Therapist Profile

Name:
Gail Grynbaum, PhD
Professional Title:
Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist
Email:
Email
Location:
3241 Sacramento Street San Francisco, CA 94115-2047
Phone:
(415) 441-3096
Website:
License Number
LMFT25529
Practicing Since:
1984
Additional Licenses:
RN 283413 MFT25529

Personal Statement

Personal Statement:

About My Practice

Office Hours
Please see my website: gailgrynbaum.com
Services
Individual Psychotherapy Jungian Analysis
Insurance
Out-of-Network coverage
Credit Cards Accepted
MasterCard, Visa
Free Initial Consult
No
Offers Teletherapy
Phone

Education

Degrees
RN University of California, San Francisco. 1977 MPH- Master's in Public Health, University of California, Berkeley .1979. PhD.-California Institute of Integral Studies, 1991

Area of Specialty

Specialites:
Addictions
ADHD-Attn Deficit Hyperactive Disorder
Alzheimer's Families
Anxiety
Attachment Therapy
Childhood Trauma
CoDependant/Adult Children of Alcoholics
Communication Skills
Creativity
Depression/Clinical Depression
Eating Disorders
Elder/Geriatrics/Gerontology
Employment Issues
Expressive Art Therapies
Gay/Lesbian/Bi/Questioning
Issues of Abuse (Trauma)
Infertility/Adoption/Pregnancy
Individual
Life Transitions/Mid-Life Issues
Persons With Disabilities
Physically Challenged
Psychoanalysis
Post Traumatic Stress Disorders
Relationships
Self Esteem/Personal Growth
Stress
Sand Tray Therapy
Telephone/Online Therapy
Trauma
Women's Issues
Working With Therapists

Other

Theoretical Orientation
Attachment
Communications
Jungian
Object Relations
Psychoanalytic
Psychodynamic
Somatic
Certifications
Certified Jungian Analyst, San Francisco San Francisco Jung Institute. Marion Woodman Leadership Training. Robert Bosnak, Embodied Dreamwork Training
Languages Spoken
Ethnicity
Jewish

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