"I enjoy working with children, teens, individual adults, and couples! Are you struggling in your marriage to feel that emotional and physical connection yo
"Are you experiencing emotional pain, discomfort, or are currently facing a huge life challenge? Are anxiety, depression or parenting concerns weighing you
"I am not in the business of "fixing" anyone; mainly because I don't see folks as broken. On the contrary, I believe that we all naturally journey toward he
"Are You Struggling With Medical Issues/ Chronic Pain? Health issues can chip away at you. They can drain away at your strength and resilience. Long stan
"My style is very interactive, engaged, and open. I work together with couples to understand the places where they are stuck in their relationships. Once
"I get deep satisfaction from unearthing the hidden potential of my clients and witnessing individuals, couples, and families launch into a more healthy and
"Good therapy involves having a positive connection of mutual authenticity, respect and trust with your therapist. Listening and exploring with a warm, ca
"I understand that all people have wisdom and goodness inside of them. Seeds of joy, peace, wisdom, and love all lie inside each human being. I see my role
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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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The city of San Mateo is in San Mateo County, California. It covers almost 15 square miles and has a Mediterranean climate. The city was incorporated in 1894.
San Mateo has a population of 104,000 people. From 2010 to 2016, the population grew by 7%. Thirty-four percent of all residents in San Mateo are foreign-born. Forty-five percent of residents speak a foreign language at home.
More than 88% of residents who are 25 years or older have completed their high school education. Forty-eight percent of residents in this age group have earned a bachelor’s degree or higher. People in San Mateo earn an average annual wage of $49,200 and have a median household income of $95,700. Roughly 8% of residents in San Mateo live below the poverty line.
The San Mateo County Mental Health Assessment and Referral Team (SMART) was established in 2005 to assist residents who experience a psychological crisis. Paramedics in the SMART program are trained to assess mental health situations, interview family members, and contact an individual’s therapist. The program provides a SMART SUV rather than an ambulance. The SUV can transport individuals with mental health issues to a shelter, a treatment center, a therapist’s office, or their own homes. The SMART program is viewed as a cost-effective way to care for residents with mental health issues and to reduce overcrowding in hospital emergency rooms.