The Psychotherapy Institute's Community Clinic in Berkeley offers sliding-scale psychotherapy to individual adults and couples. Therapy has no set time limit. Treatment may be long-term and extensive, leading to greater insight and emotional development, or brief and focused on a specific goal.
To learn more about this program, visit our How to Start Therapy page or call 510-548-2250.
Clients seek therapy at TPI for a variety of reasons, including:
- Anxiety, including situational stress, free-floating anxiety, and panic attacks
- Relationship issues
- Post-traumatic stress related to traumas, such as sexual abuse
- Transitions, such as marriage, divorce, and career changes
- Self-defeating coping styles
- Grief and loss
We offer a sliding fee scale. Fees are adjusted based on income and expenses.
The Psychotherapy Institute Staff Therapists
The Community Clinic is staffed by therapists who have advanced degrees in psychology, social work, counseling, or related mental health fields and are participating in TPI's Postgraduate Training Program.
Community Clinic staff work under the close supervision of marriage and family therapists, social workers, psychologists, and physicians. After completing their two-year training, many staff therapists continue working with their clients in private practice, so therapy can continue without interruption.