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Dina Redman, MPH, PhD, LCSW

Licensed Psychotherapist

During my 25 years of practice, I have seen every day that people can transform their lives to better reflect their dreams and the goals that they hold most dear to their hearts.


Therapy can help to make life’s challenges the gateway to profound and lasting change.


  • You may be feeling overwhelmed by personal or professional pressures and that it is increasingly difficult to cope.


  • It may be that you are not where you would like to be or you are finding yourself in the same situation over and over again, no matter what you do.


Therapy can free you to make more satisfying choices and help in developing practical tools for change.


  • Maybe you are waking up each morning with a persistent sense of dread or you are unable to get a break from your racing, relentless, or hurtful thoughts.


  • Perhaps you are dealing with a major transition or crisis and are unsure of how to move forward.


Together we can focus on ways to make the present better while developing concrete strategies to lead a more vibrant and meaningful life in the future.


  • You may be coping with recent or past trauma and feeling haunted by unresolved pain, anger, or guilt.


I have consistently been inspired by people’s capacity to heal from even the most profound wounding and to engage in life in more trusting, joyful, and dynamic ways.


  • Perhaps you would like to create more satisfying relationships or to experience greater fulfillment at work.


Together we can help you to develop more effective problem-solving, communication, and conflict resolution techniques.


  • If you are going through a divorce, separation, or the loss of a loved one, therapy can support you in once again finding solid ground.


I offer brief and open-ended therapy to adults of all ages, adolescents, and groups.


I have had the pleasure of serving people with broadly diverse life experiences and backgrounds and am dedicated to using methods that celebrate each person’s multifaceted and unique cultural identities.

Weekend appointments are available and I am committed to making psychotherapy accessible across various financial situations. 


I would be honored to work together and I invite you to contact me at (415) 516-2063 or for a free initial consultation or to set up an appointment.

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