"I utilize compassion and empathy as a central part of my work to help people feel safe and comfortable in exploring their feelings and initiating change. I
"I believe that everyone can improve themselves and their life. My role is to: Offer you a comfortable environment and the most effective approaches. Help
"My approach to helping starts with empathy and kindness. One of my favorite phrases that is a foundation for my practice is Unconditional Positive Regard.
"Life can be hard. When life challenges and demands come up, it is easy to feel overwhelmed, worried, tired or sad. Therapy is a space where you can break
"Being a Licensed Clinical Social Worker, I work from a place of strengths and relationships. I believe that the relationship between the counselor and clie
"I am passionate about providing therapy and my goal is to make therapy an enjoyable discovery experience for all. As every individual is unique, so is the
"I am honored to help you find meaning in your life. Psychotherapy provides opportunities to help you achieve more self-confidence, self-awareness, and pe
"We can all benefit from therapy and seeking therapy takes courage, bravery and the ability to be vulnerable. I offer a calm, safe, down-to-earth, and empat
"Whether you want to feel less alone, more joyful or productive, or would like help facing your addictions, I encourage you to contact me. I can help you t
"Therapy Partners work with children, adolescents, families, and adults at all different stages in their lives. We use an integrative model for the treatmen
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Walnut Creek is a city in Contra Costa County, California. It is situated in the San Ramon Valley at 131 feet above sea level. Once known as “The Corners,” the city was renamed “Walnut Creek” in 1862 after the abundance of walnut trees in the area. Walnut Creek has a land area of 20 square miles and was incorporated in 1914.
Walnut Creek has roughly 70,000 inhabitants. From 2010 to 2016, the number of residents increased by 8%. Around 4,800 military veterans live in the city. The ethnic composition of the Walnut Creek population is 71% white, 14% Asian, 9% Hispanic, and 2% black.
Twenty-two percent of Walnut Creek residents are foreign-born. Almost 25% of people in the city speak a foreign language at home. The most common foreign languages in Walnut Creek are Spanish, Chinese, and Russian. The city is home to roughly 1,500 Persian speakers.
The median age in Walnut Creek is 48. Residents earn an average annual salary of $53,800. The median household income is $82,800. Approximately 7% of residents in Walnut Creek live in poverty.
The homeless population in the eastern section of Contra Costa County increased by 33% from 2015 to 2016. In 2017, the Walnut Creek city council made arrangements for a two-person Coordinated Outreach, Referral, and Engagement (CORE) team to assist homeless people in the city. CORE teams work under the supervision of the Contra Costa Health Services. The outreach workers explore creek banks and freeway overpasses to find homeless individuals who need assistance.
In addition to walking the streets, the CORE team also visits homeless camps and shelters. It connects homeless individuals with local resources for mental health counseling, substance abuse treatment, medical care, and other services.