• John “Yianni” Gianopulos, AMFT 134724

    Anxiety, Loneliness, Relational Issues
    (650) 275-3370
    Supervised by Jeremy Lun Hao Easton, LMFT 48646

    Do you feel overwhelmed with challenging emotions, like anxiety, sadness, or anger? Are you spread thin with responsibilities and doubting your capacity to cope? Maybe you are in a relationship that is a source of tension, and you’re feeling frustrated and alone instead of fulfilled and connected. Maybe your career has lost its excitement or your deeply-held passions have waned. You feel stuck but you don’t know why.

    If you can relate, know there is hope and you are not alone. Therapy is a space to heal and grow, beginning from the first session. It is a space to find support, gain insight, learn new tools for navigating your thoughts, emotions, and relationships. It is a space to address past wounds and make meaningful life changes, so you can flourish.

    If this is the supportive space you need, I invite you to call for a free 15-minute consultation. I look forward to connecting with you.


    Yianni is an Associate Marriage and Family Therapist (AMFT) with a master’s degree in Counseling Psychology from Santa Clara University and is on his way towards licensure. He works with teens and adults and has previously worked as a therapist in the school and non-profit clinic settings. His previous career was in science and engineering, so he’s familiar with how demanding Silicon Valley tech culture can be. He has spent formative years in both the USA and the Mediterranean, giving him an appreciation for the importance of adapting therapy to one’s cultural identity. His style is warm, attentive, and nonjudgmental, making space for authentic expression.


    Fluent in English and Greek

    What do you like about being a therapist?

    I find this work meaningful because it involves a lot of what I care about: human connection, empathy, and healing, and the courage it takes to get there. In this work, challenge and loss are transformed into beauty and new life. I find that inspiring!

    What is the best advice you have been given?

    It wasn’t advice, but a question: “What do you want?” It helped me see that our wants, needs, and preferences do matter. There is a balance between caring for ourselves and caring for others; we need a self before we can be selfless.”