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Laurel
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.
Family Conflict
(510) 800-6517
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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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Molly Bettencourt
Marriage & Family Therapist Associate, MA
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I have a deep respect for the innate potential and capacity for growth that lies within all of us. Together, we will create room to look at all areas of life - increasing intimacy and connection in your relationships, working through business or career challenges, reducing anxiety, healthy expression of anger, sadness and other emotions, and learning to move more smoothly through resistance, fear, and life transitions.
Family Conflict
(510) 858-2597
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Family Conflict
I have a deep respect for the innate potential and capacity for growth that lies within all of us. Together, we will create room to look at all areas of life - increasing intimacy and connection in your relationships, working through business or career challenges, reducing anxiety, healthy expression of anger, sadness and other emotions, and learning to move more smoothly through resistance, fear, and life transitions.
Machel Best
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
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I have experience working with various age groups from transitional aged youth (16-24), adults, to older adults. Issues can include anxiety, depression, trauma, culture and intersectionality struggles, interpersonal conflict, anger management struggles, and/ or mood disorders. People seeking to be the best version of themselves, better cope with symptoms, and/ or simply looking to improve self should reach out for an evaluation session.
Family Conflict
(510) 344-5684
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Family Conflict
I have experience working with various age groups from transitional aged youth (16-24), adults, to older adults. Issues can include anxiety, depression, trauma, culture and intersectionality struggles, interpersonal conflict, anger management struggles, and/ or mood disorders. People seeking to be the best version of themselves, better cope with symptoms, and/ or simply looking to improve self should reach out for an evaluation session.
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Catherine Valdez
Marriage & Family Therapist, MS, MFT
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You may be feeling overwhelmed with feelings of sadness, worry, loss, despair, anger, fear, or confusion. These feelings may be personal or within your relationships. My goal is to provide a safe, non-judgemental place where we can work together to understand the meaning of your experience and how to realize your goals for a happier life and for loving relationships. I have 30 ears of experience working with individual and relationship issues such as emotional problems, communication, parenting, illness, grief, addiction, and intimacy issues.
Family Conflict
(510) 878-5325
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Family Conflict
You may be feeling overwhelmed with feelings of sadness, worry, loss, despair, anger, fear, or confusion. These feelings may be personal or within your relationships. My goal is to provide a safe, non-judgemental place where we can work together to understand the meaning of your experience and how to realize your goals for a happier life and for loving relationships. I have 30 ears of experience working with individual and relationship issues such as emotional problems, communication, parenting, illness, grief, addiction, and intimacy issues.
Aki Rosenberg
Marriage & Family Therapist, MS, LMFT
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I am a psychotherapist and breath work practitioner based in the SF Bay Area and offering services online throughout CA. I utilize integrative wellness practices to support my clients in releasing negative beliefs, processing difficult emotions, healing past wounds and cultivating a deeper sense of meaning in their lives. I work from a relational framework, meaning that I believe the authentic connection between a client and a therapist is a profound catalyst for change. While a lot of the work I do requires delving into the murky stuff, I like to make room for laughter, connection, and joy in the process.
Family Conflict
(628) 212-6638
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Family Conflict
I am a psychotherapist and breath work practitioner based in the SF Bay Area and offering services online throughout CA. I utilize integrative wellness practices to support my clients in releasing negative beliefs, processing difficult emotions, healing past wounds and cultivating a deeper sense of meaning in their lives. I work from a relational framework, meaning that I believe the authentic connection between a client and a therapist is a profound catalyst for change. While a lot of the work I do requires delving into the murky stuff, I like to make room for laughter, connection, and joy in the process.
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Rosana Ascanio, LMFT
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT, LPC
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My focus as a bilingual English-Spanish therapist is to help clients feel more confident, empowered and at ease with themselves. In a collaborative style, I can teach clients how to cope during times of stress, manage anxiety and improve their mood. I provide clients with effective skills to set realistic goals and change their patterns of negative behavior, improve relationships and bring greater satisfaction into their lives.
Family Conflict
(510) 661-3882
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Family Conflict
My focus as a bilingual English-Spanish therapist is to help clients feel more confident, empowered and at ease with themselves. In a collaborative style, I can teach clients how to cope during times of stress, manage anxiety and improve their mood. I provide clients with effective skills to set realistic goals and change their patterns of negative behavior, improve relationships and bring greater satisfaction into their lives.
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Angela Vincent Polk
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
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I work with clients at my office in Oakland near the Rockridge Bart Station. I prefer to work with a client who will come to sessions even when it is challenging to do so and allow the therapy relationship to open up space for safe exploration of the realities of life, ways to cope with reality, and improve spiritual and mental strength. Therefore, my client would demonstrate commitment to the therapy relationship, whether it is for brief therapy or long-term work, by doing the work necessary to understand the self and make necessary life decisions in order to maximize the availability of life energy.
Family Conflict
(510) 876-4753
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Family Conflict
I work with clients at my office in Oakland near the Rockridge Bart Station. I prefer to work with a client who will come to sessions even when it is challenging to do so and allow the therapy relationship to open up space for safe exploration of the realities of life, ways to cope with reality, and improve spiritual and mental strength. Therefore, my client would demonstrate commitment to the therapy relationship, whether it is for brief therapy or long-term work, by doing the work necessary to understand the self and make necessary life decisions in order to maximize the availability of life energy.
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Megan Radeski
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
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Being stuck is scary, painful and frustrating. You get locked into worrying. You feel pressure to do things perfectly. It's hard to make decisions. Anxiety makes it hard to sleep. Addictions might arise: food, sex, substance or over working. You might think "something is horribly wrong and I must fix it NOW!" It's really tricky to be a human being sometimes. I have worked with clients for 30 years and have learned from my clients that getting unstuck is paradoxical: it involves both accepting where you are and being willing to change and grow.
Family Conflict
(510) 953-5089
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Family Conflict
Being stuck is scary, painful and frustrating. You get locked into worrying. You feel pressure to do things perfectly. It's hard to make decisions. Anxiety makes it hard to sleep. Addictions might arise: food, sex, substance or over working. You might think "something is horribly wrong and I must fix it NOW!" It's really tricky to be a human being sometimes. I have worked with clients for 30 years and have learned from my clients that getting unstuck is paradoxical: it involves both accepting where you are and being willing to change and grow.
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Lori Beth Kaplan
Psychologist, PhD
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My ideal client is an adult, child or adolescent and/or their parent/guardian looking to make the experience in life more joyful. With over 30 years of experience and extensive training, I can help adults with adverse childhood events, children and their families find solutions, resolve conflicts, improve communication and learn new skills to better manage their lives. My skillset includes helping people dealing with complex issues including ADHD, Asperger's, mood/anxiety/depression, chronic illness, PTSD, grief/loss, teasing/bullying, fears/phobias, and divorce/separation.
Family Conflict
(510) 725-4563
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Family Conflict
My ideal client is an adult, child or adolescent and/or their parent/guardian looking to make the experience in life more joyful. With over 30 years of experience and extensive training, I can help adults with adverse childhood events, children and their families find solutions, resolve conflicts, improve communication and learn new skills to better manage their lives. My skillset includes helping people dealing with complex issues including ADHD, Asperger's, mood/anxiety/depression, chronic illness, PTSD, grief/loss, teasing/bullying, fears/phobias, and divorce/separation.
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Sarah Marie Pierce
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
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My name is Sarah Marie and I work with adults who feel like their inner critic is controlling their life. Their anxiety has overridden their playfulness. They fear they give too much power to other people's opinion of them. Often they are unsure if their relationships are healthy and if they are dating they don't want to repeat patterns they know do not work. This lack of confidence and ease with self, plus the anxiety about the health of their relationships has resulted in all or some of the following issues: generalized anxiety, social anxiety, depression and/or a general lack of joyfulness and playfulness.
Family Conflict
(510) 380-8227
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Family Conflict
My name is Sarah Marie and I work with adults who feel like their inner critic is controlling their life. Their anxiety has overridden their playfulness. They fear they give too much power to other people's opinion of them. Often they are unsure if their relationships are healthy and if they are dating they don't want to repeat patterns they know do not work. This lack of confidence and ease with self, plus the anxiety about the health of their relationships has resulted in all or some of the following issues: generalized anxiety, social anxiety, depression and/or a general lack of joyfulness and playfulness.
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Zoe Davis
Counselor, MA, MS, LMHC
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I work with adults who may be struggling to find nourishment on multiple levels: emotionally, psychologically, physically, and relationship-wise. I attend to the individual in front of me, knowing that your unique health and family history, stresses, environment, level of support, social inequities, and culture all influence your relationship with self and your feeling of nourishment. I meet you where you are, and help to guide you where you want to be more of the time. I work with you to create a healthier relationship with your whole self, including through relationships, creativity, nutrition, movement, and contribution.
Family Conflict
(510) 681-2648
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Family Conflict
I work with adults who may be struggling to find nourishment on multiple levels: emotionally, psychologically, physically, and relationship-wise. I attend to the individual in front of me, knowing that your unique health and family history, stresses, environment, level of support, social inequities, and culture all influence your relationship with self and your feeling of nourishment. I meet you where you are, and help to guide you where you want to be more of the time. I work with you to create a healthier relationship with your whole self, including through relationships, creativity, nutrition, movement, and contribution.
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Quincy L Wilkins
Marriage & Family Therapist, MS, LMFT, LPCC
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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.
Family Conflict
(510) 900-8769
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Family Conflict
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.
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Brian S. Sedgeley
Psychologist, PsyD
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Anxious or depressed? Worried about your ability to succeed? Relationships not working? Feel stuck? Want to find help making big life changes? Worried about your sexuality or gender? Feel your teen or college-age child needs help but don't know what to do? I can help.
Family Conflict
(510) 374-4821
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Family Conflict
Anxious or depressed? Worried about your ability to succeed? Relationships not working? Feel stuck? Want to find help making big life changes? Worried about your sexuality or gender? Feel your teen or college-age child needs help but don't know what to do? I can help.
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Alex Black
Marriage & Family Therapist, MFT
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Make therapy a gift to yourself and the journey of a lifetime. Experience the therapeutic process as an exploration into a landscape full of your own creative capacities, strengths, and dreams that already exist. Replace out-dated belief systems with new ones that better reflect your current, authentic self. Continue the process of growing into the person you believe yourself to be. Move from the victim to the empowered. I work in collaborative ways with you, helping to identifying assumptions, thoughts, and beliefs that are keeping you from the experiences, relationships, and life that you want.
Family Conflict
(510) 250-3293
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Family Conflict
Make therapy a gift to yourself and the journey of a lifetime. Experience the therapeutic process as an exploration into a landscape full of your own creative capacities, strengths, and dreams that already exist. Replace out-dated belief systems with new ones that better reflect your current, authentic self. Continue the process of growing into the person you believe yourself to be. Move from the victim to the empowered. I work in collaborative ways with you, helping to identifying assumptions, thoughts, and beliefs that are keeping you from the experiences, relationships, and life that you want.
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Lu Johnson
MA
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Tired of feeling down, anxious, or simply not your best? Ready to do more than just talk about it? If so, body oriented therapy may be for you. With body oriented therapy, we will explore not only your thoughts and emotions, but also the physical sensations, postures, and gestures that come with them. This is important because tuning into your body can help you understand your feelings, thoughts, and life experiences more deeply. This understanding can support you in being the person you want to be and creating the life you want to have. The first step to change is becoming aware of how you are feeling, thinking, and being now.
Family Conflict
(510) 694-0363
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Family Conflict
Tired of feeling down, anxious, or simply not your best? Ready to do more than just talk about it? If so, body oriented therapy may be for you. With body oriented therapy, we will explore not only your thoughts and emotions, but also the physical sensations, postures, and gestures that come with them. This is important because tuning into your body can help you understand your feelings, thoughts, and life experiences more deeply. This understanding can support you in being the person you want to be and creating the life you want to have. The first step to change is becoming aware of how you are feeling, thinking, and being now.
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Laura Farha
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
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I work online with clients around the world, in particular the Middle East and California. Many of my clients are expats and many are locals living in areas where psychotherapy is either underdeveloped or unavailable. Some are busy professionals in California and elsewhere who prefer to do video-based therapy from home or hotel. One of my specialities is working with women who are navigating the sexual, spiritual and social challenges of menopause. I like to help people who are feeling lonely, uncertain, depressed, anxious and/or confused find their way to a more comfortable and satisfying life.
Family Conflict
(510) 369-0735
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Family Conflict
I work online with clients around the world, in particular the Middle East and California. Many of my clients are expats and many are locals living in areas where psychotherapy is either underdeveloped or unavailable. Some are busy professionals in California and elsewhere who prefer to do video-based therapy from home or hotel. One of my specialities is working with women who are navigating the sexual, spiritual and social challenges of menopause. I like to help people who are feeling lonely, uncertain, depressed, anxious and/or confused find their way to a more comfortable and satisfying life.
Raha Ghasemi
Psychologist, PsyD
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I am a licensed psychotherapist, clinical supervisor, and professor with an integrative clinical approach that combines the latest evidence-based research and depth-oriented relational psychoanalytic theory. Our work together begins with a recognition that it takes a lot of courage to enter therapy. Whether you struggle with work, relationships or intimacy, I will help you to better understand your patterns, needs and internal conflicts.
Family Conflict
(510) 929-8040
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Family Conflict
I am a licensed psychotherapist, clinical supervisor, and professor with an integrative clinical approach that combines the latest evidence-based research and depth-oriented relational psychoanalytic theory. Our work together begins with a recognition that it takes a lot of courage to enter therapy. Whether you struggle with work, relationships or intimacy, I will help you to better understand your patterns, needs and internal conflicts.
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L Eileen Keller
Psychologist, PhD
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I am here to help you sort out issues you have not been able to resolve on your own. Whether you struggle with anxiety or depression or self hatred in any form, therapy can help. Call me to make an appointment and we will work together to help you love, work and live more freely and joyfully.
Family Conflict
(510) 996-4095
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I am here to help you sort out issues you have not been able to resolve on your own. Whether you struggle with anxiety or depression or self hatred in any form, therapy can help. Call me to make an appointment and we will work together to help you love, work and live more freely and joyfully.
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Jennie Merovick
Associate Clinical Social Worker, MSW
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The intimate relationship that develops in therapy requires being willing to be known deeply. Crisis, uncertainty, unwanted patterns, self doubt, self-criticism or anxiety lead people to therapy. Addressing internal conflict is a private and individual process. Therapy is an opportunity to understand yourself better. It is also a place to heal from the wounds of being “othered” relative to race, sexuality, gender, immigration, ethnicity, class, being donor conceived, disability, etc. Questions, fears and challenges in being understood both across real differences and similarities can be faced.
Family Conflict
(707) 663-4499
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Family Conflict
The intimate relationship that develops in therapy requires being willing to be known deeply. Crisis, uncertainty, unwanted patterns, self doubt, self-criticism or anxiety lead people to therapy. Addressing internal conflict is a private and individual process. Therapy is an opportunity to understand yourself better. It is also a place to heal from the wounds of being “othered” relative to race, sexuality, gender, immigration, ethnicity, class, being donor conceived, disability, etc. Questions, fears and challenges in being understood both across real differences and similarities can be faced.
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Katie Cooper
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
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I specialize in working with Grief and Trauma, and can offer weekly therapy via Zoom or Phone. You may be feeling manic, anxious, depressed, hopeless, panicked, avoidant - riding waves of emotion as we all respond to and grapple with the rapid escalation of Covid-19 worldwide. Unexpected changes can trigger out of control feelings associated with earlier experiences of trauma and loss, and can also bring up intense fear around the vulnerability and uncertainty of the days ahead. Now is a time to reach out and ask for help, and take care of our selves, including tending to our mental health. We are all in this this together.
Family Conflict
(415) 658-6434
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I specialize in working with Grief and Trauma, and can offer weekly therapy via Zoom or Phone. You may be feeling manic, anxious, depressed, hopeless, panicked, avoidant - riding waves of emotion as we all respond to and grapple with the rapid escalation of Covid-19 worldwide. Unexpected changes can trigger out of control feelings associated with earlier experiences of trauma and loss, and can also bring up intense fear around the vulnerability and uncertainty of the days ahead. Now is a time to reach out and ask for help, and take care of our selves, including tending to our mental health. We are all in this this together.

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How to resolve conflict in Laurel, Oakland.

Try these therapists to find help with conflict in Laurel, Oakland. Family conflict or conflict in the family in Laurel, Oakland can be the cause of stress and unhappiness sometimes leading to family break-ups or separation. Working to resolve conflicts or conflicts in the family can be helped by a family therapist experienced in conflict counseling. therapists are highly skilled at handling conflict with children, conflict between parents and children, or parent child conflicts. Conflict in marriage or marital conflict is also a reason for seeking help in Laurel, Oakland. As are work family conflicts or family business conflict. The cause of family conflicts varies but can become apparent through reflection on family dynamics and help from professional conflict therapy in Laurel, Oakland. Dealing with unresolved conflict requires resilience, first to acknowledge its existence and then to build trust between the family members affected in pursuit of conflict resolution.

How can I tell if a therapist is right for me?
Therapists in Laurel, Oakland are able to work with a wide range of issues. They offer in person sessions as well as Teletherapy in Laurel, Oakland

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