Independent TherapistsThe psychotherapists listed below are not employees of The Pratt Center. They are sole proprietors who sublease space in our suite. We have worked with them for many years, and we recommend them without reservation. Please contact them directly for information about their services.
Kathleen Hagino, Psy.D.
650-383-7655 | firstname.lastname@example.org | www.drhagino.com
Licensed Psychologist, PSY19528
I have worked as a licensed psychologist specializing in individual psychotherapy with children, adolescents and young adults for more than a decade. I have expertise in both talk and play therapies, helping people to understand their feelings and work through difficult situations. Using a gentle and compassionate manner, I invite participation so we can work together to effectively address your needs. I offer a combination of approaches I tailor specifically for you to promote your emotional growth and well-being. When working with children, I also provide support for parents regarding behavior management and communication with their children. With adolescents and young adults, I work collaboratively in setting goals and empowering them to achieve success and happiness. Having previously worked as a classroom teacher at both the K-12 and graduate school levels, I have more than twenty years of experience working with children, adolescents and young adults. I earned a Doctor of Psychology degree at the Wright Institute, which is fully accredited by the American Psychological Association (APA).
Jill Krafts, M.S.W., L.C.S.W.
650-383-8105 | email@example.com | www.jillkraftslcsw.com
Licensed Clinical Social Worker, LCS21789
Welcome! My name is Jill Krafts. Since 2000, I have been helping adolescents and adults to improve their mood, manage stress and feel more joyful about their lives. I have extensive experience in treating depression, and I have a specialty in treating anxiety, panic attacks, unwanted thoughts and repetitive behaviors. I am direct and honest with my clients, and I focus on practical ways to solve problems. I also use humor as a powerful ally in helping people analyze and change their thoughts, feelings and behaviors. I primarily use Cognitive-Behavior Therapy (CBT), but I use other therapy approaches as well. It is important that my clients can identify progress from our work together. I grew up in Arizona and then came to the Bay Area to complete a Bachelor of Arts degree at Stanford University in psychology and communication. I then received my Master of Social Work degree at San Jose State University. I have been a Licensed Clinical Social Worker since 2003. I worked in the Adult Psychiatry Department at Kaiser Santa Clara for 12 years, providing individual and group therapy. I live in San Jose with my husband, two children and our dog.
Christina Morris, Psy.D.
650-383-7229 | firstname.lastname@example.org | www.drchristinamorris.com
Licensed Psychologist, PSY26803
Welcome! My name is Dr. Christina Morris, and I specialize in psychotherapy for children, adolescents and families. I support children and adolescents facing depression, anxiety, risky behaviors, school issues, self-esteem and identity issues. I also help with parent-child conflicts while providing parenting support to strengthen family relationships. I provide compassionate support to children with developmental disabilities and their families. I utilize evidenced-based treatments, such as cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT), dialectical-behavioral therapy (DBT) and family systems therapy (FST). I work collaboratively and empathetically with clients to encourage personal growth and allow clients to thrive. I was awarded my doctorate degree from American School of Professional Psychology, a program with full accreditation from the American Psychological Association.
Sara Saatchi, Psy.D.
650-684-SARA (7272) | Drsarasaatchi@gmail.com | www.DrSaraSaatchi.com
Licensed Psychologist, PSY23353
I provide psychotherapy for children and parents. I support clients facing anxiety, depression, bullying, social skill development, trauma, loss, parenting and co-parenting issues. I also provide consultation to schools on behalf of a child when needed. Children’s emotional development is closely related to the quality of the attachment with their caregiver. Therefore, I help to enhance the quality of parent-child interactions, bonding and communication. I support children and parents with issues related to parental separation, divorce, co-parenting, adoption and foster care. My work is primarily based on attachment theory, and I use psychodynamic and cognitive-behavior therapy (CBT) interventions when appropriate. I use humor and direct communication to support both children and families to de-stress and work through emotional roadblocks. In addition to my clinical work, I have taught courses in mental health at DeAnza College.