Beyond my enjoyment and collaboration with visual arts and dance, I earned a masterís degree in music composition from the Eastman School of Music. I received several awards for my compositions, and my music has been played in both concerts and films worldwide. Always, the inspiration for my music has been relationship dynamics and emotions, and it is my overriding interest in the human condition that ultimately compelled me to become a therapist.
I am familiar with the tides of creativity, flooding and vanishing unannounced. How this impacts the sense of oneself as well as ones relationships.
I am familiar with the search for a voice, the effort involved to find, define, refine, and to expand it.
I am familiar with what it is like to feel estranged in a world enamored with convention and materialism but finding myself no more at ease in the waters that spilled-out over the mainstream.
I am familiar with the effort to make a living of ones passion.
I am familiar with why we do this.
I work with clients to contain their storms and to dissolve their blocks, to balance a creative life with a practical one, to make a step forward, backward, or sideways with integrity, to safely explore unknown depths and regions. Whether itís time to take something to a different level or into a new realm, I have found that therapy can be helpful in these endeavors.
Aaron J. Feldman, LMFT is a licensed Marriage & Family Therapist offering individual and couples counseling & psychotherapy. His offices are in Walnut Creek and Pinole, easily accessible from Antioch, Bay Point, Benecia, Clayton, Concord, Crockett, Danville, El Cerrito, Hercules, Lafayette, Martinez, Orinda, Pittsburg, Pleasant Hill, Point Richmond, Richmond, Rodeo, San Pablo, and San Ramon. He specialized in working with clients on anger management, high conflict and abusive relationships (including domestic violence), communication, intimacy, and other significant personal and relationship problems.