Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
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"I believe in meeting the client where they are, facing the issues presented with an open mind, and to always establish healthy boundaries. My approach is to help manage life's transitions together in a way that provides a nurturing & empathetic experience."
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Life Coaching
Trauma and PTSD
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"I believe in meeting the client where they are, facing the issues presented with an open mind, and to always establish healthy boundaries. My approach is to help manage life's transitions together in a way that provides a nurturing & empathetic experience."
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Patti Boro, Marriage & Family Therapist
Marriage & Family Therapist, MS, MFT
Verified by Psychology Today
"Are you struggling with painful emotions like anxiety, panic, sadness, hopelessness, or confusion? If you have had an adverse or traumatic life experience that you are unable to heal from, I can help you overcome these damaging experiences and negative feelings. I successfully work with clients who have suffered from child or adult physical, emotional, and/or sexual abuse, neglect, unmet emotional needs, and dysfunctional family dynamics using EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization Reprocessing). This therapy has enabled clients to let go of the painful burdens of their past and reclaim their lives."
(650) 924-9473
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"Are you struggling with painful emotions like anxiety, panic, sadness, hopelessness, or confusion? If you have had an adverse or traumatic life experience that you are unable to heal from, I can help you overcome these damaging experiences and negative feelings. I successfully work with clients who have suffered from child or adult physical, emotional, and/or sexual abuse, neglect, unmet emotional needs, and dysfunctional family dynamics using EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization Reprocessing). This therapy has enabled clients to let go of the painful burdens of their past and reclaim their lives."
Lisa Hauck-Loy, Marriage & Family Therapist
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT
Verified by Psychology Today
"I see adult individuals who would like to: feel empowered, self-compassionate and self-expressive, to know their heart's desires, and to overcome self-defeating thoughts, behaviors and anxiety. I see straight and queer couples who want to: learn new ways of relating to co-create secure and fulfilling attachment, to learn how to make effective repairs with each other, and to learn how to manage oneself and one's partner in the best way."
(415) 813-2649
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"I see adult individuals who would like to: feel empowered, self-compassionate and self-expressive, to know their heart's desires, and to overcome self-defeating thoughts, behaviors and anxiety. I see straight and queer couples who want to: learn new ways of relating to co-create secure and fulfilling attachment, to learn how to make effective repairs with each other, and to learn how to manage oneself and one's partner in the best way."
Theresa Koke, Marriage & Family Therapist
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, MFT
Verified by Psychology Today
"I invite you to collaborate with me in cultivating inner peace and greater life satisfaction. While stress and anxiety are all too common nowadays, my years of practicing a wide variety of therapeutic approaches allow me to offer you many possibilities for effective change. As a seasoned therapist, I'm skilled at creating a supportive environment for you to explore and transform your responses to life's challenges. I carefully tailor my approach to meet your individual needs, combining strategies that will best address your particular concerns."
(650) 741-5497
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"I invite you to collaborate with me in cultivating inner peace and greater life satisfaction. While stress and anxiety are all too common nowadays, my years of practicing a wide variety of therapeutic approaches allow me to offer you many possibilities for effective change. As a seasoned therapist, I'm skilled at creating a supportive environment for you to explore and transform your responses to life's challenges. I carefully tailor my approach to meet your individual needs, combining strategies that will best address your particular concerns."
Ginny Bahr, Counselor
Counselor, MA, LPCC, MAC
Verified by Psychology Today
"Addiction is a complex illness that has a lasting impact on a person and their entire family. Everyone's best intentions to heal or change can often result in outcomes that perpetuate suffering. The addiction cycle can feel like a rollercoaster with fleeting to no progress, or worse. There is a way off this ride. At Marin Family Recovery, we believe that a person's ability to change their life story and fully live a satisfying life is possible no matter how dark the starting place feels. Addiction is 100% treatable. With life there is always opportunity."
(415) 969-3045
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"Addiction is a complex illness that has a lasting impact on a person and their entire family. Everyone's best intentions to heal or change can often result in outcomes that perpetuate suffering. The addiction cycle can feel like a rollercoaster with fleeting to no progress, or worse. There is a way off this ride. At Marin Family Recovery, we believe that a person's ability to change their life story and fully live a satisfying life is possible no matter how dark the starting place feels. Addiction is 100% treatable. With life there is always opportunity."
Nancy Greathead Janko, Marriage & Family Therapist
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT
Verified by Psychology Today
"Is your teenager disrupting the homeostasis of the family, are you and your partner struggling with this or other relationship issues? Do you just need an unbiased, safe place to share anger, resentments, fears or sadness? Take a risk and reach out to me. I will listen with a professional ear and help you return to baseline through coping skills, confidence building and empathy. You deserve to enjoy your life without anxiety, fear, frustration or sadness."
(415) 488-8778
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"Is your teenager disrupting the homeostasis of the family, are you and your partner struggling with this or other relationship issues? Do you just need an unbiased, safe place to share anger, resentments, fears or sadness? Take a risk and reach out to me. I will listen with a professional ear and help you return to baseline through coping skills, confidence building and empathy. You deserve to enjoy your life without anxiety, fear, frustration or sadness."
Doug Silberstein, Marriage & Family Therapist
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, MFT
Verified by Psychology Today
"Emotions! They can be the source of great turmoil and great fulfillment. They can hurt and they can heal. The way we express how we feel can corrode relationships or create stronger connections. My job as your therapist is to help you work with your emotional states of being in such a way as to bring about greater peace of mind and greater security in relationships. My work is to cultivate connections that nourish and heal - connections to self and others - and I strive to do that work in a compassionate, collaborative way with the utmost respect for my clients."
(415) 689-8340
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"Emotions! They can be the source of great turmoil and great fulfillment. They can hurt and they can heal. The way we express how we feel can corrode relationships or create stronger connections. My job as your therapist is to help you work with your emotional states of being in such a way as to bring about greater peace of mind and greater security in relationships. My work is to cultivate connections that nourish and heal - connections to self and others - and I strive to do that work in a compassionate, collaborative way with the utmost respect for my clients."
Anger Management Services of Marin, Marriage & Family Therapist
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT
Verified by Psychology Today
"Anger is a natural basic human emotion that is often used to express negative feelings. We believe that anger is a secondary emotion, usually a reaction to underlying emotions such as frustration, hurt, loss, or disrespect. Road rage, violent behavior, verbal abuse, aggression, intimidation, and lack of empathy, are examples of issues that benefit from anger management. The goal of our program is to teach people to identify, understand and defuse their own anger by learning healthy expressions of anger that are acceptable to society, so that violence and self-destructive behavior can be avoided."
(415) 534-9839
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"Anger is a natural basic human emotion that is often used to express negative feelings. We believe that anger is a secondary emotion, usually a reaction to underlying emotions such as frustration, hurt, loss, or disrespect. Road rage, violent behavior, verbal abuse, aggression, intimidation, and lack of empathy, are examples of issues that benefit from anger management. The goal of our program is to teach people to identify, understand and defuse their own anger by learning healthy expressions of anger that are acceptable to society, so that violence and self-destructive behavior can be avoided."
Zan Brown, Marriage & Family Therapist
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT
Verified by Psychology Today
"A great teacher at Esalen Institute once told me, "we are wounded in relationship and we heal in our relationships". I have come to believe this whole-heartedly as I see our relationships with others, ourselves, and even the earth break down and get off balance, lacking fulfillment or even becoming destructive. Most people who have suffered neglect, trauma or loss become discouraged, needing support and resources to heal and move forward with hope. However, I believe all people carry the seed of intuitive insight and courage that they need to make positive changes in their lives."
(415) 498-1184
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"A great teacher at Esalen Institute once told me, "we are wounded in relationship and we heal in our relationships". I have come to believe this whole-heartedly as I see our relationships with others, ourselves, and even the earth break down and get off balance, lacking fulfillment or even becoming destructive. Most people who have suffered neglect, trauma or loss become discouraged, needing support and resources to heal and move forward with hope. However, I believe all people carry the seed of intuitive insight and courage that they need to make positive changes in their lives."
Marsha A. Norris, Marriage & Family Therapist
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
Verified by Psychology Today
"If you are searching for a way of developing new hope, breaking out of old patterns, wanting more satisfying relationships, counseling may help you to reach these goals."
(415) 459-2703
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"If you are searching for a way of developing new hope, breaking out of old patterns, wanting more satisfying relationships, counseling may help you to reach these goals."
Anicia A Williams, Marriage & Family Therapist
Marriage & Family Therapist, BS, MS, MFT
Verified by Psychology Today
"Feeling a bit down lately and nothing seems to lift your spirits? Feeling isolated and alone, even though you are surrounded by people who care and love you? Are your loved ones complaining about your substance use? Having a hard time blocking out the internal negative messages that keep you from taking risks and being vulnerable? Wondering why it’s hard to hang on to a successful relationship? Do you know you need healing from something in the past but not sure how to do it? Spending too much time in the past or future, preventing you from staying in the moment?"
(415) 991-1428
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"Feeling a bit down lately and nothing seems to lift your spirits? Feeling isolated and alone, even though you are surrounded by people who care and love you? Are your loved ones complaining about your substance use? Having a hard time blocking out the internal negative messages that keep you from taking risks and being vulnerable? Wondering why it’s hard to hang on to a successful relationship? Do you know you need healing from something in the past but not sure how to do it? Spending too much time in the past or future, preventing you from staying in the moment?"
Valerie Hinard, Marriage & Family Therapist
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, MFT
Verified by Psychology Today
"Cultivating meaningful-healthy relationships may be especially difficult when our sense of self is overshadowed by traumatic and emotionally painful experiences. My approach to the therapy process focuses on helping foster your innate strengths and resiliency while exploring your vulnerabilities and concerns. Together we help you build a greater understanding of yourself through healing limiting patterns, fears, and beliefs. In this way, you become rooted in a life grounded in meaning, aliveness, and depth. I believe that building a stronger relationship with yourself can help cultivate healthier relationships with others, making them easier to initiate, maintain, and enjoy."
(707) 559-9920
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"Cultivating meaningful-healthy relationships may be especially difficult when our sense of self is overshadowed by traumatic and emotionally painful experiences. My approach to the therapy process focuses on helping foster your innate strengths and resiliency while exploring your vulnerabilities and concerns. Together we help you build a greater understanding of yourself through healing limiting patterns, fears, and beliefs. In this way, you become rooted in a life grounded in meaning, aliveness, and depth. I believe that building a stronger relationship with yourself can help cultivate healthier relationships with others, making them easier to initiate, maintain, and enjoy."
Katharina Sandizell, Marriage & Family Therapist
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
Verified by Psychology Today
"Relationships are my speciality - I work with individuals and couples on attachment issues, connection, and emotional safety. I am a certified 'Emotionally Focused Couples Therapist' and Supervisor (ICEEFT). My approach involves turning around patterns that feel out of control and repetitive while increasing bonding and closeness. I also work with individuals on connecting with others in a positive way while understanding and changing patterns that are hard to shift."
(415) 942-9941
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"Relationships are my speciality - I work with individuals and couples on attachment issues, connection, and emotional safety. I am a certified 'Emotionally Focused Couples Therapist' and Supervisor (ICEEFT). My approach involves turning around patterns that feel out of control and repetitive while increasing bonding and closeness. I also work with individuals on connecting with others in a positive way while understanding and changing patterns that are hard to shift."
Michael Skrodzki, Marriage & Family Therapist
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, MFT
Verified by Psychology Today
"I believe human beings change and develop throughout their life span. In some 30 years of practicing psychotherapy I have come to view most emotional symptoms and all relationship crises as opportunities for re-engaging and supporting aspects of self development. I was educated in Germany and the US: my professional experience ranges from work in very traditional clinical settings to being a therapist and group facilitator for staff at the Esalen Institute."
(650) 262-3430
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"I believe human beings change and develop throughout their life span. In some 30 years of practicing psychotherapy I have come to view most emotional symptoms and all relationship crises as opportunities for re-engaging and supporting aspects of self development. I was educated in Germany and the US: my professional experience ranges from work in very traditional clinical settings to being a therapist and group facilitator for staff at the Esalen Institute."
Dorothy O'Leary, Marriage & Family Therapist
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, MFT
Verified by Psychology Today
"Estrangement in families is more common than many people realize. Parents can feel fearful and powerless, hurt and confused. I can help you explore how your best intentions to reach out to your adult child could be backfiring, and why your selfless generosity may be met with rejection. With training and experience in individual therapy and a variety of family constellations, I'm ready to help you get beyond feeling stuck."
(415) 889-2775
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"Estrangement in families is more common than many people realize. Parents can feel fearful and powerless, hurt and confused. I can help you explore how your best intentions to reach out to your adult child could be backfiring, and why your selfless generosity may be met with rejection. With training and experience in individual therapy and a variety of family constellations, I'm ready to help you get beyond feeling stuck."
Lynn Ervin, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MA, LCSW
Verified by Psychology Today
"My work is grounded in the belief that we all have innate resources for happiness and ease that become concealed or undeveloped. Feeling overwhelmed or experiencing trauma we often develop coping skills that may no longer be serving us. It is my role to help you realign with your strengths and wisdom while uncovering what may be blocking these resources. I provide a safe space for exploring the changes you want to make in your life. I will help you address areas in your life where you feel stuck while offering you the tools and guidance to do that safely."
(415) 423-2740
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"My work is grounded in the belief that we all have innate resources for happiness and ease that become concealed or undeveloped. Feeling overwhelmed or experiencing trauma we often develop coping skills that may no longer be serving us. It is my role to help you realign with your strengths and wisdom while uncovering what may be blocking these resources. I provide a safe space for exploring the changes you want to make in your life. I will help you address areas in your life where you feel stuck while offering you the tools and guidance to do that safely."
Christina de Cossio, Marriage & Family Therapist Intern
Marriage & Family Therapist Intern, AMFT, ALPCC, NARM
Verified by Psychology Today
"I specialize in a psychobiological approach called Neuro-Affective Relational Model, NARM, in helping people address their concerns not only through talking, but also through developing awareness of their body (what we call somatic mindfulness) in relationship to their thoughts and emotions. Somatic mindfulness practice supports building more functional self-regulation capacities, and accessing the body-mind's innate intelligence towards well-being."
(415) 991-6212
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"I specialize in a psychobiological approach called Neuro-Affective Relational Model, NARM, in helping people address their concerns not only through talking, but also through developing awareness of their body (what we call somatic mindfulness) in relationship to their thoughts and emotions. Somatic mindfulness practice supports building more functional self-regulation capacities, and accessing the body-mind's innate intelligence towards well-being."
Susan Edelstein, Psychologist
Psychologist, PhD
Verified by Psychology Today
"Life has never been particularly easy, but lately we are faced with additional stress. As a psychologist, I meet with men and women, couples and families who are coping with difficulties in their marriages, conflicts with their children, financial pressures, and workplace stress.Things might seem so overwhelming that we despair of ever recapturing the happiness and optimism that we once might have had. I can show you ways to reduce your anxiety, and develop new coping strategies to improve interactions in your family, your relationships and your workplace. You can find confidence and recapture a sense of well being."
(415) 659-9341
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"Life has never been particularly easy, but lately we are faced with additional stress. As a psychologist, I meet with men and women, couples and families who are coping with difficulties in their marriages, conflicts with their children, financial pressures, and workplace stress.Things might seem so overwhelming that we despair of ever recapturing the happiness and optimism that we once might have had. I can show you ways to reduce your anxiety, and develop new coping strategies to improve interactions in your family, your relationships and your workplace. You can find confidence and recapture a sense of well being."
Claire De Andrade, Psychologist
Psychologist, PsyD
Verified by Psychology Today
"I offer warm, thoughtful psychotherapy to people who wish to identify and change patterns of thinking and emotional responses that restrict their natural maturation and impede their happiness. Meeting each person where they are, I help people live more fully. Through being present to our experience and engaging mindfulness practices we can effect change. I am particularly drawn to working with mothers who are feeling the stress, strain and overwhelm the demands of being a parent can place on them."
(415) 889-8316
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"I offer warm, thoughtful psychotherapy to people who wish to identify and change patterns of thinking and emotional responses that restrict their natural maturation and impede their happiness. Meeting each person where they are, I help people live more fully. Through being present to our experience and engaging mindfulness practices we can effect change. I am particularly drawn to working with mothers who are feeling the stress, strain and overwhelm the demands of being a parent can place on them."
Jennifer Parlette, Marriage & Family Therapist
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT
Verified by Psychology Today
"People come to therapy for all sorts of reasons: Relief from sadness or anxiety, to break patterns that cause pain, to get clarity when you just don't know why life feels like an uphill battle or to simply get an "emotional tune-up." With compassion, emotional safety, and a clear, candid therapeutic style, I help people work through life's challenges using effective, evidence-based treatments that target the underlying causes for painful feelings. I believe healing happens holistically; Mind-Body-Spirit are aligned when people feel "right" within themselves."
(415) 697-3808
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"People come to therapy for all sorts of reasons: Relief from sadness or anxiety, to break patterns that cause pain, to get clarity when you just don't know why life feels like an uphill battle or to simply get an "emotional tune-up." With compassion, emotional safety, and a clear, candid therapeutic style, I help people work through life's challenges using effective, evidence-based treatments that target the underlying causes for painful feelings. I believe healing happens holistically; Mind-Body-Spirit are aligned when people feel "right" within themselves."

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