Vilma is committed to helping adults, couples, and families learn how to build more meaningful connections and acquire skills to help them restore balance in their relationships.
She believes that connecting with her clients and understanding their experiences is key to successful therapy. Vilma’s work focuses on creating a holistic path of empathy, curiosity, and openness that allows clients to engage in the therapy process at their own pace.
Vilma uses Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Family Systems (Structural, Solution-Focused), Attachment Theory, and Harm Reduction Therapy. She also likes to incorporate meditation, journaling, and mindfulness practices in her work.
Vilma habla español.
Office hours: Tuesday through Thursday.
Vilma is committed to helping adults, couples, and families learn how to build more meaningful co...
Claire Brown, LCSW
Claire’s work begins with creating a safe space for clients to feel heard, understood, and accepted. A strong believer in the power of collaboration, Claire approaches therapy as a team endeavor, partnering with clients to better explore therapeutic goals and strategies.
Claire’s experience working with children, teens, and families in school settings, along with her training in social work, contribute to her holistic approach and consideration of the client’s environment. She offers a warm, empathetic, and gentle approach while supporting clients to develop skills and tools for managing challenging or uncomfortable emotions.
Claire’s therapeutic approach includes methods from TEAM-based Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Motivational Interviewing, and Narrative Therapy.
Office Hours: Wednesday & Friday
Phone: 510-748-0637 ext.6
License: Licensed Clinical Social Worker #111437
Claire Brown, LCSW
Claire’s work begins with creating a safe space for clients to feel heard, un...
Allen Choi, LCSW offers clients evidence-based approaches from Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Acceptance & Commitment Therapy (ACT), Motivational Interviewing (MI), Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR), Co-Active Coaching, and other robust-sounding acronyms. What really matters is that you discover the techniques and perspectives that resonate with you.
Being a grown adult but a kid at heart, Allen brings an irreverent, refreshing presence with pre-teens, teens, families, and even individual adults. Life experiences he integrates with his client work include growing up with LGBTQ+ and immigrant PoC identities, navigating multiple career changes, and attempting to be a good parent (while maintaining relative sanity).
Allen Choi, LCSW offers clients evidence-based approaches from Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)...
Elizabeth has over 25 years’ experience in the mental health field, and has owned private practices in Kentfield, Albany, and Alameda. She started the East Bay Center for Anxiety to help more people to find contentment and have a better life.
Her expertise is helping individuals, couples, and families calm down, talk more, and feel more connected.
Elizabeth is a certified Level 4 T.E.A.M. Cognitive Behavioral Therapist.
Office Hours: Tuesday – Saturday in Alameda
Elizabeth has over 25 years’ experience in the mental health field, and has owned private practic...
Karl provides IT support for all therapists at East Bay Center for Anxiety. He can be reached at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Karl provides IT support for all therapists at East Bay Center for Anxiety. He can be reached at:...
Amisha enjoys working with individuals, couples and families, and uses a humanistic approach and systemic lens to guide her work with clients. While working with couples, she employs Sue Johnson’s Emotionally Focused Therapy (EFT) to de-escalate conflicts, create safety in the relationship and help them form a new way of connecting. In addition, Amisha integrates TEAM-based Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) to help clients work through held beliefs that may be causing their suffering.
We begin to experience problems in our lives when we feel “stuck.” Through attunement, reflective listening, validating, and building a strong therapeutic alliance, Amisha helps clients work through this “stuck” place and find solutions.
License# MFT 133553
Office hours: Mondays, Wednesday, and Saturdays.
Amisha enjoys working with individuals, couples and families, and uses a humanistic approach and ...
Corina is passionate about creating holistic-based healing for her clients, incorporating mind, body, and spirit in a collaborative setting using results-focused TEAM-based Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT). She works with teens, adults, couples, and families, particularly those within the LGBTQIA+ population.
She also likes to incorporate somatics, meditation, journaling, humor, and mindfulness practices in her therapy practice. Corina is a proud eating-disorder survivor, musician, feminist, yogi, writer, and oldest child in an artsy, blended multi-cultural Bay Area family.
Corina is passionate about creating holistic-based healing for her clients, incorporating mind, b...