Therapist Profile

Name:
Mary Bradford, PhD
Professional Title:
Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist
Email:
Email
Location:
925 The Alameda Berkeley, CA 94707-2310
Phone:
(510) 843-5508
License Number
LMFT21218
Practicing Since:
1983
Additional Licenses:
MFT
Psychologist: PSY17096

Personal Statement

Personal Statement:
I am a licensed psychologist and have been in private practice in Berkeley for over 27 years. I am a faculty member of the Women’s Therapy Center, El Cerrito, and former faculty member of the Pacific Center, Berkeley, and JFK University, Orinda. I teach in various Bay Area graduate programs, including JFK University, Saybrook Graduate School, and Dominican University. I work relationally and have special interests in relational and feminist theories, relationships and attachment issues, issues of sexual and gender identity, bisexuality, eating disorders, body image and size issues, sand tray work, couple therapy, and relational supervision and consultation.

About My Practice

Office Hours
Weekdays - 9:00 am to 7:00 pm
Services
Depth Psychotherapy with Individuals Couple Therapy Supervision Consultation
Insurance
No Insurance Accepted
Credit Cards Accepted
None
Free Initial Consult
No
Offers Teletherapy
None

Education

Degrees
Ph.D., Clinical Psychology, The Fielding Institute, 1997 M.A., Clinical Psychology, John F. Kennedy University, 1983

Area of Specialty

Specialites:
Anxiety
Attachment Therapy
CAMFT Certified Supervisor
Depression/Clinical Depression
Eating Disorders
Gay/Lesbian/Bi/Questioning
Transgender and Gender Non-Conforming
Relationships
Self Esteem/Personal Growth
Sand Tray Therapy
Supervision
Women's Issues

Other

Theoretical Orientation
Attachment
Developmental/Depth
Jungian
Psychodynamic
Certifications
CAMFT Certified Supervisor
Languages Spoken
English
Ethnicity
Caucasian (Non-Hispanic)

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