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Estee S. Cohen
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(916) 502-9122


I currently do not take insurance, but I do provide documentation for you to send to your insurance company.

Estee S. Cohen


License: PSY18366




Adults (18+)


ADHD, Anxiety, Coping Skills, Depression, Grief, Stress Management

Chronic Pain, Loneliness, Panic Attacks, Self Esteem, Trauma, Traumatic Brain Injury


With support and collaboration, I provide a safe space to explore unique challenges, build healthy coping, and tap into strengths. I assist those experiencing stress, anxiety, grief and loss, and those coping with ADHD, illness and injury.


Hi. My name is Estee Cohen. I'm a Clinical Psychologist with an office in Sacramento and a Telehealth practice throughout California.

I've been practicing in the field of Psychology for nearly 20 years and I find great value in the therapy process. I have a supportive and interactive therapy style and use a blend of techniques to help my clients explore their unique behavioral and emotional patterns, tap into their strengths and develop adaptive tools for coping with the challenges they may be facing.

I work with adults of all ages and have extensive experience in both clinical and neuropsychology. Some issues my clients bring to therapy include: management of anxiety, ADHD, coping with life transitions or
heightened stress due to life's circumstances, and coping with illness or injury.

Therapy is a unique process for everyone and it's important that you feel safe and comfortable with the therapists you choose. Whether you're considering therapy for the first time or returning to therapy I look forward to hearing from you and exploring how i may be of help to you.


As a licensed clinical psychologist, I have been practicing in the field of psychology for over 20 years. Many individuals with whom I work are experiencing heightened stress, anxiety and depression in response to life circumstances, such as health issues, parenting and relationship challenges, past trauma, and other provocative life situations.

I offer a supportive environment to explore the ways in which such challenges may be motivating my clients to feel and behave as they do. My style is supportive and interactive. With a background in cognitive behavioral and psychodynamic therapies, I use a blend of techniques to help my clients explore their unique emotional and behavioral patterns, tap into their strengths, and develop adaptive tools for managing the challenges they may be facing.

I also have extensive experience in the field of neuropsychology and in working with individuals who struggle with ADHD, brain injury, illness and pain. I support my clients as they grieve their unique losses and, through directed collaboration, help them to identify coping resources that are serving them well and to consider additional accommodations and adaptations that may help them embrace themselves, lead fulfilling lives, and function at their best.

Each therapeutic relationship is unique, and I look forward to learning about you and discussing how I can best support you.


Clinical Psychologist, Private Practice
I have worked in private practice for 20 years, providing both therapeutic and assessment support to adult clients. For many of these years, I worked as a staff psychologist with Valley Neuropsychological Services, addressing the mental and physical health challenges that accompany injury, pain and loss.

Adjunct Professor, California State University at Sacramento (CSUS)
During my tenure at CSUS, I taught several undergraduate psychology courses.

Adjunct Clinical Faculty, University of California Davis Medical Center
I supervised clinical psychology postdoctoral fellows in their outpatient work, which included psychotherapy and assessment resources for adult clients.

Postdoctoral Fellow, University of California Davis Medical Center
I worked in both inpatient and outpatient settings and conducted therapy and assessments with children, teens and adult clients.

Psychology Intern, South Texas Veterans Health Care System
I provided psychological support to veterans suffering from substance abuse, trauma, chronic health issues, and geriatric concerns, and served as a consultant to physicians in the general medical clinic.

Member, American Psychological Association

PhD, Clinical Psychology, University of Texas at Austin
MA, Clinical Psychology, University of Texas at Austin
BA, Psychology, University of California at San Diego


Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Neuropsychology, Psychodynamic Therapy

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