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Welcome to Langniappe
Langniappe’s therapists are here to help you overcome the barriers to your success, find joy, heal, recover and revel in your life!
Langniappe’s vision is to provide a space where psychotherapy meets the needs of anyone who feels that they would benefit from it. At Langniappe we understand, all of the aspects of life that can impact mental health. Our aim is to create a space, where clients feel seen and heard by their therapist. We are especially encouraging to BIPOC and LGBTQ clients seeking therapy.
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At Langniappe we are dedicated to helping you find the right therapist. We especially want to ensure that you can find a therapist who understands you and can relate to your unique experience.
Langniappe is proud to offer sound clinical services backed by 40+ years of combined experience and the ability to step up to the therapy needs of clients in the 21st century.
At Langniappe, licensed therapists from diverse backgrounds offer a range of therapy services for a variety of issues. Our therapists are skilled in their areas of expertise and also bring a working knowledge of oppressive social issues that impact the lives
of our clients.
We work to provide a safe, affirming experience for everyone who chooses to have therapy at Langniappe.
We are well aware of the stigma of seeking therapy and the courage it takes to open up to someone who is a stranger to you. As you build a relationship with your therapist you will begin to feel more comfortable and secure in your decision to have therapy.
If you’re seeking to work with a top psychotherapist and counselor in Oakland CA, get in touch with us.
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All that you touch, you change
All that you change, changes you …
Parable of the Sower by Octavia E. Butler
“As long as we are not ourselves, we will try to be what other people are”
– Malidoma Patrice Some (Of Water and Spirit)