"Seeing the whole, unique person is the first objective my staff and I have in understanding what is happening with each person who comes to Treehouse Fami
"Relationships are big challenges. Who are we when we interact with those around us? Do we let others see us for who we really are? Can we see them? I speci
"I am a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist working in a private practice setting. Much of my work with clients is around supporting pre-teens, adolescen
"Hi. I'm Jennifer Davis, Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist. But you might also call me a counselor, a sounding board, a guide. I specialize in work w
"You may find that you have been having the same argument repeatedly, feeling stuck and hurt. Your relationship can change from the frustration of repeated
"I believe that the goal of psychotherapy is to promote insight and nurture change within an individual by exploring and resolving sources of dissatisfactio
"I believe in the human potential. We all have what is needed to have a happier and healthier life within us, but sometimes it is hidden deep down. The stre
"As your therapist, I do so much more than simply ask "And how does that make you feel?" My unique approach integrates mindfulness practices and somatic awa
"I offer my clients a collaborative, genuine, and warm style. I aim to help my clients develop self-awareness and nurture change using interventions tailore
"I believe that each person and situation is unique, my approach is to collaborate with my clients to understand their unique needs while providing support
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San Ramon is a city in Contra Costa County, California. It covers 18 square miles. The area was originally inhabited by the Seunen Indians. San Ramon was incorporated as a city in 1983.
San Ramon has a population of 76,000 people. The population grew by 6% from 2010 to 2017. Roughly 86% of city residents are United States citizens (compared to 93% of people across the nation).
The racial composition of San Ramon is 42% white, 42% Asian, 8% Hispanic, and 2% black. Over 34% of the population was born in a foreign country. Forty-three percent of residents have a native language that is not English. San Ramon is home to 6,400 Chinese speakers and 3,200 Hindi speakers.
People in San Ramon take home a mean annual salary of $53,700. The median household income is $134,200. The homeownership rate is 69%. Less than 4% of residents live in poverty.
Opioid abuse is a major issue in Contra Costa County. In 2015 and 2016, more than 100 county residents died from opioid overdoses. Over those two years, roughly 9,700 residents showed opioid dependence, and 54,000 residents misused opioids. The epidemic has moved the county to file a federal lawsuit against drug distributors.
Current estimates say among the 6,597 residents diagnosed with opioid use disorder, 3,562 lack access to treatment. County officials are concerned the lack of health resources may mean that the opioid epidemic continues for another decade.