Licensed as a Psychologist in California, 1974

Registered as a Health Service Provider, 1974

Trained as a Spiritual Director at Mercy Center, Burlingame, 1988


        Dr. Bonnie Ring

          Licensed Psychologist PSY4205

         Spiritual Director and Retreat Leader

​         Episcopal Priest

​​​​​​Welcome to my Website​.​​

Let's start with you. Where are you now in your life?

Are you . . .

       needing someone to talk to who really listens?

       coping with feelings of anxiety, sadness, anger, or loss of interest?

       needing to change: your self, work, realtionships or family life?

       dealing with major life changes?

       exploring spiritual dimensions or faith questions?

These are the typical concerns of people who seek my help.

Whenever a critical event convinces us to seek assistance,

it opens the door to uncovering what is going on inside of us

with a trusted professional.

I would like to be that person in your life.

Why select me?


         After 40 years of experience as a licensed Psychologist

offering psychotherapy, and more than 25 years as a Spiritual

Director and Retreat Leader, I know the ups and downs of life

at every stage. I have experienced them and I have accompanied hundreds of others on their unique individual journeys.


         If you decide to let me become the experienced,  honest

and compassionate companion to your own life experience,

I can help you change. 

You do not have to stay stuck in an unrewarding life or lifestyle.

         A relationship with a Therapist or Spiritual Companion

is one of the greatest gifts we can give ourselves!


        Are you ready to gift yourself?

In such a supportive and encouraging relationship, you can . . .

         examine the significant factors that are influencing you in

every aspect of your life; 

         trust the process of peeling off the layers of self-image and deceit to discover who you really are;

         identify what needs to change to make your life more effective and satisfying;

         learn self-affirming skills;

         identify new coping behaviors and strategies that will make

a difference;

         and discover how a sense of the Holy can expand your hope

and fulfillment.