Therapist Profile

Name:
Gloria A. Saltzman, M.A.
Professional Title:
Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist
Email:
Email
Location:
2485 Clay Street San Francisco, CA 94115 USA
Phone:
(415) 821-3556
License Number
LMFT22460
Practicing Since:
1984
Additional Licenses:
MFT

Personal Statement

Personal Statement:
Various psychological theories exist that may be used to heal a human being who suffers. The heading that holds all of these theories is the relationship. When a compassionate relationship between a client and a therapist is formed, and when there is an experience of comfort, understanding and care, struggles with the self and with others can lessen and life can become less anxiety filled; relationships with others can evolve and become less worrisome.

In my work as a therapist, I spend time getting to know the person I sit in the session with and I try to understand their struggles. In an interactive and direct manner we unfold unhealthy patterns and together create new pathways that hopefully lead to an increase in well being.

About My Practice

Office Hours
Call for availability
Services
Psychotherapy
Insurance
Call Office for Insurance Accepted
Credit Cards Accepted
None
Free Initial Consult
No
Offers Teletherapy
None

Education

Degrees
BA in Women's Studies & English Literature from Suny Binghamton
MA in Psychology from New College of CA
MFA in Creative Writing from USF

Area of Specialty

Specialites:
Anxiety
Attachment Therapy
Communication Skills
Couples
Creativity
Eating Disorders
Individual
Life Transitions/Mid-Life Issues
Pre-Marriage Counseling
Self Esteem/Personal Growth
Supervision
Trauma

Other

Theoretical Orientation
Attachment
Control Mastery
Psychodynamic
Certifications
Eating Disorders HIV
Languages Spoken
English
Ethnicity

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