Therapist Profile

Name:
Ms. Sheila Hogan Longerbeam, M.A.
Professional Title:
Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist
Email:
Location:
3852 Piedmont Ave. Oakland, CA 94611
Phone:
(510)595-4664
Website:
License Number
LMFT27856
Practicing Since:
1991
Additional Licenses:
MT

Personal Statement

Personal Statement:
I am an actively engaged and thoughtful therapist. My goal is to create a compassionate, therapeutic space in which issues can be explored freely. I listen to you on a deep level and assist in breathing life into stuck place. I have studied and trained in the areas of psychoanalytic psychotherapy, transpersonal therapy, and brief, solution-focused therapy. I draw upon all of these in my psychotherapy practice. I have worked successfully with individuals and couples of all sexual orientations in various life circumstances. In addition to depression, anxiety, childhood abuse and relationship issues, special interests include fertility issues, post-partum depression, adjusting to life with children and parenting.

About My Practice

Office Hours
Tuesday Thursday Friday Saturday Morning
Services
Individual Couples
Insurance
Call Office for Insurance Accepted
Credit Cards Accepted
None
Free Initial Consult
No
Offers Teletherapy
None

Education

Degrees
Masters in Counseling Psychology, 1988, John F. Kennedy University

Area of Specialty

Specialites:
Anxiety
Couples
Creativity
Gay/Lesbian/Bi/Questioning
Issues of Abuse (Abused)
Issues of Abuse (Trauma)
Individual
Life Transitions/Mid-Life Issues
Parenting
Pre-Marriage Counseling
Post Traumatic Stress Disorders
Religious/Spiritual Orientation
Self Esteem/Personal Growth
Stress

Other

Theoretical Orientation
Developmental/Depth
Psychodynamic
Transpersonal Psychology
Certifications
Languages Spoken
English
Ethnicity
Caucasian (Non-Hispanic)

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