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Leticia Vaca

Leticia Vaca, MSW, LCSW is the CEO of Urban Health Group LLC and Bay Area Native. It turns out that, like a growing number of families across the United States, she has personal experience with family confronting the challenges of mental illness, substance abuse and physical aliments. Leticia has 15 years experience in field of…

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Ayala Kalisher

My approach is somatic, holistic and experiential. This means our work together is not just sitting and talking about what has been or how you want things to be. Working holistically means I recognize the connection between mind, body, spirit and environment. Working in any one of these realms means we’re working with all of…

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(707) 536-1043

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Colette Ellis

Hi, I’m Coach Colette! As a Black woman, I know first-hand the challenges of dealing with the impacts of microaggressions, racism, and other forms of discrimination. I also am keenly aware of the under-representation in many industries, which leads to the “only” syndrome. I’ve been working in the personal development and wellness industry for 15…

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Eileen Drapiza-Dornan

I am Asian American — a child of Filipino immigrants, and I am especially interested in supporting the mental health needs of Asian Americans and other people of color. Prior to becoming a psychotherapist, I worked in publishing, as an editor on several technology magazines in San Francisco and London, and later I trained journalists…

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(510) 859-4362

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Kat Zwick

Ride the wave… Ride the wave is an expression that reminds us that sorrow, pain, happiness, triggers, relapses, slips, high highs, low lows, and everything in-between need not be waves that consume us, overtake us, define us, or drown us; rather we can gently and skillfully navigate these waves, from the surface, as if on…

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(831) 275-5481

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Megan Chavez

I take a collaborative, compassionate, and strengths-based approach to psychotherapy in order to help my clients achieve happiness, self-compassion, and balance in their life. I strive to create a safe and supportive space for my clients to help them work through painful experiences. I believe that all individuals have an innate ability to heal, and…

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(650) 667-0117

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