Abby WeintraubLicensed Marriage & Family Therapist, MFT
I work primarily with folks who are: neurodivergent (e.g. autistic, ADHD, or other), chronically ill/disabled (particularly with autoimmune illnesses), queer/LGBTQIAA2S, sexual/gender outsiders, fat-identified and/or hoping to develop a more loving relationship with their body, sex workers, poly folks, and those in non-traditional relationship and family structures. If you've ever been told that you're too much, too negative, or too "in your head," let's talk. I welcome you exactly as you are.
Tim HoltzmanLicensed Professional Clinical Counselor, LPCC # 5452
Have you previously undergone therapy, but didn’t get the results you wanted? Are you a pragmatic person who values an approach that establishes well-defined objectives and delivers tangible outcomes? Internal Family Systems (IFS) therapy is a potent form of therapy that empowers you the client to directly transform emotions and behaviors. The greatest advantage of IFS therapy is its establishment of clear, measurable goals right from the start. Which allows you to observe the progress you make.
Laura GrossmanLicensed Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT 134820
Existing as a queer person is hard. I get it! I specialize in somatic and relational therapy for queer and trans adults and parents who've been through hard things and feel disconnected, small, and exhausted. Maybe this resonates for you! You want to show up in life as your full, messy, and authentic self. You're done and you're ready for more. More connection with yourself. More liberation from old wounds. And more joy in the life you're living right now.
Phoenix SongLicensed Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT, CHT
I love working with Queer and Trans folks who feel things deeply and intuitively, and who feel a calling to bring their gifts and offerings into this world! I find that these gifts of empathy, sensitivity, and intuition also have shadow sides that can rob us of their joy. These shadow sides can lead to burn out, depletion, repeated relationships and situations that are unhealthy, being used or taken advantage of, or often even trauma and abuse (past or present).
Barbara HooksClinical Psychologist, Licensed Clinical Psychologist - PsyD
Life can be challenging, and at times, despite our best efforts we can feel stuck or lost. My clients are looking to make specific changes in their lives and want an interactive therapist to help provide specific tools and strategies to guide this process. I help clients reduce stress, and shift their relationship to painful emotions. I frequently work with people around boundaries, relationship concerns, life transitions, and issues related to gender identity.
Adrian ScharfetterSex Therapist, PhD, LMFT, CST
Are you seeking ways in understanding sex, relationships, love, and intimacy? Are you seeking help with various sexual dysfunctions such as erectile dysfunction, premature or delayed ejaculation, performance anxiety, low libido, and relationship issues? Are you looking at opening up your relationship or finding ways to better your polyamorous relationship? These questions around sex and sexuality can be overwhelming, and my holistic practices in therapy can help you explore and heal.
Michael CeelyLicensed Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT
Today's challenging world can take its toll, causing worry and uncertainty in people's careers, finances, and relationships. Left unchecked, this stress can pile up, to the point where solutions become obscured. It doesn't have to be that way. I can help you learn the skills to move beyond anxiety and get back in control.
Gwendolyn Nelson-TerryMarriage & Family Therapist, MA, M.Ed, LMFT
You find yourself wondering how it is possible to be in a relationship and feel so alone. No matter how hard you try to connect with your partner, the two of you just seem to keep missing each other. You miss the fun the two of you used to have, you miss the times when the two of you used to talk so easily. Working with a trained couples therapist can help you to get back on track with your relationship. It is possible to heal, grow and have fulfilling relationships.
Kathy BradyLicensed Clinical Social Worker, LCSW #79665
Life in the Bay Area is challenging and the additional stress associated with being LGBTQ+, a woman, pregnancy, parenting or all of the above can push it over the edge. High levels of stress can interfere with relationships, parenting, work, self-care and health. Therapy can support you in cultivating a sense of well-being and balance in your life as well as help you overcome specific mental health concerns such as depression, anxiety, trauma and addictive behaviors.
John EdwardsLicensed Clinical Social Worker, Certified Gottman Method Couples Therapist
Have you been thinking "I should really do something about my current life?" If yes, then let's work together to help you break unhelpful patterns that involve anxiety, depression, eating disorders, addictions/substance abuse or marriage/relationship problems. If you're looking to transform your life, that is, accept yourself, achieve those dreams that you've put off, and create an amazing fulfilling life then you've got the right profile. It's never too late to start or start over.
Jessica RoperMarriage & Family Therapist, MFT 123101
Do certain behaviors feel out of integrity with your sense of self? Do you freeze in response to persistent self doubt or self criticism...or flee to substances or behaviors to get relief? Are certain expressions of trauma no longer supporting your wellbeing? Does the weight of your work in CMH flood into your life outside work? Does some part of you trust that it could be different? Together we can support you in slowing down, (co)regulating & create a space for deep listening.
Noa HamielMarriage & Family Therapist, MFT
My lively and lovely clients come to me when their ways of getting through life are no longer working so well. They're ready to make a change, and ready to lean on some support to make it happen. They want to find a sense of joy, purpose, and contentment, and are willing to work for it!
Amanda PiaseckiLicensed Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT #117977
I work primarily with queer people and transfolks--many of whom come from immigrant families and navigate complex identities and experiences as a result. Most of the people I work with are coping with symptoms that have emerged in relationship to trauma. I love working with couples, groups, and families, particularly those with nontraditional configurations, as well as with individuals.
Abigail ThompsonLicensed Marriage & Family Therapist, CA #94639, NY #2007
Do you have a sense that something is not quite fitting for you- or that you could be accomplishing more or enjoying more? This therapy is right for you if you're ready to try something new, get a little uncomfortable, and explore what's true for you.
Shelley SamuelsLicensed Professional Clinical Counselor, MS, LPCC
Restarting your life? Are you feeling lost, overwhelmed, isolated? Do you feel stuck in the past ? Or maybe you think you are powerless, too old, too young, too different, or low energy? Some of the folks I enjoy working with are members of my queer community, older adults, creative types and people connected to the earth who care about our planet and may be experiencing climate grief. I appreciate transitioners of all types and lovers of learning.
Courtland McPhersonLicensed Clinical Social Worker, MSW, LCSW
You are feeling overwhelmed, stressed, unfulfilled. Maybe your relationship feels like it is crashing and burning. Or maybe you feel like you friend circle has shrunk or that you are the last person standing with no romantic prospects. Maybe you are a parent just trying to get through the day. You have lost motivation, direction, and a sense of purpose. You are not sure when it started but you do not feel the same. Maybe you just feel alone and the voice in your head is saying “what is wrong?”
María Cristina BorgesMarriage & Family Therapist, MFT
BIPOC, immigrants and people from different diasporas, women, artists, students, activists, healers, and parents seek me for support with prolonged stress and its impact on their relationships, health and life's purpose. They want a space where the intersections of their identities are held and their stories honored. I have experience supporting folks with the experiences of trauma, anxiety, stress, burnout, acculturation, how oppression shows in the body, depression, and creative blocks.
Rawna RomeroLicensed Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT
Sometimes we need someone trustworthy, who will listen attentively without judgement or reproach, and reflect what they hear with honestly and with care, who will stay steady when we are mired in the eddies of our emotions, and help us make sense of our histories and lives. Sometimes we need someone to bear witness to our suffering, our sorrow and our longing, to feel the nuance and mystery of who we are and have become, and to help forge the path forward.
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