Useful links

Please feel free to browse through the valuable mental health community resources that I strongly recommend

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A holistic healing center where I work from in Pasadena:

A holistic healing center where I work from in Pasadena:
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Center for Reflective Parenting

A parenting method that I am trained in and utilize, based on developing the capacity to empathically attune to our children’s emotions that are typically expressed through their behaviors, while setting firm boundaries and limits, and raising confident and happy children:
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Los Angeles County Perinatal Mental Health Task Force

Helpful information on issues and changes surrounding women during pregnancy and after child birth and about the LA County Perinatal Mental Health Task Force
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Postpartum Support International

Support and information on postpartum awareness and resources
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La Vie Counseling Center

A reduced cost psychotherapy center with trained and qualified Christian and spiritual counselors that view the patient holistically; mind, body and soul:
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Santa Anita Family Service

A reduced cost community clinic that has excellent psychotherapy for children, adolescents and families including groups and parenting classes
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Wright Institute Los Angeles

A reduced cost psychoanalytic therapy center in West LA with trained interns and post-doctoral fellows who are able to conduct long-term psychodynamic and psychoanalytic therapy; in other words, a gem!
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BHC ALHAMBRA HOSPITAL

A quality mental health inpatient hospital with outpatient and partial hospitalization services, for those moments in crisis when you or a loved one may need extensive help
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Mental / Behavioral Health

A crisis line to consult with mental health workers about oneself or a loved one who may be in danger of hurting him/herself or someone else. If the person is not violent, mental health workers will come out where the person is located to do an evaluation and recommendation and/or place on a 72 hour hold to be able to access necessary treatment against the person’s will:
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