Counselor / Therapist in San Francisco, CA

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Abby Volk Neubeg, MFT License #77518 LPCC #846

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Suffering from a painful Relationship? Healing from One?
Survivors of Abuse, Violence, and Addiction
Most likely you are in your 30s or 40s, you have many things going well in your life, and you have tried so much before to help yourself. However, you still have memories and feelings from your past that haunt you every day. Honestly, most people you know don't "get" how trauma can still have such a strangle hold on your life. I understand how exhausting it can be keeping the feelings stuffed below the surface, feeling so alone and disconnected from others, and feeling exhausted from all the anxiety and depression.

I understand how you have tried managing the pain through drugs, food, sex, or work. I also know about the cost to your health, happiness, and dreams by doing things that just don't have a lasting effect.

By working with me, you can practice self-compassion, mindfulness, and do deep self-reflection. From this, you can feel a greater acceptance and understanding about the events in your life and move towards healing, empowerment, and growth. Through our work together, you can move towards trusting your inner voice and feeling confident about expressing your needs and desires. Let's work together to help you discover a life filled with understanding, authenticity, and connection to healthy relationships.

Contact me for a free 20 minute consultation to find out how I can help you identify the next steps in healing.
About Me

I am Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist and a Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor. My passion is working with people healing from trauma. I believe that you are always on a path towards growth and self-realization, and therapy can be a place for guidance, clarity, and empowerment. I am an engaged and compassionate therapist who creates a comfortable place to share thoughts that may feel shameful or insignificant. I also believe that therapy can be fun, exciting, and freeing.

I hold a safe place for you even when you feel you cannot trust others and often place your deepest desires last. My passion is to help you dissolve the stories that you learned about yourself and the world, which stop you from having the confidence and self-worth that you know you deserve to feel.

Most importantly, I believe that therapy is a place to enhance your personal strengths and grow your capacity to feel happiness, contentment, and personal meaning.

Master's of Arts, Marriage and Family Therapy, University of San Francisco

Master's of Education, Interpersonal Communication, Saint Mary's College of California


-Facilitated groups and worked with children, families, couples, and individuals at Pyramid Alternatives.

-Psychotherapy work with teens, families, and young adults on school campuses and in clinic at Daly City Youth Health Center.

-Interim crisis counselor at Terra Nova High school.

-Worked with the interdisciplinary team as the psychotherapist for the Jefferson’s Union GED Center, and supported clients' success in earning a GED and transitions after graduation.

-Taught K-High School as a Lead Teacher and Substitute Teacher.
Practice Areas
 Counseling / Therapy  Life Transitions
 Addiction / Drug Rehab  Loneliness
 Anger Management  Marriage & Family Therapy
 Anxiety and Panic  Marriage Counseling
 Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD)  Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder
 Body Image Issues  Online / Video / Teletherapy
 Caregiver Issues  Pre and Postpartum Mental Health
 Chronic Illness  Relationship Issues
 Coronavirus/COVID-19 Issues  Self Esteem Issues
 Couples Therapy  Seniors and Elder Care Issues
 Depression  Stress Management
 Divorce  Trauma and PTSD
 Eating Disorders  Work and Career Issues
 Grief and Loss
 Certified Marriage, Family, and Child Counselor (MFCC)
Short-term therapy about 1-12 sessions, evidence-based & highly effective with long-term results
Less talk oriented
Reduce or resolve phobia, fear, anxiety, and trauma
Rogerian/ Humanistic
Insight and in depth work
Work through disempowering dynamics and self-sabotaging behaviors
Increase creating good boundaries and desirable connections with others
Long-term and short-term work
Cognitive Behavioral
Short-term therapy about 6-20 sessions
Change what you think, do, or feel to change your life
Reduce/ resolve: debilitating feelings and thoughts
Motivational Interviewing:
Substance Addiction & Abuse
Contemplating reducing or ending your substance use?
Work through the challenges of sobriety and relapse
Payments Accepted
Cash Check Card, HSA
Hours:M-F 8am to 8 pm
Cost/Session:Sliding scale from $150
License:LMFT 77518 LPCC 846
2370 Market Street
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