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Borderline Personality Therapists in Alameda County

Jacob Donnelly, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Berkeley
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“I take an open, non-judgmental approach to working with my clients. While I consider myself to be a generalist practitioner and use whatever approach works best for the unique circumstances, strengths, and goals of each of my clients, I also have specific training and expertise in Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT), Motivational Interviewing (MI), mindfulness meditation, and crisis counseling.
Borderline Personality
(510) 768-8069
Berkeley, California 94702
Caroline Mok  in Berkeley
“I joined the practice of Dr. Paula Mandel as a Registered Psychological Assistant. Our practice specializes in providing psychotherapy to individual adults, adolescents, families, and couples. I have experience in treating numerous psychological disorders and supporting patients through difficult times, conflictual relationships, and troubling emotions. Along with the general areas of psychology, I specialize in the treatment of trauma. I have worked as a trauma researcher for seven years at the Palo Alto VA and Palo Alto University, publishing a book chapter on personality disorders and presenting at trauma conferences across the U.S. and Canada.
Borderline Personality
(510) 849-6819
Berkeley, California 94704
Patricia E. Zurita Ona, Psychologist  in Berkeley
“I'm a Licensed Clinical Psychologist with a private practice in Walnut Creek. I fundamentally believe that understanding "why or how" a problem has become a problem it's not enough; "doing something about it" is what matters at the end. Therefore, my clinical work strongly encourages behavioral-change processes based on my client's personal values/goals. I use exclusively different evidence-based interventions from Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT), and Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) that have proven to be effective for treating different psychological difficulties.
Borderline Personality
(925) 956-4636
Office is near:
Berkeley, California 94705
Nancy Outka, LMFT, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Fremont
“I provide a safe and relaxing place to heal and grow. I use my 16 years of experience to help people who are struggling to make sense of their lives and relationships. I have been trained in many theoretical orientations. I focus on Cognitive Behavioral Therapy which has been shown to be effective in helping people to make emotional and behavioral changes. When you come to therapy, you can expect a compassionate person who will collaboratively work with you. Together we will explore the issues. look at where you want to be in life, and make a plan to get you there.
Borderline Personality
(510) 746-8583
Fremont, California 94538
Kate Bourne, Psychologist  in Berkeley
“Every day I meet with individuals and couples who are in the process of overcoming worry, depression, conflict and dissatisfaction to find greater joy, fulfillment and meaning in their lives. Therapy works. If and when you decide to take that first step, I think you will find me to be an insightful, responsive and non-judgmental individual with an extensive therapy "tool kit." My approach is interactive and personal. Together, we will engage in a process of exploration to clarify your concerns, access deeper layers of understanding, and find more effective answers to new or recurring life issues.
Borderline Personality
(510) 295-7941
Berkeley, California 94705
Jenessa Radocchio, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Oakland
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“In addition to adult individuals and couples, I work quite well with difficult adolescents and pre-teens, and can tolerate a high degree of intensity in therapy sessions. I am uniquely capable of providing a containing and non-judgmental space, and am particularly interested in working with issues that arise as a result of counter-culture lifestyles. I bring a social justice perspective to my work, meaning that I take the entirety of my clients' environment as equally important and formative as their early childhood relationships and mental processes.
Borderline Personality
(510) 907-7253
Oakland, California 94609
Dr. Christine E. Dickson PhD, Psychologist  in Pleasanton
“Trained in Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction developed at the University of Massachusetts Medical Center, I work with you to change unproductive thoughts, manage your emotions, and modify behaviors. I am an international speaker and published author on work-life balance, and hold a Dual PhD in Clinical Psychology and Industrial-Organizational Psychology. With over 15 years experience blending cognitive behavioral therapy with mindfulness, I can give you the tools you need to succeed in your personal and professional life. I am skilled in individual therapy, couples counseling, and executive coaching. I offer virtual and face-to-face sessions.
Borderline Personality
(925) 521-8785
Pleasanton, California 94566
Tom Wooldridge, Psychologist  in Berkeley
“From our first meeting, I develop an approach that is responsive to your needs. Some clients already have a clear idea of the problems they want to solve. Others need time to explore their experience and to clarify what they'd like to change. I provide a safe space for this exploration to take place. Patients consistently tell me that my responsive and interactive style is helpful to them. In some cases, clients want me to just listen. Other times, it's most helpful for me to actively ask questions and offer new perspectives.
Borderline Personality
(510) 860-4473
Berkeley, California 94704
Miranda York, Marriage & Family Therapist Intern  in Oakland
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist Intern, MFTI
“I've witnessed the healing power of the therapeutic relationship to transform feelings of unloveability and shame into feeling lovable and finding satisfying relationship, and to shift overwhelming feelings into freedom and clarity. I work with couples, individuals, families, and children. I welcome everyone who wants to work with me, and especially welcome those who may not have felt comfortable in therapy before, possibly due to existing outside of the norm including: queer and trans* folk, teenagers labeled as having "problem" behaviors, people of size, sex workers, polyamorous arrangements etc.
Borderline Personality
(415) 360-2733
Oakland, California 94609
Kenny Meagher, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Union City
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MS, MFT
“What happened? Where did we go wrong? It used to be so different. Why does it seem so hard dealing with the people you should feel closest to? Confused about what you are doing? Don't know what it is you really want to do? Ever reacted to a situation in a way that surprised yourself? Ever thought to yourself, "That wasn't me"? Ever get angry when you don't want to? Feel depressed when you absolutely HATE feeling that way? Have people in your life you used to love and now you just don't get at all?
Borderline Personality
(510) 828-3436
Union City, California 94587
Wendy Worms, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Alameda
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW, PPSC
“Many people who come for therapy are initially uncertain about their capacity to change, and whether therapy can help. They feel stuck. Individuals have been unable to achieve the outcomes in life they want and are feeling lost or unhappy. Couples are often experiencing strained, reactive patterns that create barriers to intimacy, sexual desire, and happiness. I work in a warm, collaborative, and direct manner to support adolescents, adults and couples in the process of acceptance and change. My approach focuses on developing a relationship of mutual trust and respect.
Borderline Personality
(510) 671-8055
Alameda, California 94501
Paula Massengill, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Oakland
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“We all sometimes face a challenge in life that we just can't seem to resolve on our own. It might be a new chapter in your life that brings unexpected trials: adulthood, marriage, parenting, step-parenting, divorce, children leaving home, caring for your aging parents, the loss of a loved one, or facing your own mortality. It might be a conflict in a relationship with a loved one or in your professional life. Or it might be more of an internal struggle, whether recent or long-standing, that is giving rise to anxiety, depression, struggles with food or alcohol, or other self-defeating behaviors.
Borderline Personality
(510) 746-8555
Oakland, California 94611
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, ASW, LCSW
“We are a group of clinicians with diverse service backgrounds who are highly skilled in trauma care. We all have degrees in social work and experience in community based care. Oakland Trauma Counseling is committed to providing a respectful and caring environment for all clients. For more information on individual clinicians, please see our website:
Borderline Personality
(510) 254-3870
Oakland, California 94606
Paul Beirne,   in Fremont
“Adolescence can be a rough time for teens and parents alike. The transition from childhood to adulthood is full of new and sometimes confusing experiences that can leave young adults and families feeling lost or stuck. Parents find themselves in a similar position and do not know what to do to help. If you or your child have been feeling this way, I am here to help. My unique approach to treatment helps people identify the core issues that have been avoided and pushed aside. Lasting changes in thought patterns are made, and overall life improvement occurs.
Borderline Personality
(415) 658-9026
Fremont, California 94538
Living Arts Counseling Center, Marriage & Family Therapist Intern  in Emeryville
“There are times in our lives when the unexpected happens. We lose a loved one, we are in a life transition, or we can feel as if the past experiences are difficult to let go. Change is not easy and and I believe that having someone to walk with you on your journey can make a world of difference. Some people come to therapy when things are at their worst while others enjoy therapy to challenge them for personal growth and development.
Borderline Personality
(510) 356-2852 x16
Emeryville, California 94608
Nancy Levine-jordano, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Oakland
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I believe most people seek therapy as a road to change: lessening sadness, loneliness, anxiety, guilt, shame; changing relationships; making life transitions. I have devoted many years of training and practice to better help my patients understand their unconscious obstacles to desired change. For some patients change means learning to confront pain from chronic conditions like anxiety, depression, bi-polar or attention deficit disorders, For others, change entails finding their authentic voice in relationships or facing difficult realities. I enjoy developing a close, working relationship with my patients to create new capacities within themselves, hopefully perceiving new choices in their lives.
Borderline Personality
(510) 394-1891
Oakland, California 94610
Shana Burns, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Berkeley
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
“Welcome! Whether you're seeking short or long-term psychotherapy to pursue personal development, transformation and healing, my style is compassionate, supportive, empathic and direct. Through a relational, mindfulness, strengths-based approach, we may explore ways of improving and deepening your relationships, moving through losses, honing your capacities towards greater self-empowerment, recovering from addiction and/or mental illness, and unearthing the unseen obstacles that often prevent us from embodying our truest selves and living our lives fully.
Borderline Personality
(415) 635-0415
Berkeley, California 94703
Brandon J Vance, Psychiatrist  in Oakland
“Feeling stuck with anxieties, depression or relationships can be so uncomfortable, distracting and even disabling, not to mention making people feel hopeless. If you want to change, I am here to understand and to help. Active techniques such as Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) including "TEAM" therapy help you transform patterns on a gut level and give you tools to stay well. As an integrative psychiatrist, I also comprehensively assess what may be beneficial for you on a physical and psychological level including diet, healthy behaviors, wellness practices, supplements and medications.
Borderline Personality
(415) 969-6240
Oakland, California 94618
Debbie Ghidinelli, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Oakland
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT
“Change is often difficult. You might be seeking therapy because your best efforts to change yourself or your relationships have proven unsuccessful. You may be in the grip of emotions that seem beyond your control and understanding; these might include feelings of sadness, anger, loneliness, fear or self-destructiveness. We will work together to better understand the meaning of the feelings and behaviors that have become problematic, to help recognize old patterns that block growth, and make way for deep and lasting change.
Borderline Personality
(510) 924-0342
Oakland, California 94602
Lynn Winsten, Psychologist  in Berkeley
“I am most interested in helping people make the most of their lives. Good relationships and/or a fulfilling career bring us the greatest gratification. My focus will be to help you to achieve your life goals whatever they may be.
Borderline Personality
(510) 296-5574
Berkeley, California 94706
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Borderline Personality (BPD) Therapists
Look here for help with borderline personality in Alameda County, BPD issues or for Alameda County borderline personality disorder. BPD treatment or BPB counseling may include dialectical behavior therapy or DBT Therapists in Alameda County). DBT has been developed as a form of counseling specifically to treat BPD. Antidepressant drugs and mood stabilizers may be helpful for depressed and, or, labile mood. Antipsychotic drugs may also be used when there are distortions in thinking. See Borderline Personality. Try an Alameda County BPD Therapist, Alameda County facility or Alameda County treatment program. Therapists also help with therapy for teenagers in Alameda County, or Alameda County adults and seniors who suspect they have a borderline personality disorder.

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Therapists in Alameda County have broad skills and are able to work with a wide range of issues.

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