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Therapists in San Francisco

Nicole Ridout, Psychologist  in San Francisco
“I have a doctorate in clinical psychology and am licensed to practice in California. While I have extensive training and experience treating a wide range of concerns, I especially enjoy working with adults who are experiencing issues such as work/school challenges, life transitions, self-esteem issues, anxiety, depression, relationship problems, family conflict, and performance concerns. My clinical training and work experience within several university counseling centers has provided me an expertise in student mental health, as well as issues related to young adulthood and life transitions. In addition to private practice, I work as a psychologist at Stanford University.
(415) 969-3481
San Francisco, California 94107
Sam B Leong, Psychologist  in San Francisco
“I look forward to meeting with individuals, couples, and families who are interested in personal growth and change. During the different stages of our life, our relationships, and the family life cycle, we can get stuck in certain places. This is often due to how we live out familiar patterns of thinking, feeling, behaving or relating with others. I find fulfillment in helping people move through these stuck points by bringing about clarity on core issues and exploring possible alternatives for change. I'm best suited to treat relationship problems, depression, father wounds, men with sexual addiction, and grief/loss issues.
(415) 689-9279
San Francisco, California 94114
Katherine Moore, Marriage & Family Therapist  in San Francisco
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MS, LMFT, CAADAC
“My specialization is working with individuals that are in the process of a life transition. Change is a difficult process and going through change is life altering. I am also interested in working with clients whose lives have been impacted by a chronic illness, trauma, or loss and grief. I strongly believe that therapy can be the first step to finding inner peace.
(510) 969-6065
San Francisco, California 94102
Bonnie Harrison, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in San Francisco
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“We all need support to get through difficult times in our lives. If you are struggling with depression, anxiety, grief, or trauma, therapy can provide the tools for healing and transformation. Whether you are looking for a sounding board when facing tough decisions about family or relationships, or you recognize a need for change in your life, the therapeutic process can support you. Therapy should move at your pace, with a focus identified by you. In a non- judgmental and supportive atmosphere, we will work together to access your strengths and supports to find the most effective ways to cope.
(415) 630-5734
San Francisco, California 94110
Allison Wisne, Marriage & Family Therapist  in San Francisco
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MFT
“My practice focuses on helping people struggling with panic, anxiety, depression, symptoms of OCD, career and relationship issues. My approach is to discuss and honor your past experiences, while working to create new ways of responding to obstacles that brings clarity, motivation, and direction to your life.
(415) 504-2970
San Francisco, California 94115
Andrew Schlegelmilch, Psychologist  in San Francisco
“I work with adults, adolescents, children and families to address a wide variety of mental health, vocational, and educational issues. Parent training, behavior problems, problems related to neurological or developmental disabilities (Asperger's, NLD, HFA, PDD-NOS), anxiety and depressive disorders, and the areas of life they influence are my area of expertise. I am happy to coordinate services with your current provider (e.g., physician, educational therapist) to be part of a team that delivers comprehensive, high quality services.
(216) 342-9494
San Francisco, California 94121
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
Jennifer Feeley, Marriage & Family Therapist  in San Francisco
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MFT
“If you are in conflict and emotional pain, please feel free to call me. I work with individuals and couples suffering from relationship problems, anxiety, loneliness, grief, and fragile self-esteem; also those who grew up in chaotic or abusive environments and struggle with addictions (their own or a family member's). With additional graduate degrees in Humanities and Museum Studies, and with a background in theater, teaching, and the visual arts, I specialize in blocked creativity and depression, job stress, and difficult life transitions at any age.
(415) 787-3972
San Francisco, California 94118
“I have practiced Psychotherapy for many years, recently adding Psychoanalysis to my skills. My work addresses each individual.
(415) 237-2049
San Francisco, California 94104
Michelle (Chia-Ning) Chang, Marriage & Family Therapist Intern  in San Francisco
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist Intern, MA, MFT, Intern
“I am a bi-cultural therapist, who deeply respect your personal/familial/cultural values non-judgmentally. I personally have worked through feelings of powerlessness, helplessness, depression, frustration, and being unseen, and I am passionate about deep, balance relationships. I also have insights regarding culture adjustment, cross-cultural relationships, and internal values conflict. As a client-centered therapist, my goal is to help you create the life YOU want by offering nurturing environment and professional perspective. Working together, we can integrate your feelings and thinking, reconnect with your inner wisdom, and transform your pain into your strengths.
(510) 962-7461
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
Tess Brigham, Marriage & Family Therapist  in San Francisco
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
“Can't decide between a therapist or coach? Why not have both. I'm a therapist that incorporates coaching techniques into my work. This hybrid of therapy and coaching allows you to better understand why you do what you do and simultaneously develop the motivation and skills you need to create permanent change.
(510) 606-9956
San Francisco, California 94104
Bruce Weitzman, Marriage & Family Therapist  in San Francisco
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MFT
“Many of my clients are successful professionals who are beginning to question whether they are on the right path. Some are searching for a more creative or spiritual way of life. Others crave relationships of greater substance. Still others seek clarity of purpose. Most feel limited by notions of what they have to be or do for the sake of others. You may have something in common with these people.
(415) 294-5083
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
Daniella Beznicki, Marriage & Family Therapist Intern  in San Francisco
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist Intern, MA
“Welcome! Therapy can lead to greater self discovery, more confident decision making and a deeper feeling of connectedness. Often the first step to connection with others is forming a deep connection with ourselves. In my experience, this includes creating maps that identify how you fluctuate from one mood or feeling to another. This type of mapping creates awareness of what leads you to experience emotions that cause pain and those that lead to joy.
(415) 870-2075
San Francisco, California 94123
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
Beth Jaeger-Skigen, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in San Francisco
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, PPSC
“Welcome. Searching for a therapist is a brave first step on the path to healing. If you find yourself not getting what you want out of work, relationships, and personal growth, therapy with me is an effective route to get what you want out of life. I am committed to helping people find more productive ways of overcoming obstacles and self-destructive patterns that interfere with living more satisfying lives. In addition to listening, I am interactive. Clients find me to be warm, empathic and easily approachable. I create a safe environment for my individuals clients, couples and groups.
(415) 320-7239
San Francisco, California 94110
Anjali Kaul, Marriage & Family Therapist  in San Francisco
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, MFT
“My therapeutic approach is collaborative and holistic. I hold where clients are at in their lives with respect and compassion, and believe that everyone has the inherent capacity to move towards health and wholeness given the appropriate resources and support. I am as grounded and experienced in serving client's seeking creative tools/strategies for the conflicts and dilemmas faced in daily life, as I am in assisting those seeking to unwind long term patterns, belief systems, and habitual emotional responses, which can limit one's capacity to thrive and grow. .
(415) 930-9237
San Francisco, California 94131
Marty Mulkey, Marriage & Family Therapist  in San Francisco
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT
“People come to psychotherapy for a variety of reasons. Making our way in this world demands so much self-reliance and yet we are given very little opportunity to get to know ourselves well. We keep our fears and uncertainty about whether we have what it takes to survive our struggles very close to our chests. This is such a fragile place to live. Ignoring our emotions and "soldiering on" creates a life of isolation and confusion. This may manifest as depression, anxiety, or uncertainty about how to wish, desire, and create a life worth living.
(415) 801-3365
San Francisco, California 94114
H. Michael Brown, Psychologist  in San Francisco
“You don’t have to suffer without hope…or help. Whether you’re feeling depressed and anxious, worried and preoccupied, or blocked creatively, psychotherapy can help you to feel better. I work with both individuals and couples. With more than 20 years experience in helping people overcome their obstacles, I can help you to identify what’s in need of adjustment and provide tools to make those changes. Call or visit my website for more information. My initial consultation is free.
(415) 775-4331
San Francisco, California 94104
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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?
Many therapists accept health insurance. Check to see if your insurance is covered. Feel free to discuss this when you contact the therapist.