Hello! I am a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist who integrates foundational principles of Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) with psychotherapy for individuals and families. I work with depression and anxiety disorders, adjustment disorders (grief/loss, divorce, stress, etc.), trauma, couple’s issues, and family relational problems. I have extensive experience as a behavior interventionist working to reduce challenging behaviors related to ADD/ADHD, Autism, Asperger’s Syndrome, and other special needs.
Have a particular life obstacle you're trying to overcome? Sometimes seeking help from a licensed expert is the best way to put things into perspective. As a committed professional Psychologist in Palo Alto, your wellbeing and mental strength is my number one priority. I'm happy to guide you through all of life's challenges. I offer my clients the attention and care they deserve, and I have the tools and expertise to help you get ahead.
I'm a licensed psychotherapist experienced in working with individuals of all ages, as well as families. I also provide parent guidance to assist parents in promoting their child's well being and improve family communication. I see my role as helping people dealing with stress, anxiety or any other life challenge, recognize underlying core issues and blind spots that may be preventing them from achieving a sense of peace and fulfillment. Learning new ways of coping, and of relating to self and others, can further improve confidence and vitality, as well as the capacity to engage in satisfying personal and professional relationships.
I’m here to support you on your journey to feeling better. Are you finding yourself more anxious, depressed, having a low mood, or frustrated with reality? Through the exploration of current and past experiences and relationships, I can help you heal your personal struggles and improve your sense of strength in your inner self and find meaning in your life. My goal is to provide the highest quality psychotherapy in an atmosphere of safety and trust to help you live a satisfying and happy life. I have expertise working with engineers, medical professionals, first responders, essential workers, therapists, and educators.
Neuropsychologists Dr. Anneliese Radke & Dr. Nicholas Bott specialize in assessment for those seeking assistance with diagnostic clarification for complex cases with multifactorial components, characterizing extent of cognitive & functional changes, describing one’s cognitive profile (e.g., strengths & weaknesses), determining baseline functioning, & tracking changes over time. We provide individualized treatment recommendations & we offer consultation with treatment providers. We also provide supportive & psychoeducational services for individuals & families managing issues related to changes in brain functioning.
Throughout our lives, we all have experienced feelings of depression, anxiety, and anger. These emotions leave you feeling insecure, shameful, lonely, unworthy and stuck in unhealthy patterns of behavior. Trauma can have negative emotional and physical effects and can lead to family/relationship issues. I specialize in solution-focused brief therapy, motivational interviewing, mindfulness and CBT. These approaches allow me to work with the client to decrease symptoms of anxiety and depression and other health/behavioral issues.
My therapy focuses on stress management and relaxation techniques for Silicon Valley professional women. To address the unique pressures facing females in tech, including but not limited to: work life balance, gender and race issues in the workplace, and professional advancement, I use evidence-based practices, informed by strengths and systemic perspectives, to help decrease stress and worry, and cultivate enhanced energy, joy, and vitality.
** We are now contracted with Kaiser Permanente.** Stuck in anxiety, depression, and unhappy relationships? You may find yourself feeling down, overwhelmed; over-thinking, and doubting if you would ever feel joy. You are not alone. It is POSSIBLE to feel better so you can have the relationships, career, and the life that you want.
The decision to enter therapy can be a difficult one. For many, recent and/or previous stressors have begun to feel insurmountable, and seem to be getting in the way of living a full, meaningful life. I strive to provide a safe, supportive, and accepting atmosphere in order to truly understand each individual's lived-experience. I also work together with my clients, flexibly tailoring evidence-based interventions to best meet their unique needs and goals. In doing so, I help clients to develop greater awareness of their strengths, build resiliency, and learn new strategies for overcoming emotional suffering.
Hello! I am a LCSW passionate about working with individuals and families struggling with severe mood and anxiety. As you can see from my picture I have a compassionate yet light-hearted spirit that connects well with kids of all ages. For 11 years, I worked in the Pediatric Bipolar Disorders Program at Stanford creating and modifying therapeutic treatment modalities for children and families. For this reason, I am best suited for clients with mood or anxiety disorders, behavioral difficulties, & suicidal tendencies. I see the most success when I am permitted to work with the client and the family simultaneously.
I am CA state licensed marriage and family therapist, National Certified Counselor and Registered Yoga Teacher. I maintain a private practice in Palo Alto, Redwood City and Berkeley and see clients for individual, couple psychotherapy and career counseling. I have taught courses for Kaiser Permanente in Behavioral Health and served as a coach/facilitator in Medical Weight Management. My training includes over 10 years in Intensive Short-Term Dynamic Psychotherapy (ISTDP) and 7 years in Control Mastery, both evidenced based treatment approaches to help clients build their inner resources and motivation to reach their goals.
Psychotherapy is a gift we give to ourselves. That hour per week we set aside to explore our inner worlds - our thoughts, our emotions, and our sensations - and get some relief, heal, integrate, and grow. It is an honor for me to share that hour with you, to accompany you, to witness you, and to discover with you.
I am a licensed psychologist trained in the assessment, diagnosis, & treatment of learning, autism spectrum, mood, and ADHD, across the lifespan (3-72 years old)! Myself & my team are excited to offer remote services for assessment, therapy, & interventions. People often seek my services secondary to unanswered questions regarding their struggles at school, home, work, or socially. Some clients have had previous evaluations which have failed to address pressing concerns. I pride myself in getting to the root of the struggles (beyond diagnosis) so that the appropriate recommendations can be made.
Sometimes life’s events can be overwhelming, making everyday activities and incidents even more difficult to handle. These experiences can lead to sadness, anxiety, insecurity, feelings of isolation, and even an immense feeling of loss or being lost. It is in these moments that having a safe, confidential and non-judgemental space to talk to someone can be the most helpful. As a therapist, I provide a space where we can work collaboratively to reflect and gain insight on these cycles, where they come from and how they impact our choices and behaviors to make healthy and sustainable changes in our lives.
Each person has unique strengths and needs that can change over the course of therapy. My approach is collaborative, emotion-focused, interpersonally-oriented, and culturally responsive. I believe that no matter the struggle or mental health challenge, everyone has the capacity to grow, change, and find a meaningful life. I value working with you to chart a path for therapy that draws on your lived experience and my expertise in evidence-based treatments, so that I can walk alongside you as you move courageously toward the life you want to live. My work includes individual psychotherapy, trauma treatment, and couple/family therapy.
Are you feeling anxious and overwhelmed? Do you feel unhappy and down? Would you like to feel happier and have more satisfaction in your life? I work with adolescents and adults using a variety of TEAM-CBT techniques to help you overcome depression, anxiety, habits and relationship problems.
I approach psychotherapy from a spiritual perspective and I believe therapy, along with other practices, can help us awaken to a life of meaning. In therapy I will help you identify the source of your longing to be whole, and together, we will move closer to that source, so you become re-sourced. Together we will explore your innate natural cycles and help you align to your own inner rhythm, so that you might meet depletion with rest and energy with creativity.
Our mission is to help our communities live a healthy life. Our team at Mind-Body Care focuses on nurturing the health of your mind, body, and soul by helping you find ways to pause, recenter and restore. We are a group of compassionate, sensitive and engaged clinicians who can help you develop a healthy, more meaningful and positive relationship with your own self and others. It is our passion to walk alongside individuals, couples, and families as they navigate the journey of living, relating, and loving each other well.
For more than 10 years, I am practicing in the field and guided by the goal to help people gain hope and relief in their lives. Life can present us with challenges; we sometime struggles with stress, difficulties in relationships and overwhelming life events. If you are interested in productive and meaningful change in your life I would like to invite you to work with me.
I have been a psychotherapist for adults and adolescents for over 20 years. People come to me to deal with painful feelings and difficulties in living, and to improve their sense of well-being. Many of the clients I see have relationship issues, depression, anxiety or low self-esteem. Living in Silicon Valley brings its own set of problems, which I am particularly interested in. Some people are unclear what troubles them, but are unhappy with their lives.