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San Francisco, California therapist: Lisa Andresen, licensed clinical social worker
Emotional Abuse Therapy

Lisa Andresen

Licensed Clinical Social Worker, LCSW
What if it's precisely because you're smart, caring, and accommodating that you've been targeted by manipulative people? It's not your fault that people can be untrustworthy, self-serving, harsh, and insensitive. Narcissists and Sociopaths represent 2% of the population, and they often have children. Growing up with highly critical, emotionally unavailable parents, who may have been caught up in their own mental health challenges, addictions, or abusive relationships can be considered traumatic. People who've survived narcissistic abuse, upbringings without empathy, or a relentless break-down of your ego can still be successful high-achievers and entrepreneurs. Even after trying everything you can to keep the peace, please them, what if you still feel unsupported by your loved ones? I specialize in the links between trauma and achievement, as well as family estrangement. Gradually, you'll learn that your preferences and needs matter too. We'll identify your triggers, practice self-regulation strategies, and develop tools for you to connect with your self-worth, establish a sense of safety, and identify trustworthy people.  
7 Years Experience
In-Person in San Francisco, CA 94107
Online in San Francisco, California
Los Angeles, California therapist: Melissa Klass M.A., LMFT, marriage and family therapist
Emotional Abuse Therapy

Melissa Klass M.A., LMFT

Marriage and Family Therapist, M.A., LMFT #119163
Emotional abuse at the hands of a loved one leaves a scar that no one can see. When you’ve been manipulated, gaslit, and covertly insulted for months or years you can start to lose your sense of self. Even when you have found the strength to end a relationship where you were treated this way, it haunts you. You have difficulty trusting or joyfully engaging with new people. Or maybe this is a relationship that it is not so simple to end. Perhaps it’s a relationship with a parent or sibling. You’re exhausted. You’re tired of walking on eggshells. Whether it’s time to heal from a former relationship, set some boundaries in an existing one, or bring a relationship to an end, therapy can provide you a safe place to process your experiences. Once you get to know yourself again, you can set some much-needed boundaries or say goodbye, whatever is right for you.  
8 Years Experience
Online in San Francisco, California
Santa Monica, California therapist: Nicole Bermensolo, marriage and family therapist
Emotional Abuse Therapy

Nicole Bermensolo

Marriage and Family Therapist, M.A., AMFT
Are you sick of being told you're crazy? Well, I'm here to tell you that you're not. Emotionally abusive people in our lives use manipulation, gaslighting, and other tactics to gain power and control. Whether it was at the hands of a narcissistic parent or abusive partner, I specialize in helping clients overcome trauma resulting from interpersonal relationships. I am living proof that you can heal and recover from emotional abuse to live a rich and fulfilling life on your terms.  
5 Years Experience
In-Person in San Francisco, CA 94122
Online in San Francisco, California
Seattle, Washington therapist: Eric Olsen, life coach
Emotional Abuse Therapy

Eric Olsen

Life Coach, Trauma, PTSD, BSc Sciences, DoD Career Councilor, SARC, DAPA, Pre Licensed Human Intelligence / Psychology, Life Coach. | Professional Support: LSSBB, PgM, Bluestone PMP,
We work on the emotional abuse you've experienced and teach you knew skills to help get over the pain and trauma and instill new self confidence and self esteem.  
15 Years Experience
Online in San Francisco, California
Orinda, California therapist: Sara Denman, psychologist
Emotional Abuse Therapy

Sara Denman

Psychologist, Psy.D
Someone who has suffered emotional abuse often feel shame and isolation. Processing the abuse with a trained therapist helps the pain loose its potency. Emotional abuse comes in many forms and sometimes it is even difficult to understand what was abuse. Therapy can bring insight and coping skills to work through the abuse.  
25 Years Experience
In-Person Near San Francisco, CA
Online in San Francisco, California
Lafayette, California therapist: Dr. Catherine Ferreira-Babor, Psy.D., psychologist
Emotional Abuse Therapy

Dr. Catherine Ferreira-Babor, Psy.D.

Psychologist, Psy.D.
Emotional abuse can be extremely confusing. It may have taken you a long time to realize that this is what is happening. You may not even be sure, but you don't need to know with any degree of certainty before you see me. Learning to take care of yourself, learning what thoughts and feelings are truly yours (and not those that have been forced upon you), understanding how you got in to this situation and how to get out, and learning how to have healthy relationships going forward...it may be complicated but it is truly liberating.  
27 Years Experience
In-Person Near San Francisco, CA
Online in San Francisco, California
Pleasanton, California therapist: Dr. Rebecca Scott, Psy.D, psychologist
Emotional Abuse Therapy

Dr. Rebecca Scott, Psy.D

Psychologist, Clinical Psychologist, Certified in Holistic Health
I can support patients who have history of emotional abuse and verbal abuse. I can provide CBT techniques and help foster self esteem and self confidence.  
15 Years Experience
In-Person Near San Francisco, CA
Online in San Francisco, California
Pleasant Hill, California therapist: Rubino Counseling Services, therapist
Emotional Abuse Therapy

Rubino Counseling Services

Therapist, PhD, MA
While I work with adults and couples, I specialize in treating children and teenagers. I treat children and teenagers who are dealing with depression, who are suicidal, anxiety disorders, eating disorders, cutting, bipolar to name a few issues. I also work with high conflict divorces.  
27 Years Experience
In-Person Near San Francisco, CA