Services

At California Counseling Clinics, we know that therapy can take many forms. We strive to provide a service and an environment that is flexible for the specific needs of each person. We offer individual, couples and family therapy, group therapy, psychiatry, psychological assessments and workshops. Alongside the traditional therapy services that we offer, we provide a unique approach called Solution Focused Single Session Therapy. This therapy approach is evidence-based and allows for individuals to decide how much of our support they need. Many people find that just one session is enough to make a meaningful impact in their lives. We want to encourage people who are new to therapy or are looking to try something different to consider a Single Session with us.

Our team is multi-lingual and are able to provide services in: English, Spanish, and Portuguese.

Solution-Focused Single Sessions

Solution-focused single sessions, also known as one-at-a-time therapy, is an evidence-based, internationally-recognized method to provide highly effective, targeted mental health care at the point that it is most needed.  See our FAQ page for more information.

Individual Therapy

Individual therapy, a most common form of therapy, entails a collaborative process between the patient and the therapist to support the psychological change and improve quality of life.

Psychological Assessments

Psychological assessment is a process of testing that uses a combination of techniques to help to evaluate a person and their behavior, personality and cognitive characteristics.

Couples & Family Therapy

Therapy helps family members improve communication, resolve conflicts, and provide support to one another.

Group Therapy

Group therapy is a form of therapy where a small group of people come together to address certain issues, support each other, grow and learn new skills with the therapist(s) facilitating the process.

Psychiatry

We work with a consulting psychiatrist. Psychiatric services include medication management services with the psychiatrist evaluating the person’s symptoms and suggesting a course of treatment based on the symptoms.