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Therapists in San Francisco

Sherry M Freeman, Marriage & Family Therapist  in San Francisco
“Therapy is about how to feel better, how to make your life rich and satisfying. What is in your way? What stops you from being the person you want to be, from living the life you want to live? I see people of all ages, in all walks of life and help them overcome obstacles to acheiving their goals. Often it is inner blocks like anxiety and depression, that stand in your way. Other times it's confusion; not knowing how to approach a problem. Therapy can help you sort it all out, and take positive steps towards a new start.
(650) 385-8707
San Francisco, California 94122
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Marriage & Family Therapist Intern, MA, MFTI
“My clinical experience includes working with children and adults to address issues such as trauma, depression, addiction, anxiety, acculturation and the immigrant experience. I have specialized training in working with survivors of domestic violence and complex trauma.
Tracy Lynn Fleming, Marriage & Family Therapist  in San Francisco
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Marriage & Family Therapist, MS, MFT
“Suffering from depression, having relationship problems, experiencing trauma or abuse? I have over 8 years experience treating adults and adolescents with mood disorders, anxiety, and trauma related issues. I have also worked with couples with a wide variety of relationship issues such as communication and intimacy. I provide a wide variety of services related to custody matters including mediation, custody evaluations, therapeutic supervised visitation, and co-parenting counseling.
(650) 209-7979
San Francisco, California 94114
Elly Lin, Psychologist  in San Francisco
“I believe that healing and growth are inherent functions of the psyche. Within the containment of a warm, compassionate and collaborative therapeutic relationship, I encourage and cultivate the emergence of these functions in my clients that can lead to positive change or even profound personal transformation. It is crucial to explore difficult feelings and thoughts in this process. In my experience, while these thoughts and feelings can lead to psychological symptoms when avoided and pushed into the unconscious, they hold great potential for change when experienced, confronted and reflected upon in a safe setting.
(415) 868-4849
San Francisco, California 94118
Nicole Lako, Marriage & Family Therapist  in San Francisco
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Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, MFT
“Finding the best fit when searching for a therapist can be challenging, but not impossible. A good connection with a therapist makes it possible to safely address and work through painful patterns and struggles. Our work together will allow you the opportunity to explore the past and present, to heal, to develop healthier relationships and to live a more satisfying life.
(415) 799-7614
San Francisco, California 94118
Ana Noles, Psychologist  in San Francisco
“Each individual or couple's suffering is unique. In spite of significant success and achievements the sources of this suffering can elude and confuse you in frustrating ways. I offer a place where we can think together about your suffering and where you can develop a capacity for happiness, calm and a sense of sturdiness and purpose. Examining your unique experiences can allow you to discover new ways of relating to yourself and others and the flexibility to live your life differently. The therapy relationship is a powerful venue for insight AND transformation.
(510) 470-7582
San Francisco, California 94104
Erin Mullin, Psychologist  in San Francisco
“Something is getting in the way of living the life you want to live. You want to be professionally successful, have good relationships with friends and family, contribute meaningfully to the world and even have some fun. Instead you may be suffering a barrage of negative thoughts about yourself, sabotaging work or relationships or feeling unbearably anxious. I can provide a supportive, respectful relationship where you can face these difficult issues. I have helped many people to curb self/other destructiveness, improve relationships and have a more successful work-life while learning to be more kind to themselves and others.
(415) 800-4721
San Francisco, California 94115
Pam Miller, Marriage & Family Therapist  in San Francisco
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Marriage & Family Therapist, MFT
“I work well with individuals and couples going through life transitions, in love, work, identity, grief, parenting, infertility. Psychotherapy is not one size fits all, but a relationship finely tailored to each individual(s). Your needs determine the approach I take. I have over 30 years of experience and a wide variety of approaches to choose from. My main tools are good listening, and a strong belief people can learn from their past and current experiences, if they have the support to face themselves honestly. No one is too old to learn new strategies to make life more fulfilling.
(415) 766-9030
San Francisco, California 94117
Karen Wolfe, Marriage & Family Therapist  in San Francisco
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, MFT
“I am a licensed marriage and family therapist specializing in child and family therapy and social skills groups in San Francisco and the East Bay. I provide play-based child therapy, parenting support (with a focus on Hand in Hand Parenting), social skills groups, and school-based support, including in-class coaching/shadowing. I also provide depth-oriented psychotherapy for adults and offer skills to tackle anxiety, depression, and relationship challenges through EFT/tapping, CBT, mindfulness, and exploring challenges in a safe space.
(415) 692-7910
San Francisco, California 94110
SF Therapy & Counseling, Marriage & Family Therapist  in San Francisco
“For close to a decade, I have worked with thousands of clients ranging from individuals, couples, families, groups, and as a clinical supervisor to other therapists. My clients describe my style as warm and authentic while at the same time "no-nonsense". While some therapy is past-focused, the emphasis of our work together will be "experientially-focused". This means that I will help to guide you in discovering what is happening for you internally moment-to-moment within the context of our sessions.
(415) 310-9590
San Francisco, California 94102
Wendy Von Wiederhold, Psychologist  in San Francisco
“Emotions can sometimes be difficult to bear-sadness, worries about yourself and others, fears, painful recurrent interactions and relationships. Working with an understanding professional to explore feelings and expectations about yourself and your relationships can be the key to clarifying troubling emotional states. These feelings can cause recurrent painful states, or push us toward repetitive or self-destructive behaviors. Exploring these feelings in a safe relationship can cause feelings about yourself and others to shift, opening to new ways of thinking and behaving. This allows for greater flexibility, enhanced creativity, a better relationship with yourself, and better connections and relationships.
(415) 322-0318
San Francisco, California 94115
Diana Naranjo, Psychologist  in San Francisco
“I am a clinical health psychologist with advanced training at Children's Hospital Boston/Harvard Medical School and UCSF in a range of evidence-based treatments to alleviate distress and increase quality of life across the lifespan. I work in a warm collaborative way with adults, adolescents, and children on issues ranging from general mental health concerns like anxiety, depression, eating disorders, and ADHD, to medical issues. I use Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, combining elements from Solution Focused Therapy, Relaxation Therapy, and Dialectical Behavioral Therapy depending on particular client needs.
(415) 889-2831
San Francisco, California 94104
Marla Cass, Marriage & Family Therapist  in San Francisco
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, MFT
“I help people look at their lives through a different lens and discover new ways to skillfully navigate the challenges they may be experiencing with respect to interpersonal relationships, career, and self-esteem. My style is collaborative, warm, and genuine, and I don't hide behind psychobabble. While listening forms the cornerstone of my work, I do more than just listen: I am engaged and interactive, offering understanding and support to help you get unstuck and reach your goals in a safe and non-judgmental environment.
(415) 967-5007
San Francisco, California 94102
Melinda Frenkel, Marriage & Family Therapist  in San Francisco
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT
“Choosing to begin psychotherapy opens yourself to the experience of self-discovery, reflection, and growth. This decision may feel exhilarating or scary - as self-work often requires courage and a willingness to examine aspects of life which may have gone unattended for some time. But truly, beginning psychotherapy reflects an inner desire and commitment to enhance the parts of yourself and your life which are working well, and to explore, and ultimately make changes in the parts you would like to be different.
(415) 938-5311
San Francisco, California 94114
Leticia A Manzanares, Marriage & Family Therapist  in San Francisco
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Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
“Relationships are challenging and they bring a spectrum of emotions from happiness to heartache. Having a quiet place to deal with the adjustment of any major life transition can bring an experience of change and insight. My goal is to create a safe, confidential and supported space for my client to do the necessary interpersonal work so they can bring the best of themselves to any relationship or life issue. I take a client-centered approach, which gives me the opportunity to invite the client to explore the process of personal growth.
(415) 697-3362
San Francisco, California 94110
James O'Dowd, Psychologist  in San Francisco
“We all get stuck at some point in our lives. Sometimes we compensate by reverting to older, familiar patterns of coping, that may have been effective in the past, but don't quite address the complexity of the problems you face today.
(415) 237-2119
San Francisco, California 94104
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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
Deborah Brenner-Liss, Psychologist  in San Francisco
“I am the director of the Association of Professionals Treating Eating Disorders. I do take insurance in my own private practice, but the clinicians at the clinic cannot take insurance. However, they do have sliding scales for therapy. We host several groups and will be adding more groups in the fall. If you are needing an eating disorders specialist who does take insurance, we can also refer you to someone in our larger organization. You can also look on-line, To call me directly: 415-771-3068; to schedule an intake at the clinic: 415-931-6090.
(415) 771-3068
San Francisco, California 94115
Leah Lazar, Marriage & Family Therapist  in San Francisco
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Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, MFT
“For over 25 years, I have specialized in relationship/intimacy and addiction issues, mainly working with people who are successful in their work life, yet experience deep dissatisfaction and/or chronic difficulties in their relational life.Therapy allows us to identify and safely explore the repetitive emotional patterns that interfere with developing and sustaining intimate relationships. Awareness of these patterns is crucial. However, lasting change requires more than insight. We need to journey into the unknown realm of hidden meanings and inner motivations that block deeper authentic connection with self and others.
(415) 843-1923
San Francisco, California 94115
Nancy Odell, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in San Francisco
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I have a warm, supportive, and direct style in working with my clients. My work focuses on helping people improve self esteem, feel empowered in relationships/work and change self-defeating patterns of behavior. I have over 20 years of experience working with posttraumatic stress disorder, substance abuse and Adult Children of Alcoholics. I also help people with life transitions, family of origin issues, grief/loss and challenges related to depression and anxiety. Many of my clients are referred by other clients and colleagues, which for me is the best compliment I can receive about my work.
(415) 987-5794
San Francisco, California 94118

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.