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Therapists in 94704

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.
(510) 860-4473
Berkeley, California 94704
John C Sanders  in Berkeley
“As a psychological assistant, I work under the liscensed supervision of Dr. Ron Perry through his private practice. I have had the pleasure of working with a wide range of clientele with unique issues they are hoping to work through and a skill set they are looking to improve. Often it is the artist or 'creative' that ends up in my office and invariably those who do not identify as creative end up re-defining a new conceptual, personal creative spirit.
(510) 466-1458
Berkeley, California 94704
Isabelle M DeArmond, Psychologist  in Berkeley
“There are times in life when we feel lost and down, when we feel the same story unfold again and again and we desire some change. We may also continuously carry the wounds of previous trauma. My approach is to develop a therapeutic alliance with my patients in a climate of trust and respect for their unfolding life story. Progressively, we develop a relationship with some underlying, hidden aspects of the personality which could, among other avenues, express themselves in dreams. Ultimately, the respectful relationship to one's center, the Self, brings healing and a creative transformation.
(707) 825-3202
Berkeley, California 94704
Deborah Kory, Psychologist  in Berkeley
“There is a crisis of meaning and purpose in our society and a lack of communities of support to guide us through the difficulties of modern life. I work with individuals and couples using psychodynamic, interpersonal and mindfulness-based approaches to help people move from lives of loneliness and alienation to lives of connection and purpose. Creating a safe and nurturing relationship with my clients is of primary importance in my work.
(510) 253-0121
Berkeley, California 94704
Susanne Stolcke, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Berkeley
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, MFT
“Dear Reader, choosing to seek therapy can be a difficult and stressful decision and I deeply respect your courage. My primary work is with women and men who suffer from depression, anxiety, feel generally unhappy and/or are struggling in their relationship(s). Couples come to me to look for help in navigating conflicts, to learn how to better communicate and relate in a more meaningful way - or to find assistance with ending the relationship in the best possible manner.
(510) 375-4575
Berkeley, California 94704
Bowbay Liang-Hua Feng, Marriage & Family Therapist Intern  in Berkeley
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist Intern, MA, MFTI
“My work is client-centered, and helps to support people through transitions, relationships, stress, trauma, spiritual and quality of life issues. I have dedicated my life to helping and understanding people. I offer transformative, integrative therapy that fosters intuition, self-acceptance and self-awareness. Through the use of mindfulness and other modalities, this work taps into clients' intrinsic strengths and healing abilities. I have broad counseling experience and enjoy working with couples and individuals of all ages.
(510) 269-4255
Berkeley, California 94704
Heather Weisbrod, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Berkeley
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“People often come to see me because they are feeling stuck, seeking relief from suffering, at transition points in their lives, or wanting a better understanding of their patterns. They may also be looking to develop new coping skills and new ways of responding to life stressors. My goal as a therapist is to create a space that facilitates healing and transformation by understanding each person's unique life experiences, strengths, and needs. My strengths lie in my non-judgmental approach and my focus on creating strong and authentic working relationships while providing tools that can be of immediate use.
(510) 246-3338
Berkeley, California 94704
Jim Moyers, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Berkeley
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, MFT
“I have been practicing since 1986 in the East San Francisco Bay Area. I do short and long term psychodynamically oriented work with adult individuals and also do couples counseling. My primary goal is to help you discover the particular meaning of your unique journey through life while expanding your awareness of the range of choices available on that journey. Central to my work is the idea that there is an innate drive within the individual to become more fully his- or herself. Please visit my website for more information and resources.
(510) 843-2424
Berkeley, California 94704
Scott G Hartman, Psychologist  in Berkeley
“I have a passion for working with young adults and adults struggling to find a sense of personal or professional belonging in life--"Where do I fit in?" "How can I be seen and valued amongst co-workers, friends, family?" "Where's my tribe?" I also feel privileged to provide a space for individuals to grieve and work through childhood wounds which have kept them isolated and cut off from this fuller sense of belonging in life.
(510) 703-2493
Berkeley, California 94704
Victoria Bravo, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Berkeley
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT
“We all go through difficult times at some point in our lives. How we adjust, cope, and learn from these experiences will help us regain the sense of empowerment, inspiration and resilience to endure the many stages in life.
(510) 746-8137
Berkeley, California 94704
Shannon Dubach, Psychologist  in Berkeley
“You're considering therapy. It is a complex, courageous and oftentimes difficult decision, but sometimes we just know that it's time to try something new. I believe that therapy helps individuals and families address challenges that keep us from our full potential. Whether you are suffering from anxiety or depression, relationship issues or isolation, financial preoccupations or a desire for a new career, you know it is time to work to make things better. I am a psychologist providing flexible, relational therapy to help you to address a range of issues. My style is warm, compassionate, and down to earth.
(510) 746-8062
Berkeley, California 94704
Karen Rose, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Berkeley
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MFCC
“I want to help people who are encountering mood challenges, people beginning career journeys or looking at a career transition, couples ready to develop their communication and people recovering from trauma. I draw from an eclectic source of approaches to offer you many ways to become more of who you are becoming.
(510) 486-1188
Berkeley, California 94704
Loretta N Gordon, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Berkeley
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
“I love working with a broad spectrum of clients. My style is warm, client centered, down-to-earth & collaborative. I seek to empower clients and guide them towards expressing unspoken feelings, examining learned behaviors, and developing strategies for living a connected, compassionate life. I work deeply with current thoughts, beliefs and feelings about one's self as well as how you relate to the outside world to uncover deep seated self-judgment that blocks happiness. Feelings of anxiety, low self esteem, poor self worth, depression and unhappiness transform into greater acceptance and understanding.
(510) 239-5483
Berkeley, California 94704
Spectrum Practice of Berkeley, Psychologist  in Berkeley
“I provide diagnostics through psychological and neuropsychological evaluation; and therapy. My experience includes over twenty years in the field of human services focusing on under-served individuals to increase access to support and facilitate empowerment. Therapy, evaluation, and other means of self-exploration allow an opportunity to become more familiar with our strengths, clarify goals, and define directions for growth. My approach is short term and pragmatic for those that have identified specific needs and wish to achieve a particular objective(s). Others may desire more on-going support and exploration.
(510) 239-5325
Berkeley, California 94704
Leslie Valas, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Berkeley
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MFT
“To feel loved, understood & cared for are the emotions that make us human. It may be hard to recognize these emotional needs & have them met in a positive non-destructive manner. Not having these needs met can contribute to feelings of sadness, loneliness, depression & low self worth, or self harming behaviors like alcoholism & drug abuse. I believe that therapy offers a place to clarify your own feelings, & experiences to learn how to respond to your emotional needs. Therapy offers a chance to experience new ways of feeling & thinking about yourself with the experience of being listened to with empathy and acceptance.
(510) 808-6837
Berkeley, California 94704
Taryn M Thomas, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Berkeley
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, MFT
“Why do therapy? Why embark on a relationship with someone you don't know, to talk about difficulties or challenges in your life? Sometimes, when we tell family or friends how we are feeling, they react personally or try to explain away our experiences rather than make room for them. I believe that a relationship with a therapist is one in which significant change can take place. The neutral environment of therapy provides space to explore our experiences without worrying about angering, hurting, or upsetting someone else.
(510) 496-6070
Berkeley, California 94704
Eileen Drapiza-Dornan, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Berkeley
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, MFT
“Do you move between culturally different worlds on a regular basis? Do you feel that you don't completely fit in, that your identity is mixed or "in between?" Do you long to say what you've never before dared to say? Maybe you missed a warm, nurturing upbringing because you were taught to focus on achievement at the expense of emotional needs. Is this a legacy you wish to accept for yourself or your children? As the child of Filipino immigrants, these issues resonate deeply with me, and I can help if you feel stuck between opposing cultural values.
(510) 859-4362
Berkeley, California 94704
Shauna Reiff, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Berkeley
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MS, MFT
“Dissatisfied with your relationship to a partner, boss, or yourself? Do things feel out of control? Finding a good fit with a therapist can play a vital role in getting more of what you want in life. I see myself as someone who guides and facilitates a committed, compassionate and confidential space where we can clarify what is most important to you, and discover the blocks that get in the way of having the life that you want. In my practice I help individuals and couples find their own way to lasting changes.
(510) 986-4368
Berkeley, California 94704
Carlin Quinn, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Berkeley
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, MFT, RYT
“I specialize in working with individuals, teens, couples and families struggling to connect effectively with each other and the world around them. If you feel stuck in painful cycles or confused by destructive patterns in life, it may be time to enlist another person's support to develop greater understanding and to bring about change. By gaining insight into the ways you relate to others and the world, you will experience greater freedom, balance, and well being in your life. If you are living with unresolved trauma, aggression, addiction, identity issues or relational struggles, I can be of help.
(510) 398-1480
Berkeley, California 94704
“My style is based on a developmental, wellness-oriented and holistic mind, body & spirit approach. I will meet you where you are at; helping you explore current thoughts and beliefs that you hold about yourself, others and the world. I am deeply committed to helping people live more wholly and integrated lives. I help clients explore and work through life's challenges such as depression, anxiety, grief & loss, trauma, relationship concerns, enculturation/acculturation process, spirituality. I have over 12 years experience working with first-generation college students both undergraduates & graduate students. I am an ally of the LGBT community.
(510) 900-3908
Berkeley, California 94704
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