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Jewel Love, MFT
444 34th Street
#5
Oakland, CA, 94609
P: 510-320-3150
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With the concerning rate of depression among Black executive men, you may also be feeling lonely, overwhelmed, or even broken. However, there is hope.
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Dr. Zonya Johnson Ph.D.
5835 College Avenue, Suite B3
Oakland, CA, 94618
P: (925) 254-2027
O: (925) 254-2027
It can be difficult to know how to choose a therapist who is right for you. You should feel free to ask about the therapist’s academic and clinical training, degrees earned, style of therapy, licensure status, special interests, and years in the field. You should feel comfortable talking with this person. You want to feel that you “click” with the therapist. While my practice is a general one, I have a particular interest in culture, race, and ethnicity and in issues related to health. As such, I often see bi-cultural individuals, couples who have conflict in part due to cultural difference, and people attempting to adapt to a culture not their own. You may also want to know whether a potential therapist has experience with issues of particular concern to you. For example, you may ask if the therapist has worked with gay couples, with African American individuals, with biracial adolescents, with sexual dysfunction, with particular parenting issues, or with immigrants from a particular area. Call me Today! (925) 254-2027
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Lana Theimer, MFT
5625 College avenuer, Suite 212
Oakland, CA, 94618
P: 510-845-0548
  What if we begin with the assumption that you were born to be happy, loved, prosperous and at peace? Sounds good... but then why do I hurt? Why do I struggle? Why are the inevitable changes so hard to accept? Therapy can often serve to identify the barriers to happiness and emotional well-being. Simply...
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Naomi Azriel, LMFT
4283 Piedmont Ave.
Oakland, CA, 94611
P: 510-878-3509
If you, like many others, feel that you have been coming out over and over and over again, know you are not alone. Coming out is a lifelong process, contrary to what many of us believe. You may find yourself coming out to and educating employers, friends, family and even intimate partners. At best, these can...
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Gwen Sanders
3873 Piedmont Avenue
Suite 3
Oakland, CA, 94611
P: 510-869-3901
O: 510-869-3901
As a Ph.D. I provide marriage and family counseling and art therapy with individuals, couples, families, groups and workshops. I am an art therapist (ATR-BC) who is an educator for graduate students. I provide therapy for depression, anxiety and issues related to loss and/or changes due to developmental, historical and traumatic life experiences.