Michelle Gannon, PhD is a Clinical Psychologist, Individual and Couples Therapist and Workshop Leader with over 20 years of clinical experience helping individuals, couples and groups lead more meaningful lives and create more satisfying relationships.
Michelle Gannon, PhD is honored to be a Certified Daring Way™ Facilitator which includes training in both The Daring Way™ and Rising Strong™. Michelle is excited to bring Brené Brown’s work to her clients, workshops and trainings.
Michelle is also a Certified Emotionally Focused Therapist and Supervisor/Consultant and is recognized by the International Centre for Excellence in Emotionally Focused Therapy. Michelle teaches and supervises therapists in Emotionally Focused Therapy (EFT), Attachment Theory, Forgiveness and Attunement at the San Francisco Center for Emotionally Focused Therapy (SFCEFT).
Dr Michelle Gannon has co-led over 200 Workshops and Trainings. Michelle co-leads Hold Me Tight Workshop for Couples with Dr. Sam Jinich in San Francisco, Tiburon and Esalen Institute, Big Sur to help couples improve communication, connection, and closeness.
Dr. Gannon received her Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology from the California School of Professional Psychology. She completed her Ph.D. dissertation research on psychotherapy outcome at Stanford University and her postdoctoral and internship training at Kaiser Permanente Medical Center and California Pacific Medical Center. She completed her undergraduate studies at the University of Toronto. Michelle is frequently interviewed about psychology and relationships in the media such as the San Francisco Chronicle, TIME, Huffington Post, PEOPLE, Hitched Mag, CBS Early Show, Evening Magazine TV and many more. Michelle’s clients, students and workshop participants describe her as a warm, active, attuned, empathic and optimistic therapist. She cares deeply and helps people explore and express their feelings, increase understanding of themselves and others, heal from painful experiences, increase empathy and reach for each other for more closeness and connection.
To learn more about Michelle’s work, please visit DrMichelleGannon.com
Beth Jaeger-Skigen, LCSW is a licensed psychotherapist, relationship expert and leadership/organizational consultant with over twenty years of experience in her San Francisco private practice.
Beth completed her undergraduate and graduate degrees at the University of Pennsylvania. Beth is a Certified Daring Way™ Facilitator which includes training in both The Daring Way™ and Rising Strong™. Beth is also endorsed by the International Centre for Excellence in Emotionally Focused Therapy as a Certified EFT Therapist and Supervisor/Consultant.
Beth teaches and supervises therapists in Attachment Theory and Emotionally Focused Therapy (EFT) as Faculty at the San Francisco Center for Emotionally Focused Therapy (SFCEFT). Beth is on the Faculty at Esalen Institute, Big Sur.
Beth is committed to working with the community and to empower people to make choices that move them closer to living the lives they want. She is passionate about encouraging and helping people to identify and reduce the choices that take them further from what they want and deserve. Beth is empathic and grounded and she shows with her full self and full heart in all of her work. Clients appreciate that Beth is real, proactive, and attuned to their experience.
Beth Jaeger-Skigen is an international speaker at conferences on topics including infertility, relationships, parenting, life and job transition, separation/divorce, anxiety, and grief and loss.
Beth is frequently interviewed in the media about mental health, relationship issues, and fertility related issues. She has been the featured therapist on several radio, television shows and webinars. She has published a variety of articles and provides international webinars and teleseminars. Beth Jaeger-Skigen provides leadership development, organizational consulting and critical incident debriefing to Fortune 500 companies, Nonprofits and Schools. Beth Jaeger-Skigen works with people to have more satisfying relationships and meaningful, connected and whole–hearted lives.
To learn more about Beth’s work, please visit TherapistSF.org