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Therapists in San Francisco

Wendy Sue Horn, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in San Francisco
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I help people find long lasting improvement in their self esteem, personal interactions, family relationships, and professional lives. Therapy with me will provide you with the tools and support that will help you transition and change in order to meet your goals and overcome your obstacles in a safe and non-judgmental environment. In addition to traditional talk therapy I offer EMDR for resolving trauma and anxiety issues as well as parent consultations for parents in need of additional guidance and support through difficult transitions and developmental stages.
(415) 237-4389
San Francisco, California 94115
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, PhD, MFT
“In my practice I work with many complex psychological issues, such as anxiety, depression, emotional regulation, etc. My specialty is the development of the intuitive function. Not widely known, intuition is one of the psyche's most valued assets. Primary in the processes of innovative, flow experiences or learning a language, intuition is an unconscious process that bridges unknown, unconscious knowledge to consciousness. It operates on a spectrum from simple tasks like riding a bike to telepathy or premonitions. The intuitive function is also known as the first sight, guiding split second decisions when needed.
(415) 801-0591
San Francisco, California 94111
David A Wasserman, Psychologist  in San Francisco
“I have a psychotherapy practice in Potrero Hill. My office is near 280 and 101, close to UCSF Mission Bay, and on the 10 Townsend and 22 Fillmore bus lines. I work with individuals (18 and over), couples, and groups. Some of my clients have specific, limited concerns and come in for short-term therapy. Others have been struggling in multiple arenas for years and stay long-term. I work with men and women from all walks of life: I have extensive experience with ethnic-minority clients and LGBT folks as well. Working with younger adults is a particular interest.
(650) 918-4818
San Francisco, California 94107
Leela Khawja Hunter, Marriage & Family Therapist  in San Francisco
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, MFT
“My practice is devoted to working with women of all age groups. My goal as a psychotherapist is to support you in finding the meaning of your life. I agree with the famous theorist Viktor Frankl: life never ceases to have meaning, even in times of suffering. And it is through meaning that our lives become satisfying. We all have the potential to establish fuller, more enjoyable lives. I will work with you to access your true, meaningful self and will teach you skills you can use long after therapy is over.
(510) 304-0511
San Francisco, California 94123
Rosemary A. McCracken, Marriage & Family Therapist Intern  in San Francisco
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist Intern, MA, MFTI
“I am passionate about my work with individuals, couples and adolescents. My therapeutic approach is warm, collaborative and direct. As a psychodynamic relational therapist, I believe that, through self reflection and self examination, one can discover the roots of their emotional suffering and begin to heal.
(415) 549-0443
San Francisco, California 94117
Flora Chan, PsyD, Psychologist  in San Francisco
“Choosing a psychotherapist can feel daunting. People often enter therapy during times of vulnerability. At a time when you are potentially feeling overwhelmed with stress, anxiety, anger, sadness, or depression it can be challenging to trust a stranger with all these feelings and intimate details about your life. I view my role as a therapist as being able to fully understand your experience and to use that understanding to help you think through situations that have become increasingly challenging. I believe in creating a safe space for my clients, and working collaboratively in order to help you regain a sense of strength, confidence, and control.
(415) 942-8627
San Francisco, California 94115
Jonathan D Mahrer, Psychologist  in San Francisco
“I am a clinical psychologist, with offices in San Francisco and Mill Valley, and I really enjoy working with my clients. I work primarily with adults (including older teenagers) of all sexual orientations, addressing depression, anxiety, stage-of-life and transition issues, trauma and PTSD. Other presenting problems include low self-esteem, procrastination/motivation problems, poor relationships, addiction and impulse control problems, and gay/lesbian/bisexual issues, including coming out.
(650) 924-9864
San Francisco, California 94118
Daryl-Anne Goldman, Psychologist  in San Francisco
“In my 28 years of private practice I have seen how anxiety and depression interferes with peoples' lives and causes a great deal of frustration and shame. I work with anxiety and depression that is new, i.e. connected to current life events, as well as the kind of anxiety and depression which is recurrent and harder to change. I try to get the BIG PICTURE and see how other issues and problems may be affecting your anxiety and depression, such as undiagnosed ADD, learning disabilities, chronic illness, family dynamics, insomnia and food issues.
(415) 337-4519
San Francisco, California 94103
Charis Khoury, Marriage & Family Therapist  in San Francisco
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
“Therapy is a special opportunity to slow down and focus on what's most important, with caring guidance and support. I create a safe and nonjudgmental environment for you to explore the difficulties, heartaches, old wounds, stuck places, or celebrations of your life. This process involves listening to the wisdom of your body and emotions as well as your mind. Collaborating with you, I will support you to find your authentic expression of aliveness, to develop a more intimate relationship with yourself and to expand your capacity to satisfyingly connect with others.
(415) 697-3212
San Francisco, California 94110
Kin Leung, Marriage & Family Therapist  in San Francisco
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MFT
“Here's my very honest advice for you: take a risk and schedule an appointment with a therapist today. You may have browsed through 20 therapists' profiles already and felt that most of them are very similar. The truth is until you meet face to face with someone, you won't know if you've found the right person. That's why I offer a free 30-min in-person free consultation session, so you can get a sense of how I can help you. Still want to know more about how I work? Go to www.asianpsychotherapy.com
(415) 697-2984
San Francisco, California 94123
“I offer a collaborative approach to helping clients achieve their goals. I believe in treating each person as a unique individual and together finding the best way toward wellbeing. This begins with a comprehensive evaluation which can last from one to four sessions where we will attempt to understand the current difficulties and discuss treatment options. I have experience treating a wide variety of psychological and emotional difficulties with psychotherapy and medication when appropriate. In my practice I offer psychotherapy and medication evaluation/management to patients who are already in therapy.
(415) 233-9412
San Francisco, California 94102
Lindsay Anne Hutchins, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in San Francisco
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“My specialty is working with individuals and couples impacted by the disease of addiction. Work in therapy is beautifully enhanced by your active work in a program of recovery. I am exceedingly familiar with 12 Step Recovery and see addictive disease as both a thought disorder as well as an intimacy disorder--impacting one's capacity to be intimate--not only with oneself but with others as well. Recovery works to balance and enable one to stay connected to self and others while working through difficulties. I have been doing this work for 25 years and love working with clients.
(415) 858-6867
San Francisco, California 94107
Robert Schene, Marriage & Family Therapist  in San Francisco
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MFT, CGP
“Stepping into therapy with someone is an inherently risky process. You are courageously opening up to someone that you don't really know, in hopes of changing, of finding something new, of building a relationship that can create positive change. I respect those who take the leap and I get the importance that you find the right therapist so that you can be understood at a deep level and begin looking more closely at the places in your life that you would like to see change.
(415) 702-0949
San Francisco, California 94118
Hollie Hannan, Marriage & Family Therapist  in San Francisco
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, PhD, MFT
“If change were as simple as Cher telling Nicholas Cage in Moonstruck to "Snap out of it!" there would be no need for therapists. While experiencing pain is difficult, it is often a catalyst for growth. As a licensed Therapist for 18 years, I specialize in helping people heal their emotional injuries and move through the "stuck" places that prevent them from living fuller and more meaningful lives. Resilience increases by working through challenges.
(415) 800-4665
San Francisco, California 94118
Daniel C McCracken, Marriage & Family Therapist  in San Francisco
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, MFT
“We all have an abundance of inner strength, courage and potential available to us. You may be experiencing difficulty accessing these strengths or carrying them into all areas of your life for a variety of reasons. You may also be caught up in experiencing difficulties that donít allow you to find the inertia or ability to get to your potential. Some of these difficulties that I work to alleviate so that you can find a more rewarding life are: ANXIETY, DEPRESSION, LOW SELF-ESTEEM, FEELINGS OF BEING STUCK, RELATIONSHIPS, GRIEF
(415) 742-1941
San Francisco, California 94102
Elissa 'Liz' Woodruff, Psychologist  in San Francisco
“Therapy is a means to gain insight and identify solutions. You may be going through a break up or divorce, looking to improve your social skills, starting a new job, adjusting to life after graduating from college or grad school, or coping with stress through unhealthy behaviors such as using alcohol or disordered eating. Together, we will create goals to help you make positive changes, cope with stressors effectively, and live an enriching, fulfilling life.
(415) 651-4031
San Francisco, California 94102
Kym E Sites, Marriage & Family Therapist  in San Francisco
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MFT
“I have over 25 years of providing individual therapy to adults, children and adolescents. I also work with couples. My clinical experience and training will be the guide in working collaboratively with you to make sense of how you might be avoiding feelings with counterproductive activities or are overwhelmed by emotions and thoughts that prevent you from living a more satisfying life. My specialty areas include: issues related to separation and divorce, child therapy and interventions for early childhood issues. I am interested in understanding the impact of intergenerational trauma. I have experience working with symptoms from trauma.
(415) 263-9113
San Francisco, California 94115
Ron Burg, Psychologist  in San Francisco
“I work with men, regardless of sexual orientation, who feel stuck in their lives in one way or another. My approach is individualized and varies depending upon who you are and what you want to work on. As a rule, however, my sessions are very active and directed. Men who have been in talk therapy before typically tell me that working with me is different. They say that we are breaking new ground rather than rehashing familiar territory. Things move and they start to see changes rather quickly. Check out at my website for more information.
(415) 858-6856
San Francisco, California 94102
Francine Marie Sanfilippo, Marriage & Family Therapist  in San Francisco
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT, MS, CGP
“My therapeutic approach is client centered, which means we work collaboratively to resolve presenting issues, identify strengths and develop effective coping strategies. I believe in working efficiently, to restore a sense of well being and quality of life. To this end you will experience me as attentive, interactive and responsive to you in sessions. I hold a deep respect for those seeking to engage in therapy; for their courage, vulnerability and commitment to improve their lives. Together we can create a safe and compassionate space for exploration, discovery, understanding and healing.
(415) 521-1864
San Francisco, California 94110
Judith L Wyatt, Marriage & Family Therapist  in San Francisco
“I am inspired witnessing the courage with which people face their fears. I work to earn a person's trust, so that they are safe to risk vulnerability. I love to help people discover or unblock the sensing of their life direction, and the motivation to pursue it. In my many years of practice, some clients get there quickly, and others need to delve more deeply. Depression, anxiety, PTSD, addictions, bad relationship patterns, inhibitions in work or love, all change best when we bring compassion to their roots in the past.
(415) 800-2558
San Francisco, California 94102
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How can I tell if a therapist is right for me?
Therapists in San Francisco 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 Francisco you'll find that most therapists are trained in marriage counseling or couples counseling in San Francisco and couples therapy. And they welcome families for family counseling in San Francisco or family therapy in San Francisco.

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What method of therapy is right for me?
When it comes to treatment methods, there's no "right way". A couples counselor or a family counselor may use different treatment methods depending on the one that works best for you.
How to use my insurance?
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