Psychotherapists & Counselors Member List

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  • Evan Loofbourrow, MFT

  • Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist | 123801
  • | (if applicable)
  • Contact Information

  • PO Box 6425 Alameda, California 94501
  • (510) 343-6810
  • About Evan Loofbourrow MFT

  • Adolescents, Anxiety/Panic, Children, Couples/Relationship Counseling, Depression, Grief and Loss, HIV/AIDS, LGBQIA, Mens Concerns, OCD, Polyamory and Alt Relationship Configurations, Substance Use/Abuse/Addiction, Trans and Gender Nonconforming, Trauma/PTSD
  • English
  • Sliding Scale / Low Fee
  • CBT, Emotionally Focused Therapy (EFT), Family Therapy, Gestalt, Group Therapy, Mindfulness
  • Cisgender Male
  • White/European American
  • I provide therapy and counseling in the San Francisco Bay Area for individuals, couples, and groups. I also offer online therapy services to any California resident, statewide.

    I work from existential, humanistic, strengths-based, mindfulness, cognitive, and behavioral perspectives. I specialize in working with men, teens, young adults, couples/relationships, and support groups. Some areas and issues I work with and enjoy providing support for are neurodivergence, chronic illness (e.g. Crohn's Disease, HIV/AIDS), masculinity, anxiety, OCD, non-conforming gender identities/expressions, severe mental illness, people in consensual non-monogamous relationships, depression, and substance use.

    My belief is that therapy should be a collaborative and empowering experience, providing the tools to achieve long-lasting change in one's life. I strive to be compassionate, patient, clear, thorough, helpful, kind, and, above all, non-judgmental in my work. I trust that my clients are the unequivocal experts of their own lives. I appreciate the diversity of identities of all those with whom I work, believing in the importance of holding many perspectives at once. There are many paths to achieving mental health and wellness, and I continually seek feedback from my clients, respecting their unique needs and comfort with the process of therapy.

    It is only through holding each other up and finding the best in each other that we can all make it through this hard journey we call life. I am honored to have this privilege to support people through my profession.