at The Right Door

  • Tarrah Wauson, MA
    (children, adolescents, women and mothers)
  • Hani Baumgarten, Psy.D.
    (children, adolescents, young adults, and families)
  • Enna Ruth O’Donnell, CPCC, MA
    (adolescents, adults, and couples)
  • Brooke Barnett, Psy.D
    (children, families, young adults)
  • Bonnie Harrison, LCSW
    (adolescents, adults and families)

Scroll down for more information about these psychotherapists and their specialties.

Tarrah Wauson, MA (Thursdays) is a licensed Marriage and Family therapist who specializes in working with children, adolescents, women and mothers. With children and teens, she uses a psychodynamic play based approach, integrating art therapy and biblio-therapy to help build social skills, and she can provide in-home crisis intervention and services for children who are not attending school or have significant behavioral concerns. Tarrah also provides counseling for women and moms, parent coaching and support for parents who have children already in therapy. She is certified to work with women experiencing pre and perinatal mood disorders and to provide in home treatment for postpartum moms. In addition to her private practice, Tarrah is a Clinical Supervisor for the Hospital Diversion Program at Edgewood Center for Children and Families where she has held various clinical roles for the past five years. She earned a Bachelor of Arts degree from California State University-Fullerton and an M.A. from the Institute of Transpersonal Psychology. To schedule with Tarrah or learn more about her practice, please email her at

Dr. Hani Baumgarten (Mondays) has over 20 years of experience in the field of Clinical Psychology. She specializes in working with young adults, teens, children, and families experiencing depression, anxiety, autism, sensory integration, peer and social difficulties, school related struggles, and family discord. She works from a Strength Based model focused on improving quality of life, reducing distressing symptoms, learning and practicing healthy coping strategies, promoting and developing healthy relationships within the family and socially, and healing from trauma. She utilizes a variety of intervention strategies to include DBT, CBT, Art and Play based Therapy, Solution Focused Therapy, and non-punitive behavioral interventions to help shape and promote positive behaviors. Dr. Baumgarten also provides consultation to caregivers regarding advocacy for attaining appropriate support services for their children and teens and coordinates care with other providers. In addition to her private practice, Dr. Baumgarten currently serves as the Director of Crisis and Residential Services at Edgewood Center for Children and Families. She received her doctorate degree from California School of Professional Psychology, and two Bachelor of Arts degrees from San Diego State University, in Psychology and Women’s Studies. To contact Dr. Baumgarten please call her at 415-254-1793 or email her at

Enna Ruth O’Donnell, CPCC, MA (Tuesdays and Wednesdays) is a registered associate marriage and family therapist who specializes in working with adolescents, adults, and couples. She comes to psychotherapy with a background in business, arts, teaching in Bay Area schools, parenting, and care-taking family members. Her work is informed by a lifelong passion for and commitment to human development. Her style is practical, proactive and personal to your unique history, life challenges, and longings. She has an MA in Integral Counseling Psychology from CIIS and continued studies in trauma-informed care and couples counseling. Her trauma-informed care includes Level One EMDR certification, she has completed the Level 2 training in the Gottman therapy method to serve couples, and she teaches Anxiety, and Depression Management CBT informed classes at Kaiser. Her client work is also informed by her interests in creativity, well-being, and spirituality. For more information, please email Enna at 415-553-5433 or

Brooke Barnett, Psy.D (Wednesday & Saturday) is a licensed clinical psychologist who has been working in the field for nearly two decades. Dr. Barnett specializes in working with children, families, and young adults who have experienced trauma and/or attachment disruptions. Other areas of specialization include childhood anxiety and depression, adoption related issues, sensory processing and learning issues, “acting out” behaviors, co-parenting struggles, and life transitions in young adulthood. In addition, to psychotherapy she also provides parent and school consultations, home visiting, and psychoeducational testing. Drawing on attachment, family systems, and psychodynamic theory her clinical approach is holistic, relational, and family- centered. She utilizes a variety of different play and art based interventions during sessions, to help facilitate healing, emotional expression and regulation, along with reflective capacity. Dr. Barnett received her Doctoral degree in Clinical Psychology from the California School of Professional Psychology in 2011. She has trained at Children’s Hospital & Research Center of Oakland in the Early Intervention Services and Behavioral Pediatrics Department, along with completing UCSF’s Child-Parent Psychotherapy training program. In addition to her private practice, Dr. Barnett also serves as Clinical Manager in the Early Childhood Mental Health department at Lincoln, a Bay Area non-profit dedicated to supporting emotionally vulnerable children and families. To learn more about Dr. Barnett and her services, please contact her at: (415) 672-0667 or via email a

Bonnie Harrison, LCSW (adolescents, adults and families) (Wednesdays) has been providing counseling and psychotherapy for individuals and families for 15 years. She brings to her work a focus on strength and attachment, as well as intuition, empathy, and a deep commitment to mental health, building community, equity, and social justice. Using an integrated and individualized approach, Bonnie collaborates with clients to help them decrease stress, create positive change, feel better, improve connections with others and gain a deeper sense of understanding and self-compassion. She draws from modalities such as trauma informed principals, attachment therapy, emotion focused therapy, and Dialectical Behavioral Therapy. Bonnie currently serves the Clinical Director at Homeless Children’s Network, supporting the training and development of newer therapists to provide healing centered, trauma informed supports to children and families in San Francisco. Bonnie received an MSW from UCLA and a Bachelor of Arts degree from Wesleyan University. To contact Bonnie, please call her at (415) 963-3549 or email at

Parents: Don’t see a provider who provides the type of support your child or family needs? Click here to schedule a Parent Guidance Session with Rebecca MurrayMetzger, Psy.D. to discuss your concerns and receive guidance in finding an appropriate provider.


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