• Treatment for Depression, Anxiety, Panic, Trauma 

  • Attention Deficit Disorder in Adults and Children  

  • Adults Abused as Children 

  • Co-Dependency 

  • LGBTQ+ Issues

  • Career and Life Coaching

  • Stress due to chronic illness 

  • Weight and Nutrition

  • Adolescent Counseling and group support

  • Marital Problems 

  • Psychological Testing for Children 

  • Spiritual Concerns 

  • Adult Children of Alcoholics 

  • Grief Counseling 

  • Anger Management

  • Divorce Recovery

  • EMDR

  • Support Groups for Adults


Click on pictures to find out more about each group

Women's Support Group for Adults Abused as Children: 

This group looks at the long term effects of sexual, physical and emotional abuse. 
Facilitator: Pat Grabianowski, MFT. VM X 114

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Continuing Recovery (Co-Dependency and Beyond): 

This group is for women who want to master the art of self care. 

Facilitator: Pat Grabianowski, MFT. VM X 114

Group for Adult Children of Alcoholics/


An interactive group for women who have experienced the effects of living in an alcoholic and /or dysfunctional family. Facilitator: Pat Grabianowski, MFT. VM X 114

Men and Connection: 

This group provides the opportunity for men to learn how to access and express themselves more effectively and reach deeper levels of understanding.

Facilitator: Terry Wilcox-Rittgers, MFT. VM X 123 

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Teen Themes Group

This group is an on-going, supportive group for teens aged 14-18 who want to learn tools to support better peer relationships, improve emotional regulation skills, and overcome challenges with identity, school, and/or mental health. The group consists of a structured check in, DBT/CBT, and communication skills practice, and group process time where group members explore unhelpful beliefs that contribute to their difficulties.

Facilitator: Zoe Gallespie

Co-ed support group: 
Having trouble making connections or feeling connected to others? The adult process group will help you develop better interpersonal skills and provide a place to feel connected with others who struggle in similar ways. $50 per session and possibility for sliding scale. 

Facilitator: Dino Kazos.   408-560-6681                                 

For more information or a first time appointment phone: 650-503-4357 or email us.

For all other inquiries

PHONE: (650) 363-0383

FAX: (650) 363-0436


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