Psychotherapists & Counselors Member List

Not all of our members have elected to list their practices on this site. Some of our members are students or trainees and are not currently in private practice.

All of the mental health professionals listed below claim to carry the principles of Open Minds into their work. All of our members have also agreed to abide by the ethical guidelines of our respective disciplines.

However, please understand that Open Minds has not reviewed, investigated or evaluated any of the mental health professionals who list themselves with our organization. We make no guarantee as to the qualifications or the competence of those listed on our site.

  • Lori Roniger, Registered Associate MFT

  • CA associate marriage and family therapist | 122648
  • Anna Benassi | LMFT #96595 (if applicable)
  • Contact Information

  • P.O. Box 880817 San Francisco, California 94188
  • (415) 857-5882
  • About Lori Roniger Registered Associate MFT

  • Alternative Sexuality and Lifestyle, Anxiety/Panic, BDSM/Kink, Couples/Relationship Counseling, Creativity, Depression, LGBQIA, Parenting, Polyamory and Alt Relationship Configurations, Race/Ethnicity and Culture, Sexual Dysfunction, Spirituality, Trans and Gender Nonconforming, Womens Concerns
  • English
  • Sliding Scale / Low Fee
  • Gestalt, Mindfulness
  • Cisgender Female
  • Jewish, White/European American
  • I provide psychotherapy to individuals, couples, and more than couples from a place of open-mindedness, curiosity, and sex-positivity, and an awareness that our lives and relationships don’t always unfold as expected.

    People who work well with me include those with liminal identities that may not fit neatly into boxes and who may feel like outsiders in various spaces. Some are creative (artists, writers, musicians, performers, burners, etc.); work in the tech industry; approach gender, sexuality, relationships, or parenting with fluidity or nontraditionally; experience themselves as anxious, awkward, introverted, or sensitive; or are members of stigmatized or marginalized groups, were born outside of the U.S., or have parents who were.