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"I am an associate clinical social worker. I offer the space for people to be heard, express their feelings, reflect on their emotional experiences. People may have found themselves in the midst of confusion, despair, and emotional pain with their strengths and resources unrecognized or not fully present. Through making contact with their experiences in a more reflective way, people become to feel less stressed, less anxious, and less depressed. Many of my clients are dealing with domestic violence, childhood trauma, post-traumatic stress disorder, family relationship issues, depression, and anxiety."
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"I am an associate clinical social worker. I offer the space for people to be heard, express their feelings, reflect on their emotional experiences. People may have found themselves in the midst of confusion, despair, and emotional pain with their strengths and resources unrecognized or not fully present. Through making contact with their experiences in a more reflective way, people become to feel less stressed, less anxious, and less depressed. Many of my clients are dealing with domestic violence, childhood trauma, post-traumatic stress disorder, family relationship issues, depression, and anxiety."
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"Are you suffering emotionally? Are you having trouble functioning at work or in your relationships? My goal is to understand what you are struggling with and together, over time, we will figure out what you need and how you can be better. I will strive to help you navigate your challenges with emotional poise. I hope that you will be able to make positive changes to your life as result of the therapy process."
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"Are you suffering emotionally? Are you having trouble functioning at work or in your relationships? My goal is to understand what you are struggling with and together, over time, we will figure out what you need and how you can be better. I will strive to help you navigate your challenges with emotional poise. I hope that you will be able to make positive changes to your life as result of the therapy process."
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"I'm a licensed clinical psychologist with a private practice in San Francisco and Marin. I work with couples and individuals. I have been seeing clients for over a decade and deeply enjoy working with each of my unique patients. I provide a safe and nurturing environment to foster greater insight, understanding and resilience in order to enhance ones life both professionally and personally."
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(415) 630-2207
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"I'm a licensed clinical psychologist with a private practice in San Francisco and Marin. I work with couples and individuals. I have been seeing clients for over a decade and deeply enjoy working with each of my unique patients. I provide a safe and nurturing environment to foster greater insight, understanding and resilience in order to enhance ones life both professionally and personally."
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"Sometimes, life holds nothing back. We’re totally overwhelmed. It’s all too much. Too much busy-ness, too much hurry, and too much stress. While you’re a master of taking care of everything and everyone around you, taking care of YOU is often forgotten. And your regular pattern of “go, go, go…” leads to anxiety, burnout, or trauma. And so, you’re just…exhausted. You know something has to change. You know life has more to offer. But you’re not sure where to start."
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"Sometimes, life holds nothing back. We’re totally overwhelmed. It’s all too much. Too much busy-ness, too much hurry, and too much stress. While you’re a master of taking care of everything and everyone around you, taking care of YOU is often forgotten. And your regular pattern of “go, go, go…” leads to anxiety, burnout, or trauma. And so, you’re just…exhausted. You know something has to change. You know life has more to offer. But you’re not sure where to start."
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"I believe therapy is a place where one can get unconditional support to find one's true self, and find guidance to blossom to one's full capacity. Most of us struggle, as we stray from our original path, and our inner compass informs us of this. Therapy offers a sanctuary, where you can honestly face and better understand how you struggle, and how you can more fully connect with yourself and others. We do this by talking, feeling, and sensing through your experience, in a safe, supportive environment. It is based on trust and respect. This is a vulnerable, challenging and deeply rewarding process."
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(415) 991-8398
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"I believe therapy is a place where one can get unconditional support to find one's true self, and find guidance to blossom to one's full capacity. Most of us struggle, as we stray from our original path, and our inner compass informs us of this. Therapy offers a sanctuary, where you can honestly face and better understand how you struggle, and how you can more fully connect with yourself and others. We do this by talking, feeling, and sensing through your experience, in a safe, supportive environment. It is based on trust and respect. This is a vulnerable, challenging and deeply rewarding process."
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"Are you thriving in your life? Do your pursuits fulfill you, or make you second guess yourself? Perhaps you're caught in constant comparison to your peers. I specialize in helping individuals get past these common hurdles - the ones that hold you back from living a more meaningful life. Whether you are looking to resolve core issues, or trying to achieve balance between work, love and play, people can sometimes feel "stuck." I am here to be your coach, to help you experience your life in a more purposeful way - one that holds value independent of the expectations of others."
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(917) 563-4490
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"Are you thriving in your life? Do your pursuits fulfill you, or make you second guess yourself? Perhaps you're caught in constant comparison to your peers. I specialize in helping individuals get past these common hurdles - the ones that hold you back from living a more meaningful life. Whether you are looking to resolve core issues, or trying to achieve balance between work, love and play, people can sometimes feel "stuck." I am here to be your coach, to help you experience your life in a more purposeful way - one that holds value independent of the expectations of others."
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"You have an invisible illness that you don’t deserve and never asked for. Unpredictable episodes of depression, mania, and/or psychosis scare your loved ones and make you question yourself. Yet, as a successful, creative professional, your boss and coworkers would never guess you have a mood disorder. No one notices how hard you work to take care of everything - including trying to keep your mood as stable as possible. You’re terrified of each mood episode because it doesn’t just put your life on hold, it puts you two steps back. These highs and lows leave you exhausted and afraid to take risks to grow yourself and your life. "
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(415) 697-3964
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"You have an invisible illness that you don’t deserve and never asked for. Unpredictable episodes of depression, mania, and/or psychosis scare your loved ones and make you question yourself. Yet, as a successful, creative professional, your boss and coworkers would never guess you have a mood disorder. No one notices how hard you work to take care of everything - including trying to keep your mood as stable as possible. You’re terrified of each mood episode because it doesn’t just put your life on hold, it puts you two steps back. These highs and lows leave you exhausted and afraid to take risks to grow yourself and your life. "
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"As a professor and researcher, I teach counseling theories and techniques to master’s level students at California State University. In my private practice, I am passionate about supporting couples and individuals from diverse cultural backgrounds. Majoring in school counseling (MS), international relations (MA), and counselor education and supervision (PhD) has broadened my understanding and knowledge of education, psychology, cross-cultural communication, and diversity. "
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(415) 914-9768
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"As a professor and researcher, I teach counseling theories and techniques to master’s level students at California State University. In my private practice, I am passionate about supporting couples and individuals from diverse cultural backgrounds. Majoring in school counseling (MS), international relations (MA), and counselor education and supervision (PhD) has broadened my understanding and knowledge of education, psychology, cross-cultural communication, and diversity. "
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"I entered the field of psychotherapy as a licensed clinical social worker in 1985 and earned a doctorate in clinical psychology in 2009. I work with individuals, couples, and families on the issues of depression, anxiety, anger management, posttraumatic stress disorder, complex trauma, chronic pain, relationship issues, parent-child relationships, chronic psychiatric conditions, bipolar disorder, dementia assessment and cognitive coaching, and loss and bereavement, among others."
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(415) 653-0637
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"I entered the field of psychotherapy as a licensed clinical social worker in 1985 and earned a doctorate in clinical psychology in 2009. I work with individuals, couples, and families on the issues of depression, anxiety, anger management, posttraumatic stress disorder, complex trauma, chronic pain, relationship issues, parent-child relationships, chronic psychiatric conditions, bipolar disorder, dementia assessment and cognitive coaching, and loss and bereavement, among others."
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"Therapy can offer you the chance to increase your sense of personal satisfaction, improve your relationships and resolve specific concerns. Whether you are struggling with a recent challenge, or dealing with long term difficulties, I'd be glad to speak with you. I offer a collaborative, compassionate, depth-oriented therapeutic style in a confidential private practice setting. I meet with and welcome individuals of all ethnic, cultural and religious backgrounds who may identify with traditional or non-traditional gender roles and sexual identities. Please contact me for more information, or to schedule an appointment."
(510) 454-8070
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"Therapy can offer you the chance to increase your sense of personal satisfaction, improve your relationships and resolve specific concerns. Whether you are struggling with a recent challenge, or dealing with long term difficulties, I'd be glad to speak with you. I offer a collaborative, compassionate, depth-oriented therapeutic style in a confidential private practice setting. I meet with and welcome individuals of all ethnic, cultural and religious backgrounds who may identify with traditional or non-traditional gender roles and sexual identities. Please contact me for more information, or to schedule an appointment."
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"Thank you for taking the time to review my profile. Finding a therapist is easy, but finding the "right" therapist during a difficult time in your life is not at all easy. I've been in private practice for over 35 years and have seen individuals, couples and families dealing with a wide spectrum of issues. Over and over again, I've been pleased to hear how quickly my clients felt a sense of "connection" with me in working on their problems. This connection is an essential element of a successful outcome."
(510) 296-6684
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"Thank you for taking the time to review my profile. Finding a therapist is easy, but finding the "right" therapist during a difficult time in your life is not at all easy. I've been in private practice for over 35 years and have seen individuals, couples and families dealing with a wide spectrum of issues. Over and over again, I've been pleased to hear how quickly my clients felt a sense of "connection" with me in working on their problems. This connection is an essential element of a successful outcome."
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"Grappling with emotional struggles during one's lifetime is a common experience but can often feel isolating and overwhelming. My goal is that we work together to help you move forward, flourish and live in a way that is aligned with your values. Our work in therapy will be centered on your goals and on working towards them in a proactive way while also integrating self-acceptance, self-understanding and compassion. I am committed to providing a supportive, warm, and nonjudgmental space in therapy. "
(510) 726-9701
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"Grappling with emotional struggles during one's lifetime is a common experience but can often feel isolating and overwhelming. My goal is that we work together to help you move forward, flourish and live in a way that is aligned with your values. Our work in therapy will be centered on your goals and on working towards them in a proactive way while also integrating self-acceptance, self-understanding and compassion. I am committed to providing a supportive, warm, and nonjudgmental space in therapy. "
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"I work with children, adolescents, and families impacted by chronic conditions, in particular type 1 diabetes. Because managing chronic conditions creates added and continual stress as well as greater dependency on others, the ability to regulate emotions and improved interpersonal functioning can make life smoother. Helping a child better understand his or her strengths, and how to more effectively draw on them, can assist the child, and family members, in adjusting to life with illness. I believe that finding individual solutions and discovering new strengths in therapy can be fun and imaginative."
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"I work with children, adolescents, and families impacted by chronic conditions, in particular type 1 diabetes. Because managing chronic conditions creates added and continual stress as well as greater dependency on others, the ability to regulate emotions and improved interpersonal functioning can make life smoother. Helping a child better understand his or her strengths, and how to more effectively draw on them, can assist the child, and family members, in adjusting to life with illness. I believe that finding individual solutions and discovering new strengths in therapy can be fun and imaginative."
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"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."
(650) 879-4224
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"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."
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"I have tremendous respect for individuals who desire to face what is not working personally, professionally, socially, or in finding meaning and purpose in the universe. Whether you are struggling with emotional-mental stress and confusion, relationship, work, or family issues, or anxiety, depression, trauma, or addiction, I offer a trustworthy place to create a better life. I will collaborate with you during the process of psychotherapy to help you overcome your emotional and mental difficulties, discover your true self, and gain the freedom to live in alignment with your deepest values, beliefs, and desires. "
(650) 480-3430
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"I have tremendous respect for individuals who desire to face what is not working personally, professionally, socially, or in finding meaning and purpose in the universe. Whether you are struggling with emotional-mental stress and confusion, relationship, work, or family issues, or anxiety, depression, trauma, or addiction, I offer a trustworthy place to create a better life. I will collaborate with you during the process of psychotherapy to help you overcome your emotional and mental difficulties, discover your true self, and gain the freedom to live in alignment with your deepest values, beliefs, and desires. "
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"I have been in private practice as a psychotherapist in Berkeley since 1994. I work with adults and teens individually and also with couples and groups, on recovering from relationship and betrayal trauma. This trauma may manifest as recurring intrusive reminders of overwhelming and unresolved past experiences and as emotional / somatic distress in your present life. Or it may result from inadequate nurture and protection in childhood (attachment trauma). Often, both contribute to the desire for relief and a better life beyond trauma. Individualized trauma therapy addresses the need for a new relationship with this"
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"I have been in private practice as a psychotherapist in Berkeley since 1994. I work with adults and teens individually and also with couples and groups, on recovering from relationship and betrayal trauma. This trauma may manifest as recurring intrusive reminders of overwhelming and unresolved past experiences and as emotional / somatic distress in your present life. Or it may result from inadequate nurture and protection in childhood (attachment trauma). Often, both contribute to the desire for relief and a better life beyond trauma. Individualized trauma therapy addresses the need for a new relationship with this"
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"Usually, a person is compelled to seek-out a therapist because of desperation: Desperation to extricate her/himself from depression, anxiety and or behaviors that contribute to conflict, or loneliness. Sometimes a person wants to be more successful in relationships or at work, A couple seeks-out a therapist because their frequent bickering has led to frustration, isolation and loneliness, and they don't know how get out of it. You may feel that your partner no longer values you. You need to be heard, valued and supported-to regain the closeness and understanding you once had."
(510) 907-6783
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"Usually, a person is compelled to seek-out a therapist because of desperation: Desperation to extricate her/himself from depression, anxiety and or behaviors that contribute to conflict, or loneliness. Sometimes a person wants to be more successful in relationships or at work, A couple seeks-out a therapist because their frequent bickering has led to frustration, isolation and loneliness, and they don't know how get out of it. You may feel that your partner no longer values you. You need to be heard, valued and supported-to regain the closeness and understanding you once had."
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"My work is client-centered, and helps to support people through transitions, relationships, stress, trauma, spiritual and quality of life issues. I have dedicated my life to helping and understanding people. I offer transformative, integrative therapy that fosters intuition, self-acceptance and self-awareness. Through the use of mindfulness and other modalities, this work taps into clients' intrinsic strengths and healing abilities. I have broad counseling experience and enjoy working with couples and individuals of all ages."
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"My work is client-centered, and helps to support people through transitions, relationships, stress, trauma, spiritual and quality of life issues. I have dedicated my life to helping and understanding people. I offer transformative, integrative therapy that fosters intuition, self-acceptance and self-awareness. Through the use of mindfulness and other modalities, this work taps into clients' intrinsic strengths and healing abilities. I have broad counseling experience and enjoy working with couples and individuals of all ages."
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"People come to me uncertain, frustrated, and seeking a new way to experience their lives. My approach is active and collaborative: I trust their knowledge of themselves and offer my insights, skills, and training to achieve lasting change and healing. Together, we identify ways to align their routines, relationships, and environments with their long-term goals and values. We turn avoidance into action and find acceptance through mindfulness, wisdom, and compassion. My approach is warm, nonjudgmental, and genuine. I am passionate about helping people reduce their suffering and build lives they find meaningful and fulfilling."
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"People come to me uncertain, frustrated, and seeking a new way to experience their lives. My approach is active and collaborative: I trust their knowledge of themselves and offer my insights, skills, and training to achieve lasting change and healing. Together, we identify ways to align their routines, relationships, and environments with their long-term goals and values. We turn avoidance into action and find acceptance through mindfulness, wisdom, and compassion. My approach is warm, nonjudgmental, and genuine. I am passionate about helping people reduce their suffering and build lives they find meaningful and fulfilling."
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"Are you frustrated by the dating scene and wondering if you'll ever find your 'person'? Are you secretly terrified that you will be alone forever? Does this impact your self worth and make you wonder what you're doing wrong? Why you're attracted to the wrong ones? Getting into the same type of unfulfilling relationship again and again or just ALONE, always? Do you wish you knew the 'rules' and what you were doing wrong? Are you tired of having unconnected sex, or worse, no sex? Do you want to get back to your essential self and live the life you were meant to live? I help smart successful women feel empowered & create true love."
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"Are you frustrated by the dating scene and wondering if you'll ever find your 'person'? Are you secretly terrified that you will be alone forever? Does this impact your self worth and make you wonder what you're doing wrong? Why you're attracted to the wrong ones? Getting into the same type of unfulfilling relationship again and again or just ALONE, always? Do you wish you knew the 'rules' and what you were doing wrong? Are you tired of having unconnected sex, or worse, no sex? Do you want to get back to your essential self and live the life you were meant to live? I help smart successful women feel empowered & create true love."

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Grief (Bereavement, Loss, Mourning) Therapists
If you're looking for help with grief in 94710 or for an 94710 grief therapist, these professionals provide grief counseling and grief support. They include grief therapists, grief psychologists, grief psychotherapists and grief counselors. They can help with grieving, grief stages, stages of grief and grief loss.If you're looking for help with grief therapy in 94710 or for an 94710 grief therapist, these professionals provide grief counseling and grief support. They include 94710 grief therapists, grief psychologists, grief psychotherapists and grief counselors. They can help with 94710 grieving therapy, grief stages, stages of grief and grief loss.

If you're looking for help with bereavement in 94710 or for an 94710 bereavement therapist, these professionals provide bereavement counseling and bereavement support. They include 94710 bereavement therapists, bereavement psychologists and bereavement counselors.

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How can I tell if a therapist is right for me?
Therapists in 94710 are able to work with a wide range of issues.

For example, if you're seeking a marriage counselor in 94710 you'll find that most therapists are trained in marriage counseling or couples counseling in 94710 and couples therapy. And they welcome families for family counseling in 94710 or family therapy in 94710.