Private psychotherapy practice opening in Oakland! May 30, 2013Posted by ebmc in Community SKILL SHARE, Counseling.
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I am excited to announce that I am opening a private psychotherapy practice in Oakland! I have worked long and hard to make this happen, and am thrilled to be moving into this next phase of my career. I am writing to briefly introduce my practice in case you know or meet someone that may find my services useful.
I work with adolescents and adults with variety of issues, but have a few specialties. They are:
~Working with LGBTQ youth around issues of identity, isolation, parental and peer relationships
~Working from a depth perspective to help people live a more soulful life
~Helping women explore and shift unhealthy relationship patterns with men
~Working with gay men to develop an identity, lifestyle, and relationship that are true to their deepest selves
~Working with people living with HIV/AIDS and other chronic illnesses to help cope with/overcome emotional obstacles to leading a full life.
I currently have a few openings and am accepting new referrals. Please do not hesitate to contact me if you have any questions. Below is my contact information and website:
Jesse Whittle-Utter, M.A.
Marriage & Family Therapist Registered Intern
Supervised by Sheila Longerbeam, MFC # 27856
Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Jesse-Whittle-Utter-Psychotherapy/317380208365491?fref=ts
3852 Piedmont Ave.
Oakland, CA 94611
I hope you are well!
Private practice in Somatic Experiencing November 14, 2012Posted by ebmc in Classes, Coaching, Counseling.
Hello Sangha Members:
I want to let you know about my N. Berkeley private practice in Somatic Experiencing®.
I am happy to offer a first session at no charge.
For those of you who don’t know, Somatic Experiencing® (SE) is a process designed to work with accumulated stress or trauma which may leave our physiology in a habitual or easily triggered state of fight, flight or freeze. We may experience this as constriction in our body, emotional reactivity, intrusive thinking, restlessness, irritation, and more.
For meditation practitioners and others, SE can help with:
•Settling and calming the nervous system
•Letting go of discursive thinking and getting in touch with bodily experience
•Allowing unprocessed material to arise to consciousness, move through in small manageable pieces, and be integrated
Skills learned in sessions can be easily integrated into everyday life and practice. I am passionate about this work. I hope you will come and try it!
Buddhist of Color Therapist Group August 16, 2011Posted by ebmc in Community CONNECTIONS, Counseling, General Resources, Sitting groups & Support groups.
Hello, I am a chicana psychotherapist (15yrs) with a yoga and mindfulness practice (25yrs). I would like to form a consultation group with other buddhists of color who are also therapists for support and ongoing growth.
Please email Susana @ firstname.lastname@example.org
Who is PEERS?
A consumer-run, non-profit organization that provides mental health education, outreach, and advocacy throughout Alameda County