Our journey started in 2017 with all of us coming together from a pre-existing friendship by way of college and/or within our careers. With the common goal of guiding individuals and strengthening our community, we each bring a set of skills and our own niche to the group. The prevailing theme among us, well besides our humor, is our commitment to bettering the lives of others. We are a diverse group of strong-willed women who continue to work diligently to promote mental wellness within individuals, to include adults, children, couples, and families. We are so excited to work with you and welcome you as part of our Practice family!
To improve the mental health and well-being of the community we serve by delivering quality services that enhance the lives of those who entrust us with their care.
We commit to work collaboratively with the community to provide holistic and culturally competent services, as a means to promote mental health wellness.
Integrity: Embracing the highest standards of behavior and promoting honesty, responsibility, trustworthiness, and fairness in all relationships.
Accountability: Holding everyone at The Practice Counseling Services responsible for the safety, security, and well-being of the clients entrusted to our care.
Collaboration: Working together with community partners to ensure continuity of care and ethical practices on behalf of our clients.
Quality Care: Providing care that is ethical, restorative and enhancing the well-being of our clients.
Compassion: Providing services with empathy, dignity and kindness.
All four of our trained clinicians are able to provide the following services. Two of our clinicians are bilingual and are able to provide Spanish-speaking services to monolingual and bilingual clients.
A form of psychotherapy, in which clients work one-on-one with a trained therapist in a safe, caring, and confidential environment to explore their feelings, beliefs, or behaviors.
A form of psychotherapy that emphasizes improved relationship skills and conflict resolution. Sessions involve both partners; however, the therapist may also wish to see each person separately as well.
A form of psychotherapy in which a group of individuals with common needs/goals meet to discuss their problems together under the supervision of a therapist.
A form of psychotherapy that seeks to reduce distress and conflict by improving the systems of interactions between family members.
Please complete the forms, print out and bring to your first appointment. If you have any questions, please contact the clinician you have an appointment scheduled with or the main number and a clinician will return your call.
Please note this page is for appointment inquiries only, if you are experiencing a psychiatric emergency please contact Solano County Crisis at 707-428-1131 or go to the nearest emergency room.