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Conversations with Clinicians: Elizabeth Dausch

Center for Mindful Psychotherapy is a non profit collective of 80 Associate Marriage and Family Therapists in the San Francisco Bay Area. You can learn more about each of them from perusing our Therapist Directory. In our Conversations with Clinicians series, we interview therapists in more depth. They share more about the work that the do, the clients that they...[ read more ]

Conversations With Clinicians: Kaye Reeves

Conversations With Clinicians: Kaye Reeves

We're back today with another California therapist interview from our Conversations with Clinicians series. Meet Kaye Reeves, a former staff attorney in the California appellate courts who is now working with us as an associate therapist. Kaye is inspired by the growth and change of doing this work. Let's learn more about working with this therapist, who is located in...[ read more ]

Conversations with Clinicians: Mark Resch

therapist interview with Mark Resch

Conversations with Clinicians is our therapist interviews series. It provides an opportunity for you to get to know more about one of our associate therapists. Moreover, you can learn about different therapeutic orientations, reasons people become therapists, and what they recommend in terms of media, Bay Area locations, and more. Today, meet California East Bay therapist Mark Resch. He is a...[ read more ]

Conversations with Clinicians: Julie Peters

Welcome back to Conversations with Clinicians where we interview one of our associate therapists. We like to give you this opportunity to learn more about the way that they work. Moreover, they give us some great tips and resources that we hope you'll find helpful. Today, meet Julie Peters. She is a California therapist providing Telehealth therapy. What is Your...[ read more ]

Conversations with Clinicians: Interview with SF Bay Area Therapist Sofía Escudero

Sofía Escudero therapist

Sofía Escudero is a bilingual (Spanish/English) San Francisco Bay Area therapist who is part of our associate therapist team here at Center for Mindful Psychotherapy. She is currently seeing clients via Telehealth only but hopes to offer in-person East Bay (Oakland or Berkeley) appointments soon. Learn more about her approach to her work in the interview below. What are your...[ read more ]

Conversations with Clinicians: Dena Ehrlich

Dena Ehrlich is one of Center for Mindful Psychotherapy's Associate Marriage and Family Therapists. These therapists work in the San Francisco Bay Area, using a holistic approach that incorporates mindfulness, somatic therapy, and many other techniques. We interview these therapists to learn more about their individual work. This way, you can get a sense of what therapy with them is...[ read more ]

9 Therapists Share Their Favorite Inspiring Quotes

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Have you ever wondered what your therapist would say if you asked them what their favorite quote is? After all, quotes inspire and guide us. The ones that therapists love can tell us a lot about who they are, what they believe in, and whether or not they're the right fit for your needs as a client. Therefore, in our...[ read more ]

Do Therapists Have Favorite Clients? Ask a Therapist!

do therapists have favorite clients

Have you ever wondered what kind of client a therapist loves to work with? Don't worry; there's no such thing as a "perfect client." (And, we hate to spoil the illusion, but there's no such thing as a "perfect therapist" either.) Instead, there's sometimes the perfect match between your needs and their skills. Much of therapy happens in the relationship...[ read more ]

Conversations with Clinicians: Julia Ward

Offerings, recommendations, inspirations Contact us to be Matched with a Therapist Neighborhood: Hayes Valley Orientation: Mindfulness-based depth therapy. “Depth,” for me, means we’re going deep inside our emotional lives to locate that part of us that knows more than we think we know. Specialties: Anxiety, difficult life transitions, people struggling with the political climate.Other Modalities that inform your work: Buddhist...[ read more ]

Conversations with Clinicians: Io Bones

Offerings, recommendations, inspirations from an Alumn Contact us to be Matched with a Therapist Neighborhood: Rockridge Orientation: Mindfulness-based, Somatic, Collaborative, Grounded in Compassion, Curiosity, and an Honest Exploration of the Present Moment Specialties: Relationship challenges in general, and alternative relationships in particular (open/poly/kink/LGBTQ). Other modalities that inform your work: Hakomi, Mindfulness, Movement & Dance, Emotionally Focused Therapy What is it...[ read more ]

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