Amanda Dluzak
Level 2 Trained

Amanda Dluzak

MFT 118464

2500 Old Crow Canyon Rd, Ste. 218 San Ramon, CA  94583 United States
3637 Grand Ave. Ste. B Oakland, CA  94610 United States
Provides online therapy



Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday

Insurance Accepted


Payment Methods
  • Credit cards
  • Degree: MA, Somatic Counseling Psychology
  • Field: Marriage and Family Therapy
  • Year graduated: 2014
  • Practice since: 2013
  • License states: California

My approach to couples counseling is practical, evidence-based, and designed to help you repair and deepen your relationship.
Perhaps like you, I'd been to several different couples counselors. When I sat on the other side of the "couch," I found that while my counselors were very nice, the therapy wasn't particularly helpful. It seemed I always ended up in the same place with the same problems!
My aim is to (politely) interrupt the cycles that lead you both down rabbit holes, to offer you common-sense alternatives, and to guide you confidently as you try new skills.
Not every counselor is thoroughly trained to work with couples-- couples counseling is very different than individual therapy. I have found that since implementing Gottman Method Couples Counseling, my couples get better faster, graduating from counseling as happier, healthier couples.
I especially love working with couples who are struggling with infertility, pregnancy loss, stillbirth, or infant death. Grieving as a couple can be challenging when trauma prevents you from turning towards each other for comfort. Helping couples to understand their grief together is a powerful way of finding a "New Normal." Even after the most painful loss of your life, you can deepen your connection, strengthen your friendship, and find comfort in your relationship.

Special populations

Perinatal Bereavement

  • Online Therapy
  • Individual
  • Couples
  • Affairs
  • Anxiety
  • Depression
  • Infertility
  • Pre Marital
  • Sexual Abuse
  • Sexual Dysfunction
Specialized Ages
  • Adults