Psychotherapists & Counselors Member List

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  • Keiko Lane, MFT

  • Marriage and Family Therapist | #44341
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  • Contact Information

  • 3120 Telegraph Ave, Suite 3 Berkeley, California 94705
  • (510) 527-6188
  • About Keiko Lane MFT

  • Adult Performers, Alternative Sexuality and Lifestyle, Anxiety/Panic, BDSM/Kink, Body Size Diversity, Creativity, Depression, Eating Disorders/Body Image, Fertility/Infertility, Fetishism, Grief and Loss, HIV/AIDS, Immigration/Acculturation, LGBQIA, Mens Concerns, Polyamory and Alternative Relationship Configurations, Race/Ethnicity and Culture, Self Harm/Self Injury, Sex Work, Spirituality, Trans and Gender Nonconforming, Trauma/PTSD, Violence/Abuse, Womens Concerns
  • English
  • Supervision/Consultation
  • Experiential/Somatic Therapy, Feminist, Sex Therapy
  • Cisgender Female
  • Japanese, Jewish
  • Keiko Lane is a Japanese American psychotherapist, writer, educator, and activist. She writes about the intersections of queer culture, oppression resistance, racial and gender justice, HIV criminalization, reproductive justice, and liberation psychology. She has a private psychotherapy practice in Berkeley, CA, specializing in work with queers of all genders, artists, activists, academics, healers, and other clients self-identified as postcolonial. Keiko also teaches graduate and post-graduate psychotherapy courses on queer and multicultural psychotherapies, the psychodynamics of social justice, and the embodied literature of exile. A former faculty member in the Somatic Psychology Department at CIIS, she provides clinical consultations and supervision to early career psychotherapists. Some of her clinical writing has been published in The Feminist Wire,, The Feminist Porn Book, The Remedy: Queer and Trans Voices on Health and Healthcare, and Queering Sexual Violence.