Welcome. I’m Annie Wright.
I’m a licensed psychotherapist deeply committed to supporting the well-being of individuals, couples, and families from the Bay Area and beyond. From my group practice offices in Berkeley, I work with my psychotherapy clients to help them improve their relationships, find fulfilling life paths, and create more ease and joy in their everyday. Outside of my therapy services, I also coach clients from all the world, consult for fellow clinicians, and produce digital content and products all designed to support you when life gets tough. You can learn all about those services on this site. I really look forward to supporting you.
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For those outside the Bay Area with interest in working with me, I offer online, remote coaching and consulting services. Explore to see how I can be of support to you, no matter where you live.
If you – like me – love nothing more than a good book or self-study course, I invite you to peruse my library of online psychotherapy product offerings to see what might be of support to you at this time.
Psychotherapy’s an added cost. Is it worth it?
I don’t want to just talk about how I’m feeling; I actually want things to change in my life.
Is there something wrong with me if I need psychotherapy? Shouldn’t I be able to handle this on my own?
Postpartum depression affects 13% of women and it can often be hard to catch and shameful to see yourself in. But it is so treatable with early detection.
Both what trauma is and who someone with a trauma history might look like is often misunderstood. In this post, I widen and nuance the definitions of both.
Almost all of us have a negative inner critic that impacts our lives in some way. Today’s post is actually an actionable worksheet to help you get to know your inner critic so that you can shift the impact it has on your life.
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