W. Keith Sutton, Psy.D. - Psychologist
Sutton, Psy.D. is a licensed psychologist and director of the Bay Area
Center for Couples Therapy. He has been working with couples for the
past seven years and is trained in both Gottman Method Couples Therapy
and Emotionally Focused Couples Therapy, both evidence based, short
term, effective approaches for couples. He works with a number of issues in couples therapy such as a couples transition to parenthood, couples with children and teenagers, couples struggling with anxiety, couples struggling with ADD/ADHD, and couples seeking to enhance their sexual relationship.
|Roxanne Davis, MFT - Marriage and Family Therapist |
Davis, is a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist who has been in
clinical practice for over a decade working extensively with couples,
going through the various transitions of family and relationship. Her
primary approach of emotionally focused therapy is centered on an
attachment view of love, which explores the risks in staying open and
present in day to day, moment to moment emotional and physical
connectedness. Given this way of working with couples Roxanne is able to
address a wide range of core issues, including new children in the home
, evolving stages of life, adolescents going off to college and caring
for elderly parents. Through this framework, Roxanne offers insight
into negative coping strategies and builds on couples strengths creating
space for joyful, spontaneous, interactions.
Theresa Fleury, Phd - Psychologist
Theresa Fleury is a licensed clinical psychologist who has been in private practice for over twenty years. In her work with couples she draws on many disciplines, including Emotionally Focused Therapy. This attachment theory based approach helps couples find their way out of ongoing negative patterns and find new ways to connect and feel secure in their relationship. She has specializations in the treatment of addictions, adult children of alcoholics, infertility, and self esteem.
John C. Burton, Psy.D.
Dr. Burton is a graduate of the California Institute of Integral Studies, where he received the Institute Scholarship for excellence as a graduate student. He was worked with adults, children and families. Dr. Burton currently specializes in treating adults with ADHD as well as couples in which one or both of the partners have ADHD. He also specializes in neuro/psycho/educational assessments for adults and children.
Shana Ree Gann, MFT - Marriage & Family Therapist
Shana Ree Gann is a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist who works with adults in individual and couples therapy. She originally became interested in psychotherapy through her love of the arts, specifically dance. Her BA is in InterArts and Anthropology, and her MA is in Somatic Counseling Psychology from Naropa University. She is especially passionate about helping couples be happier and overcome stressful situations - from communication problems, affair recovery, step-family issues, and everything in between. To do this, she primarily uses Emotionally Focused Couples Therapy, Somatic Psychology, and her twenty years of experience with mindfulness and meditation. She also specializes in helping women recover from eating disorders and body image issues.
Lucy Fine, MFT - Marriage & Family Therapist
licensed MFT, has counseled couples and partnerships for over 25
years. Employing multiple tools from various disciplines, including
EFT (emotionally focused therapy), SCT (systems-centered training),
years of client hours, deep inquiry and four decades of yoga, martial
arts and meditation practices, she offers a map for couples to
navigate through the developing phases of a relationship. At
different stages of the relationship the goals change, and so do the
contexts they find themselves in and the roles they play in those
contexts. Ultimately a couple or partnership is reaching for deeper
and deeper layers of confidence in order to accomplish the goals of
interconnectivity and individuation, as well as romance, intimacy,
and sometimes parenting or other shared work responsibilities. A
committed partnership is a journey toward Self. In a collaborative
and integrative manner, Lucy trains couples to communicate the
language of the heart while making use of strategies for
accomplishing the goals they decide they want to reach together in