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Therapists in San Francisco, CA 94102
Civic Center, Fillmore, Hayes Valley, North of Market (NoMa), Tenderloin and Union Square

The Harm Reduction Therapy Center, Psychologist  in San Francisco
“I am the Director of a specialty treatment center for clients struggling with alcohol, drug, and emotional issues. We use a non-coercive approach, Harm Reduction Psychotherapy, that helps clients understand their drug use and make choices about change they may want to make. goals can include abstinence, controlled use, or no change at all in substance use, but a focus on emotional difficulties. Each client's treatment program is individually designed and includes individual therapy with additional choices of group, couples, family, and medications. We offer opiate replacement therapy as part of an overall treatment.
(415) 574-0966
San Francisco, California 94102
Alex Silberstein, Marriage & Family Therapist  in San Francisco
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MFT
“I specialize in helping adults overcome anxiety and depression. As a Certified EMDR Therapist, I focus on helping clients recover from the effects of trauma. I also enjoy working with couples to develop effective communication skills and reduce destructive conflict. I strive to provide clients with a warm, secure environment in which they feel safe to open up and explore painful experiences from the past that need healing. My approach combines the perspective of long-term psychodynamic psychotherapy with more practical cognitive-behavioral methods, as well as using the latest research from neuroscience about how our minds develop and change.
(415) 646-0421
San Francisco, California 94102
Annette Pinto, Marriage & Family Therapist  in San Francisco
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, MFT
“I have helped many people improve coping skills and interpersonal relationships. I'm focused on your needs and committed to having you better prepared to handle your current issues each time you leave my office. I am interactive and enjoy having an open dialog to help you find lasting solutions. We will explore any underlying unconscious issues from your past that may be contributing to your current life. Illuminating why you may be drawn to act in a negative way (even though you don't want to) often can help you to make better choices and feel better about life.
(650) 262-3103
San Francisco, California 94102
Peggy Feld, Psychologist  in San Francisco
“Therapy is self-care. Whether you wish to attend to long-standing issues or deal with unexpected life events, you have the opportunity in therapy to learn how to reassert control over your heart, mind and body; to treat yourself with love and respect; and to add meaning and depth to relationships. My style is very open, warm, and flexible. I will collaborate with you to meet your individual needs and provide the space for you to explore your thoughts and feelings.
(415) 800-1599
San Francisco, California 94102
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
Jay Reid  in San Francisco
“My approach to treatment can help people who feel like their lives just "don't work" right now. You may feel this way due to clearcut psychological symptoms - such as anxiety or depression - or due to more general complaints such as: persistent feelings of emptiness despite appearing 'normal' or 'having it all' from the outside, feeling like one is living through the eyes of others instead of one's own point of view, feelings of inadequacy when comparing oneself to friends or colleagues, and difficulty feeling close to others.
(503) 406-1403
San Francisco, California 94102
Ann Tran, Psychologist  in San Francisco
“With an empathic stance and humor, I collaborate with clients to alleviate difficulties that may arise in the workplace or interpersonal relationships. I have expertise in helping clients who have struggled with anxiety, depression, grief, stress management, and adjustment to transitions.
(415) 763-5081
San Francisco, California 94102
Seth Ambrose, Marriage & Family Therapist Intern  in San Francisco
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist Intern, MA, MFTI
“My goal as a therapist is to serve as a compassionate witness, creating a safe space for clients to explore their whole selves - body, mind, and spirit. Together, we can map the territory of your lived experience and find the road that leads to a place of knowing, confidence, and satisfaction. I welcome the whole you. The places of lightness and the places of darkness. I welcome your multitude of backgrounds and experiences. I welcome the parts that follow the rules, as well as the rebel parts that march to a different beat. Come just as you are - to discover who you can become.
(415) 419-8633
San Francisco, California 94102
Theo Reynolds,   in San Francisco
“I specialize in helping diverse couples and individuals deepen their relationships and I guide people working with issues of sexuality, depression, trauma, anxiety, addiction, shame, loss and cultural disconnections. Using advanced psychotherapy techniques, I can help people who need support with a wide array of problems. Couples and individuals have great success in finding more contentment in their lives by experiencing ways together to alleviate their suffering. Feelings of loneliness, anxiety, anger, sadness, fear and confusion will diminish through therapy and more feelings of lightness, joy, peace of mind, stability and self-love will grow.
(415) 798-9972
San Francisco, California 94102
Brooke Armstrong, Marriage & Family Therapist  in San Francisco
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, PhD, LMFT
“Therapy is a way of getting unstuck and moving forward in life. With a dynamic and collaborative approach, I help individuals and couples achieve a variety of goals, including better communication, intimacy, health, career, productivity or just feeling more optimistic. Together we explore how your life works and what you need to be happy, and then we find ways to remove obstacles so that you can thrive.
(415) 524-0340
San Francisco, California 94102
Elizabeth A. Bradshaw, Psychologist  in San Francisco
“I provide psychoanalytic psychotherapy for children, adolescents, and adults. My style is down-to-earth, direct, and, personal. This type of therapy aims to change both our outward struggles and behavior that can seem baffling and distressing while understanding the issues that underlie them. These deeper forces - hidden from view and rooted in our past and early relationships - can result in the greatest difficulty, and cause us to feel stuck, confused, empty, or out of control. Having the involvement and perspective of another person can help alleviate pain, shift old patterns, recover from difficulties, and lead to lasting change.
(415) 683-0418
San Francisco, California 94102
Frederique Georges, Marriage & Family Therapist  in San Francisco
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MFT, SEP, CMT
“As an MFT and a Somatic Experiencing Practitioner, I work with a unique blend of traditional psychotherapy and a felt sense approach. I use several modalities (psychodynamics/ early attachment theories/ experiential/ transpersonal) with body awareness. My specialty is in the renegotiation and the resolution of overwhelming traumatic experience that happened "too fast, too much, too soon" causing debilitating anxiety, depression, stress and loss. With SE, I guide my clients into self-regulating the emotions that have become unmanageable and the nervous system that has been shocked. I also specialize in early attachment deficits and how they manifest in adult life.
(415) 463-4317
San Francisco, California 94102
Christopher Corey, Marriage & Family Therapist Intern  in San Francisco
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist Intern, MFTI
“My approach is a flexible, organic experience of healing for many emotional concerns, particularly anxiety, sadness, grief, fear, anger, loneliness, confusion, sexual and creative blockages. We can bring the hidden into light. That which has caused you to distort your inner strength can be brought to the foreground and choices can be made. I embrace all gender expressions and sexual orientations. I have experience supporting a variety of relationship configurations and lifestyles, and can assist in navigating issues that can surface in these choices, such as boredom, jealousy, intimacy blockages, differing needs and desires, sexual and emotional satisfaction.
(415) 697-3313
San Francisco, California 94102
Cynthia Hoffman, Marriage & Family Therapist  in San Francisco
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, MFT
“Are you tired of having the same argument with your partner? Do you want to connect more deeply with them? I work from a belief that personal history informs peoples' current issues and that discovering those connections cultivates insight and produces change. I use cognitive-behavioral interventions in helping clients to understand and change their negative beliefs. I am well versed in DBT and help clients to recognize and regulate their emotional and cognitive responses. In many instances, I use harm reduction when working with substance users. www.cynthiahoffmanmft.com
(650) 741-3272
San Francisco, California 94102
Kelsey Parker, Marriage & Family Therapist Intern  in San Francisco
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist Intern, MA, MFTI
“We ask for help when we can't do it alone anymore; when our relationships are not working; when we are tired of our own patterns. People who consult with me find that I am genuine and knowledgeable, with a unique, human approach. Using a mix of methods and styles, I always begin with you and your particular set of circumstances and goals as the genesis of our work together. I believe that a supportive relationship is key. It's my aim to create a safe and empathic environment for you to express feelings, recognize obstacles, and identify your desires.
(415) 237-0351
San Francisco, California 94102
Meredith Exelrod, Marriage & Family Therapist  in San Francisco
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, MFT
“Research has shown the connection between therapist and client is the most important indicator of whether a therapy will be successful. As you are on the search for the right therapist for you, I encourage you to keep this in mind. As a therapist, I like to work collaboratively with my clients to support and strengthen what is already working and bring insight to areas that need more attention. With compassion and kindness my aim is to help my clients gain concrete skills to foster greater well being and develop life long coping strategies to better manage difficult feelings.
(415) 528-5195
San Francisco, California 94102
Jordan K. Wolfe, Marriage & Family Therapist Intern  in San Francisco
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist Intern, MA
“I guide and support people into healing through a range of difficult and painful (yet ultimately workable) human experiences: Family or romantic relationships that feel conflicted, flat, or empty; feeling stuck in life or somehow blocked from moving forward; loneliness and alienation; despair and hopelessness; self-sabotage; addictive or entrenched patterns of behavior and thought; explosive or inhibited anger; depression; anxiety; lack of self-confidence; and guilt. I also see people who lack direction, aliveness, and clarity, or who long for--yet struggle to create and embody--a healthy, balanced lifestyle full of passion, contentment, connection, creativity and depth.
(415) 390-2345
San Francisco, California 94102
Pamela Grant, Marriage & Family Therapist  in San Francisco
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MEd
“Life going well? Like it to go better? Personal growth for those who would like to be on that path to be the best that they can be. What is working and how can you enhance that? Using a variety of motivational interviewing, CBT, mindfulness, gestalt, REBT and play therapy techniques, my goal with each client is to facilitate creating a meaningful life. Whether it is to be a better friend, mother, son, I help people connect more deeply with themselves in order to improve their ability to be in relationship with others. Creative block? Uninspired? Fighting with drugs and alcohol, food, boredom, busy-ness?
(415) 729-3472
San Francisco, California 94102
Susan E Boxer, Psychologist  in San Francisco
“If you've come to a crisis point in your life, it can make such a difference to talk with someone who can help you not only with your immediate concern, but with understanding what it can tell you about yourself. I have an exploratory approach -- listening for what you say but haven't yet heard and speaking up for what you allude to but haven't yet articulated. This process requires privacy, safety, curiosity, and attention.
(415) 241-9211
San Francisco, California 94102
Michelle Horton, Marriage & Family Therapist Intern  in San Francisco
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist Intern, MA, MFTI
“I provide supportive and compassionate therapy to adults, young adults, adolescents, couples and families. A few of my areas of focus include working with entrepreneurs, founders and those in the start-up and technology industries of the Bay Area, life transitions such as moving, changing jobs, marriage, beginning parenthood, leaving a relationship, and couple and family support. I can help individuals that may be struggling with depression, anxiety, stress management, cross-cultural issues or self-esteem. As an ally I support the LGBT community and their loved ones. My approach is genuine, warm, supportive and collaborative.
(415) 423-3938
San Francisco, California 94102
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