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Kink, Poly, LGBTQQI friendly -licensed Therapist

2120 Market St, Suite 108
San Francisco, CA 94114
United States

Kink, Poly, LGBTQQI friendly -licensed Therapist


Credentials: MSW

Contact Name: Ondina Hatvany

Insurance Accepted: Yes


Phone: 415-381-1065

Kink-Awareness: Kink-Friendly


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Are you in transition around your job or relationship? Although often difficult, periods of change can offer opportunities to bring your life more in alignment with what is truly authentic and fulfilling for you.
Relationship issues? I assist traditional, alternative + queer partners to resolve negative cycles and create more trust and intimacy. For partners I use an eclectic approach combining the latest discoveries in neuroscience with powerful and effective developments in relationship research. It is possible to get out of stuck places and reactive arguments faster. Learn relationship skills that move you beyond "right" or "wrong" to a place of mutual understanding.
Food + weight struggles? As former Director of the Eating Disorders Program at Community Institute of Psychotherapy (San Rafael) I can help you end the battle with your body and food using the health at every size approach.
Trauma Resolution
I also work with trauma/ abuse survivors using EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization Reprocessing) and somatic (body mindfulness) psychotherapy techniques with a high effectiveness rating.
As a former yoga teacher and somatically trained psychotherapist one of the ways I can assist you to resolve trauma and get unstuck is through fostering body mindfulness. I use somatic psychotherapies such as Hakomi and Somatic Experiencing to facilitate healing. These approaches do not involve touch.
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Date Added: 02-27-2014  Last Updated: 03-11-2014   
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