For Peace, Ba​lance, and Health.

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Catherine Barber, LMFT

(669) 221-4050

Depression, Anxiety, PTSD/Trauma, Codependency, Substance Abuse, or Alcoholism, causing stumbling blocks? If any of these are issues you would like help addressing, then let's talk. Perhaps PTSD, depression or anxiety are roadblocks in your life. Perhaps you are self medicating with substances to reduce symptoms of depression, anxiety, or trauma. Or perhaps you are struggling with codependent behaviors that stop you from growing. I am trained in a variety of treatment modalities to help you connect with your healthy self and get back on your path to a balanced life.

Please, call me Cathy. I have weekday and weekend office-based and video appointments available immediately to accommodate your busy schedule. I can help you move through any ambivalence or stumbling blocks that may hinder you on the path to the balanced life you seek. 


Oakland Office

431 30th Street

Suite 110-C

Oakland, California 94609

Just blocks from Broadway and Telegraph Avenue.

My Oakland office is easily accessible by public transit. Street parking is also plentiful.

Appointments now available Monday evenings 6-9 pm.

Oakland office

New Hayward Office

22248 Main Street

Hayward, California 94541

Appointments available Tuesdays from 3-8 pm. 

Hayward office

Types of Therapy

  • Biofeedback
  • Cognitive Behavioral (CBT)
  • Emotionally Focused
  • Internal Family Systems (IFS)
  • Interpersonal
  • Meridian Tapping and Emotional Freedom Techniques
  • Motivational Interviewing
  • Person-Centered
  • Seeking Safety - Trauma Informed tx
  • Strength-Based
  • Trauma Focused

About my practice

  • Weekday and weekend appointments available to accommodate your busy schedule.
  • HIPAA compliant, encrypted, video-based teletherapy available throughout the week.
  • Fees: $150 and sliding fee scale.
  • No cost 20 minute telephone consultation for all potential clients.

Catherine Barber's Groups

None available at this time.

If you are having a psychiatric emergency, dial 911, or go to your nearest emergency room.​