Adrian EraslanLicensed Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT 123936, LPCC 13930 (licensed as Leyla Eraslan)
The folks I tend to work best with are those who are committed to an exploratory process, trying things out, and are interested in experimenting. I've supported folks with navigating anxiety, unpacking identity, and rethinking relationships. I appreciate working with folks who like a good analogy or pop culture reference or pun as part of the therapeutic process. I try to be as much myself as possible while in the therapist role, and invite my clients' whole self to join us.
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!
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.
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.
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.
Priscilla ChengLicensed Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT 93574
Priscilla specializes in the intersection of queer and faith identities, as people don't fit into neat, rigid boxes of gender identity, sexual orientation, and faith. Priscilla also works with religious trauma, navigating Asian American identity, re-authoring historical value and familial beliefs, and recovery.
Greg BodinLicensed Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT
Anxiety is something you’ve struggled with for a long time. While you appear to be holding it together, inside you’re dealing with feelings of dread, catastrophic thoughts that you can’t seem to stop, and constantly feeling like you need to plan for what might go wrong. The good news is that there are methods that research shows can really help. You and I will work together to identify ways to tackle anxiety and live a more full life.
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.
Moushumi GhoseLicensed Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT
Sexuality & pleasure are stigmatized, this plays into how we feel about ourselves, our bodies. I specialize in sex, intimacy and relationship issues specifically undoing harmful stories which no longer work for us, which hold us back, harm us. I work to re-educate, and then to empower. I work with clients to signifcantly reduce distress and undo longer standing concerns. Find your truth and build on that!
Ilona HrebennikovaLicensed Marriage & Family Therapist, M.Ed, MA, LMFT
Are you struggling with relationships? Are you having the same fight with your partner over and over? Have you lost the emotional connection you used to have? Intimate relationships touch our deepest relational wounds. That's why we can be overwhelmed with the pain they bring and often, at points, feel like giving up. We can heal those wounds and help each other in that process.
Andrew KushnickLicensed Marriage & Family Therapist, MFT
I tend to work well with busy people, those who work in tech or other careers requiring an analytical mind, high achievers, who might get stuck in their thoughts, or push themselves too hard. Those who are trying to find meaning amidst the rat race. Those who want to take stuff from therapy and implement it pretty quickly. The issues that I best serve: relationship problems, anxiety, depression, trauma, work-life balance, stress, anger management, finding meaning, and family conflict.
Ashley GrantCounselor, LMFT, MA
My clients tend to be individuals who struggle to advocate for themselves in relationships- whether they be work, romantic, familial or friendly. They tend to put other people's feelings before their own. They may struggle with anxiety, depression, or both. I work with a lot of people who experienced emotional neglect in childhood, and/or self centered parents, and/or very oppressive home environments.
Kimberly KoljatLicensed Marriage & Family Therapist, CA LMFT, OH LIMFT-S, RPT-S, RDT
I work with grieving adults, highly sensitive people, trauma, and those seeking insight into their behaviors and choices in life, who want to get to the root of the “why” and make changes from there. I also work with children and families using play therapy.
Heather NussLicensed Marriage & Family Therapist,
I seem to be an especially good fit for people who identify as sensitive/emotional, self-critical, creative, rebellious, different, or insightful. My areas of experience and focus are: depression, anxiety, relationship issues, grief/loss, non-traditional relationships, sexuality, identity and self-esteem.
Ann Marie DoboszLicensed Marriage & Family Therapist, Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist CA #80245, MA #1827
It's a stressful, confusing, scary world out there. Do you respond to it by trying to be "perfect" or stay five steps ahead of life? Do you get caught in worry spirals trying to game out everything that could go wrong, or stuck in self-critical thoughts whenever anything goes wrong? Or perhaps you get paralyzed with anxiety, unable to take any action. That persistent feeling of "not good enough" can lead to depression, anxiety, or generally feeling like the life has been sucked out of you.
Tessa GordonLicensed Marriage & Family Therapist, M.A, LMFT, RYT, #113307
There are many reasons eating disorders are invited into your life. Just as there are many reasons why a person develops an eating disorder, the way you recover will be just as unique. If there was a one-size-fits- all solution, that would perhaps be as deceptive as the problem itself. Whether it’s perfectionism, judgment, loneliness, self-improvement, health, fear, family issues… Together we will discover what invites these problems into your life, and begin to find what recovery means for you.
sarah sherertzLicensed Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFTm RYT
We work with all aspects, The body with all its wisdom and symptoms, psyche and and it’s deeper longings and truths, and mind, our amazing brains that have been shaped by past experience and can be reshaped toward where we are and what we need in life now. Alleviating symptoms is the first step, but learning how to uncover, receive, use and grow from our authentic needs is the longer goal. My clients start from a wide variety of backgrounds with all kinds of symptoms.
Monique MillerLicensed Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
I support individuals learning to re-parent themselves and repair wounds of complex trauma. I have specialized experience in recovery from emotional neglect or narcissistic abuse, whether from family of origin or a romantic relationship. I also work with couples and families, with an emphasis on those in non-traditional spaces. This includes members of the LGBTQ community, as well as blended families/step-parents looking to create a family system that functions in the healthiest way possible.
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