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Therapists in San Francisco

Rebecca Wrangham, Marriage & Family Therapist  in San Francisco
“I have been in Private Practice for 15+ years, and work with individuals and couples. I work with depression, anxiety, relationships (all kinds - family, gay, straight, married or not), women's issues, self-esteem problems, and grief and loss issues. I use a relational, psychodynamic approach with individuals and Emotionally Focused Couples Therapy with couples. Together I work with clients to help reach their goals.
(415) 682-6188
San Francisco, California 94115
Nancy Chirinos, Marriage & Family Therapist Intern  in San Francisco
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist Intern, MA, MFTI
“I work with adults, couples, adolescents, and families who are seeking positive change in their lives. I believe that people want to feel better and that therapy can help. Successful therapy can lead to a better understanding of yourself, stronger connections and a growing potential for happiness. My approach integrates talk therapy with practical interventions, which include goals based on your strengths and personal preferences.
(415) 578-3014
San Francisco, California 94123
Don Mack, Marriage & Family Therapist  in San Francisco
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
“Do you need help finding direction and more joy in your life? Setting goals for yourself while sorting through life's many distractions might be a great place to start.
(415) 820-9620
San Francisco, California 94102
Marilyn Stettler, Marriage & Family Therapist  in San Francisco
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MFT
“My specialty is psychotherapy with individual adults, couples and group members whose lives are not working. In love and work they may experience feelings of despair, failure, lost hope or seemingly unresolvable conflict . Undermining anxiety, depression, grief , fear of rejection or a more general feeling of lack of fufillment and malaise may bring them to therapy. Their struggles may originate in personality patterns that were created for protection and survival in earlier stages of their development. My work involves helping them to understand their feelings and to successfully work through the obstacles to fulfillment of their needs and desires.
(650) 741-1453
San Francisco, California 94109
Dara Hayden, Psychologist  in San Francisco
“Therapy can offer you the chance to increase your sense of personal satisfaction, improve your relationships and resolve specific concerns. Whether you are struggling with a new challenge, or dealing with longer term stress and imbalance, I look forward to speaking with you. I offer a collaborative, compassionate, depth-oriented therapeutic style informed by current research in a confidential private practice setting. I invite you to contact me with any questions you may have or to schedule an initial consultation appointment.
(510) 454-8070
San Francisco, California 94102
Lindsay Anne Hutchins, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in San Francisco
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“My specialty is working with individuals and couples impacted by the disease of addiction. Work in therapy is beautifully enhanced by your active work in a program of recovery. I am exceedingly familiar with 12 Step Recovery and see addictive disease as both a thought disorder as well as an intimacy disorder--impacting one's capacity to be intimate--not only with oneself but with others as well. Recovery works to balance and enable one to stay connected to self and others while working through difficulties. I have been doing this work for 25 years and love working with clients.
(415) 858-6867
San Francisco, California 94107
David A Wasserman, Psychologist  in San Francisco
“I have a psychotherapy practice in Potrero Hill. My office is near 280 and 101, close to UCSF Mission Bay, and on the 10 Townsend and 22 Fillmore bus lines. I work with individuals (18 and over), couples, and groups. Some of my clients have specific, limited concerns and come in for short-term therapy. Others have been struggling in multiple arenas for years and stay long-term. I work with men and women from all walks of life: I have extensive experience with ethnic-minority clients and LGBT folks as well. Working with younger adults is a particular interest.
(650) 918-4818
San Francisco, California 94107
Shana Averbach, Marriage & Family Therapist  in San Francisco
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MS, LMFT
“Welcome. My guess is you want to increase your peace of mind, understand your experiences, and start being emotionally proactive instead of reactive. . . You want to stop doubting yourself and hiding behind a mask of smiles or busy-ness. . . You want to start treating yourself with more kindness and compassion, and be in the flow of your best self. . . My name is Shana and I am passionate about helping my clients meet these goals. I have found over the years that therapy helps to see your self and problems from new perspectives, which creates a sense of peace and lightness.
(415) 968-2879
San Francisco, California 94122
The Full Story Therapy, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in San Francisco
“Anxiety does not have to overshadow your life! If you are struggling with constant fears and worries that impact your vitality and relationships, it can be hard to feel joy and fulfillment. Anxiety is an energy that can be overwhelming, but when we work together in therapy you can learn to balance it and move toward your preferred life. I offer strength focused counseling and therapy and will love to support you.on your path. Let's talk and plan how life can get much better for you!
(415) 649-6552
San Francisco, California 94104
Daryl-Anne Goldman, Psychologist  in San Francisco
“In my 28 years of private practice I have seen how anxiety and depression interferes with peoples' lives and causes a great deal of frustration and shame. I work with anxiety and depression that is new, i.e. connected to current life events, as well as the kind of anxiety and depression which is recurrent and harder to change. I try to get the BIG PICTURE and see how other issues and problems may be affecting your anxiety and depression, such as undiagnosed ADD, learning disabilities, chronic illness, family dynamics, insomnia and food issues.
(415) 337-4519
San Francisco, California 94103
Francine Marie Sanfilippo, Marriage & Family Therapist  in San Francisco
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT, MS, CGP
“My therapeutic approach is client centered, which means we work collaboratively to resolve presenting issues, identify strengths and develop effective coping strategies. I believe in working efficiently, to restore a sense of well being and quality of life. To this end you will experience me as attentive, interactive and responsive to you in sessions. I hold a deep respect for those seeking to engage in therapy; for their courage, vulnerability and commitment to improve their lives. Together we can create a safe and compassionate space for exploration, discovery, understanding and healing.
(415) 521-1864
San Francisco, California 94110
Rebecca Silverstein, Marriage & Family Therapist  in San Francisco
“I offer a warm and understanding presence where you can explore any issue that you need help with. You may want to feel happier in your relationships or work. You may need help finding a sense of purpose and passion. You could have issues from your family of origin that hold you back from feeling worthwhile, safe or successful. I can help you gain understanding and compassion for yourself, help work through old issues, and build resources for yourself in the present that will allow you to have more of the life you want.
(415) 413-0920
San Francisco, California 94110
Akira Olsen, Psychologist  in San Francisco
“Do you want to be happier? Do you want to feel motivated, positive and fulfilled? Do you want to move forward? Do you want to end bad habits? Do you want to manage stress better? Do you want to resolve family or relationship issues? Do you want to improve relationships with your loved ones? Do you want to help your child manage stress, cope with challenges or improve school performance?
(415) 508-7798
San Francisco, California 94111
Hollie Hannan, Marriage & Family Therapist  in San Francisco
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, PhD, MFT
“If change were as simple as Cher telling Nicholas Cage in Moonstruck to "Snap out of it!" there would be no need for therapists. While experiencing pain is difficult, it is often a catalyst for growth. As a licensed Therapist for 18 years, I specialize in helping people heal their emotional injuries and move through the "stuck" places that prevent them from living fuller and more meaningful lives. Resilience increases by working through challenges.
(415) 800-4665
San Francisco, California 94118
Kyo Kenneth Chu, Marriage & Family Therapist  in San Francisco
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT
“My approach to the therapy encourages you to tap into your inner strength, self knowledge, and take risk with ongoing support so that you can more integrate yourself into meaningful life. It is with passion and compassion that I witness the healing transformation a person goes through in the therapeutic relationship.
(415) 463-4469
San Francisco, California 94118
Daniel C McCracken, Marriage & Family Therapist  in San Francisco
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, MFT
“We all have an abundance of inner strength, courage and potential available to us. You may be experiencing difficulty accessing these strengths or carrying them into all areas of your life for a variety of reasons. You may also be caught up in experiencing difficulties that donít allow you to find the inertia or ability to get to your potential. Some of these difficulties that I work to alleviate so that you can find a more rewarding life are: ANXIETY, DEPRESSION, LOW SELF-ESTEEM, FEELINGS OF BEING STUCK, RELATIONSHIPS, GRIEF
(415) 742-1941
San Francisco, California 94102
Lisa Manca, Counselor  in San Francisco
“I am a Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor and Board Certified Dance/Movement Therapist specializing in working with chronically mentally ill clients for the past six years. I currently serve as the Director of Activities at the Mental Health Rehabilitation Center of San Francisco County. Previously I worked in a forensic inpatient psychiatric setting. I provide therapy for those who have mood and thought disorders such as anxiety, depression, schizophrenia, etc. Although I have worked mostly with adults, I interned working with children with ADHD and Oppositional Defiant Disorder and older adults with mental illnesses.
(775) 990-1426
San Francisco, California 94116
Kevin Orzech, Psychologist  in San Francisco
“Psychotherapy is about change. My work is grounded in the belief that we have innate resources for happiness and ease that become concealed or underdeveloped. It is my role to help us understand your unique needs, history and challenges to help you realign with your strengths and wisdom; while uncovering what may be blocking these resources. Because this work is often challenging though satisfying, I tend to holding a safe and validating space to explore your issues.
(510) 606-8993
San Francisco, California 94104
Ron Burg, Psychologist  in San Francisco
“I work with men, regardless of sexual orientation, who feel stuck in their lives in one way or another. My approach is individualized and varies depending upon who you are and what you want to work on. As a rule, however, my sessions are very active and directed. Men who have been in talk therapy before typically tell me that working with me is different. They say that we are breaking new ground rather than rehashing familiar territory. Things move and they start to see changes rather quickly. Check out at my website for more information.
(415) 858-6856
San Francisco, California 94102
Sue Saperstein, Marriage & Family Therapist  in San Francisco
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, PsyD
“Being curious makes a significant difference when you are thinking of making changes because then you are interested in yourself - in what you think and feel and want for yourself. Feelings are often difficult to feel and share - they feel too much or too intense and unwanted - not attractive. Relationships are the core concern of most people - what is working and what is not, what you have and what is missing. I am committed to working with you in a trusting, creative, dynamic and caring process and will help you achieve the changes you desire. Real changes take real time.
(415) 641-4146
San Francisco, California 94115
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