Matthew Fishleder

Office at: San Francisco

“The curious paradox is that when I accept myself just as I am, then I can change.” -Carl Rogers

As a man, it is a unique privilege and honor to be part of women’s journeys through the changes, uncertainties, and excitement of pregnancy and postpartum. I have years of experience working with women and families facing a variety of challenges. My role is to offer women the education, resources, and support needed to have healthy pregnancies and a rewarding bond with their babies.

My areas of clinical interest include: depression, anxiety, trauma, substance use, domestic violence, parenting, sibling transitions.

I joined Kaiser Permanente in 2017.

I was born in the Richmond district of San Francisco and lived in Marin County for much of my youth. I have been living in San Francisco since 2006, and proud to call the Bay Area my home. I enjoy spending time with my family, mindful walks in nature with my dog, and savoring quiet moments of meditative reflection.

B.A. in Humanities with focus in Psychology from New College of California in 2007.

M.A. in Counseling Psychology from The Wright Institute in 2011.

Clinical Practicum at McAuley Institute, St. Mary’s Medical Center in 2011.