Adults Therapists in Midtown, Sacramento, CA

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Photo of Charlotte Jevons, Psychologist in Midtown, Sacramento, CA
Charlotte Jevons
Psychologist, PsyD
Verified
Verified
I am caring, warm, curious, respectful, open-minded and sincere. I welcome adults and mature adolescents to my practice who are struggling with a wide range of issues – problems with relationships, work, love, fear, hearing voices, play, sex, confusion, being alone, being with others, paranoia, feeling stuck, despair, worry, troubling thoughts, grief, etc. I am trained and experienced in treating depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder, schizophrenia, psychotic breaks, schizoaffective disorder, psychosis, PTSD, OCD and personality disorders.
(916) 619-5301
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Midtown
Sacramento, CA 95811
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Clay Collaborative Therapy Practice
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
Verified
Verified
We offer individual talk and art therapy for kids, teens, and adults , as well as supportive coaching sessions for parents.
We see you feeling overwhelmed, stressed, and disconnected from your emotions. You're simultaneously worried about the state of the world and paralyzed from information overload. We see our kids struggling with feelings of insecurity and perfectionism, compounded by the stress of social media and looming fears about the future. We want to help you find more calm and greater peace through a deeper understanding of yourself.
(279) 202-9374
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Midtown
Sacramento, CA 95814
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Katie Hodgson
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
Verified
Verified
I have a background in working with historical and recent traumas, mood disorders, addiction, dual diagnosis, relationship issues, couples, medical professionals, teens, elderly and millennial adults .
My therapeutic style is warm, personable, compassionate, honest, humorous and humble. I work in a collaborative manner and address clients with unconditional positive regard as we create a therapeutic relationship. Strengthening self-compassion and self-acceptance are cornerstones of therapeutic work with me. My treatment modalities are eclectic and culturally sensitive, rooted in cognitive behavioral, emotion focused, solution-focused, psychodynamic, client-centered & narrative therapies. My goal in therapy is to assist you in effectively creating the unique change you desire in your life, be it internal shifts or external steps.
(916) 238-8353
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Midtown
Sacramento, CA 95816
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Andrew R Smith
Psychologist, PhD
Verified
1 Endorsed
Verified
1 Endorsed
I bring over 25 years experience as a therapist to help individual adults , teens, couples, and families to achieve their goals.
In our lives we are all trying to maximize our happiness and minimize our pain. Our life situation can feel overwhelming, pain can feel constant, and happiness can feel far out of our reach. Unfortunately, sometimes what we thought would make us happy ends up bringing us more pain instead. I offer support and tools to help you re-orient yourself on your path toward cultivating happiness. I use a holistic approach to helping my clients, which may include a combination of Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy, Buddhist-oriented psychology/mindfulness strategies, emotion regulation, and communication skills training.
(916) 302-4205
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Midtown
Sacramento, CA 95816
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Cathy Brownstone
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT
Verified
Verified
These are some of the areas or specialities I like to work with: Women's Issues; Anxiety; Depression; Life Transitions; Alcohol, Drug and/or Eating Disorders; Financial Problems including Compulsive Spending/Shopping; Adults Sexually Abused as Children; Gay and Lesbian Population; Trauma; Couples Issues; Personal Growth; Adolescent Issues.
Good therapy is based more on the unique relationship between clinician and client more than a specific technique or model practiced. Research studies support this statement. I work with people to help them solve their emotional conflicts, improve their communication and resolve trauma. I am a compassionate, empathic, caring professional who provides a secure and safe environment for you to explore your feelings, thoughts, and behaviors. Whether you are in crisis, or want to focus on personal growth, I can help you uncover and discover what is most important to you and improve the quality of your life.
(916) 461-8523
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Midtown
Sacramento, CA 95811
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Kris Johnson
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT
Verified
Verified
I work mostly with individuals and small groups, teens and adults . I'm open minded, playful and I take your concerns sincerely. I enjoy working with people, particularly those coping with trauma, health issues, LGBTQ related struggles, educational issues, neurodivergence, anxiety, and inattention. If you are interested in breaking through old patterns: Let me help. All are welcome.
(530) 282-1929
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Midtown
Sacramento, CA 95811
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Arrickia McDaniel
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, EdD, LCSW
Verified
Verified
As a clinician I have over 20yrs. of experience serving adults , couples, families and adolescents in the Greater Sacramento Area. Practice provides culturally diverse psychotherapy and counseling services to individuals, families and couples. Serving clients experiencing depression, trauma, grief and loss; as well as life coaching.
(916) 764-3568
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Midtown
Sacramento, CA 95816
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Jennifer Efemena Ozomaro
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT
Verified
Verified
I have experience working with various individuals, including youth, adults , couples, and families.
Hello! My name is Jennifer Ozomaro. I'm a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist in California and run my private practice, Seeds of Growth Counseling. I provide support in navigating through life's transitions and helping you get unstuck. I like to work collaboratively with my clients to help them gain more control, understand their feelings, and set achievable treatment goals for the future.
(530) 212-7049
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Midtown
Sacramento, CA 95811
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Leanne Azevedo
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT, 97516
Verified
1 Endorsed
Verified
1 Endorsed
I LOVE TO WORK WITH: Adults , Anxiety & Mood Disorders, ADHD, Autism Spectrum Disorder, Relationship & Communication Difficulties, Life Adjustments & Life Purpose, Empaths & Highly Sensitive People.
My hope is that the safe and supportive environment I seek to create will be a place where you can openly process difficult thoughts, feelings, and experiences without judgment. When you work with me in therapy, I will assist you in finding the tools and skills needed to live your life more effectively. I know that the challenges you may be facing right now can feel really big and overwhelming and I am here to sit with you in your pain and to help you make positive changes in your life, in part by accessing the wisdom and strength you already hold within.
(916) 352-8874
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Midtown
Sacramento, CA 95816
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Julie Strathdee
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT
Verified
Verified
Are you or your child struggling with anxiety, trauma or depression? Questioning gender or sexuality? Are you worried there may be something more serious going on and want to speak with a therapist who specializes in Anxiety Disorders, PTSD, LGBTQ+ Identities, Non-Binary and Transgender Affirming Care? I am dedicated to providing therapy for children, teenagers, and adults who, in the process of discovering their most authentic selves, bump up against panic attacks, depression, gender dysphoria and suicidal thoughts.
(916) 507-0665
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Midtown
Sacramento, CA 95811
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Jeri White
Associate Professional Clinical Counselor, APCC
Verified
Verified
I am motivated to work with adults who are experiencing difficult and challenging times in life and may be experiencing anxiety, stress, depression, trauma or grief; those who, for any of these reasons find themselves feeling overwhelmed, frustrated, sad, unmotivated or just stuck.
(916) 866-7741 x3
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Midtown
Sacramento, CA 95811
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Rosa Di Lorenzo
Psychologist, PsyD
Verified
1 Endorsed
Verified
1 Endorsed
My professional experience is broad, and includes working with people suffering from anxiety, depression, sexual and physical abuse; adult children of alcoholics, war veterans, college students, women, families, couples, adults and adolescents.
How would you like to live a vital, fulfilling life and reduce the effects of stress and anxiety that keep you stuck? I offer integrative mind/body approaches to health and wellness, including ACT and Mindfulness-based psychotherapy, Somatic Experiencing, a tailored use of meditation and body awareness techniques, suggestions for lifestyle adjustments, and emphasis on Being in the moment. I am also interested in existential issues like aging, transitions and losses, relationships/communication problems, and managing changes. Being mother tongue Italian, I am happy to offer bilingual services to Italian-speaking clients.
(916) 525-8595
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Midtown
Sacramento, CA 95816
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Sharon M Hagan
Psychologist, PsyD
Verified
Verified
I offer individual therapy to adults for a variety of issues including relationship difficulties, depression, anxiety, trauma, and grief.
I value my clients as individuals, and know that at some time or other most people need a little assistance to overcome life's challenges. I recognize that no single therapeutic approach is effective for everyone, and I have learned to tailor techniques to match my clients' personal goals. Over the years, I have learned that making even small changes in the way we think and behave can dramatically improve the quality of our lives.
(916) 900-0380
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Midtown
Sacramento, CA 95819
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Fatin Alhadi
Psychologist, PsyD
Verified
Verified
I am a Clinical Psychologist and primarily work with children, teens, and adults .
Our experiences can lead us to struggle with difficult feelings interfering with how we want to live our lives. We can have difficulty in relationships, feel unsure about who we are or what we want, or feel stuck and find it difficult to move forward. People typically seek out therapy to live a happier, more fulfilled life, or feel better in the relationships they have with others. Therapy can help you develop a better understanding of yourself, understand why you feel how you feel, learn how to cope with difficult or overwhelming feelings, and how to move forward.
(916) 469-0182
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Midtown
Sacramento, CA 95814
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Susan Armstrong
Marriage & Family Therapist, MFT
Verified
7 Endorsed
Verified
7 Endorsed
I have had the opportunity to work with adults facing life changing events and challenges, and families seeking positive change and reconciliation.
I commend you for reaching out to the possibilities therapy may offer. Change begins in this moment. Life can feel unmanageable. We experience the joys and challenges of relationships. The relationship may be with ourselves: inner struggles, uncertain goals, questioned values, addictive tendencies and confusion as to why we "do what we do". The relationship may be with another. The relationship may call upon us to clarify our expectations, to establish personal boundaries, to develop flexibility, to reflect on co-dependence, to improve our communication style and to open ourselves to change.
(916) 571-9164
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Midtown
Sacramento, CA 95816
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Michael Lysaght
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
Verified
4 Endorsed
Verified
4 Endorsed
Adults build self-compassion along with freedom of authentic expression.
*I offer teletherapy to clients in California, Nevada and Colorado. I offer in-office visits in Sacramento and San Francisco when allowed by local ordinance and client comfort.* Sometimes we expect far too much from ourselves. Each client is invited into a space where there is no expectation and where they are free to be themselves, without fear of judgement or misunderstanding. Adults can sometimes struggle to find space to hold compassion for themselves. Couples (and all variants of relationship structure) can also use a nonjudgmental time and space to feel heard, while building tools for communication.
(415) 723-4141
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Midtown
Sacramento, CA 95816
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Joanne Nichols Kuchera
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
Verified
Verified
Individual counseling sessions are available for adolescents and adults for the treatment of : Stress and Anxiety, Depression, Relationship issues, Trauma and Abuse, Life Transitions (grief and loss, divorce, career changes and retirement, dealing with aging parents), Chronic Pain, Parenting, Infertility, Eating and Weight issues.
As a practicing therapist for over 20 years, I have the privilege of working collaboratively with my clients to assist them in finding solutions to their problems and learning how to live life more authentically and with greater joy. Whatever your circumstance, if you're struggling to make changes, therapy and developing greater insight, may be just the energy you need to make the change you want. I believe that everyone has capacity for positive change and personal development, and that working together we can synergistically accomplish greater things than on our own.
(916) 713-5014
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Midtown
Sacramento, CA 95816
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Jessika L Morrison
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT
Verified
Verified
Hello! I am Jessika Morrison. I am currently accepting new clients. I love working with teens and adults ! I am passionate about helping you feel empowered and confident in the face of challenges. I am a firm believer in genuineness and the power of listening without judgment. I am inspired by mindfulness philosophy and take a "zen approach" in my practice as a therapist. I aim to support you with staying calm in the face of challenges, gaining confidence to examine yourself more deeply and to create more meaningful relationships.
(916) 237-9583
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Midtown
Sacramento, CA 95819
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Jordan Waite
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT
Verified
Verified
I enjoy working with children, teens and young adults .
I am motivated to help individuals and families build healthier relationships with themselves and the people around them. Being open and vulnerable with someone new can be very scary! My goal is to create a meaningful relationship with my clients by providing support, respect, and a safe environment to help build confidence, compassion, and resilience. I support clients who experience anxiety, depression, past trauma, non-traditional relationships, and neurodivergence. I also support families who are struggling with parent-child conflicts, LGBTQ+ youth and how to support them, and young children with behavior problems.
(858) 293-8021
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Midtown
Sacramento, CA 95821
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Bridget Koch-Timothy
Psychologist, PsyD
Verified
6 Endorsed
Verified
6 Endorsed
I believe that therapy is a powerful force in dealing with the emotions and difficulties that arise in daily life. It is my belief that in order for therapy to be effective, there must be trust between the client and therapist. Drawing heavily on humanistic theory, I utilize a collaborative, integrative approach to psychotherapy. I use strengths-based interventions to develop a strong therapeutic relationship and assist clients in the process of healing. I have training in the treatment of depression, anxiety, obsessive-compulsive disorder, substance use/abuse, self-esteem issues, and trauma-related symptoms in adolescents, adults , and veterans.
(916) 571-9315
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Midtown
Sacramento, CA 95816
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