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Therapists in Oakland

Amy Honigman, Psychologist  in Oakland
“I specialize in helping teens, young adults, and parents with the anxiety and stress of preparing for college. My approach is primarily a mindfulness, acceptance-based cognitive therapy. Teens dealing with the transition in adulthood often behave in ways that are complicated to understand, let alone parent. I prefer work collaboratively, teaching clients mindfulness skills which can enable them to discover useful skills in overcoming anxiety.
(510) 296-4995
Oakland, California 94611
Therese Noel Allen, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Oakland
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MFT, MA
“While I do offer talk therapy, I also blend psychotherapy, expressive arts therapy and somatic bodywork. Expressive arts therapy can look like anything from me having you choose images (rather than using words) to describe your experience, to drama therapy techniques by which I facilitate you having a conversation with a "part" of yourself that continues a frustrating habit. Somatic work can involve standing practices that reflect back what your body (you) are doing, as opposed to what you think you are doing. It can also mean me doing hands-on Strozzi bodywork with you.
(415) 413-4284
Oakland, California 94612
Elizabeth Schenk, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Oakland
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, PsyD, LCSW
“25 years of clinical experience treating a wide range of clients has resulted in growth and change many individuals never thought possible. I provide culturally competent practice to a diverse patient population, drawing on significant cross cultural and LGBTQ expertise. I specialize in the treatment of complex PTSD and dissociative disorders as well as the treatment of vicarious trauma for health and mental health professionals and first responders. I have provided clinical supervision and consultation to numerous therapists and organizations. I specialize in working with interpersonal issues, life transitions, acute and chronic illness and grief and loss.
(925) 290-7886
Oakland, California 94610
John Parke, Psychologist  in Oakland
“I think of psychotherapy as a relational and creative process in which a person explores their lives, their interactions and experiences with specific goals of development in mind. My style is interactive and collaborative with an equal focus on a person's innate capacities as well as the illusive blind spots. Every person that comes into therapy has a distinct way of navigating through the world, and their own way of dealing with problems. My job is to comprehend that individual style and work with it to effect change. Optimally, that improvement is a natural expansion of your innate skills and strengths.
(510) 356-0254
Oakland, California 94610
Gardner Fair, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Oakland
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MFT, PhD
“In the spirit of mutual discovery, my approach is flexible and interactive, cultivating a safe and private space for individuals to fully speak their truth so that they can reorient their life accordingly. Through creating an atmosphere of empathic and respectful listening, I help people identify what they really want and access their inner resources for change.
(510) 878-4753
Oakland, California 94612
Paul E. Rammer, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Oakland
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT, MA
“I am an active psychotherapist - listening, asking questions, exploring new ways to understand your experiences and helping you find new strategies. My approach to therapy is one of warmth, empathy, insight and a focus on goal setting. The goal of therapy is to establish internal clarity, more happiness and an increased sense of success. Some people seek counseling to feel happier and more connected in their intimate relationships or relationships with friends and coworkers. I believe one can experience movement towards a whole and satisfying life with yourself, significant others and the world at large.
(510) 924-0343
Oakland, California 94610
Margaret Jones, Psy.D, Psychologist  in Oakland
“My approach to therapy is to provide a safe and supportive environment for my clients when they are facing emotionally traumatic events in their lives such as depression, anxiety, domestic violence or sexual abuse. I take a proactive approach to their emotional healing by drawing on their individual strengths and guiding them to become collaborators of their own healing. I teach them how to make healthy decisions that can help them feel empowered despite the impact of the traumatic events they have experienced.
(510) 497-0029
Oakland, California 94610
Charlotte Parker, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Oakland
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MFT
“I have 17 years experience working with individuals and couples who have a desire to make positive changes in their lives. My motivation is to support you as you journey through your personal exploration and growth; and assist you in finding the answers for yourself. Within my practice, I offer a formal and professional relationship that is authentic and accommodates your development of self-awareness and self - responsibility. My personal philosophy incorporates the provision of a safe environment from which you can explore your thoughts, emotions, experiences and perceptions within framework of acceptance.
(510) 270-4296
Oakland, California 94609
Jamie Rizzo, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Oakland
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA
“Whether you are seeking therapy to deal with anxiety & stress, heal from past trauma, or are experiencing a spiritual emergence, I believe that each person carries the resources within to move forward into the life they want to create. Through our work together, you will learn to access & use your inner resources to navigate through depression, anxiety, & difficult times. You will gain the tools necessary to move through past trauma & feel the relief that comes with healing. As we begin your journey of growth and healing together, I offer a safe and sacred space where all of you is welcome.
(510) 768-7252
Oakland, California 94618
Lacy Martinez, Marriage & Family Therapist Intern  in Oakland
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist Intern, MA, MFTI
“My clients are drawn to therapy mostly around issues of anxiety or depression that stem from feeling that life is without purpose, or that they aren't living their calling. Life experiences from childhood on contribute to drawing us off our path, and a feeling of flatness or of intense anxiety often accompanies this. It's very common to have this experience during midlife (the wake-up call, so to speak), and I work to help you "re-member" yourself.
(510) 379-7124
Oakland, California 94610
Tami Linde, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Oakland
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, MFT
“My therapy practice will provide you with a safe environment to examine thoughts and behaviors that may be holding you back from the happiness, peace, and success that you want. I specialize in working with adults and couples in the treatment of anxiety, depression, and relationship problems. Additionally, I am a certified anger management facilitator.
(510) 859-4303
Oakland, California 94618
Stuart Lee, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Oakland
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT
“Are you seeking a better relationship with yourself or with others? Feeling "stuck" and want to move past obstacles or familiar patterns that are no longer useful to you? Do you find yourself with a toolbox of ineffective coping skills? Are you striving to live a more purposeful and meaningful life? I will provide a sensitive, thoughtful, genuine supportive presence where you can feel truly heard, understood, and acknowledged with acceptance and without judgment. I will also be an active participant in our working alliance to help move you towards experiencing the changes you seek and meeting your goals.
(510) 401-3760
Oakland, California 94618
Paula Massengill, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Oakland
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“We all sometimes face a challenge in life that we just can't seem to resolve on our own. It might be a new chapter in your life that brings unexpected trials: adulthood, marriage, parenting, step-parenting, divorce, children leaving home, caring for your aging parents, the loss of a loved one, or facing your own mortality. It might be a conflict in a relationship with a loved one or in your professional life. Or it might be more of an internal struggle, whether recent or long-standing, that is giving rise to anxiety, depression, struggles with food or alcohol, or other self-defeating behaviors.
(510) 746-8555
Oakland, California 94611
Annie Botha, Psychologist  in Oakland
“"In every person there lies buried deep in the heart a desire for a certain sort of life: a life that is free and unencumbered, a life that is full of beauty, joy and fulfillment" (A H Almaas). Psychotherapy can offer a path to healing where you can get back in touch with your true nature and experience this as inherently healthy and whole, a source of compassion and intuitive wisdom.
(510) 962-8279
Oakland, California 94618
Caitlin Finnell, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Oakland
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, MFT
“As a Marriage and Family psychotherapist, I seek to help my clients find their way through the hardships that life can bring. I believe in the healing power of the therapeutic relationship as well as each individual having the power to heal themselves. I believe in a strength based, solution focused approach to therapy and work with my clients to not only over come their current circumstances but to also develop tools and strategies that they can use moving forward in their lives.
(303) 816-3290
Oakland, California 94606
Rozelle Vogelman, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Oakland
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, MFT
“Finding a therapist is a daunting task. So I encourage you to call me for a free consultation to assess if we would be a good fit. If we aren't, I shall be glad to give you some referrals. My hope and intention in working with you is to help you on your journey to becoming the person you were meant to be. Together we will discuss your life challenges and your therapeutic goals, work on changing any habitual patterns that get in your way, and heal the emotional wounds of the past and present.
(510) 910-3537
Oakland, California 94609
Rosemary R. Wood, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Oakland
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
“The person I help is grieving after a loved one died. My client is exhausted, traumatized, from taking care of their loved one through the illness and dying process. Maybe death is a new experience, or there have been multiple losses, which make grief even harder. Sometimes my client's loved one died from a sudden illness or accident. There was no time to adjust beforehand, for precious last words, and the shock is overwhelming. Other people I help lost a loved one to suicide. The family often feels shame and isolation when they most need support.
(510) 240-5894
Oakland, California 94602
Zonya Johnson, Psychologist  in Oakland
“I have worked as a clinical psychologist and psychotherapist for over 25 years. I work with individuals and couples with a broad range of psychological and relationship problems. I very much enjoy the sociocultural diversity of the Bay Area and my psychotherapy practice reflects this diversity. Helping people maximize their individual potential is a never-ending source of satisfaction. I have special interests in relationship issues, women's issues, cultural concerns, and health-related problems. I also enjoy helping people find a balance between the demands of work, self, spirit and family.
(925) 238-8809
Oakland, California 94618
L Eileen Keller, Psychologist  in Oakland
“Maybe you feel down or frustrated or anxious and have tried everything you can think of on your own. I work on the basis of a conviction that two heads are better than one and believe that through you and I talking together, we can help you find relief from suffering and build your capacity to find more joy in your life.
(510) 996-4095
Oakland, California 94618
Samantha Yugler, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Oakland
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
“I work collaboratively with individuals and couples to make significant shifts that result in long-lasting, increased life fulfillment. I have extensive experience working with issues such as: anxiety, depression, relationship issues, grief and loss, trauma and substance abuse and recovery. I strive to ensure that my clients are clear about what they are learning and gaining from psychotherapy. This includes the identification of supportive tools and coping skills that continue to aid clients after the completion of therapy.
(510) 900-8678
Oakland, California 94612
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