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Search Results for Therapists in San Francisco, California

San Francisco has ample facilities for patients seeking mental health care. Within a population of over 805,000, this city has 76.6 psychiatrists per 100,000 people. Our community of therapy specialists includes professionals in a diverse range of specialties. TherapyTribe will help you find the right therapist for your personal needs. You can browse therapist bios and blogs, then use the advanced search tools to find the perfect therapist near you. Finding the right match is a critical first step in successful therapy.
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Thomas Andrew Gonda, Jr., M.D., LMFT, Therapist

If you're looking for extra support and guidance through a challenging situation or you're just ready to move in a new direction in your life, I look forward to working with you to achieve your goals. Office locations: San Francisco (Mission District), Oakland, Walnut Creek, Danville

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1231 Market Street, #810 San Francisco, California 94103

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Anders Greenwood, Psy.D, Ph.D., Psychologist

I enjoy helping clients integrate body, thought and feeling, and achieve greater emotional presence, productivity, joy and calm, while letting go of old habits of "emotional survival." I belief therapy should pay for itself, through better decisions, as well as in quality of life and relationships.

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703 Market St, Ste 410 San Francisco, California 94103

t: 510-364-4825

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Dr. John Carten McLaughlin, Psy.D., Psychologist

Can one step out of life's shadows? When sadness and frustration are great enough that one cannot love or work successfully. Could a collaboration form to focus your insight towards your future? Could a struggle begin that unravels the confusing swirl of events and sensations shadowing this life?

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295 Fell Street Suite A San Francisco, California 94102-5147

t: (415) 861-7690

f: (415) 296-6375

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Dr. Nicole L. Coffelt, Therapist

I tend to focus on healing the whole person. I work with clients to integrate mind, body, and soul using a variety of methods e.g., mindfulness-based practices, depth psychology, body-centered therapies, the expressive arts, nature-based modalities, Indigenous and community psychology perspectives.

0.54 miles from
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870 Market Street Suite 1250 San Francisco, California 94102

t: 4155176617

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Don Mack, MFT, Marriage and Family Therapist

"My style is warm and depth-oriented. I believe in establishing clear goals for your therapy. Using a collaborative approach, our work together will help you gain a sense of growth. Using a blend of therapeutic approaches, my aim is to create a comfortable space in which to address your concerns".

0.54 miles from
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414 Gough Street, Suite 5 (Hayes Valley neighborhood) San Francisco, California 94102

t: 415.820.9620

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Golden Gate Integral Counseling Center

The Golden Gate Integral Counseling Center provides caring, professional psychotherapy and counseling in a relationship of trust and respect to individual adults & children, couples, families, and groups. The center offers a supportive and inclusive environment designed to facilitate healing.

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507 Polk Street Suite 450 San Francisco, California 94102

t: 415-561-0230

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Dr. Tracy Pobuda, Psy.D., Psychologist

Do you need help: Making your relationships work? Managing anxiety? Coping with addiction (yours or someone else's)? I have the skills and training to offer a realistic assessment of your struggles, and guide you toward growth and change.

0.54 miles from
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944 Market Street Suite 510 San Francisco, California 94102

t: (415) 652-1235

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Jamie Moran, LCSW, CGP, Clinical Social Work/Therapist

 

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425 Gough Street San Francisco, California 94102

t: 415-552-9408

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Dr. Danielle Sires, PsyD, Psychologist

Choosing to seek therapy is the first step in moving towards a more fulfilling life. Depression, anxiety, or conflicted relationships may be preventing you from reaching your full potential. I cultivate a nonjudgmental space where clients uncover their potential and attain lasting, positive change.

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870 Market Street Suite 915 San Francisco, California 94102

t: (415) 361-1466

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Dr. Lisa Shields, Licensed Clinical Psychologist, Therapist

Therapy is your journey. If you invite me to walk along beside you, I will offer you my best critical thinking, understanding, compassion and theoretical knowledge based on 20 years of working in this field. I am adept at pointing out signposts and other paths that you might not have noticed.

0.95 miles from
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1445 20th Street San Francisco, California 94107

t: 415 643-0154

w: Lisa Shields, Ph.D.

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As a city, San Francisco has a very low rate of serious mental illness. Only 3.5 percent of the population suffers from a serious condition, and the city's ample facilities and resources for these individuals make it easy to find quality help. The University of California, San Francisco is one of the nation's top resources for mental health care for patients of all ages, including children, adolescents, and adults. The university's psychiatry department offers inpatient, outpatient, and partial hospitalization programs.

San Francisco offers many specialty services for the gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transsexual community. It has the only school district in the United States that includes gender identity and sexual orientation issues on the middle and high school Youth Behavior Risk Surveys. With over 13 percent of the population under age 18, it's important to address this issue among the city's youth. Students who identify as part of the LGBT community are at a higher risk for substance abuse, depression, and suicide.

In the diverse landscape of San Francisco, people can find specialized support for many conditions. The San Francisco chapter of the Depression and Bipolar Support Alliance has maintained an active presence in the city since 1986. This group offers support to people with mood disorders as well as their family and friends who may struggle to understand this type of condition.

In 2007, the Mental Health Association of San Francisco established the Institute on Compulsive Hoarding and Cluttering to provide specialized services to patients with these conditions. This group provides training for professionals so they can better treat and understand this disorder.

Most people who seek behavioral health services only need general counseling. While specialized services are readily available in San Francisco, it's important to note that many generalized therapeutic professionals are available as well to provide services like life coaching. With over 13 percent of the population living below the poverty level and more than 5 percent unemployed, career counseling services are another option that can benefit the San Francisco community.

Thanks to the Mental Health Services Act, Proposition 63, many of California's mental health programs now receive state funding, so they can better serve the local population. Many patients will also find that their health insurance covers some expenses associated with mental health care. When you're looking for a therapist, it's important to consider both your insurance coverage and your personal needs. The best therapist is not just someone on your coverage plan, but someone you feel comfortable with.

Consider your preferences in regards to the sex of your therapist and the types of treatments offered before you begin your search. With this information in mind, you'll find that TherapyTribe has the resources you need to locate a professional who meets your ideal qualifications.