Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
Verified by Psychology Today
" It's hard being a kid these days. Children and teens often act out because they are distressed. Alternatively, they may turn inwards, becoming withdrawn. As a parent, you may have a sense of what the problem is. It’s okay if you’re not quite sure, though. Through therapy, we can uncover the root cause of your child’s emotional and behavioral challenges. We can work through those issues to support your youngster in positive development. And don't worry - if play isn't for you, I also specialize in more traditional approaches to therapy."
(650) 670-3641
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" It's hard being a kid these days. Children and teens often act out because they are distressed. Alternatively, they may turn inwards, becoming withdrawn. As a parent, you may have a sense of what the problem is. It’s okay if you’re not quite sure, though. Through therapy, we can uncover the root cause of your child’s emotional and behavioral challenges. We can work through those issues to support your youngster in positive development. And don't worry - if play isn't for you, I also specialize in more traditional approaches to therapy."
Andrew Ray Goldberg, Psychologist
Psychologist, Psy.D. , MA
Verified by Psychology Today
"I help people during different points of life. Sometimes clients see me at a point when there is a lot of struggle (e.g., feeling overwhelmed, intense emotions, sad, alone, addicted, just surviving, etc). At other times, clients see me when life is at ease, but want to thrive (e.g., help with decision making, enhance creativity, deepen self-awareness etc). Wherever you're at I may be able to help. If not, I might know a therapist who can. "
(650) 282-2419
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"I help people during different points of life. Sometimes clients see me at a point when there is a lot of struggle (e.g., feeling overwhelmed, intense emotions, sad, alone, addicted, just surviving, etc). At other times, clients see me when life is at ease, but want to thrive (e.g., help with decision making, enhance creativity, deepen self-awareness etc). Wherever you're at I may be able to help. If not, I might know a therapist who can. "
Azra Alic, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
Verified by Psychology Today
"Do you experience stress, worry, or panic? Does anxiety interfere with your pursuit of personal and professional goals? I can help you overcome your fears and help you live a more meaningful and fulfilling life. My goal is to provide a compassionate environment in which my clients can learn strategies to attain greater life satisfaction and well-being. I enjoy working with clients who are struggling with worry and stress, as well as specific anxiety disorders such as Obsessive Compulsive Disorder, Panic Disorder, and Social Anxiety Disorder. I also treat Body Focused Repetitive Behaviors (e.g. hair pulling, skin picking)."
(650) 665-5117
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"Do you experience stress, worry, or panic? Does anxiety interfere with your pursuit of personal and professional goals? I can help you overcome your fears and help you live a more meaningful and fulfilling life. My goal is to provide a compassionate environment in which my clients can learn strategies to attain greater life satisfaction and well-being. I enjoy working with clients who are struggling with worry and stress, as well as specific anxiety disorders such as Obsessive Compulsive Disorder, Panic Disorder, and Social Anxiety Disorder. I also treat Body Focused Repetitive Behaviors (e.g. hair pulling, skin picking)."
Jeffrey S Kline, Psychologist
Psychologist, PhD
Verified by Psychology Today
"Whether you are struggling with important people in your life, depression, anxiety, troublesome feelings or moods, life changes, losses, or the impact of traumatic events, I can help. I offer time-limited, open-ended, or intermittent psychotherapy to enhance your life experiences and ameliorate your distress. I tailor my approach according to you as an individual and your unique circumstances,particular needs, and goals in life. Feel free to contact me for a consultation about working together to enrich your overall sense of well being."
(650) 209-7674
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"Whether you are struggling with important people in your life, depression, anxiety, troublesome feelings or moods, life changes, losses, or the impact of traumatic events, I can help. I offer time-limited, open-ended, or intermittent psychotherapy to enhance your life experiences and ameliorate your distress. I tailor my approach according to you as an individual and your unique circumstances,particular needs, and goals in life. Feel free to contact me for a consultation about working together to enrich your overall sense of well being."
Rachel L. Veronneau, Marriage & Family Therapist
Marriage & Family Therapist
Verified by Psychology Today
"Good therapy involves the right match. I also provide a free 30 minute (in person) question and answer session (not counseling). This allows you to understand what your therapy process will look like. If we decide to work together, you will be involved in a very action oriented therapy. Our work will encourage you to practice your new skills during the week. I try to use approaches that you find helpful like: writing in a journal, reading books, support groups, and/or your spiritual practices, that may help while you are in therapy. New blog:therapist.and.mother@blogspot.com"
(650) 303-0074
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"Good therapy involves the right match. I also provide a free 30 minute (in person) question and answer session (not counseling). This allows you to understand what your therapy process will look like. If we decide to work together, you will be involved in a very action oriented therapy. Our work will encourage you to practice your new skills during the week. I try to use approaches that you find helpful like: writing in a journal, reading books, support groups, and/or your spiritual practices, that may help while you are in therapy. New blog:therapist.and.mother@blogspot.com"
Celeste Birkhofer, Psychologist
Psychologist, PhD, PsyD
Verified by Psychology Today
"Most people benefit from having a trusted and trained professional to confide in and collaborate with - to make changes, deal with emotional pain, and search for understanding and meaning. Humans are complex beings and life is full of challenges. We all create "protective measures" to help us cope with difficulties we have encountered. Unconscious relational patterns, expectations, and beliefs about ourselves and others develop. Unfortunately, many of these ways of being interfere with creating satisfying lives and relationships. Our habituated patterns can be constricting, or lead to troubling behaviors or symptoms. "
(650) 897-5862
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"Most people benefit from having a trusted and trained professional to confide in and collaborate with - to make changes, deal with emotional pain, and search for understanding and meaning. Humans are complex beings and life is full of challenges. We all create "protective measures" to help us cope with difficulties we have encountered. Unconscious relational patterns, expectations, and beliefs about ourselves and others develop. Unfortunately, many of these ways of being interfere with creating satisfying lives and relationships. Our habituated patterns can be constricting, or lead to troubling behaviors or symptoms. "
Diane Strachowski, Psychologist
Psychologist, EdD
"I am a licensed psychologist specializing in helping individuals and couples overcome relationship struggles, anxiety, stress, and depression along with behavioral issues such as sleep, eating disorders and chronic pain. My approach to treatment is collaborative and warm we work together to figure out your strengths as well as areas of improvement. I practice evidence-based treatments supported by scientific research primarily Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT). In therapy we focus on improving your coping resources to deal with life stress and improve your relationships. Working with your thoughts, feelings and behaviors, I teach you skills that you can use ongoing."
(650) 727-5077
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"I am a licensed psychologist specializing in helping individuals and couples overcome relationship struggles, anxiety, stress, and depression along with behavioral issues such as sleep, eating disorders and chronic pain. My approach to treatment is collaborative and warm we work together to figure out your strengths as well as areas of improvement. I practice evidence-based treatments supported by scientific research primarily Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT). In therapy we focus on improving your coping resources to deal with life stress and improve your relationships. Working with your thoughts, feelings and behaviors, I teach you skills that you can use ongoing."
Cristin Runfola, Psychologist
Psychologist, PhD, LP
Verified by Psychology Today
"Passionate about helping others, I find it an honor to get to know and hopefully positively influence each client who comes into my life. I hold a Clinical Assistant Professorship at Stanford University and a private practice one day per week in Menlo Park. I received my Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology from PAU and completed my psychology internship and NIH-funded post-doctoral research fellowship in eating disorders at the UNC-CH. I received extensive training in the delivery of evidence-based practice for a variety of issues including eating disorders, weight-related concerns, mood disorders, and relationship concerns."
(408) 609-3672
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"Passionate about helping others, I find it an honor to get to know and hopefully positively influence each client who comes into my life. I hold a Clinical Assistant Professorship at Stanford University and a private practice one day per week in Menlo Park. I received my Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology from PAU and completed my psychology internship and NIH-funded post-doctoral research fellowship in eating disorders at the UNC-CH. I received extensive training in the delivery of evidence-based practice for a variety of issues including eating disorders, weight-related concerns, mood disorders, and relationship concerns."
Kait Philbin,
PhD, BCC, E-RYT
"Are you smart and successful but feel stuck for some reason? Are you trying to develop better relationships, change career paths, or achieve personal or professional excellence? In a thought-partnering process of inquiry and personal discovery, I help you identify what you want and what is standing in your way, and focus on you taking action toward your vision, goals and desires while providing you structure, support and feedback. I am highly trained and devoted to helping you uncover important truths about yourself, your values, and your deepest wishes so you can maximize your personal and professional potential."
(650) 517-6292
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"Are you smart and successful but feel stuck for some reason? Are you trying to develop better relationships, change career paths, or achieve personal or professional excellence? In a thought-partnering process of inquiry and personal discovery, I help you identify what you want and what is standing in your way, and focus on you taking action toward your vision, goals and desires while providing you structure, support and feedback. I am highly trained and devoted to helping you uncover important truths about yourself, your values, and your deepest wishes so you can maximize your personal and professional potential."
Tamara L Hartl, Psychologist
Psychologist, PhD
Verified by Psychology Today
"Anxiety can be a crippling condition. Luckily, cognitive behavioral therapy has been proven to help people break free from the limitations that anxiety often puts on them. I work with individuals struggling with worry, indecisiveness, OCD, panic disorder, social anxiety, and generalized anxiety. I work collaboratively with people to set concrete goals and then systematically go about achieving them. My ideal client is someone who no longer wants anxiety to dictate their choices in life. My clients want the freedom and flexibility to make decisions based on values rather than fear."
(408) 868-5548
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"Anxiety can be a crippling condition. Luckily, cognitive behavioral therapy has been proven to help people break free from the limitations that anxiety often puts on them. I work with individuals struggling with worry, indecisiveness, OCD, panic disorder, social anxiety, and generalized anxiety. I work collaboratively with people to set concrete goals and then systematically go about achieving them. My ideal client is someone who no longer wants anxiety to dictate their choices in life. My clients want the freedom and flexibility to make decisions based on values rather than fear."
Rubye Cervelli, Psychologist
Psychologist, PhD
Verified by Psychology Today
"My main interest is to support the development of the authentic self. We can get stuck in false beliefs about ourselves that leave us feeling frustrated and limited. Getting in touch with our inner wisdom may lead to a greater sense of freedom and flow with life."
(650) 276-4687
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"My main interest is to support the development of the authentic self. We can get stuck in false beliefs about ourselves that leave us feeling frustrated and limited. Getting in touch with our inner wisdom may lead to a greater sense of freedom and flow with life."
Barbara Finn, Psychologist
Psychologist, PhD, CGP, FAGPA, ABPP
Verified by Psychology Today
"Welcome! I work primarily with high functioning adults, couples, and groups who are encountering stress and/or difficulties in their interpersonal relationships, either in the work setting, at home, or both. This includes people experiencing depression, anxiety, personality disorders, and those dealing with adjustment issues related to recent changes in their life-- for example, divorce, blended families, job change, birth of a child, relationships with in-laws, money issues, etc."
(650) 209-7917
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"Welcome! I work primarily with high functioning adults, couples, and groups who are encountering stress and/or difficulties in their interpersonal relationships, either in the work setting, at home, or both. This includes people experiencing depression, anxiety, personality disorders, and those dealing with adjustment issues related to recent changes in their life-- for example, divorce, blended families, job change, birth of a child, relationships with in-laws, money issues, etc."
Emily Caruthers, Marriage & Family Therapist
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT, ATR
Verified by Psychology Today
"If you are struggling with eating issues I want you to know there is help. As an eating disorder specialist with many years of experience in a variety of treatment programs and levels of care, I have witnessed the transformation from incarceration to liberation many times over. While full recovery is absolutely possible, it is not an easy road and it looks different for everyone. My expertise is in partnering with you to find the way through. You CAN have a life free from your eating issues."
(650) 492-5584 x701
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"If you are struggling with eating issues I want you to know there is help. As an eating disorder specialist with many years of experience in a variety of treatment programs and levels of care, I have witnessed the transformation from incarceration to liberation many times over. While full recovery is absolutely possible, it is not an easy road and it looks different for everyone. My expertise is in partnering with you to find the way through. You CAN have a life free from your eating issues."
Edward V Brackenbury, Marriage & Family Therapist
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
Verified by Psychology Today
"Ed Brackenbury is a licensed Marriage Family Therapist. He has been in private practice for 34 years and has offices in Menlo Park and Palo Alto. He founded and directed the Institute for Marital and Family Therapy, which graduated over 250 therapists with Master’s Degrees in Marriage Family Therapy. He taught high school for ten years and was a Young Life area director for four years. Ed is a popular speaker at local, national and international conferences. He has helped train students and church leaders throughout Eastern Europe in the fields of marriage, family and pastoral counseling."
(650) 529-4807
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"Ed Brackenbury is a licensed Marriage Family Therapist. He has been in private practice for 34 years and has offices in Menlo Park and Palo Alto. He founded and directed the Institute for Marital and Family Therapy, which graduated over 250 therapists with Master’s Degrees in Marriage Family Therapy. He taught high school for ten years and was a Young Life area director for four years. Ed is a popular speaker at local, national and international conferences. He has helped train students and church leaders throughout Eastern Europe in the fields of marriage, family and pastoral counseling."
Laura "Lucy" Moore, LMFT, Marriage & Family Therapist
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
Verified by Psychology Today
"When life begins to present its inevitable and unexpected crises and losses, you may find yourself in need of support during times of transition and change. Friends and family may not be safe to resource to help you "get over it". My job as your therapist is to support you on your unique journey through adversity toward opportunity. It's my privilege to accompany you on your journey as guide, facilitator and ally with compassion, respect, creativity, expertise and sometimes humor. I commend you on your courage to begin."
(650) 399-9412
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"When life begins to present its inevitable and unexpected crises and losses, you may find yourself in need of support during times of transition and change. Friends and family may not be safe to resource to help you "get over it". My job as your therapist is to support you on your unique journey through adversity toward opportunity. It's my privilege to accompany you on your journey as guide, facilitator and ally with compassion, respect, creativity, expertise and sometimes humor. I commend you on your courage to begin."
Caron Heimbuck, Marriage & Family Therapist
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
Verified by Psychology Today
"How do we make healthy changes in our lives - in our marriages, families, work relationships and friendships? I provide a supportive and safe environment for you to become more self-aware to enrich your world and personal relationships. My practice covers a broad spectrum of personal and emotional issues including anxiety, depression, grief and loss, communication, and stressed couples and families. I also provide help to women dealing with the impact of a breast cancer diagnosis. In addition, prior experience as an Educational Consultant provides helpful insight to families challenged with a struggling teen and the emotional impact this has on family life."
(408) 465-9944
Verified
"How do we make healthy changes in our lives - in our marriages, families, work relationships and friendships? I provide a supportive and safe environment for you to become more self-aware to enrich your world and personal relationships. My practice covers a broad spectrum of personal and emotional issues including anxiety, depression, grief and loss, communication, and stressed couples and families. I also provide help to women dealing with the impact of a breast cancer diagnosis. In addition, prior experience as an Educational Consultant provides helpful insight to families challenged with a struggling teen and the emotional impact this has on family life."
Katherine Warner, Marriage & Family Therapist
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
Verified by Psychology Today
"Sometimes it takes the gentle mirroring of another person to help see what is no longer working in our lives. Habits formed to survive difficult childhoods may be wrecking havoc. Communication styles may be sabotaging love. We may feel overwhelmed in parenting, or facing a big life transition. I work closely with my clients to increase communication skills and develop greater personal awareness. I teach nervous system regulation in order to stay calm and effective during conflict, difficult conversations, and life transitions. From therapy you’ll learn to operate from wholeness and authenticity, and gain acceptance for self/others. "
(650) 667-6724
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"Sometimes it takes the gentle mirroring of another person to help see what is no longer working in our lives. Habits formed to survive difficult childhoods may be wrecking havoc. Communication styles may be sabotaging love. We may feel overwhelmed in parenting, or facing a big life transition. I work closely with my clients to increase communication skills and develop greater personal awareness. I teach nervous system regulation in order to stay calm and effective during conflict, difficult conversations, and life transitions. From therapy you’ll learn to operate from wholeness and authenticity, and gain acceptance for self/others. "
Edna Esnil, Psychologist
Psychologist, PsyD, MA
Verified by Psychology Today
"Are you feeling stressed? Do you want to overcome anxiety or depression? Would you like to develop healthier relationships? Are you experiencing grief and loss? Sometimes, these and other common problems of daily living can be overwhelming. My services are carefully tailored to meet your individual goals while empowering you to make positive changes in your life. Positive change doesn't have to take years. In fact, my knowledgeable and collaborative approach has successfully helped many learn and apply research-based skills designed to bring fast and lasting relief."
(650) 255-2679
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"Are you feeling stressed? Do you want to overcome anxiety or depression? Would you like to develop healthier relationships? Are you experiencing grief and loss? Sometimes, these and other common problems of daily living can be overwhelming. My services are carefully tailored to meet your individual goals while empowering you to make positive changes in your life. Positive change doesn't have to take years. In fact, my knowledgeable and collaborative approach has successfully helped many learn and apply research-based skills designed to bring fast and lasting relief."
Grace A Chen, Psychologist
Psychologist, Ph.D.
Verified by Psychology Today
"I work with individuals who are seeking work-life balance; exploring mid-life or mid-career issues; managing identity issues regarding race, gender, sexual orientation; and focusing on wellness (emotional, physical, spiritual). I value your experiences within the context of your lived experiences and cultural identities (e.g., as a woman, person of color, LGBTQ, etc.). I provide a safe space for people with marginalized identities to feel understood and honored. My therapeutic and coaching styles aim for your long-term growth, in addition to providing short-term solutions."
(415) 903-8825
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"I work with individuals who are seeking work-life balance; exploring mid-life or mid-career issues; managing identity issues regarding race, gender, sexual orientation; and focusing on wellness (emotional, physical, spiritual). I value your experiences within the context of your lived experiences and cultural identities (e.g., as a woman, person of color, LGBTQ, etc.). I provide a safe space for people with marginalized identities to feel understood and honored. My therapeutic and coaching styles aim for your long-term growth, in addition to providing short-term solutions."
Bruce S Linenberg, Psychologist
Psychologist, PhD
Verified by Psychology Today
"I'm a Psychologist with an Integrative perspective, comfortable working with a variety of types of people and problems from a variety of perspectives. It is as important to be able to work towards change in the present, as it is to revisit and understand how one's developmental history may be influencing present issues or repeating patterns. I have found truths in many theoretical approaches, and as much from studies outside of Psychology as within it."
(650) 681-4340
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"I'm a Psychologist with an Integrative perspective, comfortable working with a variety of types of people and problems from a variety of perspectives. It is as important to be able to work towards change in the present, as it is to revisit and understand how one's developmental history may be influencing present issues or repeating patterns. I have found truths in many theoretical approaches, and as much from studies outside of Psychology as within it."

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