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"I have extensive experience as a therapist working with individuals, couples & families. I communicate genuine care & respect, empathy & non-judgment which creates an environment of safety & understanding, while a belief in goal-oriented therapy promotes positive shifts & sustainable changes. My clinical orientation is informed by psychodynamic, narrative & family systems theories."
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"You will feel it when you sit with me, this is my life's calling. I was lucky enough to walk the path of healing from an early age because of a devastating life trauma. This brought me to my deep understanding of the healing process. I am committed to accompanying you and catalyzing your journey to health, self-love, ease in relationship and empowerment in the world. My ideal client is going through change, loss, or questioning, needs support and desires a deeper connection to themselves, and satisfaction from their life. Check out my podcast The Healing Feeling Sh*t Show, a free course in emotional healing to sense how I work."
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"You will feel it when you sit with me, this is my life's calling. I was lucky enough to walk the path of healing from an early age because of a devastating life trauma. This brought me to my deep understanding of the healing process. I am committed to accompanying you and catalyzing your journey to health, self-love, ease in relationship and empowerment in the world. My ideal client is going through change, loss, or questioning, needs support and desires a deeper connection to themselves, and satisfaction from their life. Check out my podcast The Healing Feeling Sh*t Show, a free course in emotional healing to sense how I work."
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"I welcome those into my practice who are struggling with a range of issues, including depression, anxiety, and PTSD. I have over ten years of experience working with adults, children and families. I have worked with adults and teens who have come to seek treatment for various types of developmental traumas such as childhood physical and sexual abuse, neglect, as well as single incident trauma. I welcome anyone who is looking to create a safe working alliance through which to explore issues with boundaries and self care, whereby I can assist you in the cultivation of a compassionate inner awareness."
(510) 488-6569
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"I welcome those into my practice who are struggling with a range of issues, including depression, anxiety, and PTSD. I have over ten years of experience working with adults, children and families. I have worked with adults and teens who have come to seek treatment for various types of developmental traumas such as childhood physical and sexual abuse, neglect, as well as single incident trauma. I welcome anyone who is looking to create a safe working alliance through which to explore issues with boundaries and self care, whereby I can assist you in the cultivation of a compassionate inner awareness."
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"I work with the belief that all beings have the inherent ability to be well and their best selves. Through traumatic experiences, the pace of life, and other circumstances that challenge us, we can lose our way. We'll explore your internal inspiration, and the needs and strengths that might have become buried over time and what in the external pieces of your life, work, relationships, habits and stressors can be addressed with a focus on moving you forward to life you deserve to have."
(510) 735-8488
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"I work with the belief that all beings have the inherent ability to be well and their best selves. Through traumatic experiences, the pace of life, and other circumstances that challenge us, we can lose our way. We'll explore your internal inspiration, and the needs and strengths that might have become buried over time and what in the external pieces of your life, work, relationships, habits and stressors can be addressed with a focus on moving you forward to life you deserve to have."
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"I have been a practicing psychotherapist since 1987. In working with clients I use an eclectic approach, drawing on techniques from Cognitive Behavioral, Gestalt, mindfulness training and other models. My role is to help you help yourself. I will use my training and experience to suggest alternative solutions and perspectives. My belief is that it is important to pay attention to your thoughts, feelings, and actions, as well as the possible spiritual components of your life. Together we will develop a treatment plan to assist you in reaching your goals. Lea Barrow, MFT "
(510) 398-4774
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"I have been a practicing psychotherapist since 1987. In working with clients I use an eclectic approach, drawing on techniques from Cognitive Behavioral, Gestalt, mindfulness training and other models. My role is to help you help yourself. I will use my training and experience to suggest alternative solutions and perspectives. My belief is that it is important to pay attention to your thoughts, feelings, and actions, as well as the possible spiritual components of your life. Together we will develop a treatment plan to assist you in reaching your goals. Lea Barrow, MFT "
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"I offer couple's counseling sessions which shift stuck patterns in relationships and create lasting change.Being in a relationship can be very difficult. It can also be one of the most rewarding aspects of your life. Many couples are isolated and wait until the relationship is in dire straights before reaching out to get support. But there are some really basic tools that can make being in relationship so easy. Your relationship can thrive! Couple's therapy can be incredibly supportive. Take the time to give your relationship the tools that it needs to be successful!"
(510) 992-6185
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"I offer couple's counseling sessions which shift stuck patterns in relationships and create lasting change.Being in a relationship can be very difficult. It can also be one of the most rewarding aspects of your life. Many couples are isolated and wait until the relationship is in dire straights before reaching out to get support. But there are some really basic tools that can make being in relationship so easy. Your relationship can thrive! Couple's therapy can be incredibly supportive. Take the time to give your relationship the tools that it needs to be successful!"
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"Our lives are upended right now. Your routines have been altered and traditional coping mechanisms during this time of uncertainty aren't available. You may be worried about friends, family or your livelihoods. In the case of first responders and medical personnel, you are on the frontlines. I understand how hard and impossible it can seem, but it’s possible to feel better in the face of this tremendous adversity. Together we can explore, strengthen and build skills to help get through this difficult time. This won't be easy, but therapy can help. "
(510) 646-1046
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"Our lives are upended right now. Your routines have been altered and traditional coping mechanisms during this time of uncertainty aren't available. You may be worried about friends, family or your livelihoods. In the case of first responders and medical personnel, you are on the frontlines. I understand how hard and impossible it can seem, but it’s possible to feel better in the face of this tremendous adversity. Together we can explore, strengthen and build skills to help get through this difficult time. This won't be easy, but therapy can help. "
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"Struggle and suffering in your life, your relationship, or family can provide surprising opportunities to cultivate resilience, fulfilling connection, and lasting meaning. Therapy with me is a collaborative process. I work with individuals, couples, and families to develop a framework that will foster nourishing joy and holistic health. I welcome clients who experience social/racial oppression. If you struggle with communication, satisfaction, depression, meaning, or difficulty during life transitions, you will find resonance with my mindfulness-based somatic and narrative approach. I work best with clients who seek to ease suffering and aim for transformation."
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"Struggle and suffering in your life, your relationship, or family can provide surprising opportunities to cultivate resilience, fulfilling connection, and lasting meaning. Therapy with me is a collaborative process. I work with individuals, couples, and families to develop a framework that will foster nourishing joy and holistic health. I welcome clients who experience social/racial oppression. If you struggle with communication, satisfaction, depression, meaning, or difficulty during life transitions, you will find resonance with my mindfulness-based somatic and narrative approach. I work best with clients who seek to ease suffering and aim for transformation."
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"I help people who feel they have lost their way, people who are struggling with anxiety or depression or lack of purpose. By naming behavioral and emotional patterns that obstruct true wellness, and through creating pathways that lead to greater authenticity and self-expression, I help clients live fuller and more hopeful lives. "
(510) 851-9354
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"I help people who feel they have lost their way, people who are struggling with anxiety or depression or lack of purpose. By naming behavioral and emotional patterns that obstruct true wellness, and through creating pathways that lead to greater authenticity and self-expression, I help clients live fuller and more hopeful lives. "
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
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"You may be coping with chronic illness, or life-limiting illness, or someone important to you has died. You might be concerned about 'burdening' your loved ones with the depth and breadth of your grief. Maybe you are feeling extra irritable, or have trouble concentrating, or remembering things, or you have new body pains. The sadness may feel unbearable, but you still find moments of contentment and wonder if those will come more often again. You want to know what your grief trajectory will look like. You want to feel there is something on the other side of this. "
(510) 692-4609
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"You may be coping with chronic illness, or life-limiting illness, or someone important to you has died. You might be concerned about 'burdening' your loved ones with the depth and breadth of your grief. Maybe you are feeling extra irritable, or have trouble concentrating, or remembering things, or you have new body pains. The sadness may feel unbearable, but you still find moments of contentment and wonder if those will come more often again. You want to know what your grief trajectory will look like. You want to feel there is something on the other side of this. "
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"I feel the theraputic experience is a rich and exciting way for someone to reach their full potential. We all have feelings at times that "something is missing". These are real feelings and will be explored through our relationship. I believe everyone is unique. I don't have a "cookie cutter" approach to treating people. We will get to know each other and deal with the issues together. I work from a psychodynamic viewpoint.I feel everything that you have gone through as a child, young adult, and adult is connected. Our job will be to put the puzzle together."
(510) 771-7950
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"I feel the theraputic experience is a rich and exciting way for someone to reach their full potential. We all have feelings at times that "something is missing". These are real feelings and will be explored through our relationship. I believe everyone is unique. I don't have a "cookie cutter" approach to treating people. We will get to know each other and deal with the issues together. I work from a psychodynamic viewpoint.I feel everything that you have gone through as a child, young adult, and adult is connected. Our job will be to put the puzzle together."
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"I have been in practice for more than 30 years, seeing adults, older adolescents and couples presenting with a range of issues. My clients deal with transitions in life, school, work and relationships; they may need healing from past abuse or current loss; they may be facing existential, identity or situational crises. I engage actively with my clients and am influenced by a social/feminist perspective, common sense and a good sense of humor."
(510) 404-8350
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"I have been in practice for more than 30 years, seeing adults, older adolescents and couples presenting with a range of issues. My clients deal with transitions in life, school, work and relationships; they may need healing from past abuse or current loss; they may be facing existential, identity or situational crises. I engage actively with my clients and am influenced by a social/feminist perspective, common sense and a good sense of humor."
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Marriage & Family Therapist, M.Ed, MA, LMFT
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"You just want to feel happy, to wake up and to actually feel excited about your day. You can't remember the last time you didn't feel stressed or rushed. You miss the old you, the you that used to smile, play with the kids, have fun with your partner. Imagine what it would feel like to slow down just a bit, to feel less stressed. Imagine what it would be like to feel calm, happy, and confident as you went through you day. Imagine what could change if you were able to start feeling good again."
(619) 375-1038
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"You just want to feel happy, to wake up and to actually feel excited about your day. You can't remember the last time you didn't feel stressed or rushed. You miss the old you, the you that used to smile, play with the kids, have fun with your partner. Imagine what it would feel like to slow down just a bit, to feel less stressed. Imagine what it would be like to feel calm, happy, and confident as you went through you day. Imagine what could change if you were able to start feeling good again."
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"I work with individuals, couples and families who are experiencing relationship issues, stress and life transitions. The therapy involves an interactive, problem-solving and insight-oriented approach. I use a relational, developmental attachment and family systems model to help my clients become more of who they aspire to be."
(510) 466-1119
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"I work with individuals, couples and families who are experiencing relationship issues, stress and life transitions. The therapy involves an interactive, problem-solving and insight-oriented approach. I use a relational, developmental attachment and family systems model to help my clients become more of who they aspire to be."
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"I work with adults, teens, and couples struggling with depression, anxiety, and the inability to effectively communicate. With individuals, I help reframe challenges and liberate talents, especially in men alienated from the economy and meaningful purpose. I taught for years in a high school, and thus am comfortable working with adolescents. My orientation is eclectic, however I draw mostly from psychodynamic and relational theory, as well as CBT techniques. I find these approaches complementary, even necessary to establish a holistic treatment plan."
(510) 296-5537
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"I work with adults, teens, and couples struggling with depression, anxiety, and the inability to effectively communicate. With individuals, I help reframe challenges and liberate talents, especially in men alienated from the economy and meaningful purpose. I taught for years in a high school, and thus am comfortable working with adolescents. My orientation is eclectic, however I draw mostly from psychodynamic and relational theory, as well as CBT techniques. I find these approaches complementary, even necessary to establish a holistic treatment plan."
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"I have worked with men, women and teenagers for many years, and have worked as a therapist and facilitated groups in high schools, counseling centers, and independent programs for teenagers of all genders and men of all ages, as well as co-founding. Young Men Coming of Age, a mentoring program. I have participated in men's work for over 20 years in many different contexts and roles. I also lead a successful career as a professional musician, and bring the sensitivity and soulfulness of an artist to my work with clients."
(415) 300-2737
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"I have worked with men, women and teenagers for many years, and have worked as a therapist and facilitated groups in high schools, counseling centers, and independent programs for teenagers of all genders and men of all ages, as well as co-founding. Young Men Coming of Age, a mentoring program. I have participated in men's work for over 20 years in many different contexts and roles. I also lead a successful career as a professional musician, and bring the sensitivity and soulfulness of an artist to my work with clients."
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"There are usually two types of reasons people come into therapy. One is that find themselves making the same mistakes over and over again and they want to do something different, but are just not sure how. The other is that they have been carrying around a deep pain in their life that they want to resolve. Often these things are connected. This is why I work with you on two levels. I help you change the current unwanted behavior, while also helping you resolve issues from your past that may be effecting your reactions."
(510) 878-4296
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"There are usually two types of reasons people come into therapy. One is that find themselves making the same mistakes over and over again and they want to do something different, but are just not sure how. The other is that they have been carrying around a deep pain in their life that they want to resolve. Often these things are connected. This is why I work with you on two levels. I help you change the current unwanted behavior, while also helping you resolve issues from your past that may be effecting your reactions."
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Marriage & Family Therapist, MFT, MA, LMP
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"Are you feeling lost and stuck in life? Having tension and conflict in your relationships? Feeling stressed or unfulfilled by your career? Feeling too many emotions you don’t know what to do with? I would love to be here for you and help you understand what is happening in your life and how you can heal, grow, and transform yourself to be living your best life possible. I am a Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist, Certified Somatic Ecotherapist, and Certified Holistic Health Practitioner. "
(925) 900-5373
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"Are you feeling lost and stuck in life? Having tension and conflict in your relationships? Feeling stressed or unfulfilled by your career? Feeling too many emotions you don’t know what to do with? I would love to be here for you and help you understand what is happening in your life and how you can heal, grow, and transform yourself to be living your best life possible. I am a Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist, Certified Somatic Ecotherapist, and Certified Holistic Health Practitioner. "
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"We all have the capacity to live fulfilling and creative lives, but sometimes difficult circumstances overwhelm us, or we find ourselves in painful relational patterns. I see the transformative power of psychotherapy help people make lasting changes in how they relate to themselves and others, and move beyond protective patterns that limit their capacity for satisfaction and joy. In our collaborative relationship, we will explore your inner world, and when appropriate, the impact of family, gender, culture, sexual orientation, class, temperament, current relationships, life stage, and daily stressors on you and your life."
(510) 394-3556
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"We all have the capacity to live fulfilling and creative lives, but sometimes difficult circumstances overwhelm us, or we find ourselves in painful relational patterns. I see the transformative power of psychotherapy help people make lasting changes in how they relate to themselves and others, and move beyond protective patterns that limit their capacity for satisfaction and joy. In our collaborative relationship, we will explore your inner world, and when appropriate, the impact of family, gender, culture, sexual orientation, class, temperament, current relationships, life stage, and daily stressors on you and your life."
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"Every patient is unique, and so is every therapist. I have lived and practiced therapy in two very different cultures, which has given me insight into culturally specific and universal issues that underlie personal and interpersonal conflicts. I approach every client with acceptance and understanding, providing them with a compassionate space for exploring challenges and obstacles to happiness in themselves and their relationships. I enjoy working with people of all ages and backgrounds, seeking to understand each client's worldview and to help them to discover their own solutions to the difficulties they face, including anxiety, depression, and relationship conflicts."
(858) 352-7322
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"Every patient is unique, and so is every therapist. I have lived and practiced therapy in two very different cultures, which has given me insight into culturally specific and universal issues that underlie personal and interpersonal conflicts. I approach every client with acceptance and understanding, providing them with a compassionate space for exploring challenges and obstacles to happiness in themselves and their relationships. I enjoy working with people of all ages and backgrounds, seeking to understand each client's worldview and to help them to discover their own solutions to the difficulties they face, including anxiety, depression, and relationship conflicts."

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