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Alissa Blackman, MFT
- Marriage Family Therapist | MFT #48159
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- 6536 Telegraph Ave., Ste C 201 Oakland, California 94609
- (510) 496-6030
About Alissa Blackman MFT
- Alternative Sexuality & Lifestyle, Anxiety/Panic, Creativity, Depression, Eating Disorders/Body Image, LGBQIA, Polyamory & Alt. Relationship Configurations, Race/Ethnicity and Culture, Spirituality, Trauma/PTSD, Women's Concerns
- EMDR Therapy, Experiential/Somatic Therapy, Feminist, Mindfulness
- CA Victims of Crime
- Cisgender Female, Non-Binary
- Jewish, White/European American
Bringing twenty-five years as a holistic practitioner to my Somatic Psychotherapy & Mindful Bodywork practices, I help clients ease stress, anxiety, depression, attachment difficulties, trauma, & more. I offer genuine engagement, a warm presence, a mind-body-spirit perspective, plus tools/resources to use at home. I support clients to be more embodied as they explore life’s challenges, grow their strengths, and heal. I’m an ally to those struggling with race, class and gender inequities and to LGBTQ & poly clients. I practice Somatic Attachment work (influenced by Bill Bowen and Karen Rachels), Attachment Focused EMDR (Laurel Parnell), and David Grand's Brainspotting.