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"To embark on a journey to the center of one's interior can feel daunting at best, whether you have already had some experience in therapy or just starting out. Certainly, taking the first step in seeking help is courageous and ought to be acknowledged. If you are new to this process it is not uncommon to feel a motley of emotions when entering into psychotherapy. I encourage you, whatever reasons you have to seek therapy, to allow yourself the time to finding both a good fit with a therapist and an approach to therapy that feels helpful to you."
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"To embark on a journey to the center of one's interior can feel daunting at best, whether you have already had some experience in therapy or just starting out. Certainly, taking the first step in seeking help is courageous and ought to be acknowledged. If you are new to this process it is not uncommon to feel a motley of emotions when entering into psychotherapy. I encourage you, whatever reasons you have to seek therapy, to allow yourself the time to finding both a good fit with a therapist and an approach to therapy that feels helpful to you."
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"My name is Karah Clifford, and I am a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist (LMFT) providing in-office, teleconference and video services to clients from around the Bay Area. If you have decided to seek help for either yourself or a loved one then choosing a therapist who you are comfortable with is the most important next step. My goal as a therapist is to create a safe, nurturing relationship that supports the social and emotional well being of my clients."
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"My name is Karah Clifford, and I am a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist (LMFT) providing in-office, teleconference and video services to clients from around the Bay Area. If you have decided to seek help for either yourself or a loved one then choosing a therapist who you are comfortable with is the most important next step. My goal as a therapist is to create a safe, nurturing relationship that supports the social and emotional well being of my clients."
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"(Telehealth Provider with Current Openings) Today you may be searching for solutions to challenging problems--substance use, relationship strain, etc... Tomorrow will see you adapting and growing from the opportunity!"
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"(Telehealth Provider with Current Openings) Today you may be searching for solutions to challenging problems--substance use, relationship strain, etc... Tomorrow will see you adapting and growing from the opportunity!"
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"Finding the RIGHT therapist makes all the difference in your experience and is critical to making the positive changes you desire. This is a personal decision that should meet your specific needs. It is important to pick a therapist with whom you feel comfortable and whose style fits you. My therapy style is warm, empathetic and inviting but can also be challenging. The work I do with patients is deep rooted - which means at times you may feel uncomfortable. However, my patients grow and challenge themselves in ways that continually surprise them."
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"Finding the RIGHT therapist makes all the difference in your experience and is critical to making the positive changes you desire. This is a personal decision that should meet your specific needs. It is important to pick a therapist with whom you feel comfortable and whose style fits you. My therapy style is warm, empathetic and inviting but can also be challenging. The work I do with patients is deep rooted - which means at times you may feel uncomfortable. However, my patients grow and challenge themselves in ways that continually surprise them."
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"Thank you for viewing my page! Therapy with me is relational, dynamic, reflective and responsive. You can expect to be challenged, in a warm and supportive environment. Curiosity about relationships and how family history gets carried forward into the present guides my work with children & adults of all ages. I've worked with clients aged 0-101 with an emphasis on connection, authenticity, and mindful self-awareness to overcome a variety of conditions, including low self-esteem, depression, anxiety, trauma, grief, phase-of-life and relationship problems. As a Somatic psychotherapist, I also utilize body-based techniques like mindfulness & movement."
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"Thank you for viewing my page! Therapy with me is relational, dynamic, reflective and responsive. You can expect to be challenged, in a warm and supportive environment. Curiosity about relationships and how family history gets carried forward into the present guides my work with children & adults of all ages. I've worked with clients aged 0-101 with an emphasis on connection, authenticity, and mindful self-awareness to overcome a variety of conditions, including low self-esteem, depression, anxiety, trauma, grief, phase-of-life and relationship problems. As a Somatic psychotherapist, I also utilize body-based techniques like mindfulness & movement."
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"For me, the focus of therapy is not primarily to fix disorders or cure diseases; I seek to increase your positive life skills rather than address negative patterns. What happens in the therapy hour is a microcosm of life at large. How you do anything is how you do everything. And so, I give special attention to the actual, to the present moment, in particular your immediate subjective experience. Ultimately, when you become aware of your resistance(s) to pain and return to wholeness and authenticity, my work is done."
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"For me, the focus of therapy is not primarily to fix disorders or cure diseases; I seek to increase your positive life skills rather than address negative patterns. What happens in the therapy hour is a microcosm of life at large. How you do anything is how you do everything. And so, I give special attention to the actual, to the present moment, in particular your immediate subjective experience. Ultimately, when you become aware of your resistance(s) to pain and return to wholeness and authenticity, my work is done."
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"The focus of my practice is in helping couples, families and individuals turn painful conflict into a means of growth. By teaching new skills and helping each person articulate the difficult emotionsand needs underlying their fights, I believe I can help couples and families create more satisfying relationships."
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"The focus of my practice is in helping couples, families and individuals turn painful conflict into a means of growth. By teaching new skills and helping each person articulate the difficult emotionsand needs underlying their fights, I believe I can help couples and families create more satisfying relationships."
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"Dr. Benjamin Evare earned his Ph.D. in clinical psychology from Palo Alto University. He completed his pre-doctoral internship at Community Health Awareness Council (CHAC) in Mountain View, CA where he worked with clients in a range of developmental stages, including children, adolescents, adults, and families. He has specialized training in working with issues where emotion regulation is central, such as depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder, and substance use."
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"Dr. Benjamin Evare earned his Ph.D. in clinical psychology from Palo Alto University. He completed his pre-doctoral internship at Community Health Awareness Council (CHAC) in Mountain View, CA where he worked with clients in a range of developmental stages, including children, adolescents, adults, and families. He has specialized training in working with issues where emotion regulation is central, such as depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder, and substance use."
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"As a licensed MFT and board certified art therapist (ATR-BC) in private practice in Redwood City, I provide psychotherapy in the form of Neurodevelopmental Art Therapy (NDAT), based on current neuroscience research, interpersonal neurobiology and attachment theories, and Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT). The emotional right brain is dominant in all forms of psychotherapy; which is especially true in child and adolescent therapies. The key: therapeutic change most often happens when there is trust and connection between therapist and client in a safe and supportive environment, free from judgment or expectation."
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"As a licensed MFT and board certified art therapist (ATR-BC) in private practice in Redwood City, I provide psychotherapy in the form of Neurodevelopmental Art Therapy (NDAT), based on current neuroscience research, interpersonal neurobiology and attachment theories, and Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT). The emotional right brain is dominant in all forms of psychotherapy; which is especially true in child and adolescent therapies. The key: therapeutic change most often happens when there is trust and connection between therapist and client in a safe and supportive environment, free from judgment or expectation."
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"Do you dream about a better life for yourself? A time and a place where your healthy self lines up with your best intentions and allows you to manifest new behavior? Can you believe you deserve this better life, but inner forces, such as anxiety, vagueness and low self-esteem, rise up and thwart you from attaining it? I specialize in helping individuals and couples find the courage to look at these and other stuck points. Two key areas of personal suffering I have some expertise with are money concerns and chemical dependency. Here"s a brief word about each:"
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"Do you dream about a better life for yourself? A time and a place where your healthy self lines up with your best intentions and allows you to manifest new behavior? Can you believe you deserve this better life, but inner forces, such as anxiety, vagueness and low self-esteem, rise up and thwart you from attaining it? I specialize in helping individuals and couples find the courage to look at these and other stuck points. Two key areas of personal suffering I have some expertise with are money concerns and chemical dependency. Here"s a brief word about each:"
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"My clinical experience includes 5 years of working with adults of all ages in two community mental health clinics, as well as working on-site at an elementary school, middle school, and high school with children and adolescents of all ages and their parents. I love helping clients of all ages who are seeking change and symptom relief to successfully navigate periods of crisis and transition in their lives. Depression, anxiety, grief, low self-esteem, spirituality, issues of attention and mindfulness, parenting teens and adult children, teaching organization and planning skills are all within my scope of practice."
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"My clinical experience includes 5 years of working with adults of all ages in two community mental health clinics, as well as working on-site at an elementary school, middle school, and high school with children and adolescents of all ages and their parents. I love helping clients of all ages who are seeking change and symptom relief to successfully navigate periods of crisis and transition in their lives. Depression, anxiety, grief, low self-esteem, spirituality, issues of attention and mindfulness, parenting teens and adult children, teaching organization and planning skills are all within my scope of practice."
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"There's no question that psychotherapy is hard work for both the client and the therapist. I specialize in the treatment of the obsessive-compulsive spectrum disorders(i.e., OCD, body dysmorphic disorder, trichotillomania, compulsive skin picking plus others), and know how challenging and frustrating the therapy can be at times. I work with my clients to develop an individualized treatment plan, designed to tackle each person's unique symptoms and needs. While these disorders are generally chronic in nature, the goal of more effectively managing the symptoms so someone can live a productive life is both reasonable and attainable."
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"There's no question that psychotherapy is hard work for both the client and the therapist. I specialize in the treatment of the obsessive-compulsive spectrum disorders(i.e., OCD, body dysmorphic disorder, trichotillomania, compulsive skin picking plus others), and know how challenging and frustrating the therapy can be at times. I work with my clients to develop an individualized treatment plan, designed to tackle each person's unique symptoms and needs. While these disorders are generally chronic in nature, the goal of more effectively managing the symptoms so someone can live a productive life is both reasonable and attainable."
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"Our world can be pretty hectic, especially here in the Bay Area. We all experience stress from external and internal pressures and obstacles. Life can feel overwhelming which leads our body and mind to shut down and/or lash out in various ways. We feel stuck because we are drowning in intense emotions and stressful events and we don’t know how to get to the surface and catch a breath. As a result we miss out on the joys of life as we cannot fully experience happiness with the weight of everything we need to get done or everything we need to do to meet everyone’s (even our own) expectations. "
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"Our world can be pretty hectic, especially here in the Bay Area. We all experience stress from external and internal pressures and obstacles. Life can feel overwhelming which leads our body and mind to shut down and/or lash out in various ways. We feel stuck because we are drowning in intense emotions and stressful events and we don’t know how to get to the surface and catch a breath. As a result we miss out on the joys of life as we cannot fully experience happiness with the weight of everything we need to get done or everything we need to do to meet everyone’s (even our own) expectations. "
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"I'm here to help find fulfilling and lifelong sexual/intimate satisfaction, whether you are partnered or single, straight, gay, bi, poly, kinky, asexual, furry or fandom. These days, so many of us are seeking less stress and more balance. The Bay Area is a worldly place, many come excited by its progressive sexual energy. Others may find sex confusing, challenging to talk about, or even perhaps, their worst nightmare. Most want better ways to communicate, especially about sex; perhaps to deepen love and connection, or for a path to restore trust and find pleasure. Sex can be juicy and life affirming, I am here to help you find that."
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"I'm here to help find fulfilling and lifelong sexual/intimate satisfaction, whether you are partnered or single, straight, gay, bi, poly, kinky, asexual, furry or fandom. These days, so many of us are seeking less stress and more balance. The Bay Area is a worldly place, many come excited by its progressive sexual energy. Others may find sex confusing, challenging to talk about, or even perhaps, their worst nightmare. Most want better ways to communicate, especially about sex; perhaps to deepen love and connection, or for a path to restore trust and find pleasure. Sex can be juicy and life affirming, I am here to help you find that."
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"My approach to therapy is collaborative, non-judgmental, and action-oriented. I practice evidence-based treatments, including Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT), and Compassion Focused Therapy (CFT). CBT focuses on changing problematic thoughts, feelings, and behaviors. DBT provides skills for regulating emotions and behaviors and improving relationships. Cultivating compassion can help you learn to face the challenges in your life with courage, wisdom, and kindness. I can help you improve well-being and life satisfaction and establish more compassionate relationships with yourself and others."
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"My approach to therapy is collaborative, non-judgmental, and action-oriented. I practice evidence-based treatments, including Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT), and Compassion Focused Therapy (CFT). CBT focuses on changing problematic thoughts, feelings, and behaviors. DBT provides skills for regulating emotions and behaviors and improving relationships. Cultivating compassion can help you learn to face the challenges in your life with courage, wisdom, and kindness. I can help you improve well-being and life satisfaction and establish more compassionate relationships with yourself and others."
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"Sheryl is a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist. She is dedicated to helping adults, adolescents and families recover from trauma, loss and thrive while coping with chronic medical conditions. Trained in transpersonal psychology, trauma focused cognitive behavioral therapy and EMDR, she uses a holistic approach and is skilled in individualizing the care she offers. Serving in local nonprofit agencies and private practice, Sheryl has offered extensive support to foster and adoptive families and to individuals ready to deepen their personal relationships. Sheryl is able to help individuals reduce anxiety, improve their mood, restore hope, and reconnect with their community."
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"Sheryl is a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist. She is dedicated to helping adults, adolescents and families recover from trauma, loss and thrive while coping with chronic medical conditions. Trained in transpersonal psychology, trauma focused cognitive behavioral therapy and EMDR, she uses a holistic approach and is skilled in individualizing the care she offers. Serving in local nonprofit agencies and private practice, Sheryl has offered extensive support to foster and adoptive families and to individuals ready to deepen their personal relationships. Sheryl is able to help individuals reduce anxiety, improve their mood, restore hope, and reconnect with their community."
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"My goal is to provide you with compassionate understanding and a clear plan for moving forward, whatever this means for you. It may mean overcoming anxiety or depression, improving your relationship, helping a struggling teen, or finding your way after a life change or loss. It could also mean helping you enjoy life more, regardless of what is happening around you. I have been providing therapy to individual adults and adolescents, as well as couples and families for over 20 years. I work with a diverse range of emotional, behavioral and relationship issues, utilizing the most effective research-based treatment models."
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"My goal is to provide you with compassionate understanding and a clear plan for moving forward, whatever this means for you. It may mean overcoming anxiety or depression, improving your relationship, helping a struggling teen, or finding your way after a life change or loss. It could also mean helping you enjoy life more, regardless of what is happening around you. I have been providing therapy to individual adults and adolescents, as well as couples and families for over 20 years. I work with a diverse range of emotional, behavioral and relationship issues, utilizing the most effective research-based treatment models."
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"I am only offering services virtually through telehealth options at this time. In our day to day lives, it can be difficult to notice when changes occur until we aren't able to do the things we used to be able to do with relative ease. Similarly, we don't always notice a shift in our mood and how that shift may be affecting our overall well-being. The cause for these changes can be various stressors in our lives. With psychotherapy, we can begin to understand how these factors are impacting you and can we can help you better manage."
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"I am only offering services virtually through telehealth options at this time. In our day to day lives, it can be difficult to notice when changes occur until we aren't able to do the things we used to be able to do with relative ease. Similarly, we don't always notice a shift in our mood and how that shift may be affecting our overall well-being. The cause for these changes can be various stressors in our lives. With psychotherapy, we can begin to understand how these factors are impacting you and can we can help you better manage."
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"If you are looking for a data-driven, science-based approach to treatment then you should contact Dr. Trent for a free phone consultation. Dr. Trent specializes in evidence-based approaches to identification (i.e., psychodiagnostic assessment) and treatment of anxiety disorders, OCD, and behavioral issues. Dr. Trent is a Stanford-trained scientist who maintains active involvement in efforts to disseminate scientific approaches to psychological treatment."
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"If you are looking for a data-driven, science-based approach to treatment then you should contact Dr. Trent for a free phone consultation. Dr. Trent specializes in evidence-based approaches to identification (i.e., psychodiagnostic assessment) and treatment of anxiety disorders, OCD, and behavioral issues. Dr. Trent is a Stanford-trained scientist who maintains active involvement in efforts to disseminate scientific approaches to psychological treatment."
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"My adult clients have come to therapy with a wide range of issues and concerns. The common feature among clients is an interest in coming to understand themselves better as a way to help them head in a different, more satisfying direction. Specific presenting problems have involved disappointments in employment, substance use, and relationship difficulties. Many of my clients have experienced mood disorders such as bipolar, depression, and anxiety. My child and teen clients have presented with difficulties in school, problems with making friends, sibling conflict, and difficult relationships in the home. "
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"My adult clients have come to therapy with a wide range of issues and concerns. The common feature among clients is an interest in coming to understand themselves better as a way to help them head in a different, more satisfying direction. Specific presenting problems have involved disappointments in employment, substance use, and relationship difficulties. Many of my clients have experienced mood disorders such as bipolar, depression, and anxiety. My child and teen clients have presented with difficulties in school, problems with making friends, sibling conflict, and difficult relationships in the home. "

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