Lodi, California Therapists

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Stockton, California

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My name is Iyabo Adediran and I am a Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor (LPCC) in the state of California. I have worked in various capacities in the mental health field for over 16 years and have spent the last 8 years of my career providing...
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I am a licensed Clinical Social Worker in California. I have over 20 years of experience working within Child Welfare, Adoptions, and Mental Health.
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Brentwood, California

Kristin M. Palmer is a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist specializing in Emotionally Focused Therapy for individuals, couples and familys.  As a graduate of Phillips Graduate Institute, and with over 15 years experience, she...
Eve Austin
MA, LMFT
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Folsom, California

Eve Austin is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist (LMFT #108022). Before beginning her journey as a counselor, she enjoyed 20 years living overseas with her family. During that time, she was a mom, missionary, educator and entrepreneur.  She...
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Davis, California

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I have had a State Licensed Private Practice for 27 years. Many of my concentrations are listed above. In addition I work a lot with Anger Mgt. , family reunification, communication, executive functioning , corperate coaching for executives and...
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Therapy is an unfolding of where you are in your life, how you see or understand yourself and what your needs are. The outcome pf therapy is usually greater self-knowledge, a re-integration of de-pressed thoughts, emotions, and beliefs and a new...
Kathleen Stutz
MA, LMFT
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Fairfield, California

I work with a wide range of emotional and behavioral issues providing services that span from therapy for depression, anxiety, and grief counseling to parenting support, couples counseling and beyond. I provide services to individuals, families,...
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Roseville, California

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Terryann’s interest in eating disorders began early in graduate school and continued after interning at a private practice specializing in psychological assessments for bariatric surgery. In 2006 she completed the JFKU Eating Disorder Certificate...
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California, Texas

Hello! My name is Sonia Trefflich. I’m a Bilingual Spanish speaking, Licensed Clinical Social Worker. My passion is working with others, especially those who feel damaged and stuck with their pain from past experiences. Furthermore, I have worked...
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San Ramon, California

Mary Ruth Cross is a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist with over 25 years experience in the mental health field. She is an National Board Certified Counselor and a Registered Play Therapist-Supervisor. Mary Ruth is the CEO/Owner of Treehouse...
Patty Shirley
LMFT, LPCC 15, MA
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Danville, California

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California

Patty Shirley - East Bay Christian Counseling Feeling worried, anxious, sad, angry or frustrated? Having relationship and communication issues? I am a LMFT and a Registered Addiction Specialist. Areas of treatment include substance / alcohol /pill...
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Walnut Creek, California

I encourage growth in my clients by helping to increase their awareness of how behaviors and thought patterns affect their identity, relationships, and overall sense of well being. I view the therapeutic process as one of compassionate collaboration...
Dooba Eibensteiner
Pastoral Counselor
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Woodland, California

Personal, practical, Biblical counsel for Christians and non-Christians. I provide a safe, therapeutic environment where you can come as you are. My deepest desire, as a pastor, is to see people walking in step with God's desire for their life. I...
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Pleasanton, California

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California

I am a licensed psychotherapist that works with clients on various life situations and struggles. I work with individuals, couples and families. I have an eclectic practice because every client is unique and needs their treatment plan tailored to...
Leslie Baker
LMFT, MA
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Pleasanton, California

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Licensed since 1991, Leslie as a family counselor has over twenty years of experience in the field of psychotherapy. She graduated Magna cum Laude with a Bachelor of Science degree in Child Development/Family Studies from Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo....
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Pleasanton, California

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Megan received her a Master of Science degree in Marriage and Family Counseling from Sacramento State University, Ca. and is a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist. She brings ten years of experience working with individuals and families of...
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Pleasanton, California

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Kelly received a Masters of Arts degree in Counseling Psychology from Santa Clara University and is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist. She has worked with diverse populations throughout the bay area including children, adolescents,...
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Hayward, California

As I reflect on my professional experience for the past twenty two years working in the clinical field, several insights emerge for me. After many clinical hours with clients, I have acquired a plethora of experience with varied populations. For...
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I am a licensed psychotherapist and certified hypnotherapist with 20+ years of experience in the mental health field. I work with women who experience anxiety, depression, post-traumatic stress, grief and loss, relationship challenges, and a host of...
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Berkeley, California

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I realized early on that the world isn’t “made” for any one of us. We each have to create our own way of thinking and getting things done. And it is with pride and joy that I have helped countless clients do just that for well over two...
Jacob Donnelly
LCSW, MSW
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Berkeley, California

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California

Whether you want to get support around new changes in your life that are causing you pain and worry, or work through problems that have been with you for years, my goal is to help you feel relief, feel empowered, and adjust to the things that are...
Annia Raysberg
BA Psych, MA Psych, LMFT
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Oakland, California

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California

I am a licensed Psychotherapist (MFC 52922) in the state of California.  I work with individuals who are 18 and over in a private practice setting.  I provide therapy over video for those who are unable to meet me at my office, on a case-by-case...
Dorothy Kaufmann
LMFT, Ph.D
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Oakland, California

I am an older therapist engaged in my second career. In my previous life in higher education (PhD, Columbia University), I taught and wrote in the humanities, which I see as informing my present vocation. I grew up in Queens, New York in a family of...
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Oakland, California

Hello! I am a queer artist, activist and therapist. I believe deeply in healing, and my practice as a therapist is one way I use my own healing journey to inform and create space for others to explore theirs. Therapy with me will focus on continuing...

An Overview of Mental Health in Lodi, California

The town of Lodi, California, is known for its wine production, specifically the prestigious zinfandel variety produced by its local vineyards. But despite its prestige, Lodi is rife with mental health disorders that plague its residents.

The most common mental illnesses are depression, anxiety, and substance use disorders. Local factors such as income inequality, financial strain, and housing insecurity can contribute to these, as well as universal factors such as relationship struggles and genetic predisposition. Many sufferers may not want to admit they need help because of the stigmatization of mental illness in many communities, while others may not be aware that what they’re experiencing is abnormal. If you believe a loved one may be struggling with a mental illness, there are many ways you can help.

Recognizing the Signs of Depression

Depression is one of the most common mental illnesses, and can often be difficult to identify. Sufferers of depression are some of the best at hiding their illness, because in many cases they believe they are not worthy of help, feel like a burden, or don’t want to make others worry about them. If you believe this may be the case with your loved one, make sure to let them know how much they mean to you, and ensure them that you want to help them get better.

Some signs to watch for that might indicate depression include

  • Being tired all the time
  • Moving abnormally slowly
  • Crying spells, seemingly for no reason
  • Loss of interest in hobbies or activities
  • Social isolation
  • Irritability or mood swings
  • Significant changes in appetite

Recognizing the Signs of Anxiety

Anxiety is often difficult to recognize, because many people find it hard to separate anxiety disorder symptoms from natural stress. Though a certain amount of anxiety is normal, especially associated with high-stress situations, constant worrying or agitation are not normal, and may indicate a mental health disorder. For people with anxiety, one of the most important things you can do to help is to reassure them that you understand when they are unable to complete tasks, engage in social activities, or cope with stress.

Some things to watch out for that might indicate anxiety include

  • Inability to start or finish projects
  • Perfectionism
  • Restlessness or fatigue
  • Quick temper
  • Poor concentration
  • Sleep disturbances such as insomnia
  • Social isolation
  • Panic attacks
  • Fidgeting

Recognizing the Signs of Addiction

Addiction sufferers can be some of the most difficult to help, because often, they don’t want it. Substance abusers may not consider themselves suffering, because the substances make them feel good, so they don’t believe they need help to quit. Confronting a loved one with an addiction can be a painful process, but it’s an important one. Consider finding others to help you with the initial confrontation, and highlight ways that the loved one has changed since they began using. You may also want to contact a mental health professional in advance of the initial confrontation, as they will be better equipped to help, and can offer suggestions for how to help in your specific situation.

Some signs that might indicate substance abuse include

  • Sudden changes in physical health or appearance
  • Poor work performance
  • Tremors
  • Abnormal sleep patterns
  • Sudden change of social group, especially if the new friends are also known users
  • Bloodshot eyes
  • Abnormally high spending, especially if it’s not obvious where the money is going
  • Loss of interest in hobbies

Though helping a loved one confront their addiction is important, keep in mind that if the confrontation isn’t handled right, it can damage your relationship with them. It’s crucial to consult a professional about your specific situation first. They’ll be able to give you the best advice in order to have the best chance at preserving the relationship without allowing the dangerous behavior to continue.

What You Can Do to Help

The first step in treating any mental illness is to contact a qualified therapist. If you believe a loved one may be struggling, consider referring them to a therapist in your area. It may also be wise to see a therapist, yourself, as assisting someone else with their mental health can take a toll on your own. Your therapist may also be able to advise you on how to move forward with your loved one.

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