Call or text to book your first session: 510-373-2723

About Evergreen Counseling

Who We Are:

Evergreen Counseling is a group therapy practice located in Berkeley, California. Evergreen serves individual adults, teens, adult couples, and families from the Bay Area and beyond, helping them navigate the tougher, more confusing times in life with skilled, warm, and comprehensive support.


Why We Do What We Do:

Here at Evergreen Counseling, we believe that life can be hard sometimes (it can also, of course, be beautiful and wonderful!). And when it gets hard, we believe that everyone deserves an abundance of support, someone they can safely and confidentially turn to to help figure things out, make sense of their situation, and figure out how to get to where they want to be. Our singular goal is to help you feel better in your day-to-day life.


What Makes Us Different:

We know that modern life is busy, full, and complex. So we’ve designed Evergreen Counseling to account for that. From our online booking and scheduling system to having therapists who work early morning, late evening, and weekend hours, to online therapy and phone session options, to maintaining a handpicked referral list of other local providers in the Bay Area, our goal is to help make therapy feel more accessible and to get you the kind of supports your modern life needs.

Want To Work With Us? 

We invite you to give us a call at 510-373-2723 or to book an initial consult session online so that we can match you up with one of our wonderful counselors and get your first therapy session booked right away.

Book an Appointment for Therapy in Berkeley

If you're ready to book an appointment with one of our therapists at Evergreen, simply click below to book your initial consultation session and then we'll get you matched up and booked right away.

If you'd like to get in contact with us to ask other questions, call or text us at (510) 373-2723 or simply send us a message through this contact form. We look forward to hearing from you!

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