Frequently Asked Questions

What does interfaith mean?

It means that our staff welcomes people of every faith, as well as those with no expressed faith preference. We recognize the innate value of every human being, regardless of their background or circumstance. Our clinicians are willing to use faith as a resource for clients, both during a session and in planning treatment. It also means that staff are specially trained in how to utilize spirituality as a resource for treatment, when a client so desires.

How can counseling help?

If you are exploring this web site, chances are that you are looking for help for yourself or someone you love. There is something amiss; inner conflict, relationship conflict, depression or anxiety may be interfering with quality and joy in your life or the life of your family. Sometimes you need someone with more distance or training in order to make the changes that you would like to make.

How can a therapist help?

Therapists can look for the blocks that stand in the way of a new life. Child therapists can watch children at play to discover what is troubling them and help parents learn new method through our [ Parent-Child Interaction Therapy (PCIT) ] Program. Families seeking treatment for a child with autism can benefit from everyday interventions from our [ Play Project or Flooortime ] programs. Therapists can also guide children in activities and play that heal abuse or inner conflict. Couple and family therapists can help each member to know what he/she can do to change the patterns that keep everyone stuck.

Is it difficult to get started?

Making the decision to get help is often the most difficult part of the process. Our culture gives all of us the impression that we should be able to handle everything in our life on our own, but that is an illusion that can cost us a great deal. You can reach out and start that process by sending us an e-mail at [ ] or by calling 909-793-1078. We honor many insurances. Fees can be adjusted to income and family size.