Mental Health Services provides the community with free, bilingual, and holistic trauma-informed care programs through individual and group therapy. In addition, we are offering parent-child art therapy sessions.
The goal of this program is to empower the community by helping clients increase self-esteem, build confidence, and learn effective ways to manage stress and prevent the negative impact of toxic stress and trauma. This is achieved by providing clients and their families with the steppingstones to understand the impact of trauma, learn self-expression, reduce feelings of shame and guilt, and develop coping skills to deal with stress, anxiety, and depression.
Mental Health Services include:
- Short-Term 12-week individual therapy sessions utilizing a combination of talk therapy, art therapy and cognitive behavior therapy. (CBT)
- Long-Term 40-week individual therapy sessions utilizing a combination of talk therapy, Art Therapy, Psychodynamic Approaches, and CBT.
- Creating Connections and Community Virtual Therapy Group for 10 weeks with 8 to 10 participants (summer).
- Virtual Building Bridges of Hope Art Therapy Group for 12 weeks, with 8 to 10 participants (twice a year).
- Virtual 5-week workshops using art to build self-esteem and practice stress management. (ongoing)