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Specializing in addiction & trauma counseling

Mena K. Zaminsky, MFT

Is an addiction or a trauma related experience ruining your life?

Has alcohol, drugs, food or compulsive activities taken over your life? Are you missing days from work? Are you finding relationships difficult? Do you often experience emotions such as anger, anxiety, depression or feel overly sensitive? Is there a sense of being detached from your body? Do you have troubling thoughts or nightmares? Are you in trouble with the law or experiencing financial problems?

If you answered yes to any of these questions then there’s a very strong chance that you are suffering from an addiction and/or trauma related experience. People in all walks of life can be challenged by addictions and/or traumatic experiences regardless of age, race, culture, background or socioeconomic status.

How counseling helps

Counseling provides you with a unique opportunity to gain control of your life. As a highly experienced psychotherapist with over 13 years of experience, I provide a safe, non-judgmental environment where you can learn the skills needed to become free of addiction and release trauma.

You’ll also learn new ways to handle stress, disappointments and difficult emotions. You’ll learn how to feel good in your own body without the use of substances or addictive activities. Additionally, your ability to solve problems and interact with others will significantly improve.

To discuss how counseling can help you please email me in confidence or contact me by phone at 415 420-4464.

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“The suffering clients bring to therapy are doorways rather than problems. They are invitations to go within and find the resources needed to create new possibilities or to accept with peace, what cannot be transformed.”
– Bill Bowen, Founder, Psychophysical Therapy

Mena K. Zaminsky
55 New Montgomery Street, Suite #326
San Francisco, CA 94105
415 420-4464
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My office is conveniently located in the Historic Sharon Building, 1/2 block from the Montgomery Street BART Station.

I have a second location in Berkeley.