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Reading for All
Author
How to Be An Adult
David Richo
Man’s Search for Meaning
Viktor Frankl
When Things Fall Apart
Pema Chödrön
The Body Keeps the Score
Bessel van der Kolk
Trauma and Recovery
Judith Herman
The Drama of the Gifted Child
Alice Miller
Will I Ever Be Good Enough?
Karyl McBride
The Gift of Fear
Gavin de Becker
Codependent No More
Melody Beattie
Free Play: Improvisation in Life and Art
Stephen Nachmanovitch
Far from the Tree
Andrew Solomon
Reading for Relationships
Author
Hold Me Tight
Sue Johnson
Attached
Amir Levine
Wired for Love
Stan Tatkin
How to Be An Adult in Relationships
David Richo
Mating in Captivity
Esther Perel
The State of Affairs
Esther Perel
After the Affair
Janis A. Spring
Reading for Sex
Author
Passionate Marriage
David Schnarch
Good Sex
Jessica Graham
Magnificent Sex
Peggy Kleinplatz
Come As You Are
Emily Nagoski
Sexual Intelligence
Marty Klein
Healing Sex: A Mind-Body Approach to Healing Sexual Trauma
Staci Haines
Scarleteen Sex Ed
SF Mental Health
Non-emergency
ACCESS for Medi-Cal
(415) 557-5000
SF Behavioral Health Resource Guide
SF Alcoholics Anonymous
SF Al-Anon
Center for Harm Reduction
Refuge Recovery
Parents Place
Safe and Sound for families
SF Child Abuse Report
(800) 856-5553
Huckleberry Youth Programs
(415) 668-2622
Domestic and Sexual Violence Resources
SF Free Basic Needs
Low fee private practice clinics
SF Crisis Resources 24/7
Call 911 in emergency
Nat’l Suicide Hotline
(800) 273-8255
Nat’l Domestic Violence Hotline
(800) 799-7233
Mobile Crisis Team
(415) 970-4000
Comprehensive Child Crisis
(415) 970-3800
Peer Run WARM Line
(855) 845-7415
Linea de Apoyo (Español)
(415) 989-5212
TALKLine for parents
(415) 441-5437
Huckleberry Youth Crisis
(415) 621-2929
LGBTQ Youth Crisis
(866) 488-7386
“Here we are, trapped in the amber of this moment. There is no why.” – Kurt Vonnegut
Deva is a psychotherapist practicing in the downtown Financial District of San Francisco, CA (LMFT #103816). She has worked with clients aged 6 to 88 in different settings since 2011. These days, she helps individuals and couples get more in tune with their wants and needs. She has a special focus on sexuality and folks of mixed ethnic or racial backgrounds.

She slightly prefers pie over cake, but loves dogs and cats equally.
582 Market St., San Francisco, CA 94104 · 415-496-6660

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