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Find a Therapist

for Therapists in San Jose, California including Counselors & Psychologists

As the third-largest city in California, San Jose has a diverse population with unique mental health needs. TherapyTribe is a community of highly regarded therapists ready to help San Jose residents with their therapy needs. These mental health specialists have profile pages and blogs available, so you can browse their expertise and credentials to find the therapist that's right for you. By using the advanced search features, you can easily find a therapist near you.
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Jena Lenhardt, LMFT

I consider it a profound privilege to have the opportunity to work with individuals as they take the courageous step to seek support through therapy. I strive to create a safe place where you can work towards your goals and learn to cope with the problems of life more comfortably.

1.51 miles from
95113

1885 The Alameda Suite 100F San Jose, California 95126

t: (408) 638-9471

w: cypresscounselingservices.com

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Tameka Medley, LCSW, Therapist

"Creating balance and transformation in one's whole-being is true HARMONY!" My mission is to educate and empower people to achieve vitality of health, fulfillment of life and harmony within their mind, body and spirit.

1.51 miles from
95113

1939 The Alameda San Jose, California 95126

t: 800-707-1326

f: 800-707-1326

w: In Harmony

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Dr. Lisa Blevins, Ph.D., Therapist

I look forward to meeting you and discovering how we can work together to improve your experience of life! I see therapy as one way to prioritize yourself, try something different, and take a risk to address patterns that have not been working for you.

1.51 miles from
95113

175 N. Buena Vista Avenue San Jose, California 95126

t: 408-655-6219

w: Open Heart Therapy

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Dr. Adam Dorsay, Psy.D., Therapist

Welcome. I work with adolescents, adults and couples. I work well with people who are in mid-life transitions, new parents, and assist in reducing symptoms of anxiety and depression. I also help people improve relationships and to increase fulfillment and happiness.

1.51 miles from
95113

1120 McKendrie St San Jose, California 95126

t: 4084501800

w: www.DrAdamDorsay.com

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Christine Tronge, LCSW , Clinical Social Work/Therapist

As a psychotherapist with over 17 years of post-graduate experience my private practice I am skilled at helping individuals find the answers they seek. My office is comfortable and soothing creating an ideal environment for someone to explore their issues and find the healing they seek.

1.51 miles from
95113

1885 The Alameda Suite 100-I California 95126

t: (408) 217-1569

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w: Seeking Wellness Counseling

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Sasha Esposito San Roman, MFT, Marriage and Family Therapist

My approach is non-pathologizing, strength-based and solution-focused. I work in a very humanistic, systemic way and often use cognitive-behavioral methods. I keep my client informed as we go…empowering them to “own” what we discover so they can transform the aspects of themselves and their

1.51 miles from
95113

2170 The Alameda, Suite #300 San Jose, California 95126

t: 408 378-6510

w: sashaesposito.com

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Dr. Aurianne Dorsay, Ph.D., Therapist

I offer adults, children and couples a safe place where they can work through their problems and know themselves more deeply thereby experiencing a more fulfilling and meaningful life.

2.66 miles from
95113

1302 Lincoln Ave #205 San Jose, California 95125

t: 408-496-9800

w: www.drdorsay.com

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Dr. Randi Fredricks, Ph.D., LMFT, Therapist

Starting the process of individual counseling with a therapist can be both empowering and frightening. I am very aware of the feelings that may be brought to the first few sessions. For this reason, it is the client who sets the pace initially.

2.66 miles from
95113

1174 Lincoln Ave Ste 6 San Jose, California 95125

t: 408-264-3082

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w: www.DrRandiFredricks.com

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Mr. Clayton Charles Barbeau, M.A., MFT, Therapist

Recently a young man in England whose education toward his becoming a therapist had included videotapes featuring me, wrote and asked what prompted me to go into the practice of psychotherapy. After some thought, I responded by saying that I found great enjoyment in seeing cadavers come to life.

2.66 miles from
95113

1217 Roycott Way San Jose, California 95125

t: 408 266-6489

w: www.ikonpress.com

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Ms Karen Y Taylor, Therapist

I believe therapy is the search for better ways of relating to one another, healing past wounds and finding ways of coping with the hand you have been dealt. And if you choose to include me in your journey I will support your choices, help you to find your your truth and magnify your strengths.

5.12 miles from
95113

2155 S. Bascom Ave, Suite 203 Campbell, California 95008

t: 408-455-8220

f: 801-642-6888

w: karenytaylor.com

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San Jose
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With a vast number of businesses in the area, San Jose is home to many growing families that have unique mental health needs. Adults are not the only ones who suffer from mental illnesses. In fact, the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) reports that 422,000 children in the state of California suffer from a mental illness that affects their daily life. Unfortunately, around 39 percent of students who are 14 and older dropped out of high school while dealing with these illnesses. As a result, San Jose has a strong group of therapists specifically trained in child counseling.

The community also has the Transitional Age Youth (TAY) Program that is geared towards youth between 16 and 25 years of age. These young adults are often required to make decisions about employment, housing, and finances they are simply unprepared to make. The TAY Program provides mentoring and strategies to help these individuals make informed decisions about their futures.

The county realized that many veterans return home to San Jose without an available support system. Whether because of stigma or lack of knowledge about the resources available, veterans experience trauma and hardship upon returning home. Therefore, the community created the Veterans Outreach Project for those who need it. This program offers support and education to those returning from the Armed Forces who suffer from depression, nightmares, panic attacks, or Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD). The Veterans Outreach Project is available for all who served, regardless of experience or discharge status.

Mental illness is not rare. NAMI states that around 1,175,000 California adults live with a serious mental illness. The most common mental illness that adults seek treatment for is depression. Depression is not simply occasional sadness. It is an extended period of extreme despair that can interfere with the normal life of sufferers. There are even different types of depression including postpartum depression, major depressive disorder, and seasonal affective disorder, also known as SAD. For those who are suffering from depression, finding a qualified therapist in their area is the first step on the road to recovery.

When searching for a therapist, ask yourself some important questions. Do you want to pick a conveniently located office? Do you have a preference for a male or female therapist? Is there a specific type of treatment you're looking for? Once you answer these questions, you'll be able to pick a therapist you are comfortable around, making your recovery easier.

Numerous health insurance packages include mental health in their coverage plans, and many therapists in the community accept different health insurance plans. Check with TherapyTribe to see which therapists are in your coverage network.

Community members should always take mental health wellness just as seriously as physical health wellness. However, mental health issues do not discriminate. Sufferers are young or old, from any ethnicity or cultural group, and from any socioeconomic group. The good news is there are services and therapists throughout the community who are always available to help those in need.