Clark Grove, Ph.D.
1902 Webster St.
San Francisco, CA 94115
More About Me
Are anger, anxiety, depression, or loneliness getting in the way of living a more full and satisfying life? Psychotherapy can be very helpful in relieving the symptoms of depression, anxiety, defensiveness, and stress by uncovering the underlying causes. The hardest steps are the first ones: believing you can change and grow, and making that growth a priority.
By acknowledging your ability to change you can begin a process of understanding that results in more freedom and contentment in your life.
Helping individuals understand and transform unwanted behaviors and beliefs
Working through life transitions (loss, divorce, career change) to find meaning and growth
Enhancing self-esteem self-esteem and developing a deeper relationship with your self
Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology from California Institute of Integral Studies at San Francisco, CA, 1990
M.A. in Humanistic Psychology from Sonoma State University at Rohnert Park, CA, 1981
Over 25 years of clinical experience
9 years supervising therapists in training
9 years experience in crisis intervention and resolution.
American Psychological Association