We offer effective clinical outpatient assessments and psychological care for individual adults. We treat a number of mental health disorders but what we do best is work with you to support your goals to develop better coping skills. Learning and developing better coping skills can lead to improved relationships at home and at work, decrease codependent, non-productive behavior, feeling less reactive, and better manage anxiety and depression. We offer a neutral, safe space in which to process your thoughts and feelings, develop inner awareness, value your inner strengths, improve areas of weakness, and ultimately, bring about positive and lasting change.
Our classes provide educational information for participants to learn sensible and relevant techniques. First, to normalize feelings of anger; and rather than react negatively with undesirable behavior, have a "go to," well-practiced technique ready. Anger is a normal emotion; on par with happy, sad, and fear. It's how we react in that emotion that can lead to problems. Learning better coping skills in dealing with anger can promote positive and lasting change that ultimately improves personal and working relationships. Our program was approved by The Orange County Probation Department in 2012 and meets all Court requirements. Classes are co-ed, LGBTQIA-friendly/affirming. Attendees include an equal number of voluntary or self-referred, Court-ordered, and attorney-recommended individuals. If you want to better understand yourself, attend our classes.
Our Pet Loss Support Group has been meeting monthly since it was founded in 2004. Find emotional support when saying good-bye to the pet you love. Attending our support group aids in normalizing your grief in a way that is constructive and aids the healing process through a sense of togetherness and community. Connect with others who grieve over the loss of their fallen hero, share stories, photos and emotions to validate feelings in a safe emotional space. Pet loss is recognized as a form of disenfranchised grief as not all people understand and accept that we can, and do, form and experience deep emotional attachments with our pets. Here, we get it. We want to help others through this difficult time.
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