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

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
JL Zbacnik, Marriage & Family Therapist  in San Francisco
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MFT
“I work compassionately and creatively with clients, to help them identify areas in their lives in which they feel stuck. Many times, clients come to therapy because they feel something in their life isn't working, or they feel a pain in which they cannot find the root of. I help clients identify the obstacles that keep them feeling stuck, and work collaboratively to help them work through these barriers. My work is client centered, and I work dynamically with each individual or couple I see.
(415) 886-1851
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
Skip John D Perkins, Marriage & Family Therapist  in San Francisco
“All people struggle, and everyone has the capacity for change/growth hidden within themselves. I'm most successful working with those who are interested in meeting this duality with hope and curiosity. By building a trusting, safe and consistent relationship, together, I believe I can help you unlock or uncover your best potential and use it to meet your own goals.
(415) 969-5074
San Francisco, California 94102
Ali Abolfazli, Psychiatric Nurse  in San Francisco
Verified by Psychology Today
Psychiatric Nurse, NP, MSN, MS
“I offer patient-centered, supportive therapy in conjunction with psychopharmacology. We collaborate on identifying your mental health needs and treatment is tailored accordingly. I treat a variety of adult conditions, with a focus on mood, anxiety and trauma issues.
(415) 419-8607
San Francisco, California 94102
Michael Francis DeVito, Marriage & Family Therapist  in San Francisco
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MFT, MPH
“I provide a safe place to learn how to cope with your emotional pain in a healthy manner, cultivate self-acceptance, and let go of counter-productive patterns that interfere with your ability to create and maintain strong interpersonal and professional relationships.
(415) 250-7490
San Francisco, California 94102
Ali Howard, Marriage & Family Therapist  in San Francisco
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA
“Beginning therapy is not easy. Examining one's difficulties requires courage and resolve. Feelings of reluctance and apprehension are common and understandable. But, therapy is a long-term investment in yourself and in your desire to live a fuller, more satisfying life. I work with clients struggling with sadness, depression, anxiety, loss, anger, grief, loneliness, and isolation. Other areas of specialty in my practice include relationship and communication issues, early childhood and adult trauma, domestic abuse, life transitions, including employment transitions, parental and sibling relationships, eating and body image concerns, and self-awareness and self-care.
(415) 894-9921
San Francisco, California 94102
Wendi Vecchiarelli, Marriage & Family Therapist  in San Francisco
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
“Welcome to my practice. I have extensive experience and training in substance use and abuse, harm reduction, the LGBTQ and Poly communities, transgender emotional health, the loss of a loved one to suicide, anxiety, bipolar disorder and working in the music industry. I work primarily with adults (ages 30+) and young adults (ages 18-30).
(415) 574-0965
San Francisco, California 94102
Katherine Moore, Marriage & Family Therapist  in San Francisco
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MS, LMFT, CAADAC
“My specialization is working with individuals that are in the process of a life transition. Change is a difficult process and going through change is life altering. I am also interested in working with clients whose lives have been impacted by a chronic illness, trauma, or loss and grief. I strongly believe that therapy can be the first step to finding inner peace.
(510) 969-6065
San Francisco, California 94102
Nina (Anin) Utigaard, Marriage & Family Therapist  in San Francisco
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, MFT, REAT
“Taking the first step to get in and talk to a therapist about concerns that are holding you back or creating challenges is not easy. But it can really make a difference. The issues or concerns you have may be preventing you from moving forward or from having fulfilling relationships, career or a satisfying life. Whether it's communication problems, anger, anxiety, or depression, you can make changes. Using verbal and non-verbal therapeutic techniques, in a safe, accepting environment, you can find new ways to face your concerns, and discover your strengths and resources to flourish and grow.
(415) 742-1932
San Francisco, California 94102
Joan Louise Collins, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in San Francisco
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I am a seasoned Individual and Couples Therapist with some areas of specialty: INFERTILITY. I work with couples and individuals struggling through this process and seeing them through to the other side. DECIDING ON ADOPTION; whether to pursue it and in a way that fits your needs. GRIEVING. This life changing experience can be a lonely journey. I have supported many individually and in groups through grief.
(415) 912-1324
San Francisco, California 94102
Kiana Keihani, Psychologist  in San Francisco
“I am a licensed psychologist with over 15 years of clinical experience. My approach to psychotherapy is referred to as psychodynamic or insight-oriented therapy. This type of therapy stresses that each person and their difficulties are unique. And that our difficulties are often rooted in factors outside of our awareness. People seek therapy for a situation that requires attention, and in my experience this generally concerns multiple and interacting problems rather than isolated symptoms.
(415) 689-9853
San Francisco, California 94102
Jennifer Fernández, Psychologist  in San Francisco
“If previous attempts at stopping substance use have failed or if you want to learn to manage your use rather than abstain, call me for a free phone consultation. I approach addiction as a biopsychosocial phenomenon and can help you understand the biological, emotional, and behavioral factors of your drug use using evidence-based interventions. My therapeutic style is compassionate and non-judgmental but I will also be direct and challenge you to deeply examine your choices. I strive to create a safe, confidential environment where you feel comfortable exploring your choices.
(415) 969-3982
San Francisco, California 94102
Jane Goldsmith, Psychologist  in San Francisco
“I have worked with many different individuals and couples experiencing a wide variety of issues during my 28 years in practice. I use an interactive, dynamic approach which focuses on uncovering the patterns which underlie areas of dissatisfaction and difficulty, and then discovering the sources of those patterns in earlier experience and working to modify them through both insight and practice. I believe that through a non-judgmental, empathic and active therapy relationship, hope and healing can occur, and I have seen this over and over. Please leave me a message on my confidential voice-mail, rather than using e-mail.
(415) 894-5912
San Francisco, California 94102
Gayle Paul, Marriage & Family Therapist  in San Francisco
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MFT, MA
“With my background in business, I'm very successful in working with business professionals. And because of my work with teens, I've been featured in an Oprah Winfrey Network show called "My Mom & Me," as well as several appearances in Teen Vogue. I also specialize in relationships, (see for example my article "He Said, S/He Said" in The Therapist) and have a lot of experience working with clients in this area.
(415) 237-2764
San Francisco, California 94102
Alexis Stricker, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in San Francisco
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, SEP
“Finding the right therapist in San Francisco can feel like a huge challenge. How do you figure out who is the best therapist for you? According to years of therapeutic outcome research, how one feels about their therapist is consistently the most important factor in determining therapeutic success. Your success is very important - to both of us - and I believe that the first session together is one of exploration and determining "fit." Therefore, I offer a free first session so you can get a better sense of me and my treatment style before making the decision to move forward together.
(415) 413-0964
San Francisco, California 94102
Stacey Shuster, Psychologist  in San Francisco
“Most people seek a therapist when they are in pain or confusion. It can be from a loss, a major life disappointment, or an impasse in communication or in moving forward with a life plan. Often I find that people come to therapy feeling stuck or trapped, with very low expectations of finding help or solace. I believe that by listening, and by offering direct, clear feedback, support and suggestions from an outside perspective, I can enable the clients I work with to view their options differently and to make important shifts in their lives.
(415) 799-7775
San Francisco, California 94102
Judith L Wyatt, Marriage & Family Therapist  in San Francisco
“I am inspired witnessing the courage with which people face their fears. I work to earn a person's trust, so that they are safe to risk vulnerability. I love to help people discover or unblock the sensing of their life direction, and the motivation to pursue it. In my many years of practice, some clients get there quickly, and others need to delve more deeply. Depression, anxiety, PTSD, addictions, bad relationship patterns, inhibitions in work or love, all change best when we bring compassion to their roots in the past.
(415) 800-2558
San Francisco, California 94102
Sarah Sherertz, Marriage & Family Therapist Intern  in San Francisco
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist Intern, MA, MFTi
“I work with individuals and couples to make lasting change and achieve goals. Sometimes this can be overt, such as letting go of a behavior that doesn't serve you or coming to terms with the past. Other times the change is more internal, such as a shift in attitude or increased vibrancy towards work, relationships, or how you see yourself. I'll meet you there and work with you to step into a richer version of yourself. Integration, understanding, and movement can be achieved when we find ourselves in alignment and supported.
(415) 429-6893
San Francisco, California 94102
John Wiskind, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in San Francisco
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, MPH
“Short term solution-focused and longer term insight-oriented therapy. I can help you acquire new coping skills and incorporate already successful coping strategies into other parts of your life, enhance communication and improve your self-esteem and an overall sense of well-being, increase motivation and solution solving abilities and decrease anxiety, depression and other bothersome emotional states. I can help you modify long standing patterns that no longer work for you and work with you and your partner to change your relationship into one that you and your partner both want.
(510) 292-9090
San Francisco, California 94102
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