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.
- Associate MFT at a non-profit counseling center.
530 Plaza Drive, suite 130, Folsom, CA, USA
8841 Williamson Drive, Suite 40, Elk Grove, CA, USA
1192 Suncast Lane, El Dorado Hills, CA, USA
2710 X Street, suite 2B, Sacramento, CA, USA
3750 Auburn Blvd, Sacramento, CA, USA
- Specializing in evidence-based therapy and psychological assessment for children, adolescents, and young adults.
3545 El Camino Avenue #601871, Sacramento, CA, USA
2235 Douglas Boulevard, Suite 500, Roseville, CA, USA
1329 Howe Avenue, suite 201, Sacramento, CA, USA
An open minded therapist
- Community Agency non-profit with Sliding Scale available offering counseling services
5701 Lonetree Boulevard, Ste. 210 Rocklin, CA, USA
850 Iron Point Road, Folsom, CA, USA
- The modalities I bring to clients are: Imago Relationship Therapy, EMDR and Mindfulness.
1680 Stone Canyon Drive, Roseville, CA, 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
1614 X Street, Sacramento, CA, USA
708 Alhambra Boulevard, Sacramento, CA, USA
650 Howe Avenue, Sacramento, CA, USA
1412 S Street, Suite 100, Sacramento, CA, USA
3101 I Street, Sacramento, CA, USA
720 Sunrise Avenue Suite D212, Roseville, CA, USA
1317 H Street, Sacramento, CA, USA
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