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Therapists in 94105

Sandra M Amat, Marriage & Family Therapist  in San Francisco
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, MFT
“I am a Seasoned Therapist with over 10 Years of Experience, Helping People have Sustainable Healthy Relationships with Themselves and Others. I can help you develop awareness of and heal what gets in the way of being happy and living the Life You Want. You Can Develop Higher Emotional Intelligence, Move Through Transition and/or Feeling Stuck, Build Self Esteem, Address and Change Reoccurring Unhealthy Patterns in Relationship, Heal Past Hurts, Improve Work Experience, Learn Communication Skills and More. I Provide a Safe and Supportive Environment for this Transformational Process.
(650) 385-8967
San Francisco, California 94105
Harriet ('Robbie') Roberts O'Neal, Psychologist  in San Francisco
“I'm an interactive, cognitive-behavioral therapist whose focus is to help my clients develop insight into why they feel and behave as they do and to expand their personal repertoire of effective coping strategies for life's challenges. I offer a highly personalized approach, tailored to each client's needs, in a supportive and comfortable atmosphere and have over 30 years of professional experience.
(415) 413-0316
San Francisco, California 94105
Angela Sun  in San Francisco
“Mindful of my presence in my clients' lives, I will work with you to develop a trusting, steady relationship so that you have a safe place to examine what is personally challenging or no longer working in your life. Having a safe and supportive base allows you to feel like someone always has your back, enabling you to develop the skills, abilities, and perspectives that may have felt too overwhelming to do so on your own. You can build a strong, steady, and grounded sense of who you are and what you can do, which is anything you can imagine.
(415) 521-1184
San Francisco, California 94105
Vanessa B Tate, Marriage & Family Therapist  in San Francisco
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT, IAYT
“In this very present moment are you . . . Struggling to know who you are? Anxious, difficulty focusing, trouble sleeping? Struggling to communicate with others? Confused by romantic relationships? Suspect your chronic pain has emotional roots? These are a few of the topics you can safely explore with me in therapy.
(415) 820-1661
San Francisco, California 94105
Jonathan Horowitz, Psychologist  in San Francisco
“Life is stressful, and sometimes it seems overwhelming. That's where I can help. Many of my clients are highly motivated, achievement-oriented professionals who feel held back or "stuck." Some are dealing with stress and anxiety, some are having trouble finding focus or motivation, and many are trying to clarify their purpose and direction. I help them find a way through these issues--particularly as they show up in the workplace. Like it or not, we spend a huge amount of time and energy at work, so it's important that we spend it well.
(650) 557-3826
San Francisco, California 94105
Couples Counseling & Therapy Clinic (Since 1987), Psychologist  in San Francisco
“COGNITIVE BEHAVIORAL COUPLES THERAPY: Conflict Resolution Skills: Anger management.Infertility Counseling.Assisted Reproductive Technology Counseling. Resolve one issue at a time: diminish name calling/condemnation: hold one another accountable for behavior: minimize mind reading: eliminate verbal/physical abuse: work towards full honesty: build an emotional bank account: improve ratio of favorable/unfavorable interactions: acknowledge each partner's authority. Emotional Maturation: Learn appropriate emotional expression: identify/heal childhood emotional triggers: differentiate between reasonable/unreasonable expectations. Character Development: Improve listening skills: take responsibility for your actions: increase empathy: practice sincere apologies: acknowledge limitations: distinguish:needs/desires: ask for what's important. Eliminate domestic violence. RESTORE ROMANTIC LOVE.
(650) 918-5901
San Francisco, California 94105
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 94105
Nilay Martin  in San Francisco
“Have you ever had that feeling or inner knowing? LIFE DOESN'T HAVE TO BE THIS WAY. Your life does not have to be a series of worrisome and challenging crises involving addiction issues or anxiety or depression or grief and loss, finances or relationship or family- or all of the above. Listen to that voice... IT DOESN'T HAVE TO BE THIS WAY.
(415) 233-9135
San Francisco, California 94105
SF Stress and Anxiety Center, Treatment Facility  in San Francisco
“Are you overwhelmed? Off balance? Anxious? Stuck?We can help. At SF Stress and Anxiety Center, we can teach you the tools to turn stress into an ally.
(415) 969-6140
San Francisco, California 94105
Kimberly Pratt, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in San Francisco
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“Difficulties in life provide tremendous opportunities for growth and healing. Rather than viewing symptoms, distressing emotions, etc. simply as "problems," I see these as the pathway toward greater personal growth and freedom. I use a variety of methods and techniques to help clients achieve their goals, emphasizing cognitive-behavioral and mindfulness-based therapy techniques, as these have proven to be effective in both my practice and formal research studies. This approach often leads to greater psychological well-being, more connection to others and an increased ability to “live in the present.”
(510) 423-3926
San Francisco, California 94105
Ted Berg, Psychologist  in San Francisco
“Today's economy and pace of work can place enormous stressors on our psyches and personal releationships. I see clients who are experiencing work-related anxiety or depression, or who may not know how to proceed with a significant partner or intimate relationship. My style tends to be engaged -- supportive yet direct. I work primarily with adults who are in the midst of challenging life transitions and are open to getting professional help. For more specific information, GO TO: WWW.TEDBERGPHD.COM
(510) 878-4836
San Francisco, California 94105
Bay Area Wellness Associates, Psychologist  in San Francisco
“Psychological and physical well-being is everyones birthright, yet challenging to create and sustain. BAWA is group of experienced licensed psychologists with extensive training in a variety of effective and evidence-based techniques, that will enable you to thrive. Each of us is supportive, solution-based and interactive and will tailor interventions to your personal needs. Our team is diverse in terms of gender, sexual orientation, and areas of specialization and we will match you to the therapist that is the best fit for you.
(415) 543-4133
San Francisco, California 94105
Mena K Zaminsky, Marriage & Family Therapist  in San Francisco
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, MFT, CATC
“People often begin therapy because they are in a crisis or in emotional pain and need relief from their suffering. While difficult, it is often the catalyst that opens the door to creative life force and new possibilities in living in the world. Psychotherapy is a deeply personal, individualized, alchemical process. I serve clients in the areas of depression, trauma, anxiety, post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), addictions, relationship issues and self-development. I assist clients in not only getting relief from their suffering but also enhancing their personal and spiritual lives and having healthier relationships with themselves and others.
(415) 799-9440
San Francisco, California 94105
Judith D Schiller, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in San Francisco
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, PhD, LCSW
“I enjoy working with people who feel they are not living up to their potential in relationships, love, or work. If you are curious about yourself and value understanding as a means of mastery, we may be a good fit. I am active but respectful of each person's uniqueness. Psychotherapy can be a deeply moving experience as well as transformative, and I can help you address and transform the inner beliefs and interpersonal difficulties that sabotage your success in love, friendship, and work. Years of experience have seasoned me as a clinician.
(415) 689-9445
San Francisco, California 94105
Lori Ann Wensley, Psychologist  in San Francisco
“You're welcome to learn about my practice. I accept half an hour free consultations by phone or in-person. In brief, I have a developmental life span relationship-based biopsychosocial approach to viewing most difficulties. I use an eclectic approach because you are unique and need your specific issues addressed precisely. Let's work together to find solutions that allow you to develop and change in healthy ways. Thank you for your time.
(415) 935-3921
San Francisco, California 94105
Pearl B Werfel, Psychologist  in San Francisco
“Life can present challenges that even the most capable and intelligent person will need help with. My clients include many professional helpers, supervisors and executives who seek to better manage the stressors of their professional and personal lives. I create a safe and professional therapeutic environment where you can discover how to decrease stress and anxiety, sleep better, reduce or eliminate pain, live well with chronic illness, resolve past trauma or stop self-limiting behaviors. My years of experience and training enables me to tailor therapeutic interventions to your needs.
(510) 665-5802
San Francisco, California 94105
Murray D Levine, Psychologist  in San Francisco
“I see my clients as individuals with challenges and I shape my therapy to address their specific needs by integrating a variety of proven and validated Eastern and Western traditions. My current clients' needs are with anxiety, depression, stress, and relationship, sexual and sexual identity issues. I work with individuals, couples, and families who represent both traditional and alternative lifestyles. I have extensive experience assisting people with serious medical illness and working collaboratively with their medical specialists, psychiatrists and social workers.
(415) 578-7682
San Francisco, California 94105
Romi Mann, Psychologist  in San Francisco
“Searching online for a therapist is not easy but finding a good fit is essential to feel safe and get the most out of your effort, time, and money. I work collaboratively and actively with adolescents, adults, and couples. We will work together to recognize and develop your strengths, to understand and change unproductive or painful patterns, and to help you gain relief from suffering. I emphasize safety, respect, honesty, and compassion for self and others. I offer a free initial phone consultation. If I am unable to help, I will try to provide you with referrals to others.
(415) 508-7664
San Francisco, California 94105
Leigh Lyndon, Psychologist  in San Francisco
“Life moves so quickly these days, it's hard to take the time to really think about who we are and how we are living. Often, it takes years of patterns that are hurtful or self-destructive to wonder why we aren't feeling happy or fulfilled. Psychotherapy can provide the time and space to really understand and experience ourselves in a new way. I will listen with curiosity and warmth and will collaborate with you to help effect positive change in your life and relationships.
(510) 254-3504
San Francisco, California 94105
Ellen Marino, Marriage & Family Therapist  in San Francisco
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, MBA, LMFT
“Be the star of your own life, the author of your own story; by having the courage to face your fears and the imagination to explore your dreams, you are able to embrace your true reality. My approach is insight oriented with the belief that you are the expert in your life. I enter each therapy session with sincerity and compassion. By focusing on your strengths, I enjoy shoring up the foundation to make way for new developments and positive growth. My style is informed by: family systems, cognitive behavioral therapy, solution-focused and narrative approaches.
(415) 426-4993
San Francisco, California 94105

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