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Therapists in Inner Richmond - San Francisco, CA 94118

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Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, MFT, ATR-BC
“Are you or your child needing support in dealing with the loss of a loved one through illness, accident, unexpected / sudden traumatic loss or divorce? Are you seeking consultation regarding the ways that you can provide emotional support and education to your child or teen during these challenging times? Have you been struggling with depression, anxiety, relationship issues, childhood trauma / abuse or post-traumatic stress disorder? Are you wanting to understand and change the ways in which you might be self- sabotaging, self-critical or feeling out of control with a particular addictive or self-destructive behavior or pattern?
(415) 877-1964
San Francisco, California 94118
“I specialize in working with couples and families experiencing conflict and disconnection. I practice Emotionally Focused Therapy, a proven treatment for couple and family issues. I also specialize in helping people who have experienced trauma and loss.
(415) 813-6633
San Francisco, California 94118
Laura Cabanski Dunning, Psychologist  in San Francisco
“Are you anxious? Troubled? Stuck? I know how difficult it is to enjoy life when you feel trapped by stressful thoughts, feelings, circumstances, relationships. I work creatively with you as you work through difficulties and find new energy and inspiration in your life. We will work together to decrease your current distress as quickly as possible, while helping you to gain deeper insight and move forward positively in your life. I'll tailor my therapeutic approach to meet your specific needs, utilizing a variety of strategies such as hypnotherapy, EMDR, stress management, relaxation, mindfulness training, CBT, brief solution-focused therapy.
(415) 858-6264
San Francisco, California 94118
Megan Parker, Psychologist  in San Francisco
“Is your child frustrated with his or her anxiety? Has parenting become very challenging and difficult? Is your child experiencing difficulties at school or with peers? Is your family experiencing a transition? Are you a mother looking for your own individual support? I provide early childhood, adolescent, and family therapy and parent consultation for child behavior management. I also provide individual sessions for women looking for therapeutic support.
(415) 347-8868
San Francisco, California 94118
Eric Glassgold, MD, Psychiatrist  in San Francisco
“Thank you for visiting my profile page. It is currently under construction. As my practice is full, I am not accepting new patients at this time. If you wish to consider working together in the future, please check back in the future, or visit my website: ericglassgoldmd.com
(415) 483-4327
San Francisco, California 94118
Jennifer Feeley, Marriage & Family Therapist  in San Francisco
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Marriage & Family Therapist, MFT
“If you are in conflict and emotional pain, please feel free to call me. I work with individuals and couples suffering from relationship problems, anxiety, loneliness, grief, and fragile self-esteem; also those who grew up in chaotic or abusive environments and struggle with addictions (their own or a family member's). With additional graduate degrees in Humanities and Museum Studies, and with a background in theater, teaching, and the visual arts, I specialize in blocked creativity and depression, job stress, and difficult life transitions at any age.
(415) 787-3972
San Francisco, California 94118
Ido Cohen  in San Francisco
“We all have an idea of the life we want, joyful, meaningful, fulfilling and with healthy and loving relationships. Trying to create this life can be challenging. Fears, anxiety, depression, traumas, low self esteem and self criticizing and problems in relationships are signs that a change is needed. The feeling of being deeply known by someone is powerful and fundamental for creating change,and I believe that therapy should be a place where you feel safe to share your story, without worry or fear.
(650) 332-9631
San Francisco, California 94118
Winston J. Hendzel, Marriage & Family Therapist  in San Francisco
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Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, MFT
“I believe that psychotherapy is an interpersonal journey of discovery of new perspectives and new ideas on the issues that concern to the client(s). The therapist lends his or her knowledge of psychotherapeutic techniques, desire to help, ability to empathize, and his or her ideas from past and present experience The client brings curiosity about himself or herself, expertise on his or her own experience, and a desire/need to change.
(415) 873-8045
San Francisco, California 94118
Robin Eve Greenberg MFT, Marriage & Family Therapist  in San Francisco
“I feel honored to provide an environment where the inner life can emerge. People seek therapy at a vulnerable time in their lives. I offer a warmly related environment where suffering can be approached gently, and new possibilities can emerge.
(415) 830-9404
San Francisco, California 94118
Adrienne Elizabeth Amundsen, Psychologist  in San Francisco
“Because everyone comes with their own needs, goals, and styles, I am flexible in my approach. I can be practical and problem-focused, but much of my work is deeper, and deals with emotional patterns developed early in life, I work a lot with trauma and loss. Attending to the therapy relationship is also important for learning about relationship patterns and trust. I bring my love of creativity to my work as well. Working with dreams and imagery, I find, can bring surprising insight. When therapy really takes off, I find that clients often discover their own creativity and a sense of life purpose.
(415) 423-2642
San Francisco, California 94118
Dora Grisetti-Kohan, Licensed Psychoanalyst  in San Francisco
“My ideal Client is sensitive and insightful; young adult or mature middle age; man or woman who wants to explore self- knowledge and self-changing. The Client's issues I am best suited to treating are anxiety symptoms, sleep disturbances, social anxiety, anticipatory anxiety, etc; life crisis, loss of a significant other, health problems; loss of job-career changes, professional orientation- crisis; family of origin conflicts; personality-interpersonal conflicts.
(510) 746-8652
San Francisco, California 94118
Alison L Saylor, Marriage & Family Therapist  in San Francisco
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Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, MFT
“Do you find that you and your partner have fierce fights over seemingly trivial matters? Do you argue over the same thing repeatedly without progress? Do you find that one of you is often chasing after the other for connection and commitment while the other pulls away? Have you been stuck in patterns of self-sabotage? Having trouble keeping yourself out of relationships and situations that are unhealthy or even dangerous? There is hope. I provide short-term, intensive couples therapy, individual therapy and hypnotherapy that has helped hundreds overcome these patterns to find true connection and happiness.
(415) 799-4153
San Francisco, California 94118
Amanda Young, Psychologist  in San Francisco
“I am passionately committed to exploring and empowering one's path to wellness of mind, body, and spirit. You can count on me to have an honest, active, unconditionally compassionate approach utilizing a blend of evidence-based practices. Together, we focus on personal growth and actualizing the inherent strengths all human beings embody.
(650) 600-3359
San Francisco, California 94118
Maureen Mccracken, Marriage & Family Therapist  in San Francisco
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Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT
“Are you feeling stuck? Perhaps you're in the middle of one of life's "necessary changes," or struggling with starting on your path in the world, regarding purpose,meaning, and making a living. Perhaps you're trying to "reboot" after a loss, illness, or other life-changing experience, or trying to adjust and move forward in the midst of mid-life transition. As your therapist, I will meet you where you are at, and team up with you to create a life in which you find meaning, joy, and fulfillment.
(415) 683-3077
San Francisco, California 94118
Devona Snook, Marriage & Family Therapist  in San Francisco
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Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, MFT
“It is possible to create a fulfilling and nourishing life. Therapy helps transform limiting patterns that keep us stuck and unable to move forward with the life we want to lead. With a compassionate and collaborative approach, I help my clients reconnect with themselves, deepen relationships with loved ones, and feel more in step with their true nature. My holistic therapy approach blends traditional and body-mind psychotherapy, which encourages deep and lasting change. I support my clients in uncovering obstacles and connecting with inner guidance that can carve a new path, one which fosters wellbeing and engagement with life.
(415) 347-8817
San Francisco, California 94118
Megan E McCarthy, Psychologist  in San Francisco
“In times of transition and stress, or when frustrating patterns or worries persist without an obvious cause, therapy can provide relief and bring about change. My initial focus is to create a welcoming space where you feel comfortable talking about what's on your mind--therapy works best when therapist and client trust, respect, and like each other. Together we'll try to understand your situation better and discover how you want to resolve it.
(415) 504-1614
San Francisco, California 94118
Valerie Abitbol, Marriage & Family Therapist Intern  in San Francisco
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Marriage & Family Therapist Intern, MA, MFTi
“I'm no stranger to life's experiences, the ups and the downs. Because I have learned that life includes not only the mind but also the body and the spirit, I take a holistic approach to therapy that focuses on those three elements. To help you alleviate your symptoms and get to the root cause of your concerns, I offer a variety of tools ranging from somatic awareness and mindfulness-based techniques such as Hakomi, to psychosynthesis, creative expression and cognitive-behavioral therapy.
(415) 639-9271
San Francisco, California 94118
Maureen Cook, Psychologist  in San Francisco
“I treat individuals and couples. I work in a relational and supportive manner, and in an environment that promotes healing. Anxiety, depression, self-esteem problems, relational issues, substance abuse, grief, and spiritual inquiry are some of the reasons people come to my office. I am skilled in helping them heal and resolve issues. Equally important, however, is the discovery of one's unique and unknown self. As a result, my patients most often conclude therapy with old patterns transformed into new and more effective ones. Although psychotherapy is difficult, it can change your life in surprising and wonderful ways.
(415) 574-0945
San Francisco, California 94118
Toni Brooks, Marriage & Family Therapist  in San Francisco
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Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, MFT
“I have been practicing psychotherapy for thirty five years. I am an active therapist, committed to staying deeply engaged in our moment-to-moment exchange. I am willing and able to go to the depths of a client's experience, allowing her/him to release tangled feelings and break open psychological knots. With guided imagery, EMDR (for trauma), and EFT, I help people access and make use of the expansive and healing capacities of the unconscious mind. I am also skilled in working pragmatically, helping people communicate better, shift habits of negative thinking, and solve troubling life concerns.
(415) 779-7843
San Francisco, California 94118
Raya Smail, Marriage & Family Therapist  in San Francisco
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Marriage & Family Therapist, MFT
“If you have made your way to this page, you are probably struggling with a "relationship problem"--either with someone else, or with yourself. This is likely causing you significant emotional pain. Your predicament may have been triggered by a recent event, such as loss or trauma, or may have lingered and festered for years. Your symptoms may vary--you may experience persistent discontent, loneliness, emptiness...; have difficulty finding or sustaining a relationship, or have a spouse who wants you to get "fixed".You may be battling addiction or a destructive behavior that is thwarting your life, but impossible to give up, despite endless attempts.
(415) 766-0949
San Francisco, California 94118
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