Therapy Psychotherapy is a series of confidential meetings with a fully trained professional. The therapist assists in the exploration of issues and conflicts and in the healing of wounds that limit our ability to thrive and be the person we want to be.
Therapy can help children, teens, and adults experiencing any of the following:
Marriage and family problems Work problems Stress Anxiety Panic Anger Alcohol or chemical dependency Depression Coping with loss or grief Emotional, physical, or sexual abuse Eating disorders Low Self-Esteem ADD/ADHD Phobias
B.E.A.M.S. Behavior Education And Management Services to families of developmentally challenged children. For more information on this program, go here or contact us at (909) 985-0513.
Assessment Testing Psychological testing for diagnosis. Psychological and career assessments for candidates for ordained ministry. Psychological and career assessments for employment candidates.
Classes Parenting Classes
The Samaritan Counseling Center is supported largely through client fees and some approved health plans. Reduced fees are available based on family size and income.