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Barbara Way, Counselor
Counselor, MA, LPCC, LPC
Verified by Psychology Today
" Are you passionate and invested in leading the life you desire, but uncertain about how to achieve it? Living aligned with our personal values can be a struggle & everyone feels confused, anxious or overwhelmed while creating their “preferred lives”. I work with adults who are "seeking": a path to self-acceptance; clarity and support through big choices/transitions; improved personal and professional relationships."
(510) 851-9865
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" Are you passionate and invested in leading the life you desire, but uncertain about how to achieve it? Living aligned with our personal values can be a struggle & everyone feels confused, anxious or overwhelmed while creating their “preferred lives”. I work with adults who are "seeking": a path to self-acceptance; clarity and support through big choices/transitions; improved personal and professional relationships."
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."
Natalie Jones, Counselor
Counselor, PsyD, LPCC
Verified by Psychology Today
"Have you been in several relationships that have been abusive? Do you wonder why most of the people in your life are toxic? Perhaps, you wonder if you can ever be in a happy healthy relationship, because many people in your life seem unreliable, manipulative, and uncaring. Maybe you are starting to feel as though you may be better off alone because you doubt whether you will be able to connect with people who value you for who you are. You long for a safe place to talk out without being judged, and to connect with someone who understands."
(704) 997-2065
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"Have you been in several relationships that have been abusive? Do you wonder why most of the people in your life are toxic? Perhaps, you wonder if you can ever be in a happy healthy relationship, because many people in your life seem unreliable, manipulative, and uncaring. Maybe you are starting to feel as though you may be better off alone because you doubt whether you will be able to connect with people who value you for who you are. You long for a safe place to talk out without being judged, and to connect with someone who understands."
Francisca Lizana, Marriage & Family Therapist
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
Verified by Psychology Today
"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."
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."
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."
Catherine Barber, Marriage & Family Therapist
Marriage & Family Therapist, MS, LMFT
Verified by Psychology Today
"Depression, Anxiety, PTSD/Trauma, Substance Abuse/Addiction, Alcoholism, or Codependency causing stumbling blocks? If these are issues you would like help addressing, then let's talk. Perhaps PTSD, depression or anxiety are roadblocks in your life. Perhaps you are self medicating with substances to reduce symptoms of depression, anxiety, or trauma. Or perhaps you are struggling with codependent behaviors that stop you from growing. I am trained in a variety of treatment modalities to help you connect with your healthy self and get back on your path to a balanced life. "
(408) 741-9438
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"Depression, Anxiety, PTSD/Trauma, Substance Abuse/Addiction, Alcoholism, or Codependency causing stumbling blocks? If these are issues you would like help addressing, then let's talk. Perhaps PTSD, depression or anxiety are roadblocks in your life. Perhaps you are self medicating with substances to reduce symptoms of depression, anxiety, or trauma. Or perhaps you are struggling with codependent behaviors that stop you from growing. I am trained in a variety of treatment modalities to help you connect with your healthy self and get back on your path to a balanced life. "
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!"
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
Verified by Psychology Today
"You feel pressure to do things perfectly. You fall into spells of worry or self-criticsm about work or relationship. Even though you've been successful, it doesn't feel like enough. The good news is that this is normal. The bad news is that its gotten bad enough that you are reading this. Moving forward with your life has gotten harder and you want to get "unstuck." I have never lost interest in helping people through these "stuck spots". Over the years I've noticed that often a "stuck spot" is a sign that its time to heal something, grow out of something or change something. And, something better is waiting on the other side."
(510) 953-5089
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"You feel pressure to do things perfectly. You fall into spells of worry or self-criticsm about work or relationship. Even though you've been successful, it doesn't feel like enough. The good news is that this is normal. The bad news is that its gotten bad enough that you are reading this. Moving forward with your life has gotten harder and you want to get "unstuck." I have never lost interest in helping people through these "stuck spots". Over the years I've noticed that often a "stuck spot" is a sign that its time to heal something, grow out of something or change something. And, something better is waiting on the other side."
Mark Bronnenberg, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
Verified by Psychology Today
"One of the most important elements necessary for deep, self-reflective therapy is the presence of a respectful, emotionally engaged, and caring environment. Successful therapy hinges on the quality of the relationship. Over my 25 year career of working with both individuals and couples, my approach has been to engage people on several levels: addressing the current situation, early life experiences, conscious and unconscious parts of the psyche, as well as the underlying dynamics that interfere with progress toward healing and wholeness. I approach each individual based on the unique and specific circumstances of his or her life."
(415) 944-3974
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"One of the most important elements necessary for deep, self-reflective therapy is the presence of a respectful, emotionally engaged, and caring environment. Successful therapy hinges on the quality of the relationship. Over my 25 year career of working with both individuals and couples, my approach has been to engage people on several levels: addressing the current situation, early life experiences, conscious and unconscious parts of the psyche, as well as the underlying dynamics that interfere with progress toward healing and wholeness. I approach each individual based on the unique and specific circumstances of his or her life."
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."
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. "
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. "
(510) 573-7559
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"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. "
Desirae Torrens, Marriage & Family Therapist
Marriage & Family Therapist, M.S., LMFT
Verified by Psychology Today
"As a bilingual licensed Marriage & Family Therapist, I have 12+ years of extensive experience working with clients who struggle with depression, anxiety, trauma, abuse, have been victims of crime or violence, issues related to immigration and acculturation, and relationship and occupational stress."
(415) 301-3940
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"As a bilingual licensed Marriage & Family Therapist, I have 12+ years of extensive experience working with clients who struggle with depression, anxiety, trauma, abuse, have been victims of crime or violence, issues related to immigration and acculturation, and relationship and occupational stress."
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."
Eileen Heo, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
Verified by Psychology Today
"I am skilled in treating clients with the following problems: work stress; depression and anxiety; post traumatic stress syndrome; domestic violence, physical, emotional and sexual abuse; issues of acculturation and inter-generational conflict; relationship and women's health; as well as aging, losses and bereavement."
(510) 860-4216
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"I am skilled in treating clients with the following problems: work stress; depression and anxiety; post traumatic stress syndrome; domestic violence, physical, emotional and sexual abuse; issues of acculturation and inter-generational conflict; relationship and women's health; as well as aging, losses and bereavement."
Gregory LH Gayle, Psychologist
Psychologist, PsyD, MEd
Verified by Psychology Today
"We all want to be understood, accepted and loved; this can only happen through honest communication. Making the decision to seek help for you or your family can be part of that communication. I provide a safe space to explore, discuss and process important issues that affect the lives of you and your family members. I have an eclectic approach to providing psychotherapy. As one size does not fit all, therapy cannot be approached in the same way for everyone. It must be tailored to the specific needs, issues and problems that each person uniquely presents."
(510) 985-4085
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"We all want to be understood, accepted and loved; this can only happen through honest communication. Making the decision to seek help for you or your family can be part of that communication. I provide a safe space to explore, discuss and process important issues that affect the lives of you and your family members. I have an eclectic approach to providing psychotherapy. As one size does not fit all, therapy cannot be approached in the same way for everyone. It must be tailored to the specific needs, issues and problems that each person uniquely presents."
Vivian B Andrews, Marriage & Family Therapist Associate
Marriage & Family Therapist Associate, MA
Verified by Psychology Today
"I have seen that much of the pain in my clients stems from the emotional or physical stress that is too much for the nervous system. Every person’s experience of events can be different; therefore, the same event/emotion/stress has unique impacts on the person. I approach my work with clients in a very individual way, listening to who they are by clearly understanding both their intellectual and their emotional aspects, and have a strong steady belief in the client's own inner wisdom."
(510) 858-2646 x7
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"I have seen that much of the pain in my clients stems from the emotional or physical stress that is too much for the nervous system. Every person’s experience of events can be different; therefore, the same event/emotion/stress has unique impacts on the person. I approach my work with clients in a very individual way, listening to who they are by clearly understanding both their intellectual and their emotional aspects, and have a strong steady belief in the client's own inner wisdom."
Jesse Little Shapiro, Marriage & Family Therapist
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
Verified by Psychology Today
"As a therapist, I work hard to help clients meet their own goals by creating a non-judgmental space, encouraging reflection, and exploring alternatives. I am warm, engaging, and professional. I draw from humanistic and psychodynamic approaches, and believe the past influences our current feelings, habits, and choices in life. My approach is a mix of understating the past, helping clients develop more self-compassion and empathy, and fostering reflection, which helps to make healthier choices."
(510) 661-3563
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"As a therapist, I work hard to help clients meet their own goals by creating a non-judgmental space, encouraging reflection, and exploring alternatives. I am warm, engaging, and professional. I draw from humanistic and psychodynamic approaches, and believe the past influences our current feelings, habits, and choices in life. My approach is a mix of understating the past, helping clients develop more self-compassion and empathy, and fostering reflection, which helps to make healthier choices."
Paul T Guillory, Psychologist
Psychologist, PhD
Verified by Psychology Today
"Do you want to revitalize or rescue your relationship? Are you looking to enrich a relationship or save a marriage? My work has focused on repairing relationship bonds. Please view my Website at www.paulguilloryphd.com for more details. I am Certified in Emotionally Focused Couples Therapy both as a Therapist, and Supervisor. This means I have successfully under taken rigorous advance training and been approved by the International Centre for Excellence in EFT. I am dedicated to helping couples address and resovle conflict, repair emotional injuries, and revitalize their bond."
(510) 878-4876
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"Do you want to revitalize or rescue your relationship? Are you looking to enrich a relationship or save a marriage? My work has focused on repairing relationship bonds. Please view my Website at www.paulguilloryphd.com for more details. I am Certified in Emotionally Focused Couples Therapy both as a Therapist, and Supervisor. This means I have successfully under taken rigorous advance training and been approved by the International Centre for Excellence in EFT. I am dedicated to helping couples address and resovle conflict, repair emotional injuries, and revitalize their bond."

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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.

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