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Marjorie Swig, MS/LMFT, is a licensed marriage and family therapist providing psychotherapy for young adults, teens and children in Marin County and San Francisco since 2005. Marjorie’s focus is to help these young people cope with the challenges presented to them and to feel safe in this fast paced and complicated world.
Kim Norman, MD is the founder of the Young Adult and Family Center at UCSF. He has been awarded the Henry J Kaiser Award for Clinical Teaching and nominated for the American Association of Medical Colleges award for Humanism in Medicine. Dr. Norman specializes in Eating disorders, substance abuse/dual diagnosis, treatment of adolescents, young adults and families, CBT, DBT, IPT, PTSD, and dynamic psychotherapy.
Carol Nathan, Psy.D., is a clinical psychologist in private practice in San Francisco. She sees individuals and couples. She is a graduate of The Wright Institute. She has worked in child, adolescent, and family mental health at Richmond Area MultiServices Clinic, UCSF/SF General Hospital Department of Psychiatry Child Trauma Research Program, and California Pacific Medical Center Department of Outpatient Psychiatry.
Graham Best, MA/MFTI, is a marriage and family registered intern who sees clients in San Francisco at Church St. Integral Counseling Center and at The Center for Mindful Psychotherapy. Graham also has a long and rewarding history as a professional tutor, making him especially sensitive to the therapeutic concerns of children, teens, and younger adults.
Kate Leffel is a Registered Associate Marriage and Family Therapist who works with adolescents and adults, individuals and couples. She received her Masters in Counseling Psychology from The Wright Institute in Berkeley and also sees clients at the Marina Counseling Center and at William Cobb Elementary in San Francisco. When working with clients, her goal is to help them move forward in wellness and balance, with confidence to enjoy new experiences and new tools to use when future challenges inevitably come up.