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Amelia Pryor, PhD
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2919 Sacramento Street San Francisco, CA 94115
(415) 431-2900
14 Commercial Blvd. Suite 101 Novato, CA 94949
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Personal Statement

Personal Statement:
I enjoy working with people who want to change patterns of thinking and behavior to create a more enjoyable experience of life. I offer various therapeutic methods for improving personal and professional relationships, increasing self-esteem, overcoming pain from the past, clarifying life focus, unblocking creativity, overcoming addictions, and in navigating many kinds of life transitions and challenges. I will work with you to set goals for your therapy.

Having worked in the business world before becoming a psychotherapist. I am interested in facilitating balance between career and other aspects of life. Experience in working with shyness, worry, women in recovery, transitioning to parenthood, and health and aging issues.

I teach stress reduction and stress-management to parents, youth, business professionals, psychotherapists, and at homeless shelters, senior centers, recovery programs, and abused women’s shelters. Individual or group sessions.

Short or long-term work. Educated in Western and Eastern approaches to psychology.

About My Practice

Office Hours
Day and Evening, by Appointment
Psychotherapy Stress Management
Credit Cards Accepted
Free Initial Consult
Offers Teletherapy


Ph.D., East-West Psychology, CIIS, 2002 M.A., Clinical Psychology, John F. Kennedy University, 1992 B.A., Business, San Francisco State University, 1987

Area of Specialty

Assertiveness Training
Career Stress and Changes
Life Transitions/Mid-Life Issues
Religious/Spiritual Orientation
Self Esteem/Personal Growth
Women's Issues
Working With Therapists


Theoretical Orientation
Languages Spoken


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