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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"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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Collin Hoctor, Marriage & Family Therapist
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT
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"Psychotherapy can be a truly liberating experience. With a background in residential/ outpatient addiction and a special interest in psycho-spiritual practices, my main focus in therapy is to explore the nature of the issues you are coming in to address, find the various ways it shows up in your life, and discover its source in deep (often childhood) trauma. This method supports you by identifying the source of these issues that tend to operate below our conscious awareness. These often show up as bodily sensations which influence thoughts and emotions and reflect parts of ourselves that need love and support."
(415) 991-8067
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"Psychotherapy can be a truly liberating experience. With a background in residential/ outpatient addiction and a special interest in psycho-spiritual practices, my main focus in therapy is to explore the nature of the issues you are coming in to address, find the various ways it shows up in your life, and discover its source in deep (often childhood) trauma. This method supports you by identifying the source of these issues that tend to operate below our conscious awareness. These often show up as bodily sensations which influence thoughts and emotions and reflect parts of ourselves that need love and support."
Susan Quigley, MFT, Marriage & Family Therapist
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT
Verified by Psychology Today
"Ready for change and a more satisfying and balanced life? I offer compassionate listening, practical guidance and an action oriented approach to assist you in making the changes you want in your life."
(415) 481-4921
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"Ready for change and a more satisfying and balanced life? I offer compassionate listening, practical guidance and an action oriented approach to assist you in making the changes you want in your life."
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."
Deborah Ann Spake, Marriage & Family Therapist
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT
Verified by Psychology Today
"I enjoy working with adults, individual and couples, children and adolescents. I start with where you are at and collaborate on meeting your needs/goals. I treat the whole person, harness your own unique strengths and offer my unconditional positive support. I trust the process and believe in each person's capacity to make their life what they want it to be. I see therapy as utilizing a nurturing relationship to create a safe place where self exploration and healing is possible. In this process you can gain clarity, get perspective on a situation and reach a sense of satisfaction and aliveness in your relationships and life."
(415) 870-3696
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"I enjoy working with adults, individual and couples, children and adolescents. I start with where you are at and collaborate on meeting your needs/goals. I treat the whole person, harness your own unique strengths and offer my unconditional positive support. I trust the process and believe in each person's capacity to make their life what they want it to be. I see therapy as utilizing a nurturing relationship to create a safe place where self exploration and healing is possible. In this process you can gain clarity, get perspective on a situation and reach a sense of satisfaction and aliveness in your relationships and life."
Kevin Lecy, Psychological Assistant
Psychological Assistant, PsyD
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"My work focuses on individuals, couples, and families who require intensive support to navigate through serious psychiatric conditions such as severe depression, anxiety, trauma, substance abuse or living in a household with someone who struggles with substance abuse or addiction. I help teens, stuck young adults, and stressed families navigate the perilous journey to find serenity and sanity in their daily lives. Throughout my experiences, I have learned that effective treatment starts with authenticity, directness, and consistency. These factors lay the foundation for the most important aspect of successful therapy: safety."
(415) 549-9356
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"My work focuses on individuals, couples, and families who require intensive support to navigate through serious psychiatric conditions such as severe depression, anxiety, trauma, substance abuse or living in a household with someone who struggles with substance abuse or addiction. I help teens, stuck young adults, and stressed families navigate the perilous journey to find serenity and sanity in their daily lives. Throughout my experiences, I have learned that effective treatment starts with authenticity, directness, and consistency. These factors lay the foundation for the most important aspect of successful therapy: safety."
Paula J Siegel, Marriage & Family Therapist
Marriage & Family Therapist, MFT
Verified by Psychology Today
"When the passion of your relationship plateaus, what's next? When your relationship reaches milestones such as the birth or departure of children, are you struggling with the adjustment? How strong is the foundation of your friendship? Do you feel that your partner understands you in essential ways? Many couples imagine that conflict indicates relationship trouble especially when certain issues repeatedly surface with no forward movement. Research proves this need not be the case. Conflict in relationship is normal; it's how you manage conflict that matters. There are clear and learnable skills that will deepen your friendship and love."
(650) 741-1609
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"When the passion of your relationship plateaus, what's next? When your relationship reaches milestones such as the birth or departure of children, are you struggling with the adjustment? How strong is the foundation of your friendship? Do you feel that your partner understands you in essential ways? Many couples imagine that conflict indicates relationship trouble especially when certain issues repeatedly surface with no forward movement. Research proves this need not be the case. Conflict in relationship is normal; it's how you manage conflict that matters. There are clear and learnable skills that will deepen your friendship and love."
Elizabeth Scott, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
Verified by Psychology Today
"I have been practicing psychotherapy since 1988 and I love my work. I work with teens and adults of all ages who suffer with depression and anxiety, trauma and grief. I also have 20 years of experience helping people become free of eating disorders and body image problems. I love to work with older adults in transition. I am practical, generous and warm in my style. I believe that our struggles can be used to shape us into wiser, more empathic, loving people. I never blame people for their suffering, I don't like theoretical models that do."
(415) 887-1318
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"I have been practicing psychotherapy since 1988 and I love my work. I work with teens and adults of all ages who suffer with depression and anxiety, trauma and grief. I also have 20 years of experience helping people become free of eating disorders and body image problems. I love to work with older adults in transition. I am practical, generous and warm in my style. I believe that our struggles can be used to shape us into wiser, more empathic, loving people. I never blame people for their suffering, I don't like theoretical models that do."
Susan Pease Gadoua, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
Verified by Psychology Today
"Marriage is complicated. When trouble starts, most couples try to fix it on their own. That's a good thing. The problems come when the couple isn't able to repair what's broken, yet they don't seek professional help soon enough. One study reports that most couples wait six years before going into therapy. By then, the layers of pain have piled up. <> After working with couples for many years, I've developed a unique method of untangling the hurt and getting to the heart of the matter. Most couples can heal relatively quickly and enjoy lasting results."
(415) 335-7752
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"Marriage is complicated. When trouble starts, most couples try to fix it on their own. That's a good thing. The problems come when the couple isn't able to repair what's broken, yet they don't seek professional help soon enough. One study reports that most couples wait six years before going into therapy. By then, the layers of pain have piled up. <> After working with couples for many years, I've developed a unique method of untangling the hurt and getting to the heart of the matter. Most couples can heal relatively quickly and enjoy lasting results."
Audrey L. Franklin, Psychologist
Psychologist, PhD
Verified by Psychology Today
"Are you feeling anxious or depressed, living with a chronic illness, going through a life transition or experiencing other challenging circumstances? As a licensed psychologist with 30 years of experience, I help people navigate difficult times with openness, curiosity and compassion. Together we can identify your particular needs and forge a path to best meet them. You may be struggling with difficulties from the past. You may want to transform repetitive thought and behavior patterns that are affecting your relationships and your job success. In our work, you can develop inner resources and skills to face life's challenges with greater freedom and resilience."
(415) 417-1392
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"Are you feeling anxious or depressed, living with a chronic illness, going through a life transition or experiencing other challenging circumstances? As a licensed psychologist with 30 years of experience, I help people navigate difficult times with openness, curiosity and compassion. Together we can identify your particular needs and forge a path to best meet them. You may be struggling with difficulties from the past. You may want to transform repetitive thought and behavior patterns that are affecting your relationships and your job success. In our work, you can develop inner resources and skills to face life's challenges with greater freedom and resilience."
Elaine Grace McMahon, Marriage & Family Therapist
Marriage & Family Therapist, MS, LMFT
Verified by Psychology Today
"My experience has been in helping children, families and adults who wish to work on communication, relational and social issues. I have a strong background in school related issues, trauma, grief, relationships, as well as deepening connection with one's self. "
(415) 870-8450
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"My experience has been in helping children, families and adults who wish to work on communication, relational and social issues. I have a strong background in school related issues, trauma, grief, relationships, as well as deepening connection with one's self. "
Jessica (Jesse) A. Strassman, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
Verified by Psychology Today
"Are you concerned or confused by your child's behavior? Has your child's teacher suggested your child work with a therapist? Are you worried that your child is under stress from a current family situation? Do you feel like you are not a good parent for your child? It is very difficult to parent a child who is struggling with challenging feelings and behaviors. I provide therapeutic support to kids who struggle with ADHD/ADD, anxiety, depression, grief and loss, adoption issues, learning disabilities, behavioral challenges, academic or social issues, or major life changes."
(415) 360-1273
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"Are you concerned or confused by your child's behavior? Has your child's teacher suggested your child work with a therapist? Are you worried that your child is under stress from a current family situation? Do you feel like you are not a good parent for your child? It is very difficult to parent a child who is struggling with challenging feelings and behaviors. I provide therapeutic support to kids who struggle with ADHD/ADD, anxiety, depression, grief and loss, adoption issues, learning disabilities, behavioral challenges, academic or social issues, or major life changes."
Jerry Rosser, Marriage & Family Therapist
Marriage & Family Therapist, MS, MA, LMFT
Verified by Psychology Today
"My focus is to support you to live a joyous life and use your emotional challenges to create more meaning, fulfillment and personal growth. The heart of this therapy is to provide a safe, nurturing and interactive place for you to find relief from sadness, anxiety or other patterns that cause pain and confusion. With compassion and a clear, candid therapeutic style I support you to get clarity when life feels like an uphill battle, to simply get an "emotional tune-up" or to go from good to optimal living."
(415) 484-0153
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"My focus is to support you to live a joyous life and use your emotional challenges to create more meaning, fulfillment and personal growth. The heart of this therapy is to provide a safe, nurturing and interactive place for you to find relief from sadness, anxiety or other patterns that cause pain and confusion. With compassion and a clear, candid therapeutic style I support you to get clarity when life feels like an uphill battle, to simply get an "emotional tune-up" or to go from good to optimal living."
Nancy Greathead Janko, Marriage & Family Therapist
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT
Verified by Psychology Today
"I offer a safe, supportive space for self exploration and emotional healing. I offer life experience as well as masters training in techniques designed to make sense of sometimes chaotic thoughts that can lead to unwanted behavior. Together we will explore underlying issues that interfere with the quality of life you deserve. I embrace diversity and offer kindness, compassion and lack of judgment. My experience has led me to embrace the more challenging, difficult populations that may have experienced trauma that has not resolved. I can help restore trust in yourself and the world around you."
(415) 488-8778
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"I offer a safe, supportive space for self exploration and emotional healing. I offer life experience as well as masters training in techniques designed to make sense of sometimes chaotic thoughts that can lead to unwanted behavior. Together we will explore underlying issues that interfere with the quality of life you deserve. I embrace diversity and offer kindness, compassion and lack of judgment. My experience has led me to embrace the more challenging, difficult populations that may have experienced trauma that has not resolved. I can help restore trust in yourself and the world around you."
Michael J. Mesmer, Marriage & Family Therapist
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, MFT
Verified by Psychology Today
"Alternatives increase our choices in life. Alternative psychotherapy considers all aspects of living, including work, lifestyle and spiritual practice, as well as thoughts and feelings, in healing our mind, body and spirit."
(415) 237-4941
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"Alternatives increase our choices in life. Alternative psychotherapy considers all aspects of living, including work, lifestyle and spiritual practice, as well as thoughts and feelings, in healing our mind, body and spirit."
Karen Shay, Marriage & Family Therapist
Marriage & Family Therapist, MFT
Verified by Psychology Today
"My style is collaborative, engaged and supportive. I will work with you to overcome depression, anxiety, substance abuse or relationship issues that are holding you back from leading a more fulfilling life. In individual work we will explore your past experiences and family of origin that may have brought you to hold on to many negative unconscious beliefs and behaviors that are leaving you unhappy or unsuccessful in both your work and intimate relationships. In couples work we will work to dismantle destructive communication patterns, learn new ways of reaching toward your partner and increase levels of true intimacy."
(415) 259-9669
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"My style is collaborative, engaged and supportive. I will work with you to overcome depression, anxiety, substance abuse or relationship issues that are holding you back from leading a more fulfilling life. In individual work we will explore your past experiences and family of origin that may have brought you to hold on to many negative unconscious beliefs and behaviors that are leaving you unhappy or unsuccessful in both your work and intimate relationships. In couples work we will work to dismantle destructive communication patterns, learn new ways of reaching toward your partner and increase levels of true intimacy."
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."
Anger Management Services of Marin, Marriage & Family Therapist
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT
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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."
(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."
Linda K Ormiston, Psychologist
Psychologist, PhD
Verified by Psychology Today
"For the past 35 years, I have been helping people explore and work through barriers to living and loving well. If you are feeling stuck or overwhelmed, therapy can provide space to understand and experience ourselves in a new way. I work with people to change the way they think about and experience the challenges they face, to effect positive change and resilience. I can work with you to navigate the ups and downs of anxiety and depression, the hopes and fears of life transitions, the joys and challenges of creative pursuit, the pain of grief and loss, and the wounds of trauma and abuse."
(628) 222-7923
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"For the past 35 years, I have been helping people explore and work through barriers to living and loving well. If you are feeling stuck or overwhelmed, therapy can provide space to understand and experience ourselves in a new way. I work with people to change the way they think about and experience the challenges they face, to effect positive change and resilience. I can work with you to navigate the ups and downs of anxiety and depression, the hopes and fears of life transitions, the joys and challenges of creative pursuit, the pain of grief and loss, and the wounds of trauma and abuse."
Roberta T Seifert, Psychologist
Psychologist, PhD
Verified by Psychology Today
"The goal of therapy is to enable people to have richer and more satisfying lives. I match my approach to the person I'm seeing, offering both short-term, pragmatic, solution-oriented therapy, and longer-term treatment that involves complex historical material and ingrained self-defeating patterns. I think of therapy as an opportunity to learn better ways to live and thrive in the present. I use a combination of approaches including EMDR, cognitive-behavioral therapy, and longer-terms work to change recurring patterns."
(650) 918-4476
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"The goal of therapy is to enable people to have richer and more satisfying lives. I match my approach to the person I'm seeing, offering both short-term, pragmatic, solution-oriented therapy, and longer-term treatment that involves complex historical material and ingrained self-defeating patterns. I think of therapy as an opportunity to learn better ways to live and thrive in the present. I use a combination of approaches including EMDR, cognitive-behavioral therapy, and longer-terms work to change recurring patterns."

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