"I believe that my clients (children, too) already have great wisdom within, therefore, I use a client-centered approach to highlight and foster trust in th
"I offer strategies and tools for teens and adults experiencing anxiety, depression, self-harming behavior, and trauma. My highest aim as your therapist is
"My psychotherapy practice is specialized with adults, couples, older adults, and veterans. If you are experiencing discomfort and/or suffering from emot
"I have been fortunate to partner with adults who want to change the way they see themselves while deepening relationships with others. I am passionate abou
"I enjoy working with adults, but especially parents, who are too hard on themselves. Do you feel like you "should" be doing things better? Do you feel guil
"It takes a lot of bravery and courage to seek out help and guidance. Therapy is a powerful tool for change and growth. I partner with couples, individuals,
"I view each client as both an individual with unique interests and motivations and as a member of a family (present or past). I work to build a trusting re
"Are you tired of feeling overwhelmed, or stressed, or just not like yourself? Are you feeling frustrated in your relationships? Sometimes messages or exper
"I am an integrative, interactive and strengths-based psychotherapist who has been offering counseling services to families, parents, children and teens sin
"As a cognitive-behavioral and solution-focused therapist, my goal is to help children, teenagers and young adults unearth their real potential and lead liv
It’s normal to experience mental health issues and relationship problems. Talking to a licensed therapist can help. Therapy can teach you more about yourself and your mental health concerns in a healing way. Many therapies are evidence-based and have been proven effective.
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Lafayette is a city in Contra Costa County, California. It covers 15 square miles. People began settling in the Lafayette area in 1848. The city was incorporated in 1968.
Lafayette has 26,000 inhabitants. The population grew by 10% from 2010 to 2016. More than 1,000 military veterans live in the city. The ethnic composition of the population is 77% white, 9% Asian, 8% Hispanic, and 1% black.
Over 13% of the people in Lafayette are foreign-born. Fourteen percent of residents speak a foreign-language at home. The most common foreign languages in Lafayette are Spanish, Chinese, and Russian.
People who live in Lafayette earn an average annual salary of $76,700. The median household income is $143,000. Seventy-three percent of families in Lafayette own their home. Approximately 5% of residents live below the poverty line.
Substance abuse is a major concern in Contra Costa County. In 2009, 4,201 county residents were admitted to treatment facilities for substance abuse. Over one quarter of treatment-seekers were abusing methamphetamines. Alcohol and marijuana were also common reasons for admission.
Young people, white people, and males have high rates of binge drinking in Contra Costa County. In 2007, approximately 29% of adults reported binge drinking in the previous year. Eleven percent of adults in the county are smokers.