Bay Area Health Psychology  

Our Sevices: Patients

Bay Area Health Psychology provides services to patients, physicians and providers.

Telepsychology Services via the Internet

During the Coronavirus pandemic, all services are available via telepsychology: the internet and video-telephone. Zoom, Skype, FaceTime, WhatsApp, Facebook Messenger, Microsoft Teams, Google Meet, GoToMeeting, or Cisco Webex.

Psychotherapy and Counseling

Psychotherapy services are available for individuals, couples and families. Services are available for patients of all ages: adults, seniors, teens and children. When appropriate or necessary, services are provided in collaboration with patients' psychiatrist, Primary Care Physician (PCP), or medical specialist.

Couples/Marital Therapy

Therapy for couples wishing to improve their relationship or resolve conflicts is provided by Bay Area Health Psychology. Dr. Feinstein's approach is based on research from UCLA that focuses on couples dynamics and the interactive communication patterns between partners. Dr. Feinstein also completed Gottman Level 2 Couples Therapy training. Call to learn about this novel approach or to schedule an appointment: (650) 999-0220.

Co-Parenting Counseling (including Court-ordered)

Dr. Feinstein and Dr. Mosk are listed by the San Mateo Family Court as providers of co-parenting counseling, including court-ordered counseling. Two models are used: (a) collaborative co-parenting in which the co-parents work toward improved communication and collaborative problem-solving, and (b) parallel co-parenting for highly contentious divorces and custody disputes in which the co-parents work to set up mutually agreed-upon guidelines and routines to support minimal contact and avoid conflict. Call to learn more or to schedule an appointment: (650) 999-0220.

Weight & Health Management

Therapy for weight loss, and health lifestyle behaviors is available.

Career Consulting

Career consulting is available, including strategies for corporate life from start-up through large matrix organizations, especially in IT or software. These services are provided by Dr. Feinstein and Dr. Mosk who, in addition to their experience as psychologists, have worked as senior officers in large and small corporations. Areas of focus include work-life balance, stress management, team building, and corporate leadership and communication.

Areas of Specialty

The specialty areas for which we provide services include the following:

● Depression ● Coping with Medical Conditions
● Anxiety, Panic and Phobias ● Medication and Regimen Adherence
● Shyness and Social Anxiety ● Care Giver Stress and Life Balance
● Self-Esteem and Self-Image ● Sleep Disorders and Nightmares
● Stress, Anger, Sadness ● Parent Skills Training
● Grief and Bereavement ● Divorce and Blended Families
● Social SKills and Relationships ● Work and Career Issues
Weight Loss and Maintenance ● Managing the Corporate Culture

Our Approach to Psychotherapy

We use two primary approaches to therapy: Cognitive Behavior Therapy or CBT, and Behavioral Analysis. A lot of information is available on the Internet about CBT in general (click here), and about how CBT is used to treat various conditions such as depression, anxiety, eating disorders, and insomnia. Both Dr. Feinstein and Dr. Mosk trained in the 1980s and 1990s with the pioneering clinical researchers who created the field of CBT, and have had years of clinical and research experience using CBT methods and benefiting from the ongoing evolution in the field.

Within the field of Behavioral Analysis is a specialty called Applied Behavioral Analysis, also referred to as "ABA". This type of treatment is most commonly known for its effectiveness with children and adults with Autism, Asperger's Syndrome, and other Autism Spectrum Disorders. Click here to learn more about ABA. Behavioral Analysis is also very effective in helping patients to build health lifestyle behaviors into their daily activities, such as physical activity and medication adherence, switching to healthy low-calorie foods, and maintaining records.

Bay Area Health Psychology also provides Dialectical Behavior Therapy, or DBT (click here for information about DBT) in collaboration with other DBT clinicians. DBT is a variation of CBT that helps patients learn new skills including increasing self-acceptance, awareness of thoughts and behavior patterns (via record keeping), and tolerance for difficult emotions. Four of the primary skills areas emphasized in DBT are Mindfulness, Distress Tolerance, Emotion Regulation, and Interpersonal Effectiveness. Many DBT programs offer additional skills development.



Telephone: (650) 999-0220

Fax: (855) 999-0220

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Our mailing address:
3860 West Naughton Ave.
Belmont, CA 94002

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