Woodland, California Therapists

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Santa Rosa, California

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There is nothing more endlessly interesting to me than humans. I’ve studied them my whole life and have a natural affinity that makes this work as a psychotherapist an integral part of my existence. In this work I find a deep empathy for the...
Kathleen Stutz
MA, LMFT
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Fairfield, California

I work with a wide range of emotional and behavioral issues providing services that span from therapy for depression, anxiety, and grief counseling to parenting support, couples counseling and beyond. I provide services to individuals, families,...
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Roseville, California

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Terryann’s interest in eating disorders began early in graduate school and continued after interning at a private practice specializing in psychological assessments for bariatric surgery. In 2006 she completed the JFKU Eating Disorder Certificate...
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I am a licensed Clinical Social Worker in California. I have over 20 years of experience working within Child Welfare, Adoptions, and Mental Health.
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Santa Rosa, California

33 years experience in Sonoma County.
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Davis, California

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I have had a State Licensed Private Practice for 27 years. Many of my concentrations are listed above. In addition I work a lot with Anger Mgt. , family reunification, communication, executive functioning , corperate coaching for executives and...
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Walnut Creek, California

I encourage growth in my clients by helping to increase their awareness of how behaviors and thought patterns affect their identity, relationships, and overall sense of well being. I view the therapeutic process as one of compassionate collaboration...
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Stockton, California

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My name is Iyabo Adediran and I am a Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor (LPCC) in the state of California. I have worked in various capacities in the mental health field for over 16 years and have spent the last 8 years of my career providing...
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California, Texas

Hello! My name is Sonia Trefflich. I’m a Bilingual Spanish speaking, Licensed Clinical Social Worker. My passion is working with others, especially those who feel damaged and stuck with their pain from past experiences. Furthermore, I have worked...
Eve Austin
MA, LMFT
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Folsom, California

Eve Austin is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist (LMFT #108022). Before beginning her journey as a counselor, she enjoyed 20 years living overseas with her family. During that time, she was a mom, missionary, educator and entrepreneur.  She...
Dooba Eibensteiner
Pastoral Counselor
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Woodland, California

Personal, practical, Biblical counsel for Christians and non-Christians. I provide a safe, therapeutic environment where you can come as you are. My deepest desire, as a pastor, is to see people walking in step with God's desire for their life. I...
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Brentwood, California

Kristin M. Palmer is a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist specializing in Emotionally Focused Therapy for individuals, couples and familys.  As a graduate of Phillips Graduate Institute, and with over 15 years experience, she...
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Therapy is an unfolding of where you are in your life, how you see or understand yourself and what your needs are. The outcome pf therapy is usually greater self-knowledge, a re-integration of de-pressed thoughts, emotions, and beliefs and a new...

An Overview of Mental Health in Woodland, California

Woodland, California is a suburb of Sacramento in Yolo County. Of Woodland residents, 14.21 percent are not U.S. citizens. The city of Woodland has plenty of small-town charm. Many large, historic homes grace its streets, and the community is vibrant and active.

Woodland can be proud of its community compassion and concern for underprivileged citizens. A large number of homeless residents live in abandoned or unsafe buildings or sleep unsheltered outdoors. The city government is taking steps to address the issue and divert funds to create permanent housing for those who have nowhere to live. Many of these citizens suffer from psychiatric conditions and severe mental illness.

To assess the need for help, the Yolo County Homeless and Poverty Action Coalition perform an annual count of homeless individuals on a single night in unacceptable, unsafe buildings or living unsheltered in the county. The count qualifies the county to receive Housing and Urban Development assistance.

Demographics for Woodland Residents

The city’s population is around 60,012 according to the recent United States census. The largest ethnic group is White at 70.0 percent (30.0 percent white Hispanic included). The next largest group is Asian at 12.2 percent, Black at 1.9 percent, Native Americans at 0.9 percent, and those who identify as Mixed at 3.6 percent. 55.4 percent speak English, followed by Spanish at 36.4 percent. Indo-European languages represent 4.1 percent while Asian languages are at 4.0 percent.

Education attainment for residents is relatively low for the United States. Of those attending high school, 9.96 percent did not complete 9th grade, 9.82 percent participated in some high school; 23.35 percent graduated. 21.95 percent of Woodland citizens attended some college. 7.59 percent achieved Associates Degrees. 15.48 percent completed requirements for a Bachelors Degree. Those who pursued higher education accounted for 9.85 percent.

Poverty, Crime and Divorce Rates

The race most likely to live below the poverty line in Woodland is Black at 48.49 percent, followed by Pacific Islander at 23.94 percent, those who identify as Other at 16.98 percent, then Mixed at 15.44 percent and Native American at 12.08 percent.  The race least likely to suffer poverty is White at 8.67 percent below the poverty line.

The highest percentage of divorced residents by race identifies as Mixed at 16.0 percent with 2.6 percent separated, followed by White at 24.5 percent divorced and 3.8 percent separated. Native Americans represented 13.2 percent divorced with 1.2 percent separated. Hispanic divorce rate was 8.1 percent with 2.6 separated. Asian divorce rate was low at 4.6 percent with 1.6 separated, the lowest divorce rate was for Hawaiian at 3.2 percent and none separated.

Woodland is 87 percent less safe than U.S. cities. 1 in 32 people living in Woodland are likely to be a victim of a property crime, while 1 in 321 residents may be victims of a violent crime, including robbery, with assault accounting for the highest number of these crimes. Crime rates can worsen because of mental illness.

Challenges to Mental Health Improvement

Many members of Yolo County suffer from psychiatric difficulties, incarcerations and homelessness due to mental illness. The County has developed programs to reduce the number of psychiatric hospitalizations and improve quality of life by the chance to take interesting classes and other programs for meaningful activity. The county’s department of mental health provides funding; voters approved a proposition to offer more financial help for the Mental Health Services Act.

Referred to as “Laura’s Law,” Yolo County provides court assisted outpatient treatment called AOT for those who cannot live safely alone without supervision and treatment. Many individuals with severe mental illness willingly take part in the service. Laura’s Law is California’s adaptation of a highly successful New York program called Kendra’s Law, used to help those who have severe bipolar disorder or live with untreated schizophrenia

As of year-end in 2018, California is an official Mental Health Care Professional Shortage Area, with about 70 percent of its total mental health care needs unmet. To remove the designation, California needs 433 new mental health practitioners.

Woodland Mental Health Treatment Is Available

E-Counseling’s directory brings those who need mental health treatment together with certified, experienced providers. Woodland residents who desire successful treatment for themselves or their loved ones will find an opportunity for life enrichment with E-Counseling.