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Therapists in San Jose

Michelle C Bebb, Psychologist  in San Jose
“Hello and welcome! I am Dr. Michelle Bebb and I appreciate that you are taking the time to visit my website and learn about my services. As a licensed clinical psychologist (PSY 25020), I specialize in working with individuals, couples, and families as they deal with emotional difficulties, relational issues and overall life transitions. I believe in partnering with my clients to help them to achieve the change that they desire. Please contact me @ 408.684.0958 or, if you have questions or if you would like to schedule an appointment.
(650) 276-5827
San Jose, California 95126
Elizabeth Grace Pfeiffer Gossett, Psychologist  in San Jose
“I meet people where they are in their life journey and help give them a road map to make it more rewarding. I see everyone as a human being first and then address their issues second so they can get what they want out of life.
(805) 341-4376
San Jose, California 95126
Michelle Wambach, Marriage & Family Therapist  in San Jose
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
“Welcome. I'm a licensed therapist and I teach psychology at a local college. I offer healing for emotional pain, anxiety, panic attacks, relationships, depression, and trauma. People seek therapy for many reasons. Sometimes we keep ending up in the same life patterns despite our best efforts to change. You may want to feel better about yourself, or are struggling to overcome wounds from the past that keep holding you back. Perhaps you have been suffering for too long with feelings of anxiety and depression that interfere with having the life you want. I would like to help.
(408) 647-5934
San Jose, California 95117
Ariel Whitlock, Marriage & Family Therapist  in San Jose
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT, NCC
“I work with people who are struggling with body image issues, eating behavior problems, anxiety, depression, transitions, past traumas or just feeling unbalanced. Each of our journeys is different and unique, and each therapeutic process is different. In my practice, I provide a compassionate environment for you to explore the possibility of change. You may feel discouraged, and as if you are stuck between a rock and a hard place, but there is hope. As even in our most difficult times, growth can occur. My gentle approach will support you as you become the person you were intended to be.
(775) 346-4062
San Jose, California 95128
Donna McKnight, Counselor  in San Jose
“Intentional Living is to live on purpose and live with choice. The Point of Power is in the Now! I believe everyone has the ability to change things that are problematic for them. Intentional Living is what we all deserve. No one should struggle with life dictating their path or their happiness. The truth is the things within your control are the thoughts that cause you worry, fear, anxiety, and low moods. These feelings often result in difficulties that disrupt our lives. I can show you how to recognize and change these defeating thoughts.
(408) 816-2208
San Jose, California 95125
Kim Noll, Psychologist  in San Jose
“My mission is to help students-and those working with them-identify their individual learning profiles so that they can advocate for their needs, study more efficiently, and access the most effective interventions and services. Pursuing interventions without accurately identifying how a student learns often delays effective progress and lasting change. A comprehensive evaluation and individualized interventions and services will help students turn their own corner on the path toward lifelong learning success.
(408) 465-4181
San Jose, California 95125
Renee Cordobes, Marriage & Family Therapist  in San Jose
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT, PPS-SC
“I provide a safe place to discuss those issues that may keep you stuck and unable to enjoy your life in the present moment. I am genuine and compassionate. I will listen and support you where you are, helping you to find the way that is right for you. I am not bound by one theory or set of tools. I focus on your strengths, taking the time to learn about your innate characteristics, designing creative yet practical ways to help you realize your dreams and live a full life.
(408) 791-2645
San Jose, California 95124
Danielle Hanchett Friedman, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in San Jose
“We all have moments when we struggle with emotions and stressors that seem overwhelming at the time and take us away from enjoying all that life has to offer. Utilizing my more than14 years of experience and training, I will work hand in hand with you to understand and address the problems that have prompted you to seek help. I create a safe and non-judgmental environment to support you or your family as together we discover a path for your healing, growth and change.
(408) 335-0153
San Jose, California 95126
Tricia J Mlnarik, Marriage & Family Therapist  in San Jose
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
“Are you or your child struggling with a life change or loss? Counseling and psychotherapy can help ease the grief, anxiety, and pain that accompany life transitions such as divorce, abuse, and the death of a loved one. When faced with these difficulties it is often hard to cope, attend to relationships and feel good about yourself. I can help you find your way out of your pain and on your path toward health. In my psychotherapy practice, I integrate practical, cognitive and behavioral strategies with interpersonal approaches to address the unique needs of each individual and family I treat.
(408) 520-0886
San Jose, California 95126
Debbie Francis, Psychologist  in San Jose
“I view psychotherapy as an opportunity for people to enrich their relationships with themselves and the world. I strive to create a safe place for clients to explore and understand themselves and their challenges where they can emerge in their best light with the skills necessary to successfully navigate similar circumstances in the future. Life can be difficult and nobody should have to try to figure it out all alone, I can help you. Whether you are struggling with depression, life transitions, crisis or grief and loss, we can work through it together. And in the end, you will find your sparkle
(408) 512-1154
San Jose, California 95124
Kids Overcoming, LLC, Psychologist  in San Jose
“Children diagnosed with autism have many choices for services. KOI is unique in that we offer multiple programs to allow a family to receive all the support they need in one organization. KOI provides family-centered psychological and behavioral health services for children and adolescents diagnosed with autism. Services provided: Comprehensive Autism Evaluations, Social Skills Groups, Parent Education, Sibling Support, Psychotherapy (individual and Family), and Applied Behavior Analysis. Services are family centered and individualized resulting in the best outcomes for each family. We provide in-home and in-clinic services for Santa Clara, Contra Costa, and Alameda counties.
(408) 560-4459
San Jose, California 95126
Deborah Kjar, Marriage & Family Therapist  in San Jose
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT
“I believe living a successful life is a process. I have to laugh at the expression,"Expect the Unexpected," because it is so true! In order to navigate through a life of uncertainty, you may need support or guidance during the more difficult stages. I am here so you don't have to go it alone. My goal is to create a safe environment for you to explore your personal needs. I would be honored to assist you with navigating life transitions such as job relocations, marriage conflicts, parenting challenges, major life decisions or empty nest syndrome.
(408) 703-5627
San Jose, California 95120
Mind Emotion Harmony,   in San Jose
“Do you have tense, arguing relationships with Mom,Dad and siblings? Have you experienced the emotional pain of anxiety, self sabotage, child abuse, dysfunctional addictive families, and trauma. You know the emotional pain of living in anger, and fear and the havoc it wrecks on one's identity and self esteem. I do too. Helping you work through these challenges to shift into an empowered, happy, vital person, feels self satisfied and able to cope with difficult personal relationships is my great joy as a relationship coach. You will feel warm and peaceful like walking in sunshine on a beach.
(408) 215-9426
San Jose, California 95125
Lia Salciccia Prusha, Marriage & Family Therapist  in San Jose
“If you feel lost, adrift, tapped out, sunk, on pins and needles, or isolated: I can help. I work with individuals, couples, families, groups, and children to cope with debilitating symptoms such as anxiety, depression, compulsions, sexual dysfunction, anger, and life crises. There is something to be learned and gained from each circumstance, each symptom, no matter how painful. My aim is to help you increase functioning in your relationships, at work, and at school. When you feel more functional, then you can begin to make new choices and reach your highest potential. Sexual Minorities, LGBT/Alternative lifestyles welcome.
(408) 641-6945
San Jose, California 95126
David Biggs, Marriage & Family Therapist  in San Jose
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MS, MFT
“I am a Marriage and Family Therapist with over 20 years of experience working with adults, teens, couples, and families. I am experienced in issues around chemical dependency, marital conflict, and parenting, as well as common concerns such as stress, grief and life transitions. I will work with you to build on your strengths and attain the personal growth you are committed to accomplishing. Call me for a free 30 minute phone consultation, and I will return your call within 24 hours, or the next business day to schedule an appointment.
(408) 596-5268
San Jose, California 95125
Aurianne J Dorsay, Psychologist  in San Jose
“Adults, children and couples seek my psychotherapy services for a variety of reasons including feeling stuck, anxious, or sad. Through working with me, my clients have reported that they know themselves more deeply and that they experience more fulfilling and meaningful lives.
(408) 641-3073
San Jose, California 95125
Linda H Mastrangelo, Marriage & Family Therapist  in San Jose
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
“"Grief does not change reveals you." - John Green. Loss comes in many forms; death of a loved one, family trauma, end of a relationship or job, a move/loss of home, and health issues. Experiencing grief because of loss can make us turn away just when we need the most support. Reaching out takes courage and I provide a safe and caring space to help clients express complicated emotions, manage anxiety/sleep issues, learn coping skills and practice self-care during these life changing transitions.
(408) 340-7712
San Jose, California 95128
Deidre R Popolizio, Marriage & Family Therapist  in San Jose
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, MFT
“Therapy offers a safe support system as you navigate some of life's more difficult challenges. Are you seeking therapy for problems including relationship issues, trauma, depression/anxiety, grief over any type of loss, chronic illness, divorce, retirement or even facing mortality? As your therapist, I will Help you process events and relationships, both current and past, that influence your current challenges. Therapy is a collaborative effort and is not a quick fix. Along with empathy, I offer a safe and supportive environment to discuss your concerns and take progressive steps toward adaptation and acceptance to enhance your life.
(408) 703-5298
San Jose, California 95126
Thi-Van Nguyen, Marriage & Family Therapist  in San Jose
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MS, MFT
“Are you having a difficult time sleeping, noticing that your mind races, and you can't seem to shut your mind off? Are you feeling sad, alone, and have no motivation? Are you going through a rough time and need someone who will give you their undivided attention, validate how you feel, and help you gain some tools to help you through this stage in your life? If this sounds like you, you don't have to go through this alone, I can offer support and help you get out of this.
(408) 601-4582
San Jose, California 95117
Doylene Chan, Psychologist  in San Jose
“Are you feeling stuck? Does your life feel overwhelming? Are you having a difficult time coping? I would like to support you in leading a fuller and more meaningful existence. As your therapist, I will help you cope more effectively with your problems, by challenging your routine thought processes and teaching you practical behavioral tools. You can expect to discover new insights about yourself and feel empowered to make positive changes. The eventual goal is for you to translate what you learn in therapy to daily living, and find healing amidst adversity. Thank you for visiting my site!
(408) 956-6830
San Jose, California 95128
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