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Therapists in Santa Rosa

Cynthia Ferrera, Psychologist  in Santa Rosa
“Hi, I have been in practice for 25+ years and I still love what I do. I treat adolescents, adults and seniors, couples and families. My treatment approach varies depending on your needs. I see some patients on a short term basis where we discuss present life problem areas and substitute more adaptive responses where we understand how erroneous thoughts and beliefs can be substituted with more healthy and adaptive understanding. With some patients where we have an ongoing relationship where we explore how early life experiences may have shaped the way you respond to present day situations and relationships.
(707) 525-9067
Santa Rosa, California 95409
Richard H Von Feldt, Psychologist  in Santa Rosa
“Dr. Von Feldt is a San Francisco Bay Area, licensed psychologist who specializes in addiction and prevention as well as dual diagnosis issues. In his practice Dr. Von Feldt works with adults, teens and families. Dr. Von Feldt offers a variety of empirically validated treatments to help his clients succeed. Through his friendly attitude, warm character and good sense of humor, Dr. Von Feldt fosters a sense of ease that helps clients focus on the changes they want to make.
(707) 764-6070
Santa Rosa, California 95401
Tatra de la Rosa, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Santa Rosa
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, MFT
“Selecting the right therapist for you and your loved ones is a very personal process and I am happy to answer any questions you may have. I really love this work and am deeply fulfilled when working with clients on any of life's many complexities. I am an active and engaged therapist who seeks to truly understand and connect with each of my clients, regardless of whatever challenges they are facing and attempting to resolve. My purpose as a therapist is best served when I am being myself: straightforward and direct, curious and compassionate, and deeply engaged and connected.
(707) 820-2737
Santa Rosa, California 95404
Jane D Lind, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Santa Rosa
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MFT
“For over 20 years I have been helping men, women and couples when their lives have become painful, deadened, upsetting, or when unexpected events disrupted their lives. I will join with you to help tolerate immediate concerns, to develop effective techniques for you, and if you want, explore further possibilities for more satisfying relationships and life. I'm experienced in both brief, solution-focused therapy, and exploratory deep therapy. I offer clients an empathic, collaborative and individually-focused therapeutic relationship: the surprising paradox of relationship is how we can become more true to ourselves by fully being with someone else.
(707) 542-4455
Santa Rosa, California 95404
Carol Weser, Psychologist  in Santa Rosa
“I believe it is the "personhood" of the therapist that is most important for a genuine therapeutic relationship. I am compassionate, very intelligent and plain speaking. I have treated adults and couples for 28 years. I have lots of life experience too, which will hopefully help in understanding your issues. I am a wife and mother, have lived in 4 countries and trained therapists for 10 years. I help young and not-so-young people with their relationships with others and themselves, and with those transitions that are part of human existence.
(707) 560-1913
Santa Rosa, California 95404
Susan D. Wagner, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Santa Rosa
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, MFT
“Are you longing for more fulfillment, happiness, self confidence, motivation? Perhaps an intimate relationship or better communication and understanding in your current relationships? Looking to reduce anxiety or depression? Through presence, mindful attention, curiosity and kindness a therapeutic relationship develops and the healing process begins. I believe many difficulties stem from the inability to tolerate the experience in the body in the present moment. There are many ways we move away from ourselves. I will guide you back to the most important relationship you will ever have. Your relationship with yourself. Life improves. I hope to hear from you soon.
(707) 340-3998
Santa Rosa, California 95404
Robert Peter Hobson, Licensed Psychoanalyst  in Santa Rosa
“I would welcome contact from anyone who wishes to get to grips with his or her emotional life. This may be prompted by your experience of anxiety, depression, or difficulties in relationships, or may stem from a wish to know more about yourself and to find additional depth and fulfilment in life.
(707) 396-8697
Santa Rosa, California 95404
Linda Collett, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Santa Rosa
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
“Welcome. If you are feeling lost, struggling, overwhelmed or currently facing a painfully difficult time, I can help. Experiencing emotional pain and struggling with life issues are part of the process of living. Yet, when we find ourselves stuck in patterns, situations, or relationships that continue to be painful, we ask “Why can’t things be better?” or “What is wrong with me?” and eventually “Can I ever feel happy?” Often these are the issues that propel us to seek therapy. Emotional pain can show up as anger, fear, grief, confusion, anxiety, exhaustion, procrastination, etc. I believe, for change to occur, safety, empathy and respect are essential. I have come to experience an increasing sense of sacredness about our work together. It often takes courage to walk through the therapist’s door for the first time. As healing begins, I am reminded of the resiliency and courage of the human spirit.
(707) 238-5372
Santa Rosa, California 95409
Loi C. Medvin, Psychologist  in Santa Rosa
“I help you transform your anger, anxiety, negative patterns of behavior, and your lack of focus and motivation so that you can be a happier, healthier person. And after your transformation or transformative experience (whether birth, near death experience, festival, psychedelic, or otherwise) - I can help you integrate back into your life and relationships.
(707) 962-4196
Santa Rosa, California 95401
Jennifer Ballard, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Santa Rosa
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MS, MFT, LPCC
“Are you looking for a therapist for your child? Do you want help with parenting strategies? As a Marriage & Family Therapist, I am passionate about helping families resolve conflict, have better communication, and foster individual growth. My office is conveniently located in downtown Santa Rosa. I have day, evening, and Saturday appointments available. I welcome your phone call and would be happy to set up a free in-person consultation.
(707) 483-9061
Santa Rosa, California 95403
Dr. George A. Aiken PhD, Psychologist  in Santa Rosa
“Real, significant, life enhancing changes that will bring peace, a sense of fulfillment, and meaningfulness to everyday life is possible. I firmly believe that all individuals and couples have the innate capacity to become emotionally whole and mentally healthy. At the end of a typical psychotherapy session, my clients are excited that they have opened new windows into themselves that will lead to positive change in their lives.
(707) 737-6814
Santa Rosa, California 95407
Martha Kahane, Psychologist  in Santa Rosa
“The therapeutic relationship is a powerful vehicle for transformation. Through developing a trusting relationship where all feelings are welcome, I teach people to trust themselves and thus live more satisfying and authentic lives. My primary theoretical approach is object relations. This implies that relationships imprinted in early life play out and can be reworked in therapy wherein the client can internalize healthier ways of interacting. I am privileged to engage in this deeply personal process with people who are motivated by their suffering to find more effective ways to relate to themselves and others.
(707) 901-7978
Santa Rosa, California 95404
Zeena Janowsky, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Santa Rosa
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MFT
“I work with couples and individuals sorting out the bewildering circumstances of their lives. Are you trying to navigate your daily interactions with a partner or family member? Is it the communication? Is it something deeper? Why do small things get big? Why do relationships get 'stuck'? Are there internal conflicts within? I have been practicing psychotherapy for decades. I enjoy sharing what I observe, staying along side clients, as they come to a better understanding of the problem. We explore possible options, or ways of being. My work involves listening, questions to explore and conversation within the private space of the therapy office.
(707) 901-7933
Santa Rosa, California 95404
Sharon Bergeron, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Santa Rosa
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MFT
“It is possible, I believe, for life to be deeply satisfying, fulfilling and vital ~ whatever the beginning, and however difficult or confusing the present time might seem. For over 25 years in my practice, I have witnessed this again and again ~ and have developed a deep respect for the stamina and resilience of the human spirit. I work to provide you with the kind of supportive context that can help you find your innate gifts, and make real the changes you envision. I focus on the ways awareness of difficulty or pain can be a key to hidden strength and renewal.
(707) 622-5918 x1
Santa Rosa, California 95404
Karen E Nordeen, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Santa Rosa
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, MFT, CMT
“Are you frustrated with reactions and behaviors that no longer work for you? How would you like to choose and negotiate what works best in relationships? My work includes the whole person and a clear understanding of the goals one wants to achieve in therapy. Techniques in session will be used to increase mind-body awareness and may include sensing one’s physical response in a conflict, exploring emotional holding patterns and past decisions that still exist. Together we will explore whether rigid or resigned patterns used are effective, learn and practice new ones that increase flexibility and choice.
(415) 689-7195
Santa Rosa, California 95401
Rose Thomas Lawrence, Psychologist  in Santa Rosa
“If you're in emotional pain, feeling dead inside, or numb, let me help you. When you work with me, you can feel assured that I respect how you feel, value your time, and that I want to help you achieve the relief and recovery you're looking for. I also want to help you feel comfortable about the work we do, even though sometimes the material will be hard. I offer a safe and soothing, holding environment where you can feel like you're talking to a friend, even though you're working with a professional.
(707) 981-4541
Santa Rosa, California 95401
Health Resolutions Treatment Center, Treatment Facility  in Santa Rosa
“Health Resolutions Treatment Center takes a bold, fresh approach to the recovery process. We focus on solving core biochemical and physical impairments rather than managing symptoms. Like an engineer, we fine tune a body's own operating system.
(707) 413-6308
Santa Rosa, California 95403
Cynthia Halliday, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Santa Rosa
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, MFT, ATR
“Have you ever felt like the stresses in your life were overwhelming? Do you sometimes feel unprepared to deal with the demands of parenting? Are there challenges or conflicts within your family? Are complex changes in your life confusing you about what to do? Are you searching for understanding, some new tools or some new ways to create more peacefulness in your life?
(707) 549-6910
Santa Rosa, California 95403
Arthur Rosenthal, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Santa Rosa
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MFT
“I offer compassionate, down-to-earth support for people going through difficult experiences. My style is interactive and personable. I draw from a variety of therapeutic orientations to individualize my treatment to your needs and goals, ranging from short-term problem solving counseling to long-term depth oriented psychotherapy. I welcome all enquiries.
(707) 743-3041
Santa Rosa, California 95403
“I have more than 30 years experience working with families, adults and couples. I focus on paying attention to the patient's needs as to what they want to address and accomplish. I offer short and long term treatment as appropriate. I encourage people to practice things we discuss after sessions to maximize gains. Identifying people's strengths and identifying internal and external resources is a major focus. My experience includes psychological testing, chemical dependency treatment and people exploring stages of change and transition from work related stressors, marital problems and relationship challenges.
(707) 743-4604
Santa Rosa, California 95401
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