Our Therapists

Founded in 1976, we’re a co-op of women psychotherapists, screened for professional excellence. We offer a variety of approaches to psychotherapy but share a common perspective in viewing our clients — you — as people who come to us with a fund of personal strengths and abilities but who seek further growth and healing.

All of us are experienced professionals with many years in private practice. Our group includes clinical psychologists, social workers, master’s level counselors, and marriage and family therapists. All of us offer individual therapy, and some also offer couples and/or family therapy.

Because there are as many as fifty therapists in our group at any one time, we are able to offer a wide variety of therapeutic approaches. You’ll leave our referral coordinator’s office ready to interview three therapists specifically chosen to fit your needs. For more information on some of the major approaches to therapy, go to About Psychotherapy.

Each therapist works autonomously, and has full and separate legal therapeutic responsibility for her clients.

Areas of Expertise

Here are some of the populations our therapists and counselors work with and presenting concerns they can address:

  • Anger and conflict resolution
  • Anxiety
  • Career and life transitions
  • Couples work
  • Creative blocks
  • Depression
  • Eating disorders and body image
  • Family of origin issues
  • Gender expression and identity
  • Grief and loss
  • Health concerns & chronic illness
  • Identity and sense of self
  • Loneliness
  • Obsessive thoughts and/or compulsive behaviors
  • Parenting and family issues
  • Perfectionism
  • Physical, verbal and emotional abuse
  • Relationship concerns
  • Self-esteem
  • Sexual assault and abuse
  • Sexuality
  • Spirituality
  • Stress
  • Support for people in recovery
  • Trauma
  • Work issues
  • Work-life balance

“The referral service saves valuable time because they took my needs & matched them with three qualified therapists with the type of training and experience I was looking for.”