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Therapists in San Francisco, CA 94102
Civic Center, Fillmore, Hayes Valley, North of Market (NoMa), Tenderloin and Union Square

Ron Burg, Psychologist  in San Francisco
“I work with men, regardless of sexual orientation, who feel stuck in their lives in one way or another. My approach is individualized and varies depending upon who you are and what you want to work on. As a rule, however, my sessions are very active and directed. Men who have been in talk therapy before typically tell me that working with me is different. They say that we are breaking new ground rather than rehashing familiar territory. Things move and they start to see changes rather quickly. Check out at my website for more information.
(415) 858-6856
San Francisco, California 94102
Judith L Wyatt, Marriage & Family Therapist  in San Francisco
“I am inspired witnessing the courage with which people face their fears. I work to earn a person's trust, so that they are safe to risk vulnerability. I love to help people discover or unblock the sensing of their life direction, and the motivation to pursue it. In my many years of practice, some clients get there quickly, and others need to delve more deeply. Depression, anxiety, PTSD, addictions, bad relationship patterns, inhibitions in work or love, all change best when we bring compassion to their roots in the past.
(415) 800-2558
San Francisco, California 94102
Lea Seigen Shinraku, Marriage & Family Therapist  in San Francisco
“My private practice, located in the Hayes Valley neighborhood of San Francisco, is focused on self-compassion. I help clients live with greater awareness, honesty and joy by guiding them to meet self-limiting beliefs with loving presence, and wake up from the trance of self-judgment. I draw on my professional training in relational psychotherapy, and more than a decade of meditation practice. My clients include people who have struggled with self-criticism, anxiety, work-related stress, grief, and life transitions. I also offer self-compassion workshops and a monthly, by-donation meditation group.
(415) 689-7505
San Francisco, California 94102
Annette Pinto, Marriage & Family Therapist  in San Francisco
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, MFT
“I have helped many people improve coping skills and interpersonal relationships. I'm focused on your needs and committed to having you better prepared to handle your current issues each time you leave my office. I am interactive and enjoy having an open dialog to help you find lasting solutions. We will explore any underlying unconscious issues from your past that may be contributing to your current life. Illuminating why you may be drawn to act in a negative way (even though you don't want to) often can help you to make better choices and feel better about life.
(650) 262-3103
San Francisco, California 94102
Sarah Sherertz, Marriage & Family Therapist Intern  in San Francisco
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist Intern, MA, MFTi
“I work with individuals and couples to make lasting change and achieve goals. Sometimes this can be overt, such as letting go of a behavior that doesn't serve you or coming to terms with the past. Other times the change is more internal, such as a shift in attitude or increased vibrancy towards work, relationships, or how you see yourself. I'll meet you there and work with you to step into a richer version of yourself. Integration, understanding, and movement can be achieved when we find ourselves in alignment and supported.
(415) 429-6893
San Francisco, California 94102
Elizabeth A. Bradshaw, Psychologist  in San Francisco
“I provide psychoanalytic psychotherapy for children, adolescents, and adults. My style is down-to-earth, direct, and, personal. This type of therapy aims to change both our outward struggles and behavior that can seem baffling and distressing while understanding the issues that underlie them. These deeper forces - hidden from view and rooted in our past and early relationships - can result in the greatest difficulty, and cause us to feel stuck, confused, empty, or out of control. Having the involvement and perspective of another person can help alleviate pain, shift old patterns, recover from difficulties, and lead to lasting change.
(415) 683-0418
San Francisco, California 94102
Diana Corwin Gordon, Psychological Associate  in San Francisco
“My approach to psychotherapy is empathic, goal-directed, and collaborative. I strive to create a therapeutic environment in which patients feel comfortable and understood. I work with each patient to identify the thoughts and behaviors that are maintaining his or her symptoms and use a variety of cutting-edge techniques to achieve both quick symptom relief and long-lasting change. My goal is to create a warm and supportive space where patients can learn new skills to transform their lives. I specialize in using techniques that have been demonstrated to be effective in psychological research.
(415) 237-6987
San Francisco, California 94102
Psychological Services Center @ CIIS, Counselor  in San Francisco
“Are you experiencing a life transition, job change, or relationship break up? Perhaps you are feeling lonely or disconnected from the world around you. Having a professional to talk to during such times can be a great relief.
(415) 237-2520
San Francisco, California 94102
Michelle Horton, Marriage & Family Therapist Intern  in San Francisco
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist Intern, MA, MFTI
“I provide supportive and compassionate therapy to adults, young adults, adolescents, couples and families. A few of my areas of focus include working with entrepreneurs, founders and those in the start-up and technology industries of the Bay Area, life transitions such as moving, changing jobs, marriage, beginning parenthood, leaving a relationship, and couple and family support. I can help individuals that may be struggling with depression, anxiety, stress management, cross-cultural issues or self-esteem. As an ally I support the LGBT community and their loved ones. My approach is genuine, warm, supportive and collaborative.
(415) 423-3938
San Francisco, California 94102
Peggy Feld, Psychologist  in San Francisco
“Therapy is self-care. Whether you wish to attend to long-standing issues or deal with unexpected life events, you have the opportunity in therapy to learn how to reassert control over your heart, mind and body; to treat yourself with love and respect; and to add meaning and depth to relationships. My style is very open, warm, and flexible. I will collaborate with you to meet your individual needs and provide the space for you to explore your thoughts and feelings.
(415) 800-1599
San Francisco, California 94102
Nicole Mayeda, Psychologist  in San Francisco
“I tend to see individuals who achieve success in school and in their careers, but retain a chronic and deep-seated feeling that something is missing. Often, these individuals have gotten by on exceptional logic with little sense that there can be more to their existence. They may be more comfortable doing as opposed to being, thinking as opposed to feeling, and helping as opposed to being helped. High standards commonly include high pressure to self-contain, which can cause immense, private suffering. I aim to provide these individuals with a fuller and more compassionate experience of themselves.
(415) 521-1160
San Francisco, California 94102
Dr. Cheryl Parker, Psychologist  in San Francisco
“Are you struggling with depression, anxiety, or a lack of meaning and sense of direction? Are there things about yourself, or that you have experienced, that you want to better understand and accept? If you seek greater self-awareness, and are ready to commit yourself to a process that results in lasting change, then depth psychotherapy -- integrating body, mind, and spirit -- is right for you.
(415) 812-4156
San Francisco, California 94102
Patricia Rojas-Zambrano, Marriage & Family Therapist  in San Francisco
“I will help you re-discover passion, purpose and meaning in your life and develop the necessary tools to face the trials you may come upon in the future. You took the first step, you sought out help once you realized you could not do this work alone. I congratulate you for that. Now, take this decision further and give me a call to schedule your first session.
(650) 461-4951
San Francisco, California 94102
Jacinda Y. Marshall, Psychologist  in San Francisco
“I provide comprehensive psychotherapy services to individuals, couples, and families, for a wide range of psychological concerns, including depression, anxiety, trauma, identity development, multicultural concerns, stress, and relationship style differences. I work from a strong social justice, strength-based/collaborative perspective and utilize evidence-based and practice-based techniques. Throughout, this therapeutic process, I provide a safe, supportive environment in which to form and nurture a therapeutic working relationship and discuss concerns that may be, at times, emotionally painful. I use warmth, compassion, empathy, creativity, flexibility, and sometimes a sense of humor in this therapeutic process.
(415) 967-5187
San Francisco, California 94102
The Harm Reduction Therapy Center, Psychologist  in San Francisco
“I am the Director of a specialty treatment center for clients struggling with alcohol, drug, and emotional issues. We use a non-coercive approach, Harm Reduction Psychotherapy, that helps clients understand their drug use and make choices about change they may want to make. goals can include abstinence, controlled use, or no change at all in substance use, but a focus on emotional difficulties. Each client's treatment program is individually designed and includes individual therapy with additional choices of group, couples, family, and medications. We offer opiate replacement therapy as part of an overall treatment.
(415) 574-0966
San Francisco, California 94102
JL Zbacnik, Marriage & Family Therapist  in San Francisco
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MFT
“I work compassionately and creatively with clients, to help them identify areas in their lives in which they feel stuck. Many times, clients come to therapy because they feel something in their life isn't working, or they feel a pain in which they cannot find the root of. I help clients identify the obstacles that keep them feeling stuck, and work collaboratively to help them work through these barriers. My work is client centered, and I work dynamically with each individual or couple I see.
(415) 886-1851
San Francisco, California 94102
Michael Francis DeVito, Marriage & Family Therapist  in San Francisco
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MFT, MPH
“I provide a safe place to discuss unresolved family of origin issues, shame based feelings, and counter-productive patterns that interfere with your life. My work focuses on encouraging you to be self-aware, to build confidence, and to strengthen your ability to live a dynamic and joyful life.
(415) 250-7490
San Francisco, California 94102
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.
(415) 689-9853
San Francisco, California 94102
Michael MacLafferty, Marriage & Family Therapist Intern  in San Francisco
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist Intern, MA
“I believe that psychotherapy encompasses not only the mind/intellect, but the body, heart, and spirit as well (psyche originally referred to the soul, after all). These dimensions are operating and interacting all the time-sometimes cooperating, sometimes conflicting. We have the most control over our mind, so it tends to run the show. But the other parts hold key information about what we need in order to thrive in this life. We must learn to listen and loosen our grip if we are to be more aligned.
(415) 723-4786
San Francisco, California 94102
Stacey Shuster, Psychologist  in San Francisco
“Most people seek a therapist when they are in pain or confusion. It can be from a loss, a major life disappointment, or an impasse in communication or in moving forward with a life plan. Often I find that people come to therapy feeling stuck or trapped, with very low expectations of finding help or solace. I believe that by listening, and by offering direct, clear feedback, support and suggestions from an outside perspective, I can enable the clients I work with to view their options differently and to make important shifts in their lives.
(415) 799-7775
San Francisco, California 94102
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