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Feminist Therapy Connection psychotherapists are California-licensed professionals in private practice. We are seasoned psychotherapists well-trained in many therapy modalities, and work effectively with a range of personal, relationship, work, and psychological problems.
We know that finding a comfortable therapeutic match is an important first step in your journey. Let us help you find a safe, respectful therapeutic environment, where your initial questions and deeper concerns can be heard, understood and healed.
Feminist Therapy Connection therapists charge $180 for each hour session. Appointment scheduling, cancellation policy, questions about fees and obtaining reimbursement from your mental health insurance plan, are best discussed with your therapist during your initial contact or first session. Decisions about the frequency of sessions and duration of therapy are determined together with your therapist according to the therapeutic approaches that best help you achieve your desired results.
As an important service to our community, Feminist Therapy Connection psychotherapists offer therapy and counseling consultation to assist with these questions, respecting each person’s unique needs. In the event that one of us is unable to meet your particular therapy needs and goals, we are committed to exploring options and helping you find a good therapeutic match.
Psychotherapy is a journey of discovery, self-love, and healing.
Each person is deeply affected by prevailing societal attitudes, social roles, and standards about power, privilege, entitlement, and responsibility. These include how a person grows up female, male, non-binary, gender non-conforming, as well as how this affects one’s sexual orientation, ethnicity, cultural heritage, race, religion, class, physical ability, size, age, and status.
As feminist therapists, we believe in the equal value and worth of all people. Underlying social influences profoundly shape who we are, how we feel about ourselves and our bodies, our relationships, our opportunities and choices. Noticing how these clearly evident and more subtle influences contribute to symptoms of depression, anxiety, feeling stuck and unhappy, and including this awareness in our therapeutic conversation can open doors to new understandings and more meaningful solutions.