Howard Ramseur, Ph.D.
License:   PSY 18204   

Individual Psychotherapy with Adults

north Berkeley; cross street: Solano Ave

Howard Ramseur, Ph.D.
919 The Alameda, Suite 5
Berkeley, CA 94707


Welcome to the website of Dr. Howard Ramseur.

If you want more satisfying relationships, unblocked career growth, less stress and better mood, a more positive sense of yourself and life's possibilities, consult with a Harvard trained psychologist with 25 years experience working successfully with individual adults of all backgrounds.

I specialize in working with professionals and executives to resolve barriers to career and personal success, with writers and students to end writer's/thesis block,and helping individuals to establish more satisfying personal and family relationships.

My clients experience me as easy to talk with, as having an empathic and interactive style, and as flexible and goal oriented in my therapeutic approach.
I am comfortable working in a variety of ways; e.g., in a short term problem solving mode, or in longer term self exploration where you are striving to make major changes in your self concept, relationships, or career.

I received my Ph.D. at Harvard University, was a pre-doctoral fellow at Massachusetts General Hospital, a post doctoral fellow at MIT's Medical Department and the Dr. SC Fuller, CMHC in Boston, MA. I am currently a staff psychologist with Kaiser Permanente and in private practice.

A 1000 mile journey begins with the first step, so please call or email for a free telephone consultation to discuss your goals for therapy and my practice in north Berkeley.


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Office Information:

To schedule an appointment or set up a free telephone consultation to discuss your situation and my practice, please call my answering service at 510-273-9288 or send me an email. Please leave a call back number and best times to reach you in the near future.

My office is located in north Berkeley, CA:

919 The Alameda, Suite 5
Berkeley, CA 94707

If you believe you need immediate assistance, please call your local emergency number (911), or go to your local emergency room.