Candid and Clever Therapy for driven people.

You need change and growth. I have spent 20 years training to relate in change-making ways. Let’s schedule time to talk live on the phone and I can help you get started with me or someone else.

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You need change and growth. I have spent 20 years training to relate in change-making ways. Let’s talk live on the phone and I can help you get started with me or someone else.

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Couples Who Volunteer Together, Stay Together

Traci founded a global nonprofit called Sidewalk Talk for Couples where, for over three years, she has been taking people out to sidewalks to listen to strangers about anything as a way to create health and inclusion in our divided world.  Now 1700 volunteers strong in 40 cities and 12 countries, Traci is combining her love of couples work with her volunteerism. Take a 2-hour workshop with Traci on listening and come out with three to six other couples to volunteer on the sidewalk.  Novelty breeds connection in couples and this is for sure novel. 50% of the proceeds go to Sidewalk Talk’s non-profit work.

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Love and Anger: How to Talk Effectively About Controversial Topics

Love has been on my mind. Not the kind that couples cling to around a warm fire, but the Lenny-Kravitz-love-ethic of letting love rule in our discourse around controversial topics such as racial justice, poverty, the environment and terrorism. I know that I, the woman who wrote an article titled “F*&K Positive Thinking” and a white woman of privilege, run the risk of sounding like a pollyanna contradiction or naive in my privilege, but hear me out.

Driven People: Who Takes Care of You?

Driven people in the downtown tech, finance, and advertising scene have been drawn to working with me over the years, probably because I feel familiar, a kindred of sorts, so they feel my office is a guilt-free zone. They come in spent, burnt out, unable to hold down the fort because they are at that watershed in their life of professional relevance vs. personal meaning. The quest is daunting.

The Cyclical Stages of Love: Couples Counseling Insights

What do lovers and mothers have in common?

I am getting ready to head out on vacation, and it is an interesting time for me for two reasons. First, I like to reflect on my work before taking my big annual vacation. Second, I have to plan, pack, and arrange for two young sons on an international flight with my husband. And that nimble planning, packing, and relating dance has an energy that I find oddly connected to my work as a couples therapist.

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Love and Anger: How to Talk Effectively About Controversial Topics

Love has been on my mind. Not the kind that couples cling to around a warm fire, but the Lenny-Kravitz-love-ethic of letting love rule in our discourse around controversial topics such as racial justice, poverty, the environment and terrorism. I know that I, the woman who wrote an article titled “F*&K Positive Thinking” and a white woman of privilege, run the risk of sounding like a pollyanna contradiction or naive in my privilege, but hear me out.

Driven People: Who Takes Care of You?

Driven people in the downtown tech, finance, and advertising scene have been drawn to working with me over the years, probably because I feel familiar, a kindred of sorts, so they feel my office is a guilt-free zone. They come in spent, burnt out, unable to hold down the fort because they are at that watershed in their life of professional relevance vs. personal meaning. The quest is daunting.

The Cyclical Stages of Love: Couples Counseling Insights

What do lovers and mothers have in common?

I am getting ready to head out on vacation, and it is an interesting time for me for two reasons. First, I like to reflect on my work before taking my big annual vacation. Second, I have to plan, pack, and arrange for two young sons on an international flight with my husband. And that nimble planning, packing, and relating dance has an energy that I find oddly connected to my work as a couples therapist.

My Locations

San Francisco Office:

Tuesday, Thursday, Friday

582 Market Street, Suite 1119

San Francisco, CA 94104

Palo Alto Office:

Mondays until 4
630 University Ave, Suite B
Palo Alto, CA

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