I view therapy as an opportunity for people to enrich their relationship with themselves and the world and to explore and understand their challenges. I have over ten years of experience in the field of mental health with a specialty working with adults and older adults. Life transitions can be difficult and nobody should have to face them alone. I can help you whether you are struggling with issues of depression, stress and anxiety, sleep disorders, relationship conflict, divorce, parenting issues, anger issues, career changes, life transitions, bipolar and mood disorders, grief and loss, elder person’s issues, LGBT issues, addiction, trauma, psychosis, impulse control disorders, or end of life issues. I am genuinely interested in helping people move through difficult times to emerge their best selves with new coping strategies to independently resolve difficult challenges in the future. My kindness and curiosity make me a helpful therapist who can guide you gently through life's transitions and obstacles.
Dr. Debbie Francis
3880 S. Bascom Avenue, suite 212
San Jose, CA 95124
Most Major Credit Cards Accepted
Most Insurance Accepted/Medicare Accepted
October 17, 2013 Corte Madera, CA
Identify dynamics of mental capacity and how to recognize undue infuence in elderly clients
January 7, 2014 Peteluma, CA
How mental capacity in elderly clients impacts your role as fiduciary
Life transitions can be difficult. You don't have to face it alone. I'll help you. Together we can figure out how you can emerge your best self and learn how to overcome similar challenges in the future.
Struggling with a difficult life decision? Let me be your sounding board to try out different options. I can help you make the best possible decison and help you learn how to strategize in similar circumstances in the future
Some relationships can leave you devistated, but it is possible to get through it and grow from the experience. I can help you understand and learn from your past relationships and move forward as your stronger and wiser self.
Healing from the loss of a loved one can feel like it will never end. But it will. Talking with someone about how you feel can be tremendously helpful. You don't have to go through it alone. I can help you.