Myra Bernecker, Ph.D.
Licensed Clinical Psychologist
2354 Post Street, San Francisco, CA 94115
I am a licensed clinical psychologist who specializes in treating children and adults struggling with anxiety, depression, worrying about relationships, feeling overwhelmed with school, family, or job demands, dealing with frustrating situations and coping with changes in life. I use a non judgmental approach, empower kids and adults to reclaim their strengths, and help them build healthy emotional lives. See my interview published in the Pacific Sun to get a glimpse of how I think and what it might be like to work with me: http://www.pacificsun.com/talking-pictures-change-is-good/
Maureen Fiorelli, LMFT
Marriage and Family Therapist
582 Market Street, Suite 312, San Francisco, CA 94104
I am a licensed MFT offering psychotherapy to my clients and my employee who works for me is a licensed Psychologist. She is a PsyD which means a psychologist who is specifically trained to do clinical work with her clients. She specializes in the same issues as me: Eating disorders, Body Image issues, Mood Disorders and much more.
Sylvia Khromina, Psy.D.
Psychotherapist and Relationship Counselor
350 Parnassus Avenue, Suite 601, San Francisco, CA 94117
Working with me allows for a unique opportunity to receive psychotherapy from a highly skilled doctorate-level psychologist at a reduced rate. I am a Doctor of Clinical Psychology and currently serve as a registered psychological assistant (PSB94021410) to Dr. Tom Cicciarelli, Psy,D., (PSY17298) and see clients within his private practice as I complete my post-doctoral hours towards licensure in the state of California. I receive ongoing supervision from Dr. Cicciarelli, Psy.D. on a weekly basis and I also seek out professional consultation and training opportunities to ensure that I am providing the most effective and ethically sound services to my clients. I have been providing individual, couples, family, and group psychotherapy since 2011.
Robert Nemerovski, Psy.D.
3628 Sacramento Street, San Francisco, CA 94118
Psychology is the study of the mind, human experience and behavior. Psychologists spend an average of 7.2 years, in addition to their undergraduate college degree, in education and training. Psychologists are trained to help people cope more effectively with life problems, using techniques based on best available research and their clinical skills and experience, and taking into account the person's unique values, goals and circumstances. Psychologists conduct research, perform psychological testing, and evaluate and treat a full range of emotional and psychological challenges. They diagnose mental disorders and coordinate the care of their patients in both outpatient and hospital settings.
Josie Valderrama, Psy.D
842 California Street, San Francisco, CA 94108
I am a compassionate, positive psychologist with clinical experience working with people of color, women, and LGBTQA clients. I base my therapeutic approach primarily on Acceptance & Commitment Therapy, a mindfulness-based cognitive behavioral approach. I have further training in Ericksonian hypnotherapy , neuro linguistic programming (NLP), and Non-Violent Communication (NVC). In addition to psychotherapy and diagnostic services, I have expertise in intellectual and neuropsychological assessment. A clinical and research focus has been the study of technology addiction (e.g. Internet addiction) and its growing impact on human behavior. Common issues I treat include anxiety, alienation, compulsive behaviors, emotional instability, and negative thinking.