Find Therapists, Counselors and Psychologists in Chino, California

Find a therapist in Chino, California that meets your needs. Browse our comprehensive list of affordable and licensed therapists in Chino to find a professional specializing in counseling people with stress, anxiety, depression, relationship issues, grief and more.

Renee Bynum

Renee Bynum, LMFT

Welcome, and thank you for your time in learning more about me! My name is Renee Bynum and I am a licensed marriage and family therapist in the state of California. My counseling style is warm and interactive. I believe in treating everyone with respect, sensitivity, and compassion. My approach combines cognitive-behavioral, client-centered, mindfulness and solution-focused counseling. My clinical experience includes working with children, adolescents, adults, and families dealing with a variety of mental health issues Read More...
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  • Languages: English
  • Experience: 4 years


Dabney Worth

Dabney Worth, LCSW

I have been a clinical social worker for over 30 years working with individuals, couples and families dealing with a variety of life issues including depression, anxiety, grief, loss, life and health crisis, and life transitions. My approach is warm and gentle, yet insightful and to the point. I create an inviting atmosphere where my clients feel comfortable to delve deep to bring about peace of mind and profound change. My approach incorporates Read More...
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  • Languages: English
  • Experience: 32 years


Dr. Rebecca Gehlke

Dr. Rebecca Gehlke, PsyD, MA, LMFT

Welcome to BetterHelp and for taking the first step toward a better, healthier you! The process of finding a therapist can be overwhelming, so I would like to take this opportunity to tell you a little bit about myself. I grew up in an upper-middle class family in Southern California where I rode horses competitively as a pre-teen, but also spent the majority of my weekends playing volleyball at the beach. I went on to a prominent Read More...
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  • Languages: English
  • Experience: 18 years


Emily Vierra

Emily Vierra, LMFT

Welcome! My name is Emily Vierra and I'm a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist in California. Many of us experience difficulties at different points in our lives and need help to overcome these obstacles. It takes courage to ask for help and I commend you for reaching out. Many of us need a safe place to share our feelings and I am here to help you talk openly without judgment. I approach therapy with Read More...
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  • Languages: English
  • Experience: 13 years


Beth Deja

Beth Deja, LCSW

People come to therapy for a variety of reasons. Sometimes you are in crisis mode, and sometimes you just need someone to talk to for support. My goal is to help you manage distress, as well as help you determine where your issue comes from in the first place. Originally from Michigan, I gave up cold winters for the palm trees of sunny San Diego. I am empathetic, nonjudgmental, and authentic with a Read More...
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  • Languages: English
  • Experience: 10 years


Jasmynn Smith

Jasmynn Smith, MA, LMFT

I earned my M.A. in clinical psychology with a focus in marriage and family therapy from Pepperdine University in 2012. Since then, I have worked extensively with children, adolescents, and adults. Additionally, I have worked as a Residential Assistant in a group treatment home for women with Borderline Personality Disorder and emotion regulation issues. Currently, I work as a primary therapist at an outpatient group practice in the South Bay region of Los Angeles where Read More...
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  • Languages: English
  • Experience: 8 years


Lisa Rose

Lisa Rose, LMFT

I am glad that you are reaching out for help; that is the first step and shows a tremendous amount of strength and courage on your part. I am a licensed marriage and family therapist in the state of California with over 25 years of counseling experience. I have worked with clients with many different struggles including addiction, relational issues, depression, anxiety, empowerment and self-esteem issues. I use many different therapeutic Read More...
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  • Languages: English
  • Experience: 25 years


Dr. Ethan Bregman

Dr. Ethan Bregman, Ph.D.

My name is Dr. Ethan Bregman and as a clinical psychologist, I have counseled adults in many areas of life difficulties. I utilize several strategies including but not limited to Mindfulness, Acceptance Commitment Therapy, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Supportive Models and Brief Solution Focused. I work with individuals who struggle with depression and anxiety as well as adjustment to life circumstances and challenges. My counseling style is interactive and non-judgmental, utilizing empathy and Read More...
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  • Languages: English
  • Experience: 12 years


Sarah Franco

Sarah Franco, LCSW

Hi! I am a licensed clinical social worker who has been working in the field for over 15 years. I graduated from graduate school in 2008 and have been a licensed clinician for over 7 years. I also supervised clinicians while they were working toward licensure for 3 years, teaching and mentoring them on how to be competent and well-rounded clinicians. Thus, I have had to stay up-to-date on the newest therapy Read More...
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  • Languages: English
  • Experience: 11 years


Melissa Morais Parr

Melissa Morais Parr, LMFT

Hello, I am a Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist in the state of California and have an online therapy practice. I completed my Masters in Marriage and Family Therapy from Alliant International University in 2009. I have worked in various settings including outpatient, school-based, and residential, and have provided therapy to a diverse group of clientele on a wide-range of concerns. I specialize in providing therapy to individuals, teens, couples and families who are struggling with Read More...
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  • Languages: English
  • Experience: 10 years


nicole

Nicole Nemiroff , LMFT in CA, MA Clinical Psychology,

Hi, I am Nicole Nemiroff, MA LMFT. I help people on their path. I offer my clients my care, dignity, intellect, compassion, and experience. My practice uniquely infuses behavioral methods (to get you lived results) with mindfulness and creative inquiry. It is an honor to do this work and I pledge to use my power of psychotherapy to support healing, empowerment, and justice for humans, non-human beings and our Earth. I am here as a co-conspirator with people of color, indigen

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  • Languages: English. Limited French and Spanish
  • Experience: 10+ years

hilary gordon

Hilary Gordon , LCSW

My mission is to empower individuals in a time of crisis & assist them in personal growth and looking at new perspectives. I can provide a safe & nurturing virtual environment for anyone to open up & seek a better understanding of their feelings.

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  • Languages: English
  • Experience: 8 years

An Overview of Mental Health in Chino, California

Chino, California, borders the ritzy Chino Hills in San Bernardino County. Like most California towns, Chino sees year-round sunshine and nice temperatures that range from mid-60s to lower 70s in the winter months and mid-80s to 100s in the summer months. There is a lot to do in San Bernardino County, including shopping, hiking, biking, off-roading and so much more. For all intents and purposes, Chino seems like a great place to live.

In addition to an overall nice environment, Chino also has numbers in its favor. For instance, the median household income in Chino is $72,832. While that number is lower than what it has been, it’s still significantly higher than the median household income in California or the United States. The median property value is $365,500, a nearly five percent growth from recent years.

Like most California towns and cities, Chino has a fairly diverse population. 52.2 percent of residents are Hispanic, 25.7 percent are white and 11.7 percent are Asian. 42 percent of the people who live in Chino speak a non-English language, and 88.4 percent are U.S. citizens. All in all, Chino seems like a nice place to live, but the demographic information only paints a portion of the picture.

San Bernardino: Ranked 8th Worst Place to Live in California

Despite all it has going for it, San Bernardino county was ranked as the eighth worst place to live in California. The study took into consideration a number of factors, including but not limited to education, jobs, crime, poverty rates, home value, incomes, population density and work commutes.

Chino’s poverty rate is 12.2 percent and the county’s overall unemployment rate is 12.7 percent, which is three times higher than the state’s poverty rate. Though the median household income in Chino is significantly higher than nation’s median, the income per capita in Chino is $23,116 a year. This suggests that there is a huge discrepancy in wealth between Chino residents.

Wealth discrepancy and poverty can result in feelings of inadequacy, depression and suicide. It can also lead to high crime rates. In fact, San Bernardino’s homicide rate is 5.8 per 100,000 individuals. The violent crimes rate is 409.1 per 100,000 individuals.

Health Concerns in Chino

As such a diverse city, Chino sees a variety of health problems. For instance, the obesity rate in Chino is 27.9 percent, which is higher than the highest obesity prevalence value of any California county in 2017. The number of HIV diagnoses in San Bernardino county are 208.4 per 100,000 individuals. The number of chlamydia diagnoses are significantly higher, at 514.9 per 100,000 individuals. These types of health concerns can lead to greater health problems, such as depression, social anxiety, fear and other emotional disorders.

Alcohol and other drug (AOD) abuse is on the incline in San Bernardino County. In 2013/14, the admission rates for AOD-related complications rose by 10 percent. Admissions for methamphetamine addiction grew by 15 percent and the number of alcohol-involved incidences rose by 10 percent while the state as a whole saw a one percent decline.

There is a strong correlation between alcohol and drug abuse and mental illness. Moreover, alcohol and drug abuse can lead to poverty, which can cause a person to further spiral into depression and other drug-induced emotional issues.

Mental Health Resources in Chino

When compared against the nation’s mental illness rates, Chino ranks fairly high, with more than 11 percent of residents living with some sort of mental health condition. However, unlike many other counties throughout the nation, San Bernardino has several measures in place to help those afflicted receive the care they need to get better. It is a matter of finding that care that is the issue.

Oftentimes, when people are living with mental illness, they feel alone and don’t know where to turn for help. This is because there has long been a stigma around mental illness. Though that stigma is beginning to fade, people are still afraid to reach out for help. E-Counseling’s mental health directory provides a comprehensive list of mental health counselors in any given area. If you or a loved one lives with a mental condition for which you need help, find the compassionate and quality care you need and deserve via the directory.