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Therapists in San Francisco

L. Flick Hatcher, Marriage & Family Therapist  in San Francisco
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MS, MFT
“I believe that my respectful, collaborative approach to both individual and group work helps my clients feel both safe and honored in the work we do together. My website, http://www.therapistsf.com provides more detail about me and my work. I primarily use talk therapy with adults and talk and play therapy with children and adolescents. My goal is to help my clients find healthy alternatives to faulty "self-talk", irrational thought patterns and destructive behaviors which do not serve them.
(415) 799-8334
San Francisco, California 94114
Melissa Ciappetta, Marriage & Family Therapist  in San Francisco
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, MFT
“I offer a therapeutic approach that is warm, non-judgmental, and engages the client. I provide short and long- term therapy to adults, couples and families. I am a compassionate and seasoned therapist who has treated clients with a range of clinical issues in the Bay Area for over twelve years. My approach provides a safe way to deal with major life changes. I strive to create a positive and calm atmosphere of acceptance for you as we work to achieve your goals. I will offer you insight and provide you with thoughtful feedback.
(415) 775-1086
San Francisco, California 94123
Beth Apfelbaum, Marriage & Family Therapist  in San Francisco
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MFT
“Welcome! I like to begin by making a warm and heartfelt connection with you, supporting and accepting you just as you are. From there, we work together to transform difficult struggles into opportunities for greater self-love and rich understanding. I see our work together as a living collaboration, with you being at choice and empowered every step of the way. I ground my practice in a process I call Mindful Inquiry: in a relaxed, open and deeply aware state, we illuminate and dissolve the stories of the mind, stories that had masked your innate beauty and true nature.
(650) 209-7942
San Francisco, California 94114
Dr Linda Tucker, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in San Francisco
“Twenty plus years of ongoing training and teaching experience in psychoanalytic technique and clinical training has shaped my work and what I have to offer. This training includes the latest advancements in neuroscience and attachment theory in working with individuals and couples.
(415) 434-2002
San Francisco, California 94108
Kevin Orzech, Psychologist  in San Francisco
“Psychotherapy is about change. My work is grounded in the belief that we have innate resources for happiness and ease that become concealed or underdeveloped. It is my role to help us understand your unique needs, history and challenges to help you realign with your strengths and wisdom; while uncovering what may be blocking these resources. Because this work is often challenging though satisfying, I tend to holding a safe and validating space to explore your issues.
(510) 606-8993
San Francisco, California 94104
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist Intern, MFTI
“My ideal client is a person who is going through transition or change in their life and they want a therapist such as myself to witness their transformation and change. I am trained in mindfulness based stress reduction and EMDR. I found that EMDR is a great way to reprocess old memories/trauma and come to a new positive more functional narrative around the experiences. I welcome you to begin to get to know yourself on a deeper level.
(415) 779-7031
San Francisco, California 94123
Sandra B Lloyd,   in San Francisco
“Sandra has received expert training in Hypnotherapy, Shamanism, Buddhist Psychology, and Energy Medicine from the Foundation of the Sacred Stream, Berkeley, California. Her interest in Hypnotherapy evolved after being introduced to meditation, trance work and journeying to connect with a helping spirit while in treatment for breast cancer. This experience opened her to exploring new avenues of healing to address physical, mental and emotional and spiritual "dis-ease." As a Depth Hypnosis practitioner she feels privileged to provide a safe container to support a client's full participation in their own healing by uncovering and understanding the root causes of their suffering.
(415) 802-0131
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
Deborah Caust, Ph.D., Marriage & Family Therapist  in San Francisco
“As a Board-Certified Clinical Sexologist and Licensed Marriage, Family Therapist, I have the expertise to provide effective treatment of all sexual and relationship concerns. Therapy is interactive: I will listen to you, provide feedback, help you to understand why you are having difficulty, and use therapeutic techniques to make lasting change. I believe that therapy should be straightforward, solution-focused, and short-term. Please feel free to contact me to schedule an appointment or to get more information.
(415) 233-6236
San Francisco, California 94123
Carol Mills, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in San Francisco
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Have you been struggling with feelings of anxiety or loss or sadness? Do you have questions and concerns about relationships with a spouse or a partner or a child? Are you recovering from substance abuse? Psychotherapy can offer a path to change and personal growth. We will engage in a conversation that will be shaped by you and your own unique goals and hopes for the future. I will be your ally, supporting your self-discovery and healing, looking for what is going right in your life and encouraging experimentation toward something new.
(415) 635-0417
San Francisco, California 94114
Jim Christrup, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in San Francisco
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I help people who are struggling with issues of anxiety, depression, stress, self-criticism, shyness, or excessive worry. And I work with couples who are stuck in painful, unsatisfying and destructive cycles in their relationships. Together we work to identify and move out of old unproductive patterns of dealing with problems. My style is interactive and engaged. Together we work with what matters most to you. Part of my role as therapist is to help you to untangle the stuck places and guide and support you towards living a more rich, full and meaningful life.
(415) 702-3775
San Francisco, California 94114
Robin Eve Greenberg MFT, Marriage & Family Therapist  in San Francisco
“I feel honored to provide an environment where the inner life can emerge. People seek therapy at a vulnerable time in their lives. I offer a warmly related environment where suffering can be approached gently, and new possibilities can emerge.
(415) 830-9404
San Francisco, California 94118
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 social your 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
Miriam Garfinkel, Marriage & Family Therapist  in San Francisco
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, MFT
“Psychotherapy can provide a place to help people achieve their life goals, make life changes, move through difficult life transitions, or better understand ongoing relational concerns. My work is based on the belief that we are each influenced by a variety of factors including larger social contexts, individual family histories, and unique life experiences. An increased understanding of ourselves and the various influences on our lives can allow us to make more conscious choices and changes.rnrnMy commitment is to provide a collaborative and supportive environment to explore your life circumstances and better meet your life goals.
(415) 226-6608
San Francisco, California 94102
José L. Alemán, Marriage & Family Therapist  in San Francisco
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MS, MFT
“I take a systemic, holistic approach when working with clients; acknowledging the connection between mind and body, and looking at how all aspects of our lives are interconnected. If things aren't going well at home or at our job, then that’s going to have an impact on other parts of our lives. Having a strong support system helps through moments of distress. Therapy can be a powerful component of your support system. If you are here, then you are willing to try something different. Being willing is the first step towards accomplishing your goals.
(415) 967-5245
San Francisco, California 94114
John Maris, Psychologist  in San Francisco
“We come to therapy to understand and solve our most complex personal challenges. When suffering goes deep enough, therapy is an intuitive response to problems that are emotionally complex and cannot be solved by our ordinary methods. Therapy alleviates our isolation by giving us the specialized and dedicated attention of a therapist. Therapy restores or kindles confidence in our ability to make it through difficult times. Lastly, it gives us some emotional distance, some sense of freedom, from the at times consuming turmoil of our personal lives by stimulating a deeper or broader understanding.
(415) 749-9264
San Francisco, California 94131
Christina Papanestor, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in San Francisco
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, BCD
“Clients describe the experience of psychotherapy as awakening and pivotal. Through an exploration of past and present, I work with individuals and couples to find relief, freedom and healthy change. Challenges such as life transitions, relationship struggles, body image concerns, and emotional imbalance can be difficult to resolve without professional guidance. I also have specialized knowledge of the unique challenges faced by musicians and performers. If you are struggling with reaching your fullest potential, or feeling unsatisfied with work or relationships, psychotherapy can help to bring your worries to light.
(415) 295-1561
San Francisco, California 94114
Patrice M Perillo, Life Changes Specialist, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in San Francisco
“I help people who are struggling with LIFE CHANGES & DECISIONS. I can help you OVERCOME the NEGATIVE THINKING, self-sabotage, fear and confusion that may be keeping you stuck. In our work together you will learn how to break free from unproductive patterns & get crystal clear about what you want so you can move forward with confidence & focus. Together we'll define & map out the steps to help you reach your goals. Most importantly, you'll develop the tools & confidence to KEEP MOVING forward.
(415) 799-3784
San Francisco, California 94131
Kara Swedlow, Marriage & Family Therapist  in San Francisco
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, MFT
“My work is integrative, blending depth psychology with studies in attachment, neuroscience, and relational and developmental psychology. I am influenced by analytic traditions which contain a focus on trauma, and studies in contemporary neuroscience, which show how our brains process our affective (emotional) experience, particularly in the context of relationship. In addition to discussing your current and historical life experiences in our sessions, we may incorporate your dreams and somatic (body) mindfulness practices, such as exploring body sensations and their emotional counterparts.
(415) 347-8854
San Francisco, California 94109
Peter Forster, Psychiatrist  in San Francisco
“I believe that caring and respectful relationships are the basis for any kind of healing. In my work with patients I view what we do together as a collaboration. You are the expert in yourself and your feelings. I bring to that collaboration the expertise from my academic experience and training as well as from the care of thousands of patients with similar problems. Together we create a treatment plan that will lead to a sustained recovery from a mood or anxiety disorder.
(415) 419-8201
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.
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