Grateful Heart Holistic Therapy Center
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"Grateful Heart Holistic Therapy Center offers psychotherapy to individuals, families and couples throughout the Bay Area. Our services are offered by graduate-level marriage family therapy interns working under the supervision of licensed practitioners in more than 50 offices throughout San Francisco, the East Bay and Contra Costa County. To become part of our clinical team, each intern is carefully selected, not only for their sensitivity and skill but their commitment to providing respectful, responsive and compassionate care to our clients."
Adults
Hebrew
(510) 858-0916
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Adults
Hebrew
"Grateful Heart Holistic Therapy Center offers psychotherapy to individuals, families and couples throughout the Bay Area. Our services are offered by graduate-level marriage family therapy interns working under the supervision of licensed practitioners in more than 50 offices throughout San Francisco, the East Bay and Contra Costa County. To become part of our clinical team, each intern is carefully selected, not only for their sensitivity and skill but their commitment to providing respectful, responsive and compassionate care to our clients."
Evelyn Natalya Fleischman, Marriage & Family Therapist
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, MFT
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"I specialize in somatic psychotherapy, a body/mind approach that helps you change core beliefs and attitudes that are causing you suffering. I help you find out why you do what you do by having you study your unconscious through experiments in mindfulness. These experiments allow you to connect with the most authentic parts of yourself and heal the pain that is stopping you from living the life you deserve."
Adults
Hebrew
(510) 239-5301
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Adults
Hebrew
"I specialize in somatic psychotherapy, a body/mind approach that helps you change core beliefs and attitudes that are causing you suffering. I help you find out why you do what you do by having you study your unconscious through experiments in mindfulness. These experiments allow you to connect with the most authentic parts of yourself and heal the pain that is stopping you from living the life you deserve."
Eliyahu Dylan Sills, Marriage & Family Therapist
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
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Office is near:
Oakland, California 94609
"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."
Adults
Hebrew
(415) 300-2737
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Oakland, California 94609
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Adults
Hebrew
"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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Jennifer Bissell, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
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"If you feel as if you are alone or different than others you are not. Are you having difficulty focusing, enjoying activities and increased anxiety? Have you begun using alcohol or drugs? Do you find yourself isolating and making excuses to not see friends or family? There is nothing to be ashamed or embarrassed about. You could have a mental disorder. There is help, support and relief for your health issues. Starting therapy today will help you get your life back on track."
(510) 379-9116
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"If you feel as if you are alone or different than others you are not. Are you having difficulty focusing, enjoying activities and increased anxiety? Have you begun using alcohol or drugs? Do you find yourself isolating and making excuses to not see friends or family? There is nothing to be ashamed or embarrassed about. You could have a mental disorder. There is help, support and relief for your health issues. Starting therapy today will help you get your life back on track."
Jennifer Chen, Psychologist
Psychologist, PsyD
Verified by Psychology Today
"My approach to psychotherapy is based primarily on cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT) principles of exploring and understanding the connection between our thoughts, emotions, and behavior. I seek to create a safe, warm and nonjudgmental environment in therapy, while helping you to identify key patterns and specific barriers that are stopping you from living a more fulfilling life. The purpose of therapy is to help you to find new ways of relating to your thoughts and emotions, deepen awareness and insight into your patterns, and learn effective coping skills -- ultimately to help you attain your goals and foster balanced living."
(510) 694-0368
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"My approach to psychotherapy is based primarily on cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT) principles of exploring and understanding the connection between our thoughts, emotions, and behavior. I seek to create a safe, warm and nonjudgmental environment in therapy, while helping you to identify key patterns and specific barriers that are stopping you from living a more fulfilling life. The purpose of therapy is to help you to find new ways of relating to your thoughts and emotions, deepen awareness and insight into your patterns, and learn effective coping skills -- ultimately to help you attain your goals and foster balanced living."
Sandy Huynh, Marriage & Family Therapist Associate
Marriage & Family Therapist Associate, AMFT, #109905
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"My approach is warm, relational, and holistic. It is steeped in the principles of modern psychodynamic theory, the mind-body connection, my experience as a child of Vietnamese refugees, and my transition from the corporate world into psychotherapy. It is a brave and tremendous step to begin therapy and to invest in your own mental health and self discovery. I work with individuals, adolescents, couples, and families. It would be an honor to support your journey."
(510) 328-4109
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"My approach is warm, relational, and holistic. It is steeped in the principles of modern psychodynamic theory, the mind-body connection, my experience as a child of Vietnamese refugees, and my transition from the corporate world into psychotherapy. It is a brave and tremendous step to begin therapy and to invest in your own mental health and self discovery. I work with individuals, adolescents, couples, and families. It would be an honor to support your journey."
Addie Liechty Psychotherapy, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
Verified by Psychology Today
"My approach to therapy is primarily relational. I seek to create working relationships that include safety, attunement and trust. I do this through collaborating on goals and remaining non- judgmental and transparent with my reflections and questions. My interventions draw from psychodynamic theory, attachment and narrative therapy. I am interested in the unique experiences that have made you who you are and the patterns of behaviors, relationships and self-concepts that may or may not be serving you. We will work together to find compassion, healing and solutions towards more personal and relational fulfillment."
(510) 356-0264
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"My approach to therapy is primarily relational. I seek to create working relationships that include safety, attunement and trust. I do this through collaborating on goals and remaining non- judgmental and transparent with my reflections and questions. My interventions draw from psychodynamic theory, attachment and narrative therapy. I am interested in the unique experiences that have made you who you are and the patterns of behaviors, relationships and self-concepts that may or may not be serving you. We will work together to find compassion, healing and solutions towards more personal and relational fulfillment."
Kimberley Rathbun, Marriage & Family Therapist Associate
Marriage & Family Therapist Associate, MA
Verified by Psychology Today
"There are times in our lives when things can get overwhelming. Changes within ourselves or our external world are causing us stress or emotional turmoil. Our normal ways of coping don’t seem to be working anymore. Therapy is a way of exploring these personal conflicts to create awareness and help bring us back to center again. "
(510) 826-3591
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"There are times in our lives when things can get overwhelming. Changes within ourselves or our external world are causing us stress or emotional turmoil. Our normal ways of coping don’t seem to be working anymore. Therapy is a way of exploring these personal conflicts to create awareness and help bring us back to center again. "
Noelle Clason, Marriage & Family Therapist
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, MFT
Verified by Psychology Today
"I provide sex-positive therapy to individuals, couples, multi-partner relationships, and adult families. Most of my clients have non-mainstream sexual, gender, and/or relationship identities. Many identify as non-monogamous, are considering opening or creatively designing their relationship(s); I help them to create agreements, move through jealousy, heal from infidelities, build trust, and improve communication with partners and metamours. I work with queer and transgender clients just beginning to question and explore their identities, and those who have been out for years and need therapy from a clinician familiar with queer communities."
(510) 907-6191
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"I provide sex-positive therapy to individuals, couples, multi-partner relationships, and adult families. Most of my clients have non-mainstream sexual, gender, and/or relationship identities. Many identify as non-monogamous, are considering opening or creatively designing their relationship(s); I help them to create agreements, move through jealousy, heal from infidelities, build trust, and improve communication with partners and metamours. I work with queer and transgender clients just beginning to question and explore their identities, and those who have been out for years and need therapy from a clinician familiar with queer communities."
Sarwang Parikh, Marriage & Family Therapist
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
Verified by Psychology Today
"I support my clients to cultivate awareness and capacity to unwind from unhealthy thought and behavior patterns. I do this by drawing on their innate strengths and resilience. Collaboratively we learn to navigate challenging emotions and life transitions to rediscover aliveness, power, joy, purpose, care and a sense of connection. I bring dynamic qualities including curiosity, creativity and warmth into sessions for growth towards wholeness. My approach is guided by mindful awareness, honest inquiry and deep compassion. I am grounded in social justice, recognizing how social-historical factors impact well-being. I believe healing is a journey towards liberation."
(510) 944-1657
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"I support my clients to cultivate awareness and capacity to unwind from unhealthy thought and behavior patterns. I do this by drawing on their innate strengths and resilience. Collaboratively we learn to navigate challenging emotions and life transitions to rediscover aliveness, power, joy, purpose, care and a sense of connection. I bring dynamic qualities including curiosity, creativity and warmth into sessions for growth towards wholeness. My approach is guided by mindful awareness, honest inquiry and deep compassion. I am grounded in social justice, recognizing how social-historical factors impact well-being. I believe healing is a journey towards liberation."
Quincy L Wilkins, Marriage & Family Therapist
Marriage & Family Therapist, MS, LMFT, LPCC
Verified by Psychology Today
"Life isn't always easy. Whether you're dealing with an existing challenge, a current stressful situation, or you're turning a page to start a new chapter of your life, I believe we all can benefit from someone helping us to manage these changes and transitions. My therapeutic goal is to help you better manage your life's challenges and to provide you with tools and strategies to achieve your personal goals."
(510) 900-8769
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"Life isn't always easy. Whether you're dealing with an existing challenge, a current stressful situation, or you're turning a page to start a new chapter of your life, I believe we all can benefit from someone helping us to manage these changes and transitions. My therapeutic goal is to help you better manage your life's challenges and to provide you with tools and strategies to achieve your personal goals."
Marcella Raimondo, Psychologist
Psychologist, PhD, MPH
Verified by Psychology Today
"Individual therapy is a collaborative process to help you see that you can be much more than your eating disorder. I utilize a multitude of techniques in session. The tools I most use to assist my clients, in a manner that meets their needs are: finding meaning and purpose of your eating disorder, developing coping skills, interpersonal process, experiential techniques, focus on client strengths, and behavioral challenges. While treatment can be challenging, it is more an investment to help you move past your eating disorder and living a life that aligns with your values."
(510) 447-1480
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"Individual therapy is a collaborative process to help you see that you can be much more than your eating disorder. I utilize a multitude of techniques in session. The tools I most use to assist my clients, in a manner that meets their needs are: finding meaning and purpose of your eating disorder, developing coping skills, interpersonal process, experiential techniques, focus on client strengths, and behavioral challenges. While treatment can be challenging, it is more an investment to help you move past your eating disorder and living a life that aligns with your values."
Hall McCann, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
Verified by Psychology Today
"I enjoy working with teens and adults, providing support around life transitions, identity issues, and creating and maintaining healthy family, peer, and romantic relationships. I help clients navigate feelings of ambivalence, self doubt, and anxiety, and together we explore new approaches when old methods of managing personal problems aren't working. I have clinical experience with non-traditionally structured families, and am familiar with the unique circumstances of formal and informal adoption and foster care arrangements, LGBTQ families, divorce, blended families, and adults who were adopted or fostered as children. "
(510) 488-2159
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"I enjoy working with teens and adults, providing support around life transitions, identity issues, and creating and maintaining healthy family, peer, and romantic relationships. I help clients navigate feelings of ambivalence, self doubt, and anxiety, and together we explore new approaches when old methods of managing personal problems aren't working. I have clinical experience with non-traditionally structured families, and am familiar with the unique circumstances of formal and informal adoption and foster care arrangements, LGBTQ families, divorce, blended families, and adults who were adopted or fostered as children. "
David Leong, Marriage & Family Therapist
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT, CHT
Verified by Psychology Today
"My specialty is compassionate, effective, therapy. I can help with anxiety, depression, trauma or PTSD, as well as more subtle problems - such a feeling that "something is wrong" or that "I could be happier, but don't know how." I'll help you ease your problems and grow your strengths. I am gifted and creative therapist, and you will find therapy with me to be a safe and nonjudgmental space. Please note that my top fee is for a 90 minute session. See my website for testimonials and then call (510) 771-7760 for a free, confidential, consultation."
(510) 344-2497
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"My specialty is compassionate, effective, therapy. I can help with anxiety, depression, trauma or PTSD, as well as more subtle problems - such a feeling that "something is wrong" or that "I could be happier, but don't know how." I'll help you ease your problems and grow your strengths. I am gifted and creative therapist, and you will find therapy with me to be a safe and nonjudgmental space. Please note that my top fee is for a 90 minute session. See my website for testimonials and then call (510) 771-7760 for a free, confidential, consultation."
Genoa Hamiel, Marriage & Family Therapist
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
Verified by Psychology Today
"Hi there! Maybe you have a lot going for you, but nonetheless you're suffering quietly. You may feel at a loss to deal with yourself and get through your rut. Maybe your usual methods of sweeping your "baggage" under the rug isn't working so well anymore. Seeking help at a moment like this is both a smart move and a brave one! I approach my time with you in all seriousness, but sprinkled in with levity when appropriate; crying and laughter can both be healing!"
(415) 682-6712
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"Hi there! Maybe you have a lot going for you, but nonetheless you're suffering quietly. You may feel at a loss to deal with yourself and get through your rut. Maybe your usual methods of sweeping your "baggage" under the rug isn't working so well anymore. Seeking help at a moment like this is both a smart move and a brave one! I approach my time with you in all seriousness, but sprinkled in with levity when appropriate; crying and laughter can both be healing!"
Wendy Fiering, Marriage & Family Therapist
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
Verified by Psychology Today
"Worried about your child? Feeling overwhelmed? Is anxiety, anger, or stress taking over your life or causing problems at school? I'm here to help. I offer therapy for children, families, and individual adults that's practical, collaborative, and solution-focused. I build on the strengths you and your child already have to grow new skills. I support you so that you can support your kids and feel grounded about the choices you're making. Every challenging behavior is the child's attempt to solve a problem. Together, we'll find creative, healthier ways to get those needs met. "
(510) 681-2740
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"Worried about your child? Feeling overwhelmed? Is anxiety, anger, or stress taking over your life or causing problems at school? I'm here to help. I offer therapy for children, families, and individual adults that's practical, collaborative, and solution-focused. I build on the strengths you and your child already have to grow new skills. I support you so that you can support your kids and feel grounded about the choices you're making. Every challenging behavior is the child's attempt to solve a problem. Together, we'll find creative, healthier ways to get those needs met. "
Teri K. Smith, Marriage & Family Therapist
Marriage & Family Therapist, MS, LMFT
Verified by Psychology Today
"I believe that our experiences in life are reflected in our behaviors, shape our thoughts, are held in our bodies, and trigger our emotions often outside of our consciousness. Increasing awareness at all levels allows us to have access to more choices in our lives. I see the goal of psychotherapy is to help people find a place in them where it feels safe, loving, and truthful, accessing their authentic selves. To facilitate this process, I explore with clients their thoughts and belief systems, behaviors, feelings, and physical sensations, helping to connect and integrate the mind, body and spirit."
(510) 592-4991
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"I believe that our experiences in life are reflected in our behaviors, shape our thoughts, are held in our bodies, and trigger our emotions often outside of our consciousness. Increasing awareness at all levels allows us to have access to more choices in our lives. I see the goal of psychotherapy is to help people find a place in them where it feels safe, loving, and truthful, accessing their authentic selves. To facilitate this process, I explore with clients their thoughts and belief systems, behaviors, feelings, and physical sensations, helping to connect and integrate the mind, body and spirit."
Anna M Musco, Marriage & Family Therapist
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
Verified by Psychology Today
"Damaged relationships with the world and our families can affect us deeply throughout our lives leaving us feeling isolated, uncomfortable in our bodies and generally unsafe. Our energy begins to decline along with our enthusiasm for life. Its confusing. We quietly stonewall everything and everyone while wishing for the right partner, right career and right friends. Feelings of insecurity, loneliness or shame can spiral into deep bouts of depression, acting out, despair and suicide. Prioritizing the needs of everyone else can lead to unhealthy behaviors and choices supplanting authenticity and joy, while swapping virtual reality for real relationships and happiness."
(510) 466-1346
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"Damaged relationships with the world and our families can affect us deeply throughout our lives leaving us feeling isolated, uncomfortable in our bodies and generally unsafe. Our energy begins to decline along with our enthusiasm for life. Its confusing. We quietly stonewall everything and everyone while wishing for the right partner, right career and right friends. Feelings of insecurity, loneliness or shame can spiral into deep bouts of depression, acting out, despair and suicide. Prioritizing the needs of everyone else can lead to unhealthy behaviors and choices supplanting authenticity and joy, while swapping virtual reality for real relationships and happiness."
Brandon Brawner, Psychologist
Psychologist, PhD
Verified by Psychology Today
"I'm here to support teenage youth, parents/families, and adults in meeting their emotional, psychological and practical challenges. If you're a teen struggling with school problems, family difficulties or hoping to improve your mood, confidence and relationships, I can assist you in breaking down obstacles and achieving your goals. If you're a parent trying to manage and communicate with your "coming of age" depressed or rebellious adolescent, I provide counsel and safe opportunities to explore the conflicts and confusion that block resolutions."
(510) 400-4171
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"I'm here to support teenage youth, parents/families, and adults in meeting their emotional, psychological and practical challenges. If you're a teen struggling with school problems, family difficulties or hoping to improve your mood, confidence and relationships, I can assist you in breaking down obstacles and achieving your goals. If you're a parent trying to manage and communicate with your "coming of age" depressed or rebellious adolescent, I provide counsel and safe opportunities to explore the conflicts and confusion that block resolutions."
Michael Miyasato, Psychologist
Psychologist, PsyD
Verified by Psychology Today
"We live in a culture that is constantly pushing us to strive for perfection. Whether in school, work, or our everyday lives, the need to constantly achieve can put great strain on our self and those we care about. This can lead to chronic depression or anxiety, social isolation, feelings of inadequacy, or even thoughts of suicide. It is hard to break out of this culture. It is hard to find flexibility of thought and a space to feel like we are good enough. Yet, through compassionate acceptance and practical skill building I can help."
(510) 756-4564
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"We live in a culture that is constantly pushing us to strive for perfection. Whether in school, work, or our everyday lives, the need to constantly achieve can put great strain on our self and those we care about. This can lead to chronic depression or anxiety, social isolation, feelings of inadequacy, or even thoughts of suicide. It is hard to break out of this culture. It is hard to find flexibility of thought and a space to feel like we are good enough. Yet, through compassionate acceptance and practical skill building I can help."

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For example, if you're seeking a marriage counselor in 94609 you'll find that most therapists are trained in marriage counseling or couples counseling in 94609 and couples therapy. And they welcome families for family counseling in 94609 or family therapy in Oakland 94609.