About Dr. Tyminski


My psychotherapy practice is located in central San Francisco. I am a certified adult and child Jungian psychoanalyst. I work with adults dealing with issues like relationship turmoil, career change, creative obstacles, work stress, and major life transitions. I also see children and adolescents, as well as their parents, to treat a variety of family, developmental, and adjustment issues. I have published articles in different professional journals on topics about adolescence, addiction, group therapy, social skills development, and dreams. I also provide consultation to other mental health professionals, both in person and by phone.

 

I have a doctoral degree in mental health from the University of California at San Francisco. I teach there in the Department of Psychiatry. I have an M.B.A. degree from the Haas School of Business at UC Berkeley. For 14 years, I led a non-profit organization devoted to treating troubled children and their families. We had a diverse, highly qualified staff, and the agency has been repeatedly recognized for its creativity, productivity, and the dedication of staff and board members. 

 

I am not a member of any insurance panels for anyone seeking psychotherapy from an "in-network provider". Many insurance plans, such as "PPOs", accept bills from "out-of-network" clinicians. If you choose that route, I can assist you with documentation that you would submit to your carrier. It is up to prospective patients to contact their insurance carrier to find out if they might be eligible to obtain reimbursement on their own.

 

• Phone: (415) 552-1747

• Office Hours: 9AM-5PM, Monday-Friday, Pacific Standard Time, USA.

• You can also e-mail me: robert.tyminski@ucsf.edu

 

Office location: 2191 Market Street, Suite E, San Francisco, CA 94114

 
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