Elizabeth Gayner PsyD (PSY16885)
I earned my BA from USC and my doctorate in Clinical Psychology from Alliant University-California School of Professional Psychology in 1998. I completed my postdoctoral fellowship at Kaiser Permanente, where I continued to serve on the adult psychiatry team. My clinical approach to psychotherapy is integrative and is grounded in contemporary psychodynamic approaches, mindfulness and Dialectical Behavior Therapy. I offer faith-integrated psychotherapy for those who want to incorporate spirituality into their healing. I also have an office in the Rockridge district in Oakland, CA.
To learn more about my practice, please visit my website at www.drelizabethgayner.com
Jocelyn Cremer PhD (PSY15634)
I received a BA in Psychology from UC Santa Cruz and a doctorate in Clinical Psychology from Alliant University-California School of Professional Psychology in 1995. My training experience includes child and family therapy, cognitive-behavioral therapy, and psychodynamic therapy at community mental health settings in Marin Co. I have expertise in Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction and CBT. I have written and taught curriculum and classes on anxiety and depression throughout the Bay Area. I also have a practice in San Mateo, CA.
Tamara Hicks PsyD (PSY17326)
I received a BA in Sociology from UC San Diego and a doctorate in Clinical Psychology from Alliant University-California School of Professional Psychology in 1999. I completed training at UCSF in the areas of child/family therapy, cognitive-behavioral techniques and adult psychodynamic therapy. I am a Psychology Today blogger on the topic of understanding and defining our digital selves. In addition to my practice, I have an interest in the Bay Area sustainable food and farming movement.