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Therapists in Santa Rosa

Micheline Worth, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Santa Rosa
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MFT
“I thoroughly enjoy my work and am inspired by connecting with my clients and helping them rediscover their purpose, happiness and enjoyment of life. In this process I use the insights, feelings and experiences that have evolved in my own ever-unfolding healing journey. My style is very personal, warm and sincere; I truly look forward to meeting and sharing time with you to discover what kind of alchemy can be achieved in our work!
(707) 879-4160
Santa Rosa, California 95404
Cornelia Busse, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Santa Rosa
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Are you feeling overwhelmed or frustrated with certain parts of your life? I have been providing therapy services for over 25 years and specialize in helping individuals create stronger and more resilient coping skills. In a warm and supportive environment I help individuals and couples develop more positive ways of responding to stressors and life challenges. If our usual coping strategies don't work a growing sense of helplessness may begin to take over and in turn anxiety and depression may begin to emerge. I utilize cognitive behavioral therapy and a humanist approach to help clients restore a sense of well being.
(707) 879-8956
Santa Rosa, California 95404
Elizabeth Cassanos, Psychologist  in Santa Rosa
“If you are looking for relief from anxiety, depression, the lasting imprint of childhood trauma, or if you are experiencing career challenges or facing a life transition, I may be the therapist for you. I help people navigate life's challenges, learn more about who they are, and grow into their potential. I bring years of study and personal work into the room, but the most important thing that you'll find in me is an open and welcoming heart that is ready to stand witness to your personal journey.
(707) 340-4015
Santa Rosa, California 95405
James Badiner, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Santa Rosa
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I work with older adolescents and adults who are facing difficulties in their life; are in a transition; and/or are having relationship problems. An overarching goal in my work with clients is to help them strengthen their coping skills and create a more meaningful life.
(707) 998-5421
Santa Rosa, California 95401
Doris R. Sami, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Santa Rosa
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, DSW, LCSW, BCD
“In over 30 years I have learned a lot about helping others from books, experience, workshops and above all my clients. I believe too much emphasis has been placed in the mental health field on pathology. I like to point out new ways of learning valuable coping skills. It is rewarding to see clients who were stuck find new avenues and happiness.
(707) 901-7957
Santa Rosa, California 95404
Rachel Honey, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Santa Rosa
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MFT
“Many of my clients are people who despite their successes, still find themselves saddled with a fierce inner critic. They may struggle with feelings of anxiety, or low self esteem. Sometimes people begin therapy with me because they feel disconnected from their passion and purpose in life or they wonder what holds them back from having more satisfying relationships. With help you can learn how to feel calmer and tame the critic. By paying skillful attention to your feelings we will uncover the blocks that keep you from being fully engaged, allowing you to reclaim your zest for life.
(707) 549-6230
Santa Rosa, California 95401
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
Barbara Bowen, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Santa Rosa
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I believe that people seek therapy in order gain skills and understanding to deal with difficult periods of their lives, whether that be a wanted or unwanted transition, crisis, relationship disturbance, or longing to recover from past experiences that hold them back. These periods of our lives can often feel confusing and overwhelming, or can lead to unanticipated anxiety or depression. My goal as a therapist is to provide a safe and supportive environment for clients to deal these difficult circumstances and emotions and to assist them in developing the tools they need to feel competent and successful.
(707) 737-6312
Santa Rosa, California 95404
Jessica Smith, MFT Counseling and Therapy, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Santa Rosa
“Are you feeling overwhelmed, stuck or frustrated with your life or relationship? Do you want more joy, more aliveness or more clarity? My particular style of therapy may be appropriate if you struggle with relationship or intimacy difficulties, past traumas, anxiety, depression, stress or issues with insecurity or self-worth. I can provide you with strategies for managing the hard places as well as opportunities for growth and change. Therapy can be a rich and rewarding process and I am committed to helping you find your way.
(707) 205-9670
Santa Rosa, California 95404
Tricia Ellis Christensen, Marriage & Family Therapist Intern  in Santa Rosa
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist Intern, MA, MFTI
“Therapy is a journey we take together. We will both work to identify your problem areas and we will cooperatively create solutions to these problems. You can expect me to be caring, interested and ready to provide a safe space for us to work. I am strongly invested in seeing you meet your goals in the therapy setting.
(707) 549-6977
Santa Rosa, California 95401
Joan I Levy, Psychologist  in Santa Rosa
“Welcome to my practice. Do you struggle with relationship patterns, or wounds, that prevent you from reaching your potential in school, work, parenting, and/or intimate relationships? Alternatively are you normally satisfied with your life and relationships, but currently experiencing unusual distress due to anxiety, depression, a loss, a traumatic event, or a life transition? I will work with you in a collaborative, non-judgmental way to assess what form of therapy will most benefit you. I offer a range of therapy modalities including: EMDR, CBT, and attachment/relationship focused therapy for healing, growth, and to enhance interpersonal relationships.
(707) 341-6923
Santa Rosa, California 95404
John Omaha, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Santa Rosa
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, PhD, MFT
“Clients are people who are having difficulty managing emotions. Their challenges -- eating disorders, addictions, alcoholism, sexual compulsivity disorders, relationship problems -- all represent attempts to manage emotions. I begin my work by teaching clients skills to recognize, tolerate, and regulate (up or down) a range of emotions. This work builds a strong therapeutic relationship and at the same time remediates problems with the attachment from childhood. Having laid a foundation, in the second phase of the work the client and I uncover and resolve the childhood experiences that set the client on the path to the presenting problem.
(707) 896-4838
Santa Rosa, California 95401
Kate Ramsey, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Santa Rosa
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, MFT
“I believe that the answers are here within us, and real change is possible when we have real support and guidance. As a therapist, I approach my work with radical acceptance and deep respect for the unique and ingenious resilience that each person possesses. Through collaborative processes of self-exploration and compassionate self-awareness, clients are able to heal past wounds, move toward what they care about, and experience more connectedness, fulfillment, wellbeing, and joy. My current orientation and training is primarily focused on Accelerated Experiential Dynamic Psychotherapy (AEDP), a mindful and embodied approach to healing.
(415) 639-9430
Santa Rosa, California 95401
Tina Sandoval-Dyer, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Santa Rosa
“Making that first call to a therapist can be frightening. Feelings of pride embarrassment, shame and or financial issues can get in the way of living a more fulfilled life. My focus is to provide a welcoming and safe environment and to lend support to couples, individuals and families who are facing life's many challenges. My specialty is in working with couples and relationships. I strongly believe that providing an opportunity for one to experience intense emotions along with the ability to communicate these feelings in a non destructive and respectful mannor is the first step in healing and strengthening a relationship.
(707) 800-3086 x327
Santa Rosa, California 95405
Joy S. Kolker, Psychologist  in Santa Rosa
“Do you feel unloved? Like the black sheep in the family? Difficult work, home, or health challenges, high sensitivity, rocky relationships, or unresolved childhood issues can make us feel unloved, resulting in depression, anxiety, stress, mistrust, grief, anger, loneliness, or low self-esteem. I provide a safe haven to explore your innermost feelings, thoughts, experiences, desires; I want to hear your story. I listen attentively, acknowledge your feelings, and gently identify/examine self-defeating thoughts and behavior patterns, causing suffering. We will develop and practice ways to reduce stress and anxiety, diminish depression, increase self-confidence, and enhance well-being.
(707) 358-6857
Santa Rosa, California 95404
Patrice Ann Trevoledes, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Santa Rosa
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, MFT
“Just as the speed of technology has rapidly increased and expanded our lives, so has the urgency of people to resolve their life challenges and move quickly through transitions. Here are some of the transitions we may face during our lives: the loss of a loved one, the loss of a relationship, becoming parents, caring for aging parents, beginning new careers, leaving home for the first time or deepening our spiritual lives. I gently guide people to quickly transform these challenges into opportunities to grow and achieve personal goals, in a safe, warm and accepting environment.
(707) 531-7223
Santa Rosa, California 95404
Lisa Rohe, Psychologist  in Santa Rosa
“Dr. Lisa Rohe is an experienced clinical psychologist specializing in teens and young adults. Over the course of her career, she has assisted teens and their families through the developmental transitions of child-to-teen and teen-to-adult. Her philosophical framework includes meeting each client where they are and incorporating various treatment modalities best suited to that individual's needs and personality. In addition to utilizing cognitive/behavioral and other proven treatment methods, Dr. Rohe has a long standing interest in the incorporation of art, nature, meditation, guided imagery and contemporary rites of passage in her work with youth.
(707) 881-7935
Santa Rosa, California 95404
Kevin Cooper, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Santa Rosa
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MFT
“I believe that most client's suffering originates from distorted beliefs often developed in childhood. These beliefs are generally outside of the client's awareness and can cause a variety of symptoms including low self esteem, depression, and anxiety. My role is to provide a warm hearted/emotionally safe environment where these beliefs can be identified and made "conscious", repeatedly challenged, and ultimately disproved in therapy. When no longer driven by maladaptive beliefs that create their suffering, clients are free to live more empowered, joyful, and fulfilling lives.
(707) 998-5847
Santa Rosa, California 95404
Lisa Wolper, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Santa Rosa
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, SAP
“Do you feel overwhelmed with your moods and thoughts? Are sadness and loneliness taking up too much of your day? Are you struggling with a recent loss or some ancient family history that you just can't seem to shake? Does your life feel flat or in a state of agitation? These are just some of the ways depression can show up in your life. If left untreated, depression can take a tremendous toll on your physical health and emotional well being. But there is help out there. You don't have to go through this alone.
(707) 524-8864
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
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