Thursday, July 9, 2020

Low Cost Counseling from Coronado SAFE

Youth and Family Counseling

Coronado SAFE staff provides confidential Youth and Family Counseling programs and resources to support and guide struggling young people, and those who are raising them, through life’s most challenging circumstances, with the hope of helping them to resolve problems, restore relationships, and enjoy their lives to the fullest. Coronado SAFE provides several counseling/intervention services designed to raise awareness, educate, and increase coping skills related, but not limited to: Depression & Anxiety; Anger Management; Bullying/Being Bullied; Suicidal Ideation; Drug & Alcohol Use; and, Family Transitions. Youth and families have often been referred to SAFE by self, peers, parents, schools, law enforcement, or judicial systems. Our services are on a sliding scale based fee system.

Consultation, Information, and Referrals

Our staff provides a detailed screening process supporting intake, triage, and referral services for all youth and families requesting Counseling Services. This allows for coordination of care in-house or to appropriate referral sites.

One-On-One Youth Counseling and Family Support Services

Coronado SAFE Counselors typically see teens, pre-teens, and elementary aged students as young as kindergarten. We also strive to include parents, legal guardians, or even whole families in order to support the family unit. Our counselors have a wide range of skills and training in modalities such as cognitive behavioral therapy, motivational interviewing, emotionally-focused therapy, narrative therapy, and family systems therapy.

To schedule with a counselor, click HERE or call 619-478-4066 to set an appointment. 

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*Note: Coronado SAFE does not provide immediate crisis intervention services. If you or a family member need immediate assistance please call 911 or contact the National Suicide Prevention Line at 1-800-273-8255.

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