Psychotherapists & Counselors Member List

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  • Addie Liechty, LCSW

  • LCSW | 63589
  • | (if applicable)
  • Contact Information

  • 870 Market Street San Francisco, California 94102
  • 123 Bay Place
  • (415) 993-0146
  • About Addie Liechty LCSW

  • Anxiety/Panic
  • Supervision/Consultation
  • Emotionally Focused Therapy (EFT), Experiential/Somatic Therapy
  • none
  • Genderqueer
  • Filipino, Japanese, Jewish, Korean, Mexican/Mexican American, Native American/First Nations, Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander, Puerto Rican, Vietnamese, White/European American, Asian (Other), Other
  • My approach to therapy is primarily relational. I seek to create working relationships that include safety, attunement and trust. I do this through collaborating on goals and remaining non- judgmental and transparent with my reflections and questions. My interventions draw from psychodynamic theory, attachment and narrative therapy. I am interested in the unique experiences that have made you who you are and the patterns of behaviors, relationships and self-concepts that may or may not be serving you. We will work together to find compassion, healing and solutions towards more personal and relational fulfillment.

    I am drawn towards working with individuals and couples who are ready to take an in depth look at themselves. I am particularly interested in the gap between the self that we present to the outer world and the self that we often try to hide. I seek to provide a space where all parts of oneself can be seen, felt, heard and loved. I believe this process of self-integration and self-love is profoundly healing to the broader world.

    My niche interests include working with people around issues of identity, culture, religion and spirituality. My graduate school research focused on the intersection of queer identity within religious contexts and I specialize in working with people who are healing from harmful messages received from organized religion.