Welcome! I’m Sean Sullivan, a San Francisco-based psychologist and therapist. In my psychotherapy and coaching practice set in a peaceful historic park in Presidio of San Francisco I work with clients to address challenges and achieve personal goals.
After I clearly understand your current situation, I can help you make lasting changes. I’ll show you how to apply what recent psychology and brain science have taught us about coping with stress, anxiety, depression, challenging relationships or marriages, existential issues and achieving personal goals.
We’ll create a plan based on your unique situation and personal preferences. I’m your personal therapist or coach. I’ll teach you what we now know about how to blend some remarkable new discoveries of brain science into your life to make personal changes.
Once you feel satisfied that you are moving toward where you want to be emotionally, we can also consider a more structured approach. 30-Day Brain hosts programs that train you step-by-step to achieve specific work, athletic or personal goals.
Each of these resources will show you how powerful your brain can be when you know how to use it to effectively influence your emotional, and physical, experience.
Of course, I also invite you to browse through this website to learn more. If you decide I may be a good fit as your therapist, please contact me by phone at (415) 335-7542 or email me at Sean@DrSeanSullivan.com.
“Dr. Sullivan is a game changing new voice in the psychology of peak performance.” –Mark Sanchez, former NFL quaterback
Dr. Sean Sullivan’s Practice was awarded as one of the top Psychology practices in San Francisco, 2015.
“I didn’t want The Mind Master Journey to end.” –Tabatha Gray
“A STUNNING work about the brain’s potential–and it is beyond insightful!” –Barbara Rainess
“Thank you, Dr. Sean, for making it available to all who are ready to awaken with the help of moder psychology science.” –Bob Kondek
“The Mind Master Journey has given me a clearer vision of what I truly desire out of my one precious life.” –Sonali Balakrishna