Laura Y. Domash, LCSW        
 Licensed Psychotherapist
 San Francisco, CA


Congratulations! You are moving in the right direction by seeking help.  Getting the help you need is a sign of personal strength.

Beginning therapy is a significant step on your journey to create an extraordinary life. Use this website to learn about my unique approach to therapy, and to help you decide if I am the right therapist with whom to begin this important process. 

What made you stop here on your journey?

  1. Are you ready to make long lasting changes in your life but you aren’t sure how?

  1. Have you achieved a great deal but happiness still feels elusive?

  1. Do you struggle with hopelessness, self-doubt and apprehension? 

  1. Are you are stuck in destructive patterns of coping, such as alcohol or other drug use, isolation, problems with food and body image, or remaining in unsatisfying relationships?

  1. Have you recently experienced a major life transition, such as an end to a relationship, a death, or a job change, and have feelings of sadness or anxiety that won’t lift?

  1. Is your self-esteem low or are you confused about who you are and what you truly value?

If you answered yes to any of these questions, you can find relief and real solutions.

You are now being presented with an exceptional opportunity! You’re being asked to embark on a path that leads to freedom from the past and the possibility of a contented and meaningful life. I can safely support you on your healing journey.

No matter how disappointed you’ve been in the past, no matter how resigned or weary you’ve become, healing is available to you. A life worth living belongs to all of us. Finding and honoring your truth is where the healing begins.


"Between stimulus and response there is a space. In that space is our power to choose our response. In our response lies our growth and our freedom."

-Viktor E. Frankl

“I am not what happened to me....I am what I choose to become.”

-Carl G Jung

“Not everything that is faced can be changed, but nothing can be changed unless it is faced.”

-James Baldwin