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  • darshana weill, MFT

  • LMFT | 123092
  • | (if applicable)
  • Contact Information

  • 1214 Lincoln Ave San Rafael, California 94901
  • (415) 578-0785
  • About darshana weill MFT

  • Couples/Relationship Counseling, Parenting, Polyamory and Alt Relationship Configurations, Sex Work, Spirituality, Womens Concerns
  • English
  • Supervision/Consultation
  • Emotionally Focused Therapy (EFT), Experiential/Somatic Therapy, Feminist, Hakomi, Mindfulness
  • Cisgender Female
  • White/European American
  • Before becoming a therapist, I spent 25 years supporting individuals and couples with their health and personal growth as a health/life coach. Wanting to dive deeper into relational issues I decided to become a therapist.

    I see the therapeutic relationship as a collaborative exchange. Together we will help you uncover unconscious conditioning, negative beliefs, and patterns that hold you hostage. I support my clients to live more authentically, challenging the norms and rules and instead learn to listen deeply to themselves and their needs.
    I draw upon relational psychodynamic therapy and also include the tools of mindfulness, attachment theory, communication skills and spirituality.
    My approach is grounded in compassion, understanding, and empathy, yet I am direct, down to earth and practical.

    My approach blends talk therapy, somatic therapy, and engaging exercises that help you highlight your habits, your thoughts, and your feelings. This is a chance to study yourself and heal. By noticing what is going on within in you will have a chance to bring the unacknowledged parts of yourself forward. Then you can decide what you want to keep and what needs to go away.

    I welcome traditional and nontraditional relational arrangements.