Given the current restrictions due to COVID-19 we are making our practice virtual and offering therapy over telemedicine. This allows us to continue providing support for our patients and to extend our services to residents all over the state of California.
If during this time of social isolation you find yourself feeling more depressed and anxious or notice that your drug or alcohol use becomes problematic, reach out to us to discuss resources. If we can’t help you, we’ll connect you to someone who can.
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We offer individual and group substance abuse treatment for people who want to change or stop their substance use and support groups for loved ones of people who use drugs and alcohol.
Not everyone we work with struggles with problematic substance use. Because addiction is complex, we also have expertise in addressing underlying issues such as anxiety, depression, and trauma.
We enjoy working with folks seeking personal growth or having difficulty with a stage or area of their life. Our staff has expertise working with children, teens, and young adults. We proudly serve people of color, folks with disabilities, and the LGBTQIA, kink, and poly communities using a social justice lens.
Telemedicine, or telehealth, means meeting with your provider over video chat or phone. Telemedicine is not a perfect solution and comes with risks to confidentiality. Although we use HIPAA compliant and encrypted technologies, there is always the risk of breach. Please review our Telemedicine Informed Consent to learn more.