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Therapists in Berkeley

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
Sara Sunstein,   in Berkeley
“If you'd like to find peace in your body or free up some elusive pattern, somatic (body-based) therapy may be what you're looking for. My sessions blend gentle hands-on, movement, interactive imagery, and verbal guidance with warmth, safety, and good-hearted humor. I support your becoming present to your body/Self without judgement. As you reconnect nonverbally with yourself, stories and emotional knots hidden during talk therapy often reveal and resolve themselves. Working through the body, you'll learn to align body and heart, recognize new possibilities, resolve issues, feel better physically, and live more authentically.
(510) 240-1809
Berkeley, California 94705
Bill Burmester, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Berkeley
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, MFT
“In private practice in Berkeley, California, I work with individuals (teens and adults), couples, and groups on recovering from trauma. Trauma can be the recurring intrusive impact of specific overwhelming past events or the cumulative disruptive effect of inadequate nurture and protection in childhood. Since 1991, I have worked in particular with male survivors of sexual abuse. From a base of safety, support, and respect, I work collaboratively with my clients to pace their pursuit of psychological and somatic healing and growth, drawing on the strengths and resources everyone brings with them into therapy.
(510) 574-7508
Berkeley, California 94710
“I have years experience working with children, families and parenting. I also specialize in working with people with illness. I have an eclectic approach to treatment including narrative therapy, coaching, imagery work and hypnotherapy, as well as play therapy. I am very interested in helping people get out of their "stuck" places and work on realizing their life dreams and goals.l work with the impact of illness on everyday life. Another of my specialties is working with children and families. I have play activities, art materials, and sandtray in my offices and enjoy connecting with children as well as working with family dysfunction.
(510) 478-9653
Berkeley, California 94710
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
Annie Wright, Marriage & Family Therapist Intern  in Berkeley
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist Intern, MA, MFTi
“So why therapy? Well, when you're going through yet another breakup, or are waking up each morning dreading going into work, or if you're dealing with a serious case of Instagram envy and "time-is-passing-me-by-and -I've-got-to-change-my-life!" anxiety, times like these can be so challenging and you may be feeling overwhelmed, stuck, sad, angry, and (especially if it's been like this for some time!) probably more than a little confused and hopeless about how to change things and move forward towards the life you actually envision for yourself.
(510) 254-3196
Berkeley, California 94703
Michael Mayer, Psychologist  in Berkeley
“Real transformation is possible when you find your connection with your authentic Self.. With my 30 years experience, I give you leading-edge methods to help you deal with various psychological issues. Self-healing tools from Eastern and Western traditions can reduce or eliminate medications and empowers your inner healer to deal with your anxiety, depression, chronic pain, insomnia, hypertension, etc.
(510) 878-4268
Berkeley, California 94704
Carrie Katz, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Berkeley
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT, MA
“Are you wanting to feel more fulfilled in your life and relationships? I help people create change around their depression and anxiety, and move through times of big change, loss, or feelings of "stuckness". If you are looking for a therapist who will be supportive but who will also gently challenge you to move beyond limiting patterns in a non-judgmental way, we might be a good fit. My approach is based in somatic (body-oriented) therapy, including mindfulness, which can help in ways that talk therapy may not be able to.
(510) 344-6318
Berkeley, California 94703
Kathleen S Pierce, Psychologist  in Berkeley
“I have extensive experience working with survivors of trauma, both military and civilian (since 1995). Substance Use disorders are often an unwelcomed side-effect of trauma, and I can work compassionately when they co-occur. My clinical experience spans across the lifespan. I understand the unique challenges that developmental age plays re: traumatic events, death and loss. I take a gentle yet proactive approach to treating trauma. I know the difficulty of talking about these most personal and often horrifying events. I have compassion and respect for survivors of trauma. My approach to treating trauma is reflective of this.
(510) 246-3479
Berkeley, California 94705
Kelley Bryan Gin, Psychologist  in Berkeley
“I have nearly 20 years treating children, teens, and families facing complicated emotional and behavioral conditions. How I work depends upon the circumstances bringing you to a psychotherapist as different problems and situations need different approaches. Every therapy is unique even if there are preferred methods and practices for treating anxiety, depression, and others. Each treatment is foremost a relationship. This often takes time, which may be a challenge when limited by schedules, insurance benefits, or circumstances. My goal is that psychotherapy is effective in addressing change in thinking and behavior, and that you find it helpful.
(510) 403-1450
Berkeley, California 94705
Alexandra Elite-Marcandonatou, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Berkeley
“I provide psychotherapy to individuals utilizing a holistic approach that incorporates mindfulness-based cognitive therapy and is inspired by humanistic, psychodynamic, relational and attachment theories. Using an integrative approach, treatment is customized to meet your individual needs/interests. We can work together to gain a deeper understanding of yourself, your relationships and the way in which you respond to the stresses, demands and challenges you experience in your life. Along these lines, you will have the opportunity to explore relational patterns that may be getting in the way of deeper satisfaction and joy.
(415) 969-7895
Berkeley, California 94705
Orit Weksler, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Berkeley
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MFT
“My training is in Expressive Arts Therapy, Psychoanalytic psychotherapy and EMDR. This combination allows me to work deeply and creatively, assessing your unique needs throughout the time of our work together. Therapy is a collaborative process: it happens in a space/time that is removed from the regular occurrences of life. As such, it is an opportunity to play around with ideas, thoughts and feelings in a safe setting.I take our work together very seriously, but do my best not to take myself too seriously. A sense of humor is an important component of this work, and of life.
(510) 356-2783
Berkeley, California 94705
Ellen Case, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Berkeley
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, MFA, MFT
“Surviving but not thriving? I can help you get to the root of your issues, change negative or addictive thinking patterns, transform your sense of self, relationships, work life, and creativity, while building hope and self-confidence. My style is interactive, down-to-earth, collaborative, and respectful. I use relational, cognitive and psychodynamic approaches; I ask meaningful questions, listen closely, and offer new perspectives. I also work to tailor a therapy plan that suits your unique core issues and goals. I look forward to talking with you about making deep, lasting and positive changes in your life.
(510) 972-1353
Berkeley, California 94705
Shira Gallagher, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Berkeley
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Working with a therapist is a unique process that can allow us to see ourselves and situations from a new perspective, better understand ourselves, and transform things that we wish to change. As the therapist, I listen deeply and engage with you to help us explore what is going on within you that is troubling or limiting you and help you make meaningful and lasting changes. The foundation for effective therapy is a safe, respectful space in which thoughts and feelings can be explored collaboratively. In my work with adults and adolescents, my style is empathic, responsive, and non-judgmental.
(925) 695-7982
Berkeley, California 94704
Kim Hraca, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Berkeley
“Self-acceptance can help you make lasting changes in your life. I offer insight, a sense of humor, and a safe and supportive place to experience yourself (and your partner) with more compassion and self understanding. Together we can explore issues of self-image, intimacy, work satisfaction, creativity, and spirituality. Couples are also welcome. My work as a psychotherapist incorporates certain guiding beliefs: 1) Our world view results from our childhood experiences; this world view greatly affects our current lifestyle, self-image and interaction with others; 2) Our ability to change largely depends on making this world view conscious, so
(510) 601-1859
Berkeley, California 94705
Janice A Schmidt, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Berkeley
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT
“Ready to thrive in your life? I provide therapy for people who want to change unhealthy patterns. People who have worked with me say they feel safe and compassionately supported. My presence and guidance can assist you in making small but significant changes in your life, create a deeper understanding of yourself and your emotional states, and clarify your thought patterns. Together, we will identify and engage your intuition, and develop your personal strengths providing resilience.
(510) 497-0058
Berkeley, California 94704
Pamela Zelnik, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Berkeley
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT
“I bring a warm, supportive, practical and interactive approach to working with my clients. Working together, we uncover and identify your concerns and obstacles as well as strengths, hopes and pleasures. Feeling stuck, confused, in limbo or in transition can be so painful. With focus and support, taking those first few steps can feel more doable as you try new strategies and skills for managing difficult challenges, improving well being, and leading a fuller life.
(510) 398-6336
Berkeley, California 94707
Jill Horowitz, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Berkeley
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, BCD, Profess, Clinica, P
“I provide a very safe setting for people to reveal their hopes, anxieties and deepest fears. Whether you're coming with a current crisis or after years of trying to help yourself or get help, out of our sensitively uncovering together what underlies your issues and the impasses, new ways of seeing, feeling and being emerge. Through my many years of experience, education and training, I've been able to help many people substantially improve the quality of their lives and relationships. (Potential clients/ patients often ask if I stay silent!---I don't! We will do the work together!)
(510) 848-8083
Berkeley, California 94705
Ethan Schwartz, Psychologist  in Berkeley
“My work involves collaborating with individuals and couples on their own personal recipes for life satisfaction and what their lives will look like when the "problem" is no longer a problem. I try to carefully separate the "problem" from the person, who is often doing the best he or she can, so we can identify strengths, resiliencies, and resources that allow clients to construct a life worth living and a relationship worth celebrating. This does not mean ignoring difficult issues or painful areas, but it is important to know at the outset how we will know therapy has been successful.
(510) 878-6472
Berkeley, California 94705
Jonathan Burstein, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Berkeley
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
“Therapy is a journey of self-discovery in the service of healing, insight, and change. As your therapist, I am a dedicated partner and a collaborator on this journey. I approach our work with a warm, compassionate interest in you, your life stories, and the various ways you try to solve life's challenges. We look together for untapped strengths and resources, unhelpful and unconscious patterns, and new ways of relating to yourself and the others in your life. Together we come to new understandings and new experiences that will directly influence your life outside of the therapy room.
(510) 982-6202
Berkeley, California 94705
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