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Therapists in Financial District - San Francisco, CA 94104

Erika Shershun  in San Francisco
“I am dedicated to supporting your movement from psychological and physical patterns that may no longer serve you, toward embodying a fuller more creative self expression and satisfying life. These patterns and blocks were often formed in service of your unique coping and survival needs early in life, or as the result of trauma and/or oppression that may have occurred at any point along the way. Together we can begin to reclaim that which has been lost or forgotten, to reconnect to your inner wisdom and knowing, and to strengthen your ability to create the life you envision.
(415) 801-0456
San Francisco, California 94104
Lourens Crous - Anxiety/Stress Specialist, Psychologist  in San Francisco
“Specializing in helping people who seek relief from the following conditions: Anxiety, Panic attacks, Chronic worry, Fears, Stress and related health conditions, Trauma and PTSD, Adjustment to difficult life events, Excessive Shame and Guilt. My treatment approach is collaborative and solution focused. I use empirically supported treatment modalities including: Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR), and Mindfulness training.
(415) 890-3911
San Francisco, California 94104
Blair Wellington, Marriage & Family Therapist  in San Francisco
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, MFT
“I know you want to feel better, and we can take some immediate, helpful steps to help you get back on track. But I get it, going to therapy can be difficult. It is also one of the best steps you can take, to make a life change and move toward a healthier place. As a licensed therapist, I am here to help you manage your fears and anxiety, and reclaim your life. I work from a cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) perspective - which means I'm collaborative and solution-focused.
(415) 517-7051
San Francisco, California 94104
The Full Story Therapy, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in San Francisco
“Anxiety does not have to overshadow your life! If you are struggling with constant fears and worries that impact your vitality and relationships, it can be hard to feel joy and fulfillment. Anxiety is an energy that can be overwhelming, but when we work together in therapy you can learn to balance it and move toward your preferred life. I offer strength focused counseling and therapy and will love to support you.on your path. Let's talk and plan how life can get much better for you!
(415) 649-6552
San Francisco, California 94104
Jerome Braun, Marriage & Family Therapist  in San Francisco
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT
“Depth Psychotherapy helps you to create a safe space to focus on the invisible-yet-real forces underlying your actions, thoughts and feelings. Through Depth Psychotherapy, troublesome patterns and dilemmas are not just dealt with to "fix it" but can be held as allies that teach and guide you to deeper levels of consciousness and integration of parts of yourself. Tapping those underlying forces can release new found creativity and meaning. Depth Psychotherapy can include your meditation practice, dream work, intuition, our greater ecology, the imagination, and the mystical, moving you toward wholeness.
(415) 799-8904
San Francisco, California 94104
J Michael Priddy, Psychologist  in San Francisco
“With 20+ years of experience,, I have come to believe that what is most essential in therapy is the therapist-client connection. The first step is to establish a positive, mutually respectful working relationship. I work best within an open, consultative framework. I also maintain a part-time practice in Los Altos on Tuesdays and Thursdays. I currently supervise a psychological assistant who is available to see clients on a reduced fee basis, and also offer, in conjunction with a colleague, a five-week "fast-track" couples intensive program. Call or email for more information.
(650) 741-3462
San Francisco, California 94104
Ali Psiuk, Marriage & Family Therapist Intern  in San Francisco
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist Intern, MA, MFTI
“We all have an inner drive to achieve health and wellness but sometimes need outside support to achieve these goals. Psychotherapy can help with this process. I have a background in somatic psychotherapy, which uses the body as the primary means of inquiry. Incorporating modalities such as EMDR and trauma-informed yoga therapy, we will use breath, posture and movement to discover your inner wisdom and allow different aspects of yourself to connect. My hope is that our collaboration will help you find ways to meet your needs and live a life with a greater sense of buoyancy and authenticity.
(415) 873-8303
San Francisco, California 94104
James O'Dowd, Psychologist  in San Francisco
“We all get stuck at some point in our lives. Sometimes we compensate by reverting to older, familiar patterns of coping, that may have been effective in the past, but don't quite address the complexity of the problems you face today.
(415) 237-2119
San Francisco, California 94104
Alapaki Yee, Marriage & Family Therapist  in San Francisco
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, MFT
“There are many great scenes in 'The Devil Wears Prada' where the boss-from-hell doesn't know her assistant's name, never says hello or acknowledges her. While this is an entertainment film, exaggerated for comedic value, poor relationship interactions like this happen every day in the workplace. Maybe you find yourself regularly thinking: "I don't like my boss", "My difficult co-workers stress me out", "My co-workers don't like me", or "I don't get along with people at work" (to name a few).
(415) 969-7089
San Francisco, California 94104
Cate Corcoran, Psychologist  in San Francisco
“As a fully licensed Psy.D. Clinical Psychologist, I bring years of experience to the private practice of psychotherapy. Together with you, I help discover patterns, assumptions, conflicts, and internal limitations that are holding you back from a greater sense of happiness, confidence, connection, self-understanding and future direction. My approach is tailored to your specific needs, and I treat root causes, not just symptoms.
(415) 237-4366
San Francisco, California 94104
Raymond Robert Eskuchen Jr, Psychiatrist  in San Francisco
“Are you wanting to lift the lid on the box that people seem to shove you into daily? Do you struggle with sadness, anxiety, confusion, or finding connection in your life? Do you find it difficult to truly experience presence and authenticity with others? Is it hard to bear where you are now and to figure out where you want to go? I bet you even may want to feel better! Sometimes it takes a professional to facilitate your own self-discovery and to clarify how to make the best of the life you have.
(415) 726-2760
San Francisco, California 94104
Veronika Gold, Marriage & Family Therapist  in San Francisco
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, MFT
“Are you tired of struggling in your relationship? Are you stuck in an unfulfilling career? Are you feeling anxious or depressed? I will work with you towards resolving your issues quickly, and help you find deeper connection in your relationships, more fulfillment in your work, and improvement in your emotional health. I have over 10 years of International experience working in mental health field, and have successfully helped my clients heal from painful experiences, increase self confidence, find more peace, joy, and overall satisfaction in their relationships, careers, and everyday life. My style is engaging, interactive, supportive, and non-judgmental.
(415) 255-2553
San Francisco, California 94104
Kate T Donohue, Psychologist  in San Francisco
“My passion for the arts, culture, psychology and social issues guided my professional growth. In my thirty years in private practice as a licensed psychologist and registered expressive arts therapist, I offer therapy sessions, which weave together expressive Arts Therapy and Jungian Psychology to individuals, adolescents and couples.
(415) 695-1464
San Francisco, California 94104
Monica D Bradley, Marriage & Family Therapist  in San Francisco
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MFT
“My practice is currently full & I'm unable to take new clients at this time. I help clients make changes by recognizing patterns of thinking, feeling and behaving that are no longer effective. Together we explore concerns or problems from an analytical angle to identify and clarify the various elements and dimensions of the situation. Meanwhile, we gradually access the emotional and psychological threads weaving through the situation. We do this in a regulated and mindful way to allow access to deeper psychological material without loss of the capacity to think clearly, make rational choices, and feel in control.
(415) 423-2544
San Francisco, California 94104
Tom Rhodes, Marriage & Family Therapist  in San Francisco
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MFT
“My approach to psychotherapy can be described simply as 'All of you is welcome here'. The healing that comes from accepting all of those parts we criticize is, paradoxically, how deep and lasting change happens. This is something that is rarely given to us in relationship, the gift of freedom to fully be yourself, and the satisfaction that comes from that. It seems we are often asked to play roles and compromise ourselves, and our authenticity and 'spark' can get compromised right along with that. This can manifest as symptoms and present problems that bring you to seek therapy.
(415) 630-2769
San Francisco, California 94104
Beth Gadomski, Psychologist  in San Francisco
“Working at Stanford University and the University of California, Berkeley, helped me to develop these three recommendations for finding a therapist: 1) Find the "best fit" by meeting with (or calling) two or three therapists. Research suggests that the relationship you develop with your therapist determines therapy outcomes/benefits. Trust your judgement; pick a therapist that you like. 2) When contacting therapists, ask what experience they have working with your particular concerns. If their response does not increase your comfort, find another therapist. 3) Consider your preferred therapist demographics, such as age, ethnic-racial identity, and gender.
(415) 373-6080
San Francisco, California 94104
Tess Brigham, Marriage & Family Therapist  in San Francisco
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
“Can't decide between a therapist or coach? Why not have both. I'm a therapist that incorporates coaching techniques into my work. This hybrid of therapy and coaching allows you to better understand why you do what you do and simultaneously develop the motivation and skills you need to create permanent change.
(510) 606-9956
San Francisco, California 94104
Kevin Orzech, Psychologist  in San Francisco
“Psychotherapy is about change. My work is grounded in the belief that we have innate resources for happiness and ease that become concealed or underdeveloped. It is my role to help us understand your unique needs, history and challenges to help you realign with your strengths and wisdom; while uncovering what may be blocking these resources. Because this work is often challenging though satisfying, I tend to holding a safe and validating space to explore your issues.
(510) 606-8993
San Francisco, California 94104
Diana Naranjo, Psychologist  in San Francisco
“I am a clinical health psychologist with advanced training at Children's Hospital Boston/Harvard Medical School and UCSF in a range of evidence-based treatments to alleviate distress and increase quality of life across the lifespan. I work in a warm collaborative way with adults, adolescents, and children on issues ranging from general mental health concerns like anxiety, depression, eating disorders, and ADHD, to medical issues. I use Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, combining elements from Solution Focused Therapy, Relaxation Therapy, and Dialectical Behavioral Therapy depending on particular client needs.
(415) 889-2831
San Francisco, California 94104
Gina Hassan, Psychologist  in San Francisco
“As a psychotherapist with 25+ years of experience I offer clients compassionate informed assistance in identifying obstacles to happiness and emotional well-being. Using an eclectic approach of exploration, support, self-observation and education we can work together towards growth and change. While some may view therapy as a luxury or a last-resort intervention, choosing to engage in therapy is a proactive strategy to address obstacles to optimal functioning and well-being. Different than relying on a friend, a therapist is a professional who can guide you in the investigation of these obstacles with an effective evidence based approach.
(510) 817-0439
San Francisco, California 94104
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