Mackenzie Sodestrom, Marriage & Family Therapist
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT
Verified by Psychology Today
"Navigating your 20's is a bit more difficult than you thought it would be. As you figure out life as a 20-something, you often compare yourself to your peers and feel behind. You may feel not quite as successful as others or like you are somehow behind where you thought you should be in life. In many ways, you're not sure how well you're doing this whole adulting thing and feel like your worst critic. You often feel guilty often and ashamed and want to feel more confident in yourself."
Codependency
Grief
(925) 259-3133 x109
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Codependency
Grief
"Navigating your 20's is a bit more difficult than you thought it would be. As you figure out life as a 20-something, you often compare yourself to your peers and feel behind. You may feel not quite as successful as others or like you are somehow behind where you thought you should be in life. In many ways, you're not sure how well you're doing this whole adulting thing and feel like your worst critic. You often feel guilty often and ashamed and want to feel more confident in yourself."
Claudia Sieber, Marriage & Family Therapist
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, MFT
Office is near:
Oakland, California 94609
"Are you struggling with behaviors that you know are not good for you? Are you worried and depressed about your life and your relationships? Let me help you sort out your thoughts and feelings and help you get back on track. I also love seeing couples and families. You may bring significant others to your therapy if you wish, to help focus you in your relationship goals."
Codependency
Grief
(510) 730-3158
Office is near:
Oakland, California 94609
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Codependency
Grief
"Are you struggling with behaviors that you know are not good for you? Are you worried and depressed about your life and your relationships? Let me help you sort out your thoughts and feelings and help you get back on track. I also love seeing couples and families. You may bring significant others to your therapy if you wish, to help focus you in your relationship goals."
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."
Codependency
Grief
(510) 328-4109
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Codependency
Grief
"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."
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."
Codependency
Grief
(510) 356-0264
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Codependency
Grief
"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."
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. "
Codependency
Grief
(510) 826-3591
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Codependency
Grief
"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. "
Quincy L Wilkins, Marriage & Family Therapist
Marriage & Family Therapist, MS, LMFT, LPCC
Verified by Psychology Today
"Life isn't always easy. Whether you're dealing with an existing challenge, a current stressful situation, or you're turning a page to start a new chapter of your life, I believe we all can benefit from someone helping us to manage these changes and transitions. My therapeutic goal is to help you better manage your life's challenges and to provide you with tools and strategies to achieve your personal goals."
Codependency
Grief
(510) 900-8769
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Codependency
Grief
"Life isn't always easy. Whether you're dealing with an existing challenge, a current stressful situation, or you're turning a page to start a new chapter of your life, I believe we all can benefit from someone helping us to manage these changes and transitions. My therapeutic goal is to help you better manage your life's challenges and to provide you with tools and strategies to achieve your personal goals."
Hall McCann, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
Verified by Psychology Today
"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. "
Codependency
Grief
(510) 488-2159
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Codependency
Grief
"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. "
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."
Codependency
Grief
(510) 466-1346
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Codependency
Grief
"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."
Robyn El-Bardai, Psychologist
Psychologist, PsyD, MA, (Educ)
Verified by Psychology Today
"Doctoral level psychologist. In our complimentary introductory session you will discover whether your reason for seeking therapy finds resonance with my style and expertise. I draw from years of diverse experience integrated with various psychological theories about how people can find meaning, satisfaction, and joy in life. In 2012 I received an award for "recognition of outstanding academic, social and personal achievements, and commitment to working with the underserved." Other recognitions include being interviewed on TV, being on the cover of GradPSYCH magazine, and being chosen to speak at the national conference of the American Psychological Association in 2015."
Codependency
Grief
(510) 564-7408
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Codependency
Grief
"Doctoral level psychologist. In our complimentary introductory session you will discover whether your reason for seeking therapy finds resonance with my style and expertise. I draw from years of diverse experience integrated with various psychological theories about how people can find meaning, satisfaction, and joy in life. In 2012 I received an award for "recognition of outstanding academic, social and personal achievements, and commitment to working with the underserved." Other recognitions include being interviewed on TV, being on the cover of GradPSYCH magazine, and being chosen to speak at the national conference of the American Psychological Association in 2015."
Tim Henry, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
Verified by Psychology Today
"Who is driving you crazy? Your partner, your boss, your teacher, your mother? Are you feeling overwhelmed, trapped, unsatisfied? Would you like to be more assertive, establish stronger boundaries & have more satisfying relationships? Would you like to remove obstacles that are preventing you from achieving your dreams? I want to help you develop life-long patterns to sustain a richer, more gratifying life. I specialize in working with adults going through transitions relating to work, school & relationships. I love working with intelligent, creative, motivated & insightful clients."
Codependency
Grief
(510) 878-4379
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Codependency
Grief
"Who is driving you crazy? Your partner, your boss, your teacher, your mother? Are you feeling overwhelmed, trapped, unsatisfied? Would you like to be more assertive, establish stronger boundaries & have more satisfying relationships? Would you like to remove obstacles that are preventing you from achieving your dreams? I want to help you develop life-long patterns to sustain a richer, more gratifying life. I specialize in working with adults going through transitions relating to work, school & relationships. I love working with intelligent, creative, motivated & insightful clients."
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."
Codependency
Grief
(510) 852-9349
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Codependency
Grief
"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."
Tara Daniels, Marriage & Family Therapist
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT
Verified by Psychology Today
"We learn patterns and behaviors early on that help us cope with life's challenges. Sometimes, these tools stop working or become unhelpful. I want to help you recreate your toolbox. Whatever you are dealing with, I provide a safe space for you to be able to deepen and internally investigate so we can mindfully take on your complex problems. If you are dealing with relationship issues, depression, trauma, anxiety, I approach all with curiosity. My goal is to have you leave therapy feeling heard, understood, and empowered to make new choices that work for you."
Codependency
Grief
(510) 447-1437
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Codependency
Grief
"We learn patterns and behaviors early on that help us cope with life's challenges. Sometimes, these tools stop working or become unhelpful. I want to help you recreate your toolbox. Whatever you are dealing with, I provide a safe space for you to be able to deepen and internally investigate so we can mindfully take on your complex problems. If you are dealing with relationship issues, depression, trauma, anxiety, I approach all with curiosity. My goal is to have you leave therapy feeling heard, understood, and empowered to make new choices that work for you."
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. "
Codependency
Grief
(510) 876-9446
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Codependency
Grief
"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. "
Kendra Feliz Paulsen, Marriage & Family Therapist Associate
Marriage & Family Therapist Associate, MA
Verified by Psychology Today
"As a depth psychotherapist, one of the things I do is help my clients know their unknown issues. I do this by creating a safe therapeutic environment in which to explore and bring repair to the past injuries and traumas holding my clients back from experiencing life and relationships in a full and meaningful way. I like to look at my client's dreams, artwork, and daily life experiences, to bring light and insight to blockages and barriers to their full experience and enjoyment of life. Such blockages can be past trauma, incorrect embedded beliefs, and ingrained thought patterns and habits."
Codependency
Grief
(510) 922-0049
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Codependency
Grief
"As a depth psychotherapist, one of the things I do is help my clients know their unknown issues. I do this by creating a safe therapeutic environment in which to explore and bring repair to the past injuries and traumas holding my clients back from experiencing life and relationships in a full and meaningful way. I like to look at my client's dreams, artwork, and daily life experiences, to bring light and insight to blockages and barriers to their full experience and enjoyment of life. Such blockages can be past trauma, incorrect embedded beliefs, and ingrained thought patterns and habits."
India B Gomez, Psychologist
Psychologist, PhD
Verified by Psychology Today
"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."
Codependency
Grief
(925) 392-3428
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Codependency
Grief
"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."
Evelyn Natalya Fleischman, Marriage & Family Therapist
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, MFT
Verified by Psychology Today
"I specialize in somatic psychotherapy, a body/mind approach that helps you change core beliefs and attitudes that are causing you suffering. I help you find out why you do what you do by having you study your unconscious through experiments in mindfulness. These experiments allow you to connect with the most authentic parts of yourself and heal the pain that is stopping you from living the life you deserve."
Codependency
Grief
(510) 239-5301
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Codependency
Grief
"I specialize in somatic psychotherapy, a body/mind approach that helps you change core beliefs and attitudes that are causing you suffering. I help you find out why you do what you do by having you study your unconscious through experiments in mindfulness. These experiments allow you to connect with the most authentic parts of yourself and heal the pain that is stopping you from living the life you deserve."
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."
Codependency
Grief
(415) 548-2797
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Codependency
Grief
"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."
María Romero Jackson, Marriage & Family Therapist
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT
Verified by Psychology Today
"Everyone goes through challenging situations in life, and while you may have successfully navigated through other difficulties you've faced, there's nothing wrong with seeking out extra support when you need it. My approach is to be warm and deeply interested in both your struggles and your strengths. I work with clients who wish to understand and shift their anxiety, depression, self-criticism, and relationship difficulties. I particularly enjoy working with clients who carry marginalized identities including women, queer, trans, and POC clients. Central to my approach is the belief that cultural and environmental factors deeply play a role in our development."
Codependency
Grief
(510) 746-8218
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Codependency
Grief
"Everyone goes through challenging situations in life, and while you may have successfully navigated through other difficulties you've faced, there's nothing wrong with seeking out extra support when you need it. My approach is to be warm and deeply interested in both your struggles and your strengths. I work with clients who wish to understand and shift their anxiety, depression, self-criticism, and relationship difficulties. I particularly enjoy working with clients who carry marginalized identities including women, queer, trans, and POC clients. Central to my approach is the belief that cultural and environmental factors deeply play a role in our development."
Sarah E Warner, Psychologist
Psychologist, PhD
Verified by Psychology Today
"I am a clinical psychologist with over 30 years of experience. I have had the privilege of working with many children, adolescents, adults, couples and families who are dealing with a multitude of issues (e.g., depression, anxiety, problem behaviors, substance abuse, co-dependency). I incorporate mindfulness, solution-focused, and strength-based techniques to help facilitate change and bring about relief from painful emotions and from feeling stuck. I believe in honoring what you are already doing right and will collaboratively explore options and tools that will bring about growth and healing."
Codependency
Grief
(510) 398-6367
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Codependency
Grief
"I am a clinical psychologist with over 30 years of experience. I have had the privilege of working with many children, adolescents, adults, couples and families who are dealing with a multitude of issues (e.g., depression, anxiety, problem behaviors, substance abuse, co-dependency). I incorporate mindfulness, solution-focused, and strength-based techniques to help facilitate change and bring about relief from painful emotions and from feeling stuck. I believe in honoring what you are already doing right and will collaboratively explore options and tools that will bring about growth and healing."
Bri Badelle, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
Verified by Psychology Today
"The focus of my practice is working with folx from various communities (women from all backgrounds, men of color, LGBTQ, varying spiritual and cultural beliefs, those who want to work through their racism to become allies, etc) figure out how to best navigate their lives. As we get older and become more successful, it becomes harder to just "figure things out", while also staying true to ourselves. I see my clients as the experts of their own lives and I am just here to help them figure out which route to take. "
Codependency
Grief
(510) 573-7559
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Codependency
Grief
"The focus of my practice is working with folx from various communities (women from all backgrounds, men of color, LGBTQ, varying spiritual and cultural beliefs, those who want to work through their racism to become allies, etc) figure out how to best navigate their lives. As we get older and become more successful, it becomes harder to just "figure things out", while also staying true to ourselves. I see my clients as the experts of their own lives and I am just here to help them figure out which route to take. "

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Codependency Therapists
Codependency is a personality style characterized by a need to constantly help others, especially one's primary partner, and especially a person who's addicted. Codependent people usually put aside their own needs in order to try to meet the needs of another person or other people. If you're looking for codependency counseling in 94609, or help for someone who's codependent, these trained codependency 94609 therapists, or codependency 94609 counselors, will assist.

How can I tell if a therapist is right for me?
Therapists in Oakland 94609 are able to work with a wide range of issues.

For example, if you're seeking a marriage counselor in 94609 you'll find that most therapists are trained in marriage counseling or couples counseling in 94609 and couples therapy. And they welcome families for family counseling in 94609 or family therapy in Oakland 94609.