San Francisco Psychologist (with Offices in Marin County as well) Offering Individual Psychotherapy or Counseling, or Couples Therapy for Adults & Adolescents, for Depression, Anxiety, Anger & Conflict, Panic Attacks, Addictions, Relationship Problems & Marriage Counseling, Shyness & Social Phobia, School or Job & Work Stress, Post-Traumatic Stress, Grief, Life Crises, Transitions & Personal Growth
Psychotherapy Office Hours: Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday - days/eves.
Phone for appointment: 415-362-8262
The menu items below offer specialized information about my practice, as well as general information about the subjects indicated (for instance, depression, anxiety, shyness, couples counseling, individual psychotherapy, mental health links, etc.).
[Résumé] [Frequently Asked Questions ] [Depression Page] [Coping with Stress & Anxiety] [Combating Shyness] [Relationship Problems / Couples Counseling] [Adult Development & Psychotherapy] [Introduction to the MMPI-2] [More Help / Links] [Privacy Notice] [Map to My SF Therapy Office] [Contact Information]
Welcome to my website. I am a licensed psychologist with years of experience offering counseling and psychotherapy. I have helped many, many people, who were struggling with the stresses or overwhelming problems life can often present, who needed hope and support, as well as those seeking therapy on a journey of deeper self-understanding.
I believe in change, personal growth and healing, not in the stigmatizing labels and assembly-line, "medicate-them-and-out-the-door" policies of modern managed care or HMO practice. Psychotherapy must be non-judgmental. At its best, it should relieve us of the intolerable feelings or suffering that are our symptoms. It should provide hope for a better and freer life, and lower our burden of guilt and blame. This is true whether the problem is anxiety, depression, substance abuse, or relationship issues, like intimacy and couples communication.
Most likely, you have discovered this site while searching for help or answers for yourself or a loved one. I have helped individuals and couples from all walks of life, using a style of psychotherapy that emphasizes interpersonal interactions, dynamic insight, and cognitive change. To learn more about my experience and my work history, see my résumé. The best way to learn more about my policies and practice is to click here for frequently asked questions.
My downtown San Francisco office is centrally located near the intersection of the California Street and Powell cable-car lines, at 844 California Street, between Powell and Stockton Streets. Both metered and two hour free street parking is available, as are numerous parking lots nearby.
My California license number is PSY 15476.
listed many of the typical questions visitors to this site are likely to have.
Please feel free to call or e-mail me with any further questions.
may now pay for sessions with Visa, MasterCard, Discover credit cards or ATM
To get a map to my San Francisco office (from Mapquest), click here.
Read my article online: "Why Couples Fight and What to Do About It"
(Web page with information & links about shyness & social anxiety -- updated)
Links on Depression
(Includes free downloadable Depression questionnaire, links updated)
Practical Essay on Relationships & Couples Counseling
(A psychologist's assessment of common couples' problems)
Jeffrey S. Kaye, Ph.D.
844 California Street
San Francisco, CA 94108
E-mail: sfpsych at gmail dot com (Before e-mailing me, please read my e-mail policies and warnings about confidentiality online by clicking here.)
More Help! Need a Hotline Number! Want links to other sites? Are you in crisis? Want more information about mental health? Click through here to my More Help/Links Page.
(NOTE: If you think you have a MEDICAL OR PSYCHIATRIC EMERGENCY, CALL 911 IMMEDIATELY or go to the nearest hospital. DO NOT attempt to access emergency care through this web site. An emergency medical condition is a medical or psychiatric condition that manifests itself by acute symptoms of sufficient severity -- including powerful suicidal impulses -- such that you could reasonably expect the absence of immediate medical attention to result in any of the following: death, serious jeopardy to your health, serious impairment to your bodily functions, or serious dysfunction of any bodily organ or part.)
For information about my policies and practices in regards to new federal privacy laws (the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act, or HIPAA), please click here.
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Asked Questions (FAQ)] [Coping
with Stress & Anxiety]
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Last modified: December 07, 2011
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All material provided on this website is for educational and/or informational purposes only. Direct consultation of a qualified, licensed health care provider or therapist should be sought as necessary for any specific questions or problems. This web site should not be construed as offering either medical advice or online professional services; no therapeutic relationship is established by use of this site. Please do not send emails to this site or anyone associated with it that may include confidential information. A link to any other web site from this site does not necessarily imply any approval, recommendation, or endorsement of such site.