Remind Californians That Healthy Minds Matter
There are more than 200 classifications of mental health
disorders, and 1 in 5 Californians will experience some form
of a mental disorder during their lifetime. To mitigate
debilitating impact of mental illness, the California
Association of Marriage and Family Therapists (CAMFT)
reminds Californians to recognize any warning signs or
marked personality changes that may lead to serious
health conditions. Read More.
Therapists Offer Perspectives On The Trauma
Associated With Wildfires And Large Scale Disasters.
September is Disaster Preparedness Month
The wildfires raging in Napa shine a tragic light on the
importance of both disaster preparedness and the need
for mental health services in the wake of devastation.
Make sure you are prepared. Get the three steps to
disaster preparedness. It's never too early to take
action to create an emergency plan for yourself, your
family, your pets, and your community. Read More.
Court ruling affirms CAMFT's 2009
endorsement of marriage equality
and long-standing position against discrimination
on the basis of sexual orientation and/or marital
status. We recognize, support, and honor all
configurations of marriages and families. Read More.
CounselingCalifornia.com is an active electronic directory of
licensed mental health professionals that is user friendly and
aids the general
public in seeking professional assistance.
How to Choose a Therapist
The process of finding a therapist doesn't have to be anxiety
producing. Sharon Duffy, MA, LMFT, offers a list of items to
get the selection procession started in helping you reach
your therapeutic goals.