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Will Lipsenthal, Registered Associate MFT
- AMFT | 120426
- Anna Benassi | 96595 (if applicable)
- 1782 Church St San Francisco, California 94131
- (415) 343-5541
About Will Lipsenthal Registered Associate MFT
- ACA/Codependency, ADD/ADHD, Adolescents, Alternative Sexuality and Lifestyle, Anger Management, Anxiety/Panic, BDSM/Kink, Children, Couples/Relationship Counseling, Creativity, Depression, Eating Disorders/Body Image, Fetishism, Grief and Loss, Immigration/Acculturation, LGBQIA, Mens Concerns, OCD, Parenting, Polyamory and Alt Relationship Configurations, Race/Ethnicity and Culture, Self Harm/Self Injury, Sexual Dysfunction, Sex Work, Spirituality, Substance Use/Abuse/Addiction, Trauma/PTSD, Violence/Abuse, Womens Concerns
- CBT, DBT, Emotionally Focused Therapy (EFT), Experiential/Somatic Therapy, Family Therapy, Gestalt, Group Therapy, Hakomi, Mindfulness, Psychoanalytic, Sex Therapy
- Cisgender Male
- Chinese, Jewish, White/European American, Asian (Other), Other
Power, privilege, and identity. These topics are the focus of our society today. Amidst everything going on in the world there is a need to explore our relationship to the topics that effect us everyday.
Growing up in California as a Jewish Taiwanese athlete, I learned to love the outdoors, cooking, music, and movies. I’ve chosen to work in mental wellness in a holistic way. That is a client subjective, humanistic, and compassion approach.
Society and other systems push for a “norm” or normative way of being, but this is limiting to the human experience. I invite the complex individual into my therapy. By accepting ourselves and others as complex individuals we can hold a greater capacity for compassion to ourselves and others.