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Los Angeles LGBT Center

(323) 993-7500

The Los Angeles LGBT Center offers individual, couples, family, and group therapy, as well as psychiatric care. We operate one of the few programs to assist LGBT people involved in domestic and intimate partner abuse and violence. Our programs to combat substance abuse include a renowned outpatient program for those who want to stop or reduce substance use.

Los Angeles LGBT Center

  • 1118 N. McCadden Pl, Los Angeles, CA 90038, US

Clear Recovery Center

(310) 684-9157

Clear Recovery Center is a mental health and substance abuse treatment facility located in Redondo Beach, CA. We offer a wide range of individualized treatment services both in-person and online expertly curated by our world class clinical staff. Our mission is to help our clients and their families by delivering holistic, individualized, and multimodal mental health treatment through an engaging and therapeutic environment using state of the art, evidence based clinical care. Our approach is multidisciplinary harnessing eclectic therapeutic techniques along with case management. As our clients progress through our expertly curated therapeutic, psychiatric, and behavioral curriculum, our treatment focus shifts from acute treatment to the practical application of acquired skills for ongoing health and wellness. Clear offers in-person and online treatment options for individuals and families suffering from mental health issues. Furthermore, we provide a full spectrum of sub acute addiction services ranging from inpatient detox and residential treatment to outpatient PHP and IOP care, as well as aftercare options in the South Bay of Los Angeles, CA.

Clear Recovery Center

  • 201 Herondo St, Hermosa Beach, CA 90277,

Adriana Davidson is a bilingual Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) offering telehealth services for anyone residing in Texas, Vermont & Florida. She works with adolescents and adults individually using an eclectic approach tailored to the unique needs of each new client. In 2016 Ms. Davidson graduated with a Masters in Social Work with a focus in Mental Health & Substance Abuse. Ms. Davidson received specialized mental health and substance abuse clinical training for working specifically with children and youth funded through the US Department of Health & Human Services, Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA). Through several years of internships and employment, she gained experience in non profit, school district, substance abuse facility, outpatient, group practice & home health settings that allowed her to provide quality patient care, individual treatment planning, and a genuine approach to care for people at their most vulnerable moments. The intake process is used as a way to make sure the client feels comfortable moving forward. The treatment plan looks different for everyone but she starts by asking the client what their needs are and expectations in therapy. Ms. Davidson has over 8 years of experience in a variety of settings and with diverse clients, including both long-term and brief interventions. Areas of expertise include anxiety, depression, chronic pain/illness, PCOS/weight gain, family conflict, stress, coping skills, relationship challenges, vocational changes, life transitions, sexuality, and anger management. She has a passion to serve anyone regardless of sexuality or religious beliefs. Adriana believes in offering clients a safe space where they can feel compassion, no judgment, just empathy, and acceptance.

Kindred Spirits Counseling

  • Remote, ,Anna Tx, US

Hear you

(833) 432-7968

HearYou.org offers secure video counseling at a flat fee of $85 per 50-minute session, which is nearly half the cost of a typical counseling session. Promote self-care, positive coping strategies for stress management, and reduce the effects of anxiety/worry, low mood, and grief. Our counselors aren’t just experienced, they’re subject to our rigorous standards of excellence. They’re not here to “solve your case” and move on. They’re here to listen. To be authentic. And most importantly, to care.
SCCC provides comprehensive counseling services at rates based on your ability to pay. We believe everyone should get the care they need, at rates they can afford, for as long as they need counseling. We value and respect every person, honoring their history, cultural values and community context. We envision and work to create empowered communities where mental health care is a right, not a privilege.   Mental health services are provided in two locations: Mid City- 5615 W. Pico Blvd Los Angeles, CA 90019 Watts-10950 S. Central Ave Los Angeles, CA 90059
Everyone can benefit from improving and maintaining the fitness of their mental health. If you're struggling, Moodfit can help you move you toward thriving. If you're thriving, Moodfit can help you build the resilience to keep you there in the face of life's adversities.

Moodfit provides the most comprehensive set of tools for good mental health, and helps you understand what brings your mood up and down.

WAYS TO USE MOODFIT
- To work on a set of personalized daily goals that are your daily mental health workout that include self-care and good practices.
- To reinforce positive messages and create new habits that boost your mood.
- As a mood journal to bring awareness to and analyze your mood.
- As a gratitude journal that can change your brain to see more of the positive in life.
- To process distorted thinking that is causing emotional discomfort using CBT techniques.
- To do structured breathing exercises to quickly increase a sense of calm.
- To learn and practice mindfulness meditation that has been shown to reduce stress.
- To understand the relationship between your mood and lifestyle factors like sleep, exercise and nutrition.
- To track your mood-related medications and better understand what is working.
- To track any custom variables you want to understand how it affects your mood, e.g. your hydration, caffeine intake or interactions with a friend. You can literally track and analyze anything.

WHAT YOU GET
- A secure and detailed record of all your mood-related activities. You can use a passcode to protect your account.
- Charts that show the relationship between your mood and other variables.
- CBT thought record tool to change negative thinking.
- Tools to help you build a gratitude or mindfulness meditation practice.
- Breathing exercises to provide immediate relief in stressful situations.
- Grounding tool to bring attention away from anxiety-producing thoughts.
- Mental health assessments like PHQ-9 and GAD-7.
- Custom reminders to create new thinking based on positive messages.
- Articles, tips and motivation to help keep you on track.

OUR CORE VALUES
- We believe that literally everyone can benefit from working on their mental health.
- We believe that good mental health isn't just the lack of a clinical mental illness. We want to help you fully thrive.
- We believe there isn’t a one-size-fits-all solution to good mental health and that trying different tools and tracking their results is crucial to understand what works for best for you.
This is a general processing group for girls in grades 9-12. Common goals include creating a safe space to process adversities, develop social relationships, and create healthy life skills with other peers. The group is open enrollment and will cap at 7 or 8 members. The group fee is $60/session billed monthly. Please reach out with any additional questions.

High School Girls’ General Processing Group

  • 2200 Pacific Coast Highway Suite 219, Hermosa Beach, California 90254, US

This is a general processing group for girls in grades 6-8. Common goals include creating a safe space to process adversities, develop social relationships, and create healthy life skills with other peers. The group is open enrollment and will cap at 7 or 8 members. The group fee is $60/session billed monthly. Please reach out with any additional questions.

Middle School Girls’ General Processing Group

  • 2200 Pacific Coast Highway Suite 219, Hermosa Beach, California 90254, US

Alcott Center

(310) 785-2121

The Alcott Center offers comprehensive outpatient mental health services to underserved adults 18+, who receive Medi-Cal or have no health benefits. In most instances, mental health services are available at no cost, or, depending on your income, very little cost. Services are provided in office as well as in the field, depending on the need. Under its mental health programs, the agency also provides intensive, wraparound services for those referred to its Full-Service Partnership (FSP).

Alcott Center

  • 1433 S Robertson Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90035, US

Amanda Perez

(424) 241-0288

Making the step to improve your own or a loved one's mental health happens for a variety of reasons; whatever those reasons are, you deserve the best support. Whether my client is a child, adolescent, or adult, I am proud to give you the support and tools that work best towards improvement.
I am specially trained to work with children, youth, and families. I have extensive experience working with adolescents and young adults as well and look forward to being able to provide you with the appropriate therapeutic setting whether it is individual, dyadic/triadic, or in a group.
My primary focus is to ensure that you are seen, valued, and heard. I believe first and foremost in establishing a positive relationship with you and from there continuing to meet your needs as continued levels of respect and trust are established between us.
 

Amanda Perez

  • 2200 Pacific Coast Highway Suite 219, Hermosa Beach, CA 90254, US

Airport Marina Counseling Service (AMCS) provides accessible community based mental health services and provides quality training to therapists. AMCS is a nonprofit, community-based mental health clinic that has been serving the greater LAX region since 1962. From its opening in 1962 to now, AMCS has continued to grow and expand it programs and services. Today, we serve hundreds of individuals, children and families and couples weekly, and our services are provided on a sliding-scale basis. As affordable mental health resources become more difficult to find, more people living further away from AMCS depend upon its services. Though we have no geographical boundaries, the Clinic currently serves the greater LAX area including Westchester, El Segundo, Culver City, Hawthorne, Inglewood, Marina del Rey, Playa del Rey and Venice, Santa Monica, Torrance, South Los Angeles and extended areas of Los Angeles County. AMCS offers comprehensive therapeutic services to individuals, children and families, couples and older adults, many of whom would otherwise have little access to counseling. Open seven days a week, Airport Marina Counseling Service provides an array of successful programs, both at the Clinic and off-site, to meet the needs of people of all ages

Airport Marina Counseling Service

  • 7891 La Tijera Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90045, US

Here at CCHC, Your Health is Our Mission. CCHC serves as a medical home to a diverse population, including low-income and underserved individuals and families. CCHC gladly serves a large immigrant population including Latino, Armenian, and Asian populations. CCHC opens its doors to patients from all demographics and cultures. We are excited to accommodate individuals from all walks of life and to ensure everyone gets the health and wellness services they need. CHCC provides behavioral health and access to social services because this can play an important role in one’s overall health. CCHC has Licensed Clinical Social Workers (LCSWs) available at each site. CCHC’s primary care providers work closely with the behavioral health providers to ensure a coordinated plan of care. Services are intended to meet the patient where they are in their ability to manage their health.

Comprehensive Community Health Centers

  • 801 South Chevy Chase Drive suite 250, Glendale, CA 91205,

Occupational Therapy Training Program (OTTP) provides outpatient behavioral health services to children, families and adults throughout Los Angeles County. Since 1975, OTTP clients have thrived on the principles of occupational therapy which empowers individuals to achieve independence and meaning in their daily lives. By bringing together different scopes of practice--psychotherapy, occupational therapy, psychiatry and case management--OTTP has created a unique, and effective, interdisciplinary model that has helped transform the lives of thousands.

Occupational Therapy Training Program

  • 19401 South Vermont Ave, Torrance, CA 90502, US

OTTP Bright Program

(310) 323-6887

The Bright Program is a free trauma informed mental health group using the Seeking Safety Model. This program is for:
  • Those who have experiences stressful or traumatic events in their life and want to heal from them.
  • Those experience addiction or use substances as a way to cope.
  • Those who want to focus on their strengths and increase them.
  • Those who would like to like to learn new coping skills.
  • Those who want to focus on the present and what they can do right now to create a better life for themselves.
  • Youth ages 13-25 years old

OTTP Bright Program

  • 19401 South Vermont Ave, Torrance, CA 90502, US

Los Angeles County Department of Mental Health provides an array of mental health and supportive services for clients who live with serious mental illness. Services provided include: assessment, therapy, medication, case management/brokerage, crisis intervention, and other supportive services.

Long Beach Mental Health Center

  • 2600 Redondo Ave. 3rd floor, Long Beach, CA 90806, US

The People Concern

(310) 450-4050

The People Concern believes no one should have to live on the street or in a violent household. Our staff, volunteers and those we serve work together to address the effects of homelessness, poverty, mental and physical illness, abuse and addiction. Our programs empower the most vulnerable among us to improve their quality of life – housed, healthy and safe – and become active participants in the community. We also work to educate the broader community and improve public policy.

The People Concern

  • 2116 Arlington Ave. Suite 100, Los Angeles, 90018,

Sierra by the Sea

(844) 828-5635

Sierra by the Sea offers personalized care in a safe and supportive environment for adults age 18 and older who have been struggling with substance use disorders and certain co-occurring mental health challenges. Features of treatment at Sierra by the Sea include multiple levels of care, gender-specific services, and superior clinical support.

Sierra by the Sea

  • 2800 Lafayette Ave, Newport Beach, CA - California 92663,

Two Chairs Therapy

(415) 202-5159

Research shows that a strong client-therapist relationship is the key to great therapy, so we’ve invested in perfecting the match. At Two Chairs, 98% of clients are happy with their first match! That's because unlike other providers, Two Chairs takes time, human to human, to get to know exactly what clients need. Clients spend 45 minutes with a licensed expert trained extensively in matching people to the right therapist. They ensure nuanced needs and preferences are understood, and that goals align with our therapists' specialties. With over 170 therapists, nearly half of whom are BIPOC identifying, a quarter speaking another language, and delivering care in over 90 different specialties and 35 modalities, we are certain we can get clients the help they deserve. In addition to making sure we match clients with the right therapist, we check in regularly to help them reflect on different aspects of their mental health. Fluctuation is expected and normal, but we are committed to helping every client feel better faster. How do we know it's working? We measure! 80% of clients report symptom reduction in anxiety or depression in just 12 sessions! We offer support across our beautiful clinics in California and Washington, as well as through teletherapy.
Project Return Peer Support Network is a unique mental health nonprofit where staff utilize lived experience to support and serve others with mental health challenges. Project Return Peer Support Network’s diverse programs are on the cutting edge of peer provided services and are designed to support people at various places in their recovery process. They are person-centered, strengths-based and hope-inspired to ensure that people have a blanket of support that assists them in achieving a happier, more peaceful life

Project Return Peer Support Network

  • 2677 Zoe Ave - Suite 304, Huntington Park, California 90255, US