Find Immigration Therapists & Counselors in South San Francisco, CA.

 

Immigrants must endure some of the most difficult circumstances and challenges in pursuit of a better life. Despite the stresses they must endure, immigrants often have difficulty finding culturally-responsive mental health care because of differences in language, background, and understanding.

Luckily, there are licensed therapists who are specially trained to help heal the unique mental health issues that immigrants face. If you’re an immigrant dealing with stress, anxiety, depression, or any other mental health issue, or if you need a psychological evaluation for immigration, you could greatly benefit from an immigration therapist. Whether you are located in downtown South San Francisco, the suburbs of South San Francisco, other nearby places such as San Bruno, Daly City, or anywhere else in California, Mental Health Match can help you easily find an experienced therapist or counselor who best meets your needs.

Do You Need Immigrant Mental Health Therapy?

If you’re not quite sure whether you should seek mental health therapy, this section will be helpful. Here are some common symptoms of immigrant mental health that could benefit from therapy:

  • You feel ongoing or severe stress due to your current living situation, the immigration process, or resettlement.
  • You are grieving the loss of your previous home or friends and family in your home country.
  • You have survived one or more traumatic events and feel ongoing stress.
  • You feel depressed and don’t feel motivated to move toward your goals.
  • You find it difficult to make friends or purposely isolate yourself from others.
  • You feel overwhelmed by the new culture you’re in and are having difficulty adjusting.

If any of the above describes you, therapy can help significantly. To learn a bit more about immigration and mental health, read this article on mental health issues experienced by U.S. immigrants.

Seek Immigrant Mental Health Therapy Now!

Immigration and mental health issues go hand in hand, but you don’t have to submit to mental and emotional issues and allow them to control your life. You can seek treatment from an immigration therapist who understands your unique plight and can help you work through your issues. With Mental Health Match, finding a qualified immigration therapist is easy! Start by browsing experts below or by using our free therapist matching tool.

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Jimena Picciano
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Work to help you move forward to a more fulfilling life, a life you deserve.

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My work focuses on discovering and understanding the causes of your personal difficulties and re-work them in the therapeutic relationship. Talking therapy can help you open up about your thoughts, feelings and emotions.

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  • Anxiety
  • Domestic Violence
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Sandra Banjoko
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My practice is grounded in the awareness that my clients are the owners of their stories. I believe strongly in the beauty of collaborating together. You and I work together to embrace self-knowledge and use your power to meet new parts of yourself.


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My practice is grounded in the awareness that my clients are the owners of their stories. I believe strongly in the beauty of collaborating together. You and I work together to embrace self-knowledge and use your power to meet new parts of yourself.

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My goal is to facilitate awareness of one's past, work through one's present, and plant seeds of hope for the future. My goal is to help break down the barriers and issues you face, be it with sexual issues, disordered eating, and anything else.

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  • Christian Counseling
  • Couples Therapy
  • Eating Disorders
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  • Maternal Mental Health
  • Religious Trauma
  • Sex Therapy
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Yuriko Domyo
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understand what's getting on a way for you to feel fulfilled and identify changes you'd like to make. We will explore and understand your emotions, body sensations, thoughts and behavior patterns and support you finding new ways and perspectives.


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understand what's getting on a way for you to feel fulfilled and identify changes you'd like to make. We will explore and understand your emotions, body sensations, thoughts and behavior patterns and support you finding new ways and perspectives.

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I use body-centered approach called Somatic Experiencing. By slowing down our conversations at times & learning how to recognize physical sensations, emotions, and thoughts, you'll develop skills to process trauma responses and bring balance & calm.

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  • Anxiety
  • Asian and Pacific Islander Issues
  • Creatives
  • Cultural Adjustment
  • Depression
  • Immigration
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Kaitlyn Kuo
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discuss your current situation, identify triggers, discover past experiences that may contribute to current issues, and then we will work on coping skills or alleviating moods.


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discuss your current situation, identify triggers, discover past experiences that may contribute to current issues, and then we will work on coping skills or alleviating moods.

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I believe in whole person treatment. My approach is culturally sensitive, systemic, and holistic. I also provide EMDR to help clients reduce anxiety, overcome trauma, improve confidence and inner strength.

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  • Anxiety
  • Immigration evaluations
  • Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
  • Racial or Ethnic Identity
  • Trauma
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Maria Borges
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Explore how anxiety, stress and burnout are present in the body. We will use somatic practices to increase the capacity to feel your emotions in a more manageable way and feel calmer and grounded. We will work to move towards more aliveness and joy.


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Explore how anxiety, stress and burnout are present in the body. We will use somatic practices to increase the capacity to feel your emotions in a more manageable way and feel calmer and grounded. We will work to move towards more aliveness and joy.

Something to know about my approach is:

I use a body-mind approach called Somatics. By slowing down, we pay attention to physical sensations, movements, and breath. This helps us learn and practice skills to process stress, anxiety, and trauma in order to feel more present and grounded.

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  • Anxiety
  • Artists & Creative Personalities
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  • multicultural identity
  • Oppression
  • Relationship issues
  • Stress
  • Trauma
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Maria Borges remote and phone therapy in California