Marriage & Family Therapist Associate, MA
Verified by Psychology Today
"I believe in the wisdom of the body, it is constantly communicating something to you, and your emotions are the messenger. I want to help you become an expert at your own body language so that you can heal what has happened to you, and make room for the truth of your soul, by learning to listen to your body's deepest desires. "
(844) 283-5906
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"I believe in the wisdom of the body, it is constantly communicating something to you, and your emotions are the messenger. I want to help you become an expert at your own body language so that you can heal what has happened to you, and make room for the truth of your soul, by learning to listen to your body's deepest desires. "
Harmony J Satre, Psychologist
Psychologist, BA, MA, PsyD
Verified by Psychology Today
"Welcome! I know that finding the right therapist can be a difficult process. The basis of good therapy is established through openness and trust, which can be hard to glean from a few words on an internet profile. I hope that you will give me a call so that I or my office staff can answer your questions, and to see if we might be a good match! You can also visit my website to learn more about me and the associates whom I supervise, who offer unique specialties of their own."
(510) 224-5475
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"Welcome! I know that finding the right therapist can be a difficult process. The basis of good therapy is established through openness and trust, which can be hard to glean from a few words on an internet profile. I hope that you will give me a call so that I or my office staff can answer your questions, and to see if we might be a good match! You can also visit my website to learn more about me and the associates whom I supervise, who offer unique specialties of their own."
Jessica Youseffi, Marriage & Family Therapist Associate
Marriage & Family Therapist Associate, MA, AMFT, APCC
Verified by Psychology Today
"Are you feeling stressed-out, anxious, overwhelmed, and unsure about what to do? Do you sometimes believe that there's something wrong with you? Are you tired of beating yourself up and not feeling good enough? I work with individuals who struggle with low self-esteem, self-criticism, depression & anxiety. After working with me, my clients report feeling more grounded and confident in their own skin. They are better able to navigate relationships, life transitions, and work-related stress. I'll support you to feel at home in yourself, and be more free to live the life you want."
(213) 319-6292
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"Are you feeling stressed-out, anxious, overwhelmed, and unsure about what to do? Do you sometimes believe that there's something wrong with you? Are you tired of beating yourself up and not feeling good enough? I work with individuals who struggle with low self-esteem, self-criticism, depression & anxiety. After working with me, my clients report feeling more grounded and confident in their own skin. They are better able to navigate relationships, life transitions, and work-related stress. I'll support you to feel at home in yourself, and be more free to live the life you want."
Sarah McCartney, Marriage & Family Therapist
Marriage & Family Therapist, MS, MFT
Verified by Psychology Today
"Are you a lesbian couple in the process of deciding to become parents? Are you an individual seeking support while you and your partner are thinking about beginning a family? There are unique decisions that you may be currently facing such as, pregnancy or adoption, which partner will become pregnant, and how will both partners feel involved as parents. It is important for you to have a safe space to explore these questions. There are feelings that accompany the decisions that you are making, and partners may feel differently. This sometimes challenges the connection between you."
(510) 246-3475
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"Are you a lesbian couple in the process of deciding to become parents? Are you an individual seeking support while you and your partner are thinking about beginning a family? There are unique decisions that you may be currently facing such as, pregnancy or adoption, which partner will become pregnant, and how will both partners feel involved as parents. It is important for you to have a safe space to explore these questions. There are feelings that accompany the decisions that you are making, and partners may feel differently. This sometimes challenges the connection between you."
Deborah Yarock, Marriage & Family Therapist
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
Verified by Psychology Today
"For the past 30 years, I have supported people navigating anxiety, stress, addictions and overwhelm to rediscover their aliveness, agency, and the gifts that can come from even the most difficult experiences. As a highly interactive and warm person, I believe the quality of our therapeutic relationship is a major part of healing. Deeply intuitive and strength based by nature, I help you recognize your innate wisdom to creatively reshape your life. In the supportive environment of therapy, you are invited to unfold at your very own pace while facing challenges and perceived limitations."
(510) 398-6926
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"For the past 30 years, I have supported people navigating anxiety, stress, addictions and overwhelm to rediscover their aliveness, agency, and the gifts that can come from even the most difficult experiences. As a highly interactive and warm person, I believe the quality of our therapeutic relationship is a major part of healing. Deeply intuitive and strength based by nature, I help you recognize your innate wisdom to creatively reshape your life. In the supportive environment of therapy, you are invited to unfold at your very own pace while facing challenges and perceived limitations."
Emily Harris, Psychologist
Psychologist, PhD
"The therapy relationship offers the opportunity to better understand yourself and how you relate to others. The focus is solely on you, which means that unlike casual discussions with friends, you don't have the distraction of trying to manage someone else's difficulties as well as your own. This doesn't, however, mean that I'm a silent participant. I listen closely to you and share my observations and insights for both of us to consider. I believe that when we feel deeply understood and connected to someone else, change is possible."
(650) 864-8051
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"The therapy relationship offers the opportunity to better understand yourself and how you relate to others. The focus is solely on you, which means that unlike casual discussions with friends, you don't have the distraction of trying to manage someone else's difficulties as well as your own. This doesn't, however, mean that I'm a silent participant. I listen closely to you and share my observations and insights for both of us to consider. I believe that when we feel deeply understood and connected to someone else, change is possible."
Alexandra P. Jamali, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
Verified by Psychology Today
"I hold that you may have many feelings about beginning therapy and what has led you here. In my view, an effective therapy is one where honesty and candor about such experiences, may be received with support and understanding. This generates change. My approach is thoughtful, kind and curious. I work relationally and psychodynamically, meaning collaboration, dialogue and careful consideration of how past informs present-day obstacles is taken-up and explored. Through this process, connections are made that facilitate a deeper understanding of you, your relationships, and importantly, offer some relief from punishing patterns."
(510) 900-5477
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"I hold that you may have many feelings about beginning therapy and what has led you here. In my view, an effective therapy is one where honesty and candor about such experiences, may be received with support and understanding. This generates change. My approach is thoughtful, kind and curious. I work relationally and psychodynamically, meaning collaboration, dialogue and careful consideration of how past informs present-day obstacles is taken-up and explored. Through this process, connections are made that facilitate a deeper understanding of you, your relationships, and importantly, offer some relief from punishing patterns."
Tap Into Freedom Integrative Psychotherapy, Psychologist
Psychologist, EdD
Verified by Psychology Today
"Are you feeling stressed or anxious, or are thinking too much? Kind of stuck, even though you've tried different things? I have 20+ years of experience helping people like you find relief from stress, anxiety and worry, so that they feel freed up and happier in their lives. We all get stuck sometimes. If you're ready for relief and clarity on how to feel more calm and in true control, contact me for a free 15 minute phone consult. We'll talk about what emotional freedom can mean for you and your life right now."
(925) 308-5559
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"Are you feeling stressed or anxious, or are thinking too much? Kind of stuck, even though you've tried different things? I have 20+ years of experience helping people like you find relief from stress, anxiety and worry, so that they feel freed up and happier in their lives. We all get stuck sometimes. If you're ready for relief and clarity on how to feel more calm and in true control, contact me for a free 15 minute phone consult. We'll talk about what emotional freedom can mean for you and your life right now."
Dana Cole, Marriage & Family Therapist
Marriage & Family Therapist, MFT
Verified by Psychology Today
"Most people looking for a relationship therapist wish they could make changes, but don't know how. What they have tried has not worked. Everyone has irresolvable issues. Never do we have the exact same desire for money in the bank, sexual frequency, social activities, neatness, or parenting ideas (etc.) This is built-in conflict. This built-in conflict carries with it the seeds for growth and connection that would not happen in any other way. Living in distress is so awful and so curable. What I do is start with creating safety, so it is safe for you to talk to your partner and be heard, from there needed conversations can occur."
(510) 878-4737
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"Most people looking for a relationship therapist wish they could make changes, but don't know how. What they have tried has not worked. Everyone has irresolvable issues. Never do we have the exact same desire for money in the bank, sexual frequency, social activities, neatness, or parenting ideas (etc.) This is built-in conflict. This built-in conflict carries with it the seeds for growth and connection that would not happen in any other way. Living in distress is so awful and so curable. What I do is start with creating safety, so it is safe for you to talk to your partner and be heard, from there needed conversations can occur."
Ann Gildersleeve, Psychologist
Psychologist, PhD
Verified by Psychology Today
"As a clinician, I have been privileged to work with people as they transform their difficulties from the past into a richer, more functioning fabric of the present. I have been in practice for over 30 years, working with adults, adolescents and couples. I utilize EMDR for the treatment of trauma, anxiety, and for performance enhancement. I also work extensively in the treatment of alcoholism and other addictions, often treating family members of the addicted/alcoholic individual. In recent years I have been involved in the treatment of firefighters, police, and other First Responders."
(510) 239-5485
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"As a clinician, I have been privileged to work with people as they transform their difficulties from the past into a richer, more functioning fabric of the present. I have been in practice for over 30 years, working with adults, adolescents and couples. I utilize EMDR for the treatment of trauma, anxiety, and for performance enhancement. I also work extensively in the treatment of alcoholism and other addictions, often treating family members of the addicted/alcoholic individual. In recent years I have been involved in the treatment of firefighters, police, and other First Responders."
Apryl 'Avry' Todd, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
Verified by Psychology Today
"I believe strongly in the power of healing though creating a safe, supportive, and non-judgmental space for you to explore your unique experience. My goal is to help you connect with your innate inner strengths, deepen self-understanding and insight, and build skills that foster healing and resilience. I provide short-term solution-focused counseling, as well as long-term in-depth therapy for adults seeking support around a variety of issues. My clients describe me as warm, engaging, and caring. "
(510) 824-8249
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"I believe strongly in the power of healing though creating a safe, supportive, and non-judgmental space for you to explore your unique experience. My goal is to help you connect with your innate inner strengths, deepen self-understanding and insight, and build skills that foster healing and resilience. I provide short-term solution-focused counseling, as well as long-term in-depth therapy for adults seeking support around a variety of issues. My clients describe me as warm, engaging, and caring. "
Shenaaz Janmohamed, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
Verified by Psychology Today
"I utilize both relational theory and mindfulness practice as grounding principles of my therapy style. Relational work is based on the idea that through our relationships and knowing how we operate within them, we can better understand ourselves and grow to our fullest potentials. Mindfulness practice seeks to observe and notice our reactions to experiences - from the most minute to the largest, for the purposes of decreasing our suffering. I seek to support people in healing from interpersonal, familiar, societal, systemic, and historical traumas. I provide psychotherapy for individuals, those in relationships (couples, poly, friendships, etc) and families."
(510) 306-7558
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"I utilize both relational theory and mindfulness practice as grounding principles of my therapy style. Relational work is based on the idea that through our relationships and knowing how we operate within them, we can better understand ourselves and grow to our fullest potentials. Mindfulness practice seeks to observe and notice our reactions to experiences - from the most minute to the largest, for the purposes of decreasing our suffering. I seek to support people in healing from interpersonal, familiar, societal, systemic, and historical traumas. I provide psychotherapy for individuals, those in relationships (couples, poly, friendships, etc) and families."
Nicole Poell, Psychologist
Psychologist, PsyD
Verified by Psychology Today
"Right now, you are doing something very courageous! You are taking the first step toward a more meaningful and rich life. You might sense that your thoughts and feelings are holding you back from truly living your life. You might have had traumatic life experience(s) that shaped your life in a way that is unfulfilling and terrifying. You might feel plagued by depression and/or anxiety, feel uncomfortable in your own skin or as if you are not performing to your best abilities. I want to commend you for taking this step and I would feel honored to be on this journey with you, helping you live a more satisfying, engaged and full life."
(510) 849-6755
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"Right now, you are doing something very courageous! You are taking the first step toward a more meaningful and rich life. You might sense that your thoughts and feelings are holding you back from truly living your life. You might have had traumatic life experience(s) that shaped your life in a way that is unfulfilling and terrifying. You might feel plagued by depression and/or anxiety, feel uncomfortable in your own skin or as if you are not performing to your best abilities. I want to commend you for taking this step and I would feel honored to be on this journey with you, helping you live a more satisfying, engaged and full life."
Monica Lois Psychotherapy, Marriage & Family Therapist Associate
Marriage & Family Therapist Associate
Verified by Psychology Today
"YOU MAY BENEFIT FROM THERAPY IF... * You are tired of repeating hurtful patterns in your life * You’re seeking rich and satisfying relationships * You’re craving connection, presence, and intimacy in your life * You’ve experienced trauma and need support * You feel depressed, anxious, or lost * You want to learn stress management skills * You are seeking support while navigating a life transition or loss * You would like to know yourself more deeply."
(510) 319-1012
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"YOU MAY BENEFIT FROM THERAPY IF... * You are tired of repeating hurtful patterns in your life * You’re seeking rich and satisfying relationships * You’re craving connection, presence, and intimacy in your life * You’ve experienced trauma and need support * You feel depressed, anxious, or lost * You want to learn stress management skills * You are seeking support while navigating a life transition or loss * You would like to know yourself more deeply."
Nicole Justine Byrne, Marriage & Family Therapist
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
Verified by Psychology Today
"You feel frustrated with your anxiety and the more you try to understand it and make it go away, the larger your anxiety gets. You have regular visits from your inner critic that replays every detail of your conversation, all the ways you failed, and all the ways people will judge you for it. Your thoughts spiral out of control when someone makes a comment about you. From the outside, you’ve got it together. You’re tidy, well kept, and apologetic to a fault; it’s rare if someone doesn’t like you. But underneath, you’re depleted, exhausted, and anxious. Life feels out of balance and you’re worn out with worry and stress."
(510) 306-7979
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"You feel frustrated with your anxiety and the more you try to understand it and make it go away, the larger your anxiety gets. You have regular visits from your inner critic that replays every detail of your conversation, all the ways you failed, and all the ways people will judge you for it. Your thoughts spiral out of control when someone makes a comment about you. From the outside, you’ve got it together. You’re tidy, well kept, and apologetic to a fault; it’s rare if someone doesn’t like you. But underneath, you’re depleted, exhausted, and anxious. Life feels out of balance and you’re worn out with worry and stress."
Elana Morgulis, Marriage & Family Therapist
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT, E-RYT
Verified by Psychology Today
"Are you in a place in your life where big changes are happening both inside and outside yourself? You feel unsure of how to express and assert yourself in the world and relationships. You wish for more clarity and confidence. Maybe you feel alone in what you're going through. Therapy is a safe place to explore what's going on, to feel understood, supported, and find your voice. I believe healing happens when we can tend to all the parts of ourselves, light and dark. Wholeness arises when we can express and fully embrace who we really are."
(510) 241-4667
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"Are you in a place in your life where big changes are happening both inside and outside yourself? You feel unsure of how to express and assert yourself in the world and relationships. You wish for more clarity and confidence. Maybe you feel alone in what you're going through. Therapy is a safe place to explore what's going on, to feel understood, supported, and find your voice. I believe healing happens when we can tend to all the parts of ourselves, light and dark. Wholeness arises when we can express and fully embrace who we really are."
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, MFT
Verified by Psychology Today
"My ideal client is someone who has come to a point in life where they're asking: "What's next, is there more to life?" A person who wants to find his/her authentic self - which involves reaching beyond ego needs - possibly into their own version of spirituality. I can help you discover your true self. I look at my job to be more of as a guide than telling you what to do. "
(510) 876-4255
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"My ideal client is someone who has come to a point in life where they're asking: "What's next, is there more to life?" A person who wants to find his/her authentic self - which involves reaching beyond ego needs - possibly into their own version of spirituality. I can help you discover your true self. I look at my job to be more of as a guide than telling you what to do. "
Grady M Fort, Marriage & Family Therapist
Marriage & Family Therapist, MFT
Verified by Psychology Today
"I am a certified Emotionally Focused Couples Therapist, (CEFT) and I specialize in working with couples to address and remedy destructive communication, breaches in trust, infidelity issues, premarital counseling, and sexual incompatibility. My approach helps couples to reestablish a sense of connection by allowing couples to better understand the areas in their relationship where they have difficulty feeling that they each see eye-to-eye, by facilitating clearer communication of what both are needing from each other in order to feel more connected."
(510) 694-1083
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"I am a certified Emotionally Focused Couples Therapist, (CEFT) and I specialize in working with couples to address and remedy destructive communication, breaches in trust, infidelity issues, premarital counseling, and sexual incompatibility. My approach helps couples to reestablish a sense of connection by allowing couples to better understand the areas in their relationship where they have difficulty feeling that they each see eye-to-eye, by facilitating clearer communication of what both are needing from each other in order to feel more connected."
Betty Baskind, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
Verified by Psychology Today
"I believe that therapy is most helpful and successful within a safe, trusting relationship between the client and therapist. This includes helping people to identify their feelings and needs, and to see options for change. I provide gentle, non-judgmental feedback and pace the process to respect your boundaries. Some of my areas of specialization are: mother-daughter relationships, coping with cancer, loss and grief, relationship issues, living with chronic pain. My work with people includes a deep respect for the integrity of a person's life experiences, the power of an individual's pain and the desire to heal."
(925) 695-7922
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"I believe that therapy is most helpful and successful within a safe, trusting relationship between the client and therapist. This includes helping people to identify their feelings and needs, and to see options for change. I provide gentle, non-judgmental feedback and pace the process to respect your boundaries. Some of my areas of specialization are: mother-daughter relationships, coping with cancer, loss and grief, relationship issues, living with chronic pain. My work with people includes a deep respect for the integrity of a person's life experiences, the power of an individual's pain and the desire to heal."
Laura Condylis, Psychologist
Psychologist, PsyD
Verified by Psychology Today
"You are ready for a change. You may be overwhelmed by life, feel depressed or have difficulty connecting in relationships. Whatever your reason for searching for a psychologist, a part of you believes in the possibility of a better life."
(510) 953-4798
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"You are ready for a change. You may be overwhelmed by life, feel depressed or have difficulty connecting in relationships. Whatever your reason for searching for a psychologist, a part of you believes in the possibility of a better life."

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