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Therapists in Oakland

Jennifer Pister, Marriage & Family Therapist Intern  in Oakland
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist Intern, MA
“Based in mindfulness, I am available to come together with you around whatever it is you want to look at with the purpose of strengthening trust of your own inner guidance. Whether you are depressed, anxious, confused, or wanting better communication between you and your partner, family, friends or self, I can help you get to know yourself so that you have greater choice and agency in your life.
(510) 358-4933
Oakland, California 94609
Nadirah S Stills, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Oakland
“Over the past 17 years I have been healing the families of Alameda County. I am most known for my ability to reach hard to engage high risk clients in the African-American Community. I believe that my calling is to guide my clients to the roads of self-control, self-love, and self-motivation. Knowing that once one knows and loves their true self they are able to have better relationships with their children, partners, and family.
(510) 296-6521
Oakland, California 94608
Claudius Johnson, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Oakland
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, SAP
“Congratulations, you found a compassionate and affirming therapist. As you're reading this I understand it maybe with some degree of ambivalence. To that end, my immediate goal is to connect and reflect with you in ways that are safe, respectful and trusting. Only then can we have a meaningful, therapeutic-relationship that's open to collaboration, exploration and revelation. This is where we "Make the road as we walk it", and I champion your journey, where ever it leads. I value the creative and growth potential of every human being. How can I best support you?
(510) 306-1799
Oakland, California 94610
Valerie V. Veza, LCSW, CHT, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Oakland
“I am a Psychotherapist , with an enriched background in Transpersonal Psychology, Clinical Social Work, Hypnotherapy and Buddhist Psychology. I bring to my practice a deep understanding, that is holistic in approach, unblocking patterns to create balance for the Mind, Body, Spirit and Emotions. "Knowing Yourself is Enlightenment" Lao-Tzu
(510) 878-4260
Oakland, California 94610
Village Counseling and Assessment Center, Psychologist  in Oakland
“Village Counseling & Assessment Center(VCAC),is a private psychological services clinic. Our staff is thoroughly trained in evidence-based and innovative treatment techniques. We offer comprehensive services addressing most emotional and behavioral difficulties through short or long term treatment via individual, couples, family or group sessions.
(510) 878-6987
Oakland, California 94611
Alena Hutchinson Mfc 33069, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Oakland
“My approach in therapy is to create a warm, non-judgmental, interactive atmosphere in which we can bring the wisdom of your highest and best self to your current difficulties and dilemmas. I am attuned to the effect of unconscious patterns that begin in childhood and yet try to work in the present, trusting that the past -- to the extent it is important -- will show up in the present. My belief is that human beings naturally tend toward wholeness. I use education and mindfulness and cognitive-behavioral techniques to enable you to participate fully in your own healing and growth.
(415) 397-8300
Oakland, California 94618
Anna M Musco, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Oakland
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
“Damaged relationships with the world and our families can affect us deeply throughout our lives leaving us feeling isolated, uncomfortable in our bodies and generally unsafe. Our energy begins to decline along with our enthusiasm for life. Its confusing. We quietly stonewall everything and everyone while wishing for the right partner, right career and right friends. Feelings of insecurity, loneliness or shame can spiral into deep bouts of depression, acting out, despair and suicide. Prioritizing the needs of everyone else can lead to unhealthy behaviors and choices supplanting authenticity and joy, while swapping virtual reality for real relationships and happiness.
(510) 466-1346
Oakland, California 94609
Deanna Reardon, Psychologist  in Oakland
“I practice holistic psychotherapy; I see each individual as a whole system (body, heart and mind) existing in a social/cultural context. I believe everything is interconnected and each piece is important. But we live in a trance of disconnection; from ourselves, each other, and the planet. When we deny the interrelatedness of all things we suffer and struggle. The mind dominates the body, the body betrays the mind, the mind punishes the body, the body exhausts the mind, and so on.
(510) 986-4004
Oakland, California 94611
Ken Takahashi, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Oakland
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT, SEP
“I will assist you to activate your innate ability, utilizing Nervous system & Neurology to break patterns of your issues. I will help separate negative emotions, thoughts & physical sensations from your issues such as trauma, panic attacks, anxiety & addiction. For instance, you have had a car accident before. You feel anxious whenever you see cars on the street. This means that the car accident is associated with the anxiety. I will help disconnect the anxiety from the car accident while rebuilding positive experiences in you. You will gradually re-associate the car accident with the positive experiences, transforming the old pattern.
(510) 601-1929 x5
Oakland, California 94611
Soreliz Ascanio, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Oakland
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I have enjoyed working with individuals, parenting adults, and families throughout the past 15 years. I support and strengthen parent-child relationships by guiding parents to become more attuned to their children's needs. I help parents understand, and manage their child's anxieties and fears, and cope with their behavioral and emotional problems. I explore with individuals how unconscious triggers can lead to difficult relationships, family conflicts, and stress. I facilitate self-discovery and support individuals to become aware of repeating negative patterns that contribute to parenting and relationship challenges.
(510) 230-0418
Oakland, California 94609
Connie C Linas, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Oakland
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Do you need relief from anxiety or depression? Are you and your partner fighting and trying to move forward together? Do you struggle with money or body image and wonder where you get stuck? I often help people who are exactly where you are. A collaborative, focused relationship with a caring professional can be a life-changing experience. With a goal oriented and interactive style, I work together with you to meet your goals in therapy and move forward with ease and acceptance. Call for a phone consultation to see if I'd be a good fit for you.
(510) 338-6655
Oakland, California 94609
Nick Wightman, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Oakland
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
“Welcome. Choosing to start therapy is a sign of strength, not weakness. I believe all people have a natural inclination toward growth and wholeness and sometimes things get in the way. Exploring these obstacles with compassion and courage can help you cultivate the most important relationship of your life - the one that colors everything you say, think and do - your relationship with yourself. Whether your challenge is depression, anxiety, grief and loss, relationships, addictions or career challenges, all you need to get started is the desire to change.
(510) 403-8480
Oakland, California 94611
Philip Keddy, Psychologist  in Oakland
“I offer psychotherapy, personality testing with feedback, and individual treatment of addictions. My approach to therapy is flexible but especially inspired by psychodynamic, Jungian and existential thought. Collaborative assessment means that together you and I would look at the results of tests and interviews to help answer questions you have about yourself, to get to know you more quickly and to focus the therapy. This kind of assessment can be a brief therapeutic intervention in itself. I also have a specialization in working with addictions, with motivational interviewing.
(510) 470-7779
Oakland, California 94618
Joan Ruderman, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Oakland
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MFT
“I work especially well with couples or individuals who are ready to explore areas in their lives in which they find themselves frustrated and dissatisfied.This journey often yields insights leading to major breakthroughs and transformative new behaviors. Issues which you have been avoiding are frequently the source of personal growth. I assist people, sometimes with the aid of questionnaires, in discovering their strengths and weaknesses, which can then be used in creating significant positive change.
(510) 296-6743
Oakland, California 94611
Patrick D. Chrisman, Psychologist  in Oakland
“I believe that understanding and compassion are vital for building trust, mutual respect, and openness, all of which are essential in forming a therapeutic relationship that can encourage change. My style in therapy is a mix of person-centered, solution-focused, cognitive-behavioral, and psychodynamic theories. With children I utilize a variety of expressive therapies including play, art, narrative, sand tray and bibliotherapy. In working with children, adolescents and adults, I focus on coming up with solutions to your dilemma's that can help you fairly quickly in your day to day life.
(415) 570-8936
Oakland, California 94611
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
Deanna Jimenez, Marriage & Family Therapist Intern  in Oakland
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist Intern, MA, MFTi
“I work with individuals, children, couples, and families who are looking to create more fulfilling relationships and lead happier, more balanced lives. Despite what brings you to therapy, my goal is for you to leave with the ability to respond effectively to life's challenges. I provide a safe, supportive environment for you to begin exploring your internal reality. Through mindfulness, interactive dialogue and practical wisdom we will get curious about old patterns that no longer serve you. Visit me at
(510) 275-7180
Oakland, California 94610
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
Terry Schulman, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Oakland
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, PhD, LCSW, BCD
“Although you may be feeling discouraged right now, years of experience as a therapist have convinced me that people can change in meaningful ways. I will help you focus on the troubles that bring you to therapy in a way in which you will develop an understanding of the self-defeating feelings and actions that have taken such a toll on your life. Not needing those ways of thinking or behaving you will be freer to make the changes you've wanted to make for a long time, so you can have a richer and more authentic life.
(510) 878-4912
Oakland, California 94618
Alexandra Mitnick, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Oakland
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, MPH
“I specialize in using creativity, humor, and the arts in working with adults who are having intimacy and relationship issues. I enjoy working with individuals and couples, especially young people and families who are experiencing the stresses and complexities of family life. People have described me as inquisitive, insightful, curious and warm. I offer a solid presence, as well as a fresh, down-to-earth, and direct point of view to support you in your life's pursuits.
(510) 878-4467
Oakland, California 94618
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