San Francisco


Shrein Bahrami, LMFT, CEDS, Evolve Founder

Our mission at Evolve Wellness is to ease the process of finding an experienced clinician and provide unparalleled quality of care beginning with the first call. We meet our clients with compassion and hope, ready to share our expertise in order to bring about the changes they are seeking.  Learn more »



Erika Bent, LPCC, LMFT, CEDS, Therapist

I specialize in working with individuals with eating disorders and body image concerns as well as extensive experience working with individuals with anxiety, mood disorders, life transitions, and relational challenges. My treatment philosophy is collaborative; empowering individuals to cultivate their own unique path to wellness.  Learn more »




Sarah Calloway, LCSW, Individual & Couples Therapist

Challenging times in our lives can sometimes feel endless and are often painful. With help, these periods can provide opportunities for healing, change and more intentional connection to yourself, others and the world around you. Whatever your reasons for seeking help, I will greet you with warmth, authenticity, and compassion. I work collaboratively with you throughout the process and provide a safe, nonjudgmental place to address the struggles you are facing.  Learn more »



Anna Clark, LMFT, Therapistannac

My goal is to create a safe, accepting space for my clients where they feel comfortable to show all of themselves and explore what is distressing. Together we can work through what is getting in the way of feeling the happiness and peace you desire and how to remove those obstacles.  I work with people struggling with eating disorders and disordered eating to heal their relationship with themselves, their bodies, and their food.  Learn more »





Rochelle Greenhagen, LMFT, Individual & Group Therapist

I feel passionate about empowering people to love and accept themselves. By putting clients back in touch with their true desires, I strive to help them live more fully and genuinely. My style is warm, intuitive, relational, and heart-centered. I believe therapy is best when it is a highly collaborative experience in which both therapist and client work together to better understand what will facilitate healing.  Learn more »




Tessa Gordon, LMFT,  Individual & Group Therapist

My specialty areas include disordered eating, body image, anxiety, life transitions, relationships, trauma, invisible illnesses/disabilities, perfectionism, shame, and navigating your 20’s and beyond. I have extensive experience working in the field of eating disorders and supporting clients who are living with a complicated relationship with food and/or their bodies. Combining clinical and lived experience with a love of social justice, my passion to help others renegotiate their relationship to these problems is integrated into each part of my work. Learn more »




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Cora Keene, LMFT, Individual & Couples Therapist

I am passionate about supporting and empowering people to connect with themselves and their community. Utilizing a compassion-focused, systemic approach, I work collaboratively with individuals, couples, and families to connect, grow, and heal toward their highest self. I believe in the power of showing up in your life fully, authentically – nourishing your body, heart, and mind.  Learn more »





Nicole Klawitter, Registered Dietitian

My goal is to create an understanding and relationship with food and nutrition based on individual needs and evidence-based nutrition information. I want my clients to appreciate the role balanced nutrition can play in one’s physical and emotional health. By developing supportive, simple strategies and non-diet approaches to eating, I help individuals create a relationship with food based on nourishment rather than deprivation. Learn more »




Rebecca Lee, Registered Dietitian

My aim is to connect food with positive experiences that nourish our bodies and delight our senses. This can feel radical in today’s fear-based diet culture, full of rules and “shoulds,” but I know firsthand that it’s possible. As we grant ourselves permission to find joy in eating, we will create our own definition of “healthy.” I truly believe food has the power to elevate our lives. Learn more »