Community Counseling Services
Outpatient Mental Health Services
Description and Services:
Community Counseling Services offers therapy for issues such as anxiety, depression, mood disorders, co-occurring mental health diagnosis and substance abuse, trauma, relationship challenges, sexual issues, grief and loss, court required individual therapy, problems at work, parenting challenges, anger management issues, and life transitions.
Our treatment team includes a licensed professional psychologist, registered interns (Board of Psychology), pre-doctoral interns, and interns completing their graduate education in psychology. Catholic Charities’ staff has extensive experience serving a wide range of needs.
- Sensitive therapy for people of any or no faith tradition
- Individual counseling for mental health, and co-occurring disorders
- Couples, marriage, and family counseling
- Therapy for children and adolescents
- Mental Health related lectures
- Sliding scale fees to suit most budgets
- Services covered by Medicare, Blue Cross and Santa Clara Valley Health Plan
- Community Programs
Our counselors serve clients with a wide range of clinical needs including: anxiety, depression, mood disorders, addiction, post traumatic stress, severe mental illness, substance abuse, co-occurring disorders, and court mandated individual therapy. We also serve clients with more common life adjustment challenges including: job transitions, retirement, divorce, relationship difficulties, and mid-life crises. Appointments are available from twice weekly to once a month.
Therapy for Children & Adolescents
We work with children and adolescents to increase their self-esteem and confidence in order to decrease or better cope with mental health symptoms. We work to improve their chances to have successful relationships at school, with peers, and with family members. For children's counseling we can accept Healthy Families insurance.
We emphasize a non-blaming therapy approach that facilitates each member of the couple to be the person they want to be in a relationship; to decrease conflict and increase positive communication; to get their needs met; and to adjust to the normal opportunities and challenges posed by long term relationships.
We provide psychological assessments for immigration proceedings in English and Spanish. Assessments may be required to indicate to the court the potential mental health impact on family members separated from an individual seeking to legally live in the United States.