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meet ryan.

Ryan Gogarty is driven to assist others in overcoming the many challenges that life can present. 


Perhaps you are struggling with anxiety, depression, relationship challenges or life transitions such as finding a career or navigating college life.  Maybe just feeling stuck.


Ryan has experience utilizing several therapeutic orientations in treating children, teens and adults who are experiencing depression, anxiety, family and relationship issues, men’s issues, parenting issues as well as those looking to develop self-understanding and acceptance, a sense of purpose, and authenticity in their lives.


Ryan received his Bachelor’s of Arts degree in Psychology from the University of Arizona & Master's degree in Marriage & Family Therapy from Saint Mary’s College of California.

Seeking treatment can understandably feel overwhelming. Ryan strives to provide a non-judgmental & empathetic space for clients to feel safe while exploring difficult parts of their lives. 


As therapy is not one size fits all, please feel free to reach out to Ryan for a free consultation to see if he is a good fit to help you with your challenges.



Danyelle Caruthers works with children, teens, and adults experiencing depression, anxiety, PTSD, and other trauma-related symptoms. She utilizes a trauma-informed lens and integrates somatic, narrative, and relational therapeutic approaches. Before pursuing licensure, Danyelle spent almost 20 years in the nonprofit sector, working with children, youth, and families within the Bay Area. Danyelle earned a Bachelor’s degree in Political Science from San Francisco State University, a Master’s degree in Public Policy and Administration from CSU, Long Beach, and a Master’s degree in Social Work from Simmons University, Boston.


meet danyelle.

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I offer a warm and conversational approach to support you as you begin your process of exploration, reflection, and healing. Working collaboratively, I will help you bring awareness to the patterns of thinking or engaging with others that are no longer serving you. By developing an understanding of the roots and impact of these patterns, you can begin to cultivate the freedom and skills to break away from them. 


My training is grounded in trauma-informed, psychodynamic, and relational therapy and I draw upon somatic and cognitive-behavioral techniques. I meet you where you are, and respect your specific goals, so our work may involve explorative, insight-focused talk therapy, body-oriented and mindfulness techniques, or concrete skill building to help you live a life untethered by the past.


I work with adolescents and adults who feel depressed, anxious, overwhelmed, stuck, or numb and want to heal from past trauma, live more authentically, and develop more meaningful and satisfying relationships. I received my B.A. from Pitzer College and my M.S.W from UC Berkeley. 


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meet micaela.

Pearl is a graduate of the M.A. Counseling Program at the Wright Institute, Berkeley, with an undergraduate degree in English Literature, Criticism & Theory from the University of California, Davis. 


Pearl is passionate about working with individuals and couples, especially those with multicultural identities, and has spent over seven years in the Bay Area non-profit world, prior to pursuing a degree in Marriage & Family Therapy. Pearl identifies as first-generation AAPI immigrant and a Woman of Color, and weaves those intersections and values of collectivism, community care and social justice into her therapeutic style, supporting the dignity and narratives of her clients across their healing journeys.


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meet pearl.

meet nicole.

Nicole is a registered Associate Marriage and Family Therapist who works with adults, couples, and families navigating a wide range of issues such as anxiety, depression, trauma, and life transitions.


She received her undergraduate degree from the University of California, Santa Cruz and went on to work in Special Education, teaching and supporting teenagers and families who struggle with significant mental health issues. Later, she received her M.A. in Integral Counseling Psychology from the California Institute of Integral Studies.


Nicole is especially passionate about supporting parents through all the stages of parenthood including fertility issues, pregnancy and postpartum, adjusting to parenthood, and those who have kids who are struggling. She is client centered and believes her clients already hold the wisdom they need to find meaning and fulfillment. Nicole uses a holistic approach that is warm, grounded, and direct in order to facilitate a process that allows her clients to examine and release belief systems, experiences, and traumas that are impacting them.


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