Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
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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."
(650) 209-7530
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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."
Psychologist, MSW, PhD
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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."
(650) 383-3970
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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."
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
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"I appreciate working with people who for whatever reason feel change tugging on them. Sometimes this "tug" may manifest as a crisis in one's life. I believe that some of the most profound changes are initiated through what are experienced as a crisis."
(650) 542-7093
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"I appreciate working with people who for whatever reason feel change tugging on them. Sometimes this "tug" may manifest as a crisis in one's life. I believe that some of the most profound changes are initiated through what are experienced as a crisis."
Psychologist, PhD
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"The impact of chronic pain often goes far beyond the body, and may leave you feeling depressed, anxious, angry, and isolated. As a pain psychologist, I can help you build effective coping tools to take back control over your thoughts, emotions, behaviors, and physical symptoms so that you can live a meaningful life that is not defined by your pain. I emphasize a collaborative, solution-focused approach to therapy, and will work with you to create a treatment plan that takes into account the unique biological, psychological, and social factors that make you who you are."
(650) 852-1304
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"The impact of chronic pain often goes far beyond the body, and may leave you feeling depressed, anxious, angry, and isolated. As a pain psychologist, I can help you build effective coping tools to take back control over your thoughts, emotions, behaviors, and physical symptoms so that you can live a meaningful life that is not defined by your pain. I emphasize a collaborative, solution-focused approach to therapy, and will work with you to create a treatment plan that takes into account the unique biological, psychological, and social factors that make you who you are."
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT
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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."
(650) 297-7912
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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."
Marriage & Family Therapist, PhD, MFT
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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, recovering from depression, decreasing family conflict, achieving greater relationship satisfaction, 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."
(650) 469-8652
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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, recovering from depression, decreasing family conflict, achieving greater relationship satisfaction, 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."
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
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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."
(650) 779-5758
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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."
Marriage & Family Therapist, PhD, MFT
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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."
(650) 603-0421
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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."
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT, ATR-BC, MA
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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 forms of Neurodevelopmental Art Therapy (NDAT), based on current neuroscience research, and includes interpersonal neurobiology and attachment theory; and Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT). The emotional right brain is dominant in all forms of psychotherapy, and this 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."
(650) 445-0582
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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 forms of Neurodevelopmental Art Therapy (NDAT), based on current neuroscience research, and includes interpersonal neurobiology and attachment theory; and Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT). The emotional right brain is dominant in all forms of psychotherapy, and this 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."
Psychologist, PhD
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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."
(650) 488-3786
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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."
Psychologist, PhD
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"As a licensed clinical psychologist, I have experience treating adults of all ages for everything from emergent life stressors to severe trauma. My goal is to provide patients with a safe space free of judgment to explore what has been and to chart a path towards what can be. Together we will work to find meaning behind emotion, to discern the patterns of our thoughts, and to quiet conflicts that have lived beyond their time. My integrated approach to care utilizes aspects of cognitive-behavioral, psychodynamic, and mindfulness techniques to work towards a patient centered conceptualization of health."
(650) 437-1257
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"As a licensed clinical psychologist, I have experience treating adults of all ages for everything from emergent life stressors to severe trauma. My goal is to provide patients with a safe space free of judgment to explore what has been and to chart a path towards what can be. Together we will work to find meaning behind emotion, to discern the patterns of our thoughts, and to quiet conflicts that have lived beyond their time. My integrated approach to care utilizes aspects of cognitive-behavioral, psychodynamic, and mindfulness techniques to work towards a patient centered conceptualization of health."
Psychologist, PhD
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"Are you or a family member looking for an evidence-based, scientific approach to the treatment of Anxiety, OCD, Body-Focused Repetitive Behaviors, or Tic Disorders? Do you need help managing your child's behavior problems? As a Stanford-affiliated psychologist, I specialize in evidence-based approaches to diagnose and treat these these problems in youth and adults. In addition to my clinical work, I conduct research on ways to improve mental health treatment for youth and training for future clinical psychologists."
(415) 799-4189
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"Are you or a family member looking for an evidence-based, scientific approach to the treatment of Anxiety, OCD, Body-Focused Repetitive Behaviors, or Tic Disorders? Do you need help managing your child's behavior problems? As a Stanford-affiliated psychologist, I specialize in evidence-based approaches to diagnose and treat these these problems in youth and adults. In addition to my clinical work, I conduct research on ways to improve mental health treatment for youth and training for future clinical psychologists."
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT
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"I am a licensed Marriage & Family Therapist specializing in depression, anxiety, trauma, PTSD, and family counseling. I am EMDR trained working towards certification. Through EMDR, I have helped many people overcome trauma in their lives that has shaped their poor decisions and/or negative views of themselves, and has sabotaged them in reaching their true potential. Trauma or not, EMDR is a fantastic approach that can help you with a variety of deeply rooted issues."
(844) 333-7335
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"I am a licensed Marriage & Family Therapist specializing in depression, anxiety, trauma, PTSD, and family counseling. I am EMDR trained working towards certification. Through EMDR, I have helped many people overcome trauma in their lives that has shaped their poor decisions and/or negative views of themselves, and has sabotaged them in reaching their true potential. Trauma or not, EMDR is a fantastic approach that can help you with a variety of deeply rooted issues."
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
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"I focus on both healing AND growth for people with depression, anxiety, traumatic histories, as well as interpersonal, professional, and familial and spiritual challenges. I treat individuals, couples, families, pre-teens, and teens. I work from a strengths-based position, seeing each person's uniqueness and facilitating each person's innate ability to heal and grow. I bring an engaged and compassionate presence to each client. My varied and focused experiences and training uniquely position me to understand, connect with, and provide skilled counseling to a wide range of clientele"
(650) 730-2829
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"I focus on both healing AND growth for people with depression, anxiety, traumatic histories, as well as interpersonal, professional, and familial and spiritual challenges. I treat individuals, couples, families, pre-teens, and teens. I work from a strengths-based position, seeing each person's uniqueness and facilitating each person's innate ability to heal and grow. I bring an engaged and compassionate presence to each client. My varied and focused experiences and training uniquely position me to understand, connect with, and provide skilled counseling to a wide range of clientele"
Psychologist, PhD
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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:"
(650) 209-7505
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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:"
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA
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"I am a licensed Marriage and Family therapist who specializes in treating chemical dependency, codependency, PTSD,j and families in crisis. I am interested in applying these professional skills to returning vets who may not want to use the VA, or may not be eligible for those benefits. I currently treat a wide range of clients, including couples, families, and individuals in crisis from substance abuse problems, as well as those in recovery from these issues."
(650) 918-5791
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"I am a licensed Marriage and Family therapist who specializes in treating chemical dependency, codependency, PTSD,j and families in crisis. I am interested in applying these professional skills to returning vets who may not want to use the VA, or may not be eligible for those benefits. I currently treat a wide range of clients, including couples, families, and individuals in crisis from substance abuse problems, as well as those in recovery from these issues."
Psychologist, PsyD, MSW
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"There are times in everyone's life when anxiety and depression can feel overwhelming. You don't have to suffer, therapy can help. I have an eclectic orientation that is informed by mindfulness techniques, attachment theory and CBT to help clients work through and heal from bouts of depression, anxiety, relationship difficulties, and life transitions. I have found that these evidence-based techniques, when used in a collaborative, empathic working relationship can help restore a sense of wellness and empowerment, and improve your quality of life. I have been a therapist for over 20 years."
(650) 562-6030
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"There are times in everyone's life when anxiety and depression can feel overwhelming. You don't have to suffer, therapy can help. I have an eclectic orientation that is informed by mindfulness techniques, attachment theory and CBT to help clients work through and heal from bouts of depression, anxiety, relationship difficulties, and life transitions. I have found that these evidence-based techniques, when used in a collaborative, empathic working relationship can help restore a sense of wellness and empowerment, and improve your quality of life. I have been a therapist for over 20 years."
Psychologist, PhD
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"I am a licensed, clinical psychologist with extensive experience providing evidence-based psychotherapy for anxiety, depression, trauma, and other stress-related problems. I use cognitive-behavioral, dialectical behavioral, and mindfulness therapeutic approaches to treat problems such as social anxiety, phobias, obsessive-compulsive disorders, depression, grief & loss, PTSD/trauma, and stress related to relationships, work, parenting, and other issues. In addition to private practice, I am an Adjunct Clinical Associate Professor in the Department of Psychiatry & Behavioral Sciences at Stanford University School of Medicine."
(650) 489-4535
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"I am a licensed, clinical psychologist with extensive experience providing evidence-based psychotherapy for anxiety, depression, trauma, and other stress-related problems. I use cognitive-behavioral, dialectical behavioral, and mindfulness therapeutic approaches to treat problems such as social anxiety, phobias, obsessive-compulsive disorders, depression, grief & loss, PTSD/trauma, and stress related to relationships, work, parenting, and other issues. In addition to private practice, I am an Adjunct Clinical Associate Professor in the Department of Psychiatry & Behavioral Sciences at Stanford University School of Medicine."
Psychologist, PhD
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"I am not currently accepting new clients. When you don't know what to do about the emotional turmoil that is dominating your life and you are tired of the pain/confusion of feeling scared, stuck or angry, it is the time to seek out a seasoned therapist that will help you gain the understanding and clarity to make the changes necessary for resolution."
(650) 549-9771
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"I am not currently accepting new clients. When you don't know what to do about the emotional turmoil that is dominating your life and you are tired of the pain/confusion of feeling scared, stuck or angry, it is the time to seek out a seasoned therapist that will help you gain the understanding and clarity to make the changes necessary for resolution."
Psychologist, PhD
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"People seek out therapy for many reasons. From confronting issues such as loss, anxiety, despair, anger, and interpersonal problems, to facing significant life decisions or struggling with work-related stress, many factors can prevent a person from engaging in their lives more fully. However, taking that first step in search of help can be intimidating. It is not uncommon for people to experience uncertainty about sharing their thoughts, feelings, and experiences with a stranger. Creating a safe place to explore, understand and respond to whatever concerns an individual is faced with is crucial when embarking upon the therapeutic process."
(650) 437-8325
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"People seek out therapy for many reasons. From confronting issues such as loss, anxiety, despair, anger, and interpersonal problems, to facing significant life decisions or struggling with work-related stress, many factors can prevent a person from engaging in their lives more fully. However, taking that first step in search of help can be intimidating. It is not uncommon for people to experience uncertainty about sharing their thoughts, feelings, and experiences with a stranger. Creating a safe place to explore, understand and respond to whatever concerns an individual is faced with is crucial when embarking upon the therapeutic process."

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