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  • Tamara T. Thebert, LMFT
    900 Points

    Tamara T. Thebert, LMFT

    Berkeley Women's Psychotherapy
    1918 Bonita Ave.
    2nd Floor
    Albany, CA 94706
  • Marie Hopper, MFT
    300 Points

    Marie Hopper, MFT

    Marriage and Family Therapist
    1035 San Pablo Avenue
    Suite #5
    Albany, CA 94706
  • Jamal Granick 30 Points

    Jamal Granick

    1676 Solano Avenue
    Albany, CA 94706
  • Deja Vu Clairvoyant

    1145 Solano Ave
    Albany, CA 94706
  • Allan Grill

    Allan Grill

    1035 San Pablo Avenue, Suite 5
    Albany, CA 94706
  • Joanne H

    Joanne H

    1350 Solano Avenue A
    Albany, CA 94706
  • Yvonne Mansell

    Yvonne Mansell

    1035 San Pablo Ave., Suite 5
    Albany, CA 94706
  • Horacio H. Miller

    Horacio H. Miller

    1496 Solano Avenue
    Albany, CA 94706
  • Fran Wickner

    Fran Wickner

    1350-A Solano Avenue, Suite #4
    Albany, CA 94706
  • Susan Ellen Oliver 20 Points

    Susan Ellen Oliver

    1035 San Pablo Avenue, #5
    Berkeley, CA 94706
  • Karen Jean Finch

    Karen Jean Finch

    2638 Warring St, Garden View Suite
    Berkeley, CA 94706

Nearby Cities

Berkeley (1.72 mi)
Emeryville (3.9 mi)
Richmond (4.34 mi)
Piedmont (5.63 mi)
Oakland (5.89 mi)
Orinda (6.47 mi)
Alameda (8.95 mi)
Hercules (9.02 mi)
Lafayette (9.8 mi)
San Francisco (10.19 mi)
Walnut Creek (12.76 mi)
Martinez (12.78 mi)
Corte Madera (12.81 mi)
Larkspur (13.35 mi)
Mill Valley (13.55 mi)

Marriage & Family Therapist Info

Marriage & Family Therapist Summary: A Marriage and Family Therapist is trained in the mental health profession to diagnose and treat mental and emotional issues and concerns within marriages, couples and families.

A Marriage and Family Therapist focuses on getting to the core of problems that arise within groups of people. The therapy itself is relatively short-term, because they concentrate on treating the problem at the source and aiming for quick and effective results. A Marriage and Family Therapist is trained, licensed and certified to deal with a multitude of problems and concerns that cause tension and distress within families and couples.

Education and Training: Those who wish to enter the field of marriage and family therapy must first complete undergraduate training. This can either be in the form of a Masters degree or a Doctoral Degree. A Masters degree typically takes 2 to 3 years to complete and a Doctoral degree is usually 3 to 5 years. Then, 2 years of clinical experience and 3 to 4 years of clinical training must be completed. On average, a marriage and family therapist must undergo at least 12 years of training before he or she can complete the state licensing exam to become certified.

Many people who choose to enter this profession are already established as a psychologist, social worker, nurse, or counselor.


Marriage & Family Therapist FAQs:
What is a

Marriage and Family Therapist

?
A Marriage & Family Therapist is a professional who works with individuals, couples, or families to resolve conflicts and improve their relationships. A Marriage & Family Therapist helps to communicate, settle differences and solve problems within a couple or family unit.

How often do people see a Marriage and Family Therapist?
Many see a Marriage & Family Therapist for a short period of time. Some see a Marriage & Family Therapist for only a few sessions and others go for several months, depending on the relationship.

What are some signs that one should seek the help of a Marriage and Family Therapist?
Those who are dealing with any stressful situation in a relationship should seek a Marriage & Family Therapist. Some common issues a Marriage & Family Therapist can help with are: Anger, Blended Families, Infidelity, Infertility, Finances, Substance Abuse or Unemployment.

What is marriage and family therapy?
Therapists believe that all members of a family or group work together to influence the behavior of each individual. Therefore, in order to treat one, all members must be treated. This will serve to assist everyone involved at the same time, rather than focusing efforts on one person.

What are the benefits of using a Marriage and Family Therapist?
These therapists have been proven to be more effective and successful at treating family problems because this is their area of expertise. The number of sessions required is usually quite low because the therapist tackles the underlying concerns at the core and focuses on immediate solutions rather than long-term care. It has been shown to improve behavior and school performance in children.

How do I find a Marriage & Family Therapist in my city and state?
The Wellness.com directory will help you locate a Marriage & Family Therapist in your state. Select Marriage & Family Therapist from the professionals menu and select the state that you are looking to locate a Marriage & Family Therapist in. After you have located your state, find the city that you will need a Marriage & Family Therapist in. Select the state and city and you will see a list of Marriage & Family Therapists in your city and state.


Marriage & Family Therapist Related Terms: marriage counselor, marriage therapist, therapy, family therapy, relationship, mediation, couples, family