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LICENSED CLINICAL SOCIAL WORKERS (LCSW)

Adams-Best, Ola LCSW             License No. LCS 26535
Redefining You Therapy

3105 1st Ave. Suite A
Sacramento, CA 95817

Phone: (916) 956-6232, Fax (916) 476-3464

Email: info@redefiningyoutherapy.com
Web address: www.RedefiningYouTherapy.com

Office Hours: Tuesday – Thursday 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm,
                      Saturday 9:00 am – 1:00 pm

SPECIALTY:

Provides culturally diverse psychotherapy for individuals and families experiencing trauma, depression, anxiety, anger management and life coaching, utilizing a cognitive behavioral therapeutic approach. Practice offers culturally competent trauma work with military personnel and family members. Supervised Visitation and Safe Exchange services are also available.

AFFILIATED WITH:

American Academy of Experts in Traumatic Stress Beacon / Value Options

Magellan

Magellan EAP

Military One Source Sac County CPS
Value Options EAP

 

Referrals from The Soldier’s Project and California Victims Compensation

$85.00-110.00/hr
Sliding Scale Offered


 

Best, Peter W. ACSW                License No. 72993
Certified Anger Management Facilitator (CAMF)
Redefining You Therapy

3105 1st Ave. Suite A
Sacramento, CA 95817

(916) 216-1166 , Fax (916) 476-3464

Email: info@redefiningyoutherapy.com
Web address: www.RedefiningYouTherapy.com

Office Hours: Tuesday – Thursday 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm,
                      Saturday 9:00 am – 1:00 pm

SPECIALTY:

Provides group and individual psychotherapy utilizing Cognitive and Dialectical Behavioral Therapy approaches. Facilitates individual and group anger management classes. The practice offers genuine concern and sensitivity to those of diverse backgrounds. Supervised Visitation and Safe Exchange services are also available.

AFFILIATED WITH:

American Academy of Experts in Traumatic Stress Beacon / Value Options

Sac County Family Court

 

Contracted with Sacramento County CPS for short-term counseling and anger management

$50.00-75.00/hr
Sliding Scale Offered


 

Caldwell, Reggie MSW                  License No. LCS 195085

2609 Capitol Ave., Suite 4
Sacramento, CA 95816

Phone: (916) 600-9419

Office Hours: Monday through Thursday evenings

SPECIALTY:

Provides culturally diverse psychotherapy services for adults, adolescents and couples. Provides treatment for relationship issues, multi-cultural issues, HIV/AIDS, grief, gay and lesbian issues and sexual abuse of adults and children. Also mood disorders, anxiety, depression, posttraumatic stress disorder and panic attacks.

AFFILIATED WITH:

Aetna Blue Shield of CA
Magellan Managed Health Network
Tri Care

Sliding Scale Offered


 

Love, Rhonda MSW, FSICPP                  License No. LCS 13686

3650 Auburn Blvd., Suite A-200
Sacramento, CA 95821

Phone: (916) 688-8647

Office Hours: Monday 6:00 P.M. to 8 P.M.,
Saturday 10:00 A.M to 7:00 P.M.

SPECIALTY:

Provides culturally diverse psychotherapy for families, children and individuals. Specializing in forensic issues (victim and perpetrators of violence) and substance abuse.

AFFILIATED WITH:

Placer County System of Care Sacramento Access Team
Terkensha Associates Victim of Crime Program

Sliding Scale Offered


 

Tanner, Kevin MSW                   License No. LCS 29267

3105 1st Avenue. Suite A
Sacramento, CA 95817

Phone: (916) 549-7802
Email: Ktanner3@msn.com

Office Hours: Monday- Thursday 5:30pm – 8:00 pm
                     Saturday 9:00am – 2:00pm

SPECIALTY:

Provides culturally diverse psychotherapy and counseling service to individuals, couples, groups, and families. Works with clients experiencing PTSD, depression, anger issues, conflict resolution, domestic violence issues, anxiety, grief & loss, trauma & abuse. Ongoing work with African-American men and boys (aged 8-18) focusing on untreated mental health issues, academic performance, and ADHD. Practice also provides treatment to service veterans experiencing complications related to PTSD. Supervised visitation and safe exchange services are also available.

AFFILIATED WITH:

Aetna

Medi-Cal

Molina Health Care

Victims Compensation

Contracted with Sacramento County CPS providing short term counseling, domestic violence and anger management counseling.

Sliding Scale Offered


 

Thompson, Alondra MSW                   License No. LCS 21460

2716 X Street
Sacramento, CA 95818

Phone: (916) 470-8260

Office Hours: Monday 12:00 to 6:00 p.m.

SPECIALTY:

Providing culturally diverse psychotherapy services for couples, families, children and individuals addressing anxiety, unexpected birth outcomes, grief issues following the loss of an infant and pre/postpartum depression. In addition, offering workshops for parents, childcare provider and consultations.

AFFILIATED WITH:

Aetna Alta California Regional Center
Blue Cross Blue Shield
Sutter EAP United Behavioral Health

Sliding Scale Offered


 

Wilder, Jean MSW                   License No. LCS 26215

3650 Auburn Blvd., Suite A-200
Sacramento, CA 95821

Phone: Office (916) 203-5334; Fax (916) 344-2390

Office Hours: Thursday 1:00 pm – 6:00 pm

SPECIALTY:

Provides culturally diverse psychotherapy for individuals, adults, couples, families and groups. Specializing in chemical dependency, grief and loss issues.

Sliding Scale Offered


Clinical social work is the application of theoretical knowledge of personality development and human behavior through the use of distinctive skills to assess, diagnose and treat mental disorders and maladaptive behaviors.
Licensed Clinical Social Workers have completed a two-year graduate program in Social Work that includes a two-year internship in an agency setting. After an additional two years of post degree work experience, under the supervision of a licensed clinician, the individual is eligible to take a state licensing examination administrated by the California Board of Behavioral Science Examiners. This license, L.C.S.W., allows the clinical social worker to deliver direct clinical social work services as an independent practitioner without the need for supervision.

Board Certified Diplomat (B.C.D.), the highest professional credential, is attained by examination through the National Association of Social Workers or the American Board of Examiners in Clinical Social Work.

Clinicians provide intervention for the treatment of mental health disorders, maladaptive functioning and crisis/stress management. Practice specialization can include clinical services to children, adolescents, adults, families and couples. Practice methods commonly used are individual psychotherapy, group therapy, couples and family therapy as well as parent-child issues.