Therapist Profile

Rainbow Schwartz, M.A.
Professional Title:
Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist
902 Carmel Ave. Suite 1 Albany, CA 94706-2106
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Personal Statement

Personal Statement:
I work with a variety of people who are either struggling with something in their life and need some support, or people who simply want to create a more rich and fulfilling understanding of themselves and the people with whom they are connected. I work with both couples and individuals. I am comfortable working with anxiety, depression, body image issues, recent and childhood trauma, the kink and poly community, folks who inhabit all areas of the gender spectrum, as well as people who want support around life changes and gender and sexuality. I am also comfortable working with people of varying cultural and ethnic backgrounds and folks of varying incomes and class backgrounds, as well as people of size and differently abled clients. I use the Health at Every Size (HAES) model in my work with all clients. I am also a harm reduction therapist. I offer a limited sliding scale when needed. I also work with activists and artists who are looking for a space to feel supported and replenished. I work relationally which means that I believe that much of the healing happens in the relationship that is built between client and therapist. Many of us bring our ideas and expectations about life to most, or all, of our interpersonal connections, so by working relationally the therapeutic space can be used as a practice space to navigate the challenges that come up for people in their relationships with others. I am curious and compassionate and believe that therapy enables people to have more choice in their lives.

About My Practice

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Credit Cards Accepted
Free Initial Consult
Offers Teletherapy



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Theoretical Orientation
Object Relations
Languages Spoken
Caucasian (Non-Hispanic)

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