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Therapists in San Francisco

Kayse Budd, Psychiatrist  in San Francisco
“Hello. I am a holistic psychiatrist specializing in integrative & creative approaches to whole person wellness. My practice is a unique, "concierge" model focusing on intensive sessions & retreats. I prefer to work with clients several hours in a row, several days (or weeks) at a time. I am a traveling physician. My homebase is Hawaii, though I travel often & work with clients from CA, AZ, & CO. Between my visits, new patients can work with me via phone/internet or come to Hawaii for a retreat. My practice includes herbalism, diet/nutrition, spiritually-oriented psychotherapy, yoga, meditation, expressive arts therapies, astrology, & more.
(808) 518-4227
San Francisco, California 94122
Tamara A. Hostetler, Marriage & Family Therapist  in San Francisco
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, MFT
“Creating change is important. Whether you have been to therapy before or not, I will create space to explore your feelings and where things could be better. We can start with the past or take it at present day. Looking at relationships and communication skills are my focus. There has to be more or better- I believe there is. Love, humility, anger- all feelings -are important to understand with compassion, humor and support. This takes courage and I completely understand and respect that.
(415) 801-0042
San Francisco, California 94115
“I find it rewarding to work with men and women who are skeptical or unfamiliar with psychotherapy. There are many different schools of psychotherapy and this can be confusing. I enjoy educating people as to how best to make use of psychotherapy for their particular needs or crisis. I promote an open dialogue about how our working together is feeling and whether it is producing the results they want. Some clients seek short term help while some seek deeper exploration into their personality, dreams and conflicts. For them I offer a Jungian Analytic approach.
(415) 237-0325 x2
San Francisco, California 94127
Vanessa B Tate, Marriage & Family Therapist  in San Francisco
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT, IAYT
“In this very present moment are you . . . Struggling to know who you are? Anxious, difficulty focusing, trouble sleeping? Struggling to communicate with others? Confused by romantic relationships? Suspect your chronic pain has emotional roots? These are a few of the topics you can safely explore with me in therapy.
(415) 820-1661
San Francisco, California 94105
Virginia Todd, Psychologist  in San Francisco
“I am a clinical psychologist and a certified clinical hypnotherapist. I offer professional, compassionate therapy for those wishing to address life challenges such as depression, anxiety, grief, relationship and family concerns, life transitions and adjustment issues. Often when people become entrenched in repetitive, self-defeating patterns and behaviors, they feel stuck and unable to lead the lives they want and enjoy satisfying relationships. I work collaboratively with clients to understand these obstacles within the context of their history and current life situation and then develop strategies to remove or transform them.
(415) 237-4462
San Francisco, California 94118
Sebastian Earl, Marriage & Family Therapist  in San Francisco
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT, MA
“My approach is holistic(mind, body and spirit) and I work with individuals and couples primarily around self-acceptance/love, learning how to achieve intimacy and breaking free of conditioning. Helping you discover your deepest truths and find your purpose, desire and drive in life. I provide an opportunity for people to grow and heal, in a safe, supportive, non-judgmental and nurturing environment. This work helps to heal trauma/ PTSD), depression, low self-esteem, addictions and anxiety. I also welcome those who simply want the added flexibility good therapy can achieve, enabling them to live fuller, richer, happier lives.
(415) 795-2685
San Francisco, California 94115
Nathalie Paven, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in San Francisco
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“It's not always easy to be a person. My job as a therapist is helping you figure out what works for you. I'm particularly good with clients who feel they don't fit the mold of societal expectations. I enjoy working with people who may be cautious about psychotherapy. My areas of expertise include relationship issues; depression and anxiety; chronic illness and disability; the impact of illness on couples and families. I I am part of a group practice that includes training post-graduate interns, who are available on a sliding scale.
(415) 688-2069
San Francisco, California 94118
Shrein Helen Bahrami, Marriage & Family Therapist  in San Francisco
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, MFT
“Are you tired? Tired of the constant struggle to get through the day feeling consumed by negative thoughts? Do you feel alone, keeping how you feel from those you care about while trying to 'fix' it on your own? Are you frustrated, feel stuck or hopeless because you want to change, but nothing has worked so far? I understand how lost and confused you may feel right now, but know that I can help you make this change. I have successfully empowered my clients to free themselves of fears, anxieties and intense critical thoughts around their weight, career and relationships.
(415) 237-2623
San Francisco, California 94123
Jacqueline Dunn Shapiro, Marriage & Family Therapist  in San Francisco
“I have extensive experience as a therapist, supervisor, consultant, and administrator. and work with individuals, couples, families, and groups. My clinical perspective is informed by psychodynamic, family systems, and cognitive behavioral theories and methods. Thorough evaluations and treatment plans ensure that all clients get the most effective treatment for their particular needs and problems.
(415) 386-4545
San Francisco, California 94118
Beth L. Cook, Psychologist  in San Francisco
“Whether you are dealing with problems you have lived with for years, or facing a crisis as a result of an unexpected event, I will help you face this challenge and emerge stronger. I stress the importance of a caring relationship with my clients. My approach depends on your particular needs and goals. For those dealing with life transitions, existential or identity issues, or interpersonal relationships, my approach tends to be exploratory and insight-oriented. For those seeking resolution of a specific problem or set of symptoms, I take a fairly structured, goal- and skills-oriented approach to treatment.
(415) 710-6597
San Francisco, California 94114
Bay Area Counseling with Zora, Marriage & Family Therapist  in San Francisco
“Whether you're a plaintiff or defendant, a lawsuit is stressful. That stress affects your mind, body, and emotions. You may feel anger, frustration, resentment, and anxiety, to name just a few. Physically, you may have insomnia, fatigue, sexual problems, weight loss or gain, and/or other body symptoms. It's your lawyer's job to be your advocate and legal adviser--not your counselor or therapist. While lawyers are good listeners and genuinely care about the welfare of their clients, they are not trained to help you deal with your stress as a litigant.
(415) 366-8954
San Francisco, California 94164
Laura Hauben, Psychologist  in San Francisco
“Major life events, both positive and negative, can require emotional adjustments that take us by surprise. Even desired life changes like parenthood, marriage, and graduation can lead to unexpected feelings. Painful or traumatic events can bring on depression, anxiety, and destructive behaviors. Current research on attachment confirms that humans are more resilient in the face of major life change and trauma when they feel understood and supported by another. In therapy I am direct, but I provide the empathy and compassion I know are vital. My patients feel seen by me and in turn, seek out other fortifying relationships.
(415) 323-3931
San Francisco, California 94123
Joan Louise Collins, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in San Francisco
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I am a seasoned Individual and Couples Therapist with some areas of specialty: INFERTILITY. I work with couples and individuals struggling through this process and seeing them through to the other side. DECIDING ON ADOPTION; whether to pursue it and in a way that fits your needs. GRIEVING. This life changing experience can be a lonely journey. I have supported many individually and in groups through grief.
(415) 912-1324
San Francisco, California 94102
Alison L Saylor, Marriage & Family Therapist  in San Francisco
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, MFT
“Do you find that you and your partner have fierce fights over seemingly trivial matters? Do you argue over the same thing repeatedly without progress? Do you find that one of you is often chasing after the other for connection and commitment while the other pulls away? Have you been stuck in patterns of self-sabotage? Having trouble keeping yourself out of relationships and situations that are unhealthy or even dangerous? There is hope. I provide short-term, intensive couples therapy, individual therapy and hypnotherapy that has helped hundreds overcome these patterns to find true connection and happiness.
(415) 799-4153
San Francisco, California 94118
Raymond Robert Eskuchen Jr, Psychiatrist  in San Francisco
“Are you wanting to lift the lid on the box that people seem to shove you into daily? Do you struggle with sadness, anxiety, confusion, or finding connection in your life? Do you find it difficult to truly experience presence and authenticity with others? Is it hard to bear where you are now and to figure out where you want to go? I bet you even may want to feel better! Sometimes it takes a professional to facilitate your own self-discovery and to clarify how to make the best of the life you have.
(415) 726-2760
San Francisco, California 94104
Peter M Schumacher, Marriage & Family Therapist  in San Francisco
“If you feel overwhelmed, worried, if you find yourself putting others needs before your own, if you are too hard on yourself or critical of others, if you engage in repetitious, self-defeating behaviors or feel bad about yourself, if you have difficulties in relationships or at work, I can help you feel more in charge of your life. Our past invisibly influences the present. Psychotherapy can help bring into focus hidden influences from your past that shape your thoughts, feelings, attitudes, and behaviors in the present.
(650) 741-5443
San Francisco, California 94118
Natasha Collins, Marriage & Family Therapist  in San Francisco
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
“I have been providing psychological services for over 9 years. My work with individuals and families has focused on a range of issues including, but not limited to: navigating life transitions, relationship concerns, interpersonal skills, communication skills, work and career issues, parenting skills, grief and loss, trauma, managing stress and anxiety. My ideal client is motivated, ready for change, and is an active participant. I am goal oriented in my approach and am invested in ensuring those with whom I work experience positive growth and see results.
(415) 723-4380
San Francisco, California 94103
Jane V Farley, Marriage & Family Therapist  in San Francisco
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMHC, MFT
“I am deeply committed to my work in supporting and encouraging children, teens and adults in their process of healing from: depression, anxiety, attention-deficits, mood swings, relationship conflicts, parent-child struggles, impulsivity and addiction, trauma and abuse and self-harming behavior in teens and young adults. I am a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist (MFT), Mental Health Counselor (LMHC) Child Mental Health Specialist (CMHS) and Consultant with over fourteen years of experience working in mental health agencies and private practice settings. My style is engaging, solution-focused and direct.
(415) 521-1164
San Francisco, California 94123
Women's Therapy Services, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in San Francisco
“I started Women's Therapy Services with my colleague Marlena Kushner, MFT, to address the special needs of adult women of all ages. Are you depressed, worried, or anxious? Do you think or know you have an eating disorder? Have you had a loss or are you in transition? Do you struggle with health issues? Were you abused as a child? Do you worry about what others think? Are you afraid to say no? Are you looking for hope and empowerment? With years of training and experience, I will collaborate with you to make a plan for the future.
(415) 630-2326
San Francisco, California 94102
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, MFT
“I specialize in coaching individuals who have a hard time believing in themselves or trusting others.
(415) 630-2943
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.

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What method of therapy is right for me?
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