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

Emily Bliss Gerber, Psychologist  in San Francisco
“Is somebody close to you making choices you're worried about? Are you facing a work or family transition? Does parenting seem complex and confusing? Do you feel alone raising your kids, caring for a parent, or living child free in a child-centered world? Everybody has ups and downs from time to time, but a sudden or longer lasting change in mood or behavior may warrant professional attention. I help children, teens and adults who have everyday struggles or formal diagnoses.
(415) 969-2022
San Francisco, California 94102
Qin Fan, Psychologist  in San Francisco
“While we all share the universal human condition, how we understand, express, and manage our emotions varies vastly based on our unique history and cultural blueprint. As a licensed clinical psychologist, I help adults, couples and adolescents address a wide range of concerns including relationships, depression and anxiety, school or work, parenting, loss and grief, and acculturation. I also have a specialty in reproductive mental health, assisting individuals and couples facing challenges related to fertility and assisted reproductive technologies. I am fluent in Chinese and French for those who need monolingual or bilingual sessions.
(415) 524-0386
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
Gina Poelke, Psychologist  in San Francisco
“My specialties are treatment for work/life stress, depression, anxiety/panic, life transitions, grief, and substance abuse. I offer a nonjudgmental direct approach to psychotherapy. In addition, I provide treatment for individuals diagnosed with schizophrenia and bipolar disorder.
(415) 952-6505
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
Steven Gemignani, Psychologist  in San Francisco
“I am a therapist and coach who helps people seeking relief from psychological challenges and those seeking to gain insight and live better, fuller lives. Sometimes, people want to change troublesome life patterns. In other cases, they seek to focus on specific areas such as anxiety, depression, stress, substances, anger, self-esteem, relationships, grief, aging or sexuality. Left untreated, these issues may "take over" and reduce our ability to enjoy life. I also specialize in working with people with ADD/ADHD as well as people with health and wellness concerns (adjusting to/managing an illness or pain, or improving health).
(415) 630-2918
San Francisco, California 94102
Dr. Cheryl Parker, Psychologist  in San Francisco
“Are you struggling with depression, anxiety, or a lack of meaning and sense of direction? Are there things about yourself, or that you have experienced, that you want to better understand and accept? If you seek greater self-awareness, and are ready to commit yourself to a process that results in lasting change, then depth psychotherapy -- integrating body, mind, and spirit -- is right for you. My therapeutic development in the East-West Psychology and Clinical Psychology Doctoral Programs at the California Institute of Integral Studies and the Jung Institute of San Francisco supports an integrative, psychodynamic approach to your concerns .
(415) 812-4156
San Francisco, California 94102
Betsy Kassoff, Psychologist  in San Francisco
“If you are reading this, you have gotten my name from a person or a search. You want to know why to call me. Some reasons why include: I am direct, perceptive, and can tell you quickly whether and how I plan to help you. I have special experience with couples, GLBTQ clients, parents, people with mood disorders, therapist clients, and psychoanalysis. I have been a teacher and supervisor as well as a therapist for thirty years, which helps me have language and a plan for what we do. Call me if you think we might be a match.
(650) 453-8926
San Francisco, California 94102
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
Elijah Nella, Marriage & Family Therapist  in San Francisco
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT
“People that work with me tell me I create comfort, warmth, and safety right away. I'm non-judgmental and I also ask questions that make you think. I'm curious to learn how you want your life to be different and what you need to get there. I collaboratively draw upon your strengths, values, and competencies to navigate the way. I want to supply you with the tools, strategies, and perspectives that align you towards more fulfillment, freedom, purpose, and joy.
(415) 418-7594
San Francisco, California 94102
Anna M Randall  in San Francisco
“I'm here to help build fulfilling and lifelong sexual/intimate satisfaction, whether you are partnered or single, straight, gay, bi, monogamous, kinky, asexual, or even attracted to elephants that wear pink tutus! You CAN "keep it real," restore trust and achieve forgiveness. It IS possible to discover, rekindle and deepen love and connection, improve communication about sex (a common desire) and FIND PLEASURE. The Bay Area is a worldly place; some come excited by it's progressive sexual energy and others have limited sex education or experiences, making sexuality confusing, challenging to talk about, or perhaps their worst nightmare.
(650) 458-7120
San Francisco, California 94102
R Keith Schroeder, Marriage & Family Therapist  in San Francisco
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT, CADC-ll
“I am a trained psychotherapist who specializes in depth psychology. However, I meet the client wherever they are at. I am especially skilled at working with addictions, either active or in recovery from. I have worked in the field of addiction for 20 years. My passion is to help people recover from their addictions and when appropriate delve into a deeper understanding of their internal world to strengthen their sobriety.
(415) 789-3307
San Francisco, California 94102
Smadar Salzman, Marriage & Family Therapist  in San Francisco
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, MFT
“I specialize in the treatment and resolution of Complex PTSD, interpersonal trauma, and developmental trauma. Types of interpersonal trauma can include childhood neglect or abuse, domestic violence, sexual abuse and assault, immigration trauma, traumatic loss, person on person crimes such as a robbery or a physical assault, and vicarious trauma (compassion fatigue). Interpersonal trauma can significantly influence one's ability to manage emotions, to self-soothe, and to connect with others in a secure way.
(415) 702-0360
San Francisco, California 94102
Bart Magee,   in San Francisco
“Therapy doesn't have to be a mysterious and confusing process. I believe that it should be linked directly to one's personal goals and desire for change. I'll work with you to enhance your self-knowledge, expand your emotional awareness and thinking to provide you new ways of solving problems and enhancing well-being. My style is direct and collaborative and aims to identify patterns of thinking, feeling, acting and relating that reinforce fears and negative attitudes, thereby limiting your ability to pursue your goals. Exploring the underlying forces and dynamics driving those patterns opens up new avenues for growth and change.
(650) 603-0523
San Francisco, California 94102
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
“I work with social and emotional difficulties that manifest as stress, anxiety, depression, and low self-worth and contribute to unsatisfying relationships and experiences. In therapy, I work to create a warm and confidential space where confusing feelings can be understood and patterns that are interfering with your ability to enjoy satisfying relationships changed. Together we will look at troubling feelings and thoughts so they can be faced and worked through. I listen to what you bring in and offer my thoughts. You are encouraged to speak honestly as much as you can, so we can develop an understanding of what is troubling you.
(408) 426-8364
San Francisco, California 94102
Bay Area Center for Mood Disorders, Psychologist  in San Francisco
“Therapy helps to improve lives in a meaningful way (have better relationships with friends, family members and partners, improve our self-esteem), it's not just about managing your symptoms. We offer a warm, compassionate, and collaborative environment, and will work with you to tailor clinical interventions to fit your needs and goals.
(415) 697-3964
San Francisco, California 94102
Amanda Gale-Bando, Psychologist  in San Francisco
“If you are ready for change, Bay DBT can help! Bay DBT and Amanda Gale-Bando, Ph.D., specialize in helping if you feel stuck, unable to move forward in the way that you want, or have difficulty achieving balance and living out your goals. Dr. Bando is dedicated to helping you regulate your emotions, develop and fine-tune your wisdom, and build a life worth living. Utilizing evidence-based practices rooted in the most current scientific research, Dr. Bando may help you to better understand your true values and how to break through obstacles in moving toward your goals.
(415) 779-7151
San Francisco, California 94102
Robyn L Stukalin, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in San Francisco
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MS, LCSW
“I view psychotherapy as a joint venture in which we work collaboratively to reach your goals. My style is direct, transparent and positive. I am warm, interactive and nonjudgemental. I create the safety needed within our relationship to allow us to explore the issues that underlie depression, anxiety, loneliness, lack of fulfillment and other concerns. As a therapist I follow your lead. With over two decades of experience I work diligently to understand each client, employing elements of psychoanalytic, harm reduction and cognitive behavioral theories to create an approach that best suits the unique individual with whom I am working.
(415) 360-2471
San Francisco, California 94102
Heinz Lachmann, Marriage & Family Therapist  in San Francisco
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, MFT
“My therapy approach is grounded in an existential-humanistic perspective, focusing on personal growth, discovering your unique identity, finding contentment, joy and fulfillment. I believe in our self-healing capacities, our innate drive towards health and wholeness. Unfortunately we can get stuck in this process, unable to adjust to difficulties, adhering to old ways that no longer work. By listening to your inner voice, you will become aware of your ability to create meaning and to regain control of your life. Exploring your inner life, your hopes, aspirations, fears and goals you will discover, accept and enjoy who you are.
(415) 524-0435
San Francisco, California 94102
Ifeyinwa A Nzerem, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in San Francisco
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, MSW
“I specialize in Eating Disorders (primarily with Binge Eating Disorder and Obesity) to a culturally diverse population. I am actively involved with the Association of Professionals Treating Eating Disorders (APTED) in San Francisco , California . I provide treatment for health & wellness lifestyle issues, family vs. blended family crises, anxiety & depression, substance abuse/dependencies, employment challenges and loss & bereavement. I also provide community referrals and resources that will assist and support client's daily challenges and obstacles. I enjoy working with others and I am experience in treating families from all ethnic backgrounds with disadvantage, traumatic, and abusive histories.
(415) 767-0743
San Francisco, California 94102
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