Tamara McClintock Greenberg, PsyD, MS
PSYCHOLOGIST • AUTHOR • SPEAKER
SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA
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New Book Now Available
The Complex PTSD Coping Skills Workbook
published by New Harbinger Publications
When Someone You Love Has Complex Trauma
Jed found the love of his life, Lisa, during their last semester of college. They met at a restaurant where they both worked, and their chemistry was practically instantaneous. Lisa was bright and hardworking. She seemed to possess a level of confidence and moxie that...
Been Told Physical Symptoms Are ‘All in Your Head’? Think Again
Going back in the history of psychology and medicine, we’ve been told we are sexually frustrated, that our neuroses lead us to develop physical symptoms, that we are recruiting symptoms for psychological reasons, and in the current landscape of modern medicine, that we are prone to illnesses that “are all in our heads.” Fortunately, current research helps us to understand that some physical illnesses, especially those that are not easily explained, are not made up at all.
Medical Bias Against Overweight Women: 4 Ways to Protect Yourself
Many physicians, whom we often expect should know better, attribute being overweight solely to dietary habits. Weight gain is only partially related to self-control; extra pounds are also the result of genetic, biological and environmental influences.
When Men Are Caretakers
Looking after elderly or ill relatives is stereotyped as a female thing; how does this affect the millions of men who take care of their loved ones?
Appreciating the Life You Have Now
Though many of us spend a lot of time trying to develop power and control, we are often reminded of our limitations. People we love die. Friends and relatives get sick and we cannot save them.
Work with Tamara
As a psychologist, I have over 30 years of experience working with adults, couples, and families with adult children.
I see people impacted by depression, anxiety, trauma, relationship issues, and medical illness.
Click below for more information about my practice in San Francisco.