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."
Depression
Culturally Sensitive
(510) 447-1437
Verified
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Depression
Culturally Sensitive
"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."
Zehara Jambalos Levin, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
Verified by Psychology Today
"The decision to begin therapy is not simple and often comes at a particularly challenging time in your life. I know how difficult it can be to reach out during these times and my goal is to respond with curiosity, open-mindedness, and empathy. I believe that lasting change can come from exploring and ultimately freeing ourselves from the underlying causes of current symptoms. I want to work together with you to find ways to gain insight and relief. I work in an open and transparent manner, to help answer any questions or concerns you have along the way."
Depression
Culturally Sensitive
(415) 549-0285
Verified
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Depression
Culturally Sensitive
"The decision to begin therapy is not simple and often comes at a particularly challenging time in your life. I know how difficult it can be to reach out during these times and my goal is to respond with curiosity, open-mindedness, and empathy. I believe that lasting change can come from exploring and ultimately freeing ourselves from the underlying causes of current symptoms. I want to work together with you to find ways to gain insight and relief. I work in an open and transparent manner, to help answer any questions or concerns you have along the way."
Tynisa D. Snow, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
Verified by Psychology Today
"I provide individual, group, and couple's therapy for adults. Clients of all faiths, cultures, ethnic groups, religions, sexual orientations, and gender identities are welcome. My focus is helping clients process and work through problems involving depression, anxiety, relationship issues, loss, trauma, stress, and life transitions."
Depression
Culturally Sensitive
(510) 939-7914
Verified
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Depression
Culturally Sensitive
"I provide individual, group, and couple's therapy for adults. Clients of all faiths, cultures, ethnic groups, religions, sexual orientations, and gender identities are welcome. My focus is helping clients process and work through problems involving depression, anxiety, relationship issues, loss, trauma, stress, and life transitions."
Julie Fishman, Marriage & Family Therapist
Marriage & Family Therapist, MFT
Verified by Psychology Today
"I work with clients of all ages, specializing in issues of depression, anxiety, and relationship. I believe that we all have the capacity to feel fully alive, and achieve our creative potentials. An important part of fostering growth is building trust and safety in the therapeutic relationship, so I place a focus on this as a foundation for our work together. From there, I want to support you in working toward goals that we co-create, and to help you feel a sense of purpose, connection, and freedom in your life. My office is centrally located in Oakland."
Depression
Culturally Sensitive
(510) 394-3698
Verified
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Depression
Culturally Sensitive
"I work with clients of all ages, specializing in issues of depression, anxiety, and relationship. I believe that we all have the capacity to feel fully alive, and achieve our creative potentials. An important part of fostering growth is building trust and safety in the therapeutic relationship, so I place a focus on this as a foundation for our work together. From there, I want to support you in working toward goals that we co-create, and to help you feel a sense of purpose, connection, and freedom in your life. My office is centrally located in Oakland."
Kathleen H. McClelland, LMFT 82458, Marriage & Family Therapist
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
Verified by Psychology Today
"I work collaboratively with adults, children and families, co-creating a therapeutic relationship that helps clients recognize behaviors that no longer work and discover new options for living. Using a relational, non-judgmental and compassionate approach, I help people navigate difficult life transitions, work through grief and loss and adjust to living with physical or mental illnesses. I have assisted many in their recovery from addiction and substance abuse as well as from trauma. My work also incorporates sand tray and expressive arts."
Depression
Culturally Sensitive
(888) 697-2063
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Depression
Culturally Sensitive
"I work collaboratively with adults, children and families, co-creating a therapeutic relationship that helps clients recognize behaviors that no longer work and discover new options for living. Using a relational, non-judgmental and compassionate approach, I help people navigate difficult life transitions, work through grief and loss and adjust to living with physical or mental illnesses. I have assisted many in their recovery from addiction and substance abuse as well as from trauma. My work also incorporates sand tray and expressive arts."
Desirae Torrens, Marriage & Family Therapist
Marriage & Family Therapist, M.S., LMFT
Verified by Psychology Today
Hosts group in:
Oakland, California 94609
"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."
Depression
Culturally Sensitive
(415) 301-3940
Verified
Hosts group in:
Oakland, California 94609
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Depression
Culturally Sensitive
"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."
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. "
Depression
Culturally Sensitive
(510) 573-7559
Verified
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Depression
Culturally Sensitive
"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. "
Will Hector, Marriage & Family Therapist
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, MFT
Verified by Psychology Today
"I work with heterosexual, gay, and polyamorous couples on issues of communication, integrating families, sexuality, power dynamics, attachment, trust, and infidelity. I also work with individuals on grief, relationship issues, depression and anxiety, spiritual inquiry, life transitions, and vocational calling. I hold an empathetic understanding of every client's unique worldview -- and respect how each individual arrives there. I provide compassionate, holistic, and practical support for your healing journey. Thank you for considering therapy as part of your path."
Depression
Culturally Sensitive
(510) 944-1395
Verified
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Depression
Culturally Sensitive
"I work with heterosexual, gay, and polyamorous couples on issues of communication, integrating families, sexuality, power dynamics, attachment, trust, and infidelity. I also work with individuals on grief, relationship issues, depression and anxiety, spiritual inquiry, life transitions, and vocational calling. I hold an empathetic understanding of every client's unique worldview -- and respect how each individual arrives there. I provide compassionate, holistic, and practical support for your healing journey. Thank you for considering therapy as part of your path."
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA
Verified by Psychology Today
"Choosing a therapist is an important personal decision. I work with individuals, couples and families and their adult children. I am a good fit for people who are committed and passionate about making a difference in the world by bringing their courageous, generous, and authentic selves into all areas of their lives. If we were to peel back, one layer after another, to the root of where pain lives, we often find a tiny, fragile seed of deprived need. Let's look at that unmet need(s) together, shifting core beliefs, building resources, finding both ease and aliveness, and designing the life you want now."
Depression
Culturally Sensitive
(510) 756-3202
Verified
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Depression
Culturally Sensitive
"Choosing a therapist is an important personal decision. I work with individuals, couples and families and their adult children. I am a good fit for people who are committed and passionate about making a difference in the world by bringing their courageous, generous, and authentic selves into all areas of their lives. If we were to peel back, one layer after another, to the root of where pain lives, we often find a tiny, fragile seed of deprived need. Let's look at that unmet need(s) together, shifting core beliefs, building resources, finding both ease and aliveness, and designing the life you want now."
Kaitlin Murphy, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, ASW
Verified by Psychology Today
"I offer a Humanistic approach and introduce the concept of person in relation to their environment as a means of forming a hope-filled foundation for therapy. By acknowledging how internal experiences are highly sensitive to external conditions we support a frame of healing that envisions each person as whole and fully capable of personal development. I incorporate elements of both Psychodynamic and Systems Theory to facilitate self-exploration while also addressing how culture, society and all host of environmental and systemic factors may impact our overall health and wellness. "
Depression
Culturally Sensitive
(844) 293-4241
Verified
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Depression
Culturally Sensitive
"I offer a Humanistic approach and introduce the concept of person in relation to their environment as a means of forming a hope-filled foundation for therapy. By acknowledging how internal experiences are highly sensitive to external conditions we support a frame of healing that envisions each person as whole and fully capable of personal development. I incorporate elements of both Psychodynamic and Systems Theory to facilitate self-exploration while also addressing how culture, society and all host of environmental and systemic factors may impact our overall health and wellness. "
Janine Sandler, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
Verified by Psychology Today
"Change, healing and growth are no small tasks. I know this first hand and am here to help others find their own success overcoming the pain and obstacles they encounter. I work collaboratively with both adults, children and families to identify sources of stress, embrace difficult feelings and develop both internal and external resources for getting to where they want to go. In my work with children I focus heavily on supporting parents and helping families strengthen their sense of connectedness. I hope to foster greater self-awareness, acceptance and compassion in all of my clients."
Depression
Culturally Sensitive
(510) 306-7192
Verified
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Depression
Culturally Sensitive
"Change, healing and growth are no small tasks. I know this first hand and am here to help others find their own success overcoming the pain and obstacles they encounter. I work collaboratively with both adults, children and families to identify sources of stress, embrace difficult feelings and develop both internal and external resources for getting to where they want to go. In my work with children I focus heavily on supporting parents and helping families strengthen their sense of connectedness. I hope to foster greater self-awareness, acceptance and compassion in all of my clients."
Nicholas DiCarlo, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
Verified by Psychology Today
"I engage with clients relationally to understand how unconscious dynamics impede connection and growth. I work with individuals and couples, assisting people as they gain deeper senses of themselves and how they belong in the world."
Depression
Culturally Sensitive
(510) 681-2347
Verified
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Depression
Culturally Sensitive
"I engage with clients relationally to understand how unconscious dynamics impede connection and growth. I work with individuals and couples, assisting people as they gain deeper senses of themselves and how they belong in the world."
Patricia Banchik Rothschild, Marriage & Family Therapist
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
Verified by Psychology Today
"My experience comes from 23 years of helping children, adults, couples and families in both Community Mental Health and Private Practice. My approach is eclectic and tailored to each individual's needs to facilitate healing and growth. Through my years of experience I have witnessed over and over again people coming into therapy with great pain, discomfort and despair but with time, (sometimes within a very short time) their symptoms diminish and a whole new person emerges. Crisis times can be extremely painful and distressful but they can also be opportunities for growth and healing through therapy."
Depression
Culturally Sensitive
(510) 403-8151
Verified
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Depression
Culturally Sensitive
"My experience comes from 23 years of helping children, adults, couples and families in both Community Mental Health and Private Practice. My approach is eclectic and tailored to each individual's needs to facilitate healing and growth. Through my years of experience I have witnessed over and over again people coming into therapy with great pain, discomfort and despair but with time, (sometimes within a very short time) their symptoms diminish and a whole new person emerges. Crisis times can be extremely painful and distressful but they can also be opportunities for growth and healing through therapy."
Geetali Chitre, Psychologist
Psychologist, PsyD
Verified by Psychology Today
"Life can be very overwhelming and lonely at times. When this feels too much to deal with alone, psychotherapy can be a place to have someone else see your struggles and help you bear them. I believe that through a meaningful relationship, we can work together to help you understand why you are suffering and how you can have more options for relating to yourself and others. For couples, being in a relationship itself can feel impossible. Through allowing in a third person to witness your dynamics and understand both members of the couple, it can be easier to communicate with each other."
Depression
Culturally Sensitive
(415) 853-5791
Verified
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Depression
Culturally Sensitive
"Life can be very overwhelming and lonely at times. When this feels too much to deal with alone, psychotherapy can be a place to have someone else see your struggles and help you bear them. I believe that through a meaningful relationship, we can work together to help you understand why you are suffering and how you can have more options for relating to yourself and others. For couples, being in a relationship itself can feel impossible. Through allowing in a third person to witness your dynamics and understand both members of the couple, it can be easier to communicate with each other."
Madeline Razavi, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
Verified by Psychology Today
"Imagine a life experienced fully in which you cultivate hope and curiosity even in times of stress and adversity whether faced with a traumatic event, toxic stress, or everyday challenges this life can be yours, because deep inside of you there is an innate ability to not only survive, but to heal, grow, and thrive."
Depression
Culturally Sensitive
(510) 924-0163
Verified
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Depression
Culturally Sensitive
"Imagine a life experienced fully in which you cultivate hope and curiosity even in times of stress and adversity whether faced with a traumatic event, toxic stress, or everyday challenges this life can be yours, because deep inside of you there is an innate ability to not only survive, but to heal, grow, and thrive."
Barbara Hooks, Psychologist
Psychologist, PsyD
Verified by Psychology Today
"I believe that therapy can be a catalyst not only for insight, but also for transformation. Life can be challenging, and at times, despite our best efforts we can feel stuck or lost. I strive to provide a calm and compassionate space where you can get in touch with what matters most to you, and use that as a guide to making changes in your life. I offer specific strategies and tools to help you change your relationship to difficult thoughts and feelings, and work collaboratively with you to take steps toward a life that is full of vitality and personal fulfillment. My style is warm and genuine, interactive, and culturally-sensitive."
Depression
Culturally Sensitive
(530) 250-4129
Verified
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Depression
Culturally Sensitive
"I believe that therapy can be a catalyst not only for insight, but also for transformation. Life can be challenging, and at times, despite our best efforts we can feel stuck or lost. I strive to provide a calm and compassionate space where you can get in touch with what matters most to you, and use that as a guide to making changes in your life. I offer specific strategies and tools to help you change your relationship to difficult thoughts and feelings, and work collaboratively with you to take steps toward a life that is full of vitality and personal fulfillment. My style is warm and genuine, interactive, and culturally-sensitive."
Norval J. Hickman, Psychologist
Psychologist, PhD, MPH
Verified by Psychology Today
"I use an integrative treatment approach using research-informed psychotherapy practices to address: *emotional, relationship, and communication issues *anxiety, panic, and stress management *depression and mood management *cultural and diversity issues including acculturative stress *mental health needs for communities of color and the LGBTQ community *gender identity, gender expression, and sexual orientation issues *fears and phobias *post-traumatic stress symptoms *recovery from substance use *life transitions *weight management and smoking cessation *chronic pain management *life changes after spinal cord injury or traumatic brain injury"
Depression
Culturally Sensitive
(510) 725-4573 x704
Verified
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Depression
Culturally Sensitive
"I use an integrative treatment approach using research-informed psychotherapy practices to address: *emotional, relationship, and communication issues *anxiety, panic, and stress management *depression and mood management *cultural and diversity issues including acculturative stress *mental health needs for communities of color and the LGBTQ community *gender identity, gender expression, and sexual orientation issues *fears and phobias *post-traumatic stress symptoms *recovery from substance use *life transitions *weight management and smoking cessation *chronic pain management *life changes after spinal cord injury or traumatic brain injury"
Nathan Michael, Marriage & Family Therapist
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
Verified by Psychology Today
"Despite all that you have achieved, you get the feeling that something is missing in your life. A recent transition, relationship or career challenge may be making it clear that some things are not working. You may also notice that you end up playing a familiar role in your relationships and this creates a "stuck" feeling. At times you feel overwhelmed with worry, pressure or dread and may be resorting to addictive patterns or substances in order to cope. You don't want to feel "lacking," anxious or stressed out. You want to feel better and be better with yourself and others."
Depression
Culturally Sensitive
(415) 792-1901
Verified
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Depression
Culturally Sensitive
"Despite all that you have achieved, you get the feeling that something is missing in your life. A recent transition, relationship or career challenge may be making it clear that some things are not working. You may also notice that you end up playing a familiar role in your relationships and this creates a "stuck" feeling. At times you feel overwhelmed with worry, pressure or dread and may be resorting to addictive patterns or substances in order to cope. You don't want to feel "lacking," anxious or stressed out. You want to feel better and be better with yourself and others."
Molika Loshi, Psychologist
Psychologist, PhD
Verified by Psychology Today
Office is near:
Oakland, California 94609
"I offer clinical services to help you understand challenges you are facing, learn ways to actualize your full potential, and overcome barriers that get in the way of living a happy and fulfilling life."
Depression
Culturally Sensitive
(650) 879-4224
Verified
Office is near:
Oakland, California 94609
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Depression
Culturally Sensitive
"I offer clinical services to help you understand challenges you are facing, learn ways to actualize your full potential, and overcome barriers that get in the way of living a happy and fulfilling life."
Helen Wong, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
Verified by Psychology Today
Office is near:
Oakland, California 94609
"It's an honor for me to witness the work that goes into healing. It is powerful for you to be witnessed. I enjoy working with the marginalized experience of People of Color, LGBTQ folks, fellow healers, and people navigating a bi-cultural or multi-heritage experience. I work with individuals and couples on issues related to anxiety, depression, grief, trauma, and relationships."
Depression
Culturally Sensitive
(510) 298-3726
Verified
Office is near:
Oakland, California 94609
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Depression
Culturally Sensitive
"It's an honor for me to witness the work that goes into healing. It is powerful for you to be witnessed. I enjoy working with the marginalized experience of People of Color, LGBTQ folks, fellow healers, and people navigating a bi-cultural or multi-heritage experience. I work with individuals and couples on issues related to anxiety, depression, grief, trauma, and relationships."

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If you're looking for help with depression in 94609 or for an 94609 depression therapist, these therapists provide depression therapy (and depression therapies), depression treatment and depression help in 94609. They include depression therapists, depression psychologists, depression psychotherapists and depression counselors in 94609. They can also serve as a relationship therapist in 94609.

A therapist in 94609 can help with post partum depression, feeling depressed, depression anxiety as well as teen depression. Therapists provide 94609 depression counseling, depression support, referrals to depression support groups in 94609 and 94609 depression groups. If you're depressed in 94609, get help from one of these depression specialists.

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.