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Therapists in Berkeley

Lori Silver, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Berkeley
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT
“Let's collaborate on identifying what is working in your life and apply those strengths to areas you want to change.
(510) 957-4727
Berkeley, California 94705
Dennis Forfa, Marriage & Family Therapist Intern  in Berkeley
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist Intern, MA, MFTI
“When you feel like you're just spinning your wheels, counseling can provide the traction you need to get your life moving forward again. Counseling can help you learn to stop struggling with worry, unhappiness, self-doubt, lack of motivation, loneliness, homesickness, or the pain of loss. Counseling can help you take your life back and find your momentum when difficulties with others, values conflicts, or struggles with yourself have been keeping you stuck in old familiar ruts.
(510) 931-5268
Berkeley, California 94705
Mindfulness Centered Psychotherapy, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Berkeley
“Do you find yourself getting stuck in old thoughts and feelings that create challenges in your relationships or career? Would you to feel present, clear and peaceful? It takes courage to go to therapy and work on issues that challenge you. Rather than giving you advice, we would look at how you're putting your experiences together, and how those create repeating patterns in your life; this is with the hope of getting enough information, willingness, and inspiration to try out new options and develop new patterns that are in greater alignment with your authentic self.
(510) 496-6029
Berkeley, California 94705
James Yandell, Psychiatrist  in Berkeley
“I'm a Jungian analyst and psychiatrist practicing in north Berkeley. My practice is with adults of all ages from college students to the mature and elderly. Although I'm interested in issues of outer life, my major focus is on reclaiming authentic self that has been submerged in outer adaptation, and in individuation (Jung's term for adult psychological development.) As a Jungian I value dreams, pictures, journaling, and other depth material but don't limit myself to the unconscious. I do a good deal of telephone work, after an initial period of direct contact.
(510) 878-4456
Berkeley, California 94707
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 longer term work with adult individuals as well as couples counseling. While the immediate goal of therapy is one of helping you resolve the issues that bring you in and broaden the range of choices available to you, psychotherapy can also help you explore larger questions of meaning and life direction. While the ideas of Carl Jung and other psychodynamic theorists influence the way I work, I draw upon many approaches to meet your unique needs. Please visit my website for more information.
(510) 843-2424
Berkeley, California 94704
Joel N Decker, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Berkeley
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, MFT, SEP
“It can be hard reaching out for help. Because of this I offer a free phone consultation session. With trauma-based Somatic Experiencing and longer-term, relationally-oriented Psychotherapy I support individuals and couples healing from core issues; relational, physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual. I view difficult experience as a chance to grow, to deepen awareness, and increase self-acceptance.
(510) 221-6214
Berkeley, California 94705
Kathleen Ranlett Mock, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Berkeley
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, MFT
“People come to me stressed, anxious, or depressed, whether from current sources, e.g., loss, life transitions, work and love difficulties, or from ongoing problems with issues from dysfunctional families, e.g., low self-esteem, codependency, addiction. My approach is holistic, honoring mind, body, and spirit. Interacting and providing feedback are important aspects of my approach, as are many problem solving tools: for trauma, EMDR and hypnosis; for stress, focusing and grounding meditation; for interpersonal problems, assertiveness training and other communication skills; and, for homework and self-support, reading material, and Twelve Step programs.
(510) 470-7969
Berkeley, California 94702
Lindsay Ferlin, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Berkeley
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MFT
“Finding a therapist who feels like the "right fit" can be an overwhelming task but is one of the most important aspects of a successful therapy. I strive to provide a safe, comfortable, non-judgmental space for you to explore your thoughts, feelings and desires. My strengths lie in helping you to understand yourself and connect to your innermost thoughts, feelings and desires. Through fostering this connection I can help you break free from repetitive patterns, work through issues that are troubling you and understand your feelings and the reasons behind them so you begin to feel better. My style is warm, compassionate and curious.
(510) 413-8604
Berkeley, California 94705
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist Intern, MA, MFTI, CAMF
“I work with clients from a client-centered approach which is intended to provide the safe space needed for healing. Together we will target debilitating symptoms. I work with children, adolescents and adults in individual and family settings. and couples seeking support in their relationship. I work with people seeking awareness on how to improve their life and support in achieving their goals. Together we will restore healthy lifestyle patterns and plan for future success. Children, teens, adults and couples often can suffer from the same depressive, anxious and traumatic experiences, but will need different support to heal.
(510) 746-8133
Berkeley, California 94709
Leyla Kuntsal, Marriage & Family Therapist Intern  in Berkeley
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist Intern, MA, MFT, Intern
“* * Break Free of Limiting Beliefs or Patterns * * Have More Fulfilling Relationships * * Find Relief * * Cultivate Self-Compassion * * Transform Negative Patterns in Your Relationships * * Quiet Your Inner-Critic * * Learn to Communicate Honestly and Effectively * * Identify Your Needs & Be Open About Them * * Set Clearer Boundaries * * Feel More Like Yourself * * Stop Worrying What Others Think of You * * Get Even More Out of Your Life * *
(510) 328-4199
Berkeley, California 94709
Renée Hutchison, Psychologist  in Berkeley
“My work is based on a positive theoretical orientation which assumes that all individuals possess an innate desire for emotional/mental health. A person enters therapy with a strong wish, whether conscious or unconscious, to overcome obstacles and free themselves from constraints that are holding them back. I find that each individual needs a slightly different approach in order to accomplish these goals, so I make adjustments in technique for each specific case. I truly enjoy the experience of guiding my clients through this process and consider it a privilege to play such an important role in a person's life.
(510) 240-5996
Berkeley, California 94705
Jane Reynolds, Psychologist  in Berkeley
“I am a psychologist and a certified Jungian analyst. I have been in private practice for over thirty-five years. I have considered it a great privilege to work with many different people, from individuals coping with the uncertainties and ambiguities that accompany life transitions, to others who suffer from a range of painful symptoms and conditions such as anxiety, depression, grief, addictions, trauma, divorce, identity issues, spiritual crisis, mood disorders and major psychiatric disorders. I primarily work with adults of all ages, including couples. I offer Jungian analysis as well as culturally competent and emotionally related psychotherapy.
(510) 343-5397
Berkeley, California 94707
Beth E Remington, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Berkeley
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, MFT
“Sometimes life feels too challenging and we need support to help sift through what is slowing us down from achieving a full, meaningful life. I will offer you a respectful, safe, collaborative environment in which to explore and move through difficult emotions, behaviors and reactions. My goal is to nurture you in rekindling your spirit, offering you the support you need in creating a life that matters to you.
(510) 400-8078
Berkeley, California 94709
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
Frances Gilliam Slocumb, Licensed Psychoanalyst  in Berkeley
“I am a Jungian analyst in private practice in North Berkeley. Trained in Zurich, I bring thirty years of experience to a wide range of psychological suffering, including depression, childhood trauma, relationship and family issues, grief, creativity, and spiritual crisis.
(510) 692-9505
Berkeley, California 94707
Peter H Coster, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Berkeley
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, PhD, LMFT, CPT
“We all want to be the person we were born to be. Being ourselves makes us happy. When we suffer from unhealed wounds from the past we don't feel safe in the world, comfortable with ourselves or others. We may try to overcome our shame and numb our pain in a variety of ways with drugs, alcohol, sex to name a few. I offer a gentle, non-intrusive and compassionate space for you to discover who you are. Together we explore those issues which currently block you from finding greater freedom in you life and intimacy in your relationships.
(510) 548-1713 x1
Berkeley, California 94709
Amanda Hartrey, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Berkeley
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
“Making the decision to work with a therapist is a big deal. It takes courage to allow someone to see your vulnerabilities. You may be dealing with a crisis, loss or life transition. You may be feeling stuck, anxious, stressed, angry, depressed, grief-stricken or some combination of these. I will meet you with warmth, compassion, curiosity and will actively engage with you as you unfold these layers that are complicating your life. I believe you possess an inherent strength that has gotten you this far in life. Let me help bolster this strength that you might have forgotten about.
(510) 735-8375
Berkeley, California 94702
Frankie Bashan, Psychologist  in Berkeley
“I believe that we all have the intrinsic ability to reach our full potential; that "self-actualization is growth-motivated rather than deficiency-motivated". It is our life experiences and toxic interactions with others that often prevent us from realizing this potential on our own. Although I was trained psychodynamically, my approach is integrative and driven by the needs of the individual client. I practice in a warm, relational, and collaborative manner. I have extensive experience working with children, adolescents, individual adults and couples. I help clients identify what is holding them back from effecting positive change. I help clients be more mindful and less fearful, thereby allowing them to attain more meaningful healthy relationships.
(415) 992-6273
Berkeley, California 94705
Westley Rutter  in Berkeley
“I view therapy as a collaborative relationship, seeking to form a partnership to explore your struggles, moving towards growth and healing. I am experienced in working with anxiety, depression, substance issues, grief/loss, relationship difficulties, trauma, oppression, chronic medical conditions, sexuality, eating disorders, and adoption issues.
(415) 737-6154
Berkeley, California 94705
Tamara R Greenberg, Art Therapist  in Berkeley
Art Therapist, BC-DMT
“If you are seeking a body-oriented therapist you are ready to engage in creating a more meaningful life. Life is inherently full of challenges. Change is inevitable. The question is how do we deal with the struggles and joys with our own inner resources and resiliency. How do we deepen our relationship with ourselves and others and live a more satisfying life? I am a Board Certified Dance/Movement therapist, and have been a pioneering dance therapist before the specialty was certified.
(510) 841-1611
Berkeley, California 94709
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