Therapists Who Work With New Parents
Any major life change can present a range of intense emotions, and becoming a parent is most definitely a great example of just such a change. It is often said that becoming a parent changes your life forever, and it is perfectly normal for this to evoke feelings of joy, loss, anger, frustration, and elation…and anything and everything in between! Working with a therapist who understands what new parents are going through, as well as common struggles, resources, and related issues can be very helpful.
In-Home Family Therapy
- Experienced child therapists offering in-home counseling sessions, child behavior plans, behavioral assessments, and professional parenting help.
Relational, soulful therapy for deep healing and empowered living. Come alive, embody your truth, an
- I specialize in integrative, trauma-informed practice with adults. Currently offering telehealth sessions, only.
1627 Oak Avenue, Suite A, Davis, CA, USA
4125 Temescal Street, Fair Oaks, CA, USA
3560 J Street, Suite 6, Sacramento, CA 95816
1508 F Street, Sacramento, CA, USA
509a 4th Street, Davis, CA, USA
755 Sunrise Avenue, Roseville, CA, USA
775 Sunrise Avenue #110, Roseville, CA, USA
2617 K Street, Suite 200, Sacramento, CA, USA
- Providing Individual treatment to adults of all ages
801 Alhambra Boulevard, Sacramento, CA, USA
1412 S Street, Suite 100, Sacramento, CA, USA
Anxiety, depression, Bipolar, ADHD, trauma, LBGTQIA
Roseville, California, USA
- I see a wide variety of people, but my particular areas of interest are 6-12th graders and their parents. I also see adults and have a men's group.
1501 28th Street, Sacramento, CA, USA
418 Alhambra Boulevard, Sacramento, CA, USA
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