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Searching for women's mental health services can be a challenge. Finding a therapist who is the best fit for you is even harder. I encourage you to meet with me and several other therapists before you commit your time and energy to the challenging and rewarding road ahead of you in therapy.
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Searching for women's mental health services can be a challenge. Finding a therapist who is the best fit for you is even harder. I encourage you to meet with me and several other therapists before you commit your time and energy to the challenging and rewarding road ahead of you in therapy.
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I help women and couples wake up, know themselves and each other more deeply, and meet their lives with passion and purpose.
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I help women and couples wake up, know themselves and each other more deeply, and meet their lives with passion and purpose.
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I practice Mindfulness and Somatic based Cognitive Therapy to help treat Anxiety, Depression, Trauma, Relationship, and life's woes. Together we will understand what causes your suffering and create change. Our traumas, difficult relationships, COVID, loss, and heartache, can all be confusing and debilitating and influence us to live patterns of suffering through our behaviors, beliefs, habitual thinking and life circumstances. By discovering and practicing new behaviors you will learn how to relate to your thoughts, emotions, and body in a manner that allows you to live the life that you want to be living.
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I practice Mindfulness and Somatic based Cognitive Therapy to help treat Anxiety, Depression, Trauma, Relationship, and life's woes. Together we will understand what causes your suffering and create change. Our traumas, difficult relationships, COVID, loss, and heartache, can all be confusing and debilitating and influence us to live patterns of suffering through our behaviors, beliefs, habitual thinking and life circumstances. By discovering and practicing new behaviors you will learn how to relate to your thoughts, emotions, and body in a manner that allows you to live the life that you want to be living.
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Human sexuality is an endless source of self-knowledge through which we tap into our subconsciousness. In most people it is suppressed and hidden from our conscious minds due to the rigid cultural and religious belief systems along with our personal beliefs. Learning about ourselves through our sexual expressions will help some of us obtain wisdom and knowledge about who we are. Most of non-sexual issues stem from unhealthy self-perceptions, specifically from denying our own sexuality and freedom to express ourselves sexually. Ability to fully realize ourselves comes from expanding our consciousness through exploring our sexuality and sensuality.
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Human sexuality is an endless source of self-knowledge through which we tap into our subconsciousness. In most people it is suppressed and hidden from our conscious minds due to the rigid cultural and religious belief systems along with our personal beliefs. Learning about ourselves through our sexual expressions will help some of us obtain wisdom and knowledge about who we are. Most of non-sexual issues stem from unhealthy self-perceptions, specifically from denying our own sexuality and freedom to express ourselves sexually. Ability to fully realize ourselves comes from expanding our consciousness through exploring our sexuality and sensuality.
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Busy doing a million things like numbing out on Facebook or scrolling on your phone for hours or working constant overtime so you don’t have think about it? But it keeps reminding you it’s there. The pain you don't talk about. The worry. Procrastination. Anger at yourself, your past, others who hurt or mistreated you. Managing by....Drinking or drugs. Food. Sex. Shopping. Yelling. While longing for intimate connection. What if there was a way to approach those painful feelings or hurt parts of you so their story could be understood. Moving at your pace. Get to know your true Self & end the shame, blame, regret cycle.
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Busy doing a million things like numbing out on Facebook or scrolling on your phone for hours or working constant overtime so you don’t have think about it? But it keeps reminding you it’s there. The pain you don't talk about. The worry. Procrastination. Anger at yourself, your past, others who hurt or mistreated you. Managing by....Drinking or drugs. Food. Sex. Shopping. Yelling. While longing for intimate connection. What if there was a way to approach those painful feelings or hurt parts of you so their story could be understood. Moving at your pace. Get to know your true Self & end the shame, blame, regret cycle.
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Therapy might be a way for you to travel to yourself. It might provide you with new eyes for looking at an old image. And with the possible feeling that there is a way to let your guard down, untie your knots, and create new patterns. You might also find freedom in the cultivation of a wider and more balanced scale of emotions that includes joy, ire, sadness, rapture, and many more. Therapy might also show you that in addition to enduring life, you might also be fully alive.
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Therapy might be a way for you to travel to yourself. It might provide you with new eyes for looking at an old image. And with the possible feeling that there is a way to let your guard down, untie your knots, and create new patterns. You might also find freedom in the cultivation of a wider and more balanced scale of emotions that includes joy, ire, sadness, rapture, and many more. Therapy might also show you that in addition to enduring life, you might also be fully alive.
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Living the life that you want, the one that brings you joy, energy, and fulfillment, is a journey. As individuals find their way, many may experience suffering and distress at some point in their lives. Depression, anxiety, addiction, problems in relationships, and loss of meaning are a signal that some kind of change is necessary. Psychotherapy can help you to explore yourself, your relationships, and your direction in life. When you are able to see your life more clearly, you will develop the tools and resources necessary to feel better, take action, and live a more satisfying life.
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Living the life that you want, the one that brings you joy, energy, and fulfillment, is a journey. As individuals find their way, many may experience suffering and distress at some point in their lives. Depression, anxiety, addiction, problems in relationships, and loss of meaning are a signal that some kind of change is necessary. Psychotherapy can help you to explore yourself, your relationships, and your direction in life. When you are able to see your life more clearly, you will develop the tools and resources necessary to feel better, take action, and live a more satisfying life.
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Life can feel overwhelming--but it doesn't have to. If you have experienced trauma, whether recurring or as an isolated incident, even the typical stresses of a normal day can provoke anxiety, fear, anger, or withdrawal. Luckily, therapy can provide you tools to deal with life's challenges, enabling you to minimize your stress levels and continue your personal growth. I will guide you to increased happiness and well-being by supporting you in exploring and enacting lasting, positive changes in your relationships with others, and most importantly, with yourself.
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Life can feel overwhelming--but it doesn't have to. If you have experienced trauma, whether recurring or as an isolated incident, even the typical stresses of a normal day can provoke anxiety, fear, anger, or withdrawal. Luckily, therapy can provide you tools to deal with life's challenges, enabling you to minimize your stress levels and continue your personal growth. I will guide you to increased happiness and well-being by supporting you in exploring and enacting lasting, positive changes in your relationships with others, and most importantly, with yourself.
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My work is grounded in a relational and body-oriented approach to therapy. I draw on the immense resources of the body-- its rich wisdom to support the cultivation of mindful presence, internal resource, gentle self inquiry/guidance and embodiment. Creating space for you to listen to your voice and inner experience allows for both depth and breath of understanding, as well as authentic expression and acceptance.
(415) 483-7117
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My work is grounded in a relational and body-oriented approach to therapy. I draw on the immense resources of the body-- its rich wisdom to support the cultivation of mindful presence, internal resource, gentle self inquiry/guidance and embodiment. Creating space for you to listen to your voice and inner experience allows for both depth and breath of understanding, as well as authentic expression and acceptance.
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I believe that therapy is a gift that a person can give themself. It is a journey that enables a person to join with me to figure out what may be getting in the way of living their best life. Starting therapy takes courage. I have 24 years of experience working in this field. I believe that each of us deserves to live our best life and that working with me, people come to new places of self-acceptance, forgiveness, self-awareness, resiliency and can go on to realize more of their hopes and dreams.
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I believe that therapy is a gift that a person can give themself. It is a journey that enables a person to join with me to figure out what may be getting in the way of living their best life. Starting therapy takes courage. I have 24 years of experience working in this field. I believe that each of us deserves to live our best life and that working with me, people come to new places of self-acceptance, forgiveness, self-awareness, resiliency and can go on to realize more of their hopes and dreams.
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My approach is centered on growth & healing. I treat mental health as inseparable from the full breadth of your personality & lived experience. I work with anxiety, depression, major life changes & also with the ongoing effects of earlier traumas. I can support you in the grieving & in the discovery of new routes to meaning & purpose. Other areas of focus include developing creativity/self-expression, cultivating healthy relationships, & support for caregivers & those living with illness.
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My approach is centered on growth & healing. I treat mental health as inseparable from the full breadth of your personality & lived experience. I work with anxiety, depression, major life changes & also with the ongoing effects of earlier traumas. I can support you in the grieving & in the discovery of new routes to meaning & purpose. Other areas of focus include developing creativity/self-expression, cultivating healthy relationships, & support for caregivers & those living with illness.
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Over the years, I have come to understand that many of our difficulties with work and/or relationships can be traced to some forms of disconnection internally and externally, sometime manifested as depression, anxiety, existential angst, eating disorder, or addiction. I view therapy as a continuous in-depth conversation with another person in order to mend past traumas, reconnect with self and others, and develop a new perspective on life. I will bring to this journey curiosity, compassion, knowledge, experiences, and a commitment to help you strive for a healthier and more balanced life.
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Over the years, I have come to understand that many of our difficulties with work and/or relationships can be traced to some forms of disconnection internally and externally, sometime manifested as depression, anxiety, existential angst, eating disorder, or addiction. I view therapy as a continuous in-depth conversation with another person in order to mend past traumas, reconnect with self and others, and develop a new perspective on life. I will bring to this journey curiosity, compassion, knowledge, experiences, and a commitment to help you strive for a healthier and more balanced life.
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In therapy, establishing a strong rapport and a collaborative relationship with you is central to my approach, because it is ultimately you who holds the essential knowledge of Self. Individuals and problems are unique; sometimes solution oriented approaches are warranted, and other times insight and exploration help to provide clarification and relief. With support, compassion, and curiosity, you can begin to expand a self-awareness that will help you live authentically.
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In therapy, establishing a strong rapport and a collaborative relationship with you is central to my approach, because it is ultimately you who holds the essential knowledge of Self. Individuals and problems are unique; sometimes solution oriented approaches are warranted, and other times insight and exploration help to provide clarification and relief. With support, compassion, and curiosity, you can begin to expand a self-awareness that will help you live authentically.
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I imagine you are looking through this list because you've become stuck in something. Something big or small but it feels bad and you want help getting unstuck. It might be something new and unfamiliar or something too well known and you're tired of history repeating itself. I believe history does not have to repeat itself. Emotions can shift and patterns of behavior can change. It's not simple, easy or fast. There is comfort in the familiar and it takes bravery to change. But in the right environment, with the right help, change is possible.
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I imagine you are looking through this list because you've become stuck in something. Something big or small but it feels bad and you want help getting unstuck. It might be something new and unfamiliar or something too well known and you're tired of history repeating itself. I believe history does not have to repeat itself. Emotions can shift and patterns of behavior can change. It's not simple, easy or fast. There is comfort in the familiar and it takes bravery to change. But in the right environment, with the right help, change is possible.
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My training is based in a combination of psychodynamic and experiential psychotherapy. My emphasis is to facilitate a therapeutic relationship where vulnerable feelings can be safely expressed. Symptoms of anxiety, depression, addiction... can be seen as invitations from the psyche to explore our internal world with understanding and compassion. Psychotherapy provides a safe place for this internal exploration within a caring relationship of respect.
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My training is based in a combination of psychodynamic and experiential psychotherapy. My emphasis is to facilitate a therapeutic relationship where vulnerable feelings can be safely expressed. Symptoms of anxiety, depression, addiction... can be seen as invitations from the psyche to explore our internal world with understanding and compassion. Psychotherapy provides a safe place for this internal exploration within a caring relationship of respect.
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Hi! I received my graduate training in psychology at Harvard, Stanford, and UC Berkeley and am currently faculty at USF and UC Berkeley. In addition, I serve as supervisory faculty liaison to major hospitals in San Francisco. In my clinical work, I use a warm, collaborative approach and evidence-based psychotherapies to help clients bring out their strengths, release old habit patterns, and create the lives they want. I work with clients with a wide range of psychological concerns and cultural backgrounds but specialize in Asian American cross-cultural adjustment, particularly with regard to interpersonal relationships, and in spiritual growth.
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Hi! I received my graduate training in psychology at Harvard, Stanford, and UC Berkeley and am currently faculty at USF and UC Berkeley. In addition, I serve as supervisory faculty liaison to major hospitals in San Francisco. In my clinical work, I use a warm, collaborative approach and evidence-based psychotherapies to help clients bring out their strengths, release old habit patterns, and create the lives they want. I work with clients with a wide range of psychological concerns and cultural backgrounds but specialize in Asian American cross-cultural adjustment, particularly with regard to interpersonal relationships, and in spiritual growth.
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Perhaps you or your child are unhappy, anxious, angry, or grieving. Maybe you are recovering from trauma, adjusting to divorce, finding relationships difficult, coming to terms with a bipolar diagnosis, seeking personal growth, or discovering your identity. To begin psychotherapy is to explore the complexity of who and how you are—the sum total of your life experiences, temperament, culture, relationships, and more. Through insight into both formative experiences and present-day struggles and strengths, we will come to understand and address what is interfering with you having the life you desire.
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Perhaps you or your child are unhappy, anxious, angry, or grieving. Maybe you are recovering from trauma, adjusting to divorce, finding relationships difficult, coming to terms with a bipolar diagnosis, seeking personal growth, or discovering your identity. To begin psychotherapy is to explore the complexity of who and how you are—the sum total of your life experiences, temperament, culture, relationships, and more. Through insight into both formative experiences and present-day struggles and strengths, we will come to understand and address what is interfering with you having the life you desire.
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As your therapist, I maintain curiosity about your unique perspective, assessing your threshold for growth within your cultural context. I work with you, tailoring the work to your need. I utilize various modalities, including somatic, art and play therapy. I work with you in the present moment, accessing and resolving past traumatic experiences. I work with individuals, couples, families and children.
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As your therapist, I maintain curiosity about your unique perspective, assessing your threshold for growth within your cultural context. I work with you, tailoring the work to your need. I utilize various modalities, including somatic, art and play therapy. I work with you in the present moment, accessing and resolving past traumatic experiences. I work with individuals, couples, families and children.
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I work with people of all ages and diverse backgrounds facing various kinds of transition. Each new phase of life may bring changes that cause us to adapt and grow in somewhat unpredictable ways. Sometimes hurts from our past arise and get in our way. Whatever you're facing, my goal is to work with you to find unique strengths and creative solutions that allow you to thrive in the midst of change.
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I work with people of all ages and diverse backgrounds facing various kinds of transition. Each new phase of life may bring changes that cause us to adapt and grow in somewhat unpredictable ways. Sometimes hurts from our past arise and get in our way. Whatever you're facing, my goal is to work with you to find unique strengths and creative solutions that allow you to thrive in the midst of change.
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**I am currently accepting new clients** Symptoms are not just painful annoyances, they are signs that point us to unfinished discovery and growth. Although I do offer a path to feeling better, staying better takes a commitment to engaging in deeper work beyond easy answers. This work is enlivening and opens out onto new ways of thinking and being. I specialize in supporting those struggling with depression, anger, anxiety, trauma, and grief, who are driven to understand and live further into their unique truth.
(628) 400-0801
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**I am currently accepting new clients** Symptoms are not just painful annoyances, they are signs that point us to unfinished discovery and growth. Although I do offer a path to feeling better, staying better takes a commitment to engaging in deeper work beyond easy answers. This work is enlivening and opens out onto new ways of thinking and being. I specialize in supporting those struggling with depression, anger, anxiety, trauma, and grief, who are driven to understand and live further into their unique truth.

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