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Tricia Ace, MFT: Psychotherapy, San Francisco & Berkeley

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Tricia Ace, MFT: Psychotherapy, San Francisco & Berkeley
115 Sansome Street
San Francisco, CA
United States
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415/536-9406
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http://www.triciaace.com/



Tricia Ace, MFT: Psychotherapy, San Francisco & Berkeley

Tricia Ace is a psychotherapist in private practice, with offices in San Francisco and Berkeley. She specialize in long- and short-term psychotherapy with individuals who wish to create lasting, positive changes in their lives and relationships. Her personal style is interactive, empathic, and respectful of individual values and choices.

She is bicultural and enjoy working with clients from diverse cultural backgrounds. She especially enjoy working with younger adults (20s/30s), people in midlife, and those who are new to therapy. She also have experience working with young professionals, especially law students, attorneys, and IT people.

Tricia Ace uses a combination of methods to help individuals improve coping with immediate stressors and work toward deeper personal growth.
These include:

  • psychodynamic therapy – looking at the possible impact of your past experiences on your current problems
  • cognitive-behavioral techniques – to help you become aware of and learn to modify dysfunctional thoughts and behaviors
  • direct coaching – guidance and practical help with life and relationship skills, career concerns, effective communication
  • mindfulness training – to help you tolerate difficult emotions and even physical pain, by learning to be in the present moment and realizing a degree of separation between you and your mental activity

Some of the issues Tricia Ace can help with are depression, anxiety, and relationship problems. She can provide the practical and emotional support needed during challenging life-stage transitions. Therapy can also provide a safe place to explore thoughts and feelings you might not feel free to share with friends and relatives, for whatever reason.

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