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Psychoanalytic Therapists in San Francisco

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.
Psychoanalytic
(415) 800-4721
San Francisco, California 94115
Judith D Schiller, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in San Francisco
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, PhD, LCSW
“I enjoy working with people who feel they are not living up to their potential in relationships, love, or work. If you are curious about yourself and value understanding as a means of mastery, we may be a good fit. I am active but respectful of each person's uniqueness. Psychotherapy can be a deeply moving experience as well as transformative, and I can help you address and transform the inner beliefs and interpersonal difficulties that sabotage your success in love, friendship, and work. Years of experience have seasoned me as a clinician.
Psychoanalytic
(415) 689-9445
San Francisco, California 94105
Julian Redwood, Marriage & Family Therapist  in San Francisco
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MFT
“I am a licensed Marriage & Family Therapist with over ten years of experience helping people to improve their lives. Beginning therapy can be a daunting step. Fortunately, therapy does bring real change for the vast majority of people. Finding the right therapist is very important. I encourage you to take your time. This page and my website will give you a sense of who I am and how I can help, but the best way to determine if I am the right therapist for you is for us to talk on the phone and ideally meet in person.
Psychoanalytic
(415) 800-2943
San Francisco, California 94115
Jan Messer, Marriage & Family Therapist  in San Francisco
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
“I am a highly experienced psychotherapist and have been working for over 25 years with individual adults, couples, families and groups. The aim of my approach is to cultivate a deeper sense of freedom and life fulfillment. The collaborative and depth psychotherapy I offer focuses on helping people face and understand their unconscious conflicts and wishes, relational impasses, entrenched fears, obstacles to change and barriers to creativity and productivity. I am also a clinical supervisor, consultant and teacher for psychology students and interns at colleges and therapy clinics in the San Francisco Bay Area.
Psychoanalytic
(415) 969-2732
San Francisco, California 94131
Elizabeth Sullivan, Marriage & Family Therapist  in San Francisco
“You want help feeling better or making tough decisions. You may feel anxiety or depression: overwhelmed, or convinced that everyone else is doing better. I give you tools to create more ease, focus, and meaning in your life.
Psychoanalytic
(415) 226-6255
San Francisco, California 94104
Wade C. Smith, Marriage & Family Therapist Intern  in San Francisco
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist Intern, MS, MFTI
“Courage, willingness, and patience to make changes with one's self can be a big step and you do not have to do it alone. Congratulations on taking this first step in developing change in your life. I am here to support you in your journey. Frustration, anger, self-esteem issues, negative self-talk, depression, loneliness, anxiety; you fill in the _______. Let's work together to alleviate these symptoms. With compassion and understanding, I work with couples and individuals to help them build on their strengths and to effectively address personal life challenges.
Psychoanalytic
(415) 780-9486
San Francisco, California 94114
Joan Fenold, LMFT, Marriage & Family Therapist  in San Francisco
“The essence of my work lies in creating a relationship with you in which you would feel safe to engage in an inner journey home - opening your heart to yourself, cultivating compassionate self-understanding and developing trust in what is being felt in the moment. Old hurts and self-defeating beliefs can cause us to close down our capacity to trust, ourselves and others, which then affects our ability to connect, act positively regarding our deepest life concerns, and open to love and allow it to work its way through us impacting and inspiring all areas of our life.
Psychoanalytic
(510) 848-3372
San Francisco, California 94123
Angela Sun  in San Francisco
“Life often feels "noisy" and it is hard to slow things down enough to connect with what is happening. You often do the best you can, but end up feeling stressed, anxious, depressed, lonely, and/or insecure. My specialty is in helping you figure out your relationship issues, such as anxiety and avoidance, as well as discovering what is keeping you from achieving the type of relationships you have always wanted and deserve. My expertise is also in working with people who have had difficulties stemming from their childhood, such as abuse, neglect, and trauma.
Psychoanalytic
(415) 521-1184
San Francisco, California 94105
Yuko Ninomiya  in San Francisco
“We will take a deep look at troublesome symptoms like depression, anxiety, trauma, interpersonal conflicts, and chronic health issues. In order to make real changes to your life, we will define habitual coping patterns deeply built into your mind and body, namely your unique defensive structure, and slowly uncover difficult past events and feelings that you buried to survive. These character aspects are now blocking your healthy self-expressions and authentic self. Eventually your growing self-awareness and the release of long-held emotions will take you to a new life phase.
Psychoanalytic
(415) 403-2730
San Francisco, California 94115
Susan Moore, Marriage & Family Therapist  in San Francisco
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MFT
“A unique and trusting relationship established between therapist and patient creates a base from which the understanding and resolution of difficulties can emerge. The way you feel about your self, your life, your relationships and your pursuits can drastically change when the challenges you face feel overwhelming and out of control. I believe people get through much of life's difficulties using their unique ability to cope. When coping mechanisms start to feel as though they no longer work, that is the best time to seek help.
Psychoanalytic
(415) 820-1557
San Francisco, California 94102
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.
Psychoanalytic
(415) 347-8854
San Francisco, California 94109
Jodee Virgo, Marriage & Family Therapist Intern  in San Francisco
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist Intern, MA, MFTi
“In my psychotherapy practice I work with individuals, couples, children and families. I work collaboratively with my clients to provide a safe and supportive environment where I help them reflect and develop new ways of managing the challenges they struggle with. My approach is practical, intuitive, and direct. I draw on many modalities, including relational psychodynamic theory, Gestalt, mindfulness based CBT, and somatic awareness. I bring into the room genuine compassion, a sense of humor, and a deep commitment to facilitating lasting change for my clients.
Psychoanalytic
(415) 360-2209
San Francisco, California 94114
J. Marc Wallis, LCSW, Psychotherapy, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in San Francisco
“My approach is friendly, collaborative and straight-forward. With more than 15 years of clinical experience, I help adults, adolescents, children and couples address a variety of concerns, including: emotional turmoil, unsatisyfing relationships, and ways you may unwittingly be doing things that get in your own way. The collaborative work of therapy helps people feel more alive, satisfied and engaged in work, relationships and their other pursuits.
Psychoanalytic
(650) 209-7826
San Francisco, California 94115
Victoria Zurkan, Marriage & Family Therapist  in San Francisco
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MS, LMFT
“Much like a process of sharing, therapist and client together learn to pay close attention to aspects of yourself that you may be unable to touch on your own. One approach to understanding our behavior is to gain awareness of our unconscious drives and desires through our dreams.
Psychoanalytic
(415) 800-1277
San Francisco, California 94109
Kiana Keihani, Psychologist  in San Francisco
“I am a licensed psychologist with over 15 years of clinical experience. My approach to psychotherapy is referred to as psychodynamic or insight-oriented therapy. This type of therapy stresses that each person and their difficulties are unique. And that our difficulties are often rooted in factors outside of our awareness. People seek therapy for a situation that requires attention, and in my experience this generally concerns multiple and interacting problems rather than isolated symptoms.
Psychoanalytic
(415) 689-9853
San Francisco, California 94102
Anett Atman, Psychologist  in San Francisco
“Crises and painful emotions can be the beginning of a journey toward transformation and wisdom. If you are looking for a deeper and more connected sense of yourself, and fulfillment in life, then you may be ready for a commitment to the therapeutic process. I believe my empathic presence - the capacity to hear, see and feel a situation from the other person's vantage point- is central to the healing process. Within such a safe relationship the patient can develop an open attitude toward the unconscious; exploration of the meaning and purpose of one's life can unfold.
Psychoanalytic
(415) 801-0057
San Francisco, California 94118
Katharine Vila, Psychologist  in San Francisco
“Emotional problems can be difficult to cope with and resolve alone. Whether you have experienced a painful loss, are suffering from anxiety or depression, are feeling stifled in your personal development or relationships, or you simply cannot seem to reach your goals, the help of an experienced professional can assist you in initiating the changes that will allow you to lead a more satisfying life.
Psychoanalytic
(415) 820-1414
San Francisco, California 94109
Linda R Hammond, Marriage & Family Therapist  in San Francisco
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT, RDT, REAT
“As your therapist I join you in the process of engaging more with life and in the enjoyment of meaningful relationships. Our therapy relationship provides a place for you to develop your most important relationship, a lifelong alliance with yourself. In our collaborative work I facilitate your desire to cultivate an interest in all aspects of yourself, including difficulties in relating and difficult emotions. I find if we can learn to live through and with the difficult moments in relating and our uncomfortable feelings, the closer we get to knowing our authentic self and living full and creative lives.
Psychoanalytic
(415) 697-3162
San Francisco, California 94115
Jane Christmas, Psychologist  in San Francisco
“Being a psychotherapist means being available to you in a way that is different to other forms of human relatedness. It means I listen to the painful events and relationships troubling you in your life and open a conversation about them between us. This conversation is private and confidential, yet allows for the most honest and accessible way to both explore and understand your reactions and feelings. Although the foundation of my knowledge lies in the psychoanalytic tradition, I incorporate contemporary knowledge and methods that have developed since Sigmund Freud's first discoveries at the end of the 19th century.
Psychoanalytic
(415) 423-1066
San Francisco, California 94103
Nicole Hsiang, Marriage & Family Therapist Intern  in San Francisco
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist Intern, MA
“If you are struggling from low self esteem, fear of failure, stuckness, and self-critical thoughts that are getting in the way of your life ambitions, I'd like to work with you. Whether you are an aspiring artist, writer, entrepreneur, student, or you are just a person who wants more for themselves, I welcome you to talk to me about the life you want to live, and address wounds from the past that have kept you from it. I strive to create a safe space for you to speak freely.
Psychoanalytic
(415) 521-1826
San Francisco, California 94102
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Psychoanalytic Therapists
Psychoanalysis is an in-depth form of therapy. The client learns what conscious and unconscious wishes drive their patterns of thinking and behavior on the theory that, by making the unconscious conscious, they will make more educated choices over how they think and act.

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How can I tell if a therapist is right for me?
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