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Hall McCann, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
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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. "
(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. "
Francisca Lizana, Marriage & Family Therapist
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
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"My practice sees children and adults who seek support for a variety of reasons. I see children who are experiencing family changes/transitions, relocation/acculturation, behavioral challenges at home and/or school, who need social-emotional skills development, as well as support in overcoming trauma, depression, anxiety or navigating learning challenges, amongst​ others. Similarly, I see adults who seek a safe place to express, download and explore what is present, whether a life transition or change, hardships or simply not feeling happy."
(925) 255-7936
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"My practice sees children and adults who seek support for a variety of reasons. I see children who are experiencing family changes/transitions, relocation/acculturation, behavioral challenges at home and/or school, who need social-emotional skills development, as well as support in overcoming trauma, depression, anxiety or navigating learning challenges, amongst​ others. Similarly, I see adults who seek a safe place to express, download and explore what is present, whether a life transition or change, hardships or simply not feeling happy."
India B Gomez, Psychologist
Psychologist, PhD
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"As a clinical psychologist, I offer therapy and coaching for personal/professional growth to enhance coping with stress, bolster resiliency, and overcome obstacles to living fully. I work with clients from different ethnic, racial, cultural, and religious backgrounds, as well as a range of sexual and gender orientations, and various abilities/disabilities. My specialties include: cultural competency, mood, trauma, anxiety, personality disorders, relationships, co-occurring mental health/medical issues, serious mental illness, cultural identity, internalized oppression, stress management, self-esteem, assertiveness, and self-care."
(925) 392-3428
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"As a clinical psychologist, I offer therapy and coaching for personal/professional growth to enhance coping with stress, bolster resiliency, and overcome obstacles to living fully. I work with clients from different ethnic, racial, cultural, and religious backgrounds, as well as a range of sexual and gender orientations, and various abilities/disabilities. My specialties include: cultural competency, mood, trauma, anxiety, personality disorders, relationships, co-occurring mental health/medical issues, serious mental illness, cultural identity, internalized oppression, stress management, self-esteem, assertiveness, and self-care."
Phoenix Song, Marriage & Family Therapist
Marriage & Family Therapist, MFT, CHT
Verified by Psychology Today
"Welcome! I support healers, seekers, artists, and change-makers in their own deep healing work, that they may better offer their gifts to the world. We do this by reconnecting you to the part of yourself that intrinsically holds only your highest good as its sole intent (and which is always available to each and every one of us). Through this connection, we will work together to remove obstacles so you may reclaim your full embodied power, clarify and heal your purpose and intention, and reconnect you with your own joy, safety, and aliveness in this world."
(415) 548-2797
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"Welcome! I support healers, seekers, artists, and change-makers in their own deep healing work, that they may better offer their gifts to the world. We do this by reconnecting you to the part of yourself that intrinsically holds only your highest good as its sole intent (and which is always available to each and every one of us). Through this connection, we will work together to remove obstacles so you may reclaim your full embodied power, clarify and heal your purpose and intention, and reconnect you with your own joy, safety, and aliveness in this world."
Tricia Kim Walsh, Marriage & Family Therapist
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
Verified by Psychology Today
"Do you feel stressed from helplessness and find yourself bottling up your emotions? Have you just entered into a new developmental life phase (middle/high school/college/graduation/job change/new relationship/engagement/marriage, etc.). Or maybe your depression, anxiety and/or relational problems have you so stuck, you can no longer can focus on what is most important in your life. I am an authentic and interactive therapist who is focused on helping you find immediate solutions. I specialize in work with individual adults, tweens, teens and families. Call for a free 20 minute telephone consultation today!"
(925) 392-0834
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"Do you feel stressed from helplessness and find yourself bottling up your emotions? Have you just entered into a new developmental life phase (middle/high school/college/graduation/job change/new relationship/engagement/marriage, etc.). Or maybe your depression, anxiety and/or relational problems have you so stuck, you can no longer can focus on what is most important in your life. I am an authentic and interactive therapist who is focused on helping you find immediate solutions. I specialize in work with individual adults, tweens, teens and families. Call for a free 20 minute telephone consultation today!"
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."
Natalie Nelson-Blake
Ph.D.
Verified by Psychology Today
"I believe healing and personal empowerment happen within the context of a therapeutic relationship in which one is deeply listened to and understood. Through deep, compassionate listening and understanding, I can work with you on practical solutions to address whatever issues have brought you to therapy. I work with people dealing with a range of issues, including depression, anxiety, stress, trauma, body image concerns, disordered eating, and substance use concerns. I work primarily from a multicultural feminist, relational therapy orientation, but frequently integrate skills from other therapy approaches, including CBT and ACT."
(510) 907-6504 x1
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"I believe healing and personal empowerment happen within the context of a therapeutic relationship in which one is deeply listened to and understood. Through deep, compassionate listening and understanding, I can work with you on practical solutions to address whatever issues have brought you to therapy. I work with people dealing with a range of issues, including depression, anxiety, stress, trauma, body image concerns, disordered eating, and substance use concerns. I work primarily from a multicultural feminist, relational therapy orientation, but frequently integrate skills from other therapy approaches, including CBT and ACT."
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."
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."
Yolonda Young-Adisa
MSW, ACSW
Verified by Psychology Today
"Welcome! Thank you for your interest in my clinical practice. I believe in our shared ability to co-create meaning that will lead to greater insight, and ultimately positive changes in your life. Your understanding about your life and everything that shapes your perspective will be central to our work together. I work relationally and utilize a culturally-inclusive approach to address the complex realities of your relationship to race, gender, culture, and sexuality. I value empathy and mindfulness as therapeutic tools that enhance awareness, and ultimately positive change.​"
(510) 298-3964
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"Welcome! Thank you for your interest in my clinical practice. I believe in our shared ability to co-create meaning that will lead to greater insight, and ultimately positive changes in your life. Your understanding about your life and everything that shapes your perspective will be central to our work together. I work relationally and utilize a culturally-inclusive approach to address the complex realities of your relationship to race, gender, culture, and sexuality. I value empathy and mindfulness as therapeutic tools that enhance awareness, and ultimately positive change.​"
Sandy Huynh, Marriage & Family Therapist Associate
Marriage & Family Therapist Associate, AMFT, #109905
Verified by Psychology Today
"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."
Renee Beck, MFT, Marriage & Family Therapist
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, MA, MFT
Verified by Psychology Today
"As a practicioner on a creative, spiritual, or healing arts path, you face a unique set of challenges, and your work can bring up unconscious issues that you might have never noticed otherwise. Sometimes working with someone to heal on a deeper level can be useful. Together, we can work to help you access your inner clarity and wisdom, feather out the personal, interpersonal, social, creative and spiritual facets of your experience, and bring them together in new and healing ways. You don't have to do this alone! Call me to see how I can help."
(510) 768-7292
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"As a practicioner on a creative, spiritual, or healing arts path, you face a unique set of challenges, and your work can bring up unconscious issues that you might have never noticed otherwise. Sometimes working with someone to heal on a deeper level can be useful. Together, we can work to help you access your inner clarity and wisdom, feather out the personal, interpersonal, social, creative and spiritual facets of your experience, and bring them together in new and healing ways. You don't have to do this alone! Call me to see how I can help."
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. "
Erika Crowell Altobelli, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
Verified by Psychology Today
"Making a commitment to change can be daunting. Whether you are reaching out to resolve current conflicts of values or conscience, or to improve your relationships with family members, friends or work colleagues, help is available. Together we will identify obstacles and work towards a timely resolution or to the recognition that the goal is not necessarily equilibrium but a healthy striving between what we currently are and what we could be or hope to become."
(510) 907-6872
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"Making a commitment to change can be daunting. Whether you are reaching out to resolve current conflicts of values or conscience, or to improve your relationships with family members, friends or work colleagues, help is available. Together we will identify obstacles and work towards a timely resolution or to the recognition that the goal is not necessarily equilibrium but a healthy striving between what we currently are and what we could be or hope to become."
Mophead Femme Therapy, Marriage & Family Therapist
Marriage & Family Therapist, MS, LMFT
Verified by Psychology Today
"Femmes have unique experiences, even within queer communities. We tend to be emotionally intelligent and self-aware. We tend to be good communicators, hard working, and are both self-reliant and community builders. We often come off as more put together than we feel. Our personal strengths and struggles are shared because they exist within the context of misogyny that conditions us that the needs of others are more important than our own."
(859) 904-5768
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"Femmes have unique experiences, even within queer communities. We tend to be emotionally intelligent and self-aware. We tend to be good communicators, hard working, and are both self-reliant and community builders. We often come off as more put together than we feel. Our personal strengths and struggles are shared because they exist within the context of misogyny that conditions us that the needs of others are more important than our own."
Joanna Gardner
AMFT, APCC, MA
Verified by Psychology Today
"I welcome those who find themselves in the unknown spaces of their lives, when transitions or change are calling them to shed what no longer serves them, and become more of who they truly are. I sit with you as a collaborative ally in the discovery of your own unique inner voice. While we may seek to understand old limiting beliefs, our deeper journey is toward uncovering the part of you that naturally moves towards its greatest wholeness and aliveness. Together we find the resources you already have to support your unfolding process."
(415) 231-1588
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"I welcome those who find themselves in the unknown spaces of their lives, when transitions or change are calling them to shed what no longer serves them, and become more of who they truly are. I sit with you as a collaborative ally in the discovery of your own unique inner voice. While we may seek to understand old limiting beliefs, our deeper journey is toward uncovering the part of you that naturally moves towards its greatest wholeness and aliveness. Together we find the resources you already have to support your unfolding process."
Shauna Bergh, Marriage & Family Therapist
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT, RYT-500
Verified by Psychology Today
"I take a holistic approach to therapy with children, teens and individual adults, looking deeply into the interplay between mind, body and spirit. I work collaboratively with clients to explore socio-cultural considerations, how we fit or don't fit in that context and our opportunities for growth. We'll sort through to find and examine unconscious patterns and get creative to generate alternatives that put you more in line with your goals and life purpose. If you don't know what those are, we'll figure that out too."
(510) 852-9349
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"I take a holistic approach to therapy with children, teens and individual adults, looking deeply into the interplay between mind, body and spirit. I work collaboratively with clients to explore socio-cultural considerations, how we fit or don't fit in that context and our opportunities for growth. We'll sort through to find and examine unconscious patterns and get creative to generate alternatives that put you more in line with your goals and life purpose. If you don't know what those are, we'll figure that out too."
Kristina Orlova, Marriage & Family Therapist
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT
Verified by Psychology Today
"Feeling unsure? Or It just doesn't feel right? Plagued with thoughts that you can't seem to stop? Feelings that are over-powering and keeping you in a state of panic and fear? You most like have OCD or an Anxiety Disorder. Want to learn how to turn this around? Through Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) and Exposure Response Prevention (ERP) we will build a new foundation for you, create you fear blueprint, and teach you how to apply tools and strategies to regain control of your life."
(415) 993-5512
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"Feeling unsure? Or It just doesn't feel right? Plagued with thoughts that you can't seem to stop? Feelings that are over-powering and keeping you in a state of panic and fear? You most like have OCD or an Anxiety Disorder. Want to learn how to turn this around? Through Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) and Exposure Response Prevention (ERP) we will build a new foundation for you, create you fear blueprint, and teach you how to apply tools and strategies to regain control of your life."
James Francis Gallagher Jr., Marriage & Family Therapist Associate
Marriage & Family Therapist Associate, MA, AMFT
Verified by Psychology Today
"We are all born whole, in lovingkind perfection. But life produces obstacles that sidetrack our becoming ourselves. Obstacles take any forms: trauma in the body, inauthentic identities, existential fears, beliefs indoctrinated but in conflict with one's essential values, or anxiety that something is wrong with oneself. The result can be alienation, grief, substance use issues, depression, anxiety, difficulty connecting, or incapacity to speak or create from the heart. Reconnecting with ones body, the natural world, and with an unconditional community are the foundations re-emerging into the Self you've always been. "
(510) 876-9446
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"We are all born whole, in lovingkind perfection. But life produces obstacles that sidetrack our becoming ourselves. Obstacles take any forms: trauma in the body, inauthentic identities, existential fears, beliefs indoctrinated but in conflict with one's essential values, or anxiety that something is wrong with oneself. The result can be alienation, grief, substance use issues, depression, anxiety, difficulty connecting, or incapacity to speak or create from the heart. Reconnecting with ones body, the natural world, and with an unconditional community are the foundations re-emerging into the Self you've always been. "
Ben Safa Lintschinger, Associate Clinical Social Worker
Associate Clinical Social Worker, ASW, MSW
Verified by Psychology Today
"I work collaboratively with you to find clarity within difficult times, connection with loved ones, relief from pain, and fulfillment in life. Give me a call - I offer a sliding scale to make therapy affordable. I've worked with people experiencing major life changes, relationship issues, emotional pain, substance use problems, and who are just trying to untangle the threads of the past. I create a positive atmosphere for people of diverse backgrounds (including race, ethnicity and faith) and sexual orientations (including queer, poly and kink)."
(415) 766-2789
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"I work collaboratively with you to find clarity within difficult times, connection with loved ones, relief from pain, and fulfillment in life. Give me a call - I offer a sliding scale to make therapy affordable. I've worked with people experiencing major life changes, relationship issues, emotional pain, substance use problems, and who are just trying to untangle the threads of the past. I create a positive atmosphere for people of diverse backgrounds (including race, ethnicity and faith) and sexual orientations (including queer, poly and kink)."

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