Thank you volunteers!
On April 30th, SCCC held its 50th Anniversary Gala: Zero to Fifty... and onward at the Peterson Automotive Museum. By all measures the event was an incredible success! With the support of 50+ volunteers, SCCC was able to raise more than $230,000!
A huge THANK YOU to our generous donors! Your contributions enable SCCC to continue pursuing its mission: to change lives and strengthen communities by providing affordable mental health care to people in need. YOU are changing lives.
Also, a very special THANK YOU to the volunteers who made the night possible - we couldn't have have done it without you!
The Southern California Counseling Center offers a unique 10-week parenting class called Best Practice Parenting. In this post, one of the facilitators describes her experience with the program and why it is meaningful to her.
Best Practice Parenting
By Maria Berbeo, SCCC Counselor and Best Practice Parenting facilitator
Having come from a childhood of abuse, divorced parents, and six other siblings, when I had my daughter, and on top of it all, being a single parent, I knew it would take effort to feel comfortable with my parenting skills. I found myself questioning and judging myself a lot.
I found the most meaningful ...
Robert Mendelsohn, Clinical Director at SCCC, attended a training session lead by Lee Mun Wah at the yearly conference of the California Association of Marriage and Family Therapists in Los Angeles. He shares his experience below.
An internationally known psychotherapist, filmmaker (‘Color of Fear,’ ‘If These Halls Could Talk’) and diversity instructor, Lee Mun Wah led a training at the yearly conference of the California Association of Marriage and Family Therapists in Los Angeles this week. The theme: meeting each other in personal conversations about race, gender, age and other issues of difference. The purpose: he ...