Sonoma County

Behavioral and Mental Health

Behavioral challenges, emotional difficulties, and mental health issues often reveal themselves in childhood and early adulthood. These challenges and issues can impact a young person’s functioning at home, in school, and in community. We view therapy as a partnership between youth, parents, other caregivers, and the clinician. Together, we help young people identify and understand their feelings, learn effective coping skills, and begin to heal from life’s challenges.

Community Counseling
Community Counseling
From short term, intensive crisis intervention to longer term case management and family support, Community Counseling clinical services...

Early Intervention

Failing grades, truancy, acute behavior challenges, or drug and alcohol use can start early. That’s why intervention must start early too, if we want to divert and prevent the escalation into more serious and dangerous behavior.

YouThrive
YouThrive
YouThrive works with 11 to 18-year-olds who are on the precipice of troubling behavior, or already immersed in it, and engages them...

Youth Justice

Too many young people get stuck in the juvenile justice system because they don’t have access to mental health services and comprehensive treatment. Their psychiatric issues may be precursors to their criminal offenses, and untreated, may impede their rehabilitation, too.

ReFocus
ReFocus
ReFocus works to address the mental health needs of juvenile offenders and their families, and facilitate restorative justice practices...
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