Tanya Takacs, LMFT
Tanya presently does not accept insurance, but can provide you with a superbill for reimbursement. She also has a limited number of sliding scale appointments available.
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Therapy is both a process of self-discovery and growth. In the company of a non-judgmental, compassionate other with skills and the sincere desire to understand, you have the opportunity to become more aware and accepting of yourself. As you collaborate with an engaged therapist, you also receive the support to move in the directions you define and to grieve what is lost.
In our work together, you will experience in me receptivity, flexibility, and strength. I will empathize with you in personal pain and celebrate the positive developments in your life. I will invite you to pause and consider looking at something in a new way; to grow curious and skillfully question habitual patterns of thought or behavior. In the holding container of the therapeutic relationship, I invite you to take up the opportunity to grow.
My clinical experience includes:
In addition to my clinical experience and graduate training at the California Institute of Integral Studies (C.I.I.S.), over a decade of consistent meditation practice as well as training in Nonviolent Communication inform my capacity to offer clients empathic presence, ways of relating to difficult thoughts and feelings, and tools that can improve one’s relationship with one’s self and others.
I welcome individuals, couples and families from all backgrounds.
If you have questions, or are interested in setting up a complimentary 15-minute consultation, please call my confidential voicemail at 415-569-3723 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Tanya Takacs is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist (98530).
In addition to her private psychotherapy practice, Tanya has provided grief counseling for individuals and groups for a hospice; facilitated mindfulness-based groups for depression, anxiety, and recovery from substance abuse in both organizations and residences; offered play therapy and expressive arts groups for children and youth in the schools; as well as ran psycho-educational and recreational groups for teens in an inpatient psychiatric facility.