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Oakland, CA 94619
I'm a psychotherapist, relationship specialist, wife and mom. Many of us can recognize patterns of our behavior that were previously helpful but now get in the way of the kinds of relationships we want. In many ways navigating difficult circumstances allowed us to survive or even thrive, however the ways we find now to cope don’t benefit us in the long run. The ways these interactions show up can surprise us at times, because while our lives can feel full and abundant, there can also be a flip side of sadness, resentment, and worry.
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Laurel
Oakland, CA 94619
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I'm a psychotherapist, relationship specialist, wife and mom. Many of us can recognize patterns of our behavior that were previously helpful but now get in the way of the kinds of relationships we want. In many ways navigating difficult circumstances allowed us to survive or even thrive, however the ways we find now to cope don’t benefit us in the long run. The ways these interactions show up can surprise us at times, because while our lives can feel full and abundant, there can also be a flip side of sadness, resentment, and worry.
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Juliana Ybarra
Psychologist, PsyD
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Sometimes difficult experiences make us feel like we are stuck in quicksand; the more we try to breakout, the further down we fall. Experiences we live through affect how we relate to others and how we feel about ourselves. My goal as a psychologist is to help give you strategies to escape the quicksand.
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Sometimes difficult experiences make us feel like we are stuck in quicksand; the more we try to breakout, the further down we fall. Experiences we live through affect how we relate to others and how we feel about ourselves. My goal as a psychologist is to help give you strategies to escape the quicksand.
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Iman Kanj
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
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Seeking support requires plenty of courage, strength, and determination. Taking the first steps toward change can feel both invigorating and nerve-racking at the same time. I aim to create a warm, supportive, and non-judgmental space for you to share your life experiences. One of our most fundamental human needs is to form connections, and I strive to utilize our therapeutic relationship as a guide for growth and healing. As a partner in your personal journey, I hope to empower you to gain the valuable insight and practical skills essential for overcoming obstacles, achieving your goals, and living a well-balanced, self-fulfilled life.
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(408) 560-4078
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Codependency
Seeking support requires plenty of courage, strength, and determination. Taking the first steps toward change can feel both invigorating and nerve-racking at the same time. I aim to create a warm, supportive, and non-judgmental space for you to share your life experiences. One of our most fundamental human needs is to form connections, and I strive to utilize our therapeutic relationship as a guide for growth and healing. As a partner in your personal journey, I hope to empower you to gain the valuable insight and practical skills essential for overcoming obstacles, achieving your goals, and living a well-balanced, self-fulfilled life.
Bonnie M Burset
Marriage & Family Therapist Associate, MA, AMFT
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Are you tired of feeling stuck and that nothing seems to change no matter what you do? Maybe you are feeling overwhelmed and anxious and it’s starting to affect your relationships and your work. Or maybe it’s because you’re in a relationship where you have the same fights over and over and nothing seems to get better. Unresolved hurt and resentment may be making you feel distant from your partner. You may long to be closer but feel unsure that things can change. Feeling disconnected or distant from others is painful and can leave us feeling alone, insecure and full of self-doubt.
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Codependency
Are you tired of feeling stuck and that nothing seems to change no matter what you do? Maybe you are feeling overwhelmed and anxious and it’s starting to affect your relationships and your work. Or maybe it’s because you’re in a relationship where you have the same fights over and over and nothing seems to get better. Unresolved hurt and resentment may be making you feel distant from your partner. You may long to be closer but feel unsure that things can change. Feeling disconnected or distant from others is painful and can leave us feeling alone, insecure and full of self-doubt.
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Diana Chang
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT
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I am a culturally competent therapist who provides therapy to individuals, families and couples. I absolutely love couple's work and utilize Attachment Science and Emotional Focused Therapy to create an evidence based approach to help couple's achieve better communication in their relationships.
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I am a culturally competent therapist who provides therapy to individuals, families and couples. I absolutely love couple's work and utilize Attachment Science and Emotional Focused Therapy to create an evidence based approach to help couple's achieve better communication in their relationships.
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Offering TelePsychotherapy for COVID-19 event. Medicare and private pay. Chances are you are wanting to change something that is causing suffering, such as past or current trauma, depression, grief, anxiety, relationship/family conflict, hopelessness, guilt, ineffective communication patterns, low-self esteem, stress, isolation, life-limiting beliefs and behavior patterns, and/or you are confronting a difficult life-situation. If you are wanting to deeply explore these experiences and there impacts, and to begin a healing journey, please contact me for psychotherapy. I work with adults, older adult, couples and families.
Codependency
(510) 459-3985
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Codependency
Offering TelePsychotherapy for COVID-19 event. Medicare and private pay. Chances are you are wanting to change something that is causing suffering, such as past or current trauma, depression, grief, anxiety, relationship/family conflict, hopelessness, guilt, ineffective communication patterns, low-self esteem, stress, isolation, life-limiting beliefs and behavior patterns, and/or you are confronting a difficult life-situation. If you are wanting to deeply explore these experiences and there impacts, and to begin a healing journey, please contact me for psychotherapy. I work with adults, older adult, couples and families.
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Russ Groom
Psychologist, PsyD, MA
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I, too, have found myself in troubling times on occasion during my life, and have been most fortunate when I have good people on my side when I am having a problem. As different as we all are, we all run into tough times and it can be helpful then to have someone on our side.
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Codependency
I, too, have found myself in troubling times on occasion during my life, and have been most fortunate when I have good people on my side when I am having a problem. As different as we all are, we all run into tough times and it can be helpful then to have someone on our side.
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Melinda Perales
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Melinda Perales, Registered Associate Marriage and Family Therapist received her master’s degree in holistic counseling psychology with a transpersonal specialization at John F. Kennedy University. Melinda provides treatment for porn addiction and sex & love addiction and works with individuals, couples, and leads group therapy. In addition to her extensive knowledge of treating addiction, she also has a strong background working with eating disorders, anxiety, depression, major career, and life transitions. Melinda is in the process of becoming a Certified Sex Addiction Therapist (CSAT) and earning a doctoral degree in Psychology.
Codependency
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Melinda Perales, Registered Associate Marriage and Family Therapist received her master’s degree in holistic counseling psychology with a transpersonal specialization at John F. Kennedy University. Melinda provides treatment for porn addiction and sex & love addiction and works with individuals, couples, and leads group therapy. In addition to her extensive knowledge of treating addiction, she also has a strong background working with eating disorders, anxiety, depression, major career, and life transitions. Melinda is in the process of becoming a Certified Sex Addiction Therapist (CSAT) and earning a doctoral degree in Psychology.
Phoenix Song
Marriage & Family Therapist, MFT, CHT
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You want to help - but it feels like no matter what you do, you end up drained, depleted, or exhausted. With so much suffering in the world, it's hard to figure out where your boundaries are, or what you even need. How can you have needs, when everyone else is suffering so much? You might even find yourself in relationships where you feel used or taken advantage of - instead of mutually loved, nourished, and uplifted. You may identify as an empath, artist, educator, or healer - or just as someone deeply affected by this world and who wants to help. But somehow, you keep losing yourself along the way.
Codependency
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Codependency
You want to help - but it feels like no matter what you do, you end up drained, depleted, or exhausted. With so much suffering in the world, it's hard to figure out where your boundaries are, or what you even need. How can you have needs, when everyone else is suffering so much? You might even find yourself in relationships where you feel used or taken advantage of - instead of mutually loved, nourished, and uplifted. You may identify as an empath, artist, educator, or healer - or just as someone deeply affected by this world and who wants to help. But somehow, you keep losing yourself along the way.
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Natasa Nordman
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT
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Coping with Covid-19 & shelter in place: We’re living in a time of uncertainty, stress and anxiety that is likely once in a lifetime. Survival fears about sickness and death have suddenly surfaced in a manner that most of us have never experienced. For those of us that have pre-existing PTSD, depression or anxiety, those feelings may be particularly amplified. We’re all seeking safety, comfort, and connection during this environment of extreme isolation. In response to these realities, I am offering therapy sessions, including EMDR using Zoom, FaceTime, or phone. Take care of yourselves and take care of one another.
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Codependency
Coping with Covid-19 & shelter in place: We’re living in a time of uncertainty, stress and anxiety that is likely once in a lifetime. Survival fears about sickness and death have suddenly surfaced in a manner that most of us have never experienced. For those of us that have pre-existing PTSD, depression or anxiety, those feelings may be particularly amplified. We’re all seeking safety, comfort, and connection during this environment of extreme isolation. In response to these realities, I am offering therapy sessions, including EMDR using Zoom, FaceTime, or phone. Take care of yourselves and take care of one another.
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Beth Bernstein
Marriage & Family Therapist, MFT, she/her
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Life in the time of Coronavirus; we're living through a historic global health crisis that's indescribably stressful. The blindingly fast pace of life has come to a grinding halt. We're accumulating losses, some more than others. Everyone's survival stress and anxiety about sickness, death, insecurity, uncertainty and loss have come roaring to the surface. If you have pre-existing PTSD, depression, OCD or anxiety, you may feel particularly affected. You may find you're relying more on compulsive behaviors to cope with stress. While it may feel surreal, this is actually a great time to start therapy.
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Codependency
Life in the time of Coronavirus; we're living through a historic global health crisis that's indescribably stressful. The blindingly fast pace of life has come to a grinding halt. We're accumulating losses, some more than others. Everyone's survival stress and anxiety about sickness, death, insecurity, uncertainty and loss have come roaring to the surface. If you have pre-existing PTSD, depression, OCD or anxiety, you may feel particularly affected. You may find you're relying more on compulsive behaviors to cope with stress. While it may feel surreal, this is actually a great time to start therapy.
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Lauren Cohn-Frankel
Marriage & Family Therapist Associate, MA
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Whatever your reasons for coming to therapy, I will meet all parts of you with respect and non-judgment. My sense of humor and realness helps you get comfortable, and even laugh sometimes; my grounded, caring presence makes it safer to talk about and experience challenging emotions. Therapy work with me involves thoughts and insights from the mind, feelings and sensations living in the body, and relationships with others in the world (particularly the one between client and therapist); a balance of resources which we will use to help you explore, understand, integrate, and move yourself closer to healing.
Codependency
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Codependency
Whatever your reasons for coming to therapy, I will meet all parts of you with respect and non-judgment. My sense of humor and realness helps you get comfortable, and even laugh sometimes; my grounded, caring presence makes it safer to talk about and experience challenging emotions. Therapy work with me involves thoughts and insights from the mind, feelings and sensations living in the body, and relationships with others in the world (particularly the one between client and therapist); a balance of resources which we will use to help you explore, understand, integrate, and move yourself closer to healing.
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Caitlin Rose Marvaso
Marriage & Family Therapist Associate, MA
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I believe in the wisdom of the body, it is constantly communicating something to you, and your emotions are the messenger. I want to help you become an expert at your own body language so that you can heal what has happened to you, and make room for the truth of your soul, by learning to listen to your body's deepest desires.
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Codependency
I believe in the wisdom of the body, it is constantly communicating something to you, and your emotions are the messenger. I want to help you become an expert at your own body language so that you can heal what has happened to you, and make room for the truth of your soul, by learning to listen to your body's deepest desires.
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Mei-Hua Gee
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
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Do you feel tired and overwhelmed? Are you exhausted from bobbing and weaving around the needs of others? Is it difficult for you to ask for and trust in help? While you feel depleted, there is still a spark within, guiding you to focus on your own wellness. Your head is barely above water, yet you are determined to emerge and need help to do so. Perhaps it is time to enter a relationship with a therapist; a collaborator who can journey with you to explore your past, build mindful awareness in the present, and develop skills to achieve your future goals of self compassion, acceptance and authentic connection to yourself and others.
Codependency
(510) 491-9376
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Codependency
Do you feel tired and overwhelmed? Are you exhausted from bobbing and weaving around the needs of others? Is it difficult for you to ask for and trust in help? While you feel depleted, there is still a spark within, guiding you to focus on your own wellness. Your head is barely above water, yet you are determined to emerge and need help to do so. Perhaps it is time to enter a relationship with a therapist; a collaborator who can journey with you to explore your past, build mindful awareness in the present, and develop skills to achieve your future goals of self compassion, acceptance and authentic connection to yourself and others.
Molly Gales
Marriage & Family Therapist Associate, AMFT, MA, MAed
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During these uncertain times, challenges for teens and parents are particularly acute. Social isolation, depression and anxiety are some of the challenges folks are facing, I work collaboratively and respectfully with clients, providing tools and coaching to help you manage challenges. Connection is important now. I enjoy working with teens and connect easily with them. I also work well with parents. I provide a warm, practical and comfortable practice where you can expect to be treated with respect, kindness, a sense of humor, compassion and over 25 years of experience with teens and families. Please contact me, I'm here to help.
Codependency
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Codependency
During these uncertain times, challenges for teens and parents are particularly acute. Social isolation, depression and anxiety are some of the challenges folks are facing, I work collaboratively and respectfully with clients, providing tools and coaching to help you manage challenges. Connection is important now. I enjoy working with teens and connect easily with them. I also work well with parents. I provide a warm, practical and comfortable practice where you can expect to be treated with respect, kindness, a sense of humor, compassion and over 25 years of experience with teens and families. Please contact me, I'm here to help.
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Estepha Francisque
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, LISW
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I do free consultations with clients and instant online scheduling because getting help shouldn't wait for a call back. I am here for you, to walk along side you or your family through the toughest moments. We will laugh together, cry together, and heal together. Most importantly, we will grow together.
Codependency
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Codependency
I do free consultations with clients and instant online scheduling because getting help shouldn't wait for a call back. I am here for you, to walk along side you or your family through the toughest moments. We will laugh together, cry together, and heal together. Most importantly, we will grow together.
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Christina Boyd
Marriage & Family Therapist Associate, MA, AMFT
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It can be hard to recognize at first, but painful experiences often provide opportunities for immense personal growth and deeper connection to yourself and others. They offer a chance to tap into our own innate wisdom and capacity to grow, while developing new strategies for navigating life’s inevitable twists and turns. I provide strength-based, trauma-informed, somatic psychotherapy to youth, adults, and families who are seeking support with changing patterns that no longer serve them, creating a path towards greater resilience and meaning in their lives. I welcome clients of all ages, backgrounds, and identities.
Codependency
(510) 617-1604
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Codependency
It can be hard to recognize at first, but painful experiences often provide opportunities for immense personal growth and deeper connection to yourself and others. They offer a chance to tap into our own innate wisdom and capacity to grow, while developing new strategies for navigating life’s inevitable twists and turns. I provide strength-based, trauma-informed, somatic psychotherapy to youth, adults, and families who are seeking support with changing patterns that no longer serve them, creating a path towards greater resilience and meaning in their lives. I welcome clients of all ages, backgrounds, and identities.
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Yakov Barton
Psychologist, PhD
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I offer psychological support for addiction, codependency, depression, anxiety, relationship problems, major life transitions, and other mental health obstacles. With expertise in addiction and codependency, I provide treatment for chemical dependency, behavioral addiction, and related challenges in adults, adolescents, couples, and families. My strengths-based approach integrates positive psychology, cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), dialectical behavioral therapy (DBT), and structural family therapy, to guide recovery on the individual, family, and communal levels. Historically, psychology has focused on symptom reduction. While this is important, I also work to utilize our unique personal strengths and insights to alleviate suffering and support human flourishing.
Codependency
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Codependency
I offer psychological support for addiction, codependency, depression, anxiety, relationship problems, major life transitions, and other mental health obstacles. With expertise in addiction and codependency, I provide treatment for chemical dependency, behavioral addiction, and related challenges in adults, adolescents, couples, and families. My strengths-based approach integrates positive psychology, cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), dialectical behavioral therapy (DBT), and structural family therapy, to guide recovery on the individual, family, and communal levels. Historically, psychology has focused on symptom reduction. While this is important, I also work to utilize our unique personal strengths and insights to alleviate suffering and support human flourishing.
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Christine Valdez
Psychologist, Ph.D.
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Are you feeling paralyzed with overwhelming anxiety or shame? Are you stuck in negative thoughts and unhealthy patterns borne out of a traumatic past that deter you from making positive changes in your life for the future? Your suffering can end through transformative experiences in trauma-specific therapy. I strive to create a therapeutic environment where you feel safe, respected, and understood, and thus ready and open for change. You will develop a sense of safety in your body and relationships with others, learn to overcome overwhelming emotions and increase confidence in approaching life's challenges, and redefine your future.
Codependency
(510) 478-9782
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Are you feeling paralyzed with overwhelming anxiety or shame? Are you stuck in negative thoughts and unhealthy patterns borne out of a traumatic past that deter you from making positive changes in your life for the future? Your suffering can end through transformative experiences in trauma-specific therapy. I strive to create a therapeutic environment where you feel safe, respected, and understood, and thus ready and open for change. You will develop a sense of safety in your body and relationships with others, learn to overcome overwhelming emotions and increase confidence in approaching life's challenges, and redefine your future.
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Joan A Pezanoski
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, MFT
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I am a warm and caring human being with a clear understanding that therapy is not a "one size fits all" process. I fully appreciate the uniqueness of each individual, couple and family and will work with you to develop a plan that makes sense to you and addresses the realities of your life. Whether your goal is to improve your relationships, alleviate undesirable symptoms, bring more purpose and fulfillment to your life, rid yourself of unwanted behaviors, or experience more joy in your life, I can help you achieve these goals. Experienced in working with the LGBTQ community.
Codependency
(510) 379-7928
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Codependency
I am a warm and caring human being with a clear understanding that therapy is not a "one size fits all" process. I fully appreciate the uniqueness of each individual, couple and family and will work with you to develop a plan that makes sense to you and addresses the realities of your life. Whether your goal is to improve your relationships, alleviate undesirable symptoms, bring more purpose and fulfillment to your life, rid yourself of unwanted behaviors, or experience more joy in your life, I can help you achieve these goals. Experienced in working with the LGBTQ community.

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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 Laurel, Oakland, or help for someone who's codependent, these trained codependency Laurel, Oakland therapists, or codependency Laurel, Oakland counselors, will assist.

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