ready to move forward in the light of your truest self! About 7 years ago, during my quest to understand myself, my family, friends and co-workers better, I realized that there is no such thing as 'one solution fits all'. There are aspects of us that go beyond our history and must be recognized and understood in order to create fulfillment in our relationships and in life.
Peer Relationships
(858) 905-5717
Office is near:
San Diego, California 92130
Julie B Lalor, Psychologist  in San Diego
“I welcome you at this time in your life when you might be troubled & seek support & guidance from a compassionate & caring person. Being in psychology over 30 years, I have developed expertise in treating depression, bi-polar illness, abuse issues, anxiety & panic disorders and psychosis. I understand every day stressors that may only need a simple 'psych tune-up!' With me, individuals work with parts of themselves that interfere with feeling happy and satisfied. My compassionate style inspires a sense of safety & relief. I listen well. I look forward to meeting you.The best way to contact me is via email: julielalorphd@gmail.com
Peer Relationships
(619) 600-7658
San Diego, California 92108
J Sheppard Largent, LCSW, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in San Diego
“I believe that people need to feel safe and comfortable to heal and change. Putting on a happy face can be great when we're studying for finals, finishing off our quarterly financial reports, or waiting for approval on a project we've worked on. But when we struggle to make life work, a traumatic event occurs, we feel overwhelmed in our parenting, or we experience a lack of safety in our closest relationships, we often start to find ourselves wrestling with finding a way to happiness and lose sight of the need to feel safe.
Peer Relationships
(760) 849-8223
San Diego, California 92123
“Providing experienced practical psychotherapy for the diverse population of Hillcrest since 1993. I began my professional career in psychology at The Center as an intern. I worked for the Crisis House system for many years and also was a consulting psychologist for the Alpine Special Treatment Center. I work mainly with adults and couples in the gay and straight communities. I also have experience and a fondness for working with Fire Fighters and Law Enforcement personnel. I am currently training with the Gottman Institute for couples therapy.
Peer Relationships
(619) 345-0062
San Diego, California 92103
Patricia C Leon, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in San Diego
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Finding the right match between client and therapist is the most critical factor in achieving a positive treatment outcome. That fact can feel a bit startling when one considers the amount of trust needed to form a therapeutic relationship. Unlike other professional relationships, in therapy, you want to feel your most vulnerable and able to share your deepest thoughts. My clients often report feeling not only understood, but also helped in understanding their problem from another perspective. In a collaborative spirit, clients re experience the old unhelpful patterns while practicing healthier ways of being.
Peer Relationships
(619) 618-0888
San Diego, California 92104
Steven A Alper, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in San Diego
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“There is much more to life than just getting by- more joy, more love, more aliveness!!! If you are struggling with stress, relationship conflicts, depression, anxiety, phobias, addictions, compulsive behaviors, loneliness, or difficulty achieving life goals, I can help you!!!! And If I could also help you to develop a sense of happiness, well-being, inner peace and resilience that is in no way contingent on external circumstance (I can), might that be of interest to you as well?
Peer Relationships
(619) 929-0946
San Diego, California 92121
Rachel M. Moore, Marriage & Family Therapist Intern  in San Diego
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist Intern, MA, MFTI
“Are you struggling with relationship or work issues? Do you feel stuck or frustrated in life? In our work together, you will find a safe, nonjudgmental, healing space. With perceptive insights and a compassionate approach, I will help you "wipe the mirror clean" and see the world more clearly. Visit http://www.rachelmoorecounseling.com
Peer Relationships
(619) 272-6858 x706
San Diego, California 92101
Penelope Young Andrade, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in San Diego
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“My ideal client is a person who doesn't want to give up on him/herself and the dream of a fulfilling life. I support clients to know the truth: they deserve love and success no matter what wounds they've experienced. I help people uncover the deep wisdom and restorative potential living within them. I do this gently and safely, in the present moment, by reconnecting clients with healing, embodied emotional experience. This gets vitality and intuition moving again I support people to take responsibility (but not blame) in any life/work/relationship upset because this is what works!
Peer Relationships
(858) 799-0079
San Diego, California 92129
Foundations San Diego, Treatment Facility  in San Diego
“Foundations San Diego is a distinctive outpatient center located in the hub of the Hillcrest metropolitan area in San Diego, Calif. We offer integrated treatment and recovery support for the unique needs of individuals with co-occurring addiction and mental health concerns. We serve patients both locally and nationwide. We offer a continuum of individual and group therapies, integrated educational sessions, case management, medication management and holistic approaches. Employing Dialectical Behavior Therapy, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Motivational Interviewing and other proven methods, we walk with patients using a stages-of-change approach, providing education and helping them achieve their personal goals in recovery. Our daytime program includes Partial Hospitalization and Intensive Outpatient levels of care, and we offer community-based yoga in the evenings. We also provide aftercare groups in the evening that are free for life to all who have attended the program.
Peer Relationships
(619) 550-4948
San Diego, California 92103
Kelly Cohen Ahearn, Marriage & Family Therapist  in San Diego
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
“I believe in EMPOWERING the client. I support and challenge each client to provide insight in what they can and can't control; understanding that thoughts affect emotions and behaviors, all of which can be changed with awareness into and challenging our core beliefs. Core beliefs have been molded from past experiences and interpersonal relationships. Clinical focus on: anxiety, depression, trauma, grief/loss, esteem, peer relationships, conflicts in working relationships, addiction and recovery, life transitions, effective communication skills, conflict resolution skills, co-dependency, individuation, enmeshed/disengaged families, with focus on choice theory and empowerment psychology.
Peer Relationships
(858) 381-4700
San Diego, California 92103
Carrie Jaffe, Psychologist  in San Diego
Psychologist, PhD
“Do you find yourself having the same painful relationship, job, or family problems over and over? Have you been unable to figure out why, or how to do it differently? I can help you learn how and why you fall into these patterns and work with you to change them. If you feel unhappy, insecure, stuck in self-defeating patterns, experience repeated relationship conflicts, have addiction issues, or have stopped progressing in life, I can help you gain insight, change self-defeating patterns, modify personality issues, achieve consistent Recovery from addictive processes, and live a happier life.
Peer Relationships
(858) 956-9689
San Diego, California 92130
Roseann Larson, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in San Diego
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Because each person is different, there is no "one-size-fits-all" approach to therapy. Ultimately, the right therapist can help you develop a greater sense of peace and self-fulfillment. So it is important to choose someone with whom you feel safe and comfortable; someone who will listen, empathize, and respect your needs; and someone with the skills necessary to support you in reaching your goals. In the process, you will acquire greater self-awareness, and learn to effectively cope with life's challenges. This is my approach to therapy. I hope I will be able to help you.
Peer Relationships
(619) 722-3116
San Diego, California 92103
Mary Cipriani-Price, Marriage & Family Therapist  in San Diego
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MS, LMFT
“As a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, Clinical Supervisor, and a Professer at Azusa Pacific University, my personal mission and passion is to change the divorce statistics and help couples create a deeper and more meaningful connection that will last their lifetime. I am also passionate about helping individuals and families live to their greatest potential whether they are surviving from a past hurts, trauma, depression, anxiety or just need support.
Peer Relationships
(619) 870-1602
San Diego, California 92108
Jennifer C Wendt, Psychologist  in San Diego
“Dr. Jennifer Wendt has a passion for working with kids, teens, families, couples and adults. She provides help for those who are facing life transitions, stress, anxiety, and depression. She is recognized for her compassionate approach to help you gain clarity and skills to manage life challenges. She believes therapy is meant to be collaborative, working with you to create goals of growth, resolution of issues and improving your quality of life. Her holistic approach will make you feel comfortable to express yourself in a safe and warm environment.
Peer Relationships
(619) 419-0932
San Diego, California 92127
Alexa Rabin, Psychologist  in San Diego
“If you are someone who is seeking support and guidance, I am here to help. My work as a psychologist takes a collaborative and supportive approach. I aim to help clients develop insight and awareness to create the changes they want to make, to help them reach their goals, and to help them build a happy and healthy life. When you come in for your first session, we will identify together your specific needs and begin to determine how we can accomplish your unique goals. I work with clients of all ages in individual and family therapy.
Peer Relationships
(619) 831-6195
San Diego, California 92108
Perla Bransburg, Marriage & Family Therapist  in San Diego
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
“I believe a central component of the therapeutic process is the relationship that's established between the therapist and the client. A safe and trusting relationship provides an environment in which you are able to explore those unresolved issues and old patterns that are not letting you have the quality of life you would like to have. Therapy is an opportunity to identify what's not working for you, view it from different angles, and learn strategies that will result in alternate ways of relating to yourself and to others that may be more conducive to becoming the person you want to be.
Peer Relationships
(619) 344-8260 x110
San Diego, California 92103
Rebecca Kyungah Gill, Counselor  in San Diego
“I understand that life happens to all of us. You can feel overwhelmed by unexpected situations, unfortunate losses and unendurable psychological pains. Exposure to high levels of prolonged stress can lead to feelings of hopelessness and helplessness. Intense anxiety or panic attacks and social isolation are common experiences. Seeking help means that you are ready to work and bring your life into a healthier balance. Through self-acceptance and care, you can gain more tools to improve your lifestyle and relationships. By listening attentively with non-judgmental empathy, I provide ongoing support with therapeutic insight and expertise in a confidential setting.
Peer Relationships
(858) 609-8487
San Diego, California 92108
Joshua L Ruberg, Psychologist  in San Diego
“I am an assistant professor at UCSD and a psychologist at the San Diego VA. I also have a private practice where I offer warm and collaborative psychotherapy services for adults and older adults who are looking for an individual therapist to help them work through life's struggles. I help people with a variety of conditions and concerns, including but not limited to anxiety, depression, PTSD, grief and loss, relationship issues, and aging difficulties. I use the latest evidence-based psychotherapy methods including Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy, and mindfulness.
Peer Relationships
(619) 320-4240
San Diego, California 92108
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Peer Relationships in San Diego

Teens want to be with people their own age - their peers. During their adolescent years, teens and tweens often spend more time with their peers than with their parents. Through their peer relationships, they can be both connected and independent, as they grow away from their parents' images of them and develop identities of their own. Peers provide a place for accepting the feelings, thoughts and actions that come with the search for identity.

Positive Peer Pressure in San Diego

The ability to develop healthy friendships and peer relationships depends on a teen's self-identity and self-esteem. Peer pressure can encourage your teen's energy and motivate your teen to conform to healthy behavior. Peers can act as positive role models and demonstrate constructive social behavior. Peers listen to, accept, and understand the frustrations, challenges, and concerns of being a tween or teenager.

Negative Peer Pressure in San Diego

The need for acceptance, approval, and belonging can lead some teens or tweens to engage in risky behavior in order to fit in with a group-contrasting values they may otherwise reject. In such situations, peer pressure can impair judgment and enable risk-taking behavior, drawing a teen away from the family and positive influences. Some teens harbor secret lives --including those who appear to be well-behaved, high-achieving teens when they are with adults -and engage in negative behavior when with their peers.

If you're looking for help with child peer relationships in San Diego or for a San Diego peer relationship Therapist these professionals provide help understanding the peer relationships of kids or tweens, or teen peer relationship counseling in San Diego and peer relationship advice. They include peer relationship Therapists, peer relationship psychologists in San Diego and peer relationship counselors.

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

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