Dr. Sheva Feld is a clinical/organizational psychologist in San Francisco and Marin County, California. She specializes in guiding high functioning clients through personal and professional transitions, which include such issues as relationship changes, career shifts and workplace dynamics, grief and loss, and coping with everyday challenges. With over thirty years experience in clinical and organizational settings, she has helped thousands of people discover a path to greater self-awareness and personal well-being.
WIth a focus on creating purpose and meaning, Sheva helps her clients develop effective coping and leadership skills, maneuver and grow with change, successfully address work and personal pressures, develop and enhance natural strengths, and manage the effects of dis-ease and loss. Her goal is to help you identify and integrate your deepest personal values into your mental, physical, and spiritual life. Sheva's breadth of knowledge and experience has formed her belief that when we find meaning, and have a deep sense of purpose, psychological distress and physical illness can resolve, and we enjoy more fulfilling lives.
Sheva continues her own spiritual and psychological journey in her ongoing commitment to personal growth. Since sustaining a personal trauma and learning from the experience, she has led group workshops in addition to working with individuals. She has found that her approach ---weaving her knowledge of the foundations of psychology with a spiritual and mystical perspective --- helps clients gain a stronger sense of self and overall satisfaction with life.
Professional Affiliations and Awards
• Volunteer as a clinical supervisor and educator for doctoral
interns at Community Institute for Psychotherapy in San Rafael,
• Member of Marin County Psychological Association and former Board
• Member of San Francisco Psychological Association
• Former Board member of the California Psychological Association
and past Chair of the Division of Industrial/Organizational Psychology
• Speaker at numerous behavioral health conferences
• Taught at UCSF Medical School, Golden Gate University, and the
California School of Professional Psychology
• Designed and implemented an employee training program, “A Fair
Start” which won PG&E an Affirmative Action award from the Edison
Electric Institute in Washington DC
• Appeared on television and in news articles as an expert on workplace
dynamics, work related stress, and interpersonal dynamics of men
and women in the workplace.
• National radio spokesperson for a research project sponsored by
Mervyn’s of California on the American Woman.