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Therapists in Oakland

Brian Uhlin, Psychologist  in Oakland
“Welcome! I realize that starting with a new therapist can sometimes be intimidating. My first priority is to deeply understand your challenges and your goals so that you can feel confident about the direction we take in therapy. Sometimes people face problems that are difficult to put into words. I really get that! I love my work of helping people develop deeper understanding and compassion for themselves. I offer a warm and patient environment that allows my clients the space to fully express themselves.
(216) 777-1387
Oakland, California 94611
Rebekah Skoor, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Oakland
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, MS, MFT
“Sex. Identity. Relationships. Gender. These are hard things to talk about, let alone to have to explain or justify to the people you need most to understand you. In our counseling work together, I am committed to building a working relationship where you feel comfortable exploring all elements of your life in a safe, judgment-free environment. My counseling practice is dynamic and engaging. I bring ten years of experience with sexuality issues and five years of counseling together to create an atmosphere where you will be seen as a unique individual with goals worthy of achieving.
(510) 550-5937
Oakland, California 94610
Matilda St John, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Oakland
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MFT
“Struggling with anxiety can be a debilitating, frightening, and isolating experience. Whether the anxiety stems from trauma(s), trying to be "good" all the time, or something you can't quite put your finger on, together we can begin to understand and unravel the fears that are keeping you from living more fully. Many people I see are anxious for good reason, and their lives can be improved by learning ways to step back and take a broader view.
(510) 878-4694 x2
Oakland, California 94610
Laura Parker, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Oakland
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, MFT
“Do you want more aliveness in your life, your love, your work, your play? Do you want to develop the skills to engage more creatively and effectively with the challenges you face? I help you to understand and change relationship conflict; communicate more honestly and effectively; recover from grief and loss; stop giving your power away - exude more natural authority and self-possession; move on from addictions and other self-defeating behavior patterns; deal with anger, depression, worry, shame, and self-criticism.
(510) 671-8122
Oakland, California 94602
Laura Malone,   in Oakland
“A faculty member at New Ventures West coaching school, I work privately and in groups with individuals who come from diverse backgrounds, with equally varied goals and challenges. My coaching is informed by 12 years' experience as a body-worker, two decades in the start-up and corporate tech industries, and even longer as an artist. I can help you find life balance, unblock your creativity, develop presence as a leader, find self-acceptance and self-confidence, and develop compassionate communication with both others and yourself.
Oakland, California 94602
Lisa Gendzwill, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Oakland
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“There are times in all of our lives when challenging relationship dynamics hold us back. Though I treat a variety of mental health concerns, a common theme in my practice is discussion of the problematic relationships that can keep us from meeting our full potential. It's important to understand that repeated interactions with difficult personalities can limit development and growth; this understanding is the first step in change.
(925) 395-4892
Oakland, California 94610
Kim Paulus, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Oakland
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MFT
“It can be challenging to find the right therapist when you are feeling depressed, overwhelmed, or just confused about where to turn next. I provide a supportive space to explore your challenges and collaborate to create a treatment that is flexible and responsive to your needs. While my approach to each person is individual, my work is informed by: social justice thinking and a sensitivity to power, prejudice and oppression with regard to sexuality, race, class, gender, and body size. An attendance to relationships, both inside and outside the therapy office. A belief that mindfulness is the first, most crucial step to healing.
(510) 962-9963
Oakland, California 94610
Catherine A Jolly, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Oakland
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT
“All people have a strong, wise voice, which can guide the way through confusion and painful blocks. Great suffering results when people lose touch with that voice, because they feel they must continue with the way things are, despite mixed feelings. I love helping people find their voice, and liberate their inherent creativity and spirituality. I enjoy working with teens and adults, addressing a wide range of issues including identity. For clients who choose talk therapy, I use a collaborative, respectful approach to assist you in unraveling unhelpful belief systems and the difficult experiences that contributed to those beliefs.
(510) 207-9491
Oakland, California 94602
Kyoko Tsuchiya, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Oakland
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, MFT
“Are you feeling stuck in your life, your relationships or your job, or going through challenging life transitions? I strongly believe that we all have tremendous capacity for change, growth and healing. Drawing upon my professional training in body-oriented psychotherapy and decades of meditation practice, I can assist you in quieting your mind and taping into your own truth, strengths and wisdom within. Psychotherapy that integrates body, mind and spirit can help you move beyond the problems to release the creative energy, optimism and hope necessary to lead you to a more authentic and fulfilling life.
(510) 858-0979
Oakland, California 94618
Cassidy Smith, Marriage & Family Therapist Intern  in Oakland
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist Intern, MA, MA
“Depression and anxiety can stem from so many different sources. Some find themselves disappointed with their relational lives, others are overwhelmed with work and other demands, while still others may still be feeling the reverberations of previous traumas. Some feel down, but can't quite identify why. I work with people who have a hunch that things could be better--and could use someone to help them figure out how.
(719) 722-3477
Oakland, California 94611
Margaret F Mancuso, Psychologist  in Oakland
“I am a Clinical Psychologist in private practice with more than 20 years' experience helping individual adults, teens, children and their families. I offer both Psychotherapy and Consultation. Psychotherapy in a safe and caring atmosphere can offer a pathway to insight, personal understanding and achieving new goals that bring a more rewarding life. My clinical approach is an interactive one since I believe that successful therapy is a collaborative process. I incorporate various therapeutic approaches: Psychodynamic, Interpersonal, Psychoanalytic, Solution-Focused and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy.
(510) 746-8071
Oakland, California 94618
Joshua Dean Coleman, Psychologist  in Oakland
“Dr. Coleman has extensive experience working with parents who are estranged from their adult children and has written a well-reviewed book on the topic, "When Parents Hurt" He has over 30 years of experience working successfully with couples who want to strengthen their relationships and couples who are on the verge of divorce as a result of affairs, communication problems and the inability to resolve conflict. He also has many years of experience helping individuals achieve happier, more fulfilling lives. This includes individuals suffering from anxiety, insecurity, shame, depression, or fear of success.
(925) 308-5649
Oakland, California 94618
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
“As a therapist for over twenty four years, the focus of my work is helping people to create and sustain healthy relationships, and to learn how to thrive in their lives. I listen carefully to the nuances of what you say and don't say, and help you to become more aware of your unconscious beliefs and the energy that you hold in your body that may be an obstacle to your creating the life that you yearn for. Together, we take the journey of discovering what is in your way, and who you are truly meant to be.
(510) 246-3735
Oakland, California 94611
Danielle Ray, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Oakland
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, MFT
“I provide insightful and compassionate psychotherapy for individuals and couples struggling with unhealthy recurrent patterns in relationships and/or with compulsive/ addictive behaviors involving eating, substances, spending, working, etc. I also work with depression, anxiety, 12-step recovery, traumatic childhood experiences, the particular concerns of being an artist, and issues of identity.
(510) 878-4808
Oakland, California 94618
Thomas Cohen, Psychologist  in Oakland
“Over 40 years of diverse practice has taught me that when people are in psychotherapy they create ingenious ways to grow, to resolve internal/social conflict and to improve their sense of personal fulfillment. They are innovative and sincere. Therapy is more than a serious, shared introspection. It is also a playful interaction. It usually involves a full range of emotions that includes a sharing of ideas and a mutual exchange, which almost always involves a lively conversation. There seems to be one common theme, namely that each person is seeking to find a sense of truth and well-being.
(510) 342-3106
Oakland, California 94610
Dawn Rebecca DelMonte, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Oakland
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MPH, MA, MFT
“People come to therapy for all kinds of reasons. When their experiences in life seem too intense or wrong, or when they are very worried and at a loss as how to find a way forward in this isolating, fast-paced competitive world, it's time to reach out and get some assistance. In a caring way, I help people get in touch with their inner strength and wisdom, more clearly see their own value, and make the kind of progress they want to make in their lives. This could be in any sphere - personal, spiritual, work, school, creative, relationship, or parenting.
(510) 344-5001
Oakland, California 94610
Loduskia Dusky Pierce, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Oakland
“Whatever challenge or emotional pain has you considering therapy, our sessions will be tailored to your unique needs. Mind/body approaches such as EMDR and Emotional Freedom Technique are scientifically proven methods that can help resolve trauma or deep emotional wounds. If you struggle with depression, anxiety, or low self esteem, we might explore your judgmental self-talk or consider your limiting beliefs. If you are feeling troubled or stuck in a personal relationship or at work, we could look at ways to communicate that increase understanding and reduce conflict.
(510) 470-5947
Oakland, California 94609
Andreea Simon, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Oakland
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT
“Choosing a therapist and beginning therapy isn't easy. The first step is recognizing the feeling that you don't want to be alone in working on your challenges. My commitment is to help you find out whether I might be a good match as your therapist, and to be your guide in the process of getting support. I work particularly well with anyone who is negotiating difficult life cycle transitions--from challenges of beginning school, moving or dealing with loss to the strains of adolescence, marriage or divorce or the demands of aging and caring for aging parents.
(510) 746-8126
Oakland, California 94618
Natalie Jones, Counselor  in Oakland
“My focus is on providing support, guidance, and acceptance to clientele who are having troubles in their life, needing some support with work/life balance, or just looking for a fresh perspective. In addition, I am familiar with providing biopsychosocial assessments. I provide counseling and psychotherapy for individuals, couples, and families with a variety of issues. I work with adults at any stage of life.
(704) 997-2065
Oakland, California 94609
Kathy Sinsheimer, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Oakland
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MFT
“Relationships are complicated! I've helped many couples who have been interested in becoming happier and more effective in their relationship. It's not unusual to reach bumps in the road as you progress in your lives together. When we are in session, I'll talk with each of you to find out about you as individuals including your history and emotional strengths as well as challenges. As well, I'll learn what is working and what is not working for both of you in your relationship.
(510) 768-8474
Oakland, California 94611
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