Our San Francisco therapists are solution-focused offering individual therapy, couples therapy and marriage counseling.

The Relationship Counseling Center in San Francisco provides couples therapy and individual counseling, with the goal of guiding clients toward healthier, more productive life strategies. Our San Francisco therapists are licensed marriage and family therapists with experience helping people work through their issues. Additionally, all of our therapists receive ongoing training in solution-focused approaches to assist clients in achieving goals. If you are looking for a down-to-earth therapist who integrates interactive exchange, direct feedback, and goal-focused therapy, you’ve come to the right place.

Both couples and individuals find it helpful to develop a better understanding and learn more effective ways of handling relationship issues. Our therapists teach communication skills to individual clients as well as to couples, whether married or unmarried, slowing things down to help both parties achieve a deeper understanding. The goal, always, is to make your relationship a more joyful, more healthy place to be.

Our San Francisco therapy services are offered in offices throughout the Bay Area, in San Francisco, Berkeley, Marin, and Palo Alto. We offer both daytime and evening appointments, Monday through Friday. Call us with any questions or concerns or to schedule a session. Our relationship experts are more than happy to talk with you, and we can usually make an appointment with relatively short notice.

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San Francisco Therapist Bios
San Francisco Therapist Bios

Jane Reingold, MFT
Jane is passionate about helping individuals and couples deepen their connection, creativity, and honesty while fostering their ability to self-reflect and live authentically in a relationship. Her style is approachable and relatable. She offers support that is empathic, practical, and effective.

As a licensed marriage and family therapist, Jane has worked extensively with heterosexual and LGBTQ couples in private practice settings, helping clients in areas including sexual issues, interracial relationships, divorce, life transitions, infidelity, parental conflicts, creative blocks, domestic violence, and conflict resolution. Her training includes individual, couple, adolescent, family, and group work at the Marina Counseling Center and the Integral Counseling Center. Jane is a member of the California Association of Marriage and Family Therapists (CAMFT) and holds a master’s degree from the California Institute of Integral Studies (CIIS) in San Francisco. Jane also specializes in premarital counseling and marriage counseling.

Sara Bingaman, MFT
Sara loves helping couples find their unique paths and rhythms by facilitating the hearing, understanding, and knowing of each other. Whether helping a couple move through general “stuckness” and relationship dissatisfaction, infidelity, money issues, struggles around sex, challenges brought on by the addition of a new baby or differences in parenting styles, or facilitating difficult conversations, she aims to help each partner express his or her experiences and be heard and understood by the other. Sara will also teach you simple tools to use outside of session. She holds a master’s degree in counseling psychotherapy from JFK University. Sara is the cofounder of the San Francisco Divorce Group and specializes in couples counseling and individual therapy.

When she is not working, Sara may be found in her garden, hiking, playing and being silly with her son, or being inspired by great poetry.

Sevin Phiilips, MFT
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San Francisco psychotherapy

Hello. My name is Sevin Philips, and I’m a licensed marriage and family therapist, and I’m the founder of our center in San Francisco. I’m here to give you some information that’s going to be helpful in making a decision. You want to find out if we’re the right therapists for you, and perhaps, if this is your first time doing therapy, you might want to know how this whole thing works.

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It can be a very, I think, uncomfortable and scary process to reach out to somebody you don’t know and ask for help, and we want to make that as comfortable as possible. We’ve been doing this for many years and we’re very experienced at helping people move forward in their lives in healthy and unique ways.

We are solution-focused therapists who provide couples counseling, marriage counseling and individual therapy. And first off, we’re going to get to know who you are, so we’re going to ask a lot of questions. We want to know your thoughts, your feelings, and your opinions about what’s going on in your life. And as we have that interactive exchange, it’s very helpful for us to get to know you, it’s going to help us develop a roadmap that we can assist you with the right kind of skills and tools. But also, through that dialogue, I often find that clients have epiphanies, deeper levels of understanding about what’s happening in their life, and they walk out of therapy sessions knowing new things about themselves that can give you a lot of hope and deeper understanding and compassion for yourself.

Yet, at some point, we’re going to help you with figuring out how to move forward in your life in a really healthy way. And then we’re going to support you with the kind of roadmap that we develop, and support you along the way as you take each and every step. Much like a mentor or a coach, we’re here to guide you along the way and give you support so that you can move through issues that have been very difficult for you in your life. Our goal in therapy is to help you achieve and move through those issues so that you don’t need to be in therapy anymore.

First of all, you might want to check out our videos and articles on our website. It can be very helpful. You can understand the kinds of therapists we are and some of the advice that we give. And also, you can reach out and give us a call. We can direct you to the best therapist for you in your local area, and you can talk to them on the phone; tell them a little bit about what’s going on in your life. See if you feel comfortable with that person on the phone, and if you do, you can make an appointment. The phone call is no commitment at all.

And what’s really unique about going to therapy is unlike friends and family, which can be very helpful to talk to, this is a place where it gets to be only about you and it’s a very uncommon thing in our lives, I believe, is to have that much focus on ourselves and really… In such a really safe and comfortable way.

If you are looking for how to pay for therapy, we are out-of-pocket, but we often help clients who have anything like out-of-network coverage through their insurance or any sort of health benefit you might have through work, which you can verify all these things. And if you do, we can give you an invoice that might assist you in getting some money back.

If you want some help, please reach out. We would love to help you. Thank you.

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Counseling Specialties

  • Interpersonal Issues
  • Marriage Counseling and Couples Counseling
  • Anxiety and Depression
  • Relationship and Intimacy Issues
  • Premarital Counseling
  • Sexual and Emotional Disconnect
  • Infidelity
  • Parenting
  • Fighting and Defensiveness
  • Communication
  • Codependency
  • LGBTQ Adults

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San Francisco Therapy Locations

Relationship Counseling Center

801 Portola Drive, #205 San Francisco, CA 94127

Phone: (415) 742-2823

Relationship Counseling Center

3059 Fillmore Street San Francisco, CA 94123

Phone: (415) 742-2823

Relationship Counseling Center

582 Market Street, #706 San Francisco, CA 94104

Phone: (415) 742-2823

Relationship Counseling Center

1774 Union Street San Francisco, CA 94123

Phone: (415) 742-2823

Relationship Counseling Center

3663 Sacramento St San Francisco, CA 94118

Phone: (415) 742-2823

Couples Therapy